Short excerpt from SCIENCE, GOD and YOU– The Ancient Theory of Almost everything

                                 By Jim Gleeson, coming this December





      Can you envision a university devoted to unlearning?– science departments assisting students neglect what they’ve all been taught about the planet a political science college intent on wiping young minds of all remembrance of political concepts probably a liberal arts division in a position to erase from believed all connection to each the liberal and the conservative. This sounds strange, even to me, but let me inform you a story as an instance of what I am acquiring at:

      You are attending your initial class at Accurate U and the instructor calls on you from the class of fifty to “volunteer.” You want to impress your new close friends so you stand and come forward. The instructor asks your name. You say, “Kelly.”

      “Kelly,” says the instructor, as you stand facing the class. “Let me ask you to envision a thick cloud all about your head and physique.” The class chuckles. “That shouldn’t be really hard,” a person says.

      “Close your eyes, Kelly, and envision that each and every thought, memory, believed, belief—anything you have noticed, knowledgeable, or been taught is spinning in a cloud about you. Your entire life is there all about you. The cloud is so thick and the noise so loud you cannot see or hear something else. All you can do is barely hang on to the most existing input—your instructor tormenting you in front of your peers!”

      The class laughs and Kelly shrugs and the instructor signals for quiet.

      “Your complete practical experience of life,” the instructor says, “is noticed via this cloud, or as the Bible says, ‘through a glass darkly.”


      “Now, I want you, Kelly to envision that now–” He moves toward Kelly with his arms open, “If you will let me, I will lift this complete cloud such as what you are experiencing now, up and off from about you.” He lifts the invisible cloud from more than Kelly’s head. “I’m going to spot it more than right here in the corner.” He moves to the corner with the cloud, locations it meticulously on the floor and returns to Kelly.

      “Now, Kelly, what are you without the need of that cloud?”

      Kelly smiles a bemused smile and offers an practically imperceptible shrug.

      “Kelly, you are the Accurate YOU!—Y. O. U. The cloud wasn’t you any far more than the clouds about your classmates are them.” He turns and smiles at the class. The instructor backs up and speaks more than Kelly’s shoulder, but so the class can hear, “you are now absolutely free to see the planet as it definitely is! In reality, your only difficulty is that no 1 can lift the cloud from about you—not even Accurate University. We can assistance but you have to do the heavy lifting oneself. It is what we right here at Accurate U get in touch with ‘homework.’”


      Our education method prepares the young for a short-term spot in a short-term planet mainly because it is all the planet knows. We make think we are right here for no other explanation than to “make our parents proud,” or “build a much better mousetrap,” or even “put a dent in planet hunger.” What if the Toltecs have been right—we’re every in our personal version of The Truman Show. But due to the fact we’re all in 1 big “The Human Show,” no 1 notices.

     We’ve all heard or even thought—isn’t it strange that science fiction normally appears to develop into science reality? It is also strange that the far more instantaneous and pervasive human communication becomes, the quicker human “reality” modifications. With science now telling us that our collective consciousness causes our planet, it is no wonder we have been suspicious of this for lots of years. It is Accurate, but how does it relate to YOU?

      How do you lift the cloud from about your consciousness? Accurate University does not definitely exist, but you do not have to have it. You have to have a mustard seed.


                                                                                                                              Jim Gleeson 2016


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