The invisible college

What a Group of Scientists Has Discovered about UFO Influence on the Human Race 

When I first read Jung’s Flying Saucers – A modern myth of things seen in the skies, I didn’t quite get it. Maybe it’s because this was the last book Jung ever published, which means he had a whole life behind him to write about. Maybe I’m just slow. But I came back to that book at least three or four more times, because the main idea was quite intriguing: UFOs were perhaps not visitors from space, but they were related more to our own minds than to extra-terrestrial beings. It would explain their law-breaking movement patterns, it would explain the fact that some of them contain little grey creatures with big eyes that hurt people, while others are piloted by blonde tall european-looking humanoids which come to preach the need for peace and universal love. I never understood why the reports were so diverse. If there was only one UFO race, how come they looked so different? I looked around me on earth and I found only skin-deep differences between human races. If more than one gallactic race had advanced to the point of faster-than-light travel, it was extremely unlikely that any other race had also developed at the same time. If we as humans continue this rate of technological advancement, I am sure in less than 10,000 years we will be traveling to distant stars. Ok, let’s make it 100,000 years. I’m pretty sure in 100,000 years we will have the means to visit other galaxies. Or, we simply won’t be here.

You know what? I just did some basic wikipedia reading and it turns out we started our ape adventure around 20 million years ago. That’s when the Hominids began to develop into a separate group apart from the other monkeys. So it has taken us 20 million years to arrive here! What an incredibly long period of time, at least from my limited understanding. I remember a book I had when I was a kid, a hard-cover with a lot of illustrations from all animal species in the history of life on earth, from small worms and frogs, to

But I’m digressing. I wanted to say, when I first read Jung’s book, I didn’t get all the details but the main conception began to develop in my head. Aliens were not space visitors, and they had more in common with for example the virgin Mary sightings or even the many entities that people like E.A. Koetting claims to be in contact with. Do you know Koetting? He’s quite an interesting occultist. Give it a try.

So if UFOs are not space visitors, what exactl are they? From Jung’s book I remember talk about circles, symbols and archetypes. About absurdity, and high strangeness. Half the time, people say the aliens are good. The other half, they see the aliens are evil. Some of them claim to have been taken to Ganimedes, or to Mars, or even just around the corner, to the dark side of the moon. “They have bases all over the moon!” we were told on many an occasion. “On 2012 you shall see them!” But it never happened. They never revealed themselves, and the experiences kept being just as absurd.

What if, then, the absurd was just part of the whole thing? What if they were not trying to hurt us, not trying to save us, but simply trying to confuse us? In this book, The Invisible College, the idea is presented that the phenomenon of UFO sightings is a system of control, a way of changing our mind, but unlike other forms of control. We are not talking about change taking place across the span of a few generations. We are talking about change that is planned and prepared for in advance, perhaps thousands or tens of thousands of years before it actually begins to manifest.

Let me first talk about the contents of this book. Beginning with the introductory point of the UFO experience as a psychic component, the volume presents many witness reports describing the disparate type of details reported by people who claim to have seen UFOs (from just lights in the sky to full-blown abduction stories with all kind of cavity searches). This disparity of reports can be caused, it argues, by a psychological/psychic component. The high level of absurdity found in some reports makes them seem more like dreams or hallucinations than actual encounters with intelligence, developed rationales. In cases such as the sightings of Fatima or Lourdes, people were told to behave in many strange ways, some being told to eat grass, or to wash their faces on springs that were not real. And I remember also the strange reports from the The Mothman Prophecies, where people claimed to have been visited by odd-looking tall men who talked and behaved completely out-of-place, using old archaic words and overly trying to fit-in, as if they were not really humans but had rehearsed how to be human and were just trying to pass for natives of this earth.

If this is then a Psychic phenomenon, science can’t do much to help us reveal its origins and purpose. In fact, science is only going to get in the way. If the objective of the UFO experience is really to confuse us, we are only going to be able to gather contradictory data, reports that are incomplete, that get destroyed, that defy all logic and are considered ridiculous by most people. The truth hides itself behind the absurd and the unbelievable. Perhaps because it seeks to create a sort of trance in humans, a state of mind unlike any other, a state of high-influentiability that allowed the thing to plant deeper roots into our mind. Isn’t it under hypnotic trance when people are the most easily influentiable? Every time I say “chicken” you will start clucking like a chicken. And the suggestion is planted, the patient is awaken, and no sooner he hears a chicken sound he starts clucking like one. So, perhaps it’s this line between our ego, our “I know” and the world of the strange, the place where the ufo experience has encountered a suitable ground to develop.

To develop, what exactly?

〜 to be continued

Work in progress: Myth and Reality

But, what is myth? Not just fiction, myth explains the origin of an idea or a physical element. Where do chickens come from. Why does the sun rise in the morning. Where do people go when they die. They explain the creation of a reality. The people that appear in myths are usually supernatural. Because only from the outside world can this one come into being. Or at least, it is of utmost importance because it took place in a very distant far time, a time which is before time.

It proves itself truthful because of the reality we experience. The myth about the origin of the swan’s black beak is true because well, look at the swan! What color is its beak? Where did black color come from? Pigments in bone? What are bird’s beaks made of? *pauses to check wikipedia* Oh, it’s a bone structure covered in hard keratinized epidermis. So a bone with skin. I see. Also, swans don’t have black beaks. It’s their faces that are black. Hell, I fed swans for two months when I was in Scotland and I already forgot about the swans!

Myths explain why you do things. Why do you have to arrange your house in this or that way. Why you don’t plant tomatos during july. Just an example. But why? Because of myth. And myth is so valuable as part of your culture, that you believe in it.

Myths are not fables: the fable of the fox and the grape vine is not real, and it is clearly so. Animals don’t speak, and foxes probably don’t eat grapes. Do they? wikipedia…yes, they do. But they are not very healthy for them apparently.

In some cultures, myths are kept away from the ears of the profane. Fables can be told to children and women. Myths, however, are kept for the religious castes. Today, our myths are called history, but our histories share much with the myths. They explain why we are here, why we do what we do, and we believe in them regardless of the evidence to believe in them (sometimes, familiarity replaces evidence. We believe the earth is round because entities familiar to us also affirm this).

In some cultures , myth is not just knowledge, but rather it gives the knower the power over the thing or creature that the myth is about. The myth of the creation of fire grants the power to start a fire. Hunters who know the mythical origin of the animal they are hunting are expected to be more successful than others who don’t. The people that know the legend about the origin of a healing herb are the only ones that can use to heal.

Magic and prestige of origins

Myths resemble cosmogonies on a smaller scale. They detail the change in the world, which happened in a time and a place that was not ours. Change consequence of each we have what we have today. Since they have a similar origin storyline, sometimes they begin detailing the cosmogony that surrounds the story. How was the universe created, how was the earth created, the animals, the humans, and all the way down to actual kings and families that inhabit the earth. It’s not infrequent to have long genealogies included as the opening.

How to consecrate a book

I share here these notes of mine that I don’t remember now if I got from listening a podcast or watching a youtube video, but I’m doing some housekeeping and the notebook has to be thrown away. I think they are useful and I want to keep them and share them for other people.

Books are repositories of ideas. Maybe they are even alive! Who knows. I have heard of people mentioning that certain books have spirits that you can actually invoke and chat with. For example I remember reading somebody online claiming that the spirit that inhabited the New Avatar Power books had told them that the power it contained was no longer usable, and that it was no longer as effective as it was 20 or 30 years ago. If attention is power, perhaps when the books are known the most, that is when their spells are the most effective, or their knowledge is the most wise.

Here is what my notes say about preparing to read a book. Again, not my original ideas.

  1. Have the author’s name and author’s title printed each on one page, with no other text apart from the names. Stare at them for a little while. What do you think the person looks like? What is his character? Read the author’s name out loud and imagine what they put in the book. What does the title tell you about the content?
  2. Peruse the table of content carefully and slowly. Go from the top to bottom. Absorb the headlines and the basic structure of the book. How do you want to feel at the end?
  3. Feel like the knowledge is food. You have seen the table of contents, now you need to feel hungry for the words. Gaze at the title again, imagine it shining like a sigil. Trace it in the air.
  4. Visualize yourself sitting (or standing, or lying down) reading the book and absorbing the hidden meanings, what hides between the lines. Absorb the concepts from beyond that which is clear. See beyond sight.
  5. Take this visualization into a sphere, make it clear in your third eye, see yourself turning the last page of the book. It is done!
  6. Now you can start reading!

There’s one last part that I don’t understand but I include here in case somebody does.

7. Fold page. Put it out of your view. Consecrate with your blood.

I’m wondering which page do you fold? The title? Why? Put what out of view, the whole book? Consecrate with your blood I guess just means adding a bit of blood maybe to the cover or something I would do would be smear blood over the side of the book, like when you close the book, paint the sides with a colored marker, and then open it again to find a nice colored square around each page. Like that, but blood.

Happy reading!