Brain Download, 5.7.20: Self-Knowledge is Sometimes Painful

Today, if you believe in such things, is a full supermoon in the sign of Scorpio. That is some *wild* shit. I figured I should record some new brain downloads here, because I haven’t done it in a while. So here goes.

First, you have to understand that the amount of esoteric writing I have in the can, in the archives, is insane. Thousands of pages, 10s of 1000s. It is all quite bigly. But I get overwhelmed sometimes with handling it, and I’m not good with promoting it. I always figure the information will find who it needs to to find.

So anyway: I try to gradually get some of that stuff up here. I always figure like when it’s all up there, then I’ll really get down to brass tacks and focus exclusively on putting up new content.

One of the problems I face, however, is that a good deal of the stuff I’ve been writing about and predicting for the last 15 years are sort of coming to pass. For me to take a deep dive in the current events of the moment, and cross-reference it with the pop culture, and cross-reference that with the synchronicities–it literally all makes my head hurt. Because it’s too vast.

As I’ve written before–we, the collective We, have advanced technologically way beyond our advancement spiritually. This creates a great imbalance. Now, how do you get back in balance? Well, you–You–have to work on yourself. You have to get to know yourself. I’ve said this before. That’s the #1 thing you can do, the #2 thing being helping others. But first you gotta help yourself. First you gotta know who the fuck you are. Or else you truly can’t “help” anyone…you’re just incurring karma, regardless of what “good deeds” you think you are doing.

But self-knowledge can be painful. (Auto-correct initially changed “painful” to “Paimon,” welcome to my world.)

You may be observing current events second-hand through the media, and feel like “the centre cannot hold.” But what do you want me to tell you? The centre *cannot* hold. But instead of worrying how to make society’s centre hold, regard instead your own centre. It has to start with you.

What do you believe in? What is your purpose? How do you derive meaning from life? You have to get down to brass tacks with this before you can be fool enough to think you can help others.

I think that’s sufficient for now. Have a good day.

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