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In the Realm of Inorganic Beings

In the Realm of Inorganic Beings

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In The Realm of Inorganic BeingsByBrian T. JohnstonPublished by Brian Johnston at SmashwordsCopyright 2010 Brian T. JohnstonAll Smashwords books are sold DRM-free, without copy protection or encryption.Smashwords Edition, License NotesThis eBook is licensed for your personal enjoyment only. This eBook may not be re-sold or given away toother people. If you would like to share this book with another person, please purchase an additional copyfor each recipient. If you’re reading this book and did not purchase it, or it was not purchased for your useonly, then please return to Smashwords.com and purchase your own copy. Thank you for respecting thehard work of this author.Table of ContentsPrefaceIntroductionChapter One- The Age of HippiesChapter Two- Dreaming and the Realm of the Inorganic BeingsChapter Three Meditations on Inner PersonalitiesChapter Four Stalking the Self Chapter Five The Descent into the World of the Inorganic BeingsChapter Six Over the AgesEpiloguePrefaceThis book has been written for several reasons. First and foremost I feel that the experiences that Ihave had and their importance to Western Mysticism need to be disseminated to the general
 public. I also would like to inform my family, friends and associates what really happened to meduring the most intense periods of my involvement in the realm of the inorganic beings. It was a verydifficult time for everyone I was associated with due to the fact that I was so intensely involved withwhat was going on that I could not clearly communicate with others what was happening to me. Evenif I did they had little reason to believe, or understand what I was going through. The wholeexperience was so personal that I had a great amount of difficulty in revealing to others what I wasgoing through. I had developed my psychic and mystical abilities over a period of forty years andthe effects were so profound and unexpected that I really did not know how to handle what was goingon. I had read about what the experiences were of other advanced mystics, but generally they all hadmasters to guide them and gurus to comfort them. In this respect I had no one. I had no master andwas virtually alone in my own world in this regard. I was totally overwhelmed. It was like a tidalwave sweeping over my life and washing away everything I knew. Many feared that I had lost mymind and when I tried to explain to others what I was going through I they more than likely stared indisbelief. Even those closest to me did not understand why I was acting so strangely and why I couldnot control what I was experiencing. The effects were a result of continued and sustained actionscarried out on a daily basis since I was a child and even I did not anticipate the complete life-changing consequences of my lifelong pursuit. During these experiences I was continuously amazed by what I was going through and it was very difficult for me to have perspective of what washappening to me and the effect it was having on the people around me. If I would of have had amaster to guide me through this morass I would have been better able to cope with the profoundchanges that were taking place within me and dealing with the entities that I encountered.In both the Rosicrucians and the Toltec systems there is considerable emphasis on contact with other intelligences and entities. In the Rosicrucians you are taught to contact other people and spiritual beings, while in the Toltec system there are also methods to contact a variety of what would be calledspiritual beings. The most important of these for this work are what defined as the inorganic beings.The inorganic beings are probably what are known in mysticism and religion as demons. The termdemon needs to be explained to a certain extent. In the Srimad Bhagavatam demons are defined as people who are not devotees, while this is not entirely accurate the concept of people as demons will become clearer in the course of this work. It is not really that people are demons, but rather theassociation with the non-corporeal inorganic beings that surround us is so ingrained into our speciesthat we are all vulnerable to their influences.As will be detailed I studied the wisdom and techniques of the Toltecs as outlined in the works of Carlos Castaneda. I also studied numerous other philosophies and mystical techniques of both easternand western disciplines. I studied with the Rosicrucian Order for over thirty years and becameIlluminati of the Order. The Rosicrucians are a world wide organization that is comprised of peopleof all faiths ranging from Christianity and Islam to Hinduism and Buddhism. There are also manymembers who are not associated with any religion. The methods of the Rosicrucians are such thateverything is presented to the aspirant in an experimental manner so that nothing is left to faith, butrather it is through direct experience that the aspirant comes to know the mystical techniques, thespiritual aware nesses and psychic development that the studies afford. The traditional beginnings of the Order are thousands of years old, but the present dissemination has been going on for 95 years.The combination of the Toltec and Rosicrucian teachings combined with a wide range of other 
studies resulted in a unique discipline that afforded me access to realms beyond the imagination of theaverage person. To some this might seem like science fiction, but all I can say is that this is exactlywhat I experienced without embellishment. Every experience is related precisely as I remember it tohave happened over four decades of sustained effort.IntroductionI have been involved with mysticism since I was very young. When I was twelve years old I had acrisis of faith. Before that time I was a devout believer in God. I went to church on Sunday and believed most of what the Bible said. When I was growing up I was also very interested in science. Iwas especially interested in astronomy, geology, archaeology and studying microscopic things withmy microscope. I would go to local ponds and bring home pond water and study the life I found inthe pond. I read every astronomy book the library had and as well as everything on the geology of theearth, minerals and was an avid rock collector. I was also very interested in evolution and the ascentof man. I would go to the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto and marvel at the dinosaurs and theearlier stage of man, such as Cro-magnon and Neanderthal/ By the age of twelve, however I began to put all the pieces together and came to the conclusion that both the Biblical and the scientific views of the world could not be correct. The universe was much older than what was told in the Bible and theuniverse was almost infinite. It seemed my whole world fell apart and I was left standing in avacuum.What was truth?What were the true moral precepts?What was the correct course of action to take in the world the way it was?I began to think of other things and there were momentous changes occurring in society at the timeand I began to be very curious about other points of view and other ways of looking at the world bothspiritually and in what the correct way to carry out your life was.At age thirteen in 1968 I started to learn transcendental meditation as it was espoused in popular form by the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. I developed a mantra which I used for many years afterwards. Iimmediately found that I was able to enter into an extremely relaxed state where my thoughts weremore orderly and tranquil. I soon began to develop an attitude of complete peace and non-violentaction and began to tell others about the changes that were happening to me. Before this I was rather aggressive and used to get into fights rather frequently with other boys at school. This experience began my inner journey and lead over time into a miraculous world that very few have ever experienced and even fewer have shared with the general public. Shortly after I started meditating I became acquainted with Carlos Castaneda. The first book that I read was a Separate Reality. I was

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