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ORGANIC

PORTALS
SOULLESS HUMANS AND PSYCHOPATHS
BY BERNHARD GUENTHER

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DEFINITIONS
ORGANIC PORTALS In Gnosis, Mouravieff introduces the concept of two races of humanity. These are respectively called adamic and preadamic man. The Cassiopaeans have given the term Organic Portal to refer to preadamic man. The difference between adamic and preadamic man is that preadamic man does not have an individuated soul. In all other respects, preadamic man is indistinguishable from adamic man. Preadamics do not have the so-called higher centers. If one attributes soul qualities to preadamic man, one is seeing a reflection of another's soul in the preadamic and mistaking it for the individuated soul of the adamic man. In the natural state of matters, the preadamic form would be an intermediate step between a species soul pool as exists in the animal kingdom and the fully individuated soul of an esoterically developed human. At the present time however, 4th density STS forces exploit preadamic man as a tool, often for derailing attempts at esoteric work. Preadamic man is native to the present third density Earth and is not subject to the Biblical Fall. In a sense, preadamics are even better suited to this world than adamics, who carry a longing to a dimly remembered Edenic state. The gene pool of humanity is so mixed that adamics and preadamics can coexist in the same families and no outward test can be used for determining the nature of any one person. Even if one possessed an individuated soul in potential, one would be little different from a similar preadamic person until undertaking esoteric development. Psychopaths are, according to the Cassiopaeans, 'malfunctioning preadamics.'

ADAMIC MAN In Mouravieff's Gnosis, this refers to a human being who has an individuated soul. Such a person possesses, at least in potential, the so-called higher emotional and higher intellectual centers. Esoteric work is possible and meaningful for the Adamic man. The word Adamic refers to the story of the Fall from Eden. Adamic man has known an Edenic state in the past and carries a vague racial recollection of such a golden age, at least unconsciously. This can translate into a quest for spiritual meaning. The Adamic man's spiritual quest is symbolized by the Biblical parable of the prodigal son, where the far country corresponds to the present Earth. Adamic and pre-adamic man are substantially indistinguishable from each other in normal circumstances. Genetic mixing has made it so that either type can occur in the same family.

Organic Portals Soulless Humans


By Bernhard Guenther A considerable percentage of the people we meet on the street are people who are empty inside, that is, they are actually already dead. It is fortunate for us that we do not see and do not know it. If we knew what a number of people are actually dead and what a number of these dead people govern our lives, we should go mad with horror. G.I. Gurd!ieff "hese are interesting times. #n one hand there are changes happening on a global scale that can$t really be ignored much longer. #n the other hand the ma!ority of the population seem to live their lives as if everything is !ust as it always is and always will be, locked in a tunnel vision of personal and material interest. As long as we keep lying to ourselves based on conditioning, wishful thinking, suppression or denial and believe the lies out there, mistaking them for truth, nothing will change. "his goes also beyond having a positive attitude, where hope can be merely a trap and lie to the self. Believing in lies that are positive in appearance %regardless how well meaning the intent or good hearted the person& is actually being negative and blocks one$s awareness and spiritual evolution. Being positive can mean acknowledging something negative because it is the truth, seeing it for what it is. If you believe a lie, even if it seems positive and makes you feel good, you give away your free will and that has spiritual implications. In these times of transition it becomes imperative to do seek truth and strive towards ob!ectivity so we don$t take the wrong turn into entropy. 'ith the approach of the era of the (oly )pirit, everything must be gradually brought to the light of day, not only the secrets of the laboratory but the deepest meanings of esotericism. The same must happen with illusions, errors and lies, which must also be revealed so that they can later be rectified. *+, The world is suffering from a lack of harmony which gets deeper on every plane, and this is a serious danger to the moral and spiritual recovery of humanity. It also involves a serious risk of failure in the last

stage of this "ime of transition that we are now entering. If this risk is not overcome, the -eluge of .ire awaits us. 'e wilI have to make an immense effort to ward off this fate, and we have very little time in which to do it. /an has only himself to blame for the greatness of the effort needed0 this is a result of his obstinate refusal to heed the warnings that have been addressed to him time and again by the -ivine 1oice, !ust as he continues today to blind himself to the fact that the -eluge of .ire is being made ready. * Gnosis II, Boris /ouravieff , /any people are not aware of the path this world is currently going towards. )ure, there are some self proclaimed aware and conscious folks out there who believe that all is !ust going as it has to go and humanity will wake up eventually in 2342 or the Golden Age where everyone is enlightened without having to do anything at all to reach that state. 5ust be and show love is the mantra these days, without really understanding what being and love means to begin with or so it seems. (owever, I don$t want to get into the traps of the 6seudo )pirituality promoted through this 7ew Age 8eligion these days. 6ast writings and videos have e9amined that. /y goal is also not to try to convince anyone of anything, because no one can make another one change. "his is !ust about :uestioning some fundamental beliefs and giving food for thought. )ome sources that talk about a )hift or "ransformation occurring in our age also mention a splitting of humanity and that not everyone is going to wake up. "he main reason for this can be found in a very interesting issue this planet faces and which has been written about in various esoteric teachings as well as transmitted through certain channeled material. It relates to two different races or humanities coe9isting on earth, alike from the outside, but unlike in the inside. "he common spiritual lofty idea that runs through the world these days is we$re all one and !ust by recogni;ing this we should unite under world peace and harmony. All what the world leaders need to do is recogni;e the same, hence many people send love and light to the rulers and leaders , so they may see this truth as well, because they are so misguided and !ust need love and compassion, etc++'ell, yes, everything is one from a (IG(<8 perspective. As a matter of fact, it is pretty obvious that All is #ne, is it not= "he devil, however, is always in the details. >aura ?night 5adc;yk gives a good insight into the misplacement of higher truths in her book "he )ecret (istory of the 'orld0 /any modern day teachers and gurus tell us )ince there is only #ne Being which permeates all things, all we have to do is see everything as only light, and that will transmute the darkness, and we will create our

own reality of light. Such a statement ignores the fact that the statement !od is One" describes a reality that is a higher level from which our own mi#ed being" manifests. "he man who assumes that he can become like God at this level !ust by thinking it, ignores the facts of Being vs. 7on being which outrays from God is #ne at a level of e9istence that is clearly several levels above our own. <vil is 8<A> on its own level, and the task of man is to navigate the @osmic /a;e without being defiled by the <vil therein. "his is the root of .ree 'ill. /an faces a predicament as 8<A> as himself0 he is forced to choose A to utili;e his knowledge by applying it A between the straight path which leads to Being, and the crooked paths which lead to 7on Being. (uman beings are re:uired to discern between good and evil A consciousness energy directors A at every stage of their e9istence in this reality. Because, in fact, they must understand that God is consciousness and God is matter. God is good, and God is evil. "he @reation assumes all the different properties of the many 7ames of God. "he @osmos is full of >ife giving and )laying, .orgiveness and 1engeance, <9altation and Abasement, Guidance and -eception. To attempt to assume !od$s point of view and mi# everything" at this level, results only in ST%&'(! at this level. "herefore, human beings must always separate God$s point of view from their own point of view and the fact that all creation assumes the divine 7ames and "raits. Bes, we$re all one, but we$re not all the same in this Crd density e9perience here on planet earth. )ure, Gandhi and (itler are one, but one of them doesn$t seem to have any conscience. "he biggest illusion and pro!ection regular folks seem to have is the assumption that the people in positions of power think and feel !ust like we all do and if they don$t it is assumed that they are !ust misguided and lack love in their lives. (owever, what if there e9ists a type of human who has no connection to the higher centers of universal loveDawareness at all by birth= (eDshe is not even genetically wired this way, not being able to access it this lifetime around but heDshe can emulate and fake these higher characteristics :uite well and even distract you from evolving by sapping your energy and feeding off it. "hey can tell you e9actly what you want to hear, appear compassionate, empathetic and understanding without meaning or feeling it one bit. And what if this type of human makes up half of the world$s population= (eDshe might be even a family member, a co worker, neighbor, boss or even a close friend, a lover, husband or wife= @ertainly not a pleasant thought and certainly a blow to the popular 7ew Age paradigm of

we$re all one and humanity is becoming enlightened !ust by focusing on >ove, >ight and so called positive thinkingE. 'hen e9ploring this idea more closely, with an ob!ective, open and critical mind, it gives huge clues to the state of the world. >et$s look at some of these sources that talk about the two different races of humanity. #ne of it is Boris /ouravieff$s Gnosis "rilogy.

)uppression and distortion of esoteric knowledge is one of the means for control of the masses here on planet earth. "his has been going on for thousands of years. <ven the material presented in Gnosis is covered around a biblical gloss that one needs to weed through. As we enter the "ime of "ransition, deeper ?nowledge about our reality and world is coming to the surface again, but only the ones able to )<< will truly recogni;e it. "ruth vibrates on a certain fre:uency and it re:uires a certain state of Being to see, understand, and most importantly apply it. "his is achieved through esoteric work. /ouravieff notes that all serious esoteric teaching, as in ordinary education, is almost uniform0 It is generally accepted that nobody can go on to secondary school without having completed an elementary education. 7or can a person be admitted to a university without having a secondary education. "hese

graduations automatically select those able to become active members of the cultural elite of human society. <9actly the same is true in the esoteric "radition. (owever, in our modern world, we encounter a curious phenomenon. .or e9ample0 we would not seek to discuss 7ewton$s binomial theorem without having studied algebra, for without this, every opinion we e9pressed on the sub!ect would be worthless. &et, in the esoteric field, we find a host of e#perts" who declare their opinions on esotericism without having ever learned even the rudiments of this knowledge. At the same time, some of them demand simplicity from esoteric teachings on the generally accepted principle that "ruth itself must be simple. "hey conclude from this that access to "ruth ought to likewise be simple. "hen they assert that the methods to access "ruth must be easily assimilable. "his argument would be perfectly correct if human beings and the problems they face were simple and !ust. (owever, that is not the case. There is a long road to travel from our state of distorted inner disorder to any original simplicity." In practice, the doctrine of simplicity A if regarded as an a9iom A turns the student aside from the strait gate and the narrow way that leads to >ife. Impelled by this counter truth, he believes he stands before this door, when he is in reality A although undoubtedly in perfectly good faith A walking the wide path that leads to perdition, ad ma!orem -iaboli gloriam, of course. The )octrine of Simplicity, correct in itself, but wrongly interpreted, becomes a snare for hearts and minds that are already too corrupt* a danger which should be recogni+ed and avoided. )ome people complain that the sub!ect of the fundamentals of esotericism is not simple. #thers have said that it leads to great clarity. "his apparent contradiction is e9plained by the fact that esotericism is addressed to readers who are predisposed to esoteric culture by their nature, formation or personal e9perience. 't is difficult, if not impossible, for an esoterically unevolved person to

discern false prophets spontaneously. (e will recogni;e them more easily by their fruits, by the observable results of their works, which serve as signs. "he "radition knows and teaches a whole )cience of signs. "he above e9cerpt is crucial in understanding what is presented these days as )pirituality. "rue esoteric ?nowledge has not much to do with popular 7ew AgeD)elf (elp literature these days, as promoted by the mainstream, what is shown on #prah %from <. "olle to "he )ecret, etc+& or what is on the bestseller list and in. "oo many people speak too :uick as if they already know and repeat 7ew Age )logans, such as we$re all one, all is illusion, all you need is love, !ust be yourself, be in the now, etc.. without truly understanding the depth of these words and their true meaning beyond the fast food spirituality these days. 7ot all is false what these sources state, however, lies are mi9ed with truth and the devil is always in the details. "he world is full of self proclaimed gurus and spiritual leaders who promise to show seekers the 'ay as they cash in and feed off the credulity of their followers. /ost popular 7ew Age material %including channeled sources& merely serve as buffers and e9cuses, another form of illusionDescape, but not as a catalysts for true spiritual Growth. As /ouravieff writes0 @omfort, the prevailing word for 6rogress in its many different aspects and to varying degrees, forms a sufficient aim for the ma!ority of civili;ed men of our era. Fnder these conditions of our times, man is only open to divine values in carefully measured doses, kept within limits so that they do not trouble his bourgeois or socio,communist conscience or threaten the material well,being he has ac-uired. (owever, there is another issue and that is, true esoteric work and knowledge can only be grasped and applied by a certain type of human and that another type of man does not posses this ability in hisDher current life cycle. #ne type has a soul, the other one is soul less, so to speak. "here is no difference on the outside and in terms of personality, but the inner life is vastly different. 7o one is better or worse than the other, but all are part of this evolutionary cycle. "he idea of the soul is something that many religions, philosophers and spiritual teachings talk about. "he :uestion is, what is the soul and does everyone really has one= According to Gnosis, as transmitted by Boris /ouravieff, there e9ist two kind of humans0 adamic man and pre adamic man. #ne type with soul potential, the other has no individual soul. #nly the former has the inherent capacity to evolve esoterically and build the magnetic center by fusing the lower with the higher centers. "he latter does not have the possibility in his current evolutionary cycle to bridge to the higher centers and no access to higher knowingDawarenessDlove.

>ooking at the Indian chakra model, one could say that pre adamic man only e9ists on the lower three chakras without any access to the higher ones, while adamic man also mostly e9ists on the lower centers, but has the ability to activate and bridge the higher centers through conscious esoteric work. /ouravieff writes0 In the first volume of GGnosis$, we already referred several times to the coe9istence of two essentially different races0 one of /en, and another of Anthropoids. 'e must emphasi;e the fact that from the esoteric point of view the latter term has no derogatory meaning. +The Scriptures contain more than one reference to the coe#istence on our planet of these two humanities which are now alike in form but unlike in essence. 'e can even say that the whole dramatic history of humanity, from the fall of Adam until today, not e9cluding the prospect of the new era, is overshadowed by the coe9istence of these two human races whose separation will occur only at the >ast 5udgement. +"he human tares, the anthropoid race, are the descendants of pre adamic humanity. "he principal difference between contemporary pre adamic man and adamic man A a difference which is not perceived by the senses is that the former does not possess the developed higher centres that e#ist in the latter which, although they have been cut off from his waking consciousness since the .all, offer him a real possibility of esoteric evolution. %part from this, the two races are similar/ they have the same lower centres, the same structure of the Personality and the same physical body, although more often than not this is stronger in the pre adamic man than in the adamicH regarding beauty, we must not forget that pre adamic man and woman were created by God on the si9th day, in (is image and after (is likeness, and that the daughters of this race were beautiful. By identifying himself with the GI$ of his 6ersonality, Adam lost consciousness of his real GI$ and fell from the <den that was his original condition into the same condition as the pre adamics+ "he two humanities, coming from two different creative processes, later mingled on the level of organic life on <arth+ .rom then on, the coe9istence of these two human types, and the competition which was the result of this, became the norm+we can see that throughout the centuries, even in our own day, adamics in their post fall condition, have been are are generally in an inferior position to the pre adamics. + this situation, with its practical conse:uences and problems, will be the

ob!ect of a deeper study. "his is necessary because the <ra of the (oly )pirit is approaching, at the end of which the :uestion of the separation of the tares from the good seed will arise. .or the moment we will restrict ourselves to repeating that contemporary adamic man, having lost contact with his higher centres and therefore with his real 0'$, appears practically the same as his pre,adamic counterpart. However, unlike the latter, he still has his higher centres, which ensure that he has the possibility of following the way of esoteric evolution. At present, pre adamic man is deprived of this possibility, but it will be given to him if adamic humanity develops as it should during the era of the (oly )pirit.

I Ale9 Grey 7ot everyone has access to higher states of Being and )eeing /ouravieff gives us e9amples of how the e9istence of the two races has been distorted and misused by means of racism and social control. Adamic and pre adamic men are mi9ed throughout all humans from all over the globe. "here can be even both types in the same family. "he difference has nothing to do with racial, cultural or national characteristics. "he true meaning of the two humanities goes back to the idea of blue blood and the pollution of the bloodline when both races intermingled, after the fall of adamic man from his original state and his identification with his false I, the I of the personalityDego.

.irst constated *reali;ed, very long ago, this fact, although it has been distorted because it is generally seen in a false light, was part of the national, social and !udicial consciousness of many ancient and modern peoples. #ne finds its influence in the Indian idea of the Untouchable, the Greek Helot, the 5ewish Goy, the medieval <uropean white Bones and black Bones, the German 7a;i Untermensch, etc+ Incidentally, the legend of blue blood does not belong to the domain of pure fantasy. "he error is not in the conception of blue blood as a Gpsychosomatic$ phenomenon, but in the naive medieval belief that this so called aristocratic blood passes automatically from father to son+. 'e must also note that the other e9treme, the e:ualitarian conception of human nature, so dear to the theoreticians of democratic and socialist revolutions, is also erroneous0 the only real e-uality of sub1ects by inner and international right is e-uality of possibilities, for men are born une-ual. 'hat follows are e9cerpts from an essay called #rganic 6ortals A "he #ther 8ace by the Juantum .uture Group %J.G& based around the @assiopaean transmissions , /ouravieff$s Gnosis and psychopathology. "here is also an online forum discussion about it here. "his <soteric Glossary is helpful to look up concepts that are being used throughout this blog. .or readers unfamiliar with channeled material it is recommended to read @hanneled material and the Age of "ransformation. "he topic of #rganic 6ortals is also addressed in more depth in "he )ecret (istory of the 'orld by >aura ?night 5adc;yk. #rganic 6ortals is a term coined by the @$s and relates to the pre adamic man according to /ouravieff. *my comments in italic, KKKKKKKKKKKKA

Organic Portals The Other" 2ace


#ne of the more difficult concepts discussed on this site is the concept of the #rganic 6ortal. 'e have received hate mail over the years, primarily from mainstream religious types and new age believers, but we get even /#8< letters from people who nearly shout in relief at finally having something of an e9planation for things they have observed all their lives. 'hat seems to cause offense is the concept that there may be more than one type of human. 3et us be clear on this point/ we do not mean what is commonly or traditionally understood as race, and abhor any attempt at labeling and making checklists. 'hat we mean e9actly will

be clarified further into the article. *+, /ouravieff is telling us that there were originally "'# races that evolved on the earth, and that these two races while being physically almost identical, were very different from a soul point of view. It seems that one had the potential to develop a sovereign and integral soul in this lifetime, while the other were as empty cylinders in comparison and were destined to wait another turn of the wheel or cosmic cycle. "he adamic race is the race that suffered the .all, which meant the breaking of the connection between the higher centers %giving access to higher knowingDawareness& and the lower centers %which govern physical e9istence&, and which left adamic man in the same playground as pre adamic man, effectively rendering us all #6$s until we learn how to develop the soul. Basically, until adamic man starts to develop himself consciously through esoteric work, he is on the same level as pre-adamic man (Organic ortal!, however he has the potential to develop a soul (activating the higher centers! through work and conscious efforts" Hence everyone is essentially an #Organic ortal$ until the %wakening of the higher centers, which is only possible for adamic man" As our research into psychopaths continued, and especially in reading the work "he /ask of )anity by (. @leckley, we came to the conclusion that there e9ists what we call the garden variety psychopath. "his is the psychopath who is successful in the sense that he doesn$t get caught. (e operates invisibly in society. He looks and acts 1ust like we" do, going about the activities of daily life, and yet something is missing. As @leckley describes it0 "he observer is confronted with a convincing mask of sanity. All the outward features of this mask are intactH it cannot be displaced or penetrated by :uestions directed toward deeper personality levels. "he e9aminer never hits upon the chaos sometimes found on searching beneath the outer surface of a paranoid schi;ophrenic. "he thought processes retain their normal aspect under psychiatric investigations and in technical tests designed to bring out obscure evidence of derangement. <9amination reveals not merely an ordinary two dimensional mask but what seems to be a solid and substantial structural image of the sane and rational personality.

(e might then be thought of, in the full literal sense, as an e9ample of what "rLlat meant to designate by his e9pressive term, la folie lucide. .urthermore, this personality structure in all theoretical situations functions in a manner apparently identical with that of normal, sane functioning. >ogical thought processes may be seen in perfect operation no matter how they are stimulated or treated under e9perimental conditions. .urthermore, the observer finds verbal and facial e9pressions, tones of voice, and all the other signs we have come to regard as implying conviction and emotion and the normal e9periencing of life as we know it ourselves and as we assume it to be in others. All !udgments of value and emotional appraisals are sane and appropriate when the 6sychopath is tested in verbal e9aminations. #nly very slowly and by a comple9 estimation or !udgment based on multitudinous small impressions does the conviction come upon us that, despite these intact rational processes, these normal emotional affirmations, and their consistent application in all directions, we are dealing here not with a complete man at all but with something that suggests a subtly constructed refle# machine which can mimic the human personality perfectly. "his smoothly operating psychic apparatus reproduces consistently not only specimens of good human reasoning but also appropriate simulations of normal human emotion in response to nearly all the varied stimuli of life. So perfect is this reproduction of a whole and normal man that no one who e#amines him in a clinical setting can point out in scientific or ob1ective terms why, or how, he is not real. And yet we eventually come to know or feel we know that reality, in the sense of full, healthy e9periencing of life, is not here. @leckley is describing a person who is able to mimic the human personality, but who leaves the impression that something is not there. "hey have a personality structure which functions in a manner apparently identical with that of normal, sane functioning and yet when all is said and done, we are dealing here not with a complete man at all but with something that suggests

a subtly constructed refle9 machine which can mimic the human personality perfectly to the point that no one who e9amines him in a clinical setting can point out in scientific or ob!ective terms why, or how, he is not real. /oreover, we must remember that @leckley is dealing with clinical cases, the psychopath who has been caught, who has a program malfunction, otherwise they would not have been in his office. "hese people, even with minor glitches, can pass almost imperceptibly among us. "he type referred to here as #rganic 6ortals %for reasons which will become clear&, are people whose abilities of imitation are so developed, so much an integral part of who they are, that they can only be discovered after years of observation. The psychopath is the failed organic portal. /ost #rganic 6ortals have no inclination to break laws, in fact the ma!ority have no real inclinations at all other than to pursue the A influences %/ouravieff$s term& otherwise known as the social norms, such as money, career, se9, marriage, fame or any of a host of other ideals that we are all encouraged to strive for from an early age. "he attainment of these goals is held up in global society as the culmination of the search for happiness, yet it is evident from the state of our world today that true happiness remains as illusory and elusive as ever+at least for those who have an inkling that there is something more. So where do these life goals" that serve us so badly come from4 's it possible that they are in fact someone else$s ideas and goals for us5is it in someone else$s interest that most of us e#pend our energies and efforts in a fruitless pursuit of chimerical happiness4 "his concept is not new at cassiopaea.org and is therefore an idea that will not be strange to regular readers of the site, but what is new and indeed very strange is the idea that there could be billions of these #rganic 6ortals who have been vectored toward keeping those unaware of this concept lost in the wilderness and desert, ensuring the continued production of loosh from all of humanity. 't should be noted here that we are not talking of some form of malignancy or evil on the part of Organic Portals, rather it would seem that they are simply doing and acting according to their natures, which it appears is to a large e#tent soul,less". &his is a very important point" &here is nothing #wrong$ with Organic ortals or being an O " &hey serve a specific function in the grand scheme of e'istence" &hey can(t be anything else but that" As the research, ideas and thoughts developed it was one revelation after another, and it soon became clear how possible this grand plan could have been implemented0

't seems there are possibly 6 billion organic portals sharing the planet, that is, one out of two people on the planet may be effectively soul,less. /ouravieff$s description of the .all of the Adamic race also follows the same lines as the description given to us from the @$s where we see that this is a symbolic version of the .all of our consciousness unit. &he following e'cerpts by the )(s contains some words and concepts that may be new to some readers" *&O + *ervice to Others and *&* + *ervice to *elf" &he concepts of service to others (*&O! and service to self (*&*! are the central cornerstone of the teaching of first ,a and then )assiopaea" &hese same fundamentals are e'pressed in different terms throughout esoteric culture" &he concept of densities is also a cornerstone in the )assiopaea and ,a materials" -ensity denotes a .ualitatively distinct level of being" /ach density has its own structure of life forms, perception and typical lessons for the consciousnesses residing in it" &hese are topics than need careful study and understanding and, as mentioned before, it is recommended to read the original sources for more insight" &he term #0i11ies$ is a shorthand notation for those theori1ed deni1ens of hyperdimensional realities whose #essence$ is read as reptilian" 234 the 3uestioner5 %4 &he )6s communicating7 3M 2M NN J0 'ell, this is one of the problems I am dealing with in trying to write this history of mankind. As I understand it, or as I am trying to figure it out from the literature, prior to the G.all in <den,$ mankind lived in a Oth density state. Is that correct= A0 )emiDsort of. J0 6lease be more specific. A0 Oth density in another realm, such as timeDspace continuum, etc. J0 #kay, so this realm changed, as a part of the cycleH various choices were made0 the human race went through the door after the Ggold,$ so to speak, and became aligned with the >i;;ies after the Gfemale energy$ consorted with the wrong side, so to speak. "his is what you have said. "his resulted in a number of effects0 the breaking up of the -7A, the burning off of the first ten factors of -7A, the separation of the hemispheres of the brain+ A0 #nly reason for this0 you play in the dirt, you$re gonna get dirty. J0 %"& 'hat were we before the .all= A0 Crd density )"#. J0 %"& 'e are )") at this point because of what happened then= A0 Bes. *..., J0 %"& 'e were Crd density )"# at that time. 'as this after the battle that had transpired= In other words, were we, as a Crd density race, literally on our own at that point, as opposed to before=

A0 'as battle. J0 %>& "he battle was in us= A0 "hrough you. J0 %"& "he battle was through us as to whether we would walk through this doorway+ %>& "he battle was fought through us, we were literally the battleground. %"& 'as the battle over whether or not we walked through that door= A0 @lose. J0 %"& #kay, we were )"# at that point. Bou have said before that on this density we have the choice of being )") or )"#. A0 #h "erry, the battle is always there, it$s when" you choose that counts7 *..., J0 %"& "his must tie into why the >i;ards and other aliens keep telling people that they have given their consent for abduction and so forth. 'e were )"# and now we are )"). A0 Bes, + 'hen you went for the gold, you said (ello to the >i;ards and all that that implies. J0 %"& +By going for the gold, we became )") beings because going for the gold was )"). A0 Bes. J0 %"& And, in doing so, we ended up aligning ourselves with the Oth density >i;ard Beings+ A0 Bes. J0 %"& Because they are Oth density beings and they have a lot more abilities than we at Crd density+ A0 Bou used to be aligned with Oth density )"#. J0 %"& And we were Crd density )"#. But, by going for the gold we aligned ourselves with Oth density )"). A0 Bes. J0 %"& And by doing so we gave Oth density )") permission to do whatever they wish with us= A0 @lose. J0 %"& )o, when they tell us that we gave them permission to abduct us, it is this they are referring to= A0 @lose. J0 %5& Go back to what they said before0 .ree will could not be abridged if you had not obliged. %"& 'e, as the human race, used our free will to switch from )"# to )"). %>& )o, at some level we have chosen the mess we are in and that is the )uper Ancient >egend of the .allen Angel, >ucifer. "hat is us. 'e fell by falling into that door, so to speak, going

after the pot of gold, and when we fell through the door, the serpent bit usE A0 But this is a repeating syndrome. J0 %>& Is it a repeating syndrome !ust for the human race or is it a repeating syndrome throughout all of creation= A0 It is the latter. "he adamic race with its full set of -7A, with its connection to the higher centres in place and functioning, is what the @$s describe here as C- )"# living in a semiDsort of O- state aligned with O- )"#. In making the choice to e9perience greater physicality, the consciousness unit fractures and .alls from the )"# state, loses its connection with the higher centres, and finds itself at the same level as the pre adamic race A those who have no possibility of reaching the higher centres because the -7A hardware isn$t in place. 8ecause this new 6) STS e#istence was not the natural habitat" for a body with the potential to reach the higher centres, the fallen race is at a disadvantage compared to the pre,adamics. 9hat is the Organic Portal4 (aving seen the similarities between /ouravieff$s description of the two races and @leckley$s description of the psychopath, >aura decided to pose a few :uestions to the @$s. J0 In Book III of his Gnosis, /ouravieff discusses what he calls pre Adamic humanity and Adamic humanity. As I read this I could see that the thing I was struggling to understand in terms of psychopathy as discussed in the %dventures *eries, was e9actly what /ouravieff was describing. (owever, he was using the Bible to e9plain it, and that !ust didn$t :uite work. 7evertheless, the basic idea is that pre Adamic human types basically have no soul, nor any possibility of growing one. This is certainly shocking, but there have been many recent scholarly discussions of this matter based on what seems to be clinical evidence that, indeed, there are human beings who are 1ust mechanical" and have no inner" or higher self" at all. !urd1ieff talked about this and so did :astaneda. )o, I asked if his ideas about the two basic "B6<) of humans were, as far as they went, accurate. A0 'ndeed, though again, there is a 8iblical !loss." ;The pre,%damic types are< organic" portals between levels of density. "his, of course, raised the issue of whether or not trying to help or save such individuals was a waste of time.

A0 6retty much. =ost of them are very efficient machines. The ones that you have identified as psychopaths are failures." The best ones cannot be discerned e#cept by long and careful observation. #ne of the longtime members of the group then wanted to know if any of us had ever encountered one of these organic portals and if so, would the @$s identify one for the sake of instruction. A0 'f you consider that the population is e-ually distributed, then you will understand that in an ordinary souled" person$s life, that person will encounter half as many organic portals as souled individuals. 8>T, when someone is in the process of growing" and strengthening the soul, the :ontrol System will seek to insert even more units" into that person$s life. (ow, think of all the people you have ever met and particularly those with whom you have been, or are, intimate. 9hich half of this number would &O> designate as being organic portals4 Hard to tell, eh4 J0 %1& Is this the original meaning of the pollution of the bloodline= A0 Bes. *..., KKKKKK 8ow this is a highly significant point by the )(s which we can find in 9ouravieff(s #Gnosis$ as well" &he #)ontrol *ystem$ relates to the #General 0aw$ and forces acting upon the seeker who tries to #escape$ or transcend it by entering #&he :ay$ of esoteric work4 <conomy of energies too is a must, as the walk to and on the 'ay demands their total mobili;ation. Any un!ustified e9penditure can lead in the end to failure. 'e must always keep this in mind. In general, the reaction of those around towards someone who begins to search for the 'ay is negative. This negative attitude is the result of the action of the !eneral 3aw, which, as we know, tends to keep man in his place. (ot being able to do this directly by the action of 'llusion, the !eneral 3aw, when it loses its dominion over the man who 0moves$, acts indirectly by the mediation of those around him." On the other hand, if man ;ust lives along without any efforts of waking up or is no threat to the #General 0aw$ or 9atri' )ontrol *ystem, he will be left alone and he can even make a brilliant career, be successful, have family, kids, be #happy$ in his illusion, yet he will not have progressed esoterically as he feeds the General 0aw by following #%$ influences"

'e are not aware of how much we are bound by the action of the General >aw. Acting on us as it does on our cells, this law immobili;es us or constantly tends to bring us back to our place. Its strength leaves us little freedom of action outside the limits of its direction and scope. It acts in various ways. One can say that if man lives 0like everyone else$, if he does not venture off the beaten track, he will never perceive the e#istence of this force, or rather this force will ignore him. If man spends his life without distinguishing between GA$ and GB$ influences, he will end it as he started, one could say mechanically, driven by the >aw of Accident. However, according to the nature and the intensity of the resultant forces to which he is sub1ected, it can happen to him to make a brilliant career, in the meaning the world gives to this e#pression. &et he will come to the end of his days without having either learned or understood anything of 2eality. %nd earth returns to ?arth." &hat can be seen very clearly in our world" /veryone who ;ust goes along with the masses and #accepted$ reality has not much struggle in the world" Birth, school, choose a career, get a ;ob, watch &<, consume, reproduce, entertain, be nationalistic or religious, follow your desires and impulses une'amined, etc= 8ot knowing himself, but a slave to the outside world, full on under the control of the General 0aw>9atri', the common man has no free will, although he thinks he does" However, whenever someone awakens, steps up and tries to #escape$ &he General 0aw>9atri' by speaking and seeing truth, forces are put on to him to put him back in line, back to sleep" He will be ridiculed or even silenced" His only chance of protection is to apply esoteric ?nowledge and fuse the centers, so he doesn(t fall back to sleep" %nything that is not a threat to the 9)* (9atri' )ontrol *ystem! or General 0aw will be ignored or even promoted heavily, be it through religion, politics, entertainment or popular new age ideas" But if his enterprises are out of the ordinary, no matter what field they are in, but especially in esotericism, this force begins to act, and stirs up all sorts of obstacles in order to bring him back to the point where K according to the General >aw K he must reside. <ven without knowing this force, we have an intuition of its e9istence and of the many forms which clothe it. "he (oly )criptures speak of it more than once, especially where esoteric work is concerned. Thus, if this conservative force, which is the servant of the !eneral 3aw, does not succeed in 0calming$ man by acting directly upon him, it tries to reach him indirectly through the people of his household, either through the feelings they invoke or the coolness and contempt they

openly show him. #&his conservative force, the *ervant of the General 0aw$ acts through pred-adamic man, the Organic ortals" @t(s not that the person him>herself is the cause" re-adamic man is being used literally as a portal through which the 9atri' works and tries to keep man in his place through hyperdimenstional forces (A- *&*!" &hink of %gent *mith being able to in;ect himself into any charakter in #&he 9atri'$ trying to stop 8eo from awakening" Hence, blind people, people who are asleep, plugged into the 9atri', the grand illusion, become #tools$ of the 9atri' to make sure no one ;umps out of line" @t(s how the sheep control the sheep" Bou have to understand, most of these people are not ready to be unplugged. And many of them are so inured, so hopelessly dependent on the system, that they will fight to protect it. /orpheus in "he /atri9 KKKKKK 't also became clear that the work of discerning these organic portals" from souled human beings is :2>:'%3 to the so,called ascension" process. 'ithout the basic understanding of transformation of, and conservation of energies, there is no possibility of fusing a magnetic center. And thus, it seems that the e9periences described in the Adventures )eries were not only necessary to further refine the energies, but also to develop the discernment process to a very high level. At this point, the group member stated that there was a member of her family who she was certain was one of these organic portals. "he @$s !umped to respond0 A0 (ow, do not start labeling without due consideration. 2emember that very often the individual who displays contradictory behavior may be a souled being in struggle. J0 %>& I would say that the chief thing they are saying is that the really good ones A you could never tell e9cept by long observation. "he one key we discovered from studying psychopaths was that their actions do not match their words. But what if that is a symptom of !ust being weak and having no will= %A& How can ' know if ' have a soul4 A0 )o you ever hurt for another4 J0 %1& I think they are talking about empathy. "hese soulless humans simply don$t care what happens to another person. If another person is in pain or misery, they don$t know how to care. A0 The only pain they e#perience is withdrawal" of food" or comfort, or what they want. They are also masters of twisting perception of others so as to seem to be empathetic. 8ut, in general, such actions are simply to retain control.

J0 %A& 'hat does having a soul or not having a soul have to do with bloodline= A0 Genetics marry with soul if present. J0 -o organic portals go to fifth density when they die= A0 #nly temporarily until the second death. J0 %1& 'hat is the origin of these organic portal human types= In the scheme of creation, where did they come from= A0 "hey were originally part of the bridge between 2nd density and Crd density. 8eview transcripts on the sub!ect of short wave cycles and long wave cycles. "he :uestions then moved onto issues about sleep. Ark had been reading the transcripts and noted that the @$s had said that sleep was necessary for human beings because it was a period of rest and recharging. "hey had also said that the )#F> rests while the body is sleeping. )o, the :uestion was what source of energy was tapped to recharge both the body and the soul. A0 "he :uestion needs to be separated. 'hat happens to a souled individual is different from an organic portal unit. At this point, we stopped and talked about the possibility that the life force energy that is embodied in #rganic 6ortals must be something like the soul pool that is theori;ed for flora and fauna. "his would, of course, e9plain the striking and ine9plicable similarity of psychopaths, that is so well defined, that they differ from one another only in the way that different species of trees are different in the overall class of "ree ness )o, we divided the :uestion and asked first0 J0 + where does the energy come from that recharges #rganic 6ortals. A0 "he pool you have described. J0 -oes the recharging of the souled being come from a similar pool, only maybe the human pool= A0 7o it recharges from the so,called se#ual center which is a higher center of creative energy. )uring sleep, the emotional center, not being blocked by the lower intellectual center and the moving center, transduces the energy from the se#ual center. 't is also the time during which the higher emotional and intellectual centers can rest from the drain" of the lower centers$ interaction with those pesky organic portals so much loved by the lower centers. "his respite alone is sufficient to make a difference. But, more than that, the energy of the se9ual center is also more available to the other higher centers. J0 .rom where does the so called se9ual center get I") energy= A0 The se#ual center is in direct contact with @th density in its feminine" creative thought of Thou, ' 3ove." The outbreath" of

!od" in the relief of constriction. 6ulsation. Fnstable Gravity 'aves. J0 -o the centers as described by /ouravieff relate at all to the idea of chakras. A0 Juite closely. 'n an individual of the organic variety, the so,called higher chakras are produced in effect" by stealing that energy from souled beings. This is what gives them the ability to emulate souled beings. The souled being is, in effect, perceiving a mirror of their own soul when they ascribe soul -ualities" to such beings. J0 Is this a correspondence that starts at the basal chakra which relates to the se9ual center as described by /ouravieff= A0 7o. The se#ual center" corresponds to the solar ple#us. 3ower moving center basal chakra. 3ower emotional se#ual chakra. 3ower intellectual throat chakra. Higher emotional heart chakra. Higher intellectual crown chakra J0 %1& 'hat about the so called seventh, or third eye chakra= A0 )eer. The union of the heart and intellectual higher centers. This would close the circuit" in the shepherd$s crook" configuration. J0 %1& 'hat about the many ideas about 42 chakras, and so forth, that are currently being taught by many new age sources= A0 "here are no such. "his is a corrupted conceptuali;ation based on the false belief that the activation of the physical endocrine system is the same as the creation and fusion of the magnetic center. "he higher centers are only seated by being magneti;ed. And this more or less <9ternal *unseated, condition of the (igher @enters has been perceived by some individuals and later !oined to the perceived seating locations, in potential. "his has led to cross conceptuali;ation based on assumptionE J0 %re the levels of initiation and levels of the staircase as presented by =ouravieff fairly accurate4 A0 &es, but different levels accessed in other so,called lives can relieve the intensity of some levels in another" life. Summing >p Fsing clues the @assiopaeans provided, a clearer picture emerged that two races may e9ist, and that, once the Biblical gloss was removed, /ouravieff$s description was accurate. "hey were able to deepen our understanding by situating the pre adamic race within hyperdimensional reality and the /atri9 control system. >et$s look at four points they raised0 "he pre adamic race serve as portals between levels of density. "hey are very efficient machines and "he best ones cannot be

discerned e9cept by long and careful observation. "hey steal energy from souled beings so as to emulate them. "hey make up one half of humanity.

I 8ed 6ill 6ress "here is another very important point to understand before we can go any further0 the two races have been interbreeding for a very, very long time.

'ntermi#ing of the 2aces


It is e9tremely important to understand that the two races have been interbreeding for thousands, if not tens of thousands of years. It is impossible to look at the races on the earth today, the red, the white, the black, or the yellow, and argue that one or the other is this pre adamic and soulless race. 9e cannot speak of groups, nations, tribes, nor peoples who are members of the soulless" race as a group. The )(% of the two races is completely mi#ed, and this is the real meaning of the pollution of the bloodline. #nly those with the appropriate genetic makeup are actually able to accommodate a soul and therefore pursue esoteric work, which means that no color or ethnic group is either e9cluded or has an advantage. @onsider this further. The )(% of these two races is so mi#ed that both can be found within the same families. 'e wish to insist on this point so that the hard of thinking will not accuse us of racism. "he two races are so intermingled that it is a :uestion of the individual genetics of each person on the planet. Bou will notice that the @$s are pointing us in the direction of individuals and away from groups. It is not groupings or classifications, it is the individual aura profile. And this coincides with /ouravieff$s statements on the issue as he remarks here0 +But the mi9ing of chromosomes was already an accomplished fact, so that the hormonal symmetry of the adamics has naturally diminished through the generations until it has become stabili;ed at the point it has now reached. + certain indications in the Gospel lead us to believe that the two human races that coe9ist on the earth are numerically e:ual+ %p. 4C3& 'e repeat0 The )(% of these two races is so mi#ed that both can be found within the same families. &our brother, sister, mother, father, daughter or son. (ot somebody other" across the world or across the street worshipping a different god or with a different skin colour. 't may be somebody you live with every day of your life, and if so, they have but one reason to be here, to drain, distract and deflect souled beings from evolving. "he way back to the activation of the -7A necessary to attain the contact with the higher centres is not through genetic manipulation, which is seeing the :uestion through the A influences. The way back is through the ancient spiritual science, the real work of the alchemists , + which through the heating of the crucible, the neo corte9, rewires the brain so that the ancient and broken connection with the

higher centres can be reestablished. 't is the fusing of the magnetic center" the establishing of the insoluble, the real '". This is genetic modification" seen as a 8" influence. Big difference.*+,

OPs and the 8ig Picture


"hat there e9ists a soulless race, now numbering close to C billion inhabitants of this planet, certainly helps e9plain why the planet is in its current state. "hat this soulless race are portals used by the O- )") to maintain their control over us further e9plains the depth of the manipulations. *+, It seems entirely possible that the function of an #6 has been coopted by Od )") as a feeding tube for them. By this, I mean that the original purpose or function for an #6 may have had nothing at all to do with feeding on the adamic race. *+, It was also said by the @s that #6s recharge their life force energy from a pool, as if they are part of a group soul much in the same way that trees are suggested to be+ But the :uestion is, what is the nature of this bridge between 2nd and Crd density function that #6s were originally intended for=..and in what way was it usurped+ Is it that they are in fact 2nd density souls or parts of a 2- group soul that are inhabiting C- bodies= Again here we see that #rganic portals are not bad or evil in the sense that we might ascribe to them without understanding their nature. 'e can see from the above that their original function was to serve as vehicles for newly evolved 2nd density souls, which, by definition do not, as yet, have integrated souls themselves. (owever, the key word in the above is originally A they were originally part of the bridge between 2nd and Crd density. "his suggests that their function or purpose has been corrupted or usurped and they are now being diverted for some other use+a few words come to mind..energy drain, distraction, confusion, manipulation + %of souled beings&+ *+,/y impression is that #6s are the means for beings in 2- to manifest in C- as a natural part of their growth, the ne9t stage. It would be the first step. But because they were portals, they could be used by O-, too. <specially as they would have no knowledge with which they could protect themselves."here is this from that session0 J0 -o the centers as described by /ouravieff relate at all to the idea of chakras. A0 Juite closely. In an individual of the organic variety, the so called

higher chakras are produced in effect by stealing that energy from souled beings. "his is what gives them the ability to emulate souled beings. "he souled being is, in effect, perceiving a mirror of their own soul when they ascribe soul :ualities to such beings. It occurred to me that this might be the way that an #6 comes into contact with soul energy and is thus able to grow. "his mirroring of the soul which they do might be similar to the process Gurd!ieff discusses when he talks about individuals saying to themselves I A/. "hey are not yet, but by saying this, they are able to begin to act as if. )ouled individuals who are attempting to contact this higher part of themselves pretend they already A/ A please e9cuse the grammar. "hey can do this because they are aware that this higher level e9ists. "hey have this knowledge. "he #6, not having any e9periential clue that a soul e9ists, learns about it through stealing that energy from souled beings. "his would make this process of stealing energy a natural part of the plan of growth, while at the same time creating the e9istence of the door which can be used by O- )") to feed off of this soul energy. I think we are all beginning to see !ust how pervasive this #6 scenario is and how it has been affecting us all down the ages. If knowledge protects is true, perhaps this is one of the biggest e9amples yet. It$s also possibly the most important thing we will ever master A in terms of seeing the unseen. 'e certainly have our work cut out for us.*"he, discussion brought out and developed some interesting ideas0 A. The function of the OP as a bridge. B. Their relationships to soul pools of flora and fauna. 6. The idea that there is nothing here to fi#". The Organic Portal is performing a function in the universe. 't has its place. But the discussion was leaving out one very important function of the #rganic 6ortal which is mentioned above0 their aforementioned coopting by O - )") as a means of draining energy from those who have chosen to work their way out of the /atri9. "his was brought home by a post from /PPP which is worth reading in its entirety. #ne of his arguments is presented this way0 "hey are generic vehicles or portals, in human form, open for use by a variety of forces, which is why they make e9cellent matri9 puppets. It !ust so happens that they$re being used now by O- )") to control C- )") D O- )"# candidates through clapper and vampire functions K keeping us locked into a behavioral pattern matching the orchestrated norm, and being physically close to us to sap our energies and keep us from having enough escape velocity to remove ourselves from the /atri9 @ontrol )ystem$s tug, via development of our magnetic centers."hus we see that the natural function of the #6 of imitation of the soul

energy, the process by which they were able to progress and evolve, assumes a specific character with the )") development stream of collecting the soul energy of souled individuals in order to pass it along the feeding chain to O- )"). "he principal role of the #6 is now to prevent the genuine seeker from advancing along the 'ay. "his is clear when we look at the following0 OPs collect soul energy from souled individuals. This energy is transmitted to C) STS. OPs are intermi#ed in families with souled individuals. 9hen a souled individual makes the commitment to the work," he or she needs to learn to conserve the soul energy for without it the work cannot be done. 9hen one makes a commitment to the work," one comes under attack. This attack" comes from those closest to you/ family and friends. 8>T, when someone is in the process of 0growing$ and strengthening the soul, the :ontrol System will seek to insert even more 0units$ into that person$s life."

)o in many ways, the actual work of learning to discern the A influences from the B influences involves learning to discern the true nature of your relationships in order to conserve your energy from the #6s around you so that you have that energy to grow and strengthen your soul. "his is made clear by /ouravieff when he makes the following comments about understanding the film of your life0 In theory, the film in which a man is born and in which he lives can go on until the end of the world, on condition that he is happy, satisfied with himself, attributing his virtues to himself, and blaming others for his mistakes and misfortunes. 6roperly speaking, this kind of e9istence cannot be considered as humanH it could be described as anthropoid. This term is 1ustified in the sense that e#terior man, immersed in self, satisfaction, represents the crowning achievement of millions of years of evolution of the species from its animal ancestors, yet, from the point of view of esoteric evolution, he is a possibility which has not yet been reali+ed. If we envisage the problem of esoteric evolution from the point of view of the film and the different parts man can play in it, it is clear that this kind of evolution is impossible as long as the film can always be considered as running in the same circle. 6eople who perform in such a film are those we have called anthropoids, puppets, the dead who, in the words of

5esus, Gbelieve themselves to be alive$. ?soteric evolution starts when man, by his conscious efforts, proves capable of breaking the circle and transforming it into an ascending spiral. *Gnosis, Book I, pp 2CO Q, .or those who aspire to be conscious and to learn how to do in the esoteric sense, must step out of their personal film peopled with #rganic 6ortals. It takes two to tango, and generally neither party will find fulfillment. As we have !ust said, man most often comes to this idea of evolution after he has already complicated the film to which he belongs. But true evolution, the !ourney toward the purity of the centres, especially the emotional centre which A at last at the start A is the sole receptacle of GB$ influences, and seat of the magnetic centre, cannot occur while mired in the original film. 6urification of the heart is the sine :ua non condition of success. *Gnosis I, p. 2CM, "he heart cannot grow toward purity while engaged in a dance with #rganic 6ortals.

How %n Organic Portal Diews the Organic 9orld


.ortunately, because the #6 can be intelligent, observant, and analytical, and because they appear to include some of our most famous scientists, they are able to describe for us how they see the world and their interior life very accurately and in great detail. At the bottom of this is perhaps the answer as to the source of one of the most enduring debates of human history i.e. good versus evil. 'hy is it that there is so much strife in the world, why are so many divided over the promotion of war or peace, respect or disrespect, environmental protection or destruction, in short, a purely material self serving outlook or a spiritual serving of others outlook= Perhaps we are getting close to the answer, for the truth would seem to be that there is not and never has been a homogenous we" Ethe human raceF on the planet, we" are not all alike, we" do not see the world in the same way, we" are not 1ust a divided race, we are two different races. It becomes clearer then why most top scientists, in their theories, do not consider the spiritual dimension, or :uickly write off any unconventional theories. "he #6 scientist %and !ust how many #6 scientists there are is discussed further below& has no notion whatsoever of spirit or of the e9istence of higher centres. "hey are incapable of e9periencing these higher centres, and therefore their descriptions of the world are lacking them. And

because they cannot e9perience them, they deny their e9istence for everyone, including for those who are capable of seeing what the #6 is incapable of seeing. In a materialistic world, where #rganic 6ortals are in their 7atural <lement, and )ouled Beings are 7#", with #rganic 6ortal science drawing the boundary between what is true and what is false, there is no place for the (igher realms. It is false compared with the self evident truth of materialism as e9perienced at all levels by the #6. The Organic Portal in his role of scientists is bound to come to a materialistic e#planation for the workings of the universe because that is all they know and are able to see. "his is very clear when we look at the :uestion of consciousness itself. "he answers are very revealing. "he apparent ability of humans to be self aware and the :uestion of consciousness is one that has troubled the minds of philosophers, psychologists, scientists and the odd layperson, too, since time immemorial. "oday more than ever consciousness is one of the most perple9ing problems outstanding in science, and one that reflects on our very nature and relation to reality. 'estern culture has seen various theories put forward as to the nature of human consciousness. /ost of these can be included in one of two main schools of thought, i.e. the materialistic, -arwinist, evolutionaryDsurvival of the fittest approach which proposes that mindDconsciousness is an epiphenomenon which arises on top of material e9istence. .rom this scientific viewpoint the brain is a computer, with neurons and synapses acting as basic switches and bits, and consciousness is thought to emerge as a novel property of comple9 computation. #n the other hand, we have the more spiritually inclined school of thought, which holds the above to be wholly inade:uate in e9plaining the phenomenon %undoubtedly fuelled by various religious teachings and creeds&, and which holds to the concept of an ethereal spirit inhabiting the bodyDmind and e9pressing itself in the form of consciousness and that this is the fundamental aspect of life. #ther schools mi9ing and matching from the two also e9ist. "o this point, it is interesting to look at !ust who are the various e9ponents on opposing sides of the argument. In one camp we have the many scientists and /-s of various disciplines such as the neural -arwinism of <delman and the memes of -ennet and -awkins. In the other camp we find new age gurus and authors and the odd respectable scientist such as -avid @halmers, as well, of course, as the @hurch and the many twisted turns of @hristianity. 9e find there that many OP concepts have been utili+ed to coopt spiritual

truth. 9e find many OPs, imitating souled beings in their spiritual searching," promoting ideas and theories that are fundamentally flawed because they are imitations" of the real thing which the OP can never, by his very nature, perceive accurately. %gain and again, @ can only point to the 8ew %ge 9ovement and popular easy-to swallow pseudo-spiritual half-truths" @n light of the information we ;ust e'amined, could it be possible that certain popular 8ew %ge Gurus, many of them who are millionaires and feed off attention in multiple ways, are in fact O (s, imitating something they are not and do not possesB Be it the successful yoga teacher who has his>her following, marketing him>herself shamelessly or the typical self-help guru on Oprah selling millions of books based on re-washed spiritual half-truths" &he idea of Organic ortals opens up a whole can of worms and .uestions if someone really is who he>she claims to be or ;ust pretends to be" )tartling figures recently released show that Q3R of all medical and scientific papers are published by the same small group of academics, who account for !ust SR of the total number. If we take it as real that our reality is manipulated to a large e9tent, then the logical step to keeping the scientific world under control would be to ensure that it is populated with people that will reflect the views and opinions that suit a specific agenda. The same is true for the spiritual and esoteric world. Cth )ensity STS makes sure that the religions, spiritual concepts, and nearly the entire metaphysical world" is dominated by OPs to keep the cattle in the fence." %s @ mentioned above about the 8ew %ge 9ovement and the popular #Gurus$, this also relates to .uestionable channeled material, which may be transmitted by A- *&* sources" Cor e'ample, claiming to be #&he Galactic Cederation of 0ight$ and coming here to #save$ humanity is in fact disinformation (for more about why higher evolved beings and /&(s would not #save$ us, check out this video! in order to keep the #cattle in the fence$, so to speak, targeting the credulity and wishful thinking of the channel and audience (with the usual emotional hooks!" @n other words, they are #negative$ forces posing as #positive$ ones" #f course not all channeled material is bogus, so discernment is key" &here is much deception coming through the ether and not all channeled material is to be trusted" &his article goes more into that" Indeed, a perfect strategy might be to ensure that top posts are held by organic portals allowing the controllers to rest safely in the knowledge that all mainstream theories and research will have a definite materialistic and non spiritual slant, thus perpetuating the -arwinist evolved monkey clinging to a godless lump of rock spinning in space shtick and keeping those pesky souled beings under their spell. #ne top man with a relatively new a9e to grind is 8ichard -awkins. 8ichard -awkins, while developing the singular theory that humans were the method developed by genes to perpetuate themselves, coined the term meme in

4NTS as a way to describe and validate the idea outlined above, i.e. that consciousness is merely a function of groups of ideas or concepts in our minds. 'hat differs, however, in his interpretation is that it is not the machine that collects and organises data and then takes some predetermined action based on it, rather these memes take on a more hostile attitude and in a virus like way, they invade the human mind %individual and mass& and compete with each other for dominance and, therefore, survival in the fertile ground that is the human neurological network. In the words of -r )usan Blackmore %another chief meme head&0 /emes are ideas, skills, habits, stories or inventions, that are passed from person to person by imitation. >ike genes they compete to get copied, but unlike genes their competition is for space in our memories, and for the chance to get into books, maga;ines and television programmes. "he survivors in this game are the ones we see all around us. 5ust as genes have created our bodies, so memes have created our minds and our cultures. "his e9plains, so the theory goes, our incurably religious nature, our unusual forms of cooperation and altruism, our use of language, and our ability to defy our genes with birth control and genetic engineering. 'e humans, alone on this planet, are meme machines. "he term Gmeme$ %to rhyme with cream or dream& was coined in 4NTS by 8ichard -awkins, in &he *elfish Gene. "he purpose of his book was to e9plain the power and generality of -arwin$s great insight. 'hat -arwin had realised was that a simple mindless process can account for evolution K without a designer. If you have creatures that vary, and if only some of them can survive, and if the survivors pass on to their offspring whatever it was that helped them survive, then the ne9t generation must be better adapted than the firstKand so the process goes on. In more modern terms, if you have variation, heredity and selection, then you must get, as philosopher -an -ennett puts it -esign out of @haos without the aid of /ind.And this inevitable process works on anything that is copiedKnot !ust genes. -an -ennett had this to say about memes and viruses0 -awkins points out that we can think of cultural items, memes, as parasites, too. Actually, they are more like a simple virus than a worm. /emes are supposed to be analogous to genes, the replicating entities of the cultural media, but they also have vehicles, or phenotypesH they are like not so naked genes. "hey are like viruses %-awkins, 4NNC&. As with viruses, there is a phenotypeDgenotype distinction, but !ust barely. Basically, a virus is !ust a string of -7A %or 87A& with attitude. And similarly, a meme is an information packet %the information, not the

vehicle& with attitudeAwith some phenotypic clothing that has differential effects in the world that thereby influence its chances of getting replicated. -an -ennett is one of the most ardent defenders of the theory mind as program, although in -ennett$s theory, the mind is not one program, it is a collection of very simple programs which each do one thing very well. "his is detailed in his book )onsciousness /'plained" -ennett proposes that this collection of programs gives the impression of a unity that is the self, but that this self as unity does not e9ist. )ennett is giving a very accurate description of the way the mind works in an Organic Portal. It is also the way of the mind for an <9ternal /an, that is, the souled man who has not yet begun the work of building his magnetic centre which will permit the balancing and fusion of his three lower centres and the establishment of a permanent link with the higher centres. /ouravieff writes0 'hen we ask someone who lives under this constant pressure of contemporary life to turn his mental vision towards himself, he generally answers that he has not enough time left to undertake such practices. + If he ac:uiesces, he will in most cases say that he sees nothing0 .ogH #bscurity. In less common cases, the observer reports that he perceives something which he cannot define because it changes all the time. "his last observation is correct. <verything is in fact continually changing within us. A minor e9ternal shock, agreeable or disagreeable, happy or unhappy, is sufficient to give our inner content a :uite different appearance. If we follow up this interior observation, this introspection, without pre!udice, we will soon note that our I of which we are so consistently proud, is not always the same self0 the I changes. As this impression becomes more defined we begin to become more aware that it is not a single being who lives within us but several, each having his own tastes, his own aspirations, and each trying to attain his own ends. If we proceed with this e9perience, we will soon be able to distinguish three currents with that perpetually moving life0 that of the vegetative life of the instincts, so to speakH that of the animal life of the feelingsH and lastly that of human life in the proper sense of the term, characteri;ed by

thought and speech. It is as though there were three beings within us, all entangled together in an e9traordinary way. )o we come to appreciate the value of introspection as a method of practical work which permits us to know ourselves and enter into ourselves. "he inner content of man is analogous to a vase full of iron filings in a state of mi9ture as a result of mechanical action. <very shock received by the vase causes displacement of the particles of iron filings. "hus real life remains hidden from the human being due to the constant changes occurring in his inner life.

<ven so, as we shall see later, this senseless and dangerous situation can be modified in a beneficial way. 8ut this re-uires work* conscientious and sustained effort. 'ntrospection carried out relentlessly results in enhanced internal sensibility. "his improved sensibility in its turn intensifies the amplitude and fre:uency of movement whenever the iron filings are disturbed. As a result, shocks that previously were not noticed will now provoke vivid reactions. "hese movements, because of their continuous amplification, can create friction between particles of iron so intense that we may one day feel the interior fire igniting within us.

"he fire must not remain a harmless flare up. 7or is it enough that the fire smolders dormant under the ashes. A live and ardent fire once lit

must be carefully kept alight by the will to refine and cultivate sensitiveness. If it continues in this way, our state can change0 the heat of the flame will start a process of fusion within us.

.rom this point on the inner content will no longer behave like a heap of iron filings0 it will form a block. "hen further shocks will no longer provoke interior change in man as they did previously. (aving reached this point he will have ac:uired a firmnessH he will remain himself in the midst of the tempests to which life may e9pose him. "hus we see that the idea that there is no unitary self is correct from the esoteric point of view. #nly, we go further than -ennett. 'e hold that the possibility to create this self e9ists and that appro9imately Q3R of the population of the earth at this time actually possess the latent resources with which to do this. This work involves being aware of our actions and responses and bringing our programs" to light so that we can reach what lies behind, what is obscured by the many little '"s, the real, unified '". "o further demonstrate the working of the organic portal scientific mind, we have the following from .rancis (eylighen, a research professor at .ree Fniversity of Brussels and editor of the 6rincipia @ybernetica 6ro!ect, an international organi1ation for the collaborative development of an evolutionary-systemic philosophy . In attempting to convince us of the mind as machine theory, he defines this very situation and gives us an insight into and description of the mind and nature of an organic portal. In Is there a (ard 6roblem of @onsciousness he writes0 .irst person e9periences or :ualia are the essentially sub!ective, personal feelings or e9periences that each of us have %e.g. the feeling of redness or cold&, and that cannot be described by words, formulas, programs or any other ob!ective representation. According to some consciousness theorists, such as -avid @halmers, an agent without such :ualia would merely be a ;ombie, a creature that may behave, sense and communicate !ust like a human being, but that would lack the most crucial aspect of consciousness. "he hard problem of consciousness

research then consists in elucidating the nature of first person e9periences. 'e believe that this approach is essentially misguided. If the hypothetical ;ombie behaves in all respects indistinguishable from a person with consciousness, then the principle of the identity of the indistinguishable would force us to conclude that the ;ombie has consciousness. (ow else would we know that the people around us aren$t ;ombies= 'e assume they have conscious e9perience similar to ourselves because they behave in all other respects similar to us. But if you would take this reasoning seriously, then you might start to get nightmarish fantasies in which you are the only real, conscious person in the world, and all the others are merely sophisticated automatons that pretend to be like you.

@onscious human or sophisticated automaton= Have you ever had this nightmarish fantasy" that the world is populated by +ombies 4 9ell, guess what, it isn$t a fantasy. Half the people out there are e#actly that/ sophisticated automatons that pretend to be like you". It is entirely fitting that he uses the term agent %the /atri9 movie anyone=& for the

type of programmed being, be they made from flesh and blood or silicon chips. (e goes on to say0 Agents do not sense the world as if they were impersonal, ob!ective bystanders, that try to internally represent the world as it is, independently of themselves. .or an agent a sensation is meaningful only to the degree that it relates to the agent$s goals, which, in practice, means that it is relevant to the agent$s individual survival. (eylighen is describing the predator$s mind. "his is startlingly close to the actual real life scenarios of psychopath$s behavior and thinking that are presented in @leckely$s book "he /ask of )anity. "he author concludes0 @onsciousness is not some mysterious substance, fluid, or property of matter, but a level of organi;ation emerging from abstract processes and relations. 6eople who search for consciousness in elementary particles %a form of panpsychism that has been suggested as a way to tackle the hard problem&, because they cannot otherwise e9plain where the consciousness in our brain comes from, are misguided. "heir intuition may be correct insofar that particles, !ust like any other system, should be seen as relations rather than !ust as clumps of matter. But to attribute consciousness to these e9tremely simple types of relations is merely a way to evade the really hard, but solvable, problem of reconstructing the comple9 cybernetic organi;ation of the human mind in all its details and subtleties. (ere we have seen the #rganic 6ortal view of themselves. 9hether or not the individuals named are Organic Portals is not the issue. They may be souled individuals who have not yet been able to see behind the lie of the Personality. %s long as that has not happened, souled individuals will function and see the world and themselves as if they were Organic Portals. But it is clear that this manner of e9plaining consciousness is limited, e9plaining only that particular form of consciousness manifested by the 6ersonality A the e9terior man. It can describe the functioning of the #6 or the e9terior manH it can not do !ustice to the consciousness of the )eeker engaged in the work of fusion to seat the soul. 9e ne#t look at the -uestion of creativity. 'e have seen that the #6 learns through imitation. /eme theory posits that memes spread through imitation. And works of art, books, music, scientific ideas, all of these forms of creation, are merely the spreading of memes. A creator is someone who takes memes and finds new ways of putting them together, of

arranging and rearranging. But nothing is ever really created. "his is because the moving centre of the #rganic 6ortal, unable to draw energy from the higher emotional and intellectual centres which do not e9ist for him. His creativity in the form of love" is limited in its functioning to carnal love. /ouravieff writes0 It is important to remember that A e9cept of course for adamic man A every creature taking part in organic >ife on <arth, whether it has one centre to its psyche, two, or three as in the man of the 1Ith day *the organic portal,, has only one higher centre. Indeed, on the hylic plane, the se9ual centre is analogous to the higher emotional and higher intellectual centres, since it is by nature and structure whole, that is, indivisible. <9cept when its energy is usurped by the three centres of the 6ersonality, the se9ual centre in its direct function, which is carnal love, has a goal that is well defined by the words0 Be fruitful, and multiply. In other words, in a healthy organism, this centre, like the higher emotional and intellectual centres, knows neither doubt, nor hesitation, nor sadness, which is :uite the opposite with what is too often the case with the three lower centres. *Gnosis, Book III, p. 4OC., "he special function of the se9ual centre in souled beings is e9plained further by the @$s0 J0 -oes the recharging of the souled being come from a similar pool, only maybe the human pool= A0 7o A it recharges from the so called se9ual center which is a higher center of creative energy. -uring sleep, the emotional center, not being blocked by the lower intellectual center and the moving center, transduces the energy from the se9ual center. 't is also the time during which the higher emotional and intellectual centers can rest from the drain" of the lower centers$ interaction with those pesky organic portals so much loved by the lower centers. "his respite alone is sufficient to make a difference. But, more than that, the energy of the se9ual center is also more available to the other higher centers. J0 .rom where does the so called se9ual center get I") energy= A0 The se#ual center is in direct contact with @th density in its feminine" creative thought of Thou, ' 3ove." "he outbreath of God in the relief of constriction. 6ulsation. Fnstable Gravity 'aves. "rue creativity comes from this connection with Tth density in its Gfeminine$ creative thought of G"hou, I >ove$ in its con!ugation with the higher emotional

and intellectual centers. Thus the souled individual is able to create" in the sense of manifesting something new through his or her thought and the connection to @th )ensity. This is a profound process for it ties us directly to the :reator", to the One. "he organic portal, when seeking to define this genuine creative impulse, is obliged to fall back upon the idea of the meme, of imitation. >ook at -ennett describe the creative act0 "his is a new way of thinking about ideas. It is also, I hope to show, a good way, but at the outset the perspective it provides is distinctly unsettling, even appalling. 'e can sum it up with a slogan0 A scholar is !ust a library$s way of making another library. I don$t know about you, but I am not initially attracted by the idea of my brain as a sort of dungheap in which the larvae of other people$s ideas renew themselves, before sending out copies of themselves in an informational -iaspora. It does seem to rob my mind of its importance as both author and critic. 'ho is in charge, according to this visionAwe or our memes= "here is, of course, no simple answer. 'e would like to think of ourselves as godlike creators of ideas, manipulating and controlling them as our whim dictates, and !udging them from an independent, #lympian standpoint. But even if this is our ideal, we know that it is seldom if ever the reality, even with the most masterful and creative minds. As /o;art famously observed of his own brainchildren0 'hen I feel well and in a good humor, or when I am taking a drive or walking after a good meal, or in the night when I cannot sleep, thoughts crowd into my mind as easily as you would wish. 'hence and how do they come= I do not know and I have nothing to do with it. "hose which please me I keep in my head and hum themH at least others have told me that I do so. /o;art is in good company. 8are is the novelist who doesn$t claim characters who take on a life of their ownH artists are rather fond of confessing that their paintings take over and paint themselves, and poets humbly submit that they are the servants or even slaves to the ideas that teem in their heads, not the bosses. And we all can cite cases of memes that persist unbidden and unappreciated in our own minds. 3et us look at this notion of where do creative ideas come from4" 'n the ?#ternal =an, that is, the souled individual who has yet to begin the work of forming the magnetic centre, there is a connection, albeit veiled, with the higher centres. 8ecause it is veiled, ideas" which are able to pierce the veil will have the appearance of appearing from nowhere." They may well be genuinely creative

acts, however, the Personality is unaware of this. "he arrival of a meme in the mind of the organic portal will also have the appearance of appearing from nowhere, but in this case, there is no veil that has been pierced, no higher centre from which it has received nourishment. Because the #6 and the souled individual who has yet to begin esoteric work are describing the same surface features of an event A the creative act K they may well confound the genuine creative act with the mere propagation of the meme. "hus, creation, our connection with Tth density in its Gfeminine$ creative thought of G"hou, I >ove$, is reduced to mere imitation and emptied of its e9pression of >ove. If every creative act is an e9pression of >ove, and every act of imitation is not, we can see clearly that we live in a world without >ove.

'dentifying OPs
(aving come to the reali;ation that there are C billion #rganic 6ortals in the world, discussion at the Juantum .uture )chool turned to (ow do we identify them= This is not easy, as their primary talent is that of imitation, of mimicry. As we saw in the section on where they fit in the #rganic world, it is through imitation that they are able to begin the process of developing their own souls. "his ability to mimic must therefore be an integral part of their character. "o progress, they must be good at it. "his implies that the best #6s will be the best mimics, the ones best able to mimic being souled. (owever, the internal structure of the OP is missing the higher centres, having only the three lower centres which form the Personality, the '" of the small '"s, and the '" of the body, and a se#ual centre cut off from the other higher centres. A study of the following passage by /ouravieff gives indications on how a careful study of the inner dynamic of people can separate the good seed from the tares. "he adamic man who has even a vague consciousness of his real GI$ finds that this is a source of internal conflict that he cannot solve on a purely human plane. "his conflict becomes more acute from the moment he actively enters esoteric work. 't is then that he becomes weak and falls a prey to uncertainty, doubt, and mistrust towards himself, for the road that leads to Truth always passes through doubts. "hroughout this work, we have seen several times the considerable sum of efforts and superefforts that are demanded of the adamic man, who, after having recogni;ed his position in life, resolutely crosses the .irst "hreshold and climbs the staircase to attain and pass the )econd "hreshold with its promised 8edemption. *Gnosis, Book III, pp. 4C4 4C2, So the first indication of an Organic Portal is a lack of internal conflict and

resulting doubt." There are people who never doubt their thoughts or what they are told or what they have chosen to believe. 7o matter the circumstances, the failures or set backs, these people are unassailed by self :uestioning or :uestioning of the system. (ow many of you reading this site were prompted to do so because of a feeling of conflict or doubt about what was out there and what some intuition or inner knowing was suggesting= "he character /orpheus sums it up pretty well in "he /atri90 Bou are here because you know something. An #6 does not have this inner conflict, they do not react to evidence of more to life than material e9istence. But even if the #6 is not beset with this type of doubt, they can and do have a form of inner conflict that is 6ersonality based. /ouravieff e9plains0 6re adamics are not sub!ect to these fits of anguish and these permanent inner conflictsH not that they live in perfect peace, or are never troubled by conflicts far from it but in most cases their conflicts take place in the interior of the Personality, between different groups of the little 0'$s which produce these conflicts. As a result, the character of the conflicts is purely psychic, and they are generally resolved by some kind of compromise. "he more acute conflicts that take place in pre adamic man occur between the GI$ of the 6ersonality and the GI$ of the body. 'e have dwelt at length on this sub!ect in volume II of Gnosis, emphasi;ing the fact that the GI$ of the body usually wins over the weak, changing 6ersonality, which capitulates without much of a struggle whenever it is a :uestion of satisfying the stomach or the se9ual appetites. Gustification is then sought in slogans such as those which allow us to think that it is normal to 0act like everyone else,$ or in a ma+e of parado#ical reasons that are simply lies to oneself. *Gnosis, Book III, p. 4C2, "he inner conflicts of the #rganic 6ortal are not about his relationship to the world in the sense of his fundamental Being in this world. (e cannot become preoccupied by such :uestions, because they arise from the influence of the real GI$. "here can be no contradiction between the #rganic 6ortal and his Being in this world because he is fully #. this world, he is the e9pression of it as a material realm.

"he souled individual, however, is different, having fallen into this world, retaining a memory of the higher worlds which come to him through the real I. The tension between this re,mind,er" of his true nature from the real '" and the fallen nature of his Personality is what creates the potential for esoteric work, is what creates the grounds for the heating of the crucible as the two enter into conflict. *"he conflict described in alchemical te9ts, the tests of the ?night on the Juest for the Grail., But the inner conflicts of adamic man, who often enters esoteric work because he has reached the last e9tremity of moral bankruptcy, cannot be resolved by compromise, as there is no place for this kind of solution in the consciousness of the real GI$ from which he receives his calls. In him, it is the ensemble formed by the entire 6ersonality, with the GI$ of the body, an ensemble which, directly or indirectly, is often made to act by the se9ual centre, which flees from the voice of conscience, i.e. of the real GI$. (e then has a choice, either to obey his real GI$ and triumph over himself, or to flee from this invisible @ombat into self calming and powerful illusions offered by a life of lying to himself. In every case, if he triumphs over himself, which is what will enable the adamic man to resolve the inner conflict of the moment, this will inevitably involve a modification of his attitude towards outer life. Generally, the result will be conflict with those closest to him, unless the latter follow him step by step in his esoteric evolution, which is rare. This does not mean that those who are near and dear to him wish him any ill* on the contrary, it is nearly always his good that they have in view/ the conflict arises simply from their different conceptions of what is real. 'f those who surround the individual in -uestion are pre, adamic, they could never agree with him, being incapable of understanding the reasons for his change of attitude and unable to grasp the nature of the end he pursues. They will automatically become the instruments of the !eneral 3aw, which makes sure that those who step out of line are brought back into the fold. This is how 0a man$s foes shall be of his household.$ *Ibid., /ouravieff describes the situation for the )eeker, but only hints at the activity of the @ontrol )ystem when he mentions the General 0aw or A influences. "he @$s have said, in the session :uoted above, the )ontrol *ystem will seek to insert even more Dunits( into that person(s life" 'e have also seen how the #rganic 6ortal$s natural role has been coopted by O- )"). "his would imply that the problems arising from different conceptions of what is real will be used, magnified, and

stoked to the wildest proportions imaginable by the conscious activities of the @ontrollers as they seek to feed themselves and prevent the )eeker from walking the 'ay. 6re adamic man cannot be sub!ect to inner or domestic conflicts of this kind. (e rarely receives GB$ influences. If he vaguely senses their e9istence, they only appear as a curiosity to his eyes and do not have the power to trouble him right down to the depths of his psyche. In him, the se9ual centre reigns supreme, whether by its direct action that takes the form of carnal love *i.e. for the sake of reproduction,, or by an indirect, Gpsychological$, action of the psyche to which his 6ersonality submits. 3ike adamic man$s, his Personality contains three lower centres, but that is all. ?-ually underdeveloped and unbalanced, but sheltered from the troubles provoked by the 08$ influences, this Personality lives and acts obedient to the commands of the se#ual centre. 7othing within him withstands the latter, which is known in contemporary language as temperament. In the arena of the Ge9terior$ life of human society, dominated by the GA$ influences, the adamic man who has crossed the .irst "hreshold proves to be weaker than his pre adamic counterpartH and the greater the strength he ac:uires during his progress on the )taircase, the greater is his weakness when faced with life. *Gnosis, Book III pp. 4C2 4CC, "his last comment gives another clue. "he pre adamic being is I7 his or her environment in a way that an adamic being is not. "he world with its A influences holds great attraction. The activity of the se#ual center seeks gratification in a world more and more se#ually charged through media and open displays of se#ual imagery. The '" of the body can e#ist happily on the level of a basic animal e#istence governed by the lower centers, but the developing real '" in the process of activating the higher centers cannot. And throughout it all, the soulless being doesn$t feel uncomfortable, unless they have been caught up in the brainwashing of @hurch, etc., intended to control the souled. 'e see also that the organic portal will not react to B influences %which are evidence of a greater or spiritual reality& when they intrude upon his daily life but will rather :uickly seek to dismiss them. *+, After a certain period of time, we reali;ed that there was something much deeper than !ust simply bald faced lying, theft and general spiritual corruption going on out there in 7ew Age land. *+,

)o, we moved to another area of study0 @leckley. And he does, indeed, talk about some psychopaths who have never gone over the line in social terms. "hey are successful doctors, lawyers, even psychiatrists+ * not to forget politicians and world leaders, 'hat we now suspect is that there is an even more covert layer of the onion on this sub!ect0 the effective and efficient #rganic 6ortal. "he 6<8.<@" /ask of )anity. 8ut more than that/ the perfect =ask of :onsciousness. If we accept, as /ouravieff describes, that the #rganic 6ortal has the possibility of moving forward in his own evolution during the ne9t cycle, moving from pre adamic to adamic, and if we also admit that the current cycle is approaching its end, there is the following possibility. 'e are living in the period when a certain number of #6s have achieved an imitation of the souled being which is so realistic, so developed, that they can only come back as adamic beings. "hey can not evolve any further within these bodies. This forces the Seeker to develop his or her discernment, to refine it continually in order to see" finer and finer degrees of manipulation happening around and to us. It will heat the crucible to higher and higher temperatures, creating in turn the conditions of liberation. *In this current time of transition, the end of the Grand @ycle, it becomes important for adamic man to wake up and consciously engage in esoteric work through conscious efforts, in order to align with the -ivine 6lan and rectify the UerrorU. At the same, if adamic man develops as he should % fusing the magnetic center to establish the permanent real UIU&, pre adamic man will take the place of adamic man, granting him the possibility of esoteric evolution. If adamic man fails to do so, Uthe -eluge of .ire awaits usU , as /ouravieff pointed out, the way down into <ntropy, the dark side of @reator, 7on Being, as mentioned in the beginning of this blog. "he choice to be made is in each single one of us. 7o one can do the work for another, nor can any UsaviorsU.,

Summing >p
>et$s pull together the various threads and weave a tapestry which illustrates our current situation. By going for the gold, that is, desiring to e9periment with physicality, our consciousness unit fell from its state of grace, that is, a C- )"# e9istence in a semiDsort of O- state aligned with O- )"# into a C- )") world already populated with an anthropoid race who served as organic portals, the bridge linking 2nd -ensity to Crd -ensity. Having fallen, and thereby losing awareness of its connection to the higher centers, the souled race was in no way different

from the anthropoid race when seen from the e#terior. He differed only in having the potential to reconnect with the higher centers by developing the magnetic center. "he -7A which seated these higher centers was burned away A disconnected and dispersed in the cell structure. (owever, the ability to get it back remains. "his Crd -ensity )") world in which Adamic man awoke was not his natural habitat. It is the world of the anthropoids, the meat puppets, the dead. 't is a farm run and controlled by C) STS to provide their nourishment. 't is the world of the three lower centers and a se#ual center limited to a role of procreation through carnal love. 't is a world organi+ed on the basis of hunger, se#, and fear. "he souled race came into this world and became part of it, interbreeding with the native race until the genetic pool became thoroughly mi9ed. (ow, the two races are so mi#ed that they can both be found within the same family. /ore than that, the models we are taught and forced to internali;e are based upon the natural inhabitant of this realm, the #rganic 6ortal. "hus, material e9planations are the norm. "he inner life of the #rganic 6ortal, cut off from the higher centres, is the norm. Should we then be surprised that we live in a world which is more and more mechanical," which treats individuals as units," where creativity" is the replication of e#isting ideas as in a production line, where franchising" and branding" are so important in the economic world, where democracy is a multiple choice test every few years rather than the creative input of individuals into the organi+ation of their lives, where people who see" other beings, other worlds, are shipped off into prison camps for the mentally disturbed", where culture consists of endless copies of the same product with slight modifications to fool the consumer that it is something new" and revolutionary". And on and on it goes. And it is all organi;ed to prevent B#F from advancing, to distract B#F, to keep B#F concerned with a husband, wife, mother, father, daughter or son who is beyond your ability to save because he or she cannot be saved K they are fundamentally different from you, they do not have the -7A which would allow a soul to seat so as to enable an understanding of the possibility of a higher life. 'orse, they are draining you of vital energy and thus denying you any chance of developing your magnetic centre, with the final destination of this energy being O)"). It feeds and maintains the /atri9. In these interactions, you are nothing but a battery and the organic portals in your life are the feeding tubes. Bou need that energy to advance. It is yours, and it is your right to claim and retain it. But to do so, you must stop this dance of death with the #rganic 6ortals in your life.

'n a very real and important sense, determining the nature of our relationships 'S the very process of discerning %" influence and 8" influences. 't is the most important work we can do. 'e can accomplish 7#"(I7G else without doing this first. Bou cannot be une:ually yoked. Bou cannot serve two masters. Instead of labeling definitively the more subtle cases of #6s, maybe it is better to focus on identifying within ourselves how much energy is being drained in any interaction. "his can be done I think. And this is the crucial distinction that needs to be made. 'hen we discern that our energy is being drained in an interaction+ we are then faced with a very difficult situation especially if the #6 in our lives is of the type that is not overtly defective, so to say. It may be a doggie type that is very nice to have around most of the time, though demanding and draining. .or e9ample0 if we are in a relationship where we feel we need to get away now and then to recharge or something, but in most other respects, the relations are satisfactory, we may be involved with an #6 that is very subtle and good in terms of draining our energy off. 't may take years to reali+e that we are really getting nowhere in terms of spiritual growth, even if we do sort of manage to hold the line" with our regular getaways" or other coping mechanisms we develop in our relations. 'e are very happy to be working to leave the Crd -ensity )") 6lanet <arth to its original inhabitants. It must be as difficult for them as it is for us to continue to cohabit the same world with such diametrically opposed points of view on how the universe works and in which direction we should be working. 'e wish them well in the ne9t @ycle. KKKKKKKKKKKKA "he )plitting is already happening for "he 'ave is approaching. As the cycle closes there is the opportunity for adamic man, souled humans with access to the higher centers, to graduate or ascend into a higher state of Being, activating the full -7A. (owever it doesn$t happen by itself, nor by bathing in the 6hoton belt, meditating on >ove and 6eace, focusing on positive thoughts or creating one$s reality by following the desires of the false I, the personality, the A influences and world of the #rganic portal. @onscious efforts are needed, gaining knowledge and applying it, separating truth from lies in oneself and in the world, activating the higher centers through esoteric work, so the fire can ignite the transmutation of >ead into Gold, fusing the /agnetic @enter, the (oly Grail, the 6ath of Ascension, which leads from carnal love to courtly >ove of the Absolute. "his is the work to be done for the ones who are called to awaken and there are forces that do not wish that to happen, using

#rganic 6ortals to work through as well as many other traps and temptations the General >aw %or (yperdimensional /atri9 @ontrol )ystem& puts into the path of the seeker to divert himDher in order not to lose its food source. It$s a spiritual war and we need to be discerning in our relationships, who we engage with, the spiritual and new age teachings we come across and so on. 'ithout discernment and mastering our I, no spiritual progress and ultimately no ascension.

"he topic of #rganic 6ortals is deep and far reaching. #ne must not to come to hasty conclusions, assumptions or !udgments. 'e all are #rganic 6ortals to one degree or another as the predator and matri9 works through all of us until we make the effort to gain self knowledge and work on fusing our higher centers that connect us to our higher self in a conscious way, dislodging our programs and conditioned, mechanical behaviors so we$re able to use our will in a conscious and awake manner. "hat is the basis for true free will. G"hink for a moment, and tell me how you would e9plain the contradiction between the intelligence of man the engineer and the stupidity of his systems of beliefs, or the stupidity of his contradictory behavior. )orcerers believe that the predators have given us our systems of beliefs, our ideas of good and evil, our social mores. "hey are the ones who set up our hopes and e9pectations and dreams of success or failure. "hey have given us covetousness, greed and cowardice. It is the predators who make us complacent, routinary, and egomaniacal. G -on 5uan /atus

In the words of >aura ?night 5adc;yk from "he )ecret (istory of the 'orld0 *..., a ma!or part of our esoteric work is to learn to e9tricate ourselves from the energy feeding dynamic inherent in relationships with #rganic 6ortals. /oreover, because those who have the higher centers in potential are sub!ect to the same programming and are mechanical, reaction units until they undertake the work to develop their higher centers, the same thing holds true in our interactions and dynamics with them. 9e are all feeders until we learn to stop our feeding off of others and how to stop others from feeding off of us. ?soteric work demands enormous amounts of energy, and this energy is the energy off of which others feed. In order to progress in esoteric work, it is fundamental to understand this underlying dynamic of feedingH it is pointless and dangerous to attempt to identify and to classify individuals as organic portals because we are all #6s until we choose to be otherwise. To turn a tool for understanding the true terror of our situation in this world of the fallen into a weapon against individuals is to empty it of its spiritual importance and render it a tool of our enslavement in the material world, the same process that has occurred to all of the world$s religions during the course of our unhappy history. A true understanding of the organic portal and the world in which we live gives us the knowledge necessary for getting out alive, whether that is literally or whether it is !ust being alive to our true nature as souls locked in material bodies in order to learn important lessons that only this world can teach. 9e can no more hate those who have no access to the higher truths because of who they are than we can hate the cat who plays with the mouse prior to killing and eating it.