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On Death and Dying – 1

April 12, 2020


Let’s start from the very Ending. Shall we?

In this time of so much fake death, fake NUMBers of deaths via the great viR-US, let us examine that other bookend of our lives.

Birth, in the modern age is fraught with stress, hospitals, sonograms, epidurals and all manner of un-natural-ness. A topic for a whole other series of thought.

But from that moment, the abject fear of Death drives us. That fear is first in the minds of our families, while we, little innocent bundles of pure life, know nothing of it’s impending arrival in our consciousness. We leap, jump, fall…. put our hands in the mouths of dogs, reach out to snakes, go to any edge un-fearingly… death is a blip in the midst of so much LIFE force.

And from there the balance begins to shift. Slowly but inexorably. Life peters away and death takes on the mantle.

And so we become obsessed with Sex, because only it can create anew that fresh, un-afraid life force of a child.

Thus sex steals our life-force and conditioning teaches us that past a certain age, sickness, disease and death is inevitable, just like taxes.

Such a lie, monstrous but “true” in our deeply conditioned reality.

So how is it really supposed to be?

Look at the word and if a thought strikes you, tell me….

And we’ll talk about death again.

Meanwhile… See…




Stay clear, clean up/in/out…

Much love all around,


Image may contain: 1 person, beard, possible text that says 'Kabir Many have died; you also will die. The drum of death is being beaten. The world has fallen in love with a dream. Only sayings of the the wise will remain. AZ QUOTES'

Image may contain: one or more people and beard, possible text that says 'Rumi This place is a dream. Only a sleeper considers it real. Then death comes like dawn, and you wake up laughing at what you thought was your grief. AZ QUOTES'

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  1. Laura Mae Wall permalink
    April 12, 2020 2:40 pm

    Stay healthy and well, my friend.

    • April 12, 2020 2:57 pm

      Hey Laura, I was thinking of you just yesterday, wondering how you were. Let’s catch up in real time? Big hugs!

  2. Stephen permalink
    April 13, 2020 12:05 pm

    Well, how goes the ‘Plandemic’ in India (or wherever you are). Here is America, the deception that is ‘Covid-19’ runs so deep, yet it is so strikingly obvious that you would have to be seriously stupid to miss it. But sadly, the USA has made it its business to produce stupid for the last 30 years or so. And our President? Well, I have not decided if he is in on the scheme or just a useful idiot that can be bambuzzled by NIH and CDC ‘numbers.’ I think the latter. In the interim, Wall Street is getting the pay day of its life! After over-leveraging garbage assets for over 10 years, the ‘bail outs’ would make even a billionaire blush! The FED is now free to buy almost all matter of garbage ‘financial instruments’, including junk bonds, distressed corporate debt, and various non-government issued bonds that have little or no value. AND, the Fed purchases the garbage at ‘market’ rates. Very nifty wealth transfer!!

    In the interim, the working classes are under a soft house arrest with very little complaint – so far. Is there any good news?? Yes, some of the people are starting to figure out the scam. I mean, some Americans did figure out 911, so they have some experience in false flags and scams. I suspect the lockdown will end within a month or so less the herd starts to stampede, but the damage has been done. The ramifications of massive wealth transfer, house arrest, and the rearrangement of an economic system will bring depression, and possibly civil war. I am not sure about the rest of the world, but no one should expect the USA or China to be ‘engines of growth’ in the future. Oh well, I am thinking positive for now. Perhaps a better world ultimately? I am skeptical, but mildly optimistic.

    Hey Vivek. Good call on the sex part. It only took me 50+ years to learn that sex was just a waste of life force and contributed to all manner of problems. I am happy to be celibate now and at least rebuilding my life force. I much prefer the joy of a Yogi. Ok people, don’t get too caught up in the plandemic. It’s all BS!!

    • April 16, 2020 9:27 am

      Nice Stephen, conserve that vital energy, much needed for the times, now and ahead.
      As for India and covidiousness, we’re all in the sHame boat brother. We are being made to pay for our collective sins of omission and comission. No one is right or wrong, we all just are. Sides and soul contracts were made long ago, this is the climax.
      Balance is key at this time, perhaps more than ever…. ignore the noose and talking heads… 🙂

  3. Debbie permalink
    April 13, 2020 2:26 pm

    I refuse to be afraid and I also believe more and more are waking up to the truth about this virus and many other things. I’m watching and waiting to see how this plays out, which timeline is going to gain momentum. My life hasn’t changed much. I still go to work and still enjoy my time at home. Also, Tony has found his passionate voice about this having given up when he couldn’t wake up anyone regarding Fukushima. Please take a listen to this youtube video here: and he’s also written a blog article for the first time in six years.

    Sending you love and confidence as we all travel these days together.

    • April 16, 2020 9:25 am

      Aha, Hatrick Penry is back. Good for him. Fukushima was a fake false flag anyways. There is no such thing as nuclear power/radiation/bombs etc. I’ll definitely look up his video and blog. Meanwhile, you stay strong, it’s all good…

  4. Anna permalink
    April 13, 2020 3:04 pm

    If we weren’t taught to fear death, what would we be taught in its stead? To welcome and look forward to death? That its the ultimate orgasm? Would this lead to everyone voluntarily ending their lives as soon as “life” starts getting uncomfortable? How would Humanity evolve and progress, if this were the case? Along with a “love” of (or, at least, fear-free acceptance of) death, should we also be taught that we incarnate over and over again until we complete our “purpose” as a human being? Wouldn’t that be a better deterrent to early self-destruction than to threaten “eternal damnation,” whatever the hell that means? These are all just stories, to anyone who cannot remember dying before, which includes me. How to judge one story any more worthy of believing than any other?

    • April 16, 2020 9:23 am

      So many questions Anna, all good ones. This is a series, so I hope most get answered as we go along. The key, as always is the breath, without which we are, obviously, dead. Breathe slowly…

      • Anna permalink
        April 20, 2020 2:46 pm

        That intuitively seems like a very good suggestion, V. For one thing, breathing slowly at least initially requires breathing *consciously*, and this certainly cannot be a bad thing.

        I, for one, look forward to the development of this series on death.

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