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Genesis, the Lucifer Experiment, and why Humans are Special: As Written by JRR Tolkien

I have always been a huge fan of Lord of the Rings, the Hobbit, and practically everything to do with Middle Earth. It’s always seemed to me like there was something “more” going on than meets the eye.

There’s something about the way it’s all set up that just feels like it’s all a metaphor for the expansion and growth of consciousness and the earth changes that are happening on this planet right now… And I know that i’m not the only one who feels that way.

And though I’m speaking “as if” that “might” be true, I now have the information that demonstrates not only is it so TOTALLY true, but it’s digestible in a really easy to understand format.

I’ve read the Hobbit and Lord of the Rings, but I have yet to make my way to the Silmarillion… Now, I think that’s the next book on my list.

What you’re about to see is totally going to blow your mind.

Okay, so i’m sure at least half of you are like googly-eyed with awe right now, and It’s probably fair to say that for the other half, it might not have clicked just yet. That’s okay, I’m going to help build some connections for you now.

In that video it describes a single all-creative entity known as “Eru Iluvatar”. Who exists by itself in void space all alone. Being so lonely, he creates a mass of angels to keep him company and spend eternity with in harmony and grace.

Does that sound familiar at all? 

This entity mirrors the mythos of God from the Christian Genesis and all of the creation tales from around the planet, from Egyptian, to Mayan, Indian, Sumerian, and others.

Right out of the Gate, Tolkien is literally using his storytelling ability to weave a new means of telling the same story, the story of Spirit, and how the cosmos came into being. The same story that we discussed in Spirit Science 6.

Now, along in this story there also comes this evil dude Melkor, who was one of the most powerful Valar that was created who didn’t want to sing and play in harmony. He wanted to play his own song, and so he did – creating discord and evil across the cosmos.

The story of Melkor is a perfect representation of the story of Lucifer. The Lucifer experiment, if you recall from the Human History Movie, was about a particular consciousness connected to the All who didn’t want to play the same boring song. He wanted to be his own rockstar, and so he split himself off from the God-Source-Consciousness-Field and did his own thing, creating chaos and destruction in its wake.

You can also read more about this in the Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life – Vol 1&2.

Along with all of these descriptions comes a beautiful telling of the power of Human-kind, and why they are “different” than that of the other races. Although we haven’t literally met elves and dwarves in this dimension, you can see the connection between how creations in nature are so “apart of nature” that they don’t really divert away from it to explore what they are truly capable of. Tree’s don’t start building cars, porcupines haven’t mastered time travel… at least… I don’t think they have…

Joking aside, that’s what makes humans so special, is that we have the ability to create beyond what nature has set out for us. We can take pieces of nature and put it together in new ways. We can build things, expand our consciousness, and grow to become higher forms of consciousness until we all become Eru-Iluvitars and create the next universe to come.

How crazy would that be?


Life begins at the edge of your Comfort Zone

meditationguyThe question I want to ask you today echoes throughout the halls of history. Tis not “What are we to do with death”, but “What are we to do with Life?”

Life exists in individual moments, and it’s up to us to make sure that those moments are vast, interconnected, and grand. The story of the Heroes Journey is the archetype of the “main character” so to speak, having the experience of not only adventure, but personal transformation and growth.

Life is about Transcending Limitations, because where life truly begins is at the edge of your comfort zone, where you step beyond what you know and into something new and foreign to you.


Turn your life into a piece of moving art. By becoming the narrative player in your life, you become the main character, and essentially the God of your own life.

And just a heads up, If you are “Player 1″ in this video game of life, just remember, so is everyone else. ;)

With love,


An inspiring vision of the future you simply MUST see!

What you are about to see is an absolutely magnificent rendition of a piece by Carl Sagan – synthesized together with amazing visuals of human kinds exploration into our very solar system.

We are amazing creatures, and with willpower and inspiration, we can do anything.

For all its material advantages, the sedentary life has left us edgy, unfulfilled. Even after 400 generations in villages and cities, we haven’t forgotten. The open road still softly calls, like a nearly forgotten song of childhood. We invest far-off places with a certain romance. This appeal, I suspect, has been meticulously crafted by natural selection as an essential element in our survival. Long summers, mild winters, rich harvests, plentiful game—none of them lasts forever. It is beyond our powers to predict the future. Catastrophic events have a way of sneaking up on us, of catching us unaware. Your own life, or your band’s, or even your species’ might be owed to a restless few—drawn, by a craving they can hardly articulate or understand, to undiscovered lands and new worlds.

Herman Melville, in Moby Dick, spoke for wanderers in all epochs and meridians: “I am tormented with an everlasting itch for things remote. I love to sail forbidden seas…”

Maybe it’s a little early. Maybe the time is not quite yet. But those other worlds— promising untold opportunities—beckon.

Silently, they orbit the Sun, waiting.

Thanksgiving Adventures and the Spirit Science Hack

Well, its Thanksgiving. That time of year when people gather together to be thankful for the many wonders in their lives, everything from each other to the exciting happenings that they’ve been creating or has been created for them by others.

thanksgivingcharliebrownOr at least, that’s what supposed to be happening. I know things are a little different lately. There appears to be more people camping out in front of wal-mart and best-buy in anticipation of black friday than gathering together to genuinely commune with each other. And I suppose that’s okay in small doses, I mean have you seen those curved samsung tv’s? They’re pretty cool!  Would love to use that as a monitor for making spirit science. (or at the very least trying out the new smash brothers on it >__>)

At any rate, i’m spending my thanksgiving up by mount shasta trying to find a mountain cabin to live in for the winter whilst making some brand new cartoons and such. I wanna make you guys something epic for christmas, and I think we’ve found a pretty rad spot too!

More on that later, I wanted to take this day to make an article about the recent happenings on the Spirit Science facebook page, thanksgiving, and perhaps more importantly – what i’m thankful for.


This image was made by a spirit science user in an attempt to thwart the hacker plot!

If you keep up to date on facebook, you might have noticed that 2 days ago (November 25th/2014) there was a surge of random, bizarre, and offensive posts on the spirit science facebook page. In absolute relentless succession no less. To be clear, it wasn’t us – we were hacked.

But what does this have to do with Thanksgiving you might ask?

Well, as fate would have it – we have an incredible user-base following spirit science. I was blown away by the sheer volume of supporters and active users jumping on to call out the hackers, keep everyone informed, messaging Facebook about the issue, and even taunt the hackers. (you guys are so cool!). 

Someone actually made THIS picture and users were sharing it like nobodies business.


It was incredible to watch. I felt very supported by all of you. Continue reading


Life Lessons from a Giant Rock Golem

What you’re about to see is a perfect example of the way the world works, and how having respect and treating each other with care and love can completely alter the experiences we have.

Instead of tell you all about it, I will direct your eyes to this amazing video now to see exactly what I’m talking about.

See what I mean?


Okay yeah, it was the golems fault in the first place, but he should have the opportunity to remedy it once the tower fell. But before even a chance to apologize, or make things right – and after demonstrating the efforts he would go to to stop a major catastrophe, he is only met with violence and aggression.

Why does it have to be that way?

I think the only thing that would have made this even more meaningful, if it was humans doing some mining experiment at the top of the mountain. If it was humans that caused the giant rock to hurdle toward their town and the giant saved them, only to be attacked and aggressed upon… well, I suppose regardless the outcome is the same.

After a while you just feel like “Alright, if that’s how you’re going to act, then i’m going over here, and you guys get whatever you get.”

I think this must be why we haven’t met aliens from another planet yet…