Posts Tagged journey to the west

Our Recent History Is Wrong

I haven’t written in a while because energetic shifts have been absolutely insane, and making tremendous progress on which I will report later. For now, I’ll keep it short.

How can we get our ancient history right if we can’t even get our modern history right?

Someone on Facebook shared some links, which I measured as very high accuracy, but the information is extremely disturbing. I’ll just throw the red pill out there.

According to muscle testing, the Great Wall of China wasn’t built by the Chinese, but by the Tartarians, not a thousand years ago, but around 430 years ago! Test this for accuracy yourself.

Furthermore, something that I found strange is that the monk in Journey to the West, who was accompanied by the Monkey King, lived between the years 602 and 664, while the book was only published in 1592. How did the author recover the flow of events in such details a thousand years later, and how could it become the most popular story of China deeply ingrained into their culture if it came out of nowhere like this so far from the actual events?

Answer is… there is no 1000-year gap. The years 500 to 1500 were fabricated as a foggy myth in around 1850 when the Gregorian calendar was established. Jesus was thus born only 1019 years ago. Now muscle-test this one for accuracy.

Makes me remember the movie The Matrix: you’re not in the year you think you are.

I talked about 2 great destruction in my book Read More

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Activation of Wudang / Journey to the North

I’ve been in the Wudang mountains of China for 3 weeks now. It became apparent that all the schools are only teaching the forms of Tai Chi and Qigong and the real essence of Taoism has been lost over the ages. Surely there are still some masters who have the genuine knowledge of inner alchemy but they’ll generally only speak Chinese and keep it low-profile. Many of them left the country after the cultural revolution. Schools have been opening up in Wudang lately but more as commercial entities than for sharing the deeper knowledge of Taoism. The schools focusing more on inner alchemy don’t have a higher vibration either so the knowledge has been diluted, tainted or corrupted in many cases.

Also, there is no concept of purpose in China. All the people care about is having food on their table and a roof above their head. Without a sense of purpose, and without the deeper knowledge, then what chance is there for the evolution of China? There are some young Chinese people going to those schools seeking the deeper knowledge of Taoism and are realizing it’s not there. They still attend those schools while seeking more information in books and other resources. However, that’s a very young movement and it can take 20 years before that gains any momentum.

One thing that also came to my attention is that the communist party couldn’t suppress Wudang too much because Beijin was drawing 52.6% of its spiritual power from Wudang. 15.6% of China’s …Read More

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Monkey King Movies / Hanuman / Su Wukong

First, I’ve had a technical issue and if you applied for a Spiritual Laser Focus, you may not have received my reply to schedule your call. I messaged back the people affected, and if you still haven’t got my reply, contact me again. Thanks!

Here’s an interesting development. One of my past lives was the Monkey King, also known as Su Wukong and Hanuman. This being has such a distinct character that you really can’t confuse it with anything else. For full transparency, this being, Su Wukong, currently has 13 simultaneous incarnations, 12 on Earth. Each fragment holds a different range of abilities, and each are at various levels of consciousness and alignment. Some incarnations have their ego and higher self fighting with each other and required pulling the soul 80% out of those bodies. That’s more of a personal issue of soul management with multi-incarnation. The soul fragmentation has mostly been healed to recover full powers as a whole being, for the first time in a very long time.

Now here’s where it gets interesting. We’re getting flooded with Monkey King movies.

In 2013, there was the movie Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons. Tuning into it, it has 13.0% resonance with the physical reality, 15.6% resonance with the astral reality, and 11.4% resonance with the philosophical reality. Take with a bucket of salt; I don’t recognize much from the preview.

In 2014, there was the movie The Monkey King. It has 11.0% resonance with …Read More

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