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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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The People of Orion

Update: The full story of the Orion Federation and how we ended up here is described in my new book The History of the Universe, and the Psychic War of End Times.

I am now authorized to publicly share information that I couldn’t before. There are security protocols to follow, and the threats are gone. Several people, lately, looked into my eyes and asked bluntly “what planet are you from?” A few others recognized me. My physical body? From this planet. My soul? From a planet of the Orion Belt that no longer exists. We were 13 feet high giants with advanced spiritual and technological knowledge.

When I went to China in Wudang Mountains, at the birthplace of Taoism, what did I find? 13 feet high statues of Gods, 90 ton stone tablets on a turtle, and pyramids on surrounding mountains. Plus giant coffins in a museum. I could feel a strong energy of Orion, and could speak with the spirits living in those temples, many of whom recognized me. The Chinese ancient knowledge comes from Orion! The reason they had hundreds of “Gods” is because those were the people of Orion who came from the sky. We were originally 13 feet high and could live hundreds of years. Then we re-incarnated into physical bodies that were sized for this planet.

I could tell the 90 ton stone tablets were much older than they thought. However, the writing has been replaced by an emperor who conquered the area. There are imitation …Read More

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The Source of Taoism

I just came back from a trip to China with a Grandmaster of Qigong. He was trained in Wudang, and after reaching the highest level of mastery, he left to Los Angeles to share the knowledge with the Western world. He didn’t have any money and didn’t speak any English. He still doesn’t speak any English. This requires a lot of courage. Still to this day, most people think he’s a fraud, yet he’s there for the sole purpose of teaching what he knows. He’s very well known in China, and his purpose is elsewhere. He wants to help bridge the gap between the East and the West.

The way Master Zhou looks at things is very simple; so simple that he doesn’t understand where I’m coming from with most of my questions. He works with the Chinese elements: Wood, Fire, Metal, Earth and Water. He connects to the Earth, activates his lower dantian, draws up Yang Fire energy from the Earth and heats up a towel to ebullition point. He connects to the Earth, activates his lower dantian, draws up Yang Metal energy from the Earth and breaks a chop-stick against the soft spot of his throat. It really is that simple: mastery of the basics.

So we went up to the Wudang Mountains, the birthplace of Tai Chi and Taoism. What did I find there? …

13-foot high statues, giant 90-ton stone tablets and pyramids on surrounding mountains. The Chinese have hundreds of Gods. I now believe these so-called Gods are …Read More

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Traveling in China

I’m in China right now, traveling with a real Chinese QiGong grand-master and reconnecting with ancient memories and powers that predate recorded history. There is a LOT to talk about and this trip truly is magical. We’re getting way more than expected, saying at the best 5-star hotels and eating in the best restaurants.

We spent 3 days in Wudang Mountains, the birthplace of Tai Chi. This place is absolutely gorgeous and the energy is extremely strong. You can feel it in the picture. And guess what I found at the birthplace of Tai Chi? 13-feet-high giant statues, 90-ton stone tablets and pyramids in the surrounding mountains!?

Now I’m in Beijin and we went to the Great Wall of China today. Yesterday we went to the White Cloud Temple that contains very advanced Taoist knowledge of energies. There is very powerful magic embedded into that place. And at the Great Wall, there is very powerful defensive magic embedded into the area. Funny enough, I climbed all the way up on one side with 2 other guys, and both of their cellphones went black when they took pictures; both of them. They couldn’t turn it back on, and one of the iPhone is brand new. After going back down the stairs, the phones started working again.

Translating this Eastern knowledge is not easy. Master Zhou does NOT speak any English so we cannot ask him any question directly. Everything needs to be translated through someone else. Yet there’s so much both I and Rion …Read More

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