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Room 1408

1408

“1408” is a short story by Stephen King. It is the third tale in the audiobook collection titled Blood and Smoke, released in 1999. In 2002, it was collected in written form as the 12th story in King’s collection Everything’s Eventual.

In the introduction to the story, King says that “1408” is his version of what he calls the “Ghostly Room at the Inn”, his term for the theme of haunted hotel or motel rooms in horror fiction. He originally wrote the first few pages as part of an appendix for his non-fiction book, On Writing (2000), to be used as an example of how a story changes from one draft document to the next. King also noted how the numbers of the title add up to the supposedly unlucky number 13.  Continue reading

The Ladder

Jacob’s Ladder


Earlyne Chaney wrote in chapter 3 in page 43:

“When I probed for more knowledge about Knut (The Great Pyramid) and the Sphinx, which to us were already unutterably, aged, they related a strange tale about the great Beings called the Anaki, the Mighty Ones, who came to Earth ages ago from another solar system, arriving from spaceship. They came from the star Sothis (Sirius). They landed on a land called Aztlan (Atlantis). They brought with them a divine consciousness and knowledge of all the secrets of nature. My father called them the Sons of GOD.

When the Anaki first arrived from their home planet, they brought with them a crucible called an Ark of the Covenant. This Ark contained a peculiar pulsating crystal infused with a living light. Under guidance, it emitted rays of force. It was constructed so as to become an instrument, a device, a store-house, Continue reading

Argue Types

The Archetypes
By Yakov Leib HaKohain, 2000

The Nature of the Archetypes

At the outset, it’s important to realize that Jung conceived of the archetypes as autonomous structures within the collective unconscious. They were pre-existent, self-generating “forces of nature,” as he sometimes called them, rather than (as many mistakenly believe) artifacts of cultural experience. For example, he writes:

“The archetype is . . . an irrepresentable, unconscious, pre-existent form that seems to be part of the inherited structure of the psyche and can therefore manifest itself spontaneously anywhere, at any time . . .Again and again I encounter the mistaken notion that an archetype is determined [by cultural influences] in regard to its content . . . It is necessary to point out once more that archetypes are not determined [by cultural experience] as regards their content, but only as regards their form and then only to a very limited degree.” (Memories, Dreams, Reflections, pages 392-393)

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Planets In Gemini

Duality and Unity: Planets in Gemini
by Alan Oken

As our inner eye awakens, it sees with ever-increasing clarity the relationship between the visible and the invisible, and knows that these two are drawing ever closer together. —A.O.

Sun in Gemini:
The solar force and thus the sense of personal identity expresses in Gemini as a desire to experience life through constant variations in what one does and how one does it. There is a great need for intellectual stimulation that at its best is the constant pursuit of knowledge and the life skills that come with knowing. When negative, this orientation leads to dissipation, diffusion, and instability. There is a definite propensity to dualism: two relationships, two jobs, two sets of opinions, etc. Yet when under the direction of the coordinated and integrated mind, such dualism is holistic in nature, allowing the individual to multitask successfully. When it is not, Gemini is seen to scurry about trying to be in two (or more!) places simultaneously and not succeeding at all.

Moon in Gemini:
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Quantum Possession

An example of demonic manifestationManifest vs unmanifest demonic possession
From SSR

1. Introduction to manifestation of demonic possession

A person can be fully possessed by a ghost (demon, devil, negative energy, etc.) and yet both the person and people around him could be completely unaware about it. This is because of the fact that the possessing ghost does not reveal its presence as it serves its purpose to keep the possession undisclosed. Once a possession is disclosed, there is a possibility that the possessed person will make active efforts to rid himself of the possessing ghost.

1.1 Definition of unmanifest demonic possession

When we say the possessing ghost is unmanifest, we mean that the ghost has not revealed its presence. Continue reading

Quantum Dream – 2

QUANTUM PHYSICS: THE PHYSICS OF DREAMING
By Paul Levy, 2014

Part 1

6. SELF-EXCITED CIRCUIT

Wheeler’s vision of the universe is like a “self-excited circuit,” to use a metaphor from electronics. To say the universe is “self”-excited is to say it is not “other”-excited, which is to say that rather than depending upon an external agent, god or deity, the universe is self-creating and self-referential─i.e., able to refer to, reflect and act upon itself, and hence, endlessly re-create itself anew.[34]

Seen as a self-excited and self-actualizing circuit, the physical universe bootstraps itself into existence, laws and all. As a self-excited circuit, the universe gives rise to observers who, in completing the circuit, potentially give meaningful reality to the universe. Wheeler says,

“The universe is to be compared to a circuit self-excited in this sense, that the universe gives birth to consciousness, and consciousness gives meaning to the universe.”

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Quantum Dream – 1

QUANTUM PHYSICS: THE PHYSICS OF DREAMING
By Paul Levy, 2014 [Excerpt]

1. INTRODUCTION

The more I contemplate what quantum physics is telling us, the more my mind gets blown into phantasmal traces of nonexistent subatomic particles. Studying quantum theory is like ingesting a mind-altering, time-release psychedelic. Taking in what quantum physics is revealing to us about the universe … it activates the psyche, inspires the imagination and synchronistically dissolves the boundary between mind and matter.

Quantum theory is not just one of many theories in physics; it is the one theory that has profoundly affected nearly every other branch of physics. There is hardly an aspect of contemporary society or of our own individual lives that has not already been Continue reading

Polter Energy

Faking Poltergeist Activity7 Signs Of Poltergeist Activity
From About Paranormal

DETERMINING THE DIFFERENCE between poltergeist activity and ghost or haunting activity can be difficult. While ghost and haunting activity is the result of spirit energy, poltergeist activity – also known as “recurrent spontaneous psychokinesis” or RSPK – is the result of psychic energy generated (usually unconsciously) by a person, referred to as an agent.

But how do you know there might be poltergeist activity in your home? Most often, you’ll know it if you have it because it is out of the ordinary and pretty obvious: sounds, movements, and odors of unknown origin.

Below are 7 of the most common types of poltergeist activity. Let me be clear, however. Because you Continue reading

Starring Serpents

Figurine of goddess Ninkharsag from Sumeria (Ubaid Mesapotamia 5000.BC)The Shining Ones, global phenomena
From Freedomtek

The thing that has to be pointed out is that deep investigation of different ancient civilizations and cultures has proven that the Shining Ones are global phenomena. It is also understood that this term or “code name” was given to some intelligent creatures that were present all over the world and came to surface in different period of history. And really, repetition of these names is astonishing when we see them for the first time. They appear in all cultures although this was sometimes hidden because of wrong translation or because of some other hidden agenda.

Anannage or Anunnaki gods of Sumeria and Babylon, Shemsu Hor or Akhu from Egypt, Devas from Hindu mythology, American and Continue reading

Some Somnambulism

ghost-photographs-angela-deane-1034 Hallucinations
Somnambulism Hypnosis

From Destiny

Hallucinations in the waking state, in fever, in narcotic and hypnotic states, are like impressions produced by dreams. Objects are seen, heard, tasted, smelled and touched when there are no such objects as on the solid physical plane. Hallucinations are of many kinds and are produced in many different ways.

Alcohol affects the nerves in such a way that the doer receives from the astral and airy states of matter reflections of all kinds of sights and sounds, such as bugs, vermin or beasts, and so senses these things. In narcotic states the sense organs Continue reading

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