Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Fear and the Artificial Landscapes of Terror.

Dog Poet Transmitting.......

May your noses always be cold and wet.

(A reader contracted me recently and asked me to write about Fear and- I'm supposing- how that affects one's ability to live more fully and also to evolve out of the ubiquitous captive states that occupy so many people.)

In the book, "Dune", a member of the Bene Gesserit said something like, "Fear is the mind killer", if I remember correctly. I believe that to be true. Fear at a certain level is paralyzing. There's are two results to states of great fear. One is that you become incapable of action and the other is that you panic. In this day and age, Fear is becoming more and more prominent and more and more pervasive. There's the usual fears of losing one's job, one's place to live and running out of food and water. Increasingly, there is fear of the police. When things like this can happen and justice is publicly pissed on, there is reason for fear. Of course, this isn't happening to everyone and never does. That's an area worthy of examination. "Karma, neh?" As America tumbles down into ruins, in a horrifying slo-mo collapse, we increasingly enter into the age of "Road Warrior" and apocalyptic circumstance. Order is vacating the stage and the institutions and individuals that were erected or elected for the protection of the populace have become utterly corrupt.

The man who got shot here, was equally as responsible for his death as the man who shot him. Sometimes it pays to use good sense in this climate of madness. People are angry all over the place. People are on the short fuse. They've all turned into the guy from Network. The sense of selfish privilege, as demonstrated by this recently deceased, is everywhere too.

Meanwhile, the brutalization of the human psyche and the terrible wrongness of those acts the unknowing are compelled to engage in are taking a heavy toll. Alongside of this, the level of perversity taking place is in continuous descent, on it's way to a measureless bottom; accent on bottom. Here we see what appears to be Janet Napolitano on a trip across the waters.

So... there are very real things to be frightened of, if you are disposed toward Fear. The major cause of Fear in residence is personal uncertainty. The less connected one is to the real and the actual, the more Fear one has and the more reason one has for Fear. What is the real and actual? It's not what everyone thinks it is and who by thinking so have all contributed to the condition of Fear that saturates existence.

Things are getting out of hand and, as has been stated, this can be either comical, terrifying or both. This incident here is an example of similar pathologies that are sweeping through the culture. People are losing it.

Into this mix steps the cosmos in the form of Mr. Apocalypse. In this instance, the cosmos demonstrates what it thinks of our present crop of 'too clueless to be embarrassed' celebrities. You are going to see more and more and more of this kind of thing and this should help you deal with your Fear.

Speaking of humorous events, how about Aerial Sharon lying in state when he's already been lying in state for 8 years? Here we see the usual crowd of international war criminals, showing up to bid a bon voyage to a departing war criminal, already long departed, on his way to the nether lands. Peres should be along to join him shortly. I'm visualizing them as matching arm rests on Satan's judgment chair. Apparently some members of Crime Syndicate Nation were not all that pleased with the life and times of this porcine serial killer. I try to imagine where one has to get their head in order to participate in farces like this. You really have to be quite some distance down the downward path to appear at functions like this with a straight face. The cosmos is offended and we are in direct action times so... look for more eyepeeling inexplicables.

Let me try to explain why Fear is a much bigger player these days, with a much more expanded role around the world. One reason is that the infrastructures upon which people depended for a sense of stability, are either crashing to the ground, or being exposed as so riddled with corruption that it is a wonder they are still standing. It's like watching a Stage 4 cancer patient jogging down the highway. It makes no kind of sense but there it is. He's not going to be jogging far and there are any number of lights and mirrors at work on this particular special effect. Another reason is the extreme depersonalization that is taking place.

For me, Fear comes about depending on what you rely on for your sense of reality. If what you rely on is not real, Fear is a natural extension of your life. It is the 'normal' thing to do to identify what is outside of you as being what is real. You rely on it. It speaks to you and you accept what it says. This is why the Tribe psychopaths took over the airwaves to the near exclusion of everyone else. It allows them to control what you think and feel and it allows them to monitor the level of your Fear. The reason that 'they' chose Oklahoma City for their first major domestic terror act was because it was in The Heartland. That is most significant. It sets the Fear as a possibility anywhere, not just in the East Coast and West Coast Bacchanalia Factories. It could happen anywhere!

Fear is very important to the ruling junta; that strange and poisonous amalgam of Satanists, Zionists, corporatists and all the running dog lackeys that assist in their agendas for a meal ticket, or some semblance of personal power. Fear narrows the borders of the mind. It constricts one's freedom of thought. It puts you in the camps and behind the wire before you are actually there.

Political Correctness is many times more dangerous than people generally believe it to be. This is a good example of that. Political Correctness provided the environment for monsters like Pol Pot. There are other monsters at work in present time. The moment I saw her face and the shape of her mouth I knew what she was. Are you ready for it? Yes, Jarrett is a Tribe member. They say she is Iranian. She's not Iranian, only born there.

Fear rise up out of personal uncertainty. You have to be grounded and rooted in something in order to make Fear go away. At the same time, a certain kind of Fear can be a wonderful ally. I am afraid of certain things and I want to keep it that way. I will leave it to the reader to speculate on what manner of Fear I am talking about.

When one correctly knows who one is, one is possessed of the firm conviction that nothing external to them has a power greater than what they internally possess or... have a connection or access to. In some cases we are walking regents with invisible crowns. In other cases we are stewards. Sometimes we are heralds and messengers from the true and enduring hierarchy. According to your makeup and disposition, you are accorded a position in the scheme of things and no longer mere ciphers or collateral damage.

You are either under the sway and influence of the world or you are under the sway and influence of something else. That's how it is. People under the sway of the world are acquisitive, covetous, duplicitous (often without being aware of it), argumentative, prone to violence, vain; the list is large and long. Those under the sway of the world external are in a hypnotic state and any effort to bring them out from under that spell can be fraught with peril. It's always better to leave time bombs and depth charges in your wake. It is also a matter of survival to take a penetrating look at both your companions and your surroundings.

Fear is a lever for precipitous action. Fear is a motivator of irrational acts and behavior. Fear affects judgment in a negative fashion. Fear is one of the primary weapons in the hands of an oppressive minority. Fear confuses, inhibits and retards in all kinds of ways. Fear is not a good companion.

Now, some people will read all of this and wonder, "Yeah, but how do I get rid of my Fear?" First you have to realize that Fear is not an independent quality. It's connected to other things. It's as specific as it is general and dependent on you. Are you a materialist? You fear the loss of possessions or any material condition. Fear is almost always connected to something else and that is what one needs to consider. People just don't look deep enough into themselves. We are surrounded by the superficial and trivial and we are trivialized ourselves in the process. There is far more to any of us than we think there is but... we don't want to think. Too much thinking can lead to a questioning of one's actions and values. It can cause change and change is often not desirable. Everyone has to sort this out for themselves and it's not like there aren't places to start should you be so inclined. It's not like there aren't rich resources of wisdom and knowledge to draw from. You get out of life what you put into it and however your value structure gets constructed as a result, that is a strong clue as to your destination. It's an indication of where you are headed. A lot of people have good reason to be fearful. Some number of them are unaware of this but... not for much longer.

Finally, you can hang out with someone who is not vulnerable to the usual fears and by the process of osmosis, neither will you be... as you go. There are places you can go and people you can see who have mastered various things. By simple association you can master them too.


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31 comments:

Ginnie said...

http://www.theworldoftruth.net/HallettReport/No6.html#.UtVMrjN3vIV

Must read. Believe me!

Read all of these. I have no words. Read 00 through to the end!

Talk about revealing.

Skepticfrog said...

On FEAR:

Most people don't realize that ANGER IS FEAR.

There is the time, when the fear can morph into anger. The morphing depends very much on the culture of the individual. With some people/nations it happens sooner, with some later, and with some never.
Once the anger takes over a people or society, things happen.

However, that's the time, when lampposts get decorated with bodies on end of ropes swinging in the gentle breeze...

Anonymous said...

Excellent post today as usual Visible.
2 yrs. ago I started the prosess
of removing the value of all material bullshit from my life and found last year I also lost all Fear of anything in this made up 3D world. I've never been one to be constrained by 'the box' that the powers that are goin' down try to keep us in so it was a fairly easy thing to do.
I now Know that Anything and Everything is possible.
Freedom starts with the Mind and the Spirit will find you.

People,
Escape the box and jump on it and Smash it down. Be Free.

Thanks Visible.

Ginnie, did you see my thoughts on hawk and rat on previous visible origami post? Simple explanation but definatly research native meaning of the hawk for a more detailed insight for you.

walking hawk

MujedihiDEEN said...

Peace be upon all

Lot's of changes taking place in my life. Saw you in dream. Was waiting for you with my brother in the airport. See you from a far, I guess we were all leaving then all of a sudden felt a calling from above. Then I knew it was time to go. I started floating up until I was quite high. After that woke up with a good feeling. Anyways all my love and prayers to you. Keep reading you for assurance. That all is not what it seems. Keep being the rock you are keeps a lot of us grounded. Thank you for everything.
Akram

Anonymous said...

I guess it's just like you say, who do you rely on?

Where's your confidence may be another way to say it. Either way, I would think your level of trust in God would be proportional to your amount of fear. Total trust = no fear and no trust = tons of fear.

I suppose with me, I just want to give up and go for the total trust... But then, like you mentioned the other day, Vis, it kind of like having kicked dog syndrome. You wait for the other shoe to drop ( or kick you).

Might as well just go for it and take the beating, it's got to be worth it in the long run. And here's to practicing what I preach ! :)

Jim

Anonymous said...

After reading this post Vis, I asked for a poem and was directed to, get this, your post on

Sat march 31 2012 visible origami
The Music of my Spheres and the End of Fear.

spheres of rising unity
playing feathers in the wild
multicolored lanterns beaming
a heart of ancient isles
the tip within the ocean
drawn across the wind
a flash of lightning medicine
dart of eagle wing
swirling shooting gathering
beauty in us all
chanting on white buffalo
natures striking cord
riding liberation
in rainbow body streams
the seeds of living everything
mother nature weaves

..peace..

Sunday, April 01, 2012 11:10:00 AM

Thanks Vis and Neil :)

w h

Anonymous said...

via Homer..

“In this endeavor there is no loss or diminution, and a little advancement on this path can protect one from the most dangerous type of fear”

I Promise

Visible said...

Skeptifrog, yeah, I equate that with 'rage' actually. One gets cornered or feels cornered and that particular form of panic sets in, like the guy in the post who shot the idiot texting in the theater. He had just had enough. There are a lot of people out there on the last legs of their patience. they feel hemmed in and pressed up against it but they don't know what 'it' is.

It's similar with the American and English cops. They stink of fear and they just want to hurt someone, anyone... but of course, that just increases the fear.

Uh huh, devaluing the material world will dump off a lot of fear, "when you got nothing to lose"

I miss you Akram. I always wish we'd had more time. I'm still pondering where to land and I've only got about 80 days now to figure out where that is. I'll be leaving with about enough to take care of myself for near a year if I'm careful, can't imagine I would need more than that. I was just checking out Malta... some beautiful places. Then Susanne told me about the downsides

I could just go to the house in Italy (Susanne will give it to me) but I would need a companion definitely, otherwise the borders of reality dissolve (grin). Beautiful place though, magical and secluded. We're putting it up for sale this week online and elsewhere. Hopefully we'll get lucky. We're selling it for less than half of what we have into it.

It's weird. One part of myself tells me, "Visible, you need to be getting on the stick. You need to know what you're doing (as if)" and the other part of me is like rock solid calm and KNOWS something is coming in on the tides. It's brooking no doubt.

Ginnie said...

walking hawk.

Yes I saw the post. Sorry I didn't acknowledge you.

Thank you very much. You seem like a very caring person.

Rare quality.

Anonymous said...

Homer,
Thanks .
I've always enjoyed what you have to relay to all us here.
walking hawk

Anonymous said...

"It starts when you are always afraid
Step out of line the man come and
Take you away..."

I'm surprised you didn't note that fear is an attractant, drawing to one evils of all kinds, and generally the very evil one is trying so hard to avoid.

-the beggar

Visible said...

My observations have not proven that to be true comprehensively in every case. I know lots of people who have been afraid of one thing or another and it never happened to them. Why that is I don't know.

Among other things I left out were the etymological roots of the word with footnotes and bibliography. I also seem to have overlooked a vast compendium of associations that would have made this posting longer than a book by Minchner, who had a couple of dozen research assistants working on his every tome. I can't't account for why this is, it just didn't happen (grin).

Anonymous said...

Thank you, Visible. Skepticfrog, I agree with you that anger has much to do with fear. From an early experience that I dissected in later life, I realized what truly prompted my actions at that time. Some told me it was courage, but through inward examination, I knew that was not true. My actions rose from both anger AND WEARINESS. Simply put, I was both outraged and tired of the abuse and I stood up to the abuser who was threatening maiming and/or death. I no longer considered those threats deterrents, as those also became means to an end. Love to all. Serena
PS. I see Visible posted a reply to Skepticfrog’s post as I was writing this.

Anonymous said...

I would like to say to all,
when you make Mr. death your friend now, you won't fear him when he comes to visit. :)
In this way you can resist till the end, willingly laying your head on their chopping block.
See? You Win either way, if they kill you, they loose their slave to be. If you die, it's OK. It's just a change anyway.:)

walking hawk

Anonymous said...

for walking hawk - :) Yep, the best lessons were facing fear and death. Once you get a look into the face of each neither one deters you any longer. Love, Serena.

Anonymous said...

Frustration also leads to anger.

Unmet desires lead to frustrations,
frustrations leads to anger,
anger leads to violence.

Ray B. said...

Very good discussion, Viz!

Here is the full quote from "Dune" by Frank Herbert, one of my favorite Science Fiction novels growing up:

“I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past, I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone, there will be nothing. Only I will remain.”

This has some real wisdom, if one contemplates it deeply...

("Dune" has deep stuff woven into it. I learned much about political/religious structures from it.)
---
Vis: "First you have to realize that Fear is not an independent quality. It's connected to other things."

When I had my counseling practice, I used a combination of 'Focusing' and Psychosynthesis' to help clients dig deep into themselves. Many who presented with heavy fear, once they drilled down to the source of it, simply went "aha" and that was the end of it. This synopsis does not do due credit to their courageousness and persistence in getting there, of course...
---
Vis: "There is far more to any of us than we think there is but..."

As part of the above, there were any number of spiritual happenings for/from them, both in the session and as a consequence. (I learned as much as my clients from these!)
---
Vis: "Finally, you can hang out with someone who is not vulnerable to the usual fears and by the process of osmosis, neither will you be..."

Like the book-learning says, 90+ percent of all communication is non-verbal, and that is leaving out all the woo-woo side. Therein lies the value of a true teacher - whether inner or outer.

These days, when I watch an honest argument or discussion, I kind of 'see' it in energy terms. Initially, each person has a cloud or field around the item being discussed. They contend, with each cloud growing or shrinking in the debate. Sometimes, one simple point can make one person's cloud sweep over the other person's cloud, and I know the argument/debate is over - even if it goes on for a while.

I have also seen it where simple domination (real or implied force) can cause the other person's field to collapse. Some form of fear has been activated, and it takes over. Unfortunately, I know that argument is over (dishonestly). Sometimes, though, a core of rage is left over, and I know it is not truly done...

(Most televised debates are a laugh. There are no individual fields. It is more of a Shakespearean play for the audience.)

Best Wishes,
Ray B.

Lyle Eyeot said...

Laugh at fear. Lots of of good material to get yer guffaw in action like Swiss cheese on a fat guys hog.
Love ya Vis. Keep on tuning in to Creator.

Peaches said...

Visible I'm so glad to see you address the issue of Fear. I grew up in a religious family with the background (in hindsight) of fear and control. Moved out of the home early needless to say because I just didn't buy into it from an early age. Then as one grows up, gets life experience, has curiosity of the human condition, studies same, matures, one gets to the point of eventually saying f**ck it.

I still see it all around me in friends and co workers without the curiosity to explore this topic. I will occasionally in a casual way bring it up but it goes nowhere. We all learn at our own pace.

Fear never completely goes away does it? We just learn to deal with it somehow.

I know you have serious situations coming up Vis. I'm sending my love and blessings to you Visible and all concerned for a positive life change.

Love you all here

Peaches

Peaches said...

I think walking hawk lives in my state (that would be Ohio)

:)

Cool

Peaches

Anonymous said...

re: Visible, Tuesday, January 14, 2014 7:52:00 PM
Yes, I would have liked to see footnotes and a bibliography; they would have been handy to have. Whenever I see the word etymology or the likes I always think of this from Star Trek.
Great article Les

Anonthy

Ben said...

Thanks Vis, tons of resonance here.

I think of those words given by the messengers at the advent of Jesus the Christ - "Fear not".

I think of the words of the Christ: “I tell you, my friends, do not be afraid of those who kill the body and after that can do no more. But I will show you whom you should fear: Fear him who, after your body has been killed, has authority to throw you into hell. Yes, I tell you, fear him."

And I also think of these words, regarding the Christ: "Yet no man spoke openly of Him for fear of the Jews."

My own experience is that love - of Jesus the Christ - does away entirely with fear.

Ben

Anonymous said...

Peaches,
that would be wadsworth, ohio. You?
walking hawk

Anonymous said...

Dear Viz, as usual another brilliant essay. I agree with your basic thesis. I would like to share a few of my own thoughts:

There are five basic emotions. Emotions are necessary to survival. Fear is the most important of the emotions in terms of survival because it causes us to run away from things that can injure us.

There is also anger, sexuality, joy and sadness. In my humble opinion the strongest emotion is sadness. Sadness can lead a person to a point where they can feel no fear nor anger nor are they able to really care about anything else except what they are losing. A person in this state is kill themselves if they don't find relief.

Sadness in the form of remorse will crush a man's soul. Sadness is what makes up the flames of hell.

McCob

Anonymous said...

Serena,
Going through (and surviving)what you went through does make us enjoy every day like it could be our last. so, I say Everyday is beautiful, just different.

Love also to You,
walking hawk

don't ya just love this place also?

Thanks Visible.

NOTE: Vis, don't ya think you should change your first name to More, so more people would SEE ?
We all can see ,but you know the rest can't. (Humor) Ha Ha

Visible said...

A new Smoking Mirrors is up now-

Israel Executes 3 Little Girls and it Doesn't Matter..

Visible said...

A new Petri Dish is up now-

From Poleaxed Steers to Sold Out Whores.

wiggins said...

Well the creeps have got to go and pay 'respects' to the 'Godfather' Sharon, otherwise they are likely to get whacked....or worse.

Visible said...

It's too bad I can't go and pay my respects. Of course, I'd have to drink several liters of beer first to effectively demonstrate it.

the gardener said...

RE: Ginnie's "Must Read" http://www.theworldoftruth.net/HallettReport/No6.html#.UtVMrjN3vIV


Jim Fetzer interviewing Hallett was definitely worth the time. I enjoyed the series immensely. Thanks for this head's up Ginnie.

the gardener

Ginnie said...

the gardener...pretty amazing how it all flows together. Including Hollywood! The whole world is run by them.

Wish everyone would read it. It is not just a stupid piece about the monarchy...the whole world as we now experience it is involved.

Thanks!