I was talking with my permaculture teacher and friend Keith yesterday about this site, to which he says he has referred many people. “But,” he continues, “since you also cover UFO/ET phenomena, many people dismiss the site altogether.”
I presume he’s talking about permaculturists, though I didn’t ask. I’ve always known about this deep ubiquitous conditioned bias in the culture, of course, but I keep on forgetting! And could this blind-spot be more prevalent among permaculturists than others, since they are so deeply steeped in working with what they assume to be nature’s immutable laws as found on planet Earth?
But what, I always say, if what we call laws are merely habits?
Wouldn’t you know, my personality is still so combative that his remarks made me want to include even more UFO/ET stuff, just to say, “There, you beautiful, creative, deeply alive people with your heads in the sand making soil, take that! Wake up to the larger mystery bathing us all!”
My main thrust in life seems to be to puncture the balloons of taboo, and the one against a living populated multidimensional universe is, of course, the biggest taboo imaginable. Once we pop that balloon, we’re united with all that is and the abundance that we seek and design for as permaculturists will undergo an as yet unimaginable transformation.
Just look up, and out, and within — surrender to the cosmos, bursting with life, seeking to express through you!
Here’s a good one, posted to abovetopsecret yesterday, December 3, 2011.