One day we’re all going to die. If you listen carefully your mind just went, so what? Or, I don’t want to think about that right now. It’s a thought of considerable indigestability. The mind has a peculiar quality that makes it immune, or at least insensitive, to the thought of death.

Why is that so? Is the mind not you? Does the mind not think that it is going to die? The body knows it can die. The emotions are scared shitless. But the mind seems to say, I know better.

If we’re going to die one day, of what value is anything that we achieve? Even if we’re serving others, doing something really useful in this world, what does it matter, if we’re all going to die one day?

Not everyone fully agrees, by the way. Deadly serious, Ritchie Blackmore remarked in an interview in 2013 that he wasn’t so sure that everyone died. He is quoted to have said, ‘Death is going to happen to most of us. Most, not all.’ But Ritchie is such a strange person that it is quite impossible to know what the hell he meant.

So when are you going to die? I’m sorry I can’t answer that question right now, I’m rather busy.

Do you have children? Do you have a daughter, a son? Look at them, and know that one day they will die.

It’s a painful topic for sure. The mind, your mind, must have begun to squirm by now. If you’ve read this far. You may be afraid to die, but the mind isn’t. It knows better. So why the squirming?

It’s because we’re touching a mystery here. It’s always there and it’s the kind of mystery that’s acute. It’s not an intellectual puzzle. It cuts. Death smiles with a hollow grin, and then it swings the scythe.


The work started in the summer of 2014. I worked, as editor and researcher, on the manuscript that Amorah had left behind when she passed in 2013. Together with the publisher it was decided to create an edition that had in-line annotations, break-out boxes with extra info, biographical chapters as appendices and comments from students.

From my foreword: “The channeled chapters are not what make the book stand out. For me the real power and clarity comes in the chapters where Amorah herself is speaking. She speaks with clarity and experience and a no-nonsense attitude. The chapter on Sovereignty is a good example. In fact, when we were considering subtitles for Oneness, I proposed Oneness: Straight Talk and Divine Guidance. I realize that this subtitle was too aggressive for a book by Amorah Quan Yin. Yet, Oneness has this nature in some of the chapters, and those are the chapters I appreciate most.”

The book is slim, and to the point. You’ll find it a very interesting read. Available from Amazon:



Hydro Infra Technologies (HIT), a Swedish clean tech company based in Stockholm, has developed an innovative patent pending approach for neutralizing carbon fuel emissions by generating a novel gas called Hydro Nano Gas (HNG).

In spite of all the advancement happening in the energy sector, global economies are still dependent on fossil fuels as the interlinked chain of costs to completely replace the burning of fossil fuels with more clean and sustainable options is beyond the financial resources of even the richest nations.

This in turn affects the climate change scenario which has been continuously increasing as more pollution and green house gases are created from burning fossil fuels on a daily basis.

This dilemma requires a new approach with safe, cost effective and smart solutions; the solution in sight? Making any fossil fuel climate neutral – and this is exactly what HIT’s Hydro Nano Gas proposes to do.

Water contains 2 basic elements, Hydrogen and Oxygen. These 2 basic elements can be split, divided and utilized. Splitting water (H2O) is a known science. But the energy costs to perform splitting outweigh the energy created from hydrogen when the Hydrogen is split from the water molecule H2O. This is where mainstream science usually closes the book on the subject.

HIT took a different approach by postulating that it was not only possible but indefinitely sustainable to split water in an energy efficient way to extract a high yield of Hydrogen at very low cost.

The process of creating HNG involves pulsing a range of low energy frequencies in a very specific sequence into water. The pulsing treatment effectively manipulates the molecules to line up in a certain structure which are then put through a splitting process. The result is HNG.

Being exotic as it is, HNG displays some very different properties from normal hydrogen. For instance: HNG instantly neutralizes carbon fuel pollution emissions; HNG can be pressurized up to 2 bars; HNG combusts at a rate of 9000 meters per second while normal Hydrogen combusts at a rate 600 meters per second; oxygen values actually increase when HNG is inserted into a diesel flame; and finally, HNG acts like a vortex on fossil fuel emissions causing the flame to be pulled into the center thus concentrating the heat and combustion properties.

Injecting HNG into a combustion chamber produces several effects that increase the burn efficiency of the fuels. HNG gasification effectively burns unburned residue/cluster while completing the burn process quicker. The long term impact of using HNG in the burning of fossil fuels can provide the balanced solution for the on going economic-climate change debate.

The new technology is also found to be effective in the treatment of polluted water; when HNG Nano bubbles are injected into polluted water, a microbe chain reaction is initiated that rapidly triggers and boosts the waters’ own organic repairing process. While further testing and validation are required, the discovery creates new potential in providing solutions to critical areas of global pollution.

HIT is also developing a Smoke Eliminator for all sorts of plants and facilities. The process reduces the need for smoke analysis as it results in a clean wet scrubber technology where CO2 becomes a clean by-product ready to be reused.

Further, a miniaturized version of the standard HNG reactor will help HIT achieve its goal of gassing 9,000 cubic meters of smoke volume per second. Using Nano technology, the reactor will see the beginning of a new technology phase for each HNG application, reports HIT.

The HIT innovation story begins in the 1980’s when a small team of dedicated technicians, researchers and engineers came together to innovate real world solutions based on the theoretical research conducted by Nobel prize winner Professor Yuan Tse Lee. The goal was clear – to ‘crack’ the Hydrogen code.

In late 2012, after years of on/off research and experimentation, they finally cracked the code and HNG was born.

HIT was formed to spread their discoveries to the world as Information Technology via joint venture partners.

HIT has also selected SGS – the worlds leading testing/validation and certification company – to be its permanent testing-validation protocol partner, providing certification that enables HIT to expand into global markets.

Read more about HIT:  www.hydroinfra.com


Why are people attracted to religion? Why are they attracted to regular ceremonies, a known collection of texts and prayers, the soothing voice of the minister, the candles, the same building?

Religion promises salvation. Whatever salvation actually is, religion promises it. It has done this, in the Western world, since the Catholic church took over around 300 AD. Long time ago. Lot of habit building has gone on in the collective.

It promises salvation without sacrifice or work. Because God gives the salvation, heaven, comfort, and God is pure love, so salvation is automatic.

So what about the hell mongers? It’s just the other side of the same coin. Promise salvation, flip coin, and in the same breath promise hell fire. In this world all things have dual nature. This cannot be escaped. Hell is an exciting titillating shudder-inducing teaching, which gains all the more sweetness from the fact, no, the knowing, that we, the chosen children of Christ, will one day enter the kingdom of heaven. That is kind of how the patterning and programming of Christianity goes.

So why are people attracted to religion?

It makes them feel special. They don’t have to do anything on a daily basis. It makes them better than others. It promises them, ‘You are in and they are out.’ You can even get a piece of paper that says you’re baptized, that says you now belong to the fold.

Belonging to a religion is like living in a house where the living room has been cleaned, decorated, furnished with no expenses spared. But all the other rooms in the house are a mess. You can’t stay in the living room all the time. You can try, though. You can make believe. You can be seen to be in the living room by others. You spend your life making sure that no one, ever, catches you not being in the living room.

Good luck.

bit30(The stated and intended purpose of this article, according to the Constitution of the Kingdom of Sweden, is to irritate and push you over the edge. If you don’t like reading this, the purpose of this article has been achieved.)

Fear of the dark

There’s a guardian at the entrance to the cave.

card15WildwoodTarotThat guy is really standing there. The text for the card reads, “the guardian challenges those who would enter the cave of ancestral memory without understanding the nature of their known darkness.” That’s a bit of a catch-22 situation. How can you understand your own darkness if you can’t go into the cave to explore it?

I once made a really naïve kind of mistake. It was a group of slightly elderly people and I was going to lead them into a guided meditation. So being my own enthusiastic self I thought as follows: these people are kind of conservative, fixed in their ways, very settled down, and they have stopped exploring life with the fervor they once may have had. Therefore the obvious kind of meditation to do with them would be a journey to lighten the darkness that stops them from living more fully, right? Ha, wrong.         

This is what happened. I instructed them, in the safety of their own imagination, to go into a dark cave and wait there for something they were afraid of to present itself to them. Then they were to observe this thing, and come back. No biggie, I thought. Out of the approximately 15 people there, 3-4 refused to even take part in the meditation, some stolidly refused to speak about it, a few tried to follow the instructions but were unable to direct their mind into the cave, and last remaining few went into the cave but then flew off into all manner of other directions in a chaotic way. Not one person in that group met their fear in the cave.         

I was flabbergasted. I may have been naïve, but still I was flabbergasted. What the fuck is going on with these folks, I thought. Flabbergasted is a great word, it means perplexed and confused in a light-hearted way. You throw up your hands and shake your head.  

Well, maybe the guardian at the entrance to the cave stepped in. For whatever reason, some people cannot or don’t want to or are not interested in exploring the cave of their own darkness. It’s not fear, they don’t even get to the point of fear. It’s a kind of in-advance refusal. Now, this is OK, since freedom is the ground we all stand on.         

Hey, if you don’t want to go into a dark cave and wait there for something that you fear the most, no problem. :) There are other ways of spending an evening :)

At some point we all, without exception, enter the cave and there may be no reason to go there early. Robin Williams entered it the other day. You will too, and so will I.

I do ask one thing: if you’re going to come to any Vibrational Workshop you must be prepared to enter that dark cave. Otherwise you will be wasting your time. There’s a guardian at the entrance to the cave.



So you have the Truth, but… you’re not laughing. What use is that?

It does not matter whether a thing is true or not. The only thing that matters is that it is funny. I try to get this point across to everyone I meet. I just feel it matters a lot that we all get plenty of laughs.

In the words of Jesus from The Jokes of Jesus Christ: “Ask ye not whether a thing be true. Ask ye instead whether it be funny.” And he should know, because he was born from a virgin birth. This came about because his mother could not control her laughter. She had no mirth control.

In the beginning of the Christian scripture, the Holy Wit, it says: “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth, and he saw that it was funny.” Similar messages are to be found in other sacred writings, like the Baghavad Giggle, the Tao Te Grin, and the Hilarious Book of the Dead.

Aliens and people on other planets know about this. This is why they fly in UFO’s. Unidentified Funny Objects.


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