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Saturday, July 25, 2009

The Spiritual Path- 1991

BECAUSE there is no such thing as cessation, because nothing ever stops, comes to an indefinite halt, we have change - small change, loose change and big changes. 

Coexistence requires laws of definition and boundary, definitive laws which imply definite limits in which one may operate at a given time. Movement from one set of limitations to another is change, and there is no such thing as change for change's sake. In this sense all that is and is to be is never chance, as sequences of opportunity within expression and exploration are structured and flow from one to another progressively, regardless of one's perception of the multifaceted laws one is interred in.

The law of limitations and the law of change- one is preceded by the other. Such laws are example of greater and smaller laws of the same. This is spiritual science. In time, with observation of such rhythms of the laws of change and limitation, one may begin to understand the necessary relationships one has to all and the polite and orderly workings of the conspiring superstructure that supports coexistence.

Recognizing duties in life is exemplified by the attitude of obeisance to given laws. Respect and regard for all life and her participants is experience of truth and reality. Denial of laws and subsequent rudeness of attitude is but self-delusion, which ever way it cuts. For consciousness does not determine that sphere of activity it dwells in, consciousness has choice to lovingly embrace or ignore selectively.

There is a certain uprightness one may feel when certain truths and laws of Spiritual Science are experienced; very much akin to the uprightness and firmness of a tree. 

Steadfastness in a sea of change is a useful stance in the world, as the world itself presents daily many a test and a challenge to our concepts that infill our fiber and light our inspiration. Fixing one's roots in the good earth of morality, watered with heavenly impulses bathed in the golden glow of our Father's countenance- there is much to be learnt and mastered accordingly to the principles of right thinking, right knowledge and right application. Fortunately also there is that which a man may recognize immediately for himself, in which he 'knows' something to be true and he is glad. That truth can resound through his being so loudly that echoes from past experience sing out and gratitude is awash, bringing tears to that soul who feels the certainty and the revelation that the experience of Truth brings.

This is the experience we seek to learn by: the essential and most powerful truths. One can really tell by this yardstick what is correct for them alone. No other can impose or incite, that it is a true recollection of inner reality.

Daily we practice wakefulness, aligning, attuning and cooperating with a consciousness that shall one day be finely strengthened accordingly. And this does require work: work in the form of attempt and failure, with a history of practice - simply getting it right! The practice itself should and cannot be missed out or replaced by quick and easy measure, like the ten day world discovery tour!

It is well and good if others measure their wisdom as greater than yours. In truth one would certainly hope that there is the possibility that greater wisdom is enjoyed by other folk somewhere in the world. But personally the only impression one can effect upon another is by example. There is no fee or latitude whereby one individual may do the work of another.

Some individuals require that they be entertained with cake and some with biscuits – for some, offerings are given to personal choice and personal freedom. If an individual commands that respect and loyalty be offered, then it is preferably commanded by example and same attitude. There are of course those who set themselves upon high station and feel the need to be adored and ask for unequal relations man to man. This speaks to us of uncertainties and misguided triumphs, or perhaps roles and games which can be innocently challenged or wickedly contrived.

Christ does not talk down to Man, if anything He 'talks him up'. He desires that Man be exalted and shall rise to greet Him, that arm in arm one may explore the worlds together in friendship. Beware of the exalted who rise at another's expense.

Friday, July 24, 2009

Pain- 1991

TO SUFFER PAIN is to suffer the pain of all. One does actually feel that pain which is so strongly present throughout humanity. For pain itself does have roots - as do all fractional experiences which speak to us when entered into, of that which is cosmically orientated, no less with pain. The miracle is that we are not aware of the pain all of the time, that pain is usually localized and set within confines to be realized. But it is there. It is without and within all manifestation.

For what is the nature of pain, but resistance. Within all of the harmonious interplays of nature's wondrous realm, there is much change and necessary/unnecessary resistance.

Usually we are quite saved, nay oblivious, to 'the Pain' that is extremely present throughout. We are called to summon those fiery vitalities to meet with an immediate disorder, whereupon we are opened to that all consuming condition, so uncomfortable, or so intolerable - depending on the measure, depending upon the mean of the consciousness.
In the instance of shock, when one is literally lifted from the bodily connections, and the internal/external rush of fiery substance is sheared so dramatically, then the consciousness vacates and saves the sufferer - and yet this cannot be indefinitely, would that the physical connection is to endure.

To some, all of physical existence may be interpreted as pain itself, incarnate. This a most difficult concept, and does not bear too much pondering - and yet one may conjecture, was the pain of our Lord borne at the summit of the Crucifixion, to be compared with that pain, which He in grave sympathy did bear of the spiritual malady which irked Mankind with seething intensity? One pain is no less real than another. The only comfort to be had is that one may not indefinitely be consumed by any one type of experience, but rather comes to know the gravity by which we are compelled hither and thither.

Furthermore, depending upon the nature of the extremeness and intensity of the experience, comes the sweet recompense which accordingly does follow- great highs and great lows, little lows preceded by little highs, and so forth. But interestingly enough, one man's sadness may be another man's toothache.

Intention to inflict injury is as injurious, if not more, than certain physical outcome. One comes to see the ills of the world as communal, but particular to individual experience- largely one great problem, one great pain; and if one wound weeps, we all weep. There is no distinction for humanity. Here at least is one key to the bonds which inextricably do link us all. It is undeniable fact, and to the adept, overwhelmingly apparent.

If the ship sinks we all go under. Therefore the business of brotherhood and mutual understanding is to be necessarily recognized, with each and every man and woman eager to give everything they have got to assist. No amount of waving hands or flummerying around will do it. No lifeboats with certain destination!

Concern need not be selfish, but practical. As the science of thought and the wisdom of morality essentially is pertaining to the health, the healing, and sustenance, giving over to the larger vision, incorporating a greater humanity, it goes further than fine philosophical speculation, but is necessity of the extreme.

Awareness can be painful, and as said before, and if so shall be answered with sweet reward, if suffered. However, if folk are to awaken and find that their former ways were painful to them, and find that the aggravations were due largely to the 'sleepiness' of such standards set, better sooner than later! Better to welcome the change of conditions that demand such revision.

Awareness of pain comes in the intermediary transitional stages of change. Once the transition is effected, the awareness of the pain does cease: I may come to a river and am happy on the bank. I step into the water and the sharp cold contrast of the water will shock me. If I become accustomed to that water, I shall feel not the initial pain of the coldness. However, the water itself will not be any the warmer: I shall have made the transition over to that condition, not it to me. Should I leave the water, I shall feel colder than when immersed, and the transition of sharp coldness will again be the same as it was when I entered.
Would that in life, we all had a wetsuit!

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Oxygen & Color- 15th June 1991

OF all the colors exhibited within the natural world, in shade, variation, luminosity and brilliance - even fluorescence - the tropical fish wins the prize for its extreme examples of such varying and wonderful extraordinary colorations.

The paradox is that the very complex regions which are inhabited by such fish are seldom seen by the human eye. One cannot readily penetrate the waters and behold firsthand the magnificent array of Nature's palette: gliding and a glimmering, flying hither and thither throughout a buoyant sky.

Oxygen can to a point, produce dramatic color change and induce color intensity. The kiln-fired glass and glaze suggest such radical change, which relates not only to temperature but also to oxygen deprivation. This explains in part why the mineral composition of a precious gem may be exactly the same for gems of differing colors. Lava is not red until exposed to air. 

Organic colors fade in time when released from the organism that controls such reduction, i.e. the coral, flowers, vegetable dyes and so forth. Red blood blackens when moisture no longer harvests the oxygen.

When man registers the color black (if black can indeed be called a color), he has come to the extreme of a spectrum, which at that boundary enters into a range of colors, that whilst are beyond physical perception, are in fact discernibly real. Black denotes the colors that we cannot see. White tells us of all of the colors combined that we can perceptualize. Black may denote substratum distinctions of such a color range, or in fact imply higher etheric gateways into levels beyond - either way black tells us physically that we have reached our limit of perception. There will come a time when the scientist can measure distinguishably many differences between one black and another.

The colors that are perceived today within the physical world echo back to the early periods of water existence. This quite rightly suggests that men of former ages past enjoyed an environment that was visually richer and more colorful to the eye. When humidity was greater, as in the remnants of the tropical regions, the colors were brighter. Not only were the landscapes thus affected, but the peoples also, who born of such conditions have like perception. Folk who dwell in such humid regions today still show preference in colorants for costume and decoration to be brilliant and bold rather than subdued.

Oxygen, pure oxygen of itself, can kill out life. Oxygen is required to be put into a process of transformation, and a commensurate ability must be performed by the living organism. This process does not only occur in physical extraction and in an eliminative way. This process denotes manifestation in physical existence, being operative from soul-life which primarily belongs to the mainstream evolution and thereby has a very real driving connection with the process of repetitive re-embodiment. Otherwise one could animate all manner of physical vehicles, maintained for the purpose of would-be indwelling entities that do not belong to mainstream evolution. The regulation of breath requires such membership in the commensurate existence. Coloration is exacting such regulation and processes according to the spirit within. 

The mineral composition itself is dependent upon such conditions primarily. The Earth itself breathes. Minerals are cosmically attracted to the indwelling conditions of the Earth and deposit in remains of organic matter. So transformed as to be termed lifeless (named 'ash'), they have undergone release from the organic condition and become a receptacle for mineral influences. 

The body of Earth remains that which regulates such incoming and outgoing forces, and so too determines which mineral forces flourish and predominate in a given area. The colors are not determined by the mineral composition therefore, although the colors do speak to us of such attractions.

The intensity and brilliance of some colors as opposed to all colors, also denotes for us now a particular phase of evolutionary processes.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Artificial Flavorings- 14th June 1991

ARTIFICIAL flavorings and artificial sweeteners are a fine example of the complacency of men who cannot distinguish between deception and reality - with regards to the reality that men know best. Some of the chemical cocktails which are ingested are so cunningly devised that the difference between the manmade illusory substance simply cannot be told apart from the derivatives of life-imbued substances. The imitations physically appear to represent qualities of the reality. Of course, this applies also to our sense of smell; however the imitations of such are never as close to the reality to be believable.

Man is usually extremely selective as to the substances which he is invited to taste. The sense of taste may alert a man to a noxious material, or conversely, excite the man with a powerful pleasure. Although man perceives the world largely and accumulatively by way of the sensory perception of his sight, the sense of taste comes first and foremost in invoking immediate and recognized pleasure. The sense of taste is by no way related to the calls of hunger. The relationship between man and the substances he consumes is a very intimate process indeed.

One must question that the experience of tasting need not be connected with the need for nourishment or the acknowledgment of the imitated substance. When food is ingested the nature inherent in that particular food is also ingested. So to digest any substance, one is required not only to physically digest that substance, but also digest or discard the nature of that substance on the commensurate level: the etheric forces, the astrality of those substances. 
However, when a chemical compound is added to an etherically dead material, the individual does not have to work in the same way, overcoming and 'sorting out' the nature of that substance. It is truly the lazy man's way of consuming. The nature of man is not taxed by the nature of substance, although the physical body of man is not nourished by the physical substance, nor consequently nourished by the nature of such material. The forces which are brought into play, whereupon one meets the challenges of the nature of substance, have little or no use to be put to - in the instance of artificial foods.

This is why children in particular, respond to such imitative substances with an overactive reaction which stimulates both limbs and brain, in an unchallenged vitality. For the digestive juices required, do carry fluids to assist the process of assimilation. Such vitality is not required, nor spent, and must be worked off through the limb system (the extremities), via the nervous system. Within adults this process is related to an inner nervousness, and later into atrophy, whereby the digestive fluids become severely impaired through under use.

Synthetic compounds therefore, are destructive to the physical constitution of man because they give little or no impression to the etheric and astral constitution of man, but rather stimulate such vitalities unnecessarily. Furthermore these vital forces can do what they do best, and at times turn upon the individual's own physical constitution and begin to work upon it. The man begins to digest and assimilate himself!

Stimulants such as sugar, coffee, tobacco etc. are compatible with the constitution of man, but call forth more vital properties than are required in use, thus imbuing an overactive response.

Substances which are intravenously assimilated are bypassing the digestive process as described above. The patient cannot summon forth the required vitalities to meet and digest the nature of that which has been administered.

An example of this is best met by the nature of the heroin addict, who can testify as to the difference between the substance introduced by mouth, and the substance bypassing the digestive system. Medications also work in a completely different fashion, whereby the tolerance and resistance of the individual is markedly restrained, and the physical system receives automatically that which is administered through the blood.

Herein is the value of substances administered through baths. What a man may need for nourishment and cannot digest and assimilate, he may receive directly through his organ of skin. This is particularly useful where the functions of assimilation are inadequate or the vitality is weakened, but yet the constitution requires the properties of given substances to assist in wellbeing. Again, synthetic bath additives are to be avoided at all costs.

When man first encountered his ability to mimic and reproduce such clever forgeries, he should have left his chemistry to parlor tricks, rather than introduce them into everyday life. One can only presume that the motivation involved has a basis in monetary gain, as there can be no other value in the artificial substance and its foolhardy misrepresentations within the constitution of man.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

The Labyrinth of FEAR- 13th June 1991

THE labyrinth of old was a term for the relationship of men's minds to worldly conditions, whereby all individuals plunge into unknown depths amidst many a peril, all the while to strive for escape from confounding confines. 

To enter into such a labyrinth one was usually equipped with armor and sword, a cross over the breastplate, a bag filled with courage and another filled with foodstuff to appease the dragon/beasties.

The knights of the Crusades were empowered with a vision, a vision for humanity that held that whatever the circumstance, their only Lord and King: our Christ, would be at their side. Fear was cast down, and so too the notions of personal victory and achievement, for such courage was unshakable when armed with the knowledge that only love prevails throughout eternity.

Fear suggests to us that our perceived outcome which lies in the future will be less than happy. From this we learn to dread such a future before we are there. For a soul which is held frozen by Fear is indeed caught deep within the Labyrinth, turning this way and that, unable to pass through any doors which offer exit- separate and alone, the lamplight of Christ extinguished.

Of all the woes in earthly existence, Fear is paramount, Fear is the pivot. Fear may prompt a man to rash action; terror may inhibit the soul from right and proper judgment. Fear whispers of death and brings paralysis. Fear is the demon itself, the deceitful messenger who parades falsely in the guise of sorrow, and is not to be entertained or believed.

Fear is the king of masquerade. Such masquerade all demons do mimic, as imps at the feet of their king, whilst that king goes after the hearts of men.

We all know the icy grasp of this formidable Fear. He thrives on the attention of men. He has no substance without. Careful and prudent caution does not require Fear to awaken the individual to conditions which are unsavoury to him. This king of the demons is only worthy of contempt and is to be radically shunned at every encounter.

There is but one who this devil does fall at the feet of, namely our Christ. Herein is a mystery of mysteries: that Fear himself truly does love the works and labor of Christ and therefore all of the kingdoms encompassed in His great world, but continues to provoke such great evil hiccups in His scheme. All beings great and lesser do love and know our Master, as He knows and loves them with divine intent- their very existence is dependent on His mercy. It could not be otherwise.

So if one confronts Fear, be reminded of the truth that Christ is ever before you, awaiting in that unknown future, and at your side as no other; having cradled you ere time was nurtured, in His bosom.

When one is alarmed by possible consequence one is awakened to great change, following which will be further great change. For nothing in the world remains still, no thing remains unmarked by change. True comfort to shelter and buffer such change must necessarily come from within. For the outer world is in continual flux and flow, whereas the inner reality becomes less and less temporal the further in one goes.

When the demon of Fear is invoked, once again, commend him to Christ, with a firm and exacting command, in the knowledge that he is truly to be pitied. As he, by his nature, is to be denied company with Man in such days to come, when his thirst shall be unquenched, and the stronghold of faith in humanity shall cast him back into that labyrinth from whence he came.

Monday, July 20, 2009

Modern Man & the Question:"WHO AM I?"- 11th June 1991

THE FUR trade is being met with much disapproval currently. There are envoys carrying from port to port those who object and those who slaughter. Men are finding an abhorrence to such a blatant expression of bestiality - though sometimes it is not so much the actual killing of a mammal that disturbs them so, but rather the flaunting of women who, through the means of money adorn their personage with the flannels of hide and hair.

As with the freedom fighters for the abolition of slavery, so too the animal-rights campaigners will eventually make great inroads in their quest for justice on behalf of their small friends. And those who particularly live by example will eventually enlighten all to the mercy and plight of such sorely served animals.

Frequently one finds that several of the individuals concerned with such vocal protests, have not the capacity for pity as such. Pity for the creatures would of course invoke this protest, but extremists who 'go after' such a trade, rarely turn their skills to the veterinary sciences.
They could meet the issues at hand with a variety of passive protests, by laboring at home to re-educate or turn skill into caring for the needy beast closer to hand. They are specieists, as there is a distinct preference concerning which creature is chosen to defend; for this does not appear to flow through to personal relevancies of diet and lifestyle, nor attitudes concerning the injustices of the slaughter and abuse of their own mammal gender. However, fortunately such extremists are the exception to the rule, with this most charitable cause.

They are generally an indignant people- and rightly so. For they perceive that the man, or woman more precisely, who dons the furry garb, is making thereby a statement of desire to hide within a costume unlike their own true species. Admittedly there is a peculiarity to this practice, but moreover an outward expression of that characteristic in Man, which seeks to ensheath his being with a variety of guise and personality.

This is a simple enough statement when Men at this time are forever trying to 'find themselves'. Men are awkwardly trying to reflect and establish an identity and relationship with themselves and the world.

Historically such reflection was not a liberty indulged in. Folk of the last century [19th] usually knew who they were and did not find time to question as to whether or not they were who they thought they were. Heretics and malcontents might have protested their station in society; the odd philosopher might have vocalized his impressions on Man's lot, but the individual did not ask the question "Who am I?" For the ways of former generations flowed through the blood, reaffirming the society, state and religion to which he was born in.

It has so happened in this century [20th] alone, that travel has laid open the variety of customs and community to so many men. This is not to say that all men of the globe may book a ticket and leave their country tomorrow at a wish, but the opportunity is there for many, and many others have had news of the world brought to their doorstep. So now we find that we must question who we are in relation to this world, as we constantly are reminded of who we are not.

If this of itself was not enough to digest, men are met with the demands of the world they are coming to know- the structures, the fabric of their personal and social constitution radically changing itself to adapt and shift throughout the pressures of such neighboring change. Every new generation which follows the last, must clamor through this now 'soup-mix of identities', and each individual who is remotely aware of such conditions in flux, has to question daily who they are, where they are and where they are going.

Added to this we find that the individual who truly views the world as is with soul recollection, will come to realize with experience and inclinations of his own, within all regions of worldly existence, that which is his brother here or abroad. There are empathies established by such perceptions, empathy from one race to another, one species to another, one man to his brother; and such connections undeniably exist, amongst such obscure differences. Herein is another confusion for present-day man.

Daily life is so related that the purchase of food in the Western World can often require a choice - not a choice as to taste or product, but actually a choice of conscience before purchase. Is it environmentally safe, dolphin safe, cancer safe, heart safe, apartheid safe, and so forth? Daily life involves a staggering series of confrontations and questions bombarding the simple man, which simply were not of issue in generations passed.

Reflection of itself is worthwhile to say the least, however Man may feel impinged upon by being met with many obligations to reflect from too many directions at once, thus rendering the task of true insight, objection and self-questioning too mighty an involvement to undertake. 

 Such personal confrontations and conflicts affect the man on many levels - not only within his conscious mental attitude, which of itself can suffer breakdowns in these conditions. The entire being of man cannot help but be affected by such demands. It is as if one tries to think, caught in a room of people who are all yelling at the top of their voice.

Therefore, if one is to coax the soul to help reach the inner-man in order that he might perceive through all of the outer conditions and develop the ability to look to inner causes and connections within the world, one must not provoke the individual with yet more demands of confrontation, but by example explain and instruct through one's personal application to the spiritual ideals. In other words, there is little to be achieved by attacking an individual and telling him what he is or what he is not. This line of questioning pertains to him alone, and is a constant aggravation within his entire being nowadays. This is not useful, nor helpful, nor a duty for any other to presume.

Rather that one may find inwardly no care for personal identity, but assume that higher identity we should like to become. And work for it. If this is done, and if one may walk the world with firmness of purpose, this shall of itself help the worldly conditions that seek such stability and example to follow.

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Whether Balloons or Weather Balloons- 10th June 1991

THE tropics have been discussed, and the importance of the relationship of man to his climate. From this one may fairly gauge the devastating results of redirecting such climatic conditions, thereby altering the ecosystem and the corresponding behavioral tendencies of those dwelling in the altered conditions.

 Our fury (not as in anger) was prompted the other day because of men dabbling in provoking atmospheric changes in such a way that causes extreme responses within the locality of the etheric waves. The scientist has still not learnt that the effects on one continent have far reaching implications for another, and that the elemental forces which they are trying to harness shall be redirected and expressed elsewhere on the globe. It is not a matter of simply calling down more rain, with less humidity; for weather is determined by global points and their fixed stations and their calling from Earth.

The suggestion is that in order to counter the effects of the greenhouse syndrome, they should seek to modify the weather according to the needs of the day. To enlighten them to the aspects of need and variance within such conditions is presumptuous in respect to the knowledge that they are now working from. In other words, this practice is not dissimilar to the raining of frogs (as previously mentioned), except to say it is elemental rain they shower down. However this robs and repels in other sectors of the Globe, and is definitely not advisable as a willy-nilly rain dance that has extraordinary directives.

The planet has endured marked temperature ranges both in the higher and lower extremes than those of today. We find that the nature of a region is largely persuaded by the nature of such temperatures. One might have a 0°C degree man who has a million word vocabulary and is almost passionless, with all physical movement somewhat immobilized and restrained. Although it might help them 'warm up', we have never seen an Eskimo do a barn-dance.

Then there is the excitable 33°C degree European, who lives in the limb-system, and depending on the northern or southerly aspects, he wants to play chess like a gentleman, with fiery hard liquor at one side, or welcomes you to dance like Zorba and bask in the Mediterranean sun, depending also on the range of temperature and humidity. Of course our 40°C man cannot rearrange his thought processes in the manner of the 0°C-10°C man, nor can the 0°C-10°C man perceive the rich tapestry of sensory-world images and conduct that fires the blood of the man from the warmer regions.

Over all there are the elemental beings, who prefer and are of both extremes, which are adapted to in the climates of the globe. Both extremes cannot entirely have their way in global expression at the same time. They can however, eventually struggle into a pole-shift as a consequence, and redefine which regions endure ice and which meltdown.

Climate is conducive to certain expressions of existence, denoting marked differences in opportunities of expression, and in the characteristics of all inhabitants. And so it is not to say that there is total dictation or indication of the influences in warmer/colder regions. It does tell us which conditions warmer/colder elemental beings desire, being compatible to one or the other, inciting such change with preference.

So if one looks to a planet amassed with ice and then compares it to a gaseous, unstable, eruptive, active, sizzling planet, indications can be interpreted as to the nature of those conditions which are most conducive to certain elemental aspects. This of itself is not a complete yardstick interpretation because there are other predominating influences outside of our stratosphere, which do not relate to this subject. However, historically as far as our own Earth is concerned, we have endured both extremes at differing periods: of all water, no water; all ice, no ice, etc.. And this of itself is an indication of the forces interplaying at certain intervals in the early days of the globe.

The polar-shift is not a pressing concern as a consequence of this meddling. A million weather balloons will not assist them in determining however, the consequences of artificial seeding and redirecting the humidities. Many a bleached grassland already depleted and waterless, will only be bled more in consequence of vapor shifts.

It returns somewhat to the old hornets' nest adage, whereupon men believe that they can rationalize the impulses set before them, to disturb and interfere, and then have incredible faith that it will all come out all right in the end. What is not recognized is that they are prompted by a bidding which is not of their own reckoning, and if this could be seen one would be in a proper position for determining the outcome and the desirability of such outcomes. Ideas do not come of themselves. Men call in inquiry from certain motivations and intent, pure or impure, with loving conscience or without - and at the shoulders of each man, is a Demon or an Angel, ever ready to whisper the answer to the questions.

Change of itself is varied and colored by endless possible configurations. Such purpose must also carry the responsibility of being completely informed, with a total picture and a complete regard for all kingdoms and governing concerns.

So it is not enough that man explains that he wishes to do well, and prays that by his blind movements in scientific dabbling succeeds to do the Will of God. For by venturing to interfere with laws which permeate and affect other laws, he is bound to err and destabilize that which is already in place: laws which are of the Father's reckoning. 

Fortunately men are rendered impotent in such supreme interference; recklessness that persuades man that he can do no wrong. The name of Science today, has become synonymous with an unquestioning lack of conscience (science without the con, or with the con, whichever way you view it). One presumes that the scientific inquirer may not only investigate, but cause experiments and upset on any sacred life-form that can be pried apart and examined. The powers of observation are so limited, that one works on the presumption that any man self-proclaimed, has by the title of scientific inquirer the right to rape that which he is investigating. And if caution is discarded and the inquirer cannot respect and love his study, then the motivation that flows from such work is in its very infancy, formed from devilish enterprise.

It cannot be any other way. Nature will speak to you when asked. There are marvels upon marvels, and many mysteries waiting to be embraced by man. But there is the overwhelming attitude problem: the arrogance of unconcern and disassociation from Nature that commits man to separate himself from true and lawful inquiry. Right conduct must precede such inquiries. Right motivation must permeate the studies. Right application will aid the truth to endure. The right love of the study will open the doors to explanation. Otherwise men will yet again try to fling their lit matches into the fireworks factory.

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