Topic: Introduction thread....

To re-acquaint people with each other, and for new members to the group who join on this board, I would like to re-introduce myself.

I live in the bay area; I have been reading and studying "alternative" subjects since I was 15. I study martial arts in a mutant form of Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu, and integrating the way I think of the world and how I live my life is a primary goal.

I am interested in bettering not only myself, but the world and universe I live in through expanding consciousness in the pursuit of wisdom and understanding.

I think that everything that we see in our current reality is an illusion and all aspects of life should be looked into with deep consideration, also I feel that one should be open to all possibilities of thought, yet should have a good filter in place which alerts them to concepts that are not for their highest and best good.

<i>"Knowing where the trap is--that's the first step in evading it."</i>


I am another yourself

"It's hard to advance freedom in a country that has been strangled by tyranny." - G.W. Bush 04/13/2004

2 (edited by lyra 2004-03-25 20:06:54)

Re: Introduction thread....

Hi all,

I agree Phlux, that's a good idea.  This worked over on the other forum, so why not do it again.

I'm a 29 year old female, currently living in Ft. Lauderdale.   I was raised in New England (CT and MA) and then my mom moved me and my brother to Southern California when I was 16.  (Orange County)   So I did 2 years of highschool in CT, 2 in SoCal.   What a contrast!  Good life experience though.

Since I was a kid I've been "different" and have had weird and unusual things happen to me.    I was a smart, serious "old soul" kid, really intuitive, and developed stronger psychic abilities at around age 13.   At age 9 I began getting into researching all the weird topics - aliens/abductions, ghosts/the paranormal, Egypt and ancient/lost civilizations, etc.   Went to the public library and got everything I could on those topics from the "grown up section".   Anybody else here have fond memories of pouring over those Time Life "Mysteries of the Unknown" books?     I loved those as a kid, and read as much as I could get my hands on.   Loved any and all movies about the weird and paranormal stuff as well.   I had a parents who were firm believers in that stuff and talked about it openly, so that helped.  This seems to be the "script" though for many out there I've learned, probably many who are members to this forum.   "The Starseeds", the "Indigo Children" and all the other labels they have tried to come up with. 

I began writing at age 10, and that has always been a big important part of who I am.   I used to write fiction, but now I focus on writing non-fiction speculative articles on subjects concerning metaphysics and conspiracy.   I always knew I wanted to be a writer, and started proclaiming it at age 10 - I knew that was the reason I was here.   Something I'm supposed to do.   I just never realized it would wind up being in this format - writing about these subjects, for the internet.   The internet didn't even exist when I was a kid, so I always thought I'd write traditional books.   I now consider the internet to be a much better tool though then traditional books could ever be, if your goal is simply to get information out there to as many people as possible for the maximum amount of impact.  So yeah, this isn't what I could have imagined as a kid, but you never know where life is going to take you.  smile

I haven't chosen the path that "the program" conditions us all to choose.   It's been a long and weird and unusual and crazy and interesting road.   Was out on my own before graduating highschool.   I've lived in Connecticut, Massachusetts, California, Oregon and now South Florida, the last three all within 2 1/2 years.  !    Did a brief stint years back bouncing around in repossessed houses with roommates, before we all went "legit".  To me it was just a fun adventure and I was too young to have understood the seriousness of it all, which is exactly why I could enjoy myself!     Traveled around on roadtrips, met a slew of interesting and unusual characters over the years who always seemed to be convenienantly inserted into the works just when needed.   Lived with crazy roomates, bounced around at tons of jobs, trying out different professions - Hotels, waitressing, cocktailing, office work - oftentimes having multiple jobs at the same time.    In the middle of it all I wrote wrote wrote as much as I could, snapped tons of photos, and just plowed ahead, with no direction, making it all up as I went along.  I'm still doing that.  Probably why I have a lot of dreams involving maps, and map-related symbolisms. 

And the phrase from "The Truman Show" comes to mind......How Will It End?

"Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting "Holy shit ... what a ride!"  - Anonymous
"I get by with a little help from my (higher density) friends."

3 (edited by Abrashea 2004-04-09 11:31:10)

Re: Introduction thread....

hello I'm Abra!

I was actually directed here frm a friend whose name on here I think is Palulukon, but I'm still exploring a learning from...I'm one of those dime-a-dozen newbies. Im an indigo. and a Sugar Glider obsessive. Oh Im also in the process of reading the wave series. So that's about it for me. Will be spending a lot of time on this UBB in the future.


...I Love peanut butter cookies...

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These gliders are way too cute! Cool pics. Now I want to collect em all...and their little pouches and chairs.                               


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hehe Thanks sedna!

...I Love peanut butter cookies...

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Hello, I am Matthew or rather that is my name. I'm 31 and live in the Ozarks of NW Ark. My wife and I have an animal sanctuary and operate right out of our home on ten acres in the woods. No one else, just the two of us. On the weekend I work at a nutritional supplements store 20mi. away in Fayetteville, home of the "Razorbacks". Yes it is a college town, and there are also a large number of "alternative" folks. I moved here from Memphis, TN where I pretty much grew up. Spent some time when I was real young in Virginia Beach. Navy brat. In my late teens I had some psychadelic experiences nothing short of life changing meeting God in the light fixture of my dormatory room and such. From then on I continued seeking always talking to God not realizing until my early twenties that holy cow! God was really listening and that was who indeed I was talking to, not to mention of course other beings physical and non which I didn't realize til later some did not have my best interests at heart. I feel so fortunate I have many friends, if you all know what I mean. I've been interested in astrology, eastern studies, and the gammut since then, but most of what I consider to be truly profound is my interactions with others in states of expanded consciousness. This includes our animal friends. Just the simple exchange of unconditional love and knowing. I am so blinking forgetful. Blah! I look forward to exchanging with you all on a forum dedicated to seeing our way out of the maze of 3D and remembering our origins...home. We are the universe. Peace to you all.

" Then it was, then again it will be. And though the course may change sometimes rivers always reach the sea." Robert Plant