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#1 2008-01-24 07:03:23

titmouse_
Kosmic MountainGoat
From: Shores of Lake Titikaka
Registered: 2006-05-26

Quest of the Hero

trans4mind.com wrote:

The reviewer (see his brilliant site: Transcending the Matrix Control System) is a truthseeker, on a quest to expose the dark and empower the light. Like those before him, his primary goal is to help others arm themselves with knowledge to better fulfill their evolutionary potential. Having studied four years of physics and electrical engineering, he left college to pursue more independent research. His interests include physics, inventing, esoteric knowledge, music and painting. He lives with his girlfriend in Virginia. More articles from Tom will follow in Metamorphosis.

What are some of the major contributions to your life that have re/directed you via the efforts of Montalk @ NobleRealms.org ? Will this be the end of interacting with other fringe truth-seekers on public forums, or will this be a new beginning as an autonomous individual on a hero's quest?  Not meaning to limit the choices, I am just interested to know what has or hasn't inspired you to pursue your evolutionary potential

Looking forward to your replies.  I'll post mine later on.


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#2 2008-01-24 19:09:21

Mencius
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Re: Quest of the Hero

For some reason this thread made me think how nice it would be if Tom/Montalk would publish an actual physical book that would be sold in bookstores. I can imagine Falcon Press might be interested, since they are the ones who publish RAW and similar authors. If Montalk were to compile his information in full book form with a good bibliography, I can imagine it being pretty successful. It would be so nice for this information to be available to people in physical form.

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#3 2008-02-01 08:08:43

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From: Shores of Lake Titikaka
Registered: 2006-05-26

Re: Quest of the Hero

Mencius wrote:

For some reason this thread made me think how nice it would be if Tom/Montalk would publish an actual physical book that would be sold in bookstores. I can imagine Falcon Press might be interested, since they are the ones who publish RAW and similar authors. If Montalk were to compile his information in full book form with a good bibliography, I can imagine it being pretty successful. It would be so nice for this information to be available to people in physical form.

http://www.tngenweb.org/clay/Bible.jpg
The book of Tom--the online bible for seekers.


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#4 2008-02-01 14:29:19

T-Ren
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From: Earth Lab
Registered: 2004-11-18

Re: Quest of the Hero

Preparatory knowledge is one thing. ie being able to the way TPTB use colours and symbols and the subtle manipulating they do throug them. A little knowledge removes/ reduces tat influence.

Being able to learn and work out the difference between intending/ intention and requesting.

Topic volume:Not sure if something really works? Search it here, numerology, meditation, use of colours, abductions, karma, natural remedies...the volumes of replies can speak volumes.

The input of the sheer number of people that although they are not "guru's" they also are not living from the arm chair either and they are will to share their experiences. If not for this sight there would have been many insights and growth opportunities missed from morningsun, ayahuasca, feirtciva, atlantis, nexus, haven, Bare Foot Doc, Montalk , lyra, freeme, violet... and many others through the posting of a link, book, music or exchanges in a thread have all impacted me.

Now these few years later I'm not needing the books and links anymore  for guidance or to learn - now they are to enhance- My connection that I needed is now beyond a shadow of a doubt, the corrections/ challanges, the encouragement and support from here has a big part in that.


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#5 2008-02-02 06:02:02

T-Ren
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Registered: 2004-11-18

Re: Quest of the Hero

The book of Tom--the online bible for seekers

As thick as it would be it would be referred to as Tom's Tomb, and he might well think it was because I saw the cover in a dream and he had it titled "A ridiculously indepth look at the realms for the fringe dweller ...or...here lies the compiler of this very large book."


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#6 2008-02-03 04:32:11

titmouse_
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From: Shores of Lake Titikaka
Registered: 2006-05-26

Re: Quest of the Hero

http://www.lucifereffect.com/heroism.htm

Celebrating Heroism

Lucifereffect.com wrote:

Their heroic deeds are always special, but these heroes are just plain folks, ordinary citizens, who “do what they had to do” when moved to action by some call to service. Typically, they say, “It was nothing special;” “I did what anyone would do in that situation.” And some add, “and what everyone ought to do.” I refer to this phenomenon as “the banality of heroism.” Doing so, obviously trades off of its similar opposite in the phrase coined by Hannah Arendt, “the banality of evil,” that she used to describe why modern criminals, like Nazi Adolph Eichmann were so frightening precisely because they are “terrifyingly normal.”

We also want to believe that there is something IN some people that drives them toward evil, while there is something different IN others that drives them toward good. It is an obvious notion but there is no hard evidence to support that dispositional view of evil and good, certainly not the inner determinants of heroism. There may be, but I need to see reliable data before I am convinced. Till then, I am proposing we focus on situational determinants of evil and good, trying to understand what about certain behavioral settings pushes some of us to become perpetrators of evil, others to look the other way in the presence of evil doers, tacitly condoning their actions and thus being guilty of the [b]evil of inaction
, while others act heroically on behalf of those in need or righting injustice. Some situations can inflame the “hostile imagination,” propelling good people to do bad deeds, while something in that same setting can inspire the “heroic imagination” propelling ordinary people toward actions that their culture at a given time determines is “heroic.” I argue in Lucifer and recent essays, that follow here, it is vital for every society to have its institutions teach heroism, building into such teachings the importance of mentally rehearsing taking heroic action—thus to be ready to act when called to service for a moral cause or just to help a victim in distress.

One important distinction is that between physical risk and social risk types of heroism. Heroism in service of a noble idea is usually not as dramatic as physical risk heroism. However, physical risk is often the result of a snap decision, a moment of action. Further, physical risk heroism usually involves a probability not the certainty of serious injury or death. The individual performing the act is generally removed from the situation after a short period of time. On the other hand, it might be argued that some forms of civil heroism are more heroic than physical risk forms of heroism. People like Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Dr. Albert Schweitzer willingly and knowingly submitted to the trials of heroic civil activity day after day for much of their adult lives. In this sense, the risk associated with physical-risk heroism is better termed peril, while the risk involved in civil heroism is considered sacrifice.


"I did what anyone would do, and what everyone ought to do."


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#7 2008-02-03 05:59:42

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Re: Quest of the Hero

Their heroic deeds are always special, but these heroes are just plain folks, ordinary citizens, who “do what they had to do” when moved to action by some call to service. Typically, they say, “It was nothing special;” “I did what anyone would do in that situation.” And some add, “and what everyone ought to do.” I refer to this phenomenon as “the banality of heroism.” Doing so, obviously trades off of its similar opposite in the phrase coined by Hannah Arendt, “the banality of evil,” that she used to describe why modern criminals, like Nazi Adolph Eichmann were so frightening precisely because they are “terrifyingly normal.”
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I don't accept her premise that they were 'normal' people.  Hitler was not normal due to the circumstances he found himself due to the fact that the Jews involved the U.S. in a war that we had no reason to be engaged.  WWI.  He was bewildered and embittered by finding himself homeless and penniless at the conclusion of WWI, a war that Germany had actually won and was willing to let end, and everything go back to normal.  Yet, we entered it, and it was later found out that by our entering that war, Lord Balfour's declaration was lended legitimacy.  Also, Wilson didn't like Austria's government and had socialistic idea's he wanted to play with by experimenting them first in Europe.  Of course, it could also be international bankers wanting our involvement, again, I possibly go back to the Jews. <grin>  Possibly, it could have been the work of a Maha chohan, balancing the consciousness of humanity.  With that last, I was really going out on a limb.  Consider it anti-climax.

No matter what the hero says, concerning his status as normal, he is not.  This person who will stand up in a given situation and act even at the risk of personal harm, to do what is just in a situation, is special.  You will find them in many places among crowds of people.  Yet, if one attempts through some algorythm to discover precisely who and where these people are, they will fail.   You cannot know when the Spirit in a man will take the drivers seat.  Most of what we are is not contained within the physical body.  We simply have some connections to the rest of us, to a more or less degree of tenuity.


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