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Aliens Amongst Us

Aliens Evolve

Scene Three:

Although you may be unaware that my existence is within your conscious potential, it is clear that your evolution continues. In the two vignettes you have just experienced, three evolutionary levels are manifest. At the most primitive, the indigenous life nodes themselves represent an advanced level of human evolution. Those nodes still use space and time to keep themselves oriented but do have some sense of the life force binding them. The connections are quite weak and cling to individual uniqueness as a persistent theme; but nonetheless, the unity of humanity is at least speculatively considered.

The life nodes in the first vignette have evolved noticeably more. They clearly perceive themselves as separate and more advanced relative to the indigenous life nodes. Even so, they remain in the space time mode. They hold to the notion that historically they traveled from a far away planet to the Earth planet. As nonsensical as this is, it enables them to account for their presence among the indigenous life nodes while recognizing their persisting sense of separateness. An unfortunate consequence of this awkwardness is a belief in their superiority relative to the indigenous life nodes.

The point is real. The life node they refer to as their leader in the capital city has taken their self-aggrandizing sense of superiority to the extreme. The interesting point is that these so called aliens fully support their leader in the capital city and his movement toward greater influence and control by the life nodes in the inner circle. I had not predicted that the seduction of wealth, power and influence combined with perceived superiority would freeze life force evolution to the extent it obviously has. I fear that the collective life force may have its evolving progress substantially inhibited.

What if anything can we do to facilitate ongoing evolution of the collective life force?

Perhaps considering the prime dimensions of the collective life force serves. Space and time are convenient constructions enabling a useful way of organizing experience for the life nodes. This is especially helpful for those life nodes not able to grasp the unity. The challenge is developing insight that acknowledges that space and time are but possible perspectives within an array of possible perspectives. Of course all space and all time are present concurrently and are without actual dimension. Thus motion and change are but trivial notions posited for the convenience of the less evolved. Doing something to prompt this insight in the less evolved is itself nonsensical. Insight is not input. It is output. Appreciation of the unity is not an action. It is the absence of action. It is toward which humanity is pulled, not a push phenomenon.

This also applies to individualism. The notion of discreet life nodes separate from other life nodes is equally nonsensical. Even so, it is useful for life nodes unable to grasp the unity. grasping the underlying unity is perhaps the most significant evolutionary marker. The least evolved life nodes are doubled down on individualism. The more primitive the life node, the more energy is expended on super-individualism. This is reinforced with aspirations for increasing wealth, power and influence. These aspirations combine with an increasing disregard of the aspirations of other life nodes and any but the I in Individual. We shifts to I and you, and then in turn to me and not you, and finally to only I. The leader in the capital city along with others in the inner circle represent the case in point. External forces collapse the inner circle either by evolution or revolution; but collapse they will. Humanity will evolve but not through deliberative action. the collapse of the inner circle and an end to individualism at the expense of the unity happens spontaneously and inevitably.

I know that my perspective is shifting and assume that other life nodes are experiencing shifting perspectives as well. My concern is that we are collectively experiencing an evolutionary regression. Our political leaders tell us what they are doing, have done and hope to do that justify selecting them to lead. They attempt to stake claim to being the most qualified to lead. More to the point, they hope to stake claim to having the best plan to move the indigenous life nodes into the future. Their claim of individual superiority is obvious and their inability to move beyond time as a gauge of action persists. They have no insight into the unity and the responsibility of government to foster and enhance the responsibility of all life nodes for all life nodes. They value the primitive concept that promotes a notion that says, “follow me, I will take care of you,” as apposed to one that says, “Please select the leaders who will best enable all of us to care for all of us.”

I am very aware that even we have difficulty discussing the unity. Our understanding and language are not yet sufficient to capture its essence. We continue to fall back on space and time to inform our perceptions and on individualist notions to structure our communication. Our evolution is far from complete. Doing our best to do our best for all the rest is perhaps the best our existence can ever support on our journey toward the unity. For now, let’s only hope that we all do well, be well, and stay safe, knowing that we can always do better, do more to nurture the life force on which we all depend.