When reluctantly frequenting online communities of “lightworkers”, I am always amazed by the overwhelming lack of “light” in the comments section.

Seriously, if I read one more comment that “none of this is real” or “nothing is happening” or anything along those lines, I might lose it.  I’m not sure where you’re positioned that you simultaneously frequent those types of boards and yet don’t have any concrete proof that all of “this” is very real, and there is quite a lot “happening, but I invite you to come spend some time in my neck of the woods.  It will swiftly and completely absolve you of any doubt as to the intricacy and patience required for a multidimensional programming for a shift of this nature.

There seem to be very few incarnate who have a solid grasp of the bigger picture, and the machinations thereof.  It’s not enough to be somewhat versed in various types of “software”, you also have to understand the hardware, the relationship between objective and subjective, and all sorts of nitty gritty details that take lifetimes to learn.

I could stop reading channelings and stay away from light-lounges altogether, but it’s useful data, even though my forays into the light often leave me frustrated and quickly retreating back into the far more comfortable shadows.

I really wish there was some kind of cohesive community for people like me, but how?  We don’t have labels.  Everyone else seems so comfortable with some title or another: “lightworker”, “shaman”, “starseed”, even “witch”.  What is it called when your primary job is hacking the universal basecode?  Meta-Anonymous?


The Invisible College


“The Invisible College” has a long and illustrious history.  It is entirely imaginary, but don’t be confused – that doesn’t at all mean that it isn’t real.  Certain members a few centuries ago did attempt to make it a reality in this world, and one could argue that any esoteric school worth its salt could lay claim to being a material outpost of The College, but for the most part, The Invisible College is just that – invisible.

Any explorer of consciousness or Dreamer will at one time or another (or many, as the case may be) find themselves on one of the college’s many campuses.  There simply isn’t enough available data, even on our rapidly expanding internet, to ascertain which collective areas of the College are most frequently visited by incarnate humans.  Suffice it to say that if you find yourself in a dream sitting in a classroom, or on a field trip, or in a lab, or in any sort of a lesson-based scenario wherein you are learning things beyond the scope of the imagination of the general populace, you’ve accessed the literal portion of the Invisible College.  The metaphorical portion, of course, is life itself.

If one is particularly masochistic, one might wish to pursue all sorts of graduate and honorary degrees from the College.  One might also kick themselves in the pants mentally a number of times after deciding to do so.  A PhD from the Invisible College comes at great cost, and is not earned easily.  That said, if you find yourself in the middle of a particularly difficult degree – congratulations!  You wouldn’t have had it any other way.  The graduation celebration will come eventually… just not quite yet.

Robert’s Rules of Order

This site is not intended for people who require Reality 101.  When I say that our job in this Shift is to redesign the hologram while attempting to maintain as much stability as possible throughout the process, you should already be nodding your head in agreement, or at least disagreeing on reasonable, intelligent terms.  Your disagreement with any of my statements should be tempered with the knowledge that statements made in linear space-time automatically require about a billion disclaimers regarding perspective, but were I to refrain from making any statements without including all necessary disclaimers, I would remain permanently silent.  I will not be catering to people who crave politically correct discourse regarding The Shift – I will be telling the Truth, from my Position, and my position is often not very pretty.

Certain presuppositions that we must agree on in order to discuss this particular global Shift from my perspective:

1) Dreams are holographic reality matrices, existing on a sliding scale of more or less “real” than the dream we refer to as consensus reality.  Any experience, when experienced by your consciousness, is “real” to your consciousness – the difference between a delusion and everyday reality is simply a matter of collective shared experience.  However, the feeling of relative reality within a dream can be a useful indicator of “level” when determining ego/subconscious/collective/archetypal/etc., or even dimensionality.

2) We are all energetically connected, and this energy can be accessed and worked with directly and with purposeful intent.  We live in a network of energy, as if we’re each individual computers connected to the internet.  If you’re a certain sort, you can learn to move behind the scenes and attempt to hack the universal basecode… for the collective good, of course.  Not to say it hasn’t been used for other purposes in the past – hence The Shift.

3) Nothing is supernatural (ie “outside” of nature).  Everything naturally arose from itself in the void, and even the strangest, most bizarre phenomena (trust me, I’ve witnessed plenty) are still within the coding parameters of “natural”.

4) Science can be extremely helpful, but by the very nature of the scientific method, it discards subjective evidence.  As reality is simultaneously subjective and objective, science completely overlooks half of reality.  This is problematic for science, and frustrating for completely rational, practical, intelligent people who experience things on a regular basis that the omnipotent gods of science deem impossible.  (Do I sound bitter? Well, I used to worship at the altar of Science in my atheist days, until I saw mathematical proof that Science is missing exactly half of The Big Picture, and I grew increasingly disenchanted with that particular belief system).

5) The consensus reality we experience on Earth can be compared to a particularly concrete dream.  The coding parameters in Earth’s 3D space-time dimple give us particular (ruthlessly inflexible, to my dismay) physical laws which break down at the quantum level.  These physical laws are neither universal nor absolute, and while they do negate many fun possibilities in the material world, they do not restrict the ability of consciousness to move anywhere and everywhere at will.  In this way, accessing and learning to explore consciousness acts as the gateway to liberation, and finding the membrane between The Dreaming and our reality (aka the Higgs field) enables us to impact our reality via our actions in The Dreaming.

About Me

I’m on Earth working the Shift.  To say that I am less than thrilled about it would be a gross understatement.  I have just about resigned myself to the fact that I seem to be stuck here until the end of my natural life, but I will never stop trying to find a loophole in that clause.

My work is mostly through Dreams, including the one we call consensus reality.  I’m a lucid dreamer and use my nightly dreamstate for energetic work across the dimensions and levels.  Not that I have a choice, most of the time – I’m a member of a number of karmic teams, as we all are.  The only difference between me and most people is that I have full consciousness in The Dreaming, which opens worlds of possibility.  Therefore, I get most of my updates on The Shift “in person” – I do appreciate channeling but I’m highly skeptical of anything even remotely ambiguous.  I’m highly practical and enjoyed a decade and a half of fascist atheism before being forcibly and oh-so-reluctantly catalyzed into position for the Shift.

I’m distrustful and occasionally downright disdainful of religions and belief systems – my understanding of reality is constantly in flux.  I consider myself a “witch” only because I came into this world with that identity, although my inherent understanding of the term doesn’t quite mesh with anything I’ve seen here so far.  I’m definitely not one for ceremonies, or pomp and circumstance… where I come from, there’s nothing symbolic about magic (unless you’re to argue from the perspective that all reality holograms are inherent metaphors).

In any case, I’m here now, and I’m working my ass off (totally thanklessly) so I don’t have to be, or at least so that “here, now” becomes much more enjoyable than it has been.

Should anyone take any offense whatsoever to my tone not living up to their standards of unicorn sparkles and “dear friends” and whatever else the New Age types like to pad their matrix with these days, they can show themselves the door.  My work is real, and it goes everywhere, by necessity, including into the darkest dark.  There can be no lightest light without the void, and All Is One.

That’s not to say that I don’t like unicorn sparkles, because I do.