Posted by Baron Johan on October 31, 1997 at 22:17:10:
In Reply to: Re: The Slow Waver posted by Nemo on October 31, 1997 at 11:11:26:
: : A WORD FROM THE HILLMAN GROUP
: : In the last channeling session the female entity Ruffu presented
: : herself. She spoke of a gateway of Light. At the other
: : side she could see a tall, well-dressed man with a pipe (slunga) in
: : his left lowered hand, making a very slow wave with his other hand. He spoke
: : to Ruffu presenting himself as Captain Hillman.
: : As usual she told us many things from her own head. She loves to talk and
: : she is really a wise entity, no doubt, but as we have come to know her we
: : have learned not to be to overwhelmed by her presence. She has a mission to
: : mediate Hillman's thoughts, but she is more fond of her own thoughts. She uses
: : her charm to stand in focus and frankly, not much of Hillmanīs own wisdoms usually
: : pours through. This time we asked her to concentrate on Hillman. She laughed
: : and said that he was waving because he was saying farewell. She could se him
: : smile under his big moustache pointing to the northern sky were a nothern light
: : was dancing on the stairs.
: : "Time is motion and time is everywhere. Time creates
: : time. The vaccum is timeless. Insert matter and time enters. Thats why timelessness
: : is unmeasurable. And remember, there are no such thing as Chance. Ladonia, seek
: : your Fate. Know your Fate. Time is a changing. Fate is not."
: Time and nothingnes have much in common! I wonder, Baron Johan if I could use this passage as one of the articles in the collection in The Office of Nothingness?
: Greetings from Nemo
: Ex uihilo kvedam fit.
Highly esteemed Nemo!
Of course you may use the words if you find them useful. I am glad that dear Hillman's final statement made some waves on this surface of ours that we call Ladonia. Certainly Time and Space are important concepts when dealing with Nothingness. Ralph Lundsten has discussed these quantities by tones. By the way, is it possible to create silence by using tones, I wonder?
A Slow Wave
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