Thursday, February 15, 2007

Your future is what you create it to be.

There are prophesies and many of these are dire. However, quantum physics gives us an option, no matter how "accurate" these prophets/seers might be. For many years, I endured a cult which held this as a constant datum - the world was "going to hell in a handbasket", which only they had the answer to. Unfortunately, this is really separatist and more than a bit "down your nose" at the rest of the world. No, they weren't right. That set of data only reinforces their silo walls - which keeps people coming back for more.

Quantum physics says that the observer affects the experiment. What you think changes the world around you. As Braden uncovers below, these prophesies have alternate endings. As I write this, I am listening to an MP3 from the Kolbrin Bible folks. It's dire and pressing. 2012 is just seven years from now and is intensely centered by various folks. Kolbrin, Maya, Hopi and other prophecies say this date is a heavy one. (December 21st, to be exact.)

But there is the alternative - learn to live with peace and then you will attract peace to you. If you keep exciting yourself with incredible prophesies and their disastrous outcomes, this is your future and present. Sure, set yourself up for all alternatives, but this is common sense with the government we currently have (FEMA can't even protect its own trailers...). I live on a farm, which is a bit of insulation between myself and much of the intense craziness the world can have. Those in cities and megalopolises won't do well in case of widespread disaster (look what happened in New York during just a garbage strike, much less heavy snows).

But we don't have to go that way. There is perhaps another reason we can devote ourselves to learning peace - we will then attract peace to ourselves and our world.

I've screen-scraped this page as linked, so that I can have this data in written form - previously I had run into it via MP3 file, but this isn't searchable. Having this in my blog-set gives me the data I need for various reference.

Prophecy, Prayer & Choice Gregg Braden Interviewed:

Gregg Braden Interviewed by Miriam Knight

Apocalypse now? Not necessarily ... According to a new interpretation of the prophecies of Isaiah in the Dead Sea Scrolls, it's actually up to you and me. Have the religious leaders and traditions of the last two millennia been missing something? Well, yes, particularly the Western traditions, which are still suffering from the conquest of logic over feeling that stemmed from 325 a.d. when tremendous amounts of information were removed from the open literature and relegated to mystery schools and elite priesthoods.

Western traditions began to forget the key principles laid down in the Isaiah scroll, although they were preserved in some of the Eastern and Native American traditions. It has taken the intellectual tools of quantum science to bring us back to the point of understanding from which we departed 1700 years ago.

The concept of parallel universes was only postulated in 1957, and the scientific proof of the existence of parallel states of matter, in this case Beryllium, was only published in 1998. This provided the final piece of the puzzle for Gregg Braden, author, scientist, lecturer and guide to sacred sites around the world, enabling him to make the conceptual bridge between the physics and the metaphysics of prophecy.

Gregg Braden is an intense individual who is totally impassioned by the need to share these insights. His first book, Awakening to Zero Point ­ the Collective Initiation, described the tremendous shifts that are occurring throughout all the levels of this planet ­ from viral mutations to geological cataclysms to shifts in human consciousness. It raised the question of what do we do on a personal level in the presence of these kinds of changes? Gregg's answer came in his second book, Walking Between the Worlds, the Science of Compassion. Using the teachings of the ancient Essenes, he shows us that compassion is a science accessible to all. Through it we can transcend the challenges that we are now facing individually and collectively.

This book was based on recently translated texts from the authors of the Dead Sea Scrolls. The 2000-year-old Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered in 1946. A small team of 8 scholars controlled access to the scrolls, and only a small portion of the scrolls has been translated and released. There were 22,000 fragments and scrolls on papyrus, metal and hide, but only one was found intact ­ the Isaiah Scroll.

His third book, which will be released on March 28th, is entitled The Isaiah Effect, Decoding the Lost Science of Prayer and Prophecy. It is based on an interpretation of the Isaiah Scroll illuminated by new scientific knowledge. It follows on from his second book, and offers an answer to the suffering of the individual or the masses that we see through planetary changes, whether from natural upheavals, warfare or disease. It describes how we may collectively come together and address all these challenges through the science contained in the Isaiah Scroll.


The portion of the scroll that this book is based on relates to prophesy, specifically for our time in history, for the shift from the 2nd to the 3rd millennium. If anyone is uncomfortable with the concept of prophecy in our time, it is equally valid to use the words employed by academics and the military, namely remote viewing. The book is a somewhat radical deviation from the way the scholars have traditionally interpreted the scroll in the past.

Isaiah offers insights into our future which have parallels to prophecies from many other traditions, such as the Maya, Navajo, Hopi and Egyptian, all the way to Nostradamus and Edgar Cayce. All of their prophecies had cycles of bad and good times, but there was not necessarily agreement as to which came when.

"I chose to use the Isaiah scroll because it is representative of what I believe all these prophecies are saying to us, and because it is one of the first. What we find is that more often than not the prophets are seeing tremendous amounts of catastrophic loss of life due to famine, disease, rogue weather and war, and then these are followed by times of peace and gentle weather patterns, cooperation between nations and governments."

Where The Isaiah Effect deviates from the traditional interpretations is that scholars have seen these as linear events; that is, they have seen us going through bad times before we get to the good times.


In 1957 a physicist at Princeton, Hugh Everett III, suggested that for every moment of our lives there are many, many moments, possibilities and outcomes playing out simultaneously and present for every choice in our lives. They are all happening at the same time, though we are not necessarily aware of them. He called these parallel possibilities. Science fiction immediately adopted these ideas, and like so many others, it has now been proven to be a science fact.

In Braden's interpretation of the Isaiah Scroll, when we focus on one of those possibilities out of the many, this becomes our reality. What this implies is that for every moment of catastrophe the prophets see in our future, while they may well be possible consequences of the choices we are making in our lives right now, there are other outcomes just as possible.

Isaiah is very clear when he says that it is just as possible that we are about to enter a time of unprecedented cooperation between nations, and that war will not even be in our vocabulary. The mystery among the scholars has been how could these prophets speaking thousands of years ago see such different possibilities for the same moment in history?

"What I believe, and am calling the Isaiah Effect, is that the ancient prophets were actually adept masters at slipping between those parallel realities. And, they were giving insight to us in this generation as to what they saw as the possibilities in the only words that they had 2500 years ago. They took it one step further and gave us the science of how to determine which of those possibilities played out in our lives. Every time we make the choices that allow us to move into those new possibilities, we experience the Isaiah Effect."


This is where the boundaries between spiritual traditions, religions, quantum physics and philosophy become very fuzzy. One of the things we've been told by proponents of "new thought" is that we create our reality. What quantum science now says, and what I believe the ancients were saying, is that that is close, but not completely accurate. Rather, for every moment in our lives we live a great many simultaneous possibilities that are all playing out in time. They are essentially dormant in our cosmos, sleeping until we awaken them through choices we make. All our individual choices then become our collective response to a given time in history.

Thus although we may now be witnessing the precursors to some of the most frightening prophecies, other outcomes are available and just as likely. How do we move from one possibility to the other? The clues are in the Isaiah scroll.


We lost sight of the relationship between mankind, thought, feeling and emotion and the cosmos when the sacred texts that we had relied upon for our understanding were made inaccessible in the 4th century. As a result, we became a very logic-based society, but the indigenous traditions had preserved those understandings. When the Essenes left the Qumran area to escape persecution, they carried with them copies of entire libraries. Some of them went to Bolivia and Peru, and there are today active Essene monasteries in southern Peru. The Hopi and Navajo traditions also confirm these texts, and others went to the monasteries in the highlands of Tibet for safekeeping for later generations.

In 1998 Braden took a pilgrimage to 12 of these Tibetan monasteries and two nunneries and was shown one of these libraries, and began to understand that the Tibetans not only house the libraries containing Christian and pre-Christian traditions, but they are also living these traditions today. They have incorporated these inner technologies into their daily routines.

"Among the many pieces of wisdom that were lost to the west and preserved for us by the Tibetans is a mode of prayer that is very different from the traditional prayers of the west. It is this mode of prayer that they showed us in their texts that I believe Isaiah was referring to in his scroll. This mode of prayer ties us back into the quantum principles and allows us to participate in choosing the outcome for our moment in history. This is key in the seminar that I shall be giving in Portland. We will actually participate in this Lost Mode of Prayer and have the opportunity to apply it as a group in a phenomenon that is now called mass prayer."


How does this mass prayer differ from what we are familiar with? "The prayer that we are talking about transcends religion and science and mysticism. It is based on reincorporating human feeling into our relationship with the world. Now, rather than feeling like helpless observers, we have the opportunity to participate in events as they unfold."

The ancient Essenes used the qualities of thought, feeling and emotion to describe how we experience life in this world. Emotion is the power system that drives us forward in our world each day, and that power system has no direction until it is guided by our thought. The union of thought and emotion is feeling. The Tibetans were very clear to distinguish between their prayers and the chants, mantras and mudras they used to get themselves into the right feeling for prayer. They said that their prayer has no outward form because prayer is feeling.

That is interesting because quantum science is now suggesting that human feeling is the way that we move from one quantum outcome to another. Somehow human feeling is related to the outcome that we experience individually and collectively. What we now have is a "technology of prayer," which implies understanding how to do a thing and repeatedly get the same outcome. That is precisely what we are finding as we create specific qualities of emotion and thought in our bodies. That gives us repeatedly and predictably a feeling which Isaiah says is how we choose which outcome to experience at this time, good or bad.


How is this feeling different from other modes of prayer that we are used to in the West? Primarily in that they ask for something while this new mode invites us to create the feeling in our bodies as if the prayer had already been answered. Visualizations are powerless unless we breathe life into them through the power of emotion and feeling as if those visualizations had already come to pass. If this mode of prayer works as we believe, there is no reason for us to experience the catastrophic predictions because we now have the collective power to change reality. But we must come together to do so through mass prayer, using feeling fueled by the power of human emotion.

This is such a powerful tool that in some of our seminars people have experienced a very profound and healing effect just because these people felt new possibilities open in their heart and gave themselves permission to change.

When we embody a feeling, we attract that reality and the outer world mirrors for us what our inner world has created. We determine what we experience by what we have become in our lives. Whether we choose peace or fear in our personal lives, the world mirrors back to us those same qualities because the world honors the principles of creation. As the ancient Essenes said, "Become peace, for that is the attractor of peace to the world."

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