Rendlesham Forest and the Co-ordinates

A brief survey of all the co-ordinates should give further information on the principle message emanating from the UFO to the world. A sound psychological assumption based on the depth psychology of C. G. Jung is that the message from this foreign visitor to Planet Earth would be compensatory to the ways and values of the current world culture, especially Western Culture. The value of such messages is that they add to our conscious values and attitudes so that we can live a more wholesome and fulsome life. The basic assumption is that this object with its symbolic messages, like symbolic dreams and visions, comes from the unconscious for purpose of being integrated to our present one-sided materialistic and highly technological consciousness for the sake of bringing some balance to consciousness and, another conscious worldview altogether.

The question is if each co-ordinate is simply duplicating the message of the other coordinates or are there unique messages or emphasis for each co-ordinate? In fact, although there are some similarities in the message, there are also differences, as well as differences in emphasis. In fact, the material drawn on to write this brief note is uneven in-depth and quality and the ground covered. Be that as it may, there does seem to be compensatory messages to the contemporary world that, when integrated to consciousness, would bring in a healthier, richer, more balanced, and fruitful culture and civilization.

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In-Depth Reflections on What the Future Holds

This small book contains four Reviews that I made in the year 2020.  The first two include Book Reviews, one on Peter Kingsley and Catafalque, the other on Patrizia Norelli-Bachelet and The Chronicles of the Inner Chamber that were requested/suggested to me in close-proximity time wise, thus indicating the non-dual law of synchronicity was in play.  I completed the review on Kingsley’s book and then proceeded with the review of Norelli-Bachelet’s Chronicles. To do this review, which is exceptionally complex, I felt a need to summarize her Chronicles, which is also included.  Then I was encouraged to write a review of Gregory Shaw’s review of Kingsley’s book.

Recently, I have had inner promptings to put them together in a pamphlet or small book and this is the result.  Given the recent challenge to humanity of the Covid pandemic, I believe, these reviews could encourage studying the source material and, consequently, show the way to the future. The contemporary world is one-sidedly materialistic, whereas the future beckons for a world organized on spiritual and material values, so that spirit and matter unite.  That is the message of both Sri Aurobindo and the Mother, and Carl Jung.  That is the message we need to heed, so that the good Ship Earth is driven in the direction of healing and well-being, with our human participation.

Art and the Individuation Process: Art as Alchemy

This paper, which includes color pictures of some thirty-one [31] of my paintings, grew out of an exhibition of some of my art, held in Victoria BC in July and August, 2009. Following Jung, my art is a kind of active imagination, a meditative process meant for the sake of gaining consciousness for the sake of the Self, one’s totality. This is art as alchemy. Since my art is symbolic, the meaning of the images is not evident, particularly to viewers not used to the significance of symbolism.

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Master and Commander, the Movie

The movie, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, starring Russell Crowe and Paul Bettany is a cinematic adaptation of two books, the first and the tenth, of a saga of twenty volumes by author Patrick O’Brian (Tom McGregor, 2003). I haven’t read the novels and, at first, found the movie to be excellent cinematography but not particularly interesting otherwise. However, as I let the image wash over my psyche, the story turned out to be more meaningful than was first apparent.

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