Gaia, the Trickster and Paranormal Hotspots

As a follow-up to the previous article, I decided that some of the material was too detailed to include in the initial Psychoterrestrial Theory position. This material deserves to be considered separately, but not to be considered separate from my psychoterrestrial theory.

In the last couple of hours since posting, I’ve already been made aware of the regularity or irregularity, as it were, of paranormal events or experiences, so I thought I’d go ahead and post the follow-up article . Again, I state that this should not be taken in the language of the absolute or the conclusion, as by doing so I make myself a hypocrite and thus effectively discard my theory.

Some may ask where is the consistency of paranormal activity? Why doesn’t it always happen? Why can’t I see or experience it? The answers, as far as I can give them, are theoretical and just an observation, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t valid.

Where is the consistency of paranormal activity?

Seek and you shall find. Let’s look at that first question, but also rephrase it in a way that makes more sense. Where is paranormal activity consistent? I think the answer is twofold. I would say that for Paranormal Activities or Psychoterrestrial Phenomena to occur it must be done as an act of bi-location. It must first be perceived by the human subconscious mind and also be seen externally to it. In the singularity mindset, these two locations are one, but in a dualistic mindset that demands an “other than (myself)” type of thinking, there are two or more locations of simultaneous occurrences.

I’m being very dubious and careful not to involve ideas of Eastern mysticism or spiritual practice too much, although I think the two will inevitably marry, if they aren’t already, with the Trickster element and not just mysticism. Eastern but with all the spiritual/religious. points of view. It would not be at all surprising to me to find that this arena is the main playground of the Trickster phenomenon and the conceptual cradle of the archetypes necessary to manifest psychoterrestrial events. The human subconscious mind is perhaps like a reference library that Gaia Consciousness accesses in terms of communicative presentation and this in turn leads us to psychological filtering and how we perceive experiences and events.

Why doesn’t it always happen?

I could, with some vagueness of course, argue that the psychoterrestrial phenomenon is never NOT happening, but again, that argument is relevant to perception and I also want to avoid being accused of creating yet another “one size fits all” theory for all”. Suffice it to say, I believe that in order to experience a Psychoterrestrial Event, one must first be actively looking for it and not necessarily on a conscious level and one must first place oneself in an area of ​​known occurrences so that when events or experiences occur. more subtle, less frequent or not in a known hotspot, are recognized. It sounds innocuous and ambiguous, but this is my best attempt. I will try to simplify it a bit. How is it going? A mind that seeks is a mind that finds. When you search, you already have a preconception or at least an archetype buried in your subconscious of what you expect to find. A Still Mind finds nothing. I think Gaia Consciousness is only too happy to oblige by referencing your concepts and thus presenting them to you in their full manifest glory, but…with the Psychoterrestrial Event it is a surprise. a message Some form of communication. You are touching each other. Gaia Consciousness may have heard or intercepted your search or call and if someone must be responsible enough to undertake the search, perhaps they should also be responsible enough to make the preparations in order to achieve the experience they are perceiving! I also believe that Gaia Consciousness may be the “carrier frequency” that allows some to exhibit telepathic abilities. Don’t quote me on this, but this is, after all, a speculative position as all theories must be.

I won’t go much further into this aspect as again, it starts to sound very socio-religious and this sort of thing, due to its intimate nature, is perhaps only meant for the Experiencer.

So where are the areas of known occurrences? The Earth is full of them! Literally hundreds, if not thousands, of geographic locations on the planet are known for their constant anomalous activity and perhaps some, if not all, of them are psychoterrestrial in nature. There now appears to be documentation of psychoterrestrial phenomena interacting with the human subconscious and perhaps the conscious mind. I seem to recall Colin Andrews recounting an episode of Paratopia, experiments of certain groups of people who would draw a Crop Circle design on a piece of paper and the group would collectively visualize this design happening in the fields of southern England. Some cases have shown that this is a repeatable event. Likewise, researcher/investigator Christopher O’Brien recounts an event in his book Secrets of the Mysterious Valley, which involved him and several of his friends in upstate New York in 1979. They were sky-gazing (ah, looking!) at an athletic field on their school campus and Chris himself was the first to notice the anomalous glowing orange balls. light that seemed to interact with thought and request by forming various shapes in the sky at his signal. Communication!

The most prominent psychoterrestrial hot spots appear to be places held sacred by the indigenous/aboriginal peoples of the areas for sometimes thousands of years. Places like Sedona, Arizona, the Hudson River Valley, New York, the farmlands of southern England/Silbury Hill/Stone Henge, Mount Shasta, California, Hessdalen, Norway, and Mexico City, Mexico seem to be hotspots of ‘paranormal/psychoterrestrial activity. It’s almost as if all he has to do is just show up and maybe he’ll experience something great. Your chances certainly seem to increase if you go to these places.

Why can’t I see or experience it?

This is my easiest, shortest and most annoying and frustrating answer. I do not know. I wish I did, but I don’t. It sounds like a police response, but I assure you it is not.

I don’t think anyone can guarantee anyone an experience. I myself have had very close experiences with others who witnessed nothing. My best guess is that it has something to do with the searching mind. I think maybe some don’t see it because they just don’t want to. However, I suspect that those who don’t want to see out of fear are more likely to experience something than those who are simply apathetic and don’t care one way or the other. I have no reason for this observation that fear seems to be an attractor if not a catalyst for Psychoterrestrial Events. I’m also looking into more about this but I’m hesitant to elaborate further as it requires details and absolutes and well…we know how I feel about these…

Hello,

Erik