For what reason do you come?
>We wish on this occasion to once again implore your more frequent amanuensis skills. We have work undone. Will you help us?
>Good. We will begin for today with the implications of our prior communication concerning the consequences of the variation of historical practice of considering only the study of the spiritual impact of the spiritual domain. We intend to initiate an international trend towards the study of that domain on human life in all its variety, but particularly the impact on the theory of being. Where once it was sufficient to know of the ground-level knowledge relevant to agriculture for food creation, now the realm of theory has encompassed the origins and end of the known universe. The question then is, what lies beyond that?
As anyone who has read or studied history will know, spiritual impulses have arisen in the breast and mind of humans for many thousands of years. Once, it was sufficient to respond only to the heart-felt love emanating from the domain contacted in dreams, sleep and vision. Now, however, a more dynamic understanding is required, to know in their own domain the entities who inhabit the spiritual domain.
Once the argument for the affirmation of the consensual reality of the spiritual domain, based on the empirical observations of mystics, is affirmed, then the world will fall into a new order of wholeness, as a complete view will be available to any person willing to take the time to develop the required skills to do so.
This will challenge the old order, it is true. Religion in it’s simplistic forms will fall away. Belief will be less required. This is not in any sense a bad thing, as empiricism is universally respectful of the individual’s right to make up their own mind, and coercion has no place in it.
This trend towards respect for the individual is commonplace in civilised societies, and can be extended further when it is extended to religious belief as a subset of consensual reality, rather than lying completely outside it, as is the current situation in the trendsetters of rational thought, the scientific community. So it is to this community that the attention must be directed, to progress by rational argument the empirical reality of the spiritual domain, and then to accurately map the consequences of that for both the average person, and the person gifted in spiritual perception.
The question is, who will help us in our task to make this attitude towards spiritual empiricism known? It cannot be attended to by the participants in the established religious order, for they would understand it to represent a threat to their continued existence. It will not be undertaken by conventional scholars of science, for they are immersed in their existing worldview, and spiritual understanding lies excluded beyond their belief, in their exclusion zone, along with fantasy and dreams. It will take a new type of person, a mystic who is both scientifically and spiritually trained, so as to avoid the worst excesses of illusion, to which humans are natural prey, to invite an informed and rational debate based on empirical philosophy. Then, and only then, will the scientific community be required by their own principles to attend to the argument. All else is vain crying in the wind.
Peter Calvert - AgapeSchoolinz