Atlantis: Our ideas about the age of the earth are erroneous.

There were intelligent human beings far earlier than is supposed; and because we assume a one-line kind of progression from an apelike creature to man, we ignore any evidence that shows to the contrary. There were highly developed human beings with elaborate civilizations, existing simultaneously with what we might call animal kingdoms–that is, more or less organized primeval animal tribes, possessing their own kind of ‘primitive’cultures.

Those animal kingdoms, some of them, utilized tools. Their senses were extremely acute, and their ‘cultures’ dealt with a kind of transmission of knowledge that made a highly complicated vocabulary unnecessary.


Those species did not vie for domination of the earth, but simply shared the same general environment with the more sophisticated groupings beyond their own perimeters. there were many highly technical human cultures, but in our terms not on a global scale. the legend of Atlantis is actually based upon several such civilizations. No particular civilization is the basis, however. Apart from that, the legend as picked up, so to speak, by Plato was a precognition of the future probability, an image of an inner civilization of the mind actually projected outward into the future, where it would be used as a blueprint–the lost grandeur, as in other terms, Eden became the lost garden of paradise.

Some archaeological discoveries about the past are not discovered in our present because they do not exist yet. now such concepts are difficult to explain. but in certain terms, the ruins of Atlantis have not been found because they have not been placed in past yet, from the future.


The future is probable. However, in our terms there are ruins of the civilizations that served as the ‘concrete’ basis for the one Atlantean legend. Those civilizations were scattered. the so-called ruins would not be found in any one place as expected. there are some beneath the Aegean Sea, and some beneath an offshoot of the Atlantic, and some beneath the Arctic, for the world had a different shape.

In far greater terms, time is simultaneous, so those civilizations exist along with our own. Our methods of dating the age of the earth are very misleading.


In our terms, from our present we ‘plant’ images, tales, legends, ‘at any given time.’ that seem to come from the past, but are actually like ghost images from the future, for us to follow or disregard as we choose.

‘Atlantis and Garden are the same in that regard.

When we think that perhaps our species came from another planetary system, in time terms, then of course we ares till dealing with old concepts. In our usual terms of thinking, the earth does not exist at all– not if we are considering it as a chunk of matter occupying a certain position in a physical cosmos. It is really futile to question whether the universe came from a big boom, or is constantly expanding, as an idea or a dream does. i am not saying the universe does not exist–only that it does not exist in the way that it seems to us


All That Is creates its reality as it goes along. Each world has its own impetus, yet all are ultimately connected. The true dimensions of a divine creativity would be unendurable for any one consciousness of whatever import and so that splendor is infinitely dimensionalized worlds spiraling outward with each’moment’ of a cosmic breath; with the separation of worlds a necessity, and with individual and mass comprehension always growing at such a rate that All That Is multiplies itself at microseconds building both pasts and futures and other time scales we do not recognize. Each is a reality in itself, with its own potential as, and with no individual consciousness, however minute, ever lost.


In that kind of framework, Atlantis exists both in our past and future, a probable world that some of us will choose from a model placed in the past of our future- partially based upon fact, in our terms, but within its greatest validity lying in its possibilities.

Other Civilizations have gone our route.

We call this our universe and our reality cause we form it. Within us also is the knowledge of other great experiments we are involved with. Some civilizations have failed, but the inhabitants of some earths have succeeded very well.

As we think of it, our future is not set. We can follow any road we choose, but–until we realize that as individuals we each form our own personal life, and have a part in the mass creation of reality–there is much learning ahead for us. This is a lesson we are meant to fully understand within physical reality.


We are meant to judge physical reality. We are meant to realize that it is a materialization of our thoughts and feelings and images, the the inner self forms that world. In our terms, we cannot be allowed to go into other dimensions until we have learned the great power of our thoughts and subjective feelings. So even when we think we destroy, we destroy nothing. And when we think we kill, we kill nothing. When we imagine that we can annihilate a reality, we can only assault it as we know it. The reality itself will continue to exist.

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Because we cannot follow a thought, we wonder where it has gone; has it fallen off some invisible cliff in our mind? But because we can no longer hold that thought in consciousness does not mean it no longer exists, that it does not have a reality of its own, for it does indeed. And if a world escapes us–if we cannot follow it and think is has been destroyed–then the same thing applies to the world as to the thought. It continues to live.

Our ideas of Atlantis are partially composed of future memories.

They are psychic yearnings toward the ideal civilization–patterns within the psyche, even as each fetus has within it the picture of its own most ideal fulfillment toward which it grows.

Atlantis is a land that we want to inhabit, appearing in our literature, our dreams, and we fantasies, serving as an impetus for development. It is real and valid. In our terms it is not “yet” physical fact, but in some ways it is more real than any physical fact, for it is a psychic blueprint.


It carries also, however, the imprint of our fears, for the tales say that Atlantis was destroyed. We place it in our past while it exists in our future. Not the destruction alone, but the entire pattern seen through the framework of our beliefs. Besides this, however, many civilizations have come and gone in somewhat the same manner, and the “myth” [of Atlantis] is based somewhat then on physical fact in our terms.


The species then moves into its own new houses. Atlantis is the  story of a future probability projected backward into an apparent past, of focus point for consciousness. At our level we think it is divided into areas of land and water–continents and oceans, islands and peninsulas, cities and woods–because that is all we perceive. our consciousness is tuned in to frequencies of perception that gives us that impression. A cat’s world, or an insect’s or a plant’s, are each far different, yet equally valid.


As simply as I can explain, our planet is also “divided” into time and probability areas. So many civilizations exist at once, then, and there are certain bleed-throughs. in our terms some civilizations are real and perceivable, and some are not.



We move into new areas of the self all of the time.

The species is now entering such a phase, a period in which it will come more into its own. Mankind will be entering its own new house, then–but the physical changes will be the results of interior ones and alterations in main lines of probabilities.

Christian theology sees the end of the world in certain terms with a grand God coming to reward the good and tom punish the wicked. That system of belief allows for no other probability. Some see the end of the world coming as a greater disaster, or envision man finally ruining the planet. Others see periods of peace and advance–and each probability will happen “somewhere.” However, many, or their offspring will be involved in a new dimension of selfhood in which consciousness is fully explored and the potentials of the soul uncovered, at least to some extent.


Human capabilities will be seen as what they are, and a great new period of development will occur, in which all concepts of selfhood and reality will be literally seen as “primitive superstition.” The species will actually move into a new kind of selfhood.

Theories of probabilities will be seen as practical, workable, psychological facts, giving leeway and freedom to the individual, who will no longer feel at the mercy of external events–but will realize instead that he(or she) is their initiator.


Now, we squeeze the great fruit of our selfhood into a tiny uneasy pulp, unaware of the sweetness of its juices or the variety of its seasons. We look at the outsides of ourselves, as if a peach were aware only of its skin. In the reality I foresee, people will become familiar with far greater aspects of themselves, and bring these into actualization. They will be in touch with their own decisions as they make them.

If they become ill, they will do so knowing they choose the condition in order to emphasize certain areas of development, or to minimize mothers. They will be aware of their options, consciously. The great strength and resiliency of the body will be much better understood; not because medical science makes spectacular discoveries–though it will–but because the mind’s alliance with the body will be seen more clearly.


In this probability of which I speak, the species will begin to encounter the great challenge inherent in fulfilling the vast untouched potential of the human body and mind. In that probable reality, to which each of us belong to some extent, each persona will recognize his or her inherent power of action and decision, and feel an individual sense of belonging with the physical world that springs up in response to individual desire and belief.


The whole idea of probable realities seems strange or esoteric only because we are not used to following our own thought processes.

We shut them off any time they do not conform to current beliefs about the nature of the self, or about reality in general. The deepest meanings of probabilities lie, however, precisely in their psychological import.

We have become so hypnotized by a one-level kind of thought that anything else seems impractical. We concentrate upon those decisions that we make, and disregard the processes involved. This has been carried to an extreme. Often we are so disconnected from those inner workings that our own decisions then appear to come from someplace else. We may be convinced that events happen to us, and are beyond our control, simply because we are so out of touch with oneself that we never catch the moments of our own decisions.


Then we feel as if we are the pawns of fate, and the idea of probable actions seems like the sheerest nonsense. Each event seems inevitable. If this attitude is carried to excessive lengths, then it even appears that we have no hand at all in the making of our own reality. We will always feel oneself a victim.

The unknown reality is our psychic, spiritual and psychological one, and from it our physical experience springs.


That inner, all-pervasive existence become known to the extent that we grow more responsive to our own inner environment. This does not mean that we become entirely self-centered, blind to the rest of the world. It does not mean that we must meditate for hours, or study our own thought processes with such vigor that we ignore other activities. It simply means that we are aware of our own life as clearly as possible–in touch with our thought processes, aware of them but without overdue concern or over analysis. They are as much a part of our inner environment as trees are of our exterior world. There are different species of selves in the same fashion. There are different species of worlds. HZ

When we identify with only one particular level of our thought processes, however, the others–when we senses them–appear alien. We begin to feel threatened, determined to uphold our old ideas of selfhood. Plants grow many leaves. One leaf does not threaten the existence of others, and the plant is not jealous of its own foliage. So there is no need to protect our own individuality because it may send out other shoots into probable realities. This simply the self growing in different directions, spreading its seeds.


It is obvious that when we move from one place to another we make alteration in space–but we alter time as well, and we set into motion a certain psychological impetus that reaches out to affect everyone we know. When a house is vacant all of the people in the neighborhood send out their own messages. To a certain extent any given inhabited area forms its own “entity.” This applies to the smallest neighborhood and to the greatest nation. Such messages are often encountered in the dream state. Empty houses are psychic vacancies that yearn to be filled. When we move, we move into other portions of our own selfhood.


Whenever we try to predict behavior or events, then, we are dealing with probabilities.

However,it seems to us that all action in the past is fixed and done, while behavior in the future alone is open to change–so the word “prediction” assume future action. Basically, the past is as a species, we are convinced that there is a one-line series of finished events behind us.


Time experience actually splashes out from the present to form an apparent past and future.

When we seemingly look backward into time, and construct a history, we do so by projecting our own prime series of events into the past as it is understood. Obviously we read the past from the present, but we also create it from the present as well. We accept certain data–our present recognized series of events–then use that series as a measuring stick, so to speak: It automatically rejects what does not fit. At certain levels of experience this make little difference. All data agree. No rough spots show.

We build smooth structures of beliefs, then look at reality using the beliefs like glasses–tinted ones. Opposing information will literally be invisible to us. It will be ignored or cast aside.


It has been fashionable to think in terms of straight-line evolution, for example. The accepted theory of evolution is highly simplistic. Our species did not come from one particular source. We have many cousins, so to speak. Some traces of that lineage remain in our time. However, when we look “backward” at the planet we actually try to predict behavior from the standpoint of the present.

We do this personally in our intimate lives to some degree also, as we view our earlier days. We blot out events that do not fit our present concept of oneself. They literally become nonexistent as far as we are concerned. In such fashion we block out aspects of our own reality–and consciously, at least, cut down on our choices.


The species as we know it has within it, intrinsically, many abilities and characteristics that go unrecognized because we do not accept them as a part of our biological or spiritual heritage. Therefore they become latent and invisible, practically speaking. The same applies individually, when we deny ourselves the rich mixture of consciousness and experience that is available through a recognition of the manipulation of probable realities.


We alter our experience in each instant, quite drastically. Each individual possesses far vaster opportunities for choice than are realized. We are denied tomorrow’s wisdom only because we believe time is a closed system. It is true that we are subject to birth and death, yet within that framework far greater dimensions of experience are possible than are usually experienced.

We are all counterparts of each other who are alive at any given earth time. By really understanding this we could come to terms with the ideas of brotherhood that religions have taught for so long.



The unknown appears invisible only because we do not accept it in our prime series of events.

It is as if we had trained ourselves to respond to red lights and to ignore green ones–or as if we read only every third or fourth line on a page of a book.

We attend to matters that seem to have practical value. whether or not we understand what space is, we move through it easily. We do not calculate how many steps it takes to cross a room, for instance. We do not need to understand the properties of space in scientific terms, in order to use it very well. We can see ourselves operate in space, however; to that extent it is known quality, apparent to the senses. Our practical locomotion is involved with it so we recognize it. Its mysterious or less-known properties scarcely concern us.

We move through probabilities in much the same way that we navigate in space. As we do not consciously bother with all of the calculations necessary in the process of walking down the street, so we also ignore the mechanisms that involve motion through probable realities. We manipulate through probabilities so smoothly, in fact, and with such finesse, that we seldom catch oneself in the act of changing our course from one probability to another.


Take a very simple action: You stand at a corner, wondering which direction to take. there are four streets involved. You briefly consider streets One and two, but rather quickly decide against them. You stand for a moment longer, gazing down Street Three, taking in the visual area. You are somewhat attracted, and imagine yourself taking that course. Your imagination places you there momentarily. inner data is immediately aroused through conscious and unconscious association. Perhaps you are aware of a few memories that dimly come to mind. One house might remind you of one a relative lived in years ago. A three might be reminiscent of one that grew by your family home. But int hat instant, inner computations occur as you consider making a fairly simple decision, and the immediate area is checked against all portions of your knowledge

You then look at Street Four. The same process happens again, this area also takes your attention. At the same time you almost equally hold in you mind the image of Street Three, for you can see them both at once from this intersection.


Let us say that you are almost equally attracted to both courses. You teeter between probabilities, having the full power to choose one street or the other as physical experience. if you had to stand there and write down all the thoughts and associations connected with each course of action before you made your decision, you might never cross the intersection to begin with. You might be hit by an automobile as you stood there, lost in your musings.

In the same way, it would take you some time to even walk from a table to a chair if you had to be consciously aware of all of the nerves and muscles that must first be activated. But while you stand almost equally attracted by streets Three and Four, then you send out mental and psychic energy in those directions.


Past association merge with present reality and form a pattern. Mentally, a part of you actually starts out upon each street–a projected mental image. As you stand there, then, in this case two such projected images go out onto streets Three and Four. To some extent these images experience “what will happen” if you yourself take one direction or the other. that information is returned to you instantaneously, and you make your decision accordingly. Say you choose Street Four. Physically you begin to walk in the direction. Street Four becomes your physical reality. You accept that experiences in your prime sequence of events. Yo have, however, already sent out an energized mental image of your self into Street Three, and you cannot withdraw that energy.

The portion of your that was attracted to that route continues to travel it. At the point of decision this alternate self made a different conclusion: that it experience Street Three  as physical reality. The self as you think of it is literally reborn in each instant, following an infinite number of events from the one official series of events that you recognize at any given “time.”



There is something highly important here concerning our technological civilization: As our world becomes more complicated, in those terms, we increase the number of probable actions practically available. The number of decisions multiples. You can physically move from one place on the planet to another with relative ease. Centuries ago, ordinary people did not have the opportunity to travel from one country to another with such rapidity. As space becomes “smaller,” our probabilities grow with in complexity. Our consciousness handles far more space data now.(In terms of time.) Watching TV, we are aware of events that occur on the other side of the earth, so our consciousness necessarily becomes less parochial. As this has happened the whole matter of probabilities has begun to assume a more practical cast. Civilizations are locked one into the other. Politicians try to predict what other governments will do. Ordinary people try to predict what their governments might do.

More and more, we are beginning to deal with probabilities as we try to ascertain which of a number of probable events might physically occur. When the question of probabilities is a practical one, then scientists will give it more consideration.


The entire subject is very important, however. As far as a true psychology is concerned, individuals who are made aware of the existence of probable realities will no longer feel trapped by events. Our consciousness is at a point where it is beginning to understand the significance of “predictive action”–and predictive action always involves probabilities.

I certain terms, we are the recognized “result” of all of the decisions we have made up to this point in our life. that is the official “I.” We are in no way diminished because other quite-as-official selves are “offshoots” of our own experience, making the choices we did not make, and choosing, then, alternate versions of reality.


We follow the prime series of events that you recognize as our own, yet all of us are concerned. These are not just esoteric statements, but valid clues about the nature of our own behavior, meant to give us a sense of our own freedom, and to emphasize the importance of our choice.

It’s significant that we apply numbers to time…

But as thee are unrecognized spaces between numbers, there are unrecognized spaces (psychologically invisible) between or within moments, and some of the events of our bodies are ‘too small’ for us to follow, focused as we are in our prime series. These body events actually are ‘infinitesimal but infinite,’ following their own patterns that merge with ours.


There are an infinite number of other ‘alternate’ compositions latent within the [first] note. They were quite as legitimate as the composition that were played, and added silent structure and pacing to the physically actualized music.

Linking Logic and intuition:

This meditation uses both the logical, verbal part of your mind and the intuitive, visual part. By strengthening both parts of your mind and the connection between them, you can tap more of your personal power and enhance your ability to function on every level–psychically and rationally.

1. Before you begin, select a subject for your meditation. It should be something you can conceive of visually as well as verbally–an object, animals, place. You might choose something you’d like to gain insight into, although that’s not essential for this meditation to produce benefits. (Don’t choose a person, however.)

2. Sit in a place where you feel comfortable, and where you won’t be disturbed for at least ten minutes.

3. Closes your eyes and relax, using deep breathing exercises or whatever method you prefer.

4. When you feel calm and ready,bring to mind the word that expresses what you’ve opted to contemplate in this meditation: house, tree, lake, dog, tulip, chair, jacket, apple, or whatever you’ve chosen. Visualize the word itself, spelled out.

5. Hold the word in your mind for as long as you can.

6. When the letter begin to fade or your mind begins to wander, change to envisioning a picture of the object. See it as clearly as you can. Pay attention to details–shutters on the house, leaves on the tree, spots on the dog’s fur.

7. After a while shift back to seeing the world in your mind’s eye and hold this as long as possible.

8. Go back to picturing the object.

9. Continue shifting back and forth for ten minutes or so. Allow your mind to keep exploring the subject of your meditation in greater detail or expanding your observation of it more broadly.

10. notice feelings, insights, or impressions that arise during this process.

11. When you are ready, slowly bring your attention back to the present and open you eyes.

12. Record your experience in a journal, including any emotions, ideas, sensations, and/or information you received while meditating

Between each official number in a given series we can envision literally infinite space.

The infinitesimal becomes infinite.

In the same way the most infinitesimal self is infinite, and the most finite self, carried to the extremes of itself, is infinite. Each of us is part of an infinite self. That infinite self appears as a series of finite selves in our reality.

Beneath that perceived reality, however, each finite self, carried to its degree, is itself infinite: but there are different kinds of infinities. There are different varieties of psychological infinities that do not meet–that is that go off in their own infinite directions.


As long as we believe that as individuals we belong in any given series, we appear to ourselves as finite.

We think in terms of linear time, and the best we can do to imagine our deeper reality is to consider reincarnation in time. It is a matter of focus. We usually identify with the outside of ourselves, and with the outside of the world. We do not, for example, usually identify with the inside of our body with its organs, much less its cells or atoms–yet in that direction lies a certain kind if infinity.


If we would identify with our own psychological reality, following the inward structure of thoughts and feelings, we would discover an inward psychological infinity. These “infinities” would reach of course into both past or future, and into all probabilities–not simply straightforward into time, or backward.

There is literally an infinity in each moment we recognize, as numerically there is an “infinity” behind or within any prime number (3,97,863, etc) that we recognize.


There are infinite versions of oneself, but no one negates the others, and each is connected with the others, and aids and supports them. There are other kinds of psychological organizations also. In those term some have learned or is learning, to alternate a series–to bring information from one [neurological series] to another, so to speak.

However, none of this is apart from normal living.