By now people who read the blog know I’m not exactly awestruck or in tune with the gibberish emanating from the Star Knowledge crowd or assorted faux tribes and clans.
I don’t have an issue with people taking what they might define as a “spiritual quest”, but I do have an issue when it comes to appropriating and corrupting the nations traditions and ceremonies.
Now people, any people, can don whatever costume they desire, give themselves whatever name or title they want, or even claim they’re some kind of galactic intermediary and I wrongly assume others will see it for what it is as I do.
And what it is is primarily about making money, it isn’t about “sharing” truths, “sacred wisdom” or any of that, it’s about money and the market that exists for such things.
If someone wants to buy into all that, then go ahead, but they shouldn’t have to literally “buy” into it – if this is all about sharing truth and wisdom for the betterment of humankind then what’s up with attaching a price tag to it?
I mean are the ets, star people, or Pleiadeians, charging? Are they taking wampum for a ticket to board a ufo? Or if as a part of the construct you want to weave Jesus into it was he charging?
I mean afterall the only physical product, which should be secondary at best, are the physical products being manufactured for the market- and though a spiel can be manufactured truth can’t.
So I’m thinking maybe the right thing to do is assist those questing sans the price tag , ergo the below linked New Age Bullshit Generator.
Think of the fun you’ll have “sharing” the wisdom it offers, better yet think of the money you save – especially if you’re investing in costumes or a crystal artifacts like a skull or ball, or one of those psychedelic mandalas.
Now I know the Generator doesn’t couch all things in the sacred wisdom of the nations, but then I don’t believe Star Knowledge does either in any meaningful way.
It won’t issue a franchise agreement for pay to pray, conduct a sundance, or any of the artifacts – but maybe if connected to a 3d printer it could, and as all such agreements and artifacts are bogus who’d know the difference if you printed your own?
Oh yeah, if you’re ever asked to contribute to fund a landing site for ufos or wildlife refuge for chupacabra you might want to think about it first – that is unless you’re moved by “spirit” to do so.