Last week Google and Bing helped locate random, relatively obscure figures from history and they were interesting guests, indeed. I skipped Y but just now thought “why do that?” (pun intended) and so today we welcome Visitor Y, this time chosen by The Committee. As we know, Erik was appointed head of The Committee for an indeterminate term; let’s have him get somebody they all believe interesting for us to hear from, not on The Committee. I’ll pose questions; let’s see what we get.
ST = substitute teacher C = The Committee Y = Visitor Y and Erik
ST: Erik, you have somebody?
ST: Visitor Y, I hope you do not mind if we use this name, given your position, I assume you know why we’ve kindly asked for your ideas.
Y: Yes and I mind not at all.
ST: Thank you; so…did you ever live on Earth?
ST: As a being in dense matter, somewhere in the galaxy?
Y: In another galaxy, yes.
ST: Not the Milky Way?
Y: No, Andromeda is your Earth name for it.
ST: What’s the name for it there?
Y: There are many, many millions of names, for each planet where a civilization has achieved astronomy to identify a galaxy.
ST: You know all about Earth, I guess, and The Committee has chosen you for some good reason, something relevant.
Y: Yes, however ask your questions, this is what matters, this is the relevance, not me.
ST: Yesterday I visited Crap Bakery and had several helpings of shit pie. Frustration gets the better of everybody; for many of us, it seems like the regular fare. Where are life’s donuts? Where do we find some cake?
Erik: At the bakery, dude…..shit pie and sweets are made in the same place.
Y: The frustration of many souls on Earth is as you made in your comments; your Earth cultures often prefer pleasant ideas and discourage the opposite. This does not make unpleasant things disappear; they should not be taken away.
ST: That doesn’t mean we should seek them out?
Y: You have; they are a choice. Your Earth visit is what was chosen.
ST: We’ve heard all this before and still, it helps little or not at all to know we gain some lesson from frustration. It’s like wiping body lotion on a broken leg; it’s still fractured. At least the orthopedist will touch moisturized, pleasant smelling skin.
Y: Earth is a Ph.D. in enlightenment.
Y: Research; as levels of education are climbed, degrees awarded and knowledge expanded, so it is with all of you. The expectation that a good student will always perform well and be rewarded with good classifications is the lesser, yet still important half, of the educating process involved.
ST: What’s the greater half then?
Y: Setback and its recovery. This, where theoretical meets actual, you expand.
ST: Why expansion?
Y: You know greater locations; your universe of knowledge expands with your experience from your locations.
ST: What can we do with this?
Y: Many great things you achieve with the insight you shall gain, to describe it in your time illusion. These things you have gained and applied in one alternative, what your Earth visit isolates in the laboratory Earth provides.
ST: Time illusion?
Y: Recall location is what you call time; what is achieved is not before or after and bear in mind these words also mean “in front of” and “in pursuit of, following” which are locations, are they not?
ST: Wow. I see. Is there coming a phase on Earth where we will worry not about time?
Y: Yes, there will be more activity where a glance at the sun might be all reference to time taken during a day; as this was so common it shall be again.
ST: Erik, do you like watches?
Erik: No need for them; I don’t think about it.
ST: I like the mechanical ones; less precise, a little machine on the wrist and a reminder of human ideas and solutions. Can I have one after I leave Earth?
Erik: You can have a clockmaker’s workshop if you want.
ST: Visitor Y, can you describe for us what you see for Earth and humanity?
ST: Please then describe for us what you see for Earth and humanity. [This should be called Visitor L, for literal]
Y: About your future I believe you inquire, yes?
ST: <sarcasm> It ain’t the past…
Erik: There isn’t the same future and past here; I remember, but “Y” wasn’t on Earth.
ST: Ooops…yeah. OK. Yes, future, of course and apologies.
Y: Not needed; we would ask the same; we remember not the automatic sequencing of life on a planet.
For Earth we see difficulties with adjustments then leading to a greater calm.
ST: For how long?
Y: You have this choice.
ST: Isn’t a future pre-destined?
Y: What is a future? There are alternate locations and events to each attaching. Your selections can be changed and new ones created. You choose.
ST: So what alternative looks likely among choices mapped out so far?
Y: What phase or aspect of your history do you prefer?
ST: History? We want to know more of the future.
Y: Which one and might a new one be created?
ST: Which choice is the leading probability at this moment?
Y: We like moment as momentum, the same they are; continuous movement examined when passing a location.
The likely choice now for the world is this; Europe’s coalition of nations will fracture and then break apart. The USA economy will not improve; it will worsen as do many nations. Benefits come from these, appearing to be a contagion, which they are not. Great pressures will come to national governments in Europe and North America; financial, security and overall the general welfare. They will not respond effectively, reducing government involvement in many things. As changes occur to economies, lifestyles will be altered. Many people will choose beneficial views of this; some will foresee a great loss despite all description and evidence of gain, for society and themselves. This will be a large example of a new thought to become common and quickly; loss of prior efforts will be better known in the way time doesn’t allow; what was done and what money it earned will not a future create as the past and future will be better seen as phases and not timeline increments. Sensing the moment before us without encasing illusions of before and after will make the current moment valuable. This will be more common in your fifth dimension.
ST: What about money?
Y: With less available to buy and dropping to disappearing demand to have many things, money will be viewed with less emphasis – less in a bigger way – compared to now.
ST: Less in a bigger way?
Y: The reduction in items available to purchase will appear as a shrinking but this will not be so, as those things will not be necessary or serve a purpose.
ST: Which things?
Y: Motor vehicles; airports and craft; food restaurants with drive up customer service; these are just a few small things not available for not being wanted.
ST: Can we change all these things?
Y: No, much has been decided and placed in motion; but the events remain to show.
ST: Can we travel to another place and reset this phase of Earth?
Y: Yes, this has been done, and has led you here. Your imminent surrounding is a retrofit and can be rebuilt after redesign yet again. This moment will be, others can be. You shall choose again we believe.
ST: Choose what?
Y: To live the 20th century on Earth with differing approaches.
ST: Erik, parting words or questions?
Erik: Yeah; who cut your hair….no, just kidding….looks fine! Seriously, who is gonna win the election for president in the USA?
Y: The incumbent shall prevail, as events now stand.
ST: Visitor Y we thank you, very much.
Y: It was good; thanks returned. Be well.