Anything is possible, nothing is impossible, everything is probable.

“What do I believe?” is too wide a question. “What do I not believe?” – that would be a narrower question. I do not believe that anything is impossible. That’s a double negative. And I would probably continue to compile a list of double negatives. If you’re working with probabilities, and you use probabilities to arrive at truth, then probabilities should drive you to questions, and the questions you ask should be open questions, not definitive questions. And then you’ll find anything is possible.

I always had faith in a bigger reason as to why we’re all running around, bouncing molecules, together, in a conscious and awakened state. To be ourselves and be our cultures, jumping to our control systems all the time. But your identity… I mean what are you? You’re ultimately an eternal being. Then what’s the likelihood of anything if everything is eternal? Than it is quite probable that we transmute, we become a different form, or we operate in a different dimension and have exactly the same form. That’s an easy enough concept too. I mean they can make things disappear by giving them different frequencies…

There’s a wonderful testimonial I read of an Aborigine woman who walked across the country with a band – they were doing a cross the country walkabout [in Australia] – And there’s a rock that has caves in it, that’s their oldest ceremonial gathering place. And there she saw another woman’s face in material, and turn into invisible, and back into material. Without mention of ghosts or magic. You can learn a lot from testimonials. If you think, can you put yourself in someone else’s shoes? What would they be thinking? What fears would come into their voice? So the probabilities…I saw a ghost once. When I was a kid. Only once. It was in the window.

I learned to talk to cows when I was about four. I used to sit down, talk to them…At seven I wrote an essay about the atomic bomb. I asked my parents for answers. They said that if I wanted answers I should read the encyclopedia. So I did: I read the entire encyclopedia.

I would say I identify with Christians because of Christmas. Because a man said, ‘whatever you do, don’t make a religion out of me’ and then they did everything he told them not to do, right? And obviously he was Jewish. Was he proud of that? I don’t think so. The trading in the temple, the lending of money…

Supposedly Jesus was from David’s line. A lot of people were. So what does that mean? The genetic memory is amazing. The potential is really, really big. And they’re using it. They’re making DNA memory sticks. Isn’t that cool, a little DNA memory stick? And that’ll store everything that’s ever been thought of on the earth. Awesome. They’ve actually been able to read and write human memory for about twelve years. So they’ve been figuring out how to store it, how to use DNA in that respect. But what about your DNA now? Someone might be thinking, ‘that’s a good structure, I’ll write the software to store and use it. Forget about nature – God’s software – we’re not going to use that.’ You’ll get into problems eventually. But the thing is, there’s the highest probability that everything that you see and that you’ve seen in your entire life is downloading to your DNA, and if you had a child, every memory, everything you’ve seen and heard and said, is probably compiled and compressed in the DNA that’s copied to your child. Quite probably.

I had a switching certificate, and I saw these courses in terms of metaphysical probabilities – not just the scientific application: of sending video and text faster than the speed of light. They’ve always done it, there’s no bandwidth restriction. There’s no capacity need, it’s all evolution. That really bothers me. That’s the big lie. First there’s a capacity problem, second, nothing goes faster than the speed of light. And yet, we’re seven technologies every day that goes faster than the speed of light. In a quantum way. This drives me crazy. So do you think people should understand quantum? I think it’s very important. It’s the speed of change that we’re at. We have to be able to make good decisions, good collective decisions, faster. In a more beneficial way.

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