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It is interesting...

April 11, 2019 03:00PM
I just don't buy the premise of "channeling" another entity or whatever. But often times the information was good, other times I couldn't possibly know. To be honest I didn't have too much of an issue with it until I read other people "channeling" and wow. It just opened my eyes. Some were just ridiculous and it made me reconsider the Seth material... Funny enough I was looking it up recently and evidently, after the author died in 1984, all of the writing went to Yale University. I don't know if that adds credibility to it or if Yale just accepts any writings or if it means anything at all.

The one thing it did do was keep my mind open to possibilities. But I didn't know anything about new-age stuff. And of course anything like magic or supernatural was endearing. So you tell me that an entity that has been around for 1000's of years is speaking through this woman and giving us information... as a teenager I am all in... lol.

Pretty sure the books were best sellers. And I'm pretty sure they were written to be. Quantum theories were available at the time in the mid 60's so I feel certain the authors just took that info and presented it as their own... or as Seth's. Like I said, the info wasn't necessarily bad but they were trying to sell books... And people will sooner listen to unorthodox material from an ancient entity than an unpublished author.

Found an excerpt from the early 70's:

"Now the behavior of atoms and molecules is involved here, for again

these are only present within your universe during certain stages.

Their activity is perceived only during the range of particular

vibratory rhythms.

When your scientists examine them for example, they do not examine the

nature, say, of an atom.

They only explore the characteristics of an atom as it acts or shows

itself within your


Its greater reality completely escapes them.

You understand that there are spectrums of light.

So are there spectrums of matter.

Your system of physical reality is not dense in comparison with some


The dimensions that you give to physical matter barely begin to hint at

the varieties of dimensions possible.

Some systems are far heavier or lighter than your own, though this may

not involve weight in the terms with which you are familiar.

Probable actions emerge, then, into matter systems quite as valid as

your own, and quite as consistent.

You are used to thinking in single line thoughts, so you think of events

that you know as complete things or actions, not realizing that what you

perceive is but a

fraction of their entire multidimensional existence.

In greater terms, it is impossible to separate one physical event from

the probable events, for these are all dimensions of one action.

It is basically impossible to separate the "you" that you know from the

probable you's of which you are unaware, for the same reasons.

There are always inner pathways, however, leading between probable

events; since all of them are manifestations of an act in its becoming, then the

dimensions between these are illusions.

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  Never heard of 'Seth'...

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