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Sunday, 2 July 2017

Sante - Raton(Fabio Gianelli remix)

well peep's, i have a feeling, it's going to be one of those, warm long, "raton", (nights), and i have miles to go, and promises to keep as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Joris Delacroix -- Funky Kong (Leo Fernandez Mix)

well peep's, its just about time, for me to swinging through, the heart of darkness, (fb analytics), like a, "funky kong" you know i dare to enter, the belly of the beast as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Tech House Nr. 614

well today, has been a bit of a, "cepa", (Strain), so i'm going to take a break, and come back in time, for the league as standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

Mikael Delta - Melt (Interform) A Project By Ludovic Llorka Remix

when your that hot, you feel like, your going to, "melt", time for a break as, standardz, hahahhaha, :) #edio

Hauswerks - Ahimsa [ Cr2 Records]

you know i believe in, "ahimsa", (means 'not to injure' and 'compassion' and refers to a key virtue in Indian religions The word is derived from the Sanskrit root hiṃs – to strike; hiṃsā is injury or harm, a-hiṃsā is the opposite of this, i.e. cause no injury, do no harm), Ahimsa is also referred to as nonviolence, and it applies to all living beings—including all animals—in ancient Indian religions.Ahimsa is one of the cardinal virtues and an important tenet of Jainism, Hinduism, and Buddhism. Ahimsa is a multidimensional concept, inspired by the premise that all living beings have the spark of the divine spiritual energy; therefore, to hurt another being is to hurt oneself. Ahimsa has also been related to the notion that any violence has karmic consequences. While ancient scholars of Hinduism pioneered and over time perfected the principles of Ahimsa, the concept reached an extraordinary status in the ethical philosophy of Jainism., Most popularly, Mahatma Gandhi strongly believed in the principle of ahimsa, Ahimsa's precept of 'cause no injury' includes one's deeds, words, and thoughts, The classical texts of Hinduism devote numerous chapters discussing what people who practice the virtue of Ahimsa, can and must do when they are faced with war, violent threat or need to sentence someone convicted of a crime. These discussions have led to theories of just war, theories of reasonable self-defence and theories of proportionate punishment. Arthashastra discusses, among other things, why and what constitutes proportionate response and punishment. War The precepts of Ahimsa under Hinduism require that war must be avoided, with sincere and truthful dialogue. Force must be the last resort. If war becomes necessary, its cause must be just, its purpose virtuous, its objective to restrain the wicked, its aim peace, its method lawful War can only be started and stopped by a legitimate authority. Weapons used must be proportionate to the opponent and the aim of war, not indiscriminate tools of destruction All strategies and weapons used in the war must be to defeat the opponent, not designed to cause misery to the opponent; for example, use of arrows is allowed, but use of arrows smeared with painful poison is not allowed. Warriors must use judgment in the battlefield. Cruelty to the opponent during war is forbidden. Wounded, unarmed opponent warriors must not be attacked or killed, they must be brought to your realm and given medical treatment.Children, women and civilians must not be injured. While the war is in progress, sincere dialogue for peace must continue.Self-defence In matters of self-defence, different interpretations of ancient Hindu texts have been offered. For example, Tähtinen suggests self-defence is appropriate, criminals are not protected by the rule of Ahimsa, and Hindu scriptures support the use of violence against an armed attacker Ahimsa is not meant to imply pacifism Alternate theories of self-defence, inspired by Ahimsa, build principles similar to theories of just war. Aikido, pioneered in Japan, illustrates one such principles of self-defence. Morihei Ueshiba, the founder of Aikido, described his inspiration as Ahimsa. According to this interpretation of Ahimsa in self-defence, one must not assume that the world is free of aggression. One must presume that some people will, out of ignorance, error or fear, attack other persons or intrude into their space, physically or verbally. The aim of self-defence, suggested Ueshiba, must be to neutralise the aggression of the attacker, and avoid the conflict. The best defence is one where the victim is protected, as well as the attacker is respected and not injured if possible. Under Ahimsa and Aikido, there are no enemies, and appropriate self-defence focuses on neutralising the immaturity, assumptions and aggressive striving of the attacker.Criminal law Tähtinen concludes that Hindus have no misgivings about death penalty; their position is that evil-doers who deserve death should be killed, and that a king in particular is obliged to punish criminals and should not hesitate to kill them, even if they happen to be his own brothers and sons. Other scholars conclude that the scriptures of Hinduism suggest sentences for any crime must be fair, proportional and not cruel.Pacifism There is no consensus on pacifism among modern Hindu scholars. The conflict between pacifistic interpretations of Ahimsa and the theories of just war prescribed by the Gita has been resolved by some scholars such as Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, as being an allegory, wherein the battlefield is the soul and Arjuna, the war is within each human being, where man's higher impulses struggle against his own evil impulses Non-human life
The Hindu precept of 'cause no injury' applies to animals and all life forms. This precept isn't found in the oldest verses of Vedas, but increasingly becomes one of the central ideas between 500 BC and 400 AD. In the oldest texts, numerous ritual sacrifices of animals, including cows and horses, are highlighted and hardly any mention is made of Ahimsa to non-human life. Hindu scriptures, dated to between 5th century and 1st century BC, while discussing human diet, initially suggest kosher meat may be eaten, evolving it with the suggestion that only meat obtained through ritual sacrifice can be eaten, then that one should eat no meat because it hurts animals, with verses describing the noble life as one that lives on flowers, roots and fruits alone. Later texts of Hinduism declare Ahimsa one of the primary virtues, declare any killing or harming any life as against dharma (moral life). Finally, the discussion in Upanishads and Hindu Epics[57] shifts to whether a human being can ever live his or her life without harming animal and plant life in some way; which and when plants or animal meat may be eaten, whether violence against animals causes human beings to become less compassionate, and if and how one may exert least harm to non-human life consistent with ahimsa precept, given the constraints of life and human needs The Mahabharata permits hunting by warriors, but opposes it in the case of hermits who must be strictly non-violent. Sushruta Samhita, a Hindu text written in the 3rd or 4th century, in Chapter XLVI suggests proper diet as a means of treating certain illnesses, and recommends various fishes and meats for different ailments and for pregnant women and the Charaka Samhita describes meat as superior to all other kinds of food for convalescents Across the texts of Hinduism, there is a profusion of ideas about the virtue of Ahimsa when applied to non-human life, but without a universal consensus Alsdorf claims the debate and disagreements between supporters of vegetarian lifestyle and meat eaters was significant. Even suggested exceptions – ritual slaughter and hunting – were challenged by advocates of AhimsaIn the Mahabharata both sides present various arguments to substantiate their viewpoints. Moreover, a hunter defends his profession in a long discourse. Many of the arguments proposed in favour of non-violence to animals refer to the bliss one feels, the rewards it entails before or after death, the danger and harm it prevents, as well as to the karmic consequences of violence. The ancient Hindu texts discuss Ahimsa and non-animal life. They discourage wanton destruction of nature including of wild and cultivated plants. Hermits (sannyasins) were urged to live on a fruitarian diet so as to avoid the destruction of plants. Scholars claim the principles of ecological non-violence is innate in the Hindu tradition, and its conceptual fountain has been Ahimsa as their cardinal virtue. The classical literature of Hinduism exists in many Indian languages. For example, Tirukkuṛaḷ, written between 200 BC and 400 AD, and sometimes called the Tamil Veda, is one of the most cherished classics on Hinduism written in a South Indian language. Tirukkuṛaḷ dedicates Chapters 26, 32 and 33 of Book 1 to the virtue of Ahimsa, namely, vegetarianism, non-harming, and non-killing, respectively. Tirukkuṛaḷ says that Ahimsa applies to all life forms. Modern times

Gandhi promoted the principle of Ahimsa very successfully by applying it to all spheres of life, particularly to politics. In the 19th and 20th centuries, prominent figures of Indian spirituality such as Swami VivekanandaRamana Maharshi,Swami Sivananda, A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami and in the present time Vijaypal Baghel emphasised the importance of Ahimsa. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi promoted the principle of Ahimsa, very successful by applying it to all spheres of life, particularly to politics (Swaraj). His non-violent resistance movement satyagraha had an immense impact on India, impressed public opinion in Western countries, and influenced the leaders of various civil and political rights movements such as the American civil rights movement's Martin Luther King, Jr. and James Bevel. In Gandhi's thought, Ahimsa precludes not only the act of inflicting a physical injury, but also mental states like evil thoughts and hatred, unkind behavior such as harsh words, dishonesty and lying, all of which he saw as manifestations of violence incompatible with Ahimsa Gandhi believed Ahimsa to be a creative energy force, encompassing all interactions leading one's self to find satya, "Divine Truth".] Sri Aurobindo criticised the Gandhian concept of Ahimsa as unrealistic and not universally applicable; he adopted a pragmatic non-pacifist position, saying that the justification of violence depends on the specific circumstances of the given situation. Sri Aurobindo also indicated that Gandhi's Ahimsa led to partition of India as it blocked the forceful action that the Indian people were engaged in during the 1920s and 30s, which caused delay in independence, allowing other forces to take root, including those who wanted India divided. Gandhi stated that he viewed "Ahimsa is in Hinduism, it is in Christianity as well as in Islam. He added, "Nonviolence is common to all religions, but it has found the highest expression and application in Hinduism (I do not regard Jainism or Buddhism as separate from Hinduism).When questioned whether violence and non-violence is both taught in Quran, he stated, I have heard it from many Muslim friends that the Koran teaches the use of non-violence. A historical and philosophical study of Ahimsa was instrumental in the shaping of Albert Schweitzer's principle of reverence for life. Schweitzer praised Indian philosophical and religious traditions for ethics of Ahimsa as, the laying down of the commandment not to kill and not to damage is one of the greatest events in the spiritual history of mankind", but suggested that "not-killing and not-harming" is not always practically possible as in self-defence, nor ethical as in chronic starving during a famine case. Yoga Ahimsa is imperative for practitioners of Patañjali's eight limb Raja yoga system. It is included in the first limb and is the first of five Yamas (self restraints) which, together with the second limb, make up the code of ethical conduct in Yoga philosophy. Ahimsa is also one of the ten Yamas in Hatha Yoga according to verse 1.1.17 of its classic manual Hatha Yoga Pradipika. The significance of Ahimsa as the very first restraint in the very first limb of Yoga (Yamas), is that it defines the necessary foundation for progress through Yoga. It is a precursor to Asana, implying that success in Yogasana can be had only if the self is purified in thought, word and deed through the self-restraint of Ahimsa.

The hand with a wheel on the palm symbolises the Jain Vow of Ahimsa. The word in the middle is "Ahimsa". The wheel represents the dharmacakrawhich stands for the resolve to halt the cycle of reincarnation through relentless pursuit of truth and non-violence. In Jainism, the understanding and implementation of Ahimsā is more radical, scrupulous, and comprehensive than in any other religion.Killing any living being out of passions is considered hiṃsā (to injure) and abstaining from such an act is ahimsā (noninjury) The vow of ahimsā is considered the foremost among the 'five vows of Jainism'. Other vows like truth (satya) are meant for safeguarding the vow of ahimsā. In the practice of Ahimsa, the requirements are less strict for the lay persons (sravakas) who have undertaken anuvrata (Smaller Vows) than for the Jain monastics who are bound by the Mahavrata Great Vows The statement ahimsā paramo dharmaḥ is often found inscribed on the walls of the Jain temples Like in Hinduism, the aim is to prevent the accumulation of harmful karma When Mahavira revived and reorganised the Jain faith in the 6th or 5th century BCE, Ahimsa was already an established, strictly observed rule.]Rishabhanatha (Ādinātha), the first Jain Tirthankara, whom modern Western historians consider to be a historical figure, followed by Parshvanatha (Pārśvanātha), the twenty-third Tirthankara lived in about the 8th century BCE He founded the community to which Mahavira's parents belonged Ahimsa was already part of the "Fourfold Restraint" (Caujjama), the vows taken by Parshva's the times of Mahavira and in the following centuries, Jains were at odds with both Buddhists and followers of the Vedic religion or Hindus, whom they accused of negligence and inconsistency in the implementation of Ahimsa. According to the Jain tradition either lacto vegetarianism or veganism is mandatory. The Jain concept of Ahimsa is characterised by several aspects. It does not make any exception for ritual sacrificers and professional warrior-hunters. Killing of animals for food is absolutely ruled out. Jains also make considerable efforts not to injure plants in everyday life as far as possible. Though they admit that plants must be destroyed for the sake of food, they accept such violence only inasmuch as it is indispensable for human survival, and there are special instructions for preventing unnecessary violence against plants Jains go out of their way so as not to hurt even small insects and other minuscule animals.For example, Jains often do not go out at night, when they are more likely to step upon an insect. In their view, injury caused by carelessness is like injury caused by deliberate action. Eating honey is strictly outlawed, as it would amount to violence against the bees Some Jains abstain from farming because it inevitably entails unintentional killing or injuring of many small animals, such as worms and insects,but agriculture is not forbidden in general and there are Jain farmers. Theoretically, all life forms are said to deserve full protection from all kinds of injury, but Jains recognise a hierarchy of life. Mobile beings are given higher protection than immobile ones. For the mobile beings, they distinguish between one-sensed, two-sensed, three-sensed, four-sensed and five-sensed ones; a one-sensed animal has touch as its only sensory modality. The more senses a being has, the more they care about non-injuring it. Among the five-sensed beings, the precept of non-injury and non-violence to the rational ones (humans) is strongest in Jain Ahimsa Jains agree with Hindus that violence in self-defence can be justified,and they agree that a soldier who kills enemies in combat is performing a legitimate duty.Jain communities accepted the use of military power for their defence, there were Jain monarchs, military commanders, and soldiers Buddhism In Buddhist texts Ahimsa (or its Pāli cognate avihiṃsā) is part of the Five Precepts (Pañcasīla), the first of which has been to abstain from killing. This precept of Ahimsa is applicable to both the Buddhist layperson and the monk community.
The Ahimsa precept is not a commandment and transgressions did not invite religious sanctions for layperson, but their power has been in the Buddhist belief in karmic consequences and their impact in afterlife during rebirth. Killing, in Buddhist belief, could lead to rebirth in the hellish realm, and for a longer time in more severe conditions if the murder victim was a monk Saving animals from slaughter for meat, is believed to be a way to acquire merit for better rebirth. These moral precepts have been voluntarily self-enforced in lay Buddhist culture through the associated belief in karma and rebirth. The Buddhist texts not only recommended Ahimsa, but suggest avoiding trading goods that contribute to or are a result of violence: These five trades, O monks, should not be taken up by a lay follower: trading with weapons, trading in living beings, trading in meat, trading in intoxicants, trading in poison. Unlike lay Buddhists, transgressions by monks do invite sanctions Full expulsion of a monk from sangha follows instances of killing, just like any other serious offence against the monastic nikaya code of conduct War Violent ways of punishing criminals and prisoners of war was not explicitly condemned in Buddhism,but peaceful ways of conflict resolution and punishment with the least amount of injury were encouraged.The early texts condemn the mental states that lead to violent behaviour Nonviolence is an overriding theme within the Pali CanonWhile the early texts condemn killing in the strongest terms, and portray the ideal king as a pacifist, such a king is nonetheless flanked by an armyIt seems that the Buddha's teaching on nonviolence was not interpreted or put into practice in an uncompromisingly pacifist or anti-military-service way by early Buddhists.The early texts assume war to be a fact of life, and well-skilled warriors are viewed as necessary for defensive warfare In Pali texts, injunctions to abstain from violence and involvement with military affairs are directed at members of the sangha; later Mahayana texts, which often generalise monastic norms to laity, require this of lay people as well. The early texts do not contain just-war ideology as such Some argue that a sutta in the Gamani Samyuttam rules out all military service. In this passage, a soldier asks the Buddha if it is true that, as he has been told, soldiers slain in battle are reborn in a heavenly realm. The Buddha reluctantly replies that if he is killed in battle while his mind is seized with the intention to kill, he will undergo an unpleasant rebirthIn the early texts, a person's mental state at the time of death is generally viewed as having a great impact on the next birth. Some Buddhists point to other early texts as justifying defensive warOne example is the Kosala Samyutta, in which King Pasenadi, a righteous king favored by the Buddha, learns of an impending attack on his kingdom. He arms himself in defence, and leads his army into battle to protect his kingdom from attack. He lost this battle but won the war. King Pasenadi eventually defeated King Ajatasattu and captured him alive. He thought that, although this King of Magadha has transgressed against his kingdom, he had not transgressed against him personally, and Ajatasattu was still his nephew. He released Ajatasattu and did not harm him. Upon his return, the Buddha said (among other things) that Pasenadi "is a friend of virtue, acquainted with virtue, intimate with virtue", while the opposite is said of the aggressor, King Ajatasattu According to Theravada commentaries, there are five requisite factors that must all be fulfilled for an act to be both an act of killing and to be karmically negative. These are: (1) the presence of a living being, human or animal; (2) the knowledge that the being is a living being; (3) the intent to kill; (4) the act of killing by some means; and (5) the resulting death Some Buddhists have argued on this basis that the act of killing is complicated, and its ethicization is predicated upon intent.Some have argued that in defensive postures, for example, the primary intention of a soldier is not to kill, but to defend against aggression, and the act of killing in that situation would have minimal negative karmic repercussions, but still on the negative side, and an attacker that is different, totally neagtive as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio.

Deetron - The Afterlife (Feat Paris The Black Fu)

you know, we all have to answer, for ourselves and our actions, the ancient Egyptians, used to believe, your heart and soul, would be weighed against a white feather, and your karma weighed, if you lead a good and clean life, and helped your fellow humans, your in, simplez go on in party's banging, tell them to send me a drink out, i'm parched, but if you failed, in your duty, to protect life, you have failed yourself, we all stand in judgement of ourselves, the universe sees everything, what would you say, if i told you, that your future self, could see you, would you warn yourself, not to do certain things, to do it differently?, you know, you can't buy your way in, with a charitable act, at the last second, it doesnt work like that, what will be your key to the, "afterlife", repentance has to be meant, and cash, gold, plastic, diamonds, platinum, its all useless, and they don't take credit, or i o u's, if you fail, you will get munched down, like an old kit-kat, by a giant crocodile headed, demi god Ooop's sux to be you as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Thomas Schumacher & Florian Meindl - Satisfaction (Original Mix)

you know, the non-peep's should ask themselves, are they ready to reap, what they have sown, when they, have oppressed us, and abused us, for far too long, and the whole system, comes to breaking point, when they retreat to their, dark places, and ask, what is it, that we want?, tsk, tsk as if, we could be bought, all we demand is, "satisfaction",  When you're hurt and scared, for so long, the fear and pain, turn to hate, and the hate, starts to change the world,. Now is their End of Days, and I am the Reaper!, reap the whirlwind, ride the twister as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Dosem - Projection

have you ever heard of astral , "projection", well here it is in a nut shell, Astral Projection

Reality is created by thought projection (consciousness) into the physical gird. There are 5 subtle bodies In astral projection the conscious mind leaves the physical body and moves into the astral body to experience. In astral projection you remain attached to your physical body by a 'silver umbilical type cord'. Some people are able to see the cord when astral projecting. To astral project, as with all out-of-body experiences, one must feel totally relaxed, clothing fitting comfortable, reclining is best. Often a comforter is best over the body as the physical body sometimes gets cold when you travel out.

When you astral project you are consciously aware of things you encounter while out of your physical body.

Some people can astral project naturally. Others are afraid to remove their consciousness from the physical body and never learn to astral project.

Astral projection (or astral travel) is an out-of-body experience achieved either awake or via lucid dreaming or deep meditation. People who say they experience astral projection often say that their spirit or astral body has left their physical body and moves in another dimension known as the spirit world or astral plane. The concept of astral projection has been around and practised for thousands of years, dating back to ancient China. It is currently often associated with the New Age movement.

Psychics often say that the subconscious (or dreaming) mind contains the spirit or astral body, resulting in falling dreams or waking up with a falling sensation or sudden jerk. Most dreams are not remembered by the conscious mind, making the experience of astral projection a subject of subjectivity. Believers in astral projection point out, though, that most ghost sightings often define the ghost as a lucid or transparent apparition walking the earth.

It is unclear whether every physical object has an 'astral' counterpart, or if a spirit literally uses incarnation into a physical body and this is what results in astral projections, or if the phenomena is something else entirely. Astral projection also touches on life itself and what happens after physical death.

There are two general schools of thought on the nature of astral projection. These can broadly be defined as the mystical model and the phasing model.

    The Phasing Model, which was defined by Robert Monroe, holds the belief that it is impossible to actually leave your body in the truest sense of the word, and that the astral planes and the physical world are merely points on the long spectrum of consciousness. When a person projects, they actually "phase" into another area of consciousness and the locales it contains. This can be likened to tuning a radio to another station. One of the initial signposts representing a phase shift away from physical reality has been labelled the state of focus 10 (mind awake/body asleep). This viewpoint can be seen as a logical progression of the philosophy that external reality is actually an internally created stateThe Mystical Model includes a large variety of belief systems and astral maps, but they are tied together by their belief that astral projection takes place outside of the actual physical body. In this model, a more subtle energy body is believed to carry the consciousness outside of the physical body. In their book Projection of the Astral Body, Carrington and Muldoon detail how consciousness is transferred into a secondary energy body (the etheric body) to allow travel into the astral planes. This idea is also described by other authors such as Robert Peterson in his book Out of Body Experiences: How to have them and what to expect (chapters 5, 17, 22), and Robert Bruce in his book Astral Dynamics (pages 31-33, 404-410, 538). Bruce expanded on this idea in his book Astral Dynamics, stating that higher planes of existence are reached through the progressive projection of subtler energy bodies from previous projected bodies (pages 33-42). The subtle body is attached to the physical body by means of an energetic connection which usually takes the appearance of a silver cord 'plugging' into the chakra system like an umbilical cord. Robert Peterson describes this in chapter 13 of his book Out of Body Experiences, Robert Bruce in his book Astral Dynamics (pages 27, 52-53, 84, 397-403,544) and by Carrington and Muldoon in their book Projection of the Astral Body.

Types of Projection

Astral Projection

The traveler finds him- or herself in an apparently real domain, analogous to the "other worlds" experienced by traditional peoples, which have no parallel to any physical setting or to consensus reality, described by New Agers and occultists as the astral plane or "the astral". Environments here may range from populated to unpopulated, artificial to natural to completely abstract environments and from beauty to horrific. Here, normal physical laws, often do not apply, and humans can often, for example, float or fly. Quality of physical detail ranges from crude, non-detailed and depressing to bright, vivid and fascinating as detailed, among other writers, by Robert Bruce in his Astral Dynamics.

Travellers may travel from one realm to the other. Projectors may find access to visions of the past or future and to the Akashic Records accessible from here. It has been said that space and time do not exist on the astral plane nor the higher planes, but no explanation is given as to how forms and entire environments can exist without spatial dimensions, nor why there can be a sequence of events and yet no such thing as time. Many travellers have theorised that people having dreams actually travel to the astral realms, unaware, and, again as reported in Astral Dynamics, travellers have reported seeing dreamers enact dream scenarios on the astral plane, unaware of the more extensive and varied non-physical environment surrounding them. Some also claim common movements in dreams, such as falling or feeling like you are walking through quicksand, is the astral body in action.

Etheric Projection

In contrast to astral projection, the traditional understanding of out-of-body experiences involves the projector (or traveller) moving about in usually invisible or ghost-like form in a mundane physical reality, in the etheric body. This world may, however, have minor differences between the physical reality world we know if strict mind control is not maintained. Proponents of the writings of Robert Bruce sometimes refer to this practice as "Real Time Projection" (RTP) and the mundane world as the "Real Time Zone" (RTZ). From the Real Time Zone, travelers can access "the astral" or remain in the RTZ and witness real time happenings.

In Western theosophy, each subtle body is functionally distinct. Since the etheric body and astral body are not the same, according to several sources (noted below), they can not possibly represent the same kind of psychic activity.

    Alice Bailey, in Telepathy and the Etheric Vehicle (Lucis Trust), stated that the etheric and astral bodies should not be confused. She indicated that "HPB" (Helena P. Blavatsky) had erroneously merged the two concepts, in order to cover a "mass of information anent the etheric [and] astral" (pages 140-141).The Rosicrucian Fellowship has released several publications on the "etheric region" and the etheric body, as well as their integral relationship with the physical state of being (see Max Heindel, et al). The Theosophical Society, having several branches around the world, also has published literature on both the etheric and astral states. To them, the etheric body is actually the same as the physical; however, it "rests" at a slightly different frequency than regular matter.
    Lawrence Bendit and Phoebe Bendit wrote a book called The Etheric Body of Man (Theosophical Publishing), in which the analysis of a psychiatrist meets the psychic visions of an alleged clairvoyant. Therein, the authors explain how the etheric body is a functionally separate body from the physical, and yet they share a mutual relationship, all of which seem to be consistent with how ether and etheric projection is believed to operate, as depicted in other literature.
The term was coined at least as far back as the 1940s, by Dion Fortune in her book Psychic Self Defence (Red Wheel/Weiser). She details how an etheric body (during etheric projection), once projected, is "sufficiently physical enough" to be mutually observed by on-lookers (pages 20-22).

James H. Brennan, in The Astral Projection Workbook (Sterling Publishing), devotes an entire section of his book to etheric projection and its constituents (pages 17-28).

Annie Besant, in The Seven Principles of Man (Theosophical Publishing House) actually explained that the "etheric double" can be separated from the physical body: This etheric double is the exact double or counterpart of the [physical] body to which it belongs, and is separable [from it]... When separated from the [physical] body it is visible to the clairvoyant as an exact replica thereof, united to it by a slender thread... (pages 8-9).

Stuart Wilde in The Sixth Sense (Hay House) wrote that the etheric body (not astral) is the "true" individual, and that its function is to allow psychic abilities to actually surface. He stated that astral projection is not at all part of the etheric body's actions, and that it is more a "mental state [of reverie]" (page 102). Further, he said that the etheric body is actually the vehicle used in an OBE, and that calling it astral projection is misleading (pages 102-103).

Mental Projection

Mental projection is projection of the astral body to the mental plane via utilisation of mental energy while within the astral or etheric to phase into the Mental, or a different process used to project directly into the Mental Plane. The active subtle body of the mental plane is the mental body, which constitutes the intellectual consciousness of the projector in general. The environment is generally highly colourful and kaleidoscopic in nature, like the astral, and shifting consciously. The difference is that even mathematical functions and thoughts will manifest seemingly physically. The buffer zone between the astral and mental planes is known as the Akashic Records, and appears as a library of knowledge of past, present, and future possibility. There are many theories as to why the perceptions of these records and the mental plane in general differ from projector to projector, but the general consensus is that the Akashic records will appear differently, like a computer or library to different people at different times, and that the future is always sketchy and can often change mid-viewing to the projector. but interestingly enough the beast, a.k.a the thought police, aka the Vatican have this to say on the subject, but you must consider, they are in full possession of methods and means, of seeing these realities, the chronovisor, and know that mans minds, are the key to reality, and as such seek to hold the monopoly, on information and ban the public uses thereof, to impeade the progress of peace and unity. like when they used to get the peeps, to pay their taxes by saying, god would make the heavens go dark, and they would go to hell, and it would only get light, if they made sacrifices and offerings, usually taken as soon as everyone leaves, knowing full well it would be an eclipse, tsk tsk tsk, disgusting, no worry's peep's, they are high, on my to do list, but here it is,

Roman Catholic View

Astral Projection is a forbidden practice for Roman Catholics because the soul; containing all reason, thought, memories, emotion, attitudes, and beliefs; leaves the physical body during a wake state, and this can cause bizarre belief systems to develop, based on improperly interpreted sensations from the reality elevated from, and parallel to three dimensional reality.

The soul in an agnostic state; that is indifferent toward The Holy Trinity, or Triune God - God The Father, God The Son, and God The Holy Spirit; is left without protection, roaming the atmosphere, and perhaps some distance beyond this in a spiritual ghetto that surrounds the earth: The Third Heaven. The Third Heaven is ruled by spiritual hosts of wickedness in the high places, which will send demons to deceive those who will not keep to the domain of the world.

A human soul, when detached from the physical body, during a waking state, without the protection of The Roman Catholic God, Jesus Christ, is very vulnerable to molestation by demons.

Roman Catholics refer to escorted travel in the spiritual dimension, (told you they do it), an anointing. Jesus Christ is The Anointed of God, Who, while in human form, was constantly aware of All Truth, basic bs detector built in, regardless of the shortcomings, of the human sensory channels. He was, therefore, constantly, in a state of Astral Projection, or anointing. The anointed of God, will prophesy Truth, directly from God, perform miraculous healing, order the atmosphere to obey them, stop rain from falling in a certain area, pass through solid objects, and/or become invisible when threatened. see how hypocritical, do as i say, don't do as i do, or i'll bash you, and imprison you, yeah very christian,  you know, i really don't like to see, such greed and opulence, when there are hungry and homeless, peeps in the world, it doesnt sit well with us, never did, we want our ring back,  they are not fit to bare it, plus not that trinket worn on display, the one with the two, twisted stars, and lets not forget the Remote Viewing,

Remote viewing (RV) is a procedure developed by parapsychologists at the Stanford Research Institute to allegedly perform clairvoyance under controlled conditions. Somewhat similar to astral projection, the phenomenon involves a belief in the projection of consciousness to remote locations, and is considered a pseudoscience by mainstream scientists.

Remote viewing (RV) is a form of clairvoyance by which a viewer is said to use his or her clairvoyant abilities to "view", i.e. gather information on a Target consisting of an object, place, person, etc., which is hidden from physical view of the viewer and typically separated from the viewer in space by some distance, and sometimes separated in time (future or past) as well.

Remote Viewing is distinguished from other forms of clairvoyance in that it follows a specific experimental 'protocol '(or some variant of it). The critical aspect common to these protocols, proponents contend, is that the viewer is 'blind 'to the target in the sense of being given no (or negligible) information regarding the target being viewed.

While proponents call the Remote Viewing technique "scientific", there is a minority acceptance among scientists for this phenomenon. Critics claim the experiments relied heavily on subjective interpretation of the results and claim that the experiments lacked repeated confirmation under rigorously controlled scientific conditions.

If you can verify what you see - you are a remote viewer - also known as a grid traveler in the consciousness hologram of your experiences here., Ingo Swann was a prominent American psychic researcher, parapsychologist, artist, and author best known for his work as a co-creator of the discipline of remote viewing, specifically the Stargate Project. He coined the term 'remote viewing' as a derivation of protocols originally developed by Rene Warcollier, a French chemical engineer in the early 20th century, documented in the book "Mind to Mind". Swann's achievement was to break free from the conventional mould of casual experimentation and candidate burn out, and develop a viable set of protocols that put clairvoyance within a framework named "Coordinate Remote Viewing" (CRV).

Spy Programs

In 1972, the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) saw a potential use for remote viewing as a way to penetrate closed societies such as the Soviet Union without the actual risk of physical presence of spies, or the use of technical intelligence. The CIA was encouraged with the results of early trials and eventually the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) obtained funding for further experiments and conduct of actual classified remote viewing operations.

Stargate Project
The Stargate Project was one of a number of code names used to cover "remote viewing" programs. Others names by which the program was known included Grill Flame, and Center Lane, used during the years the unit was managed by the Army, and Sun Streak and Stargate after the unit was taken over by Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). An earlier program, Scanate, was funded by the CIA in the early 1970s. Altogether, formal US Government involvement (CIA, Air Force, Army, and DIA) in remote viewing lasted from Fall 1973 through June 1995. The program itself evolved from research done at 'SRI' (Stanford Research Institute).

The research program was launched partly because some intelligence officers believed a 'psi-gap' had emerged between America and the Soviet Union, for example the reputed abilities of Nina Kulagina. But it was also borne of the soul searching that took place in the American military post Vietnam, and a willingness that subsequently emerged to 'think outside the box,' as exemplified by Jim Channon's 'First Earth Battalion' briefing.

Remote viewing, or sensing, of places or events is normally performed in the present, but sessions have also been undertaken in the past and future. One of the outcomes from the funding was a set of protocols designed to make clairvoyance a more scientific process, and minimise as much as possible session noise and inaccuracy. The term "remote viewing" emerged as a generalised short hand to describe this more structured approach to clairvoyance.

The project was eventually terminated, according to the official report at the time, because there was insufficient evidence of the utility of the intelligence data produced. However, in the generalised intelligence and defence budget cuts of the period, many projects lost funding. More realistically the unit was terminated because of managerial failure and the sceptical leanings of key individuals in the DIA and CIA chains of command.

In 1995 the project was transferred to the CIA and a retrospective evaluation of the results was performed. The CIA contracted the American Institutes for Research for this evaluation. An analysis conducted by Professor Jessica Utts showed a statistically significant effect. While agreeing with this basic analysis, noted long time CSICOP psychic debunker Ray Hyman suggested the results were not enough on their own, and a wider data set was required. Based upon Ray's finding that the intelligence utility was yet to be demonstrated, even if it was a real phenomena, the CIA followed the recommendation to terminate the project.

Key Project Personnel
Firstly, it should be noted there is no comprehensive formal history of the project, and there may well be key members who have chosen to remain anonymous. However, certain members of the project have come forward, and certain details of the personnel are available.

Major General Albert Stubblebein, A key sponsor of the research internally at Fort Meade, convinced of the reality of a wide variety of psychic phenomena, he never mastered walking through walls, although he did greatly bruise his noise in numerous attempts. In the early 1980s was responsible for Army intelligence. Some commentators have confused 'Project Jedi' run by special forces primarily out of Fort Bragg with Stargate. In fact General Stubblebein was poorly received when he visited Fort Bragg, and did not participate nor was aware of the goat lab experiments being conducted.

Joe McMoneagle, In the early 1970's Joe had a Near Death Experience (NDE) that bestowed him with exceptional psychic powers. Widely considered a "natural," Joe has stated that remote viewing ability is predominately determined by innate talent. While many disagree with this statement, it is notable none of his critics seem able to work to the same level as Joe. Joe's definition implies that remote viewing is any psychic undertaking that is performed under scientific protocols.

Lyn Buchanan, A sergeant brought in by General Stubblebein for two main reasons. Firstly extraordinary telekinetic abilities, secondly computer software expertise. This made him exceptionally well qualified to be the data base manager for the Stargate project. From this vantage point, Lyn had the opportunity to work with all the key members of the unit, and in possession of statistical analysis of the session data, was able to properly assess the accuracy of the session data obtained. After leaving the forces, Lyn founded Problems, Innovations, Solutions, contracted Mel Riley to work for his company, and continues to undertake private tuition.

Mel Riley, Army Sergeant who retired in 1990. Mel is another natural psychic, and was noted for being able to describe what lay under objects in aerial photography. This aroused inconclusive interest in the 1970s. The only viewer to serve two separate tours with the military remote reviewing unit, Mel was first assigned in early 1979, but was later transferred to a conventional intelligence unit in 1981. In mid-1986, he was reassigned as a remote viewer, serving in the RV unit until his retirement in June 1990. Based upon his innate ability, with training in the CRV protocols, Mel quickly became an impressive remote viewer. Mel was featured in the documentary released in 1995 by the BBC titled "The Real X-Files." He has recounted past life experiences as a Native American, and continues to be involved in native American culture, enjoying a quiet life with his wife.

Paul H. Smith, Retired U.S. Army Major and intelligence officer. Paul was one of the five people trained as a prototype test subject in Ingo Swann's psychic development of the Coordinate Remote Viewing (CRV) protocols in 1983. Paul was assigned to the unit from September 1983 through August of 1990. At that point he was reassigned to the 101st Airborne Division for Desert Storm because of his past experience as an Arabic linguist and Middle East specialist. In early 1986, he transitioned with the rest of the remote viewing unit from the Army to the Defense Intelligence Agency organization, serving full-time with the unit through the rest of the decade. He was the main author of what is known today as the ÒCRV ManualÓ which was written at the end of the CRV training contract with SRI to capture Ingo Swann's training procedures for use with future CRV trainees. Though having previously demonstrated no natural psychic abilities, Paul experienced considerable success with the CRV methodology, and besides being a successful operational viewer, also became one of the most prominent of the CRV trainers. He is the author of the book "Reading the Enemy's Mind: Inside Star Gate -- America's Psychic Espionage Unit" (Forge, 2005).

Ed Dames, One of the first five who were trained by Ingo Swann in the Coordinate Remote Viewing protocols. Quickly established a reputation for pushing CRV to extremes, with target sessions on Atlantis, Mars, UFOs, and aliens. Many in the unit despised him for this. Joe McMoneagle has expressed the opinion session feedback is required to learn CRV, and this could not be obtained when targeting such unverifiable locations. Eventually Mel Riley got so fed up with Ed, a fake session was arranged, when they described Santa coming over the North Pole in his sleigh. With his ever active imagination, Ed immediately deduced an object over the north pole was a nuclear attack, and was set to call the highest levels of the military, before he was informed of the prank. Internally, his reputation never recovered.

David Morehouse, Dames brought David Morehouse into the DIA's Remote Viewing unit during its final days. David has a somewhat troubled past, and is primarily notable for producing a largely fictionalised account of the limited time he spent as a remote viewer called Psychic Warrior.Some people like to walk, others run, ride a bicycle, drive cars or other vehicles, go by boat, train or plane - to get from place A to place B. Still others, who study the esoteric arts, prefer out of body travel from astral projection to remote viewing, with some claiming bio-location abilities, i just like to get there how ever i can as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

JJ Mullor, Nicky Three Sixty - Vulcan (Original Mix) [BeatFreak Recordings]

did you ever hear, about planet, "Vulcan", (a small hypothetical planet that was proposed to exist in an orbit between Mercury and the Sun. Attempting to explain peculiarities of Mercury's orbit, the 19th-century French mathematician Urbain Le Verrier hypothesised that they were the result of another planet, which he named Vulcan.), i'll give him points, he was so close, its the result of two planetary interactions, with it's orbit, which also caused the destruction of a fifth planet in a collision, which caused planet 5 to spread out on it's orbit, to form the kuiper belt, then the remnants of the fifth planets, was ejected into a very strange elliptical orbit, way out past planet 11, and a dfew of the leser parts of the main body is parked in our orbit,  yup still there, but there are many such proposed planets and moon's like 

  • Counter-Earth, a planet situated on the other side of the sun from that of the earth.
  • Fifth planet (hypothetical), historical speculation about a planet between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.
    • Phaeton, a planet situated between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter whose destruction supposedly led to the formation of the asteroid belt. These days, this hypothesis is considered unlikely, since the asteroid belt has far too little mass to have resulted from the explosion of a large planet.
    • Planet V, a planet thought by John Chambers and Jack Lissauer to have once existed between Mars and the asteroid belt, based on computer simulations.
  • Planet Nine, a planet proposed to explain apparent alignments in the orbits of a number of distant trans-Neptunian objects.
  • Planet X, a hypothetical planet beyond Neptune. Initially employed to account for supposed perturbations (systematic deviations) in the orbits of Uranus and Neptune, belief in its existence ultimately inspired the search for Pluto. Though the concept has since been abandoned following more precise measurements of Neptune's mass, which accounted for all observed perturbations, it has been re-applied to account for supposed deviations in the motions of Kuiper belt objects. Such explanations are still controversial, however.
  • Theia, a Mars-sized impactor believed to have collided with the Earth roughly 4.5 billion years ago; an event which created the Moon.
  • Vulcan, a hypothetical planet once believed to exist inside the orbit of Mercury. Initially proposed as the cause for the perturbations in the orbit of Mercury, some astronomers spent many years searching for it, with many instances of people claiming to have found it. The perturbations in Mercury's orbit were later accounted for via Einstein's General Theory of Relativity.
    • Vulcanoids, asteroids that may exist within a gravitationally stable region inside Mercury's orbit.
  • Tyche, a hypothetical planet in the Oort Cloud supposedly responsible for producing the statistical excess in long period comets in a band. Results from the WISE telescopesurvey in 2014 have ruled it out.
  • In the Five-planet Nice model a fifth giant planet originally in an orbit between Saturn and Uranus is ejected from the Solar System into interstellar space after a close encounter with Jupiter, resulting in a rapid divergence of Jupiter's and Saturn's orbit may have ensured the orbital stability of the terrestrial planets in the inner Solar System. It may have also precipitated the Late Heavy Bombardment of the inner Solar System



  • Nemesis, a brown or red dwarf whose existence was suggested in 1984 by physicist Richard A. Muller, based on purported periodicities in mass extinctions within Earth's fossil record. Its regular passage through the Solar System's Oort cloud would send large numbers of comets towards Earth, massively increasing the chances of an impact. Also believed to be the cause of minor planet Sedna's unusual elongated orbit. The existence of the Nemesis in the modern Solar system was ruled out in 2014 after the infrared survey performed by WISE spacecraft found no brown dwarf up to 10,000 astronomical units (0.16 ly) from Sun. so more than you were thinking, i'll bet as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Caytas & Patz - El Mendigo (Pol_On Remix) [Caramella Records]

you know, there is no difference between you, and someone, you may perceive to be, " El Mendigo", (the beggar), most people, are only two pay check's, ahead of them, and even that doesnt, guarantee your home safe, something big happens, you could be in their place, so be kind, to the less fortunate, (not the blatant charity muggers, or the fake's, who go home, to their flats at the end of the day, with more than most, or those forced into begging, to give it to others), you know, i never give, cash out i go buy them food, and a drink as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Luciano - Los Ninos De Fuera (Original Mix)

you know it is possible to be happy and have less, fro some less is definitely more as any, "los ninos de fuera", (the children of the street, homeless kids), you know it never bothered me, having and not having who cares, i didn't want it anyway, even when  had it, theres only one thing, i ever miss, LXC, other than that, Na you keep it it was more you style anyways as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Manuel De La Mare - Mirage (Original Club Mix)

when i think i see you, is it you?, are you really there, or is it, just another, "mirage",? and an illusory concept as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

Eugeneos - Double (Hassio (COL) Remix)

well peep's we've made it to the summit we've done the, "double", trouble ascent today, but all is fixed, and now it's time, for phase 1 as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Versus - Jibba Jabba (Original Mix) [SONAR BY NIGHT & DAY 2017 Under No ...

you know, some people, (the non-peep's), don't half, "jibba jabber", some big old bubbles as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Mr Doxx,Juan M - Alien (Original Mix)

you know, there is such a thing as, "alien", abduction there are more, witnesses to strange events than you may think, not just random nutter's, but presidents (, (

), and prime-ministers, (,  police officers, (, ( trained military personnel, (,  and pilots and even train observers, (, you know, if it was a court case, that amount of witnesses testimony, would be enough, to secure a conviction in any court as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

Emanuele Inga - Knostra Rules (Original Mix)

you know, "knostra rules", (honour rules), without it, our words mean nothing as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

Padh - Te Quento (Original Mix) [Polar Noise]

you knew i'd back, up and running, a.s.a.p, you know, "Te Quento", (i love you), and the way you, make me feel, and the way you, make me move, music i love you as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

Paul Darey - Decide (Original Mix) [303Lovers]

when the server start updating components, on it's own, and you can't, "decide", which one to do, either be patient, and wait or fling it, through the window, without opening it as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

Steve Kid - In Service (Original Mix) [MoonShake Records]

you know, i will always be, "in service", for you as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

Matt Sassari - Horn (Original Mix) [Alleanza]

it's time to blow on the, "horn", of Jericho, and bring down the walls, well it is, the seventh circle as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

Hobo - Stigma (Original Mix) [ELEVATE]

well peep's, it's time to pick apart, today social, "stigma", (a mark of disgrace associated with a particular circumstance, quality, or person), on the poor and needy, and remind the world, that we are all, intrinsically linked, and quantum entangled as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

Alexis Raphael - Breaking Walls Like 1989 (Original Mix) [Wow! Recordings]

you know, i'm all in favour of peace, and even, "breaking walls like 1989", (, but wouldn't it be wiser, to not build them to start with, as not only, do they keep people out, but they keep people in, trapped behind a wall of oppression and silence, it's time to tear down the grey as, standardz, hahahahahaha, :) #edio

John Tejada, Justin Maxwell - The Name Rolls In (Original Mix) [Acid Camp]

and just like that, "the name rolls in", and i'm here as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

Masters at Work - Work (The Southern Re-Work)

ammmmmmm, back mo fo's, with a little, pre-flight entertainment, so if you, would, like to make, your way to the, V.I.P, lounge, while i go, complete the flight checks, and if you know i'll show you, how we, "work", it while you twerk it as, standardz, hahahahaha,  #edio

Roberto Palmero -- Chupichucasa (Hector Couto Deeper Remix)

you knew, i had to give you, one more, right?, you know i would love, to take a hold on fb, and all the other corrupt institutions, and just, "Chupichucasa", (get rid of it), and replace it with something new, and better, some thing that isn't a compleate lie, today fb for a combination total frokm three page's, 183 pmsl, when in fact through my real time tracking, it was a mighty 640, we all know, they all are lying to our faces, and stabbing us repeatedly, in the back, with the other hand, let us hope, for someone to fund my idea's, and we can get rid of the corruption, but we shall have to see, how the time line unfolds, and with that, I AM out as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio

end transmission :) peace