Butterflies Need No Taxidermist

 

 

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

 

 

Every cell in your body is a totipotent stem cell.

Everything in and out of your body is capable of renewal and regeneration.

Imagination is low-tech.

It’s only limited by your imagination and your will power to live your truth till Midnight Eternity.

Big Science is high-tech.

Its corporate agents force-feed you whoppers like, “Embryonic cells within the first couple of cell divisions after fertilization are the only cells that are totipotent..”

If you believe that, I have some oceanfront property in Sedona to sell you.

Agents of Big Science degrade your totipotent stem cells into pluripotent ones, then multipotent ones, then cells with no potency at all.

Big Science exists to ease you into your casket and sing you a technological lullaby at your funeral.

Big Science only allows “really evil people” to let the blessings be by offering us boons like …

“Then, I give you life eternal. Everlasting love. The power of the storm. And the beasts of the earth. Walk with me to be my loving wife, forever.”

Bram Stoker’s Count Dracula is banned from Obamacare hospitals — not that the Transylvanian Impaler would deem to set foot in any of these Watsonian shrines.

(Watsonian refers to Dr. James D. Watson, not Dr. John H. Watson of Sherlock Holmes fame.)

What does advanced hospital technology and genetic doctrine have to do with Eternal Life?

Life after death is allowed, but Yogis like Physical Immortalists like Mahavatar Babaji are banned from disinfectant-smelling hospital corridors.

Imagination is bad for business, so hospitals are jam-packed with anti-imagination medical devices to validate your dying gnosis.

Gnosis is supposed to lead to HENOSIS, not death.

Marriage and Tantric Yogis are sexual demotions of henosis into “becoming one flesh.”

Warning: Reading science books may be hazardous to your health.

Tom Robbins (Jitterbug Perfume, 1984) wrote …

“We seem to face an enemy who, no matter how many times we win, will best us in the end. He has so many allies: time, disease, boredom, stupidity, religious quackery, and bad habits. Maybe, as Dr. Dannyboy has postulated, all these things, including disease and our relationship with time, are merely bad habits. If so, an ultimate victory is possible. For individuals, if not for the mass. And maybe evolution — playful, adventurous, unpredictable, infuriatingly slow (by our standards of time) evolution — will rescue us eventually, according to a master plan.”

According to the same source …

“To physically overcome death — is that not the goal? — we must think unthinkable thoughts and ask unanswerable questions. Yet we must not lose ourselves in abstract vapors of philosophy. Death has his concrete allies, we must enlist ours.”

Why put limits on master plans? What if there IS a plan for the masses as well as for individuals?

Frank J. Tipler (The Physics of Immortality: Modern Cosmology, God and the Resurrection of the Dead, 1994) wrote …

“Now the individuals of the far future (or individualized conscious subprograms of the Universal Mind) will either be immortal themselves or will expect themselves to be resurrected, and furthermore, the disappearance of horizons will mean that all individuals can expect to interact, at least indirectly, with all other individuals an infinite number of times. Thus we would expect the present value of the future to be high and the probability of future interaction to be very close to 1. Hence a strategy of ‘cheap’ altruism will probably be adopted by the individuals of the far future. As pointed out below, selfish reasons alone — historical research as part of the drive toward total knowledge, which is required for continued survival — imply that humans probably will be resurrected. Once resurrected, cheap altruism will probably keep them alive forever. Simply erasing the resurrected dead from the computer memory would not be consistent with the optimal survival strategy of life in the far future.”
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    'Butterflies Need No Taxidermist' have 12 comments

    1. September 29, 2016 @ 6:33 pm Atom

      Illness is living with a limited personality.

      Defense attorneys abound, but most people are too unimaginative to fire their own internal prosecuting attorneys.

      Mumbai businessman Vimalananda told Robert E. Svoboda …

      “In 1927 my father came down with meningitis and died. Yes, he died; I can show you the death certificates signed by three different doctors. We received a message from Haranath immediately: ‘Don’t remove the body for twelve hours after death.’ All our relatives said, ‘Don’t be stupid. He’s dead now, let’s cremate him.’ But my mother had implicit faith in her guru and she was adamant. After six hours the corpse sat up. He lived for another fifty-one years.”

      http://www.solartiming.com/diamond-body-is-the-true-and-genuine-body.php

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      • September 29, 2016 @ 10:28 pm John

        Hello Atom! When it is written that, “It’s only limited by your imagination and your will power to live your truth till Midnight Eternity,” how would you define “will power” in this context? How does one strengthen the will power specific to this purpose?

        When it is said, “…we must enlist our (allies)”, who and/or what would those allies be outside of our own, internal efforts to solidify the acceptance of the truth of immortality?

        “There’s only one opportunity that is greater than being born in a human body on Earth – sticking around in a human body forever. My DNAs and RNAs are set up to give me butterfly-hood. Instead of Living to Die, I prefer Living to Live, and I can only live now.” If DNA strands have been said to be fractal antenna sensitive to a large number of frequency bands, is it a matter of “tuning” the DNA to the right radio station in order to live to live? If so, what/where are the DNA’s “knobs” one should be adjusting to catch the right DJ?

        “The body is living dust – 144 elements. We’re only as old as we think. The secret of health and life and ever-newness is ‘I am so many revolutions around the Sun’ – momentum. It may not work if the child is fed incorrectly. It may work if the child is fed correctly.” Is the momentum he is speaking of the increase in belief and will power towards this truth? Is “being fed correctly” referring to eating on Solar Time as described in your e-book “Sun Synchronized Nutrition Simplified”, or to the cells of the mind and body being fed the correct thoughts and beliefs…or both?

        Thank you for this truly magnificent post!

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        • October 2, 2016 @ 4:38 pm Atom

          Will Power is increased by perseverance.

          “The difference between a professional and an amateur is the professional sticks it out,” according to Swami Nitty-Gritty.

          For “other levels” of will power, check some of my other One Radio Network blogs, including …

          The Eight Stages Of Volition (Will Power) — Aug. 23, 2012

          Will Power (Volition) Is Normal, (Not Average) Blood Pressure — Dec. 21, 2012

          Etc.

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          One major ally against Death is imagination, which, unfortunately is one of Death’s main allies too.

          Understanding is another potent ally against Death, which, fortunately, Death can’t use.

          DNA changes are caused by the environment, not the other way around.

          Mainstream medicine puts the cart before the horse, incapacitating our imagination and will power.

          Everything in our body is an antenna, not just DNA. (This might be the real relevance of string theory.)

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          Momentum is a scientific name for “time.” It is momentous.

          Adnan Sarhan (When Life is Lovable and Love is Livable and Other Stories, 1991) wrote …

          “And the moment says, ‘I am the moment and I am the heart of time. I am still and timeless. I am so little and tiny that even the blink of an eye exceeds me and is a giant next to me. Yet I am the foundation of time and the perpetual eternity.”

          Sun Sync Eating helps us understand that timing is a gateway to the momentous moment.

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    2. September 29, 2016 @ 6:34 pm Atom

      Death is sexy to many people.

      Karl Menninger (Man Against Himself, 1938, 1966) wrote …

      “It is well known that some people like to be beaten and that this is accompanied by unmistakable evidences of sexual enjoyment, but it is difficult to imagine that even such individuals would care to have their pleasurable pain pushed to the extremity of being beaten to death. Nancy Sykes (of Oliver Twist) did this, however, and we all know others like her. Some of the martyrs of old are reported to have expressed the utmost joy and pleasure at the opportunity to die and to die in the most bloody and painful methods imaginable.”

      Doesn’t this seem a lot like the erotic masochism of the characters Madeline Foster and Harry Houdini in the 1999 film Oxygen?

      Why do you suppose that TEETH are silent costars in this movie?

      http://www.solartiming.com/body-dowsing–illustrated.php

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    3. September 29, 2016 @ 6:37 pm Atom

      Evidence-based medicine (EBM) as an interdisciplinary approach is the biggest heap of steaming bull poop on the planet.

      EBM praises DHA for all the phenomenal health benefits they claim it has, but there’s nary a mention of Yellow Fat Disease.

      The mountains of evidence condemning omega-3 oils might as well be in an alternate dimension when it comes to so-called “evidence.”

      Why do you think public and private health insurance providers are the biggest fans of evidence-based medicine?

      Khonzinkosi Memela (The Dictator, 2011) wrote …

      “Negative thinkers live negative lives. Limited thinkers live limited lives. Open minded thinkers live open minded lives. All in all, you live the life you think you are living, until you are convinced otherwise.”

      http://solartiming.com/store–e-books.php

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    4. September 29, 2016 @ 6:43 pm Atom

      According to Swami Nitty-Gritty …

      “Manganese oxide was when the man in Cocoon wanted his dead wife back — something for nothing. Iron oxide was when he didn’t want to go to Antares — a fixation, Living to Die.”

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iU5MHGtgA38

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      • October 2, 2016 @ 4:32 am sebastian

        manganese according to a source i’ve forgot can be converted to iron in the body. it’s also considered a “mother mineral” and is associated with clairvoyance in homeopathy. i find cocoa to be a good source, but it also limits iron uptake. can manganese ever replace iron? i remember adano said iron is necessary for the third eye (pituitary i guess) so would this mean iron is a true necessity? (big on tea, coffee and cocoa here, i feel very low on oxygen a lot of the time)

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        • October 2, 2016 @ 4:54 pm Atom

          Manganese depletes serotonin, which is a “good” thing for people who are done with losing.

          On the “bad” side, Borrelia burgdorferi, the bacterium “causing” Lyme disease, owes it virulence to excess manganese.

          See my One Radio Network blog entry, “Lyme Disease Thrives On Manganese Oxidation” — Apr. 17, 2013

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    5. September 29, 2016 @ 6:48 pm Atom

      According to Swami Nitty-Gritty …

      “Manganese is in the pituitary. It maintains the form and is located at the door to the pineal.”

      https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?view=image;size=100;id=mdp.39015003770982;page=root;seq=140;num=110

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    6. September 30, 2016 @ 9:29 pm John

      Is it better to wash your hair every couple of days rather than every day ?
      (I use a natural shampoo)

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      • October 2, 2016 @ 5:11 pm Atom

        Shampooing every couple of days is probably better for most people.

        I met someone who never washed his hair because he claimed people got gray hair by washing pigments out of it.

        PS: Check out all of those “natural” shampoo ingredients thoroughly.

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    7. October 2, 2016 @ 5:20 pm Atom

      Why are farmed fish more prone to fungal infections than wild fish?

      Clue — Mankind has been polluting the environment for centuries.

      According to The Naturalist’s World, Volume 1, 1884 …

      “A report states that from 60 to 70 percent of the salmon at present spawning in the Tweed are effected by fungoid disease. In two days 90 diseased fish were taken out on a short stretch of the river and buried.”

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