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Guest Post: Multidimensional Drops

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I want to share an idea with you, one I have used myself and has multiple uses. It can be tailored for any intended purpose they are put towards.

Can you imagine never again needing any kind of medicine? What about supplements? Can you imagine reversing your age, or healing any part of your body?

Multidimensional God drops are my astral invention, though they are not given by me, nor any entity other then your highest god-like aspect of self. I don’t even have any part in the process besides I was in the receptive state to get the idea to pass on.

Imagine the possibilities in your life as you sit and take a few deep breaths, close your eyes and focus on your highest self, the most evolved version of you. Imagine you can see yourself now, see how amazing you look and feel how amazing your energy is.

Tell your god-self what your intention is for your multidimensional God drop.
When you have told them what your intention is, imagine lifting your head back and sticking your tongue out. Your highest self cups your head and puts a sherbert filled multidimensional God drop into your mouth.

Feel the fizzing of the sherbert on your tongue, can you taste anything?

Confirm you have taken it as you would a medication, though within the astral realm in your imagination.
Imagine now the instant, intended change occurring and finally imagine merging your physical form with this version of you.

Psychosomatically, you will change instantly your body chemistry but I must stress, they will not work unless you believe they will, same as any other healing or biohacking technique.
Imagine the possibilities, imagine the uses that you could find for them.

Be the placebo!

All things, as in everything created or not in physical reality, are possible to him who believes. Your body can do so much more then you even know.
How will you use yours?
Pain relief? Hayfever? 100% pure, organic vitamins?

There is no limit to what God is, or what it can do.

You only have the limits you place upon yourself.

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Poetry #93: We Drink The Poison Our Minds Pour

Sweet nectar

Tempted by your disguised sweet aura

Twisted plethora of poison

Thick dirt sets upon the earth

To give birth

To a world full of poison

I can’t breathe because of this sotty pollution

I can’t see because of the muffled air solution

Venom pours from some mouths

I can’t drink, this fluoride blocking the third eye and soul awakening expoused

I can’t think because of these deathly pills

Putting a bandaid over what is being over filled

Mouthpieces in the media spewing up life’s they tore

Food laced with pesticides, oh what I used to adore

Oceans that teemed with life before

Now leave death washing up on empty shores

Sealife choking on plastic


Coating itself with a nasty thick slime

You must learn to distinguish

Who will empty your existence and extinguish

Staining you with their poison

Albeit teaching you a reflection of yourself

And who – with their aura

Will enrich your soul

To begin the process of making it whole

Your poison seeps through the wounds and into the skin

Intoxicated, I took my time

Devouring slowly

Sipping the poison

As if it were the finest beverage

Poision swirls in the atmosphere

A fatal lesson man will learn

Not enough time before it all burns

But interestingly of all, we drink the poison our minds pour

And wonder why we feel so sick.

~DiosRaw 05/02/21 09:45AM


“The Ministry of Peace concerns itself with war, the Ministry of Truth with lies, the Ministry of Love with torture and the Ministry of Plenty with starvation.

These contradictions are not accidental, nor do they result from from ordinary hypocrisy.

They are deliberate exercises in doublethink.” – Orwell, 1984

Guest Post: Success Is Failure

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This notion may seem shocking, yet that is only because of our conditioning. In reality there is no success or failure, there is only the present moment, and the present moment cannot be a success or a failure. It just is.

What are you striving for? More. More of what?

The more you succeed in anything the greater is the need to go on succeeding and this perpetuating wheel only brings suffering and delusion.

The tribal man in the forests does not strive for more. He hunts for what he needs. He does not accumulate wealth, wealth matters not to him for he lives only for the present moment. He cannot hoard more food than will keep and in his community everything is shared, there is no striving to have more than his neighbour.

Why should we live any differently?

What does it matter to this present moment whether we have £100 pounds in the bank or £100,000? When your mind is always bent towards the future and what you think you need next, you miss out on the present moment. You miss out on really living.

We must enjoy life, enjoy what we do and be present every minute we do it. There is no future nor past, only now.
Do not think in terms of success or failure, rather make the most of every second, by just being present.

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Philosophy #3: The Six Branches Of Philosophy Explained

Metaphysics is the philosophical branch that studies reality, existence, the nature of being, the physical world, and the universe.

It seeks to answer difficult questions like, what is the nature of reality? How can we say that the world exists outside of our thoughts? How did mankind come to be? How was the universe made? Was the universe made? How can our disembodied minds control or affect our physical bodies? How can we prove the existence of something? Can “nothingness” exist? Etc.

Then there’s my favorite branch, Epistemology. So, Epistemology is often referred to as the theory of knowledge. It delves into the definition, scope, and parameters of knowledge and knowledge formation. It seeks to explain how we acquire knowledge, how knowledge relates to notions like justification, truth, and belief, and how and where it falls in the spectrum of certainty and error.

It is a study that asks big questions like what is knowledge? What can we know for certain? How do we know what we know? How can we acquire knowledge? What is a justified belief, and what makes it justified? Etc.

Logic is the branch of philosophy that studies reasoning. It teaches us how to differentiate between good and bad reasoning and how to construct valid arguments. It seeks answers to questions like, what is valid reasoning? How can you distinguish between a good argument and a bad argument? How can you spot fallacies or errors in an argument?

Now, we’ve all studied logic in one form or another. In Math class, logic came in the form of puzzles or word problems that required the use of inductive or deductive reasoning to arrive at the right equations or solutions. In English/Speech class, we studied fallacies and paradoxes and solved riddles with inferences, which taught us how to create convincing and logical arguments and how to debate properly. And the list goes on.

Ethics, also known as moral philosophy, is often referred to as the study of morality. It seeks to address questions about how we should live our lives, how we define proper conduct, and what we mean by the good life. It’s a study that teaches us what the virtuous life is like and how we can put these virtues into practice.

Ethics concerns itself with questions like, what is the good life? How should we act? What do we mean by virtue? What does “right” even mean?

In the world of philosophy, Aesthetics refers to the study of everything related to beauty, art, and good taste. This includes how we define art, how we feel when viewing art or witnessing beauty, how we judge works of art, and how we form our taste.

This branch of philosophy concerns itself with questions that include: What is art? What makes an artwork successful? Is art an expression of feelings? Can it be a “vehicle of truth?” Is “good taste” innate or learned? And, is art and morality connected?

Last on our list is Politics or Political Philosophy. As you can already tell from its name Political Philosophy examines various concepts related to politics, government, laws, liberty, justice, rights, authority, state, and even ethics (ethical ruling). It discusses how states should be built and run, and how its constituents should act.”

Source: https://www.google.com/amp/s/thebadbread.com/2020/04/08/philosophy-101-the-six-branches-of-philosophy/amp/

Philosophical Questions #2: Does Knowledge Have Intrinsic Value Or Does It Need To Have A Practical Use To Have Value?

Knowledge is a familiarity, awareness, or understanding of someone or something, such as facts, skills, or objects. By most accounts, knowledge can be acquired in many different ways and from many sources, including but not limited to perception, reason, memory, testimony, scientific inquiry, education, and practice.

Value is the regard that something is held to deserve; the importance, worth, or usefulness of something.

So, does knowledge have intrinsic value or does it need to have a practical use to be valuable?

I would say knowledge does have intrinsic value, knowledge doesn’t have to have a practical use to be valuable. For example, we could have knowledge of the universe that isn’t practical to be able to be applied to life but is intrinsically valuable to us for our understanding.

But then isn’t that practical if we know something? Oh dear, down the rabbit hole again..

Quotes #70: Do You Truly Believe?

“As authoritarianism spreads, as emergency laws proliferate, as we sacrifice our rights, we also sacrifice our capacity to arrest the slide into a less liberal and less free world. Do you truly believe that when the first wave, this second wave, the 16th wave of the coronavirus is a long forgotton memory, that these capabilities will not be kept?” – Edward Snowden