The Colors of Time

From Nikola Tesla: “As I have discussed elsewhere, there are colors of Time that limit what things are discovered, perceived, and revealed. Time is responsive to human development and human need as much as it is responsive to the shifts and flow within the incredible tapestries of the magnetic, gravitational, Etheric and photonic aspects of the galaxy. It is these last that help Time not only receive information from physical Reality but also infuse that reality with refreshed information: an intelligent, ongoing and incredibly responsive dynamic system of awareness and action. From the human standpoint this can feel both tragic and frustrating, as it was when the fire destroyed my laboratory and my papers, or when lack of funds and support halted my forward progress.

“But I have come to understand that human beings are very much a part of this temporal matrix that allows certain possibilities and frustrates others. Much as I was often frustrated in my own work because I was only able to present a portion of what I saw, or hoped to see, other human actions are thwarted if they were to upset the balance too much. As has been said elsewhere, if the atomic bomb had been created in the time of the Crusades, the world would be a burned-out husk now, as both sides would have said, ‘Kill them all! The God/Allah sort them out!’ So I was limited in what I could offer and present by the continual drag of Time Itself. 

For Time, being as aspect of God, is indeed part of that Divine Intelligence. And this is why I am so pleased to be working with the channeled material in my soon to be three books: I have been able to catch up and trace any of a number of stray thoughts and loose ends, from my wonder at how the human mind and spirituality might alter Reality to other issues I could not pursue such as aspects of gravity, magnetism, light and even human psychology, for surely I needed more understanding there in my life.  It is a priceless thing to be able to finally be able to say some few of the things I wished I could have said.”

Social Animals

From Nikola Tesla: “Human beings, whether by genetic coding or convenient preference, are social animals. Bonds of love or obligation, of shared history or shared secrets, bonds of respect or sometimes chains of fear, bind a family unit together, then the extended family, the group, and the mixtures of groups called cities, states and countries. Living socially demands more of an animal or a person than any other method. Predators need to be cunning and wily because their prey, rather than being solitary, is generally part of a herd, were subtle clues can be enough to work out hierarchies, foraging and even genetic lineages so there is comparatively little incest even in times of rut or the times of season. Dogs live in social packs and are superlative hunters in their group. Leopards are a notable exception: they do not live in groups, but are so skilled at opportunistic hunting that if they were a part of a group they would overcome their prey completely.

“Yet, the inner flow of communication within the social group is part of what helps the members keep healthier. Elephants in particular remember who is in the herd and much of what each individual’s story means within the herd, as do dolphins and many whales. Dolphins and whales have their own language, as do human beings: they are even able to understand human symbols. But the core of all communication within a group is love: bonding. Indeed that elephants clearly feel emotions concerning their kindred, as well as the cetaceans and human beings, suggests that the more elevated types of love are employed, such as altruism, kinship, friendship and planned cooperative efforts, may only be found in those animals that chose to live in groups. Human beings have all of those attributes,; once these higher-order exchanges are looked for, they will be found in other animals, and in all human beings.”

Trials and Challenges

From Nikola Tesla: “There are times when your life is disrupted by astonishing, grave, or entirely unexpected events, and there is generally a time of shock where the human energies of your mind, feelings, and even your body are suspended into a timeless pause. If the disruption is an unexpected joy, your energy surges forward again, reaching into the new experience. If the incident or action is something frightening, distressing or even dangerous, your human energies pull back and shut down,  This does not seem to be adaptive. If a gazelle is being hunted by a cheetah, the best response is to put everything into running, yes? And even if the cheetah were able to come up to the gazelle and knock it down, certainly just lying there in shock would do nothing good. 

And yet: sometimes lying there without moving is the best thing to do. If the cheetah or any other predator sees the animal still, it is easy for the hunter, spending all its attention on breathing after the run, to imagine that the prey is already dead. In that case, the hunter’s attention is diverted into its own concerns, and the prey has a chance of running again, and by grace or luck can catch the predator unaware, and slip out of its grasp. This does not work all the time, but works often enough for it to be a lesson put into the genetic patters that govern instinct.

So the nest time you are put into a place of being forced to make a difficult choice, or when faced with some onslaught that seems inescapable, consider holding yourself poised in Timelessness for a moment. Consider the value of playing possum and deceiving the predator, or the one that seeks to foist his will upon you. Yes, it is best to run when you can and fight when you can, but if you are chased down to a wall and there is no way out, keep in mind the power of the unexpected.”