Stargate Project Epilogue

outside comfort zone- V -outside comfort zone
ceremonial ‘hemi-sync’ ^          ^ error recording principle

’cz’ is the ‘comfort zone’ and the V in the center represents ‘psychological sight.’ As a metaphor, we can say, the eyes are at the point (bottom) of the V and people who depend on Cartesian-Platonic thought (modality) and consequent shaped, narrow perception, have their field of vision contained or restricted within the V or comfort zone. The same could be said for all of those whose mentalities had been shaped by Catholicism and its several schisms (spin-offs.) In a manner of speaking, the two are Siamese twins.

The material I have ‘thumb-nailed’ into this small work could be developed into quite the book (I almost certainly won’t write) detailing a by far greater understanding. In regards to this, just a few things should be mentioned.

The vast gulf of understanding between the ancient indigenous American and modern Western reflects 40,000 years separation according to a source I trust (and goes against nearly all modern anthropology.)

“When North America was an ice-age tundra, the first Americans were “cooking” their cultures in the tropical south, moving northward and settling as the glaciers retreated, according to new linguistic evidence from indigenous languages throughout the New World.

“The evidence suggests that humans have been in the Americas for a very long time, perhaps 40,000 years. It also suggests that most native American languages derived from Ice Age inhabitants who were isolated in the Western Hemisphere for many millennia.

“Only along the west coast do languages appear to come from immigrants who arrived after the Ice Age 14,000 years ago, a Berkeley linguist reports” [1], [2]

Relevant to the preceding the Chinese oracle I-Ching shares identical mathematics principles with the Native American stick game oracle (which is originally only found in the Western tribes of North America.) [3]

The widespread concept of fear known throughout Western culture was unknown to the ancient ways depicted in the this work’s text; where ‘fear’ was tied to the error recording principle and differentiated from survival instinct. In Western culture, the two are widely conflated and intensified:

“what Europeans brought into this land of the ontology of the Gift was the experience of fear … one reason that alcohol took such hold on the Native American community was that it helped people to deal with this new experience of fear” [4]

What might help to distinguish these differing experience is the Blackfoot understanding of close encounters with a bear. The rule is “you talk to them.” There is a story of Charles ‘Chuck’ Jonkel had been tracking a bear with cubs above the village of West Glacier, Montana, (I believe it is was on Strawberry Mountain) when suddenly, as quick as you can snap your fingers, the sow had his forearm in her mouth; he’d come to close to her in dense brush, without realizing. Not panicking, he began speaking to the bear in gentle tones, profusely apologizing for the intrusion. The bear let him go because he did not fear. Judging from the photo attending his obituary at the footnoted link, he’d likely learned his ‘native survival instinct’ from Indians. [5]

In the ancient ways, spoken language had been considered so powerful in relation to the channels & strings, restrictions were placed on subjects to be discussed, and how and when. This resulted in a habit of ‘euphemism’ where, for instance if speaking of a Grizzly Bear (casually), you did not speak the bear’s proper name but referred to that animal as a “big badger”, so as to avoid drawing the actual subject’s attention.

Relevant to this immediate preceding, it should be noted ‘sight precedes language’ in the native world of understanding; reading the clockwork’s coordination in the energies does not require spoken language nor does interacting with the same. It is this reporters guess the Native American hand language (of silence) is as old as the understanding of channels and strings or at least 40,000 years (and probably older than that.)

Fear, on the other hand, was a limited concept having to do with making mistakes (error recordings.) To this subject I will recall an anecdote of the time a chief of the Blood Indians, I won’t say his name, had been prepared a root medicine (potion) by the women of the Horn Society. He was afraid of it and simply kept it in his kitchen, also afraid to throw it away. The modern chiefs are notoriously corrupt and apparently this chief felt trapped. His rationale was if this potion was to help him but the people preparing it knew he had made some mistake, it could actually be meant to kill him.

Where the channels & strings make up a universal framework, there were differing specializations built in to this phenomenon that likely are (or were) genetic predisposition. This would, example given, reflect in the clan name you were born into, for instance if you were born into the ‘worm’ clan, the name points to a predisposition that, if destined to be properly developed, should metamorphosis into the butterfly or a gifted dreamer, in effect a receiver of the universe’s intuitive knowledge.

Finally, it had been the old ladies protection is what kept this reporter alive. For whatever reasons (never confessed to myself) there were several of the more (most?) knowledgeable elder women (remnant of the matriarchal chiefs) put out the word through the young men of their respective families: “Make certain Ron comes to no harm.” This recalls my first living among the Blackfeet and the old woman who took me as her son without so much as a question but only a statement of fact: “The spirit told us you would come.”


Foreword the A + B = C misapprehension of reality

Stargate Project (0) series introduction

Stargate Project (1) down the rabbit hole

Stargate Project (2) the nazi meme

Stargate Project (3) transcendent warfare

Stargate Project 0.0 epilogue < you are here







A former Sergeant of Operations and Intelligence for Special Forces, Ronald Thomas West is a retired investigator (living in exile) whose work focus had been anti-corruption. Ronald is published in International Law as a layman (The Mueller-Wilson Report, co-authored with Dr Mark D Cole) and has been adjunct professor of American Constitutional Law at Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany (for English credit, summer semester 2008.) Ronald’s formal educational background (no degree) is social psychology. His therapeutic device is satire.


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