The Concept of Beings
For the purpose of this book, I have tried to define the Being as an apparently separate part of Consciousness (the World Mind) that is self-aware and evolves from the lowest form to the highest.
The Being enters each incarnation as an actor who chooses a role in a play. More precisely, it enters the characters of a computer game where the characters can act freely within the programmed features and storyline. Is itself also a programmer who, under the baton of a chief programmer, and together with the other programmers, creates the game while also playing it.
For sake of clarity, I will try to define the Being in relation to the concept of Superego, as the latter often appears in spiritual teachings, mainly with regards to the development of a person. Many teachers put emphasis on the need to connect, or even identify with one’s Superego in the pursuit of spiritual development.
In a very simplified way, it could be said that the Superego is an essential part of the Being in constant conjunction with the various parts (or rather, forms) of the Being—a sort of control centre thereof—and is also the part of the Being closest to God.
To put it very simply, development, or evolution, is the determining factor at this level of truth; the evolution of the Being, the Universe and the World from the lowest forms to the highest.
And already here we face a major problem. The forms of consciousness moving near the human level are more or less understandable, but the further we go on either direction, the vaguer our image becomes.
The evolutionary forms of the Being
What can be defined as the lowest form?
If we consider the theories of modern physics, we could say that the subatomic particles are the lowest form. A photon is a good example. According to Einstein’s Theory of Relativity, a photon moves only at the speed of light and therefore time does not pass for it. But picturing the consciousness of a photon is difficult, even for my bloated fantasy. Besides, science has already moved further, proposing an even more basic form of matter, strings. And, given the current development of science, I suspect it will not end there, especially if we consider the hypothesis that there is infinity in all directions.
The concept of a form of matter as a one-dimensional string, the vibrations of which determine the nature of this or that particle, is very close to this book’s concept of the Being, whose vibrations, like those of the one-dimensional string, also determine this or that form thereof (mineral, plant, animal, human, etc.).
However, in order to create a model, we must start with the assumption of some sort of extreme forms.
So, for the purpose of our model of the evolution of the Being, we will take the subatomic particles—perhaps the aforementioned photon—as the lowest form. The consciousness of a photon, for which time does not pass, is very close to the consciousness of the Absolute; it could be said that it is experiencing the Absolute—the transcendental aspect of God. Basically, it could be said that it is in a state we call enlightenment.
For the sake of simplicity, we will skip forms like atoms or molecules and proceed to the forms commonly called minerals. Here we come to the perception of time and space as we understand it. But we are still very close to God. The state of consciousness, due to its invariance and minimum development, is similar to the Absolute, and the unity with the whole is still fully felt.
It is, however, a completely passive form, unable of self-determination.
Liquids in general are an interesting subgroup. In our planet, water (which in this case should not be confused with a river, lake or sea, which has their own form of consciousness, different from this level) plays a particularly important role, and it could be said that it straddles the border between this form (mineral) and the higher one.
Plants are a higher form. They are affected by the morphic resonance of plants (predominantly, never exclusively). The unity with the whole is still felt, but the first aspects of self-determination begin to appear. However, plants are still limited in their ability to move and actively, and significantly, affect theirs or other’s lives.
Animals are the next form, which are affected by the morphic resonance of their species, also called the collective soul. They are already fully aware of their individuality, and are able to choose. This naturally applies mainly to higher forms such as mammals.
From the average modern human, they differ in their stronger connection with a higher dimension, their ability of extrasensory perception, their lower capacity of self-determination and level of intellect.
The form that we can best understand is, of course, the human, who is affected by the morphic resonance of his given incarnation. He shares the karma of his family, nation, country and of human as such and of human as an inhabitant of the Earth. During most of his incarnation, he has a feeling of total separation from God, identifying himself with his body. He has full self-determination.
To put it more precisely, the human who has total freedom is the one more or less in the middle of the evolutionary ladder, with that freedom decreasing on either direction.
I personally disagree with doctrines, even esoteric ones that consider the human as the centre of everything. Some even say that god created the world only to give the human a place to manifest himself. I believe that the claim that the human as the only form with self-determination is also a product of this self-centred idea and not a reflection of reality.
But the human is not even close to the highest form of consciousness. There are beings at higher stages of development.
The higher form closest to our level are beings that, like us, remain captive in the four-dimensional space-time, which may even look similar to us, but are more developed. They use extrasensory perception normally, they are connected to the collective consciousness and control forces, the existence and principles of which we are still vaguely aware.
From our perspective, they are enlightened and sometimes incarnate back to our level in order to help people in their spiritual growth—to return to God. It is a category with a lot in common with animals, but are much higher in the spiral of development thanks to what they experienced in their role of human —they have been enriched with an intellectual component.
To maintain the pigeon-holing of each category, I have called this form the superhuman.
Higher forms do not reincarnate any longer and their development takes part in a different space-time than ours.
It is a fundamental mistake to believe that, once you have reached a level of development beyond reincarnation and the laws of karma, you can do whatever you want. That is not true as that being is not able to act contrary to the divine law. We must not forget which level of truth we are looking at things from. It is not the highest level of the transcendent and immanent God, but the third level – “Being – Reincarnation”.
It is much more difficult to know and describe because we have to rely on information in a state of expanded consciousness, either our own, or someone else’s. Those less sensitive to the direct acquisition of information rely on their faith in a trustworthy source. Since I’m not an advocate of detailed descriptions of the different elementals, demons, angels, and other types and subtypes of this sort of beings, including their real names, I will limit myself to listing the evolutionary forms of the Being that logically fit the structure I propose.
The next evolutionary form should be beings that have a lot in common with the category of plants. For the sake of simplicity, I will call this category “angels”. They are still undergoing development, but no longer in the form of incarnation. Like plants, they have a higher feeling of unity with the whole and therefore their self-determination is also limited.
I lack the sufficient information to describe the next category, and I can only analogically assume that it has attributes in common with the categories of minerals, and I call them the lower gods. This category could include forms of consciousness like the Earth (or Gaia), the Sun or the Galaxy.
The next category, the highest in my proposed structure, has attributes in common with the category of particles, and I call it the higher gods. Here, we can include forms of consciousness like the Universe or systems of parallel universes. From our perspective, these forms of consciousness are so high that we believe they are omniscient and omnipotent, merging them with God. For us, the boundaries between this category and God are blurred.
Naturally, my categories of the evolutionary forms of consciousness are very simplified and inaccurate, but the purpose of this chapter is not the precise categorisation of the evolutionary stages of Being, but an attempt to explain them with a simple and understandable model.
However, this simplification has resulted in something I have always tried to avoid. The category human ended up in the middle, where it probably does not belong (even if I refuse to a priori deny the possibility, replacing one dogma with another).
It is possible, and likely, that there is another category of forms of consciousness between animals and humans. For those who need an example, it would be the evolutionary level of Neanderthals, who no longer exist in our planet, but they did, and do in other planets.
In addition, there may be other beings that are not people, but are in a sort of parallel level of development (they live in other planets, maybe other universes).
It should also be noted that our different incarnations are by no means limited to Earth, not even to our galaxy or universe. Regression therapy has also given us information about beings with a form of consciousness similar to our level, which did not evolve from animals, but from plants.
In addition, the category I called superhuman might be too compressed, and could comprise two or three categories. All these possibilities would move the human from the middle of the evolutionary ladder.
On the other hand, I must not forget that basically all major religions and mythologies put the human in the centre, and it does look like that from our perspective. Maybe I should use my favourite incantation: “everything is true, it all depends the perspective a claim is evaluated from.”
The Model of the Being
The Being goes through all the evolutionary forms and, enriched by the experiences of all the possible principles of being, returns to God (see Fig. 7). The figure shows the Being as a spiral, with each colour representing an evolutionary phase: particle – white, mineral – red, plant – orange, animal – yellow, human – green, superhuman – blue, angel – violet, lesser gods – purple, higher gods – white. From the highest level of truth, it would be more accurate to describe the being as all the evolutionary forms at once.
The development of the Being on a colour scale: first red, where its form is close to god but lacks cognition. The spectrum goes from the warmer to the cooler colours, which represent cognition—the intellectual component. Then, as it returns to god, the cold, intellectual blue is enriched with red, becoming violet and purple.
You can picture on the model how a multi-dimensional Being manifests in a given point of our space-time (see Fig. 8). For a better understanding, picture our space-time as two-dimensional, as a plane. At the point where the colour spiral intersects it, we see the Being entering our space-time as a colour ring and, depending on the colour, we also see its respective form (incarnation, e.g. plant, animal, human).
As an analogy of the evolution of the Being, I will use my favourite image: the sea and a water drop. There is almost no movement on the depths of the ocean, no sounds penetrate it and the temperature and the darkness are constant. There, the water drop is in a state where it is mostly aware of its unity with the whole and the permanence.
After an infinite time (from the perspective of the drop), and due to different processes, the drop gets closer to the surface. It becomes part of a sea current and also aware of movement.
Then it gets to the surface, becoming part of a wave. Here it is where it becomes fully aware of movement, different states and temperatures, the light, and where it also begins to partially perceive the World beyond the ocean. The drop becomes aware that it can interact with other drops in the wave.
And then, there is that extraordinary moment in the life of a drop, when, upon crashing into another wave, it is catapulted to the air. The drop is now fully independent and free, and fully aware of its uniqueness and separateness from the sea. For the first time ever, It is able to see the full breadth of the World with a certain detachment (literally and figuratively, from the perspective of the drop). Enriched by this experience and awareness, it returns to the sea.
First, it becomes again a part of a wave, but this wiser drop is no longer just a part of the wave; it has the consciousness of the wave. It is the wave. In computer jargon, it could be said it becomes a main programmer of the wave program. Then it proceeds to become again part of a sea current, and a main programmer of the sea current program. In the end, it merges back with the sea, becoming the sea; a main programmer of the sea program.
On Earth, there are many beings incarnated at (sometimes very) different evolutionary levels—different places of the colour spiral, at different distances from the divine centre (see Fig. 7) and its attraction.
Anyone who hates or despises someone (and it can be a creature other than human) for their behaviour or bad qualities should be aware that they too, as a developing being, was once or (in a worse case scenario for them) will be at the same evolutionary level as the object of their hate or contempt.
Their behaviour and qualities used to be—or will be—very similar, if not identical, to those of the condemned subject. So, they are essentially condemning themselves but at a different evolutionary level. Using another parable, it would be as we were condemning ourselves when we were babies and wet trousers, or for not knowing how to read and write perfectly in our first year of school.
In order to follow Jesus’ commandment to “Love thy neighbour as thyself”, the spiritual literature often recommends to see the neighbour as part of the whole, of which we are also part (which corresponds to the view of the first level of truth, “God – Universe”).
I believe this should be complemented with a closer and more understandable view of the neighbour, seeing them as a part of ourselves experiencing other principles of being (which corresponds to the view of the second level of truth, “Consciousness – the Created World”).
Beyond the scope of this chapter, this perception of the neighbour can also be complemented with another level, the sympathetic view of the sinner, being aware that every bad behaviour will have an effect on karma redeemed by suffering (which corresponds to the view of the third level of truth, “Being – Reincarnation”).
In its complex evolution, the Being undergoes all the principles of being, including those that seem admirable and contemptible. During its development in the human phase, the Being will incarnate in figures like Hitler and Stalin, but also like Jesus or Buddha. Each of us has been or will be a figure like Hitler, Stalin, Jesus or Buddha. More precisely, each of us, somewhere in space-time, is all these forms simultaneously.
Just as we shouldn’t despise beings on a lower evolutionary level, we should refrain from looking up with uncritical admiration to beings at a higher level, like prophets. We are also going to reach that level. Respect and humility should be an appropriate and fully sufficient attitude towards them.
Some prophets whose teachings became the foundations of major religions are considered to be incarnations of God. I believe this is a big misunderstanding.
We all are part of God. In a figurative, and very simplified, sense, God is in all of us. It is essentially impossible for God to be in only some of us. From a certain angle, and from a certain level of truth, we are all divine incarnations.
The theories trying to antagonise human and divine incarnations are misleading. The very concept of human incarnation is already misleading because that which incarnates cannot be defined as human.
The faith in divine incarnation also comes from the image of the personified god. How it is otherwise possible to imagine that something infinite in space time would incarnate in a human, which is very limited both in time and space?
In the case of prophets, it could be said, less precisely, that they are an incarnation of beings of a higher level or rather, a part of the Being which, from our perspective, manifests in our space-time as a higher form.
It is necessary to critically and sceptically examine those religious and mystical truths like “God is love”.
Is god love? No, because god is everything. God cannot be reduced to only one of His aspects. And since god is everything, it must also include those aspects that are at the opposite extreme of love.
So, why do so many spiritual people claim this? Because the frequency range of their consciousness resonates with the aspect of God identified with the concept of love. Therefore, they perceive God as unconditional love. On the other hand, there are many people whose consciousness frequency range does not resonate with that aspect of God, but with aspects of lower frequency, and they may identify god with other concepts such as strength or power.
On closer examination, however, the concept of love, as many others, is ambiguous. In the sense that is commonly used, it can be described as a relationship between two beings, or rather, of a being with another or other beings (objects). The way it is referred to in esoteric literature—as absolute, unconditional love—it could be characterised, instead of a relationship with other beings, as a state of mind in which there is a union with one of the attributes of God.
So, what is this omnipresent divine love, the basis of all creative energy?
Love = attraction = gravity. The love for god can also be described as attraction; an analogy to gravity. The further we are from God, the less we feel His love. And yet, however far from Him we may be, His love (gravity) still affects us. We can never fully escape its reach, and its strength will always overwhelm our centrifugal tendencies, bringing us together. From this perspective, this attraction appears as a fundamental force of the material and immaterial World.
The evolution of the Being could be compared to a comet following an eccentric orbit around the Sun.
More precisely, it is better to imagine the comet as if it had been shot from the Sun.
At first, it moves at high speed, it is near and feels a strong gravity pull. Its speed decreases the further it goes, as does the gravity pull. At the end of the path, where gravity is at its weakest and the sunshine has completely faded, the gravity pull of the Sun prevails; the comet ceases to move away, beginning its journey back towards the Sun. And as the distance shortens, the gravity pull and the speed increase, until, by the end, they reaches enormous values, as the glare of the Sun covers the entire horizon, culminating with the comet’s merging into the Sun.
Likewise, at the beginning of its evolution, the being rapidly distances itself from god, with the speed decreasing the further it gets, just like god’s attraction. The Being feels the divine love less and less, and it’s less affected by it. But it never gets fully out of its reach and ultimately, it will bring the Being back to god. And again, the closer it gets to god, the stronger it feel his love—the attraction—and the faster it returns to him. This model of the evolution of Being shows us that no being is fully and permanently lost, but always returns to God, albeit in a different form (see Fig. 7).
Each of us is a particle of God; each of us has a part of the divine love and that is why we are attracted to and love each other. This is the cause of the mutual love between two beings. We are all charged with the same energy. Only the number of amorons (a unit of love, equivalent to the unit of gravity, gravitons), and the size of their charge, differ.
The same way gravity curves our space-time, the divine love—the attraction—curves the divine space-time.
Life between lives
What happens when a person dies, what is between lives? This is a common question related to the existence of heaven, hell, etc.
What happens when a person dies? The World Mind stops sending the sub-program body to the consciousness and the consciousness automatically retunes to the next stronger channel.
This is where the uniformity of this process ends for all human beings, but the diversity of what follows will depend on many factors, in particular, the Being’s evolutionary level, how it died and, last but not least, the information that the person has about what awaits them after death (including the information that there is nothing).
There are many people who are actually unable to realise that they have died. Their consciousness works on and they keep on perceiving our physical Universe. As a result of their highly materialistic or religious convictions, they are not able to see that their existence has changed significantly. Especially, when this new existence allows them to realise their ideas or desires much more easily than in the so-called material world.
Many souls are not able to fully disconnect from the material world because they remain tied to people, places or activities, whether that bond is of love, have or the desire of revenge. Often, they have met unexpected or violent deaths. The ignorance about what expects us after death often results in our inability to find our bearings in the afterlife.
This situation is significantly improving in our western culture thanks to the information about the afterlife provided by films, TV, radio, magazines, etc. Even though it is usually in the form of sci-fi, fantasy or comedies, the information filters into the consciousness and, at the right time, it can be every bit as useful as information provided in a more serious manner. Actually, it serves its purpose even better than in text books as it can reach a wider range of people.
I can imagine the reaction of such a person after dying, when they realise that it is not all over and say: “So, it wasn’t a joke!”
In other cultures, this purpose was served by the books of the dead (Egyptian, Tibetan), which mostly provided information to help the soul reach the other world without difficulties, or, more precisely, albeit very simply put, the right other world.
Many esoteric doctrines claim that a conscious death (in particular, what a person is thinking while dying) and a preparation for the afterlife will greatly affect the quality of life between lives and the next incarnation. As folk wisdom, and certain religions put it: it is never too late, and even on the deathbed can one return to god.
Ultimately, and maybe after a long time, and with the help of other beings (often former close relatives or others karmically bound), everyone understands and moves on. And what is next? Heaven, purgatory or hell? Nothing like what the classic religious doctrines often tell us.
The most commonly mentioned sequence of events (according to regression therapy, NDE and esoteric doctrines) is that the soul meets a luminous being (likely, a visualisation of its Superego) and its whole life passes before its spiritual eyes, including an assessment of how it was lived. It should be considered, however, that the soul sees the entire life at once (the information is given as if the film of the entire life was projected in an instant), perceiving also the emotions of other beings.
What is purgatory or hell? It’s the soul experiencing all the suffering caused by its actions, whether knowingly or unknowingly, including the suffering caused on others it even did not know in life.
And it will be surely surprising for many people to find that their acts and, in particular, their thoughts (many don’t even consider that their thoughts and attitudes could also be assessed) are assessed differently than they expected. Divine justice is not subject to the customs of the time and the land. Not everyone who believes they observe the strict letter of the Ten Commandments will get a nice report card.
Life between lives continues in the astral world, which is believed to have several levels where each soul is classified according to the evolution (the vibration frequency of consciousness) of the life they have just finished and their ideas about the afterlife. Here, the evolution of the being continues.
It is natural and logical that in the, astral world, the being will be in an environment that corresponds to its vibration, where they will encounter beings with the same level of vibration.
If, for instance, someone devoted their whole life to the satisfaction of their material needs, with no regards to the consequences on others, they will continue that way of life even after dying, and will probably be surrounded by beings with the same interests and evolutionary level (the same coarse or fine vibrations).
It is therefore entirely possible that a person, who knowingly committed evil their whole lives, and believed in hell, will actually end up in hell.
In contrast, someone who during their life was good and believed in Christian heaven will go to that heaven.
According to esoteric doctrines and regression therapy, the needs are satisfied in a way that whatever a person desires or imagines will be quickly and easily realised. Both of them will eventually see that they are not in real heaven or in real hell.
The delusion that happiness is the satisfaction of material needs is, to some extent, the most easily cured.
Imagine that everything you wish (and it could even be an impossible dream from the perspective of the life of a regular person) is always immediately realised, again and again. The magic of the unattainable is soon lost, together with the happiness in the gratification of desire. All that remains is the futility of coming up with further attempts at achieving happiness with satisfaction of material needs. The best food, the most beautiful women, the best cars, the most expensive objects no longer bring the feeling of happiness if you can have them at any time; just like in this life.
The long stay and the repeated realisation of desires result in a weaker dependency, in particular, on that which the Being carried from the previous life. This leads to the assumption that, in its next incarnation, the Being will have been enriched by this experience and will be able to better face the tasks of the next life.
On a higher level of the astral world there are beings that devoted a major part of their previous lives to creativity and knowledge.
The realisation of creative activities and the desire for knowledge bring a significantly longer feeling of happiness and fulfilment. These activities also enrich the Being, accelerating its evolution.
Likewise, they result in weaker dependency, in particular, on the success of the results of the creative activities (meaning, the positive opinion of others), because here it is also more easily achieved. The focus will remain primarily on the creative process itself.
This also applies to the process of knowledge, where the being gradually leaves behind the fascination of everything they already know, feeling, instead, humility. This is a wholly natural phenomenon because the more a person learns, the more they realise they don’t know.
The beings who, during their human lives consciously worked on their spiritual development and their connection with their Overegos, are the ones that reach this natural environment, where it is much easier to induce states of meditation and contemplation (the highest state of meditation, which contemplates the effort to directly commune with God). The body does not interfere with its needs and perceptions. Any material needs and desires are fulfilled almost immediately and soon recede into the background.
The channel for the communion with the Superego and God is stronger, cleaner and with less interference. It is significantly easier to understand higher levels of truth because there’s no disruption from the evidently interfering truths of lower levels.
Here I would like to draw attention to the distorted image some people have about what spiritual development is, as well its goals and means.
I would try to explain it with a simple example.
Everyone who during their lives on Earth were fascinated by the powers gained during intensive work, or that came spontaneously (for instance, during NDE), or that they tried to obtain, will be disappointed, and it is here that many will understand what is really important and which values are beyond the horizon of one lifetime. Telepathy, telekinesis, levitation, teleportation, seeing auras, materialisation, etc. are all things that everyone, or nearly everyone, knows in the astral world.
Only those who understand and work on changing themselves will have the chance to reach a higher level. Anyone working on a way to obtain powers that will help them change the world that surrounds them is taking the longer road, which does not mean the wrong one, because no road is wrong. In the end, all roads lead to the only possible destination.
Of all that remains after death, it is only what I achieved, what I learnt, what I understood throughout my life what has the lasting value.
This is a very simple criterion to follow if we really want to evolve.
However, I would like to emphasise that I am by no means claiming that spiritual development is the only meaningful thing in human life. In this regard, I refer to Chapter 6, where the question of the meaning (or rather, meanings) of life is addressed in more detail.
Time in the other world goes by differently than in our Universe (for instance, perpendicularly – see Fig. 9) and it is therefore possible to incarnate for a very short period with regards to our time. However, the stay of a being in the astral world can be relatively long.
After staying in the astral world, the soul passes to a higher dimension, where it gradually cleanses and prepares for the next incarnation. I am not giving much space to this phase of life between lives because at this point I lack information that I would consider sufficiently credible. Roughly, it could be compared to a deep sleep. The stay in the astral world is very similar to the phase of sleep called REM, just like the stay in higher dimensions can be compared to a state of deep sleep of complete oblivion, where the soul is fully detached from the ego.
Before being reborn, the being chooses the person in which it will incarnate. During this selection process, the soul works again with the luminous being, and a film of its future life is projected before their eyes.
The luminous being is probably none other than the visualisation of the Superego.
Thus, the being chooses its parents and fate and in that moment knows why. However, all this is forgotten during the process of incarnation, which takes places between conception and birth.
Therefore, nobody should blame their adversity on their parents, because both were their own choice.
Most children gradually lose the information about their communion with God, their previous incarnations, and even their telepathic or other powers (for instance, seeing beings with higher vibrations) as they acquire cognitive and rational capabilities.
It is too bad that, save for very few exceptions, the development of the child in the early days of its life receives no attention in this regard.
Why is the information about previous incarnations forgotten? The answer is simple, though maybe not satisfactory for everyone. A full knowledge of previous lives would make it impossible to play the new role in the Cosmic game.
Imagine an actor who, after thirty years of intense acting life, when walking on stage with a new role, starts recalling all the roles he played in theatre, TV and film, with all the scripts, the features and emotions of each character, as well as all his colleagues and their characters. Would that actor be able to play anything under those conditions? And there is a great difference between playing a character and living a life, especially emotional.
How could someone fully and freely live their new life if they were to remember all the suffering they experienced and caused in previous incarnations?
When you study the lives of different people in more detail, you see how many of them, despite the gift of forgetfulness, have deeply rooted in their subconscious the idea that they don’t deserve to be happy in this life.
They are usually easy to recognise. From the perspective of others, they act in a seemingly inexplicable fashion, complicating their lives incredibly, avoiding happiness by all means. Very often, regression therapy is the only thing that can help them understand that it is only themselves who are making their lives complicated.
Although I try to avoid overly detailed descriptions, focusing rather on mutual connections—you will not find in this chapter a description of each type of being—I would still like to bring attention to a certain kind of being.
Unfortunately, they are not perceived as such, which results in the misunderstanding of certain phenomena.
To be more precise, it should be noted that instead of classifying them as a type of being, it would be more appropriate to call them quasi-beings.
It is a relatively important phenomenon, the understanding of which has an effect on our understanding of some phenomena in our society, and I will attempt to provide an approximate description.
They come into existence as thought forms in the astral and other similar worlds and live relatively independent lives. These thought forms could be described as ideas, and they are also called egregors. They refer, for instance, to all the -isms supported by a significant number of people (in this case, referring only to mankind). There are many examples: Buddhism, Hinduism, Christianity, Islamism, but Nazism, Fascism, Communism, Socialism, Capitalism, to mention the most typical.
The difference between, say, a Catholic or materialistic quasi-being – egregor and the Being as described herein is that the existence of the former is fully dependent on other beings in all their forms that feed it with energy, perishing when the supply of that energy is cut. The Being, in contrast, cannot perish, is eternal.
These quasi-beings are created and kept alive by the energy they receive from beings (in our case, people). In the concrete case of this book, it could be said that it it is an attempt to generate the conditions so that more people will provide energy to the quasi-being called Mentalism.
Now, the thing that only a narrow circle of people know is that, after being created, this thought forms live relatively independent lives as quasi-beings, using their energy-information fields to try to generate the proper conditions so more and more people would provide them with more and more energy.
The more people send energy to it, the stronger a quasi-being will be and the bigger its energy-information field will become, resulting in a stronger effect on other beings. This explains why ideas that have been untenable for a long time are still adopted by an incredible number of people.
This does not apply only to dogmatic religious ideas, such as that the Earth is the centre of the Universe, but also dogmatic materialism. Let’s recall famous statements of scientific councils like: “Stones can’t fall from heaven, because there aren’t any there”, etc.
Even now there is a quasi-being that, with a certain dose of exaggeration, we could call the Cartesian-Newtonian Paradigm (CNP) and it is fighting for its life. It may longer have strong resources such as burning opponents as in the Middle Ages, but ridiculing and discrediting professional or scientific careers is still a strong tool against the infidels. Its fight gets more desperate the stronger it feels its end is coming.
In the early Modern Age, the Catholic Church started to lose ground and the astral being—the Catholic egregor—became weaker as its supply of energy weakened because the number of believers sending their energy every day decreased.
The establishment of the Inquisition and its activities was the logical response of this quasi-being in order to attempt to keep the energy supply, because, since times immemorial, sacrifices—human in particular—have been the most effective way to replenish energy.
It is similar today, the being-egregor CNP is weakening and a new inquisition has begun with clubs of sceptics fighting for the purity of the proper truth and especially against anything deviating from that proper truth. Thirty years ago, that was not needed; the CNP quasi-being was still at the peak of its powers.
Fortunately, they no longer have the powers the Inquisition had. God knows what would be of us who believe differently. Whenever I watch on TV the hate with which they try to smear people with different opinions, I shudder thinking how it would be if these people were in power.
As is typical, the Czech sceptic club is called Sisyphus. They chose that name because Sisyphus performs an eternal task that never ends. It is interesting that, when choosing the name, they did not pay much attention to why Sisyphus was given that endless, futile task. Like the figure of Greek mythology, they also perform a pointless and futile task as punishment for their pride and lack of humility.
Sisyphus, after all, was punished because he believed he was a god and tried to avoid death shackling Thanatos, the god of death, escaping the underworld of Hades with another trick.
The existence of quasi-beings also help us better understand the classic argument that paradigm shifts do not happen because the current generation of scientists change their minds, but because they die and are replaced by a new generation.
The awareness about these quasi-beings and the mechanisms of their origin, existence and extinction is reflected in countless myths and tales, where a negative idea is personified with a particular being (a wizard, a witch, the evil fairy, the king or queen of darkness, etc.).
The this negative being is usually defeated when people stop paying attention (giving their energy) to the negative idea, and the negative being looses power and dies or disappears. Like in many other areas, myths and tales are closer to reality than modern science.
The energy-information nature of Beings
It could be said that each form of the Being has an energy-information nature. The nourishment of a being is the energy it receives from different sources. There are beings for which the energy from the divine source is not enough and they get energy from other beings (naturally, bearing in mind that this is also a divine source, because nothing but God exists). One of them is the human, who gets his energy from food, from the dead bodies of other beings. There is no point in being offended; it is simply the nature of his evolutionary level. Once he gets to a higher level, he will no longer need the energy from food.
There are forms of the Being with lower vibrations that get their energy from people (and not only people); from strong emotions like fear, suffering or hate.
They act trying to generate the conditions to produce a lot of such energy, instigating wars, religious, racial and ideological intolerance, lust for power and money, etc. They could even be significantly more technologically developed than mankind. Technological means are a manifestation of lower beings (forms of the Being) that are approximately at the level of human consciousness.
It should be noted, though, that there are of course beings of higher vibrations that counterbalance the lower vibration beings. A part of the illusion (virtual reality), the Cosmic game, is the eternal clash of forces of light and darkness.
Beings with vibrations higher than our own are normally beyond our perception, but they can manifest in forms we are able to perceive, if they want. But they have trouble if they stay long with us because of our lower vibrations.
They travel through space and time with non-technological means (higher forms). Sometimes, they manifest like humanoids in flying saucers so we can perceive and accept them. We must be aware that this is only a thought.
Only on our level—our material Universe—are the vibrations denser and coarser, which results in a greater stability of forms and the need of more energy—a bigger energy potential for change.
There is a beautiful example to illustrate this: the difference between thought and action in our gross-material world. Nobody will question that action needs more energy than thought, even if both are creative and change reality, but with a different effect.