That's how I feel about it. It's one thing to have things pop in and out of reality, and you can never be sure, always room to second-guess your perceptions. But when something absolutely certain happens, and not only that, but it STAYS there, you can look at it, hold it, and KNOW that, according to your lifetime of thought conditioning, it is impossible, even though it is so ordinary a thing as a cap, it's just mind-boggling.This two caps incident has been one of the greatest bombs I've ever seen in the sessions. Shit's getting real, which is awesome.
As you say: Sh*t's getting real. And I have the feeling it is going to get a lot more "real" in some very strange ways rather soon.
Reminds me of the session about th 4 corners area of New Mexico going into 4D and how weird that might be. Well, all the things they mentioned in that session seem to be trigger words for exactly what is going on in our reality today from 'gender fluidity' to the dominating role of Moscow and CIA agents getting the shivers. That session just blows my mind in retrospect.I bought a multitool a bit over a month ago, and only a week or two later I 'lost' it. I don't think I ever took it out of my flat, so it should still be here somewhere, but I've been looking for it for a few weeks to no avail. Now, it would be presumptuous to think it just vanished, but after reading this session, it really makes one wonder. Can things just suddenly disappear for good? From what the Cs have been saying, it seems to be perfectly possible. Also, some months ago, I found a strange lump of what looks like some rubbery insulating material the size of a fist in the middle of my bathroom's floor that wasn't there the night before, and I could never figure out how it could have gotten there or even what the hell it really is. I live alone, and no one could have possibly entered. I see others have similar stories, so maybe we should start getting used to this kind of thing. If it starts happening on a larger scale, it's gonna be fun. The PTB will have a lot of distracting to do.
Well, via FOTCM, we try to help people to get together for IRL meetings, to get to know each other better in a safe environment. Then, communicating via the forum takes on a different perspective when you know people personally.Another thing is that I always had this sense that people here have their own communities, especially since much revolves around the lively Laura household, and I often wondered whether I'm the only one who doesn't have any friends because I don't know any people irl who know anything about this kind of stuff. The 'same wavelength', as some have said. Reading the comments under this session, though, I see that there are probably quite a few others like that. Some seem to have a fairly 'normal' social life, except with this wall of knowledge separating them from the others; some, like me, simply spend most of their time alone because associating with 'normals' just feels pointless. All there is is lessons, so it's all good, but I just wanted to say cheers to all these people. Keep fighting! You're not alone. We'll all make it through this transition, even if we have to do it more or less on our own, and then we'll do something fun on the other side.
We sure hope to see more people joining FOTCM and scheduling stays either here or at the NC facility, or both!!! We would like to meet everyone!!!
LOL! Yes, it's funny. We may stop to get a read-back and discuss what's been said, and when we do, we generally have our fingers on the plastic pointer thingy, and it will just start wiggling and take off on its own to be part of the conversation!Thank you, Artemis, for always looking out for this! You're a crucial part of the Cassiopaean communications system.