Monday, September 27, 2010
Nigel Kerner & Soul-Harvesting:
This just in from Danielle Silverman, who worked closely with Nigel Kerner's on his books The Song of the Greys and Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls - two titles that delve into some of the issues covered in my Final Events publication. Indeed, Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls covers very similar ground to Final Events, albeit not from a specifically occult/religious perspective.
Here's what Danielle has to say:
"I have just finished reading Final Events which I found to be a very thoroughly researched and well written book.
"I notice that you distance yourself from the opinions of the Collins Elite and make it clear that you are simply reporting their story rather than endorsing their position. I think that is very wise of you. I have to say I find their whole set up smacks of fundamentalist Christianity and end times fanatics.
"Are these alien visitors a demonic deception created by occultists piercing a hole into the demonic world or are they the actual tangible result of a technology superior to ours? Are they Golems created by esoteric means or are they technologically created entities? I have to say the most probable for me is the technological scenario. As far as I can see even our own technology is not far from creating the kinds of artificial intelligence and bio-technology necessary to make something like the Greys.
"You may like to take a look at an article Nigel Kerner wrote in New Dawn magazine about this entitled: Visions of the Future – Sim Card Man.
"His view is that the dangers lie in the creation of artificial intelligence not in dabbling in the occult. As I’m sure you would have seen yourself the whole thing could so easily be the reverse of what the Collins Elite claim, i.e. the demons, goblins etc of the past could have been the Greys of today but reported as metaphysical creations because those who witnessed them had no references against which to describe the technological features of that which they saw. In other words our current technology would be seen as magic by the people of the past.
"If you recall, Nigel Kerner’s first book The Song Of The Greys posed the very interesting idea that we had something far more precious about us as natural living beings that would interest a super intelligent alien cartel just a little more than our ability to mine for precious metals (I refer of course to Sitchin’s astonishingly popular idea.)
"Nigel went on to delineate a fascinating concept, explaining that a ‘soul’ might be a derivational information field that comes out of a natural cadence that came into the Universe with the big bang. This field holds the power to maintain information in what he called a morphogenetic electro-spatial field with an eternal scope of existence in whatever form circumstance allows. The soul is thus an ancestrally contiguous and coherent mechanism for holding information. Nigel argued that if the Greys are an artificially created and manufactured roboidal form then they would find our facility for ‘soul’ an analogue of their own creators. This would be an analogue that they would want to try to combine with their own natures themselves. The ‘Greys’ he argued were synthetic biological programmed artificially intelligent machine entities sent out as super intelligent robots far more advanced than those we now ourselves send out to explore the Universe. They are however subject to wear and tear as indeed are all atomically derived entities through the second law of thermodynamics which drives them into greater and greater states of decay with time. A non-atomic property however, such as ‘soul’, is immune to the second law. Thus this property was their ultimate goal, their ‘holy grail’ so to speak. It was a property that they could never know or understand in its own terms as purely atomic artificial creations. Their only perception of it was the effect it has on atoms, the difference in other words between a naturally living entity and their artificial state.
"Ironically what these artificially intelligent entities are seeking is eternal survivability. The Greys and any physical life that they might reconstitute from the DNA codes they carry on behalf of their creators, cannot access the state beyond death. They have no ‘soul’ they cannot be born. They are trying to use us as a bridge into ‘soul’ writing their programmes into us through genetic engineering and implantation so that through us they can tap into an eternal existence. Paradoxically they are trying to achieve the impossible but as purely physical creations without a ‘soul’ they cannot know this.
"It is Nigel’s suggestion that the fastest highways to travel through the universe lie in what he calls the ‘fields of death’ which he identifies as the zero-point field in the space between atoms. Thus when we die we can reincarnate at other planetary locations. The vast distances involved in physical space travel and the speed of light beating technology that this involves with enormous G-forces are only survival by artificial roboidal bodies fortified by mercury and other heavy metals. Thus the Greys are also searching out our ability to transcend and conquer the limits of space and time when we die.
"I hope this is not too long winded Nick but after reading your book and the fascinating research you have done the alternative to fundamentalist Christianity was blazing in my mind and I wanted to share it with you. As you know Nigel does not feel that any religion corners the market on the truth and points to the wisdom of all the great religious teachers. He does however identify the Shroud of Turin and the processes involved in forming this unique and remarkable image as evidence of the power of soul that the Greys are seeking out in its ultimate form. Thus he suggests it was they who met Jesus in the desert and took him up to see ‘all the cities of the world’ – a viewpoint only possible from a space-ship!
"Nigel sends you his regards and wishes you all the best with Final Events. You present very interesting evidence on the alien pre-occupation with soul and he intends to recommend your book during a series of radio interviews that he will be giving over the next few weeks.
"Best wishes, Danielle."