Thomas Merton Channeled by Karl Mollison 21March2021

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Thomas Merton Channeled by Karl Mollison 21March2021

From https://www.britannica.com/biography/Thomas-Merton

Thomas Merton, original name of Father M. Louis, January 31, 1915, Prades, France—died December 10, 1968, Bangkok, Thailand, Roman Catholic monk, poet, and prolific writer on spiritual and social themes, one of the most important American Roman Catholic writers of the 20th century.

Merton was the son of a New Zealand-born father, Owen Merton, and an American-born mother, Ruth Jenkins, who were both artists living in France. He was baptized in the Church of England but otherwise received little religious education.

The family moved to the United States during World War I, and his mother died of stomach cancer a few years later, in 1921, when Merton was six years old. He lived variously with his father and his grandparents before he was finally settled with his father in France in 1926 and then in England in 1928.

As a youth, he largely attended boarding schools in England and France. After a year at the University of Cambridge, he entered Columbia University, New York City, where he earned B.A. (1938) and M.A. (1939) degrees. Following years of agnosticism, he converted to Catholicism during his time at Columbia and began exploring the idea of entering religious life.

After teaching English at Columbia (1938–39) and at St. Bonaventure University (1939–41) near Olean, New York, he entered the Trappist Abbey of Gethsemani near Louisville, Kentucky. The Trappists are considered one of the most ascetic of the Roman Catholic monastic orders, and there Merton grew as a mystic and pursued imaginative spiritual quests through dozens of writings.

He was ordained a priest in 1949.Merton’s first published works were collections of poems—Thirty Poems (1944), A Man in the Divided Sea (1946), and Figures for an Apocalypse (1948). With the publication of the autobiographical Seven Storey Mountain (1948), he gained an international reputation.

His early works are strictly spiritual, but his writings of the early 1960s tend toward social criticism and touch on civil rights, nonviolence and pacifism, and the nuclear arms race. Many of his later works reveal a profound understanding of Eastern philosophy and mysticism unusual in a Westerner. Toward the end of his life he became deeply interested in Asian religions, particularly Buddhism, and in promoting interfaith dialogue.

During a trip to Asia in 1968, he met several times with the Dalai Lama, who praised him as having more insight into Buddhism than any other Christian he had known.

It was during this trip that Merton was fatally electrocuted by a faulty wire at an international monastic convention in Thailand.

[A book by Hugh Turley & David Martin makes a convincing case that Thomas Merton was murdered.]

Merton’s only novel, My Argument with the Gestapo, written in 1941, was published posthumously in 1969.

His other writings included The Waters of Siloe (1949), a history of the Trappists; Seeds of Contemplation (1949); and The Living Bread (1956), a meditation on the Eucharist.

Further posthumous publications included the essay collection Contemplation in a World of Action (1971); The Asian Journal of Thomas Merton (1973); seven volumes of his private journals; and several volumes of his correspondence.

Thomas Merton’s life followed a path to enlightenment and his writings invited others to contemplate their own progress.

Jim Morrison Channeled by Karl Mollison 17Jan2021

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Jim Morrison Channeled by Karl Mollison 17Jan2021

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Morrison

Jim Morrison December 8, 1943 – July 3, 1971 was an American singer, songwriter and poet, who served as the lead vocalist of the rock band The Doors.

Due to his wild personality, poetic lyrics, his widely recognized voice, unpredictable and erratic performances, and the dramatic circumstances surrounding his life and early death, Morrison is regarded by music critics and fans as one of the most iconic and influential frontmen in rock history.

Since his death, his fame has endured as one of popular culture’s most rebellious and oft-displayed icons, representing the generation gap and youth counterculture.

Together with Ray Manzarek, Morrison co-founded the Doors during the summer of 1965 in Venice, California. The band spent two years in obscurity until shooting to prominence with their number-one single in the United States, “Light My Fire”, taken from their self-titled debut album.

Morrison wrote or co-wrote many of the Doors’ songs, including “Light My Fire”, “Break On Through (To the Other Side)”, “The End”, “Moonlight Drive”, “Wild Child”, “The Soft Parade”, “People Are Strange”, “Hello, I Love You”, “Roadhouse Blues”, “L.A. Woman”, and “Riders on the Storm”. He recorded a total of six studio albums with the Doors, all of which sold well and received critical acclaim. Morrison was well known for improvising spoken word poetry passages while the band played live. Manzarek said Morrison “embodied hippie counterculture rebellion”.

Morrison developed an alcohol dependency during the 1960s, which at times affected his performances on stage.

He died unexpectedly at the age of 27 in Paris, among conflicting witness and alleged witness reports.

As no autopsy was performed, the cause of Morrison’s death remains disputed. Though the Doors recorded two more albums after Morrison died, his death severely affected the band’s fortunes, and they split up in 1973. In 1993, Morrison was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the Doors.

In 2008, he was ranked 47th in Rolling Stone magazine’s list “The 100 Greatest Singers of All Time”. & from https://pleasekillme.com/cia-rock-roll/

Were you aware that Jim Morrison, Frank Zappa, “Papa John” Phillips, and David Crosby were all children of high-ranking members of the American military? Or that the Los Angeles neighborhood of Laurel Canyon, one-time home to all of the above, was also the location of the Air Force’s 1352nd Photographic Group? These factoids might not mean much to you, but according to the late conspiracy researcher David McGowan, they indicated a military psyop (psychological operation) of mind-blowing proportions.

McGowan, who died in 2015, laid out the theory on podcasts, through his website Center for an Informed America (CIA, get it?) and later, in his book Weird Scenes Inside The Canyon: Laurel Canyon, Covert Ops, and the Dark Heart of the Hippie Dream.

Did extraterrestrial mind control play a role in Jim Morrison’s self-destruction and early death?

Roger Joseph Boscovich Channeled by Karl Mollison 26July2020

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Roger Joseph Boscovich Channeled by Karl Mollison 26 July 2020

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_Joseph_Boscovich

Roger Joseph Boscovich 18 May 1711 – 13 February 1787 Serbo-Croatian & in Latin: Rodericus losephus Boscovicus was a physicist, astronomer, mathematician, philosopher, diplomat, poet, theologian, Jesuit priest, and a polymath from the Republic of Ragusa.

He studied and lived in Italy and France where he also published many of his works.

Boscovich produced a precursor of atomic theory and made many contributions to astronomy, including the first geometric procedure for determining the equator of a rotating planet from three observations of a surface feature and for computing the orbit of a planet from three observations of its position. In 1753 he also discovered the absence of atmosphere on the Moon.

Speculations about his work preceding and paving the way for the work of Einstein, Tesla and other notable physicists persist to this day.

See http://www.einsteinconspiracy.co.uk/

Nassim Haramein gives unified field theory of point particle theory, but he does not seem aware that Boscovich gave a unified field theory of point-particles, then starts to get on to far-out subjects like sacred geometry and crop circles. His explanation is quite good on the theory. Many people often refuse to accept that point-particles are physical and deem them unphysical, but Nassim explains how from being unphysical they can become physical.

Some researchers have claimed that a book that Nikola Tesla is reading in a famous photo is a book written by Boscovich but the time of the photograph is much earlier than the book’s translation from Latin into English.

Boscovich was passed over in many respects in favor of Einstein’s work and now as a Light Being he tells us what is missing from ALL the unified field theories and the great misunderstanding of science.

Did this pioneer of scientific thought actually channel information that was gifted to him? Is that how humanity truly advances?

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