Glossary

Agnosticism

A person that believes the unknowable nature of a God. It is rather moderate skepticism to the ultimate existence of Gods or Deities.

Alex-Jason

The Synarchy of two unique individuals working together as One. The main host and creators of Higher Density Living.

Alien

Any sentient being unknown or foreign to Earth.

Anarchy

Is the opposite of Hierarchy or the absence of any central authority.

Artemis Moon Base

The first proposed Artemis Moon Base concept were in response to the Strategic rivalry of America and the Soviet Union. The objective was to reach an overwhelming “strategic” overmatch against the Soviets to establish outer space deterrence preventing mass launching of Soviet ICBMs. The new (2027) proposed project is currently under NASA’s agenda to venture back into the Moon.

Assumptions

Are set of biases and beliefs usually imposed by particular stream of logical interpretation of observable phenoma.

Atheism

Is the basic negation to any religious belief of any God or Deity exist.

Belief

These are sets of assumptions, dogmas, and unverified laws in organized patterns. Usually connotative to Religion.

Cage Free Will

The concept of limited freedom granted by societal constraints and instiutionalize dogma.

Carl Jung

He was a famous Swiss psychiatrist well regarded as the founder of Analytical Philosophy.

Chronos

Is the Greek name for the physical passage of time. The vaccum of time in space as it passes.

Coercion

The use of Free Will to take advantage over someone or something as means to an end.

Consciousness

The individual capacity to operate, act, and command Free Will through cognition.

Creation

The Oneness of All. Everyone and Everything is tied towards the common origin of life, death, and ultimate destiny to unity.

Death

The secession of biological life.

Dogma

A principle or set of principles set down by an authority as inconvertibly true.

Ego

Is the primitive consciousness of man. It sits between the conscious and unconscious space where it is usually responsible for projecting personal identity.

Emotions

Can be easily describe as the subjective state of the Mind. It has no permanent residence to the Mind itself but has recurring patterns often time summon through internal or external stimuli.

Equilibrium

Describe or refers to the state of perfect balance between two polarities.

Evolution

The inevitable destiny of every organism. It is the constant growth towards higher state of beingness and progressive development of the mind, body, and spirit.

Free Will

The inherent power of every sentient being to choose how they exist in the Universe.

French Enlightment

The period of human history following end French Revolution. It brought significat development in Political Philosphy, Liberal Philosophies, and birth of Progressive Left-
Wing ideologies.

Form

Is the physical or material appearance of an object. It can also manifest to the immaterial realm based on its internal arrangement and shape.

Full Responsibility

The rational idea of Freewill where the being has full control, command and power to commit the moral,ethical, and Creational obligation of every action he/she has done,
regardless of polarity, to be held accountable at all cost.

God

Is any supranatural force that invokes supreme power and omnipotence above Creation. It is usually a social construct of different religions.

Guru

A spiritual leader aims to capitalize his/her knowledge, usually for profitable motives than enlightenment, and oftem times claim self-proclaimed titles.

Hierarchy

The Structure of Authority based on Coercion, Unequalized Power, and Material Forces manifesting in the Material Reality.

Hollow Earth Theory

Pertains to a special group of studies that proposes an challenge of alternative geographical premise for the scientific community. Though often panned by its mythological findings and un-scientific hypothesis of conceptualizing inner-earth as sprawling domain of unknown civilizations and cities.

Ideology

Is a set of beliefs attributed to a individual (individualism) or group of people. It is a
rational system of ideas possessing distinct characteristics.

Kairos

The Greek pathos of living life through moments, not time, as way towards achieving a ‘Good Life’.

Law of Cause and Effect/Causality

One of the cardinal virtues in Law of One. It is the universal process of every cause having corresponding effects, be it direct or indirect, as its consequence of action.

Light

in Creational terms refers to the thoughtful enlightenment of acquiring higher self-
awareness and knowledge closer to the truth exibiting positive/or negative creational energy.

Meat Suit

A colloquial term by Jason Rigby and Alexander McCaig to describe the physical human body.

Mind, Body, and Spirit

The trifecta of Creation in Man himself.

Negativity

These are described as energies, forces, or entities that attribute specific properities in contrast to Positivity.

Nihilism

The belief (ironic) or philosophy that nothing in existence matters of any value. Life is
meaningless.

Objectivism

The infamous philosophical system by Ayn Rand. Objectivist argue that reality exist independently outsisde the consciousness. It is a moral realist rendering of a Objectivist ontology and a Rationalist epistemology. The Individual and Self Interest being core tenets project power and “existential” autonomy from society.

Orion Group

Referred from the Ra Material to the inter-solar groups of extraterrestrials with Negative Oriented Energies that influence Earth and Other Civilizations.

Peace

is the absence of conflicts and violence. It can vary in temporal and spatial context according to differentiating circumstances from the Individual or to a Community.

Polarities

The state of having two or more configurations of relative energies, forces, and/or entities in contradiction to each other.

Politics

The human activity to achieve something or someone through authority and command of Freewill, either by Coercion or Influence, as means to an end.

Positivism

According to the Philosophy of Science as the grand ontology of emulating scientific thought outside of the natural sciences; such as Economics and Social Sciences.

Positivity

These are described as energies, forces, or entities that attribute specific properities in contrast to Negativity.

Quantitative

Refers to anything measurable by quantity. The adherance to relative quantity
rather than unique quality.

Ratio

The Application of Balance in Morality, Rationality, and Identity.

Service to Others

The ultimate expression to give love into others. A commitment to learning and teaching while serving the purpose of Creation

Shambhala

The Hindu spiritual kingdom depicted in Indian Mythology. The sanctum of Gods,Goddess, and different hindu deities.

Social Memory Complex

A collection of minds working together as an singular unit.

Subjectivism

A doctrine that unique mental activity is only investigative to empirical inquiry.

Synarchy

A political and occult philosophy of “Harmonious” or “ Joint” rule.

The Bible

Is the holy tome of Christian Religion. It is divided by two books; the Old Testament and the New Testament.

The Devil

The religious and social construction of a mythological and divine being of all things wicked and evil. Devil is sometimes considered as the negative polarity of a “God” where all the desirable qualities ‘inherent’ to it the Devil posses all the opposite.

The Ra Material

A series of book published in 1981 by Carla Rueckert, Don Elkins, and James Allen McCarty. It entails canonical scriptures of the “Law of One” as narrated by the disembodied voice of RA.

The Undiscovered Self

is a seminal work of Carl Jung in his Analytical Psychology of anindividual. It was originally published in 1958.

Unconsciousness

According to Freudian psychoanalytic paradigm, is the part of the mind inactive or the source of dreams and automatic thoughts. Slips of random words and jokes when drunk are good instances to illustrate unconsciousness.

Unidentified Flying Object

More commonly known as UFOs are unclassified objects hovering at space, atmosphere, or within Earth’s outer-space.

Unipolarity

The extreme dominance or “Hegemony” of one entity against everything.

Unity Boundary

The threshold between the binaries of Space/Time and Time/Space continuum.

Upper Limit Dilmma

A concept by American Psychologist Gay Hendricks to explain the maximum tolerance and capacity of human emotion . It is usually precipitated by hidden barriers unseen to human eye.

Utopia

The state of perfect harmony. An ideal society where there is minimal flaw and great
reduction towards violence, suffering, sadness, and negative conditions.