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Tuesday, 12 June 2007
Star Trek Voyager: Deathwish And New Age Religious Thought

This was the first look at the inside of "The Q Continuum" in the Star Trek universe. For one "Q", having godlike powers and immortality isn't all that it's cracked up to be. He wants to die.

Janeway visits the "Continuum" and weighs the pros and cons about eternal life in an advanced civilization. In the end, she rules for the rights of the individual over the group. "No one should have immortality forced on themselves if they don't want it."

I see a parallel between this episode and the original "Brotherhood Of Christ." The "sons of God" misused their powers and probably became bored with immortality. The divine solution for these sins and idle behavior was to incarnate these prodigals into the human race where they would lose their powers and forget who they were. They would die as spiritual beings.

As the Apostle Paul stated in the New Testament, "As in Adam, all die, so in Christ, all will be made alive." With the help of Christ, our memories will be returned to us of the present life and any earlier life. Like prodigal sons and daughters, we will return home.

Star Trek Voyager:Episode 30:Deathwish

A Review Of Deathwish


Posted by qualteam at 9:47 PM EDT
Updated: Tuesday, 19 June 2007 10:23 PM EDT
Monday, 11 June 2007
Making Some Extra Dollars And Helping Others Too

On the radio today, I heard, "If the minimum wage rose as much as the average CEO salary over the last few years, it would be valued at $22.00 an hour". That isn't going to happen soon.

Money always has a way of attracting more money. A CEO can invest in equities when the stock market is going up and hedge funds when it's falling.

The very rich engage in "mergermania" by using their company's profits to buy other companies. You might think of this as a "hobby" for billionaires.

The average Joe has to work overtime or at another job to supplement his income. Some of his investments would be in mutual funds, but not too much, because he could lose much of his savings on a market downturn. It would be nice to invest $100,000 in a hedge fund, but most of us are paying off mortgages and other debts with hard earn dollars.

If one had the time, one could learn how to play blackjack and poker successfully.

It would be nice to make money off of hobbies like painting, woodworking, and writing, but those activities are labors of love first and anything else second.

If I had a windfall from a lottery and/or a book/screenplay sell, I would pay off our mortgage and some personal debts. I'd also do some renovations plus buy some decent speakers for my home theatre system and get a large high definition TV. After that, Irene and I would take a Newfoundland vacation. The price tag for all of this would be less than $90,000.

There are many children, Canadians and artists worse off than ourselves. After helping needy members in our families, we'd assist underdogs elsewhere.

What Is A Hedge Fund?

The Wonderful World Of Blogging

Canadian Mutual Funds

Practicing Blackjack

Money, Money, Money

Posted by qualteam at 12:15 PM EDT
Updated: Monday, 11 June 2007 12:24 PM EDT
Saturday, 9 June 2007
Come With Me To Youthful Energy-Land With "Squeeze Box"
Mood:  lyrical

Squeeze Box by The Who releases a lot of youthful energy within me. I don't know why this is. It's just a very nutty funloving song that I love dancing too.

The Who have released their share of meaningful, power rock songs like "My Generation" and "Won't Be Fooled Again". However, something like "Squeeze Box" appeals to my teenage sensibilities of glorified nonsense.

"It's like riding a big greaseball wave in my underwear."

Posted by qualteam at 11:45 PM EDT
Updated: Saturday, 9 June 2007 11:53 PM EDT
Friday, 8 June 2007
Another Christianity 101

When one is involved in a spiritual journey, it seems to be human nature to go the "easiest route", the one with "the greatest comforts". I suppose that in the fifth century too much mythology and gospels had clouded the life of Christ. It was too much for Christian leaders to deal with and besides they wanted certified status as a bonafide religious group from the government of the day, Rome.

This all leads to the simplification of Christianity under the "Nicene Creed". This would put "The Gnostics" out of commission with their heresies and other gospels. Christianity would become a " Divine Club-Med Travel Agency".  Believe in the right dogma and go through the right rituals and, bingo, you have an "express ticket to Heaven".
It was a black day for Christianity: The socially responsible brotherhood became an oppressive human organizational hierarchy.
When I was a teenager, I knew that Christianity hadn't developed much over 1500 years, but I knew The Brotherhood of Christ had developed over the last 1900 years. "A New World" had been established outside of normal time and space by Jesus. In some ways, I'm still mystically connected to that new world/universe.
This mystical connection written about by the Apostle John in his gospel is really true. "I am the Vine. You are the branches". Also with Paul, "We have the Mind Of Christ". "As in Adam all die. So in Christ shall all be made alive." "Behold, I make all things new."
The early Church had to deal directly with the death and resurrection of Christ same as we have to deal with it today. It was an overwhelming experience for a human being. What does it mean to me? How are things in the unverse changed from it? Where do I come from and where am I going to?, etc.
For a long time I wandered through different religions, new age and old seeking answers. It appeared that a great deal of mind control had been used against humans in the past. In the 20th and 21st century, there were discussions about alien contacts and abductions, Area 51, The Illuminati, secret societies, etc.
The bottom line is that Jesus and The Early Church were not responsible for the above suppressions.
My blog contains many of my visions of The Kingdom of God over the last 1900 years.
I don't consider Christianity to be "a canned subject" like those at the Council of Nicaea.

Posted by qualteam at 11:03 AM EDT
Updated: Friday, 8 June 2007 11:30 AM EDT
Thursday, 7 June 2007
Happy Birthday, Davy
Mood:  celebratory

That's happy birthday to me not Davy Crockett, although I loved wearing raccoon hats and I loved Davy.

Do you remember who played, Davy Crockett back in the 50s on the Disney TV show? It was Fess Parker and his sidekick was Beverly Hillbilly, Buddy Ebsen, right?

Well I'm still working working for a living and I still have a mortgage on my house.

We giving the place a new interior paint job which hasn't been done in 20 years. This could take two weeks or more to do.

I still have my health and I still write/blog, at least, once a day. That's cause for celebration.

In a year and a half, I'm going to get a full pension from the Canadian Post Office. That's a lot more than most people have in Canada.

Sure I beef about the expense of renovating this old house, but my late mother, Doreen Barron, bless her soul, helped us out very much.

Like Davy Crockett, I have to keep fighting for what I believe in and keep moving on to new frontiers and greener pastures. 

The Ballard Of Davy Crockett

The Desiderata Poem

Posted by qualteam at 5:02 PM EDT
Updated: Thursday, 7 June 2007 5:18 PM EDT
Wednesday, 6 June 2007
Comment And Answer From My June/04/07 Blog Entry

During the recent Canadian postal contract dispute, I received many critical comments on my support of "The Tentative Agreement" which became the new CUPW/CPC four year contract.

It was refreshing to receive a positive comment on a post called "Haven't We Met On Another Planet Before"? I have to publish my reply as a blog entry because I can't reply to any comment in "The Tripod Blog Comment Box". 

Here's the original comment from Mark:

Hi - I'm also ordained in this mostly non-physical order, and talk with the Chief on a regular basis.  He asks for it to be spelled more like the original pronunciation Melekzedek (Milik Tasddiq would be closest, but too hard to type all the time.)   The mind-meld thing is interesting, isn't it!  I've been doing that for around 2 years now, and it's really, like, "that's how we should have always have been thinking!"  It's oddly familiar when it happens, and I can't wait till it's a 24/7 state for me.  My communications with M, as well as others, happens mostly as psychograhic typing, and the lessons I receive this way are phenomenal.  His healing energies, including frequencies, colors, and just plain thought-forming, are tremendous.  I've been doing healing work local and long-distance with Melekzedek for around 5 years, and it blows my mind the strength of his energies, and the way th! at all those in this organization assist so generiously in our development and in helping us heal, at all levels/layers.  Hope to link with you sometime!"


Here's my reply:

Hi Mark,

"This is like writing to an apostle.
It's great that you've connected with this brotherhood. I like to refer to it as a spiritual brotherhood rather than a priesthood order.
You've definitely developed your abilities far more than me. Healing at a distance, very good.
I've been in Christianity since it started. I should be more spiritually advanced than I am now. I suffer from something called "Demonic Personality Disorder". Don't ask me to explain it. Most of the time it's controlled.
There are some things I can talk about relating to "heavenly realities" and there are other things that are confidential that I can't talk about.
Are you familiar with the eternal worlds of Christ like "Christmas World," "Graceworld" and the various "Earth Continuums" through the centuries? Basically, these are big comfort zones for believers (i.e. "The Children Of The Kingdom")
I get emotional when I start to talk about this stuff. It was a big loss reincarnating on Earth. I screwed up good. I got a second chance. It's confidential. I can't talk about that problem.
I'm not a big promoter of "heavenly comfort zones". I believe in spiritual empowerment leading to improved spiritual stewardship in various areas of the human condition.
There are big challenges on Earth: pollution, terrorism, poverty, government secrecy, etc. If anyone thinks of himself as a heavy hitter in the spiritual world, he should apply his powers and his energies to problems on Earth.
The crusade is on. There's no retreat and no surrender until it's over....over there on the dirt ball called Earth."

The History Of Melchizedek

The Gnostic Society Library

The Dominion Of Melchizedek

Posted by qualteam at 12:56 PM EDT
Updated: Wednesday, 6 June 2007 1:27 PM EDT
Tuesday, 5 June 2007
Christianity And The Memory Recovery Project

It's interesting that "past-life mythology" is big boxoffice in Hollywood these days. The mythologies of "Star Trek", "Star Wars," "Harry Potter", and "Pirates Of The Caribbean" have a big and loyal following.

The above could be considered as "trace memory material" that "The Brotherhood Of Christ" has to sift through in order to get the whole truth.
The Brotherhood's speciality is extracting memories "life prints"(electrical auras around bodies or objects touched by living beings) This is highly advanced techology not known on Earth. However, psychics use some of these techniques, primitively.
Gene Roddenberry almost had it right in his vision of "The Q Continuum." Unfortunately, one doesn't remain super very long if one doesn't have a positive purpose or an ability to help lower beings.
What's your insight into higher beings and past lives? Contact me at

History Of Q On Star Trek

Evil Games That End Up In Darkness

Posted by qualteam at 2:25 PM EDT
Updated: Tuesday, 5 June 2007 2:32 PM EDT
Monday, 4 June 2007
Haven't We Met On Some Other Planet Before?

Over the last few days, I've been checking out "New Age Websites" pertaining to alien organizations. Interesting stuff, but it takes awhile to get through it.  It's easier if you have "deja vu" on the material because it's like going home.

I sent a message below to someone in charge of "The Galactic Federation Website". I received an answer and replied to it which I'll put in another blog entry.

Here's my message:

"I believe that I'm part of a developmental program from "The Order Of Melchizedek". This program was started by our founder, Jesus Christ. It has been running for about 1900 years. Fundamentally, this is a spiritual empowerment project. Our goal is to continue "The New Universe" plan of Jesus. We can "mind-meld" with each other and channel white energy to problem solvers on Earth. The Galactic Federation has been around for millions of years but we are not directly connected to it, because most of our organization exists outside of physical universe time and space. Hope to hear from you soon".

The Galactic Federation

The Illuminati And The Galactic Federation

Circle Of Lights

Alien Bases On Earth



Posted by qualteam at 11:02 AM EDT
Saturday, 2 June 2007
It's Only One Dead Indian, So Who Cares?

Any government or police official could have uttered that remark when unarmed Dudley George was killed in 1995 in Ipperwash Park. For years, the provincial Conservative Government blocked any inquiry until the provincial Liberals got elected in 2003 on a campaign promise to hold an inquiry which they did.

I remember the name of the protester (Dudley George) who was murdered that day, but I don't remember the killer's name, the OPP officer who did it. Later on, he was killed in a car accident a month before he was due to go on trial.

The most memorable thing about this incident was former Mike Harris telling his lackies "To get those Indians out of the park". Under testimony, Harris couldn't remember what he said and since he didn't order any physical force, there's no apology from him. However, there was an apology from today's premier, Dalton McGinty.

Land disputes, of course, continue throughout Canada, but thanks to this incident, Government and police officials will be handling native protests hopefully in a more civilized fashion.

The CBC TV Movie, "One Dead Indian"

Background On The Incident At Ipperwash Park

Results Of The Ipperwash Inquiry

The Sacred Native-American Burial Grounds In Arizona

Posted by qualteam at 2:38 PM EDT
Updated: Saturday, 2 June 2007 4:34 PM EDT
Thursday, 31 May 2007
Murder In Toronto: It Wasn't Just A Black Killing Another Black

I saw part of Jordan Manners (age 15) funeral today on TV. I was moved to tears when parishioners started to sing "Amazing Grace." Here was a good boy who was a good student and a good son. Sure he lived in the high risk area of Jane and Finch, but that doesn't lessen the hurt of his murder. 

Surprisingly, I remembered the death of another 15-year old on boxing day in 2005. Her name was Jane Creba. Victims have faces, names and lives.

"Well, Jane, you have a friend now to help you end this senseless gun violence in Toronto". It's tough having your life terminated at such a young age, but we need spiritual defenders to protect other young people in Ontario, Canada and the world".

The best words I can find now aren't my own but 16th century poet John Donne:

"No man is an island, entire of itself. Every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main. If a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less, as well as if a promontory were, as well as if a manor of thy friends or of thine own were. Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind. Therefore, never send to know for whom the bell tolls....for it tolls for thee".

Jordan Manners Funeral

Jane Creba's Story

Posted by qualteam at 1:37 PM EDT
Updated: Thursday, 31 May 2007 1:48 PM EDT

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