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Discussion in 'General Scientology Discussion' started by cockatoo, May 21, 2009.
This is true!
OK--I'll admit it, my mind is in the gutter, and I ed.
Do you have any idea how dirty this sounds to me?
lol I think that's the point!!
If you haven't read the whole thread, give it a go; I think you'll get a kick out of it -- I sure did!
Some of it — although not much — is even on topic, although Zivorad has probably decided we're all nuts and left in disgust. Shame.
This is a message board for Ex- Scientologists to freely discuss mutual experiences in Scientology. Thanks for your review but we don't give a fug about your evaluations. If you want to know more about the topics you mention try putting those words into a search engine and follow the links. Your make wrongs are about as transparent as your genuine interest.
Zivorad Slavinski is actually a well regarded spiritual seeker and technology explorer with a history of collaboration with many others in that same line. And an ex scientologist too.
His point is well made, that He finds it more to his interests to pursue moving forward. And I believe the OP was quoting something from him from off the board...
I for one would love to see him posting here. He has/had connections to many interesting people, and some very much more well developed ideas thans some others floating around.
That you are unaware of who he is is a shame. One of his connections was to Charles Berner...
of lila paradigm fame...
He was also reputed to be a Gnostic Biship in the former Yogoslavia, and a OTO priest.
Of course my esoteric spiritual interest may not line up with yours, but I am sure he could say some interesting things.
This is his website, (I know...OH NO ANOTHER CULT....)
Perhaps if you were to think of him as an eastern european "Alan".....
Paul, Zivorad did not post, it's not entirely clear at first. The post is from 'cockatoo' who is relaying an alleged message/criticism to us. If you look at the other Australian white bird's posts; 'corella', they put up a thread with a link, covered in porn that also contained the contents of a book by Zivorad. I'm having trouble finding it,it seems that corella canceled their ESMB membership. Which prevents me from providing a link.
If you are in any doubt take a look at Cocky's previous posts.
OK, thanks. I wondered but didn't devote too much time to it.
The INVISIBLE INFLUENCES: Freedom From the Effects of Bodiless Entities
and yes I have to agree with you alex. Your esoteric spiritual interests do not line up with mine.
On a serious note...
It was supposed to sound that way. Rightly or wrongly I was mocking cockatoo's op, and him/her, because given cockatoo's postings on chat and connection with corella, it's apparent that the op was put there to denigrate this board and it's members.
In regard to cockatoos the actual birds, we do get flocks of them here (mostly black), hundreds at a time, and their arrival is a sight to be seen (and heard).
One of the most amazing sights I've ever seen was a flock of Red-Tailed Black Cockatoos over an inland river in central Australia.
Imagine a few hundred huge cockatoos flying slowly overhead whistling and trumpetting as they head for a roosting spot along the river - mostly black birds with big wings and bright red "windows" on their tails.
Far cry from the squarkings of the current cockatoo in question
So did I!
One of my pleasures when visiting Australia is watching the cockatoos - particularly at sunset when they seem to appear (in hundreds), from nowhere gathering in tree tops. It is such a special thing to see.
Aye, 'tis interesting what ex $cilons discover.
I discovered Hunab Ku, the Mayan God of Gods, also known as the centre of the universe and other all encompassing words or phrases.
I was so impressed with the symbol (ooo - naughty symbols!) that I had it tattooed on my upper right arm, just google image it and you will get the picture.
I also delved into Alberto Villoldo's writings and found them quite palatable and credible. His exercises produce results. Nothing he writes is too controversial. He wants to help people and get other people to help others.
He gives techniques you can use to help the ill and dying. He makes no real grandiose promises and really leaves it up to you to use the information he provides.
He uses chakras, which seem to correspond to Laffy's 8 dynamics to some degree, only there are 9 and they are called something different in the native tongue. Interestingly enough, some philosophies and religions only mention 7 chakras.
His path is the shamanism of the Inca, which amazingly survived the Spanish Conquest. If you substitute his terminology with other similar terminologies he talks the fundamental truths of most real religions. Including some fake ones too.
I'm not pushing his work as any particular path. For myself I have merged aspects of his stuff with tasty bits of Celtic and Druid wisdom and from a spiritual standpoint feel quite happy in who I am, who I was and whomsoever I may be in the future.
Life is so good as an ex $cientologist. I am finally freed after 22 years.
Much Love to All
Živorad Mihajlović Slavinski is a gnostic bishop. What is the australian fascination with birds? And why cant they post on topic?