The Metaphor as Truth

The eminent scholar, Jordan Maxwell, has postulated an astounding world view that skews and sweeps away the existing paradigm. Namely, that all religions and belief systems are just metaphors,i.e. stories, which cloak the truth.

The belief systems of the Hindus, the Egyptians, the Hebrews, the Christians all point to a deity born of a virgin birth, of a god in three personas but being an indivisible whole. Mr. Maxwell avers that, all things considered, these stories are a metaphor for the stars, constellations and planets, i.e. the Zodiac.


The Bible, being an amalgam of Sumerian, Hebrew and Egyptian stories, is nothing but the story of the sun as it travels through different constellations from the northern hemisphere to the southern hemisphere. And since the Bible is just a metaphor, everything in it, including Jesus Christ, is just that: a metaphor.

The Bible, as per Maxwell, is the metaphor of the clash between light and darkness, and Jesus Christ is but a symbol for enlightenment.

1. There is a Divine Matrix that exists in the Universe.
2. The Bible is just a story, The Greatest Story Ever Told.
3. The Bible Story is a Metaphor for the Constellations of the Zodiac and the battle between light and darkness.
4. The center of the story is the Sun, as it travels from the Northern Hemisphere to the Southern Hemisphere and back again to the Northern Hemisphere.
5. The Sun is the greatest gift, the giver of life, the symbol of deity. The first day of summer is when the sun is in the constellation Leo, the Lion King. As the sun travels halfway towards south (three months), it becomes the First Day of Fall. Winter is when the sun becomes “dead” at winter solstice. December 25 is when the sun starts to head back (“rebirth”) to the Northern Hemisphere. Along the way, at the halfway point is Spring and it passes the equator, hence the Passover and Easter.
6. Jesus Christ is a metaphor for the Sun . Sunrise is God the Father, Noon Sun is God the Son, Setting Sun is God the Holy Ghost. Judas is a metaphor for when the sun is in Scorpio (first week of Fall), whose lips kiss (“bite”), hence the “kiss of Judas.”
7. The 12 constellations of the Zodiac represents the “many mansions” that Jesus was referring to.
8. The Last Supper is when the current Zodiac Sign (Pisces) is replaced by a new one (Aquarius).

Indeed, the truth is stranger than fiction.

Why President Aquino is right to push back against the Supreme Court

The Society of Honor: the Philippines

address to nation re DAP July 14, introducing the subject of judicial overreach

Context is everything. When we want to judge something accurately, we need to get the context right or we are likely to end up with the wrong judgment. I think that is broadly what has happened regarding President Aquino’s “push-back” against the Supreme Court on the Court’s DAP ruling. And his comments about a second term.

A whole lot of people are getting the context wrong.

DAP means “Disbursement Acceleration Program”, which in turn means jump starting the economy by redirecting unused or poorly used funds to good uses. It does not mean accelerating money into legislator pockets. That abused practice is called PDAF.

People are reading the context of the President’s push-back as political. The most extreme views hold that Mr. Aquino is trying to consolidate power as a dictator. He wants to spend money with impunity, knock the Supreme court back…

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Notes on Healing Self and Others

When we were kids, we were in awe as to how our lolos and aunts could heal us by just smudging us while parroting incantations. Then we would be wrapped up in blankets to perspire, then we get healed. That was then the Age of Pisces, where man and his God were separate, hence it was the Age of Duality.

Now that we are in the Age of Aquarius, (which began December 21, 2012), the theme is oneness of God and Man. Which means that man is now a co-creator of reality.

Which means that man now has the capacity to heal himself. And he who can do this is the awakened one, and he is free to heal those whose awakening is delayed.

Having said that, we would like to share to the world the following healing techniques that do work. The assumption is that all humans are healers or have the innate capacity to heal.

1. On purifying food and beverages. The objective is to eat/imbibe only the beneficial nutrients for the body. Just place your food/beverage on the table and position your hands like so. Do this for 30 seconds.Snapshot_160

2. On charging your hands for healing. The objective is to capture the chi energy and use it for healing by tapping the energized hand on the affected part, like so: Snapshot_161Snapshot_162Snapshot_165Snapshot_163

Let’s all be empowered in this, the Age of Aquarius.

What is This Animal Called Ascension?

For sensitive people, i.e. those whose “antennae” are affected by shifts in the earth’s magnetism, their lot is to suffer.

Among others, consider the following symptoms (which I have been going through since three years ago):

• Dizziness, loss of balance, vertigo, and spinning.
The definition of Merkaba is counter-rotating fields of light surrounding the spirit/body which serve to transport the spirit/body from one dimension to another. And this is precisely what is occurring.
As we connect to our light bodies and begin moving into a higher dimension, we begin spinning and can experience vertigo and dizziness. If you know that this symptom indicates that something wonderful is happening it can be quite fun…like a roller coaster ride.

Ummm, is this what they call the process of ascension? That the earth is ascending to a new frequency or dimension?

Or is it only a happenstance that huge planetary objects are being sighted all over the world?



Could it be that the magnetic pull of these planetary bodies is synchronous with the ascension process?

And how about the the penchant of people to take umbrage, nay kill other people, at the slightest provocation?

Indeed, this ascension business is complicating the way we live, as if life is not hard at is is.

But being positive is the way to go. To be hopeful that a better world is being prepared for us and our lineage.

Guinarona: An Online Museum

Further to our post in late 2013, An Upside to ST Yolanda, we are featuring additional old photos of Guinarona, also courtesy of Fred Marinello, the erstwhile U.S. Peace Corps volunteer who spent some time there. We are going to add these photos to The Guinarona Online Museum

In a perfect world, there is no demarcation between the constructs of past, present and future. Until we achieve perfection, we will look to the past as a goldmine.


We wish to thank Fred Marinello for the gift.

Why I Support a Second Term for PNoy

Who would think that Philippine President Benigno Simeon Aquino III would turn out to be the Prince Charming of Philippine politics? From being labeled autistic by his detractors, he has turned out to be the best president so far–and a very capable one at that. As if being autistic is a pejorative–no, because autistic people are geniuses, they have very high IQs, they have pure hearts, they call a spade a spade, they are hard working. They are called special because they ARE.

For our elucidation. autistic people have the following pluses:

1. Autistic People Rarely Lie
We all claim to value the truth, but almost all of us tell little white lies. All, that is, except people on the autism spectrum. To them, truth is truth — and a good word from a person on the spectrum is the real deal.
2. People on the Autism Spectrum Live in the Moment
How often do typical people fail to notice what’s in front of their eyes because they’re distracted by social cues or random chitchat? People on the autism spectrum truely attend to the sensory input that surrounds them. Many have achieved the ideal of mindfulness.
3. People with Autism Rarely Judge Others
Who’s fatter? Richer? Smarter? For people on the autism spectrum, these distinctions hold much less importance than for typical folks. In fact, people on the spectrum often see through such surface appearances to discover the real person.
4. Autistic People are Passionate
Of course, not all autistic people are alike. But many are truly passionate about the things, ideas and people in their lives. How many “typical” people can say the same?
5. People with Autism Are Not Tied to Social Expectations
If you’ve ever bought a car, played a game or joined a club to fit in, you know how hard it is to be true to yourself. But for people with autism, social expectations can be honestly irrelevant. What matters is true liking, interest and passion — not keeping up with the Joneses.
6. People with Autism Have Terrific Memories
How often do typical people forget directions, or fail to take note of colors, names, and other details? People on the autism spectrum are often much more tuned in to details. They may have a much better memory than their typical peers for all kind of critical details.
7. Autistic People Are Less Materialistic
Of course, this is not universally true — but in general, people with autism are far less concerned with outward appearance than their typical peers. As a result, they worry less about brand names, hairstyles and other expensive but unimportant externals than most people do.
8. Autistic People Play Fewer Head Games
Who was that woman, and why were you looking at her? I know I TOLD you I didn’t mind if you went out, but why did you believe me? Most autistic people don’t play games like these — and they assume that you won’t either. It’s a refreshing and wonderful change from the Peyton Place emotional roller coaster that mars too many typical relationships!–The Best Traits of Autistic People

Let’s face it, the Philippines has a GIFT in President Noynoy Aquino. When we are given a gift, what do we do with it? Yes, we treasure it, nurture it, embrace it close to our hearts.

Yes, President Noynoy–our gift–is our version of Lee Kwan Yew, who turned little Singapore into a mighty dragon. Both are capable, selfless leaders, whose hearts are for the motherland–and not for their pockets.

And while we are at it, the stumbling block to keeping and nurturing our gift is the term limit in the Philippine Constitution. Well, for every problem, there is a solution. The Basic Law of the Land should be amended to either (1) cap the limit at two terms or (2) shift to the parliamentary form of government.

Time is of the essence and we should act NOW.