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Feb 28, 2024

Evolving PSI: science, curiosity, wonder – connecting NHI dots – Breaking the silence

It’s time. The truth is incredible.

Extraordinary events are unfolding – as we reach another tipping point in the evolution of consciousness. Awareness of Non-human intelligence, extra dimensions, and alternate timelines has dawned. All the players – knowing and not – living, deceased, corporeal, non-corporeal, and all points between and beyond any preconceived category are engaged in a fantastical scene of awakening.

Intuition and insight

My nightlights have been wonderful wayshowers, helping me to collect and connect my dots long enough to realize – evolution is change eternal.

Conflict embedded within a framework.
Patterns untold.
Seeded in fabric.
Miracles bridge every fold.

Sparks on the fringe.
Outline destiny.

The resulting tapestry
a wonder to behold.

The nightlights.

We exist in totality at a level beyond the mind’s fathom. On purpose. We are more. Mystery is the carrot. All is one. Ocean in being.

Imagine, to the utmost best of your ability, a world far greater, more delightful, beyond beautiful, awe inspiring, and magical than any yet envisioned. When you do – that vision – becomes a clear and present future. Hold focus. Inhale.

Embody it.

Frequency and matter

The Outer LimitsThe Galaxy Being.
Episode description: “The planet Earth is a speck of dust, remote and alone in the void. There are powers in the universe inscrutable and profound. Fear cannot save us. Rage cannot help us. We must see the stranger in a new light – the light of understanding. And to achieve this, we must begin to understand ourselves, and each other.” Free with ads.

  • The Outer Limits fan blog spotlight. My Life in the Glow of The Outer LimitsLink.
  • The Outer Limits fan blog, episode review list. We are controlling transmission. Link.

Breaking the Silence

Since early childhood, Steve knew he was having experiences with entities he could not explain...” – But Something is There, Steve Neill, Amazon sponsored link.

Alien abduction – or something more. A global phenomenon affects people from all walks of life; all ages, genders, ethnicities. No definitive answers, only questions. UFOs may not be what they seem. Steve’s channel Breaking the Silence [BTS] explores/presents the enigma and the questions.

I spoke with Steve about his show and what he hopes he can achieve by offering a safe space for experiencers to share their stories.

Weekly shows – Livestream – Friday night. Experiencer Account – Saturday night.

About the show: Breaking the Silence with Steve Neill is a monthly show about encounters with the unknown: UAPs, UFOs, and NHI/non-human intelligence. Unlike similar shows, this show will interview and reenact the testimonies of real people that have the strength to come forward and break the silence and their fear of being stigmatized.

Bio: Steve Neill is an artist, visual effects creator, and filmmaker with over 40 years of experience in the film and television industry. Credits include “Star Trek the Motion Picture,” “Ghost Busters,” “Fright Night” and more. He has appeared as a creature suit actor in many films, commercials and TV shows.

Steve’s art blog features a mask re-creation of the ‘Galaxy Being‘ from The Outer Limits episode linked in this post. My favorite item {and I am biased}, his collectible Spock Ears. Fun! He also includes videos demonstrating the creative process. Steve’s Art Blog.

The character/image that Leonard Nimoy embodied speaks volumes without words.

Star Trek’ was an attempt to say humanity will reach maturity and wisdom on the day that it begins not just to tolerate but take a special delight in differences in ideas and differences in lifeforms. – Gene Roddenberry

“Certain episodes were dictated by whatever costumes could be dredged up on the Paramount lot, meaning the Enterprise took detours to planets inspired by everything from the Old West to Nazi Germany. The fact that most of these metaphorically lemon-like diversions didn’t go sour is a testament to the lemonade-making abilities of Roddenberry and his staff.”

Newsweek Star Trek 50th Anniversary tribute. Link.
Simply brilliant. Gene Roddenberry.

Steve is also an experiencer, author of the book [and the film of the same name]: Something is ThereAmazon.

Amazon review: Interesting account of the abduction mystery “I liked his honest account and thoughts on his experiences. His final statement summing up his personal journey was remarkable because it really makes you examine your own beliefs and assumptions on the subject.”

In Steve’s film, the character’s name is Mark. The experiences are Steve's.        

YouTube - Comment: "
When I came out everyone said I was crazy , when the government confirmed the existence of these beings , nobody said a word , more so ignored the fact that what I experienced was real even after all the video proof I had of it all . They tried to say I was crazy and put me under medication and this channel has given me hope to keep fighting for what I know I experienced, and that I’m no longer alone or crazy."

Connect with Steve:

Steve Neill’s Art blogLink.
But Something is There. Link.
Breaking the SilenceYouTube.
Are you an experiencer with a story to share? Do you know someone who has a story to share?

Short fiction mentioned during our segment: The Double Slit ExperimentLink.

Related Content: Long time friend and supporter of Steve’s project.
Whitley Strieber. Unknown Country

Monopoly Man

Here we go – down the Mandala Effect rabbit hole. Monopoly man: with/without monocle? Steve and I (and my husband Andy) remember him wearing a monocle.

The Mandela Effect”: a phenomenon where a large group of people share a false memory of an event or misremember a significant event.

The term was coined in 2009 by Fiona Broome after she discovered that many people believed Nelson Mandela died in the 1980s, when he actually died in 2013.” – Medical News Today.

Verdict: Monopoly Man did not wear a monocle. (Maybe we inhabit different mind spaces.)

“Neuroscientist Wilma Bainbridge, assistant professor in the University of Chicago’s department of psychology, and coauthor Deepasri Prasad, conducted a rare study published by the journal Psychological Science in late 2022 on the Mandela Effect in which they first confirmed that people have confident, but incorrect, visual memories of famous icons or characters.”- CNN.

Reality Shifters

Consider Cynthia Sue Larson’s vision: Experience a New Science of Instant Transformation.

The dawn of this new Quantum Age presents you with the radical new paradigm – that you are not your body or your situation, but instead are pure energy, pure consciousness. You exist in an interconnected holographic multiverse in which you are literally jumping from one parallel universe to another with every choice you make. 

Continued on Reality Shifters website.

Sci-Fi Film Classic

2001: A Space Odyssey. 1968 Roger Ebert Review. 4 of 4 stars. Understanding and appreciating the production but acknowledging the pit in your stomach emptiness of the landscape/void delivered in the viewing experience, Ebert sets the tone with open and close quotes from e. e. cummings. The exit line: “listen — there’s a hell of a good universe next door; let’s go.” Link.

2001: A Space Odyssey. The New YorkerLooks back in 2018.
Excerpt: “Much excitement when Stanley phones to say that the Russians claim to have detected radio signals from space,” Clarke wrote in his journal for April 12, 1965: “Rang Walter Sullivan at the New York Times and got the real story—merely fluctuations in Quasar CTA 102.” Kubrick grew so concerned that an alien encounter might be imminent that he sought an insurance policy from Lloyd’s of London in case his story got scooped during production.”

The New Yorker gives props to NASA for the list of details “2001” got right. NASA.

This too shall pass

Fascinating aside. Roger Ebert’s final words in 2013, according to his wife Chaz.

“But the day before he passed away, he wrote me a note: “This is all an elaborate hoax.” I asked him, “What’s a hoax?” And he was talking about this world, this place. He said it was all an illusion. I thought he was just confused. But he was not confused. He wasn’t visiting heaven, not the way we think of heaven. He described it as a vastness that you can’t even imagine. It was a place where the past, present, and future were happening all at once.” 

Read at Esquire.

More like that. Words at the Threshold: What We Say as We’re Nearing Death by Lisa Smartt. The Final Words ProjectLink.