Free Will: The nature of outer space and how that pertains to the geometry of Earth

Updated: Aug 17, 2018

Odd subject, I know, but this flat earth vs. globe debate is gaining popularity. Makes sense to me because people more and more people are fed up with lies. My first reaction to this debate, “let’s not jump out of the frying pan and into the fire” -the truth is always mixed with lies to create confusion. That being said, this whole evolving thing is a process and the momentum of this debate is just a snapshot of where we are in the process. I’ll attempt to translate my thoughts on this topic to you in a coherent way below.

Trying to bridge the gap between the way I see things and the way others see them. Imagine a coffee cup that falls from the wall and shatters in a million pieces, we are left with a million tiny shards of ceramic, not a million coffee cups. As an astrologer with a degree in anthropology, devotee of hidden science, and someone with self-awareness I challenge you to consider that this is the nature of space. When we look into outer space we are not looking at separate planets, we are looking at shards of what used to be one solid consciousness.


For me, space is the physical representation of our shattered consciousness. The pain of having a broken heart is so great that the mind created an illusion of space, time, and distance to disassociate. In this way space is best described as an illusion.

Science proceeds from the supposition that things exist in and of themselves, believing that we can perceive what each individual thing is and master that particular objects in and of itself. However, Helsingborg understood that the viewer impacts what is viewed and changes it. This means that the act of viewing creates a quantum collapse -it is this collapse that makes what we see “the object”. So, it stands to reason that the quality of the viewer impacts what is viewed.

Bottomline, we are powerful beyond belief. It’s important for you and I to tap into that power, and hopefully my explanation here is coherent enough to aid you in the process.

This means that we can master “space” by changing the quality of our self. What science believes is smart or mastery is really just digging deeper into an illusion (aka quantum collapse) because knowledge is a result of growing in morality.

The skin causes blinding illusion that there is an inner and outer world separate from us. If we zoomed in a million times on our skin and took a look around it would be so apparent that there is no inner and outer, there is only -what is. What appears to be contained in our skin (the inner space), that which is observed our immediate surroundings, and oouter space is only a magnification of the same thing. What I’m attempting to explain is beyond as above so below or as with in so without concepts. What I'm saying is more like I am above and I am below or I am both inside and outside simultaneously. 

The grahas and their movements represent the collectives mental and emotional states. Earth is the physical expression of trustworthiness and reliability, we live on it and experience it’s lessons every-day. Trust and rely on thyself. We already innately understand this, as evidence by applying common terms like; “being bright”, “expanding our thinking”, “broadening horizons”, or “nebulous” to mental, emotional and physical states. We have collectively separated ourselves from so much of ourselves. We are quite literally, broken. In this sense there is no “other” there is only ourselves, and the more we heal as individuals the more we intergrade the concepts of space and time. This is not wholly a bad thing, it is simply the nature of being. It's no secrete that the types of experiences you have in dreams correlate to the emotions you experience in waking life. Consider that you fall asleep in class for a few minutes. While asleep you climbed a mountain, broke up with a lover, and had a baby, all within a few minutes (time? what time?). Now, consider that emotion is that which you are setting in motion on Earth and within your Earth -your actual body, it doesn’t stop at your skin. In other words, we are the creation and the creator. We have forgotten how to use our limbs i.e. the grahas (planets), the winds, ect.