The raising of self through the voice, through the music, that bespeaks of praise.

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The Spirit of the Infinite

The goal is not chanting, but deep, stimulated silence in which your body, mind, and spirit feel high and receptive to the Spirit of the infinite, omnipotent, omniscient Presence of God.

Then abide in this state until you are sufficiently imbued with the Presence to carry it with you through the whole day.

Allow oft the raising of self through the voice, through the music, that bespeaks of praise, as in the chant to the celestial forces that may make for an attuning of the inner self. 891-1

Edgar Cayce on Angels, Archangels, and the Unseen Forces

Robert J. Grant – 2005 – Body, Mind & Spirit – 240 pages
Cayce said that music is a bridge between the finite and the infinite, and often recommended music as an aid for deeper meditation.

More Music

music finite infinite

A finite being can indeed experience the Infinite, as did Enoch, Moses, Elijah, and many others, including Buddha and Muhammad.

Not just to feel better, but that the infinite may manifest in the finite, lifting all to a more wonderful life!

It’s important to remember that the objective is not to stimulate the senses into heightened physical awareness but rather to amplify awareness of the ethereal, the infinite, the spiritual by altering the input coming through the five senses.

We were, are, and will be again celestial, heavenly beings made in the image of our infinite, universal Creator. We cannot be allowed to remain terrestrial, physical beings.

Mind the builder, the spirit the creator, the material [is] that created.

Thoughts are things; just as the Mind is as concrete as a post or tree,” and the Akashic Record, the Book of Life, records them as such.

La musica è parte dell’anima, e si può avere il mal di mente e di anima per la musica, o il mal di anima e di mente a causa di certi tipi di musica.

Music is the soul, and you can have pain of mind and soul for music, or the evil of soul and mind because of certain types of music.

Some of you may not be familiar with the author of this booklet, Jon Peniel, or his best selling book “The Children of the Law of One & the Lost Teachings of Atlantis”.

Jon Peniel’s Children of the Law of One & The Lost Teachings of Atlantis describes the teachings of a pre-buddhistic monastery in the Himalaya’s of Tibet. This monastery claims their heritage is from Atlantis, where there was a split between the “Sons of Belial” and the “Children of the Law of One”.

Jon Peniel Links:

(Not organized, sorry!)

Uploaded by on Mar 6, 2011

Project ISIS, the mood lighting and relaxation system that has helped so many people to relax, de-stress and refocus, is based on the translation of ancient sacred texts and literature into music which is hauntingly beautiful. This first offering to the public is titled “Velvet Blue”, runs 27 minutes and is available for instant download in MP3 format. This music was produced by Dr. Marcia A. Crain, and is based on the ancient Genesis 1:1 texts as written in Hebrew. The texts were translated into music, using proprietary and secret methods developed by Dr. Dan Crain and Dr. Marcia Crain. This process is completely unique, and creates a powerful experience for the listener.

To purchase the full 27 minute track, please go to

The Emancipators Will Win.


Dr. Marcia Ann Crain, Desk of the Keystone, Maj Chief Operating Officer, Eagles Disobey (aka Marcia Ann McDowell or Marcia or Marci or DrMarci)


Danny B Crain, Sc.D. Desk of the Compass, Maj (aka Dan Burisch – there is a reason Dan went by his first wife’s name or DrDan).

(For the life of me, I cannot understand why others aren’t discussing this.  At least not in a public forum.)



37 Responses to “The raising of self through the voice, through the music, that bespeaks of praise.”

  1. blessedistruth Says:

    For some reason, this music sticks with me day and night.

  2. blessedistruth Says:

  3. blessedistruth Says:

    I’m over here for a little while.

  4. blessedistruth Says:

    Men of affairs, women with power
    Satellites talking, to clatter our lives
    Banks of predictions, policies made
    Prophecies broken, violence deranged (deranged, deranged)
    And if there was love, would that be enough?
    And if there was love, would that be enough?
    Pollsters and planners, incredibly sad
    Indelibly inking, their names across our lives
    Individual freedom, intrinsically curbed
    Inspiration nil, slavery ten
    And if there was love, would that be enough?
    And if there was love, would that be enough?
    And if there was love, would that be enough?
    And if there was love, would that be enough?
    I’ve been working for a long time
    Scattering smiles
    Must I swallow my pride?
    There’s a hole in the sky, as distant and vast
    As our moral vacuum, and growing as fast
    And if there was love, would that be enough?
    And if there was love, would that be enough?
    And if there was love, would that be enough?
    And if there was love, would that be enough?

    “They that have power to hurt and will do none,
    That do not do the thing they most do show,
    Who, moving others, are themselves as stone,
    Unmoved, cold and to temptation slow;
    They rightly do inherit heaven’s graces
    And husband nature’s riches from expense;
    They are the lords and owners of their faces,
    Others but stewards of their excellence.
    The summer’s flower is to the summer sweet,
    Though to itself it only live and die,
    But if that flower with base infection meet,
    The basest weed outbraves his dignity:
    For sweetest things turn sourest by their deeds;
    Lilies that fester smell far worse than weeds.”

    [W. Shakespeare, Sonnet 94]


    4shared Playlist

    Page 4 #389

    “If There Was Love”

  5. blessedistruth Says:

    Sonnet 94

    They that have power to hurt and will do none,
    That do not do the thing they most do show,
    Who, moving others, are themselves as stone,
    Unmoved, cold, and to temptation slow,
    They rightly do inherit heaven’s graces
    And husband nature’s riches from expense;
    They are the lords and owners of their faces,
    Others but stewards of their excellence.
    The summer’s flower is to the summer sweet,
    Though to itself it only live and die,
    But if that flower with base infection meet,
    The basest weed outbraves his dignity:
    For sweetest things turn sourest by their deeds;
    Lilies that fester smell far worse than weeds.

    –William Shakespeare

  6. blessedistruth Says:

    CAUGHT ON TAPE: Former SEIU Official Reveals Secret Plan To Destroy JP Morgan, Crash The Stock Market, And Redistribute Wealth In America

  7. blessedistruth Says:


  8. blessedistruth Says:

    Glad Glenn saw this:

    Steve Lerner’s plan

    By Ezra Klein


    Noticed this earlier, but moving a little slow this day.

    Bottom Line — Left-leaning Ezra Klein would not have touched this UNLESS there really was something to this story.

  9. blessedistruth Says:

    Fouad Ajami has been my go-to guy many a year — my undergrad degree is in Intl Relations with a concentration in M.E. and North Africa.


    MARCH 23, 2011.

    Obama’s Holbrooke Moment

    Benghazi would have been the president’s Srebrenica. He had little choice but to act



    The Obama administration was doubtless surprised by the unexpected decision of the Arab League to grant the green light to the imposition of the no-fly zone.

    Moral and political clarity had never been an attribute of the Arab League.

    That organization had never given sustenance to any dissident, never drew a line for the Arab despots.

    The head of the Arab League for a good number of years now, the Egyptian Amr Moussa, was a creature of the Arab order of power with all its pathologies.

    His stock-in-trade was that debilitating mix of anti-Zionism and anti-Americanism.

    He was beloved by that fabled Arab street because he indulged its ruinous passions and alibis.

    This was never a good jury to appeal to.

    But we needed no warrant from the league of dictators.

    The warrant came from the Libyan people who pleaded for help and made a case for that help by their own bravery.

    These were not people sitting on the sidelines, or idling their time away in exile.

    They were men and women in a long captivity anxious to reclaim their tormented country.


    For the Libyans, there is a thin line between catastrophe and deliverance.

    They have given it all, and now their liberty depends on whether the democracies believe that it is worth their while

    to give the cause of freedom a boost—

    to provide evidence that justice in the affairs of nations, though it has tarried, is not yet dead.

  10. blessedistruth Says:

    4shared Playlist

    Page 4 #389

    “If There Was Love”

  11. blessedistruth Says:

    New Thread:

    Thirty-six righteous beings, the lamed vav tzaddikim, keep the world turning

  12. blessedistruth Says:

    I’m so tired of this controversy. I really don’t care anymore if I was right or if I was wrong.

    Why don’t we just amend the Constitution?

    Obama IS the de facto CIC, we are at war, we should support him in that effort.

    Some GOP 2012 candidates too critical on Libya, I think they’ll regret their words.

    Domestic policy, now that’s different. We won’t be able to defend our republic if we don’t cut spending, cut deficits, reform entitlements, fix ObamaCare or replace with HCR put forth by Paul Ryan and others.


    Trump: Obama spending millions to hide his past

    ‘I didn’t think it was such a big deal, but I tell you it’s turning out to be a very big deal’

    Posted: March 28, 2011

  13. blessedistruth Says:

    Jasser testifies in D.C. at hearing on Muslim radicalization

    March 25, 2011/Adar II 19 5771, Volume 63, No. 29

    Since the hearings were announced, some Democrats have likened them to McCarthyism, while some Republicans have termed opponents politically correct to a fault.

    Still, Jasser said he hopes to promote a national conversation about the continuum of Islamic radicalization.

    “I hope people understand that this is a first step in a long process, and we’ve got a lot of work to do,” he said.

    “But it has to be a partnership with Muslims, where we engage our communities and not marginalize them.”

    To read a transcript of Jasser’s testimony to Congress, visit

  14. blessedistruth Says:

    47 — 52

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

  15. blessedistruth Says:

    March 28, 2011

    Generic Congressional Ballot: Republicans 43%, Democrats 39%

    81% Know Someone Out of Work and Looking for a Job

    Voters Less Concerned About Threat of Japanese Radiation

    Most Small Business Owners Still Looking for Recovery Signs

    69% Still Angry At Government’s Current Policies

    58% Now Favor Health Care Repeal

    Rasmussen Reports

  16. blessedistruth Says:

    Health Care Law
    58% Now Favor Health Care Repeal

    Mar 26-27

  17. blessedistruth Says:

    Kudlow — What I see is growth as the lord’s savior to the economy and Keep the dollar sound.

    Larry Kudlow of “The Kudlow Report” speaks on a panel at a seminar hosted by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation, the Manhattan Institute and The Wall Street Journal:

    “Growth solves a lot of problems, OK? Growth solves budget problems, growth solves deficit problems, growth solves debt problems.

    I’m all for limiting spending. I just want to say that. Yes, yes indeed.

    We get back to 20 percent or of GDP or less on spending, I am fine with that, OK? Fine with that.

    But I don’t see debt as this new red menace out there. What I see is growth as the lord’s savior to the economy and our fiscal position.”


    Larry Kudlow of “The Kudlow Report” speaks on a panel at a seminar hosted by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation, the Manhattan Institute and The Wall Street Journal:

    “Just make the dollar sound and keep marginal tax rates low. The economy will grow beautifully.

    But if the dollar falls, as it’s been falling for 10 years

    — on the index it’s at a 10 year low nearly —

    then it neutralizes the lower tax rates, you see what I’m saying?

    Because commodity prices soar and the capital flows outside the country, and it’s a dreadful policy. So, low tax rates, limited government.

    Keep the dollar sound.”

  18. blessedistruth Says:

    This should be good.

    On Hannity’s Great American Panel Tonight
    Posted by: Hugh Hewitt

    I will be on Sean Hannity’s “Great American Panel” tonight.

    I suspect we will be discussing the president’s speech, as I will on my program today with among others Bill Bennett and

    Seth Leibsohn, whose new book The Fight of Our Lives could not be more timely as the threat of a new wave of Islamist influence throughout the Middle East rises.

    Listen 3 – 6 PM Pacific

  19. blessedistruth Says:

    Would Tim Pawlenty be America’s Six Sigma president?

    Mar 28, 2011

    … voters would be more willing to accept cuts to favored programs if they felt government operated a bit more like FedEx or Wal-Mart.

  20. blessedistruth Says:

    Media Matters and reality on Obamacare

    By Derek Hunter 3:29 PM 03/28/2011

    Media Matters has mocked Glenn Beck for saying, “This is the end of America as we know it,” and Rush Limbaugh for stating that if Obamacare became law, “the concept of individual freedom and liberty will have been obliterated.”

    But a funny thing happened soon after the ink on the bill dried: a U.S. court ruled that Americans’ mental activity can be regulated by the government.

    Clinton appointee Gladys Keesler wrote:

    “As previous Commerce Clause cases have all involved physical activity, as opposed to mental activity, i.e. decision-making, there is little judicial guidance on whether the latter falls within Congress’s power.

    However, this Court finds the distinction, which Plaintiffs rely on heavily, to be of little significance.

    It is pure semantics to argue that an individual who makes a choice to forgo health insurance is not “acting,” especially given the serious economic and health-related consequences to every individual of that choice.

    Making a choice is an affirmative action, whether one decides to do something or not do something. They are two sides of the same coin.

    To pretend otherwise is to ignore reality.”

    The enactment of Obamacare has led to the government ruling that thoughts are actions and that therefore anything can be regulated by Congress.

    If that is not changing America as we know it, nothing is.

  21. blessedistruth Says:

    Page 2 #132

    Birthday of My Thoughts

  22. blessedistruth Says:

    Sen. Graham chides fellow Republicans: “I’m really tired of hearing people talking about ‘it costs too much'”

    GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham was a guest on “Piers Morgan Tonight” and gave his reaction to Pres. Barack Obama’s Libya speech tonight.

    While some Republicans have criticized Pres. Obama’s Libya response, including Graham earlier in the conflict, he instead turned the tables and criticized those in his own party tonight.

    “We made mistakes in Iraq, and to my fellow Republican friends, nobody complained about the cost of Iraq or Afghanistan on our watch,” he told Piers Morgan.

    “I’m really tired of hearing people talking about ‘it costs too much.'”

    As for the rebels:

    “These people who are fighting Gadhafi, I don’t believe are taking to the streets and risking their lives to replace Gadhafi with al-Qaeda.”

  23. blessedistruth Says:

    Maya Rudolph should play Anne-Marie Slaughter in Libya the Movie

    Anne-Marie Slaughter

    minnie riperton’s daughter maya rudolph of Saturday Night Live


    Grading Obama’s Libya Speech

    President Obama defended American involvement in the coalition effort in a nationally televised address.

  24. blessedistruth Says:

    John McCain Reacts to Obama’s Speech

  25. blessedistruth Says:


    By George! It’s a Soros World Order

    Billionaire steps up funding to diminish importance of U.S. economy

    Posted: March 27, 2011


    “What Soros wants to accomplish is to move along the globalist agenda of replacing the U.S. dollar as the world’s reserve currency, with the goal of diminishing the ability of the United States to set the terms for the global economy,” Corsi explained.

    The Institute for New Economic Thinking, or INET, a New York City-based Soros-funded group, is hosting the conference scheduled for April 8-11, 2011, at the Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, N.H., the site of the original conference that set the post-World War II global financial structure until now.

    “The Soros empire is silent about this new Bretton Woods conference because it isn’t just designed to change global economic rules,” MRC wrote.

    “It also is designed to put America in its place – part of a multilateral world the way Soros wants it.”

    “In his many books, Soros, a billionaire hedge-fund manager, has made clear he views economic globalism as an accomplished fact,” Corsi added.

    Financial markets became “truly global in the early 1990s after the collapse of the Soviet Union,” he wrote in his book “On Globalization.”

    Yet, Soros warns, “While markets have become global, politics remain firmly rooted in the sovereignty of the state.”

  26. blessedistruth Says:

    Uploaded by AIFDtv on Mar 23, 2011

    Dr. Jasser debates Yaser Tabbara, a director of CAIR in Chicago on the Roy Green Show. The debate centered on the Muslim Radicalization hearings.

  27. blessedistruth Says:

    Sen. Durbin to Hold Anti-Muslim Bigotry Hearings
    Mar 29, 2011
    – 2:45 –
    Rep. Peter King responds

  28. blessedistruth Says:

    43% — 56% Today

    47% — 52% Yesterday

    Don’t believe it went down 4 pts in one day, probably closer to 45.

    Obama losing anti-war left.

    He needs independents now.

  29. blessedistruth Says:

    March 29, 2011

    Only 16% Think Country Would Be Better Off If Most Incumbents in Congress Reelected

    Rasmussen Employment Index Shows Labor Market Confidence At Seven Month-Low

    Rasmussen Reports

  30. blessedistruth Says:

    Hugh Hewitt interviews Tim Pawlenty

    HH: Are you encouraging Speaker Boehner to, if necessary, allow a partial shutdown in order to get to real budget cuts and real reform?

    TP: Well, you want to use that as a last resort, not a first resort. But we’re at that point.

    The hour is later, and I don’t mean on your radio show, for the country, than people realize.

    I had a government shutdown in Minnesota over tax and spending issues. Was it dramatic at that moment in time? Yes. Was it difficult? Yes.

    Six months later, did people remember it or think it was that big a deal?

    No, they didn’t.

    And by the way, I got reelected the next year, so this notion that the Republicans will blow themselves up politically if they have a government shutdown, I don’t buy.

    And by the way, Harry Reid and Barack Obama own part of the problem, too.

    HH: Now Governor, I’m in New York and have been for the last few days where the hundredth anniversary was observed of the Triangle Shirtwaist fire, where I think 148 young women were killed a hundred years when a fire swept through their working conditions.

    And organized labor really took off them to protect people in the workplace. But it seems a hundred years later.

    We have a very different situation with organized labor. What has happened to this movement?

    And what kind of reassessment has to undergo, has to be undergone right now in order to get them back into the responsible mode?

    TP: Well Hugh, as you know, I came from a meatpacking town. And I was in a union myself for seven years. I come from a union family.

    But you’ve got to separate what was then the old industrial unions of meatpacking plants and coal mines, and dangerous places that employed children or others under difficult working conditions from the government unions of today.

    The issue in front of us is the government unions of today.

    And they are amongst the best compensated, best benefited, most coddled employees in the country, and they’re getting a better deal, this isn’t about basic industrial safety or any related issues.

    This is about people who were once the exploited, namely the private sector industrial unions, now morphing into government employee unions that are better paid and better benefited than the people paying the bill, namely the taxpayers.

    And the gig is up. The taxpayers have figured this out. We did this early on in Minnesota before it was cool or popular.

    But the people are fed up of paying for better benefits and pay than the folks who are paying the bill, and that’s what’s going on.

    And the public sector unions have overreached. They need to be dialed back.

    HH: Governor Pawlenty, what’s the committee? Is it Where do people find the information?

    TP: And please go on and check it out. We’ve love to have you on board.

  31. blessedistruth Says:

    Supply-side Pawlenty?

    By not pushing bold reform on taxes from the outset, Pawlenty is in danger of negotiating against himself. Now is the time for big ideas.

    Beyond that, Pawlenty did talk coherently about a strong dollar

    — maybe creating some sort of commodity link —

    and applying Six Sigma to the federal government, which is an intriguing notion.

    It’s still early, but it seems to me that with current and potential GOP 2012 candidate all saying kind of the same thing about Obamacare and debt, taxes are a way for Pawlenty to distinguish himself.

    He’s not going to overwhelm people with his personality, so why not do it with bold ideas, as Kudlow suggests?

  32. blessedistruth Says:

    kerpen McCaskill: “silver lining” of recession is greenhouse emissions are down. Wow. Wonder where she is on McConnell Amdt.
    33 minutes ago via Tweet Button
    Retweeted by JimPethokoukis and 3 others .

    @HedgefundPLAY and a regulatory freeze; even better, remove 2 regs for each new one
    about 1 hour ago via TweetDeck in reply to HedgefundPLAY

    GOP 2012ers are all going to favor cutting corp. taxes, but merely extending Bush tax cuts for individuals is insuffcient
    about 2 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    @HedgefundPLAY I would love for T-Paw or any other 2012er to endorse a flat tax
    about 2 hours ago via TweetDeck in reply to HedgefundPLAY

    Supply-side Pawlenty? [fixed the link]
    about 2 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    Obama misses his ‘Nixon to China’ moment on dealing with US debt (from my Reuters blog)
    about 2 hours ago via TweetDeck .

    SamirNKapadia @JimPethokoukis See this? Proposal Would Pay Defaulters to Leave Homes
    about 3 hours ago via web
    Retweeted by JimPethokoukis and 2 others

  33. blessedistruth Says:

    John Fund of The Wall Street Journal talks about his book, Stealing Elections.

    People are losing faith in our election process, and he blames our election laws.

    Is the law making it easy to commit voter fraud? Find out.

  34. blessedistruth Says:

    APRIL 24, 2010.

    Wisconsin and the Voter Fraud Agenda

    Democrats are pushing to weaken ballot security at the state and national level. Have they forgotten the 2000 election?

  35. blessedistruth Says:

    Behind the Scenes: Budget Listening Session with Paul Ryan

    Uploaded by HouseBudgetCommittee on Mar 21, 2011

    To read the full article:

    To view the Power Point presentation:

  36. blessedistruth Says:

    Jack Jones

  37. blessedistruth Says:

    New Thread:

    It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us.

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