There seems to be a control function here, that electricity and our power system is used as a sort of first warning system against spirituality. Its going to be hard to talk about this without stirring up laughter, but this is real in my life and reality.
It first started out with kundalini type exerpeinces, once I would get to a certain state, black helicopters would fly over about 10 mins after these states were reached. This isnt some kind of paranoia, in fact, it got to the point where if I knew I reached a certain state consciouseness wise, I could literally go outside and wait for the copters to fly over. It got to the point where I would wait for them to fly over and give the finger as they did. Literally, every time a certain state was reached, a fly over would happen.
Maybe I'm showing my ignorance and naivety here but, how are you so sure the black helicopters are hostile? You have no idea who's inside the helicopters, right?
Is it because it "feels hostile" when they fly over? But from whence does the hostility arise?
Again, forgive me for my naivety, but are you saying that human spirituality is so weak, flaky, and submissive that a simple flow of electrons can overpower it? I must ask, what are such spiritual accomplishments worth if they are so easily toppled? If I want to, I can set up my own electric grid inside my apartment using parts from radio shack. Can I use this to control my neighbors?
And to truly find out the answer to the title of this thread, wouldn't you need to (1) earn a PhD in physics or its equivalent in knowledge and experience, and (2) solve the "general theory of everything" (formulable relationship between quanta-scale physical phenomena and relativity-scale physical phenomena) that has been the holy grail of physics for years and years?
Last words on the subject:
electricity is a marvelous phenomena inherent in the universe;
that is currently holding the atoms of your body together;
which for a short moment in time (the 18th and 19th centuries - see Mary Shelley's Frankenstein) captivated the imaginations and intellects of poets and amateur naturalists (Shelley's more famous poet husband had his own private chemistry lab);
which at a slightly later, less-Romantic date was crudely harnessed into a linear industrial system by our esteemed mass society;
in order that "ordinary" humans can use it to banish nighttime from their life, watch internet videos, and keep food cold without work*;
blissfully content in their decision to leave the oh-so-boring subject of what electricity is to a tiny group of professional specialists.
*excepting the work done by folks who make the refrigerators, of course... whoever they are...
Edited by Cybilopsin, 02 February 2016 - 08:34 AM.