LILITH’S HAREM, PARALLEL UNIVERSES, ALTERNATE EARTH’S
Did Robert Monroe, also known as Bob Monroe, (October 30, 1915 – March 17, 1995) experience accessing an alternate Earth, whose technology is right out of a Steampunk novel? Sounds like pure science fiction doesn’t it. Well, he did reveal, that he had actually done so, when consciously journeying into the quantum realms of the dream, who was an idiosyncratic pioneer of out-of-the-body experience (OOBE) research, which in turn encompasses lucid dreaming. His 1971 book, Journeys Out of the Body, is credited with popularizing the term, out-of-body experience.
Munroe’s full name is Robert Allan Munroe, who was originally a radio broadcasting executive who became best known for his research into altered states of consciousness and founding The Monroe Institute. Many an individual who has had an OOBE, invariably investigates Monroe’s experiences in order to come to some understanding of their own out of body experiences along with gaining an insight into lucid dreaming.
Munroe’s research into altered states of consciousness, began during the straight laced 1950’s, just prior to the psychedelic 60’s, when his shamanic work really took off. Munroe produced evidence that specific sound patterns have identifiable, beneficial effects upon our capabilities. For example, certain combinations of frequencies appeared to enhance alertness; whereas others induce sleep; and still other (song/icaro/mantra) sound combinations evoke expanded states of your consciousness, which at the level of the ‘electron’ dream has the ability to ‘slide’ through inner doorways, into other realities.
His extensive research was professionally assisted by specialists in psychology, medicine, biochemistry, psychiatry, electrical engineering, physics, and education, which led to the development of Hemi-Sync, a patented audio technology, which is claimed facilitates enhanced performance of your ‘quantum computing brain.’
Monroe was very precise when describing the methods, which he had developed for ‘Sliding’ into the astral worlds of the ‘Electron’ dream.
He assiduously described the dream realms in great detail of nigh scientific scrutiny, which he divided into three specific regions with differing properties, terming them as being, ‘Locale I’, ‘Locale II’ and ‘Locale III,’ of a shamanic cosmology.
According to Monroe, Locale I is our present everyday Earth. It is here where the Old Hag Syndrome is often experienced of a prelude to an out of body experience.
Should the nightmare, which rides your fear be instead transformed into a Night-Mare for you to otherwise ride, the astral body is then enabled to leave its corporeal vehicle behind; whereupon it can then hover around the collective-mind-map, observing faraway places, visiting the abodes of friends or loved ones, experiencing precognitive information, accessing the past or even exploring the depths of space.
But the dreamer is still constrained to his/her present universe, which is basically that of remote viewing from within the informational domain of the quantum dream.
In Locale II, the dreaming reality becomes far more surreal. This is the region where varying alien entities exist of similarity to what the author Carlos Castaneda termed as the inorganic intelligence of the Allies.
Castaneda described the Allies as being a ‘feminine’ inorganic intelligence, which exists in a dimensional domain outside of three-dimensional (Maya/Matrix) space and time he called Penumbra, which of a visionary manifestation appears as a vast desert dividing worlds.
The symbolic motif of the desert is utilised in the Cabbala for its thirteenth path, whose ascribed Hebrew letter is Gimel, meaning (Ally) Camel. The thirteenth path of the Tarot Card: The (Ally) High Priestess of the Silver Star, penetrates the hidden 11th dimensional sphere of Da’at.
It is at Da’at that the magician experiences his consciousness accessing an Abyss, which is the space between worlds. The Abyss (mini-Worm-hole/Silver-Star) is experienced (folding space) prior to attaining (Kwisatz Haderach) ingress into an alternate world.
When Monroe’s consciousness accessed Locale II he would sometimes experience being hassled by nightmarish beings, who reflected back his fear, and in doing so, attempted to drag his astral self back to Locale I; whereby impeding his progress, and generally made his inner experience unpleasant as if these entities were seeking to block him from accessing Locale III.
What Munroe experienced regarding the assailing entities, is what many Siberian shamans to have spoken of. The shamans communicate that they are initially impeded in their trance ingress into other realities by Erlik Khan’s daughters, whom can assume Nightmare forms, until the shaman overcomes his fear of their father, who is death; after which they then become as his (Allies/Succubae) Night-Mare spirit wives, to thence ride into other worlds.
However, Munroe stated, that Locale II was the ‘natural environment of the Second Body’, where thought translates directly to ‘bodily’ motion. The second body its self, although appearing of apparent human form, in relation to the dreamers memory of his/her physical body, is not its true form.
Locale III is where Monroe accessed an alternate Earth, via what he termed as being a (mini-wormhole) hole, into which he slid into an alternate reality. The alternate Earth to all intents and purposes exists within a parallel universe. Monroe experienced this alternate Earth as being a material world, whose reality is almost identical to our own.
But there were differences, as Munroe described: “There are no electrical devices whatsoever.” Munroe observed that the transport of this alternate Earth utilised steam-driven locomotives, which sounds like a Steampunk cross between an American motor-home and a High-Speed Train, which hauls wooden cars. The automobiles of this alternate Earth were twice as wide as Munroe’s own equivalents, which are driven along huge roads at a sluggish 15-20 mph.
After several slides into a parallel universe of Locale III, Monroe discovered an alternate Earth inhabitant who was his (alternate-self) doppelganger. Monroe involuntarily enters into his double’s body; whereupon embarrassment and confusion ensues, which often involved a Steampunkette woman called Lea.
It just so happens that the name of Lea is etymologically connected to the name of a Celtic faerie lover called a Leannan sìth. It is with Lea, slider Monroe becomes romantically attached, as his (Ally/Succubus) dream lover, when sliding into his alternate self.
Monroe’s dream slides into Locale III, he otherwise called, ‘intrusions.’ This alternate Earth has a three dimensional reality. As stated in part, earlier, Monroe related, that his intrusion into an alternate Earth as being, “a physical-matter world almost identical to our own. There are trees, houses, cities, people, artefacts and all the appurtenances of a reasonably civilized society.”
However, Monroe observed that, Locale III had evolved along a different technological trajectory; there was no electricity or fossil fuels; its inhabitants relied instead upon a sort of alternative power source. Perhaps, it is where the ideas of Nikola Tesla had taken root, without any impediment from gangster bankers, along with the further development of steam power, which had engendered an alternate Hippie Steampunk reality.
As for myself, I have dream slid into differing Locale III alternate Earth’s with the assistance of the (Priestess of the Silver Star) Locale II (Lilith’s Harem) Allies. The Allies assume the forms of Succubae, whom then usher my conscious awareness through their vaginal (Vesica Pisces) stargates into alternate Earth’s.
Some of the Locale III alternate Earth’s can be described as being Steampunk realities, although the slides into different alternate Earth’s is determined by what type of Succubus one conjures into Locale I, when to become lucid of awareness.