Sunday, 29 January 2017

Transurfing. Part 5. Pendulums.

Part 5

Groups of people thinking in the same direction create information based energy structures called pendulums. These structures will eventually begin to develop independently. Pendulums create their own laws and make people obey them. What people don’t realize is that they are unwillingly acting in the interests of these pendulums. How do we get out of the nets of pendulums that sticks to us like glue?

Rent yourself out. 

Pendulums: Destructive Pendulums
Ever since we were kids we’ve been taught to submit ourselves to someone else’s will: performing our duties, serving our country, our families, the political party, the company we work in, the government and even serving ideas...We’ve been taught to submit to every- one else’s will, as long as our own will had the lowest priority. Everybody has more or less a sense of obligation, responsibility, ne- cessity and guilt. Everybody in one way or another “serves” in various groups and or- ganizations like one’s family, society, educa- tional institutions, one’s working place, one’s political party, and the government and so on. All these structures are born and start to develop, when a separate group of people starts thinking and acting in the same way. Then, new people join the organization/ group and the structure grows, gaining strength, forcing its members to follow established rules until it reaches a point, where the structure is able to subjugate large social groups to its will.
On the level of material realization, energy structures consist of people (united by com- mon goals) and material objects such as buildings, constructions, furniture, equip- ment, technology and so on. But what is the process that enables structures, such as those mentioned above, to be formed? A structure is created when thoughts of a group of people are focused in one direction. Thus, the parameters of their thought energy become identical. Thought energy of inde- pendent individuals merges into one flow. Hence, in the middle of the energy ocean, an independent information based energy structure is created that is called the energy pendulum. This structure starts living its own life, and makes those that took part in its creation obey its laws.
But why are these structures called pendulums? Because the higher and faster a pendulum swings, the more people – adherents – feed it with their energy. Every pendulum has its own characteristic frequency of vibrations. For example, you can make the swings go high up in the air only by applying a force of a certain frequency. That type of frequency is called resonance. If the number of a pendulum’s adherents decrease, the pendulum’s swinging will slow down and eventually its swinging motion will be extinguished. When there are no more adherents to swing the pendulum, it will stop and as an entity, it will die. Here are several examples of “dead” pendulums: ancient pagan religions, stone tools and ancient forms of weaponry, old fashion trends and vinyl re- cords – in other words, everything that existed before and is no longer in use.
You’re probably surprised – can all these things really be pendulums? Yes, any structure, whose particular features were shaped by people’s thought energy, is a pendulum. You could say that in general all liv- ing beings that are able to radiate energy in one direction will eventually form an energy pendulum. Here are examples of pendulums that exist in nature and wildlife: colonies of bacteria, populations of living creatures, schools of fish, herds of animals, woodlands, prairies, ant colonies and so on. Any structures consisting of living organisms that are of a relatively homogenous and well-ordered nature can form pendulums.
And since every living organism represents an energy unit, it can also be considered a pendulum. So, when these pendulum units group together and start swinging in unison they create a group pendulum. It stands over its adherents like a separate and independ- ent superstructure. It will make up rules for its adherents, in order to keep them together but also to attract new ones. Such a structure is self-governing in the sense that it develops independently, according to its own laws. Its adherents don’t know that they are acting by the laws of the pendulum, and not of their free will. For example, a bureaucratic apparatus develops as a self-governing structure, independent of the will of its separate officials. Influential officials could, of course, make certain independent decisions, but these decisions cannot be in conflict with the laws of the system. Otherwise, such an advocate would be rejected. Even a single per- son, who is already a pendulum by himself, isn’t always aware of his own motivations. One example of such a person is the energy
Any pendulum is destructive by its nature. This is because it takes energy from its ad- herents and establishes power over them. The destructiveness of a pendulum is evident in the fact that it doesn’t care about the fate of its individual adherents. The pendulum has only one goal – to maintain a constant flow of energy from its individual adherents, and whether this will benefit or harm an individual adherent is of no concern to the pendulum. If a person is under the influence of a system, he has to live his life in accordance with the system’s laws. Otherwise, the system will chew him up and spit him out. Being under the influence of a destructive pendulum can easily ruin one’s life. To break free from the pendulum and not suffer any losses as a result is usually a very difficult thing to do.
If a person is lucky, he will find his own place in the system, where he will feel like a fish in the water. Being an adherent, the person gives his energy to the pendulum, and the pendulum, in return, provides him with an environment where this person is able to live. But as soon as an adherent starts break- ing the rules of a given structure, the fre- quency of his thought energy is no longer in sync with the resonance frequency of the pendulum. The pendulum is no longer get- ting any energy from this adherent. This results in the pigheaded adherent being thrown out of the system or even destroyed.
If a person is brought to a place that is far away from his most favorable tracks, then life in the structure of an alien pendulum turns into a living hell or simply into a de- pressing and boring existence. Such a pendu- lum is nothing but destructive to the adher- ent, and the person falling under its influ- ence loses his freedom. He has to live by the laws forced upon him and serve as a cog in a huge machine whether he likes it or not.
Yet, a man can be under the patronage of a pendulum and achieve outstanding results. Napoleon, Hitler, Stalin and other similar figures were all favorites of destructive pen- dulums. Nonetheless, the pendulum doesn’t care about the welfare of its adherents, and it uses them solely for its own purposes. When Napoleon was asked if he had ever been truly happy, he was able to number only a few days out of his entire life.
Pendulums use refined methods to attract new adherents that fly to them, like moths to a flame. How often do people, seduced by a pendulum’s advertising tricks, wander away from their happiness that was all the time right in front of them! People join the army and perish there. People enroll in education- al institutions and, in vain, master profes- sions that are not really theirs. People find jobs that feel alien, but that are supposedly prestigious. They work and find themselves swamped with problems. They bring strangers into their lives and end up suffering.
So, a pendulum’s activity very often leads to the destruction of destinies of its individual adherents. Although, the pendulum is trying to hide its true motives, pretending to be virtuous and goodhearted. The most dangerous thing for a person who has fallen under the influence of a destructive pendulum is the fact that the pendulum takes its victim away from those life tracks where he would find true happiness. Let’s outline the defining
characteristics of a pendulum:
A pendulum feeds on the energy of its adherents and thereby amplifies its swinging.
A pendulum tries to attract as many supporters as possible, so that it can receive as much energy as possible.
A pendulum sets its group of adher- ents against all other groups (Look at us! We are better than they are).
A pendulum is aggressive in blaming all those that don’t want to become its adherents, and it tries to win them over, neutralize them or remove them all together.
A pendulum puts on good-looking and attractive masks, it covers itself up with noble aims and plays on people’s emotions, in order to justify its own actions and win over as many adherents as possible.
One could say that a pendulum is an “egregor” (see note below) by nature, but that is a rather nar- row definition, of course. The concept of an “egregor” does not reflect the entire spec- trum of possible interactions between man and energy based information structures - pendulums. Pendulums play a much greater role in people’s lives than it is customary to believe.
It is possible to illustrate how a pendulum consumes energy from its adherents by using  the following example. Imagine a full stadium, where a dramatic game of soccer is taking place, things are getting tense, fans are raging... Suddenly, one player makes an un- forgivable mistake and because of that his team loses the game. A storm of anger descends from the fans upon the player - they’re ready to tear him apart. Can you imagine what a huge mass of negative energy lands on the head of this unfortunate player? You’d think that having suffered such a monstrous blow, he would die right there on the spot. But that doesn’t happen. Instead, he’s alive and healthy, although somewhat crushed by feelings of guilt. Then where did all the negative energy go? Well, the pendulum harvested it. If it had not done so, the person at whom the crowd aimed its anger would have died, while the glorified star would have flied up to the sky. I won’t be the judge of whether the pendu- lum is an animated being or simply an energy form. Whatever the case, it is of no importance to the Transurfing method. The important thing is to be able to recognize a pendulum and to avoid participating in its games, unless there is something you can gain from such an interaction. It is very easy to recognize a destructive pendulum, as it has one defining feature. It is always competing with other energy structures just like it- self, fighting for control over people. A pendulum has only one goal – to capture as many adherents as possible, in order to get as much energy as possible. The more aggressive a pendulum acts in its fight for adherents, the more destructive it is, meaning that it poses a threat to the fate of an indi-
vidual person.
Someone might object that there are, after all, charitable organizations, societies for nature preservation, animal welfare organiz- ations and others. What is so destructive about them? The fact is that they, no matter how you see it, feed on your energy and do not care about somebody else’s happiness or welfare, and this is destructive for you personally. They ask you to be merciful to others while they remain indifferent to your welfare. If this is okay with you, and you feel truly happy doing charity work, then this might be your calling, and you have found your pendulum. But, please, be honest with yourself. Perhaps you are just wearing the mask of a charitable giver. Are you actually giving your energy and money away for the welfare of others and doing it with all your heart, or are you just putting on a charity show, so that you will seem like a better person?
Destructive pendulums have taught people not to choose their own destiny. After all, if a person was truly free in his choice he would be independent. Then he wouldn’t be attrac- ted to pendulums and wouldn’t become one of their adherents. Our mind is so used to the idea that our fate is our lot in life, making it very hard for us to believe that it is possible to choose the fate that we would like to have. It is very advantageous for pendulums to keep their adherents under control. There- fore, they come up with all sorts of ways to manipulate their adherents. The following passages give clear examples of how this is done.
If you make a cult, movement or a school out of Transurfing it could also become a pendu- lum. Different pendulums vary, of course, in their degree of destructiveness. Transurfing, even in a worst-case scenario would be much less destructive than its counterparts would. This is because it does not serve some ex- ternal and general goal, but rather it exists exclusively for the good of every single indi- vidual. Therefore, such a pendulum would be very unusual, kind of like an individualist so- ciety with people who are busy focusing ex- clusively on their own individual destinies.
By the way, here is a homework assignment for you: what pendulums could be called
But why on Earth am I telling you all of this? I am doing this because I have to explain to you what it means to choose your fate and how to actually do that. Have patience, dear Reader, some of the things we’ve been talk- ing about are not that easy to get your head around, but gradually a clear picture will emerge. 

Egregor”, is a relatively recent word bor- rowed from the Greek, egeiro, which means “to be awake, to watch”. Egregor, as a word, is now being used in psychological and eso- teric literature when referring to a “thought form” or “collective group mind”. For more information see Bernstein, L “Egregor” online. 

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