Recently, I have been reporting on what I like to call a “mycelium network or internet” that I theorize connects us humans to one another via specific fungal organisms that can be either beneficial (symbiotic) or detrimental (parasitical).
It is through this connection that I contend we can not only hack this network to bring knowledge and wisdom to humankind but also when used foolishly, evilness and destruction to whoever plays with the immortal dark fire that runs through its universal web and to the world wide root of our souls.
In many ancient cultures, this phenomenon was known as the “cosmic electric fire, universal life force or astral fire” to name a few. There were several Native American Tribes who described this unseen force as a type of spider web or cosmic web in which Spider Gods whose beliefs connected “the realms of light with those of darkness” through the use of webs.
33rd Degree Freemason, Manly P. Hall, had explained these ancient beliefs and in doing so, he also mentions “various parasitic growths” on plants and in certain minerals that are susceptible to this cosmic fire. Hall had written;
In like manner, animals, plants and even minerals are considered sacred, primarily because of their sensitivity to that “mysterious agency in Nature” known as “astral fire,” which we know today as electricity or even magnetism.
In fact, “various parasitic growths” in plants, and certain minerals, radium, and Lodgestone in particular, are “susceptible to this cosmic electric fire, or universal life force.”
Hall had said, “Most interestingly, during the Middle Ages, history records that magicians often surrounded themselves with “bats, spiders, snakes” and even monkeys, only because they were able to tap into their life forces. Moreover, it was believed in many “ancient schools of wisdom” that insects and reptiles “germinated out of the evil nature of man.”
Human beings, on the other hand, could gain intelligence, so hate would no longer taint the soul’s development.
Several American Indian tribes held the legend of ‘Spider Man,’ which connected the earth to the heavenly realms above through the use of its web. This idea is further supported by the “secret schools of India,” whose beliefs connected “the realms of light with those of darkness” through the use of webs.
These deities were known as “Spider Gods,” who were ruled by the “Great Spider.”
Hall concludes, “As such, the builders of this “cosmic system” were held together by threads of a web, known as the “invisible force.” (Hall, p. 87).
To further expand upon these ancient teachings of the universal life force and the spider web of the Native Americans, I would like to put forth modern research showing the modern science that further explains these teachings along with my modern fungi mycelium network theory.
Research that may one day prove that this universal life force which I simply call a mycelium internet on earth actually connects to the heavens via what scientists call today a “cosmic or galaxy filament” – the largest known structures in the universe.
Structures that are starting to reveal the secrets of “Dark Matter.”
It was in January 2014 when scientists were able to take an image of the cosmic filament close up to identify its mycelium like structure.
Researchers state that computer simulations suggest that matter in the universe is distributed in a “cosmic web” of filaments, as seen in the image above from a large-scale dark-matter simulation.
Scientists are finding that these cosmic filaments are massive thread-like web formations comprising huge amounts of dark matter which divide the universe into a vast gravitationally linked lattice interspersed with enormous dark matter voids.
The clusters and superclusters which connect to form filaments in the web due to gravity which researchers say make our Universe appear like foam or a sponge and may act as the skeleton of the Universe.
It is thought that this dark matter dictates the structure of the Universe on the grandest of scales.
There’s a network of invisible filaments across the universe, creating a previously unknown order to all the galaxies: Small ones are aligned with it, while big ones flip & turn sideways. https://t.co/n13AGzDIoM pic.twitter.com/bCmUsIkV3B
— Corey S. Powell (@coreyspowell) November 18, 2019
In 2016, Hungarian researchers discovered what they call the fifth force of nature which was a new type of boson in “the decay of an isotope of beryllium.” The scientists claim that it may solve one of the greatest mysteries of the universe which is dark matter.
What caught my attention in reading this research is the fact that the scientists found this new force in “the decay” of an isotope of beryllium. The word decay signifies something that is dead and rotting which would indicate that several microscopic organisms such as fungi would be eating this dead matter in order to absorb its carbon body and remaining nutrients.
If you Google the meaning of decay, you are given this description: “(of organic matter) rot or decompose through the action of bacteria and fungi.”
When I read this modern science of the fifth force found in decaying and rotting matter, it reminds me of the ancient story of the life that sprung from the rotten mud spoken about in The Theology of the Phoenicians from Sanchoniatho. It was translated by the 2nd century Christian Bishop and Church Historian, Eusebius of Caesarea who said that Sanchoniath wrote the truest history about the Jews.
Eusebius had translated;
“He supposes that the beginning of all things was a dark and condensed windy air, or a breeze of thick air and a Chaos turbid and black as Erebus: and that these were unbounded, and for a long series of ages destitute of form. But when this wind became enamored of its own first principles (the Chaos), and an intimate union took place, that connexion was called Pothos: and it was the beginning of the creation of all things.
And it (the Chaos) knew not its own production; but from its embrace with the wind was generated Môt; which some call Ilus (Mud), but others the putrefaction of a watery mixture. And from this sprung all the seed of the creation, and the generation of the universe.
Once their findings have been thoroughly pored over, we may finally have a solution to the long-standing and often bemusing problem of accounting for dark matter which makes up the vast majority of the universe and is believed to be responsible for some truly baffling behavior among the stars.
Now, let me turn your attention from to the stars down here on earth to take a microscopic look at the massive underground networks of fungi (molds) in the soil and our bodies that look almost exactly the same as Cosmic Filament.
Interestingly, these fungi are also known as networks of filaments that trade carbon for the eternal light-bringer we know is science by the Greek name – Phosphorus and in Latin, Lucifer.
Please keep in mind that as you read my research, NASA found fungi AKA Toxic Mold growing on the walls of the International Space Station (ISS) and other fellow cosmonauts in the International space community such as in Russia and Germany have reported that fungi/molds have been found growing in the most inhospitable conditions.
In fact, scientists are finding these fungi/molds as high as 33,000 feet in the air.
Here is an explanation of this ongoing research by the Space Microbiology Research Group ;
When identifying what “space microbes” were contaminating the ISS, two main fungal genera are dominant: Aspergillus and Penicillium. These are most commonly known as mold, which has been found growing on the walls, windows, air filtration systems, water and urine systems, and even lettuce that was grown onboard the ISS.
Additionally, filamentous fungi like P. rubens and A. niger can also form biofilms. Fungal biofilms are one of the main causes of infections and can be found on our teeth, in industrial water systems or on medical instruments, such as catheters. But, they can be useful and good, too! Filamentous fungi are also the main producers of antibiotics, vitamins and food supplements in the biotechnological industry nowadays.”
They conclude, “Understanding how filamentous fungi grow and colonize the ISS and other enclosed habitats such as hospitals will help us monitor, control and use them to their full potential, both on Earth and in space.”
Let us look again to the Stars with this recent image showing the cosmic filaments with a blue light or gas running horizontally through its structures.
The white dots located within these filaments are said to be active star-forming galaxies that are “being fed by the filaments.”
According to a video by HubbleCast and host Dr. J. Astronomers, theories of cosmic evolution suggest that galaxy clusters form where filaments of the cosmic web meet, with the filaments slowly funneling matter into the clusters.
This seems to further validate Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity which says that the path of light is bent when it passes through or near objects with a large mass.
So my question is “What bends the light and why do they do it?”
Thinking further about this question makes me rephrase it to “Who or what takes the light from one source and gives it to another and why do they do it?”
Turning back to modern space science, experts state that these filaments of the cosmic web are largely made up of dark matter which are invisible with the naked eye, but their mass is enough to bend the light and distort the images of galaxies in the background, in a process they call “gravitational lensing.”
The team has developed new tools to convert the image distortions into a mass map.
GNOSTIC WARRIOR CONCLUSION
Either way, my understanding always seems to lead to Gurdjieff’s conclusion that we all are, Food for the Moon.
A symbiotic relationship in which we human mushrooms must give our masters in space via the cosmic web the knowledge and light they seek to form a symbiotic relationship with our alien hosts. If we do not provide them with the sustenance they require, they turn hostile and the relationship morphs into an alien invasion upon our souls which leads to a parasitic death spiral of madness, illness, and disease.
When I look to our beautiful earth being destroyed by man-made industry as we pollute the heavens above, it seems that we have yet to understand the true laws of this symbiotic relationship in which the filaments that run through our bodies, the ground and into space are all connected. I believe that a serious violation of these immortal laws may equate to a death sentence for humankind who could be doomed for destruction by the very unseen forces that science is just starting to understand.
As Nietzsche had prophetically written, “If you gaze long enough into an abyss, the abyss will gaze back into you.”
With that said, maybe instead of surfing the light of Dark Matter via the cosmic filaments to space and beyond like I do in my wildest Gnostic dreams, we are in the next process of our (their) evolution that will speed up this process into the abyss.
One in which I would like to take Gurdjieff’s theory a step further that if we do not change our ways, we may as well call this next stage, “Fast Food for the Moon.”
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