The recent months and years of my life have been spent in deep contemplation. I have studied as much as possible from as many different sources as are available. It had become apparent to me that the most fascinating questions cannot be answered, let alone even asked, by specializing in one field alone. Attempting to synthesize broad amounts of data from thousands of years of histories and beliefs can be rather difficult, but the knowledge that can be gleamed is well worth the effort. This journey through the collected information of the world has led me to some “non-traditional” views and beliefs.
This particular story starts some months ago with a renewed interest in politics. Since I first registered to vote some years back, I have been a Republican. I am a believer in minimal government, non-interventionism, and personal freedom. The problem was that no candidate proposing those things was ever offered to me, and as such, I had not been able to vote. I do not believe in choosing between two evils, as there is no “lesser” in my mind.
But then along came Ron Paul.
I was fascinated with this man, his ideas, and most significantly the spirit that he was able to awaken in the hearts of people all around the world. In a fit of inspiration, I penned some predictions for the future and sent them to Lew Rockwell, the famous libertarian scholar. He omitted some of the more controversial and long-term predictions and posted the article on his website as The Political Earthquake.
Almost as soon as the article was published, emails started flooding my inbox. People from a wide range of locations, professions, and beliefs reached out to me. Some gave me suggestions for future articles, others told me stories, and a few thanked me for putting words to that which they felt deep down, but could not express. It was an overwhelming feeling to have been able to affect so many people.
I continued to write about my visions for the future and my analysis of the past, but nothing was able to affect as many people so intimately as my thoughts on Ron Paul. This became ever more evident a few weeks later when I searched the internet for the article I had written and saw that my words had made their way to the many corners of the information universe. But it was not because I am a good writer, prescient, or an astute political analyst. To quote the man himself, “It’s the message!”
So I attempted to explore the message and how it has appeared throughout the ages. The history of humanity is full of mystery, especially as we are only left with only a few relics and artifacts. The average human is left out all together in many instances, as they were slaves, and mostly an afterthought. For most of our time on the earth, the collected wisdom of the ages has been guarded from public view. Although the internet has started to swing the advantage in our favor, institutions like the Vatican keep a tight grip on the assuredly controversial texts in their possessions. When the Dead Sea Scrolls were unearthed in the last century and forced into the public sphere, our understanding of Christianity needed a complete rethinking.
In Kabbalah, the Torah is studied at many different levels to achieve incredibly deep and secret understandings of the nature of God. As the Jews had long been persecuted, they were forced to hide these teachings in coded texts, lest it be used in ways considered unfit (sound familiar?) Even though most of us speak English, have limited access to unadulterated religious texts, and lack the time and will to devote to pure study, we should still look at the stories and scripture we have with a more discerning eye as they are rife with meaning.
Thus began my own continual reanalysis of the world around me. I considered the nature of evil and what causes people to act against their human(e) natures. Patterns began emerging as I saw how easily corruptible man truly is under certain circumstances. Next, I looked at the literal, symbolic, phonetic and hidden significance of three letters: X, Y, and Z. As most will not have the chance to read all 4 pages of the study (if you do - the meat is at the end), one of the discoveries I made while considering this topic was that the pronunciation of “Xy” is a very important clue to understanding religion and existence.
For example, “Xy Zeus” = Jesus, “Xy O la Xy” = Geology, “Xy Netics” = Genetics, and “Xy” = Z. Although these assertions might sound ludicrous to the amateur observer, they actually make more sense when we consider the very nature of the spoken word as compared to written language. There is much that is “lost in translation.”
What never occurred to me until later was to try putting “Xy” before my own name. When I did, I came up with “Xy Kyle” or “Z Ky L.” This name should sound familiar to anyone who has studied the Bible or seen Pulp Fiction.
Interestingly, one of the emails I received after writing about Ron Paul had asked me to write about Ezekiel, but I had not yet made enough connections. Ezekiel was a prophet who one day came across a pile of dead bodies. He stopped to ponder upon the bodies and God/Allah came upon Ezekiel and asked him if he would like to see the dead brought back to life. Ezekiel, of course, said yes and God/Allah told him that all he had to do is command the bones to rise and come back to life. Ezekiel did so and the bones rose up in unanimous praise of God/Allah. Most scholars do not consider this a literal story and offer it as metaphor or prophecy.
Prophecy is something that has been studied by people in power throughout the many phases of humankind. Armageddon is often the most widely discussed topic, especially when the world is in peril. All prophets foresaw it. They all described it. And it sounds eerily a lot like right now. We can see what man has done to this Earth and her inhabitants and the future looks grim for many. But there are a variety of interpretations as to what to expect for the eventual outcome of all of this violence and hatred. (That’s why it is a good prophecy!)
As astrology is the source of much of the information used by prophets, I began to look more closely at stars. They have played an integral part of every person’s life since birth. Stars are all over the products we buy, the clothes we wear, the flags of our Fathers, our night’s sky, and of course our day’s sky. Needless to say, the cycles of those pretty lights shining in the sky correlate very strongly with the events that play out here on our beautiful planet. Never before one to “read my horoscope,” I had not considered how much being born under the sign of Scorpio had influenced my life. Nor had I understood the implications of being represented by Pluto in our solar system and the Hanged Man and Death in the Tarot.
With an eye on the stars and a mind on the future, I decided to look at a video on Youtube, Surviving 2012 and Planet X (link – not needed) The film explains how for many years scientists have been trying to find the body in our solar system that is disrupting the orbits of our planets and making. In this vein of research, Jupiter, Neptune, and Pluto were all discovered. But the calculations were still off. In comes Planet X.
Conveniently, Pluto was recently demoted from being a planet, so Planet X will be the 10th body of our solar system. But we already know about the return of X as it had caused the Great Floods and Deluges of the past. This is when the war of the gods takes place as lightning bolts are hurled from the sky, fires boil up from hell, and angels fall from heaven. This heavenly body might well be Shiva the Destroyer, Jesus (the son of the Sun), and even Lucifer the Fallen Angel (Star). The sun meeting with its shadow could be the greatest example of Gog and Magog.