Are You a Hologram?


part of: The Wanderers

by Lora of Many Generations , The Archives of Raynah

When the stories our ancestors told themselves about who they were, what the world consisted of, and human place therein became more important than the humans actually alive in the world, Truth, the Sacred, and the Good of All were removed from the present and placed somewhere else. No human was allowed to tread in that place, only the Gods or Ideals who replaced humans at the core of their own stories. It was then humans lost their way. It was then we created the misery and suffering which inevitably results from living in alienation from what one actually knows. This state of being propagates opiates of various kinds which permit its denizens to survive: rectitude, ownership, hegemony, and obsessions of various kinds….

….humans had been lost in the wasteland of alienation ( for as long as they could remember…for so long that by the end of the 20th century (Common Era) few vestiges of truly valuing the world in which we actually live remained, except in the deepest layers of our collective unconscious – ideas and beliefs shared across all races and classes of person. Those layers of human reality were fertile ground. New Dreams of what it could mean to be human were nourished. Many such Dreams were pursued at the turn of the Third Millenium of Western Consciousness. The Dream of the Way of the Wanderer and the Journey of its People were among such realized Dreams. Those who chose the Way of the Wanderer slowly learned to practice Reverence. Their enhancement of Reverent Mind allowed them to live in balance with the World That Is and Ever Shall Be. These are the Chronicles of those People.
Lora, Twilit Majz of the Fourth Generation

“We are wanderers moving quietly through the fields of culture and time, picking out the fertile seeds we find there to plant in our own individual mindgardens, succoring what leads us forward, weeding out the things that don’t work, living with all things, instead of against them….as events unfold in this manner, we will create the most amazing Mindgarden for All. One might almost call this Mindgarden Eden.”
T’Zirth, Twilit Deznahdorean of the First Generation.