We checked the traditional headline news this day. It was regretful to hear that 12 people were killed in Virginia Beach in the United States. Our condolences go out to family and friends.
There were only ten days left for Pops to complete his writing at Day 1, June 10, 2019. His consciousness was evolving rapidly and pieces of the puzzle were coming together. Just a few days prior, he was feeling the need to get others involved. Would he begin posting on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter? Would he start conversations on GeniusU? Would he create a sense of urgency saying there were only a few days left to be part of the story or just focus on the process and quiet he enjoyed with little outside influence other than what he chose to give his attention to?
The day prior, Kma and Pops took a trip to beautiful Sedona, just 90 minutes away from Prescott. It was just a day to get away for a change. They had enough points on their American Express account for a stay in a Hilton Hotel and so they said, “Why not?”
They spent their morning in the hotel sitting next to each other doing their work. They worked well as a team. They both shared the same dreams and they were constantly learning from each other. Kma kept up to date with the Williamson campaign and made a few entries. She watched the music video “Everybody Knows” by Leonard Cohen that someone had posted on the Williamson site, and after that, she found another song from Leonard called “Democracy.” She liked it and so posted it on the Williamson site. She showed it to Pops and it deeply resonated with him as well. It fit in with everything he had been writing about. Many of the videos and ideas came from Kma and Pops would include them in the writing as he vowed to write about the World Game for 180 days. Pops would include both the “Democracy” and “Everybody knows” video along with Xander’s “Sick of the Lies” song. Pops told Kma that he was enjoying his own transformation. “I knew that the Global Goals was going to be a big part, but they weren’t everything. There was that other part of Spirit and Mystery and then when Williamson started talking about God, Love and Politics, President Williamson framed it in a pratical working manner.
On their drive to Sedona, Pops drove and Kma read from her book. They made it to page 80. Along the way, Kma would underline something or Pops would ask her to reread a sentence or paragraph. The more that Pops heard from Williamson, he realized that what she was saying in her book was not about her at all. She was talking about basic principles that should be addressed not only for our nation, but for our world. During Pop’s meditation, he could see how the position of presidency is not about what the president wants, but rather what the majority wants. Pops was reminded many times that he is an advocate for the majority, not a particular presidential candidate, so he finally came to the conclusion that he only wants to see who the best male or female is to take care of what he called the “Freedom Mansion.” It was up to the president to serve the will of the majority, not his or her own agenda. Who is the majority? Is it the Democrats or Republicans or some other political party. Pops saw how it was important to focus on principles, issues, and most importantly actions rather than to focus on a political personality or political party. In his meditation notes he wrote, “If you want clean oceans and both the minority and majority want clean oceans, who do you identify with? If the democrats and republicans want clean oceans, who do you identify with. Do you say that either one is wrong because of some other issue? Do you identify with the republicans or democrats? What is the most important issue to all in this case? Isn’t it clean oceans? What if, for example, one of the beaches in California had 9,000 tons of trash on it? Who would be responsible for clean up? In this case, wouldn’t it be everyone’s responsibility? Couldn’t democrats, republicans, Muslim, Christians, Hindus, Jews, homosexuals, teachers, children, politicians, and even bankers work together side by side on the beach getting their gloves dirty for a few hours to clean it up? What an amazing team that would be! How many tons of garbage are in the ocean in 2019? It is estimated that the equivalent of one dump truck of garbage is dumped into the ocean every minute. Who is going to take a stand and stand in front of the dump truck and say “Enough is Enough?” Once everyone cleans all the millions of tons of plastic out of the ocean, what is everyone going to do with it? Who ya gonna call? Who ya gonna call? Who you gonna call? Why is it our responsibility? Why is it the responsibility of our children and grandchildren to clean up this mess?
Williamson states, “Someone who led you into a ditch isn’t usually the one who knows how to lead you out of it. So why do we keep looking backwards? ‘Seasoned Politicians’ let us into wars in Vietnam and Iraq; ‘seasoned politicians’ created the biggest wealth inequality since 1929; ‘seasoned politicians’ brought us to the brink of environmental catastrophe. Clearly, we need a new kind of seasoning.” Williamson later states, “We need to recognize that to fail our children is to destroy our future.”
As a school principal, Pops often quoted Einstein, “Imagination is more important than knowledge,” he would often say at graduation speeches. When he read Williamson’s quote, he was happy to see that she said, “With our imagination, we give birth to new realities. We can envision the world we want and then work back from there. We can imagine a world at peace, a planet healed, and all sentient beings happy. We can visualize those things and commit ourselves to their manifestation.” Williamson was speaking to Pop’s heart. He had spent much of his life imagining a better world and the last six months visualizing and creating a framework for peace for the next 1,000 years.
Pops got to a point in his writing where he was wondering “What’s next?” He had a lot of things on his mind. He glanced over at his morning notes and saw, “The focus is on the team, not the team captain. It’s up to the team captain to put focus on all the players.” Pops was reminded of the example of Afroz Shah. The team he inspired had completed an incredible task of picking up 9,000 tons of trash off the beach, which Afroz never could have done by himself. Pops thought that if he were president, every single day he would give attention to at least one of the team members of his nation or the world, just as he did on their website 2030.one. He would want to create a culture where each person was fully independent and able to thrive because of his or her ability. He would remind the people of his nation, that he is their public servant and there to carry out the will of the people, but also commander-in-chief of the military. As the people of his nation became more independent, he would slowly decrease the size of government so that people would have to pay less taxes.
Pops glanced at his notes again:
“- Is there a double standard for men and women in our culture? What are your views? If you perceive a difference, what should be done about this? (a question for presidential candidates)
“May the best man or woman win.”
“What is their version of reality? It’s the view of reality that is at stake.”
“What are the views of the other candidates? Why is there still racism? What is their solution?”
Pops had spent much of his time thinking about reality and this is why he studied so many philosophies and religions. When he and Kma went down to Costa Rica for an Ayahuasca experience at Rhythmia Life advancement centers, he obtained still another view or reality as well as when he experimented with Marijuana. He liked the fact that Williamson was talking about her experience of Marijuana in her book “A Return to Love.” She would be able to relate to much of the world because of this. She appeared in the documentary on Youtube called, “The Reality of Truth.” She is quoted as saying, “If you only identify with the realm of 3 dimensions, if you only identify with the realm of the body, if you only identify with the mortal circumstance and the mortal experience, then to that extent you are at the effect of those circumstances. Faith is standing on the conviction, standing on the knowledge on the conviction there is something way bigger going on here…If we can stand within the unreal world, the ultimate unreal that appears real that seems limited the laws of time and space and yet have faith in the realm beyond that literally invokes that realm into being.” Pops wondered about the other candidates philosophical and religious views. Do they discuss philosophy, quantum physics, or love? Since all religions and philosophies adopt the notion of the infinite, then there is a lot the every person on the planet doesn’t know about life, God, and the unseen. What is the version of the reality that the other candidates have? Do they also have the guts to openly talk about their version of reality, marijuana, Jesus, God, quantum physics, and love? Pops would love to hear their point of views. To Pops, Williamson was a much more authentic person and would be much more inclined to trust her and work for her, where he could actually proudly say, “What can I do for my country of the United States of America.”
Were the other candidates “virgins” when it came to experimenting with marijuana, Ayahuasca, or principles of Quantum mechanics? Where they well rounded or did they come from the point of view that only my country and my religion is the correct view of reality in the world?” It was Pop’s experience that in living 50+ years of different views of reality that it was only when he was able to experience Ayahuasca in a controlled setting that it brought him back into alignment with his true nature, his childlike self that was still full of wonder of the unknown. To Pops this was gold. He had found his true self that had been missing for much of his life, living in a world that is predicated on misaligned assumptions. He received a miracle from Ayahuasca, but he was not the only one who had received his miracle. There were 60+ people and Kma who went on four ceremonial journeys together and he could feel that his group had similar profound experiences. Since Rhythmia opened they had over 5,000 people from all around the world have this transformative experience, as of May of 2019.
Pops was making a collection of people who were talking about the mystery of life. These were people he felt he could trust. He felt it in their fascination and curiosity of life. Osho said there are many things we don’t know about life. Neil deGrasse Tyson and Joe Rogan also said the same thing. Pops highlighted the paragraph where Williamson, in her A Return to Love book stated,
“…Genuine insight can’t dawn on a mind that’s not open to receive it. Surrender is a process of emptying the mind. In the Christic tradition, this is the meaning of “becoming as a little child.” Little children don’t think they know what things mean. In fact, they know they don’t know. They ask someone older and wiser to explain things to them. We’re like children who don’t know, but think we do. The wise person doesn’t pretend to know what it’s impossible to know. “I don’t know” can be an empowering statement. When we go into a situation not knowing, there is something inside us that does. With our conscious mind, we step back in order that a higher power within us can step forward and lead the way.”
This was Pop’s understanding of reality. It was open ended, unknown, and mysterious. Just because one doesn’t have all the answers doesn’t mean life on Earth is going to be chaotic. In fact, Pops would never trust anyone who ever said they were all knowing and had all the answers to life. This would simply be impossible because of the infinite nature of reality. Yes, we can always learn more, but we can never know everything. And just because we do not have all the answers, doesn’t mean chaos is going to ensue. Our police departments, banks, schools, cable companies, and governments are still going to exist tomorrow, in the year 2030, 2045, and 3020.
As Pops and Kma were doing their work, Pops stumbled on a Youtube video called “Earth” by Lil Dicky. He had never even heard of Lil Dicky. He was surprised that he had 5.1 million subscribers on Youtube and his Freaky Friday video had over 509 million views. Pops had to admit, there was definitely a gap between the young and old generation. It didn’t seem that long ago that Pops was literally part of the younger generation, but time flew by and now he was beginning to find himself amongst a bunch of old people who seem to have forgotten the reason why they came to Earth. They were settling, shutting themselves inside their homes, and leaving the children of the world to have to clean up all the trash in the oceans, a problem that emerged in the generation of the old people. Of course the old people had their beautiful song of “We are the World,” but Pops realized that that song turned out to be incomplete. Yes, the old people in the song had good intentions, but what did they do about it? Was it going to be the same fate of the generation of Lil Dicky? Would the young of Lil Dicky’s generation look at that song in the year 2050 and say, “What a waste of time and hope that song was?” or will they be the generation that was actually able to do something? Better yet, could they work together with the old people, politicians, corporations and even the bankers to bring about progress? Pops had a plan for the next 1,000 years, and one till 2030, and another one until 2045. What did the other candidates have? Pops didn’t want to be president of the United States. He knew himself well and this was not the reason he came to Earth. Pops came to Planed Earth to fall in love and together with his lover, best friend, and wife they would create together the kind of world they wanted not only for themselves, but for generations to come. He loved spending time with Kma and exploring the mystery of life together.
Pops watched Lil Dicky’s video again. There was one part that Lil Dicky introduced and caught Pop’s attention. First, Lil Dicky says, “I trudged the Earth for so damn long and I still don’t know shit” Pops was happy to hear that part, and he said, “Welcome to the “I don’t know” club and into the club of wonder,” Then Lil Dicky says, “I hope it’s not a simulation…” He has a graphic of a simulation that corresponded to the line.
Pops often saw things as a simulation as he ventured out on his Shamanic Journeys and also wondered about many things. He told Kma one time “Perhaps our lives are like that of an octopus living in the sea. It is only aware of its surroundings under the water, and quite limited at that. It will never have time to explore the entire ocean in its life time. It has no idea of life above water. It doesn’t know what computers, cameras, cars, televisions, and phones are. It has no idea of all the technology that went into creating a microchip. It doesn’t know what a zebra, baboon or an eagle is. It doesn’t know about the racism, hate, and fears that exists in the minds of people. Maybe the octopus has an idea that there is something else because on many occasions it saw the dolphins disappear out of the water and reenter from a different location.” Pops felt that if life is a simulation, then it was probably something that he agreed to before coming to Earth, and once he got to Earth, all he had to do was to remind others of the nature of reality. He would just have to ask, “If it is a simulation, then why don’t we act out the best possible situation for everyone on the planet? Why don’t we at least make this into the biggest game ever played? It will only last until 2030 and if the majority of the people in the world don’t like the game, then we will stop, but if they do like it, and I believe they will, then we can play another round until 2045, and if that is successful, then our children and grandchildren can pass on the torch for the next 1,000 or 2,000 years, but they can improve it each time. Maybe they will get faster at playing it. Maybe instead of 15 years, they will be able to do each round in 7 years or less. Why couldn’t it be a simulation with a very good outcome for all of his brothers and sisters on planet Earth? The best part of Dicky’s song was near the end when he says, “So what we got this land for? What we gotta stand for?” and his team answers him back and says, “Love! And we love the Earth.”
In just over the 8 years that Pops and Kma had been together, they spent a lot of time in meditation, discussions, reading books together, and imagining a better world. They did a lot of “inside” work. They took to heart what many of the spiritual teachers said, “The Kingdom of God is within you,” “God is closer to you than your Jugular,” “You have to be the change you want to see in the world,” “from the inside out,” “Let there be peace on Earth and let it begin with me,” and many others who had the same message, and know they were beginning to see that change. It was beginning to feel like a return to love, but this time, it would be different. This time, there was a plan in place as seen on the 2030news.one (world).