Tuesday, September 25, 2018

"The owl isn’t important" gleaned from hypnosis


I was in Los Angeles in August and did a hypnosis session with abduction Researcher Yvonne Smith. A few things came up, yet there is some stuff that I'm not ready to share. I need to process it a bit more before sharing.

Before the we began I told to Yvonne to bring up the subject of owls at some point during the session. I requested that she ask me, “What is the meaning of the owls?” Near the end of the session she did exactly that, and below is a (slightly edited) transcript:
Yvonne: What sense do you get about your connection with owls?

Mike: I get that the owl isn’t important. The owl is like a symbol, or like a sign on a door. It’s just a sign on a door and what’s behind the door is what’s important.
For a few moments I don’t much say, all I did was mumble and stammer. I was struggling to say something and spoke in fragments about being and artist and that I understand something—then there was an abrupt change, and I began speaking very clearly.
Mike: I understand how people take in a story, and how they need a symbol or a sign on the door. But the owl is meaningless to what is on the other side of the door. It’s just the doorway that’s important. The owl is the right symbol for the door. We are on this side, and EVERYTHING else is on that side of the door. There is a LOT more! We are in this little tight hallway here, and on the other side of the door is this vastness!
Yvonne asked me about owls and my response was that owls are not important. That was NOT the answer I expected.

The imagery I got during the session was a long narrow claustrophobic hallway with a lot of doors. It was drab like something in a cheap hotel. There a picture of an owl thumb-tacked to a door, and it's flung open to reveal a scene of infinite space. It a sort of corny special effect like something out of a Dr. Who episode. The doorway revealed an expansive view out into some timeless multi-layered galaxy.

I used the term vastness, and was trying to express something limitless. I think I was trying to describe something akin to God.

As I spoke the words, I had the feeling I sometimes get while writing. It was like, “Hey, this is good!” Right in the moment I had a kind of knowing that this was really good stuff.
EXTRA: The idea that owls aren’t important plays out as something similar to what Dr. Leo Sprinkle told me during my 2011 interview with him. He spoke about UFOs as a signpost. The post itself isn’t all that interesting, it’s just a stick of wood jammed into the ground. It’s the sign that is important, ‘Bridge Out’ or ‘Wrong Way’ are important signs. He said, UFOs are not important, they are only signposts—it is the sign that's important.


Chris said...

Speaking of signs. Here's a doozy. Signs come before events or destinations but they don't come too far ahead. It has now been a year since this sign. Will we arrive at the "destination" shortly? Not sure but I think so though I am pretty sure all the folks hoping to be raptured (and leave us other slobs behind) will be disappointed! Anyway - here's the sign - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSqPiR2EK2s

Anonymous said...

I do not feel that the owl has been proved to be not important ..but rather that the owl is like you say ..a messenger.. and in being a messenger the owl is like an angel .. totally objective. Have you ever seen an angel ..or attempted to communicate with one? I have ..and the angel just is .. will not answer at times..which can be frustrating for our human side.. but they simply appear.. and guide.
This ..I feel ..is what the owl does. The owl knows and senses change but does not judge it .. it simply appears at these times.
It is human nature to judge and categorise things as good or bad..the owl simply knows about shifts in frequency.
Like you say ..tbe owl is like a signpost..

Anonymous said...

Hi Mike

I have both of your books. A book taken from the blog would be great.

I wonder if what you and many others are stumbling towards is the idea that ALL the phenomena that we call 'anomalous' merely highlight that what we call 'our consensual reality' is only a tiny tiny fraction of an unimaginably huge whole which has many names but which transcends language. Even mainstream physics is drifting in this direction. Occasionally some of us are granted, or chance upon, a glimpse into that greater reality. I doubt anyone really understands, or could understand what they experience, but the work is to try right?

Keep doing that work.


Red Pill Junkie said...

I think you said so in your book: The owl is like a cosmic alarm ring meant to 'wake up' certain individuals. In that sense, once you hear the alarm near your bed and open your eyes, nobody TAKES the alarm clock with them and carry it around to wherever they go. Once it served its purpose, the clock is meant to stay just where it is.