30 Nov 2015 Keshe Foundation 89th Knowledge Seekers, Alchemy and Equivalent Exchange

Hello all – hope this finds you doing well as you read this.  Thank you for coming by to visit!

I’m doing pretty well so far today.  The little monsters have been walked (40 degrees wet and gray but had to get them out or suffer the consequences…you dog owners know what I’m talking about) and the laundry is almost done.  I got a couple notes in the mailbox and the cards/checks for the charities we are donating to in lieu of gifts are waiting for Kyle to get home to sign. Its pay day so all is in balance…what comes in goes back out lol!

I can’t believe it’s already the end of November, another Thanksgiving celebrated and now it is on to Christmas!  Then there is New Year’s and the whole circus begins again!  It always seems like so much gets crammed into the first part of the year.

Here we get long, about 2,000 plus words long.  If you feel like doing what I sometimes do when I see so many words and end up skimming for key points….come back or save this so you can read it later. 

So for the past couple of days, incrementally, I’ve been watching the 26 November broadcast of the 89th Knowledge Seekers Teaching for the Keshe Foundation.  The first part was mostly Mr. Keshe talking about the steps they are going to be taking to call out those, apparently 25 people Belgium, who have made serious threats against a foundation member.  They hacked into the Keshe Foundation computers and now they are turning the tables on these people.  Pretty much Mr. Keshe and the Foundation are going to make life very miserable for these people – billboards, postings of EVERYTHING about them on the internet to include family member names, addresses, and phone numbers.  I wouldn’t want to be these people!

The way I felt hearing this was even though they aren’t making threats to physically harm, maim or kill anyone, they are kind of opening things up for someone else to do it in their name?  It may not be Mr. Keshe’s motivation but this is a form of revenge and revenge doesn’t usually have positive outcomes.  Especially with the sort of people doing the types of things they’ve done against people like the foundation member.

Ultimately the Keshe Foundation has to handle these matters how they see fit.  In many ways, I feel the way they are doing things is extremely thorough and thought out.  For example what he was talking about with buying shares to the Foundation.  Anyone who wants to buy shares and has family affiliated with arms/weapons/military cannot purchase them (if I got this straight).  He doesn’t want, which typically happens with technology like this, to end up in the wrong hands.  Especially places that will try to profit and manipulate it for the purpose of war.  Smart thinking Mr. Keshe!

It was around the 2 hr. 47 minute point of a 3 hr. 40 min or so presentation that we got to see pictures and video of working unit’s people have put together around the world.  Sousan Alexanders setup (the first they show) was done in such a way to be a very good teaching model.  She labeled everything so people like me can see how it all goes together.  She has her videos on You tube.

http://blueprint.keshefoundation.org/ – takes you straight to what appears in the video

The Keshe Foundation and those in the field working on building units are learning a lot of new things along the way.  One thing he mentioned, and I was happy about this, was they are finding when you Nano coat with heat, like a butane flame, the power output results are better.  I had a problem from the beginning with using caustic to Nano coat the coils. 

Another big finding is they have found the closer the inner and outer coils for each level of the stacker are put together, the better power output you get also.  I may need to consider buying a butane torch when I actually attempt to assemble a unit.  Using a fire from the bbq smoker didn’t work very well and wasn’t real safe.

I was excited to hear that more and more people are putting together literature for others like me in the field who would like a more from start to finish education on a basic unit.  He doesn’t want us to just copy what has been done but to “play” and to “experiment”.  I agree with him but I think being able to put together a working system first and THEN experiment would be most sensible.  The systems are being refined and perfected each day it seems and I’m kind of surprised anything is leaving the factory just yet if they don’t have a “sure thing” yet.  This is an evolving technology and inputs are coming in moment by moment.

He mentioned, towards the end, about creating water (H20) using plastic bottles and I had a problem with this.  Plastic bottles are a huge form of pollution on this planet and petroleum based (benefits the fossil fuel industry).  Once again, we are using something bad to try and make something good?  Is this an exchange like in alchemy?

I’d like to venture into exchanges in a moment….

Towards the very end he went into something I found interesting about what it takes for a human being to survive.  He said we need approximately 1600 calories of “matter” and 10,000 calories from the environment we live in, ambient energy/gases.  He described humans as sponges in a pool of gases we absorb to live.  So 20% matter consumption to 80% ambient energy is the ratio he gave us.

For some time now I’ve been advocating more understanding of the work of Dr. Wilhelm Reich, the man who discovered bions….orgone….the life energy and could actually show it under a microscope.  He could see it in the atmosphere as I and many others can – people who see auras and energy fields around people for example.  I cannot really see auras but I see the “white dots during the day and dark blue/purple dots of the night” that I think of as the energy soup we all live in.  The air we breathe is this energy soup.  So when Mr. Keshe talks about the ratio of matter and ambient matter human needs to consume to survive, I tie all this together.  It helps me visualize and make sense of it.

Anyhew….alchemy…the “exchanges”

What is alchemy?


Alchemy is a philosophical and protoscientific tradition practiced throughout Egypt and Eurasia which aimed to purify, mature, and perfect certain objects.[1] [2][n 1] Common aims were chrysopoeia, the transmutation of “base metals” (e.g., lead) into “noble” ones (particularly gold); the creation of an elixir of immortality; the creation of panaceas able to cure any disease; and the development of an alkahest, a universal solvent.[3] The perfection of the human body and soul was thought to permit or result from the alchemical magnum opus and, in the Hellenistic and western tradition, the achievement of gnosis.[2] In Europe, the creation of a philosopher’s stone was variously connected with all of these projects.

I’ve been thinking a lot about this craft and my body.  There are things I want to change about myself physically and all this talk about “mind over matter” with Keshe technology has rekindled something I’ve been interested since I was very young…changing things by thinking about changing them.  As a teen I can remember seeing and hearing about a man who could heal his own wounds just with his thoughts and being intrigued and trying it for myself through the years (no I can’t look at a cut and close it right away!)  This is probably why I got so interested in energy healing methodologies like Quantum Touch.  Imagine being able to heal a cut, burn, broken bone etc. just by concentrating on it?


A couple of years ago my husband and I watched an Alchemy themed anime called Full Metal Alchemist: http://fma.wikia.com/wiki/Alchemy.   Part of the plot synopsis:

Edward and Alphonse Elric live in the rural town of Resembool with their mother Trisha and their father Van Hohenheim, the latter having left home for an unknown reason. When Trisha dies of the plague, the brothers perform the forbidden alchemic technique of human transmutation in an attempt to resurrect her. Consequently, the transmutation backfires and in law with equivalent exchange, Edward’s left leg and Alphonse’s entire body are destroyed. Edward sacrifices his right arm to rescue Alphonse’s soul, binding it to a suit of armour with a blood seal. Edward is invited by Roy Mustang to become a State Alchemist to research a way to restore Alphonse’s body. Edward succeeds, becoming the Fullmetal Alchemist, the title based on his prosthetic automail limbs.

The prevelant message woven throughout the story was this:

Equivalent Exchange

This article is about the law in alchemy. For the DVD volume, see Volume 3: Equivalent Exchange.

The mystical practice of alchemy to create objects out of raw matter or turn one object into another is widely believed to be capable of anything – indeed alchemy is often viewed as magical or miraculous by those unfamiliar with the craft – but it is a science and as such is subject to certain laws and limitations, all of which fall under the concept of Equivalent Exchange (等価交換 Tōka Kōkan): “In order to obtain or create something, something of equal value must be lost or destroyed.”

Mind you, this is a fictional rendering of the craft of Alchemy but this particular concept resonated with me because it had come up before in the HBO television series Carnivale.  If any of you have seen it: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carniv%C3%A0le you will remember this similar concept was there too.  The main character Ben Hawkins, played by Ben Stahl, had the gift of being able to heal and bring dead things (people, animals etc) back to life.  There was a “catch” to this gift….always a price…”there’s rules boy, when you give life you gotta take it from something else.”  In the first episode he healed a little girl so she could walk again but afterwards he killed an entire field of grass….huge, spreading black circle of death.

go to 1 min 48 is scene to see what I’m describing:

So this brings me back to my personal query of my own “transmutation”.  Can I simply offer what I don’t want in exchange for getting what I do?  Or is there a bigger “payment” required and if so, is it worth it?

Interestingly as I’ve begun to contemplate manifesting change in my body and my intuition has lead me to try a few things to help with this.  The deal though, is it’s taking me using tangible things a.k.a “matter” in order to meet my objectives.  For example, I have been unable to just think about the brown spots on my face going away.  Thus far, I have had to apply a cream, drink more water, use lemon juice or consider going to a dermatologist for a laser or face peel treatment.   Mr. Keshe and Dr. Reich seem to suggest we can use ambient energy to create matter…to manifest reality.  Is it possible I can get rid of brown spots just thinking about it by ingesting ambient matter (breathing?)  This method hasn’t worked yet so what am I doing wrong?

Is it even possible to get nothing for something? 

For a long time I’ve “attempted” to provoke change though intense thinking, prayer and meditation.  What usually happens is there ends up being a tangible catalyst and then manifestation.  As of yet, I am unable to turn a light on without physically going to the switch and flipping it.  I want to be able to do this to prove I can have power over matter.  I want to be able to heal myself and others by just thinking about it.  People in the holistic community I am involved in claim to have the power to heal or help others heal like this but the people they help still get old, still get sick and they still die.  The same thing happens to them.

The outcome I desire for someone I’m praying for whose sick or dying isn’t always what actually happens.  People still get old, still get sick, and still die.….it’s that “greater good” thing.  God or whatever name you use to “label” the “force” that binds us all, seems to “know” what the best outcome is in these matters.  This intelligence seems to have a level of both hindsight and complete foresight us peons of any sort (guru/master/healer/priest/pastor, priestess and so on) could ever conceive of having.  I’ve had to learn (the hard way many times) when I pray for the well-being of others I have to do so without expectation of outcomes or I’m often disappointed!  I’ve had to admit to myself I just don’t know what is best!

It seems there are rules about these things!  The circle of life, the laws of nature and so on.  How do these long standing  philosophies about existence fit into what I’ve learned in the past and just recently from the Keshe Foundation?!

So back to Mr. Keshe and plasma technology…..

Mr. Keshe has brought us technology to make pens that can be used to help heal people and energy systems to power our homes without wires.  Everything I’ve seen and heard so far about this research and technology requires “something” for “something.”  He has hinted many times he is trying to take us to a level of “nothing” to get “something” but right now we are being given “training wheels” to this path.   When we get beyond the training wheels I can’t help but wonder what will be required of us to get so much from nothing?

I have hope in Mr. Keshe, his foundation and all those around the world who are discovering and sharing so much.  We shall see where it goes.  For now the exchange is knowledge and experience.


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