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Food for The Moon

: We Live in a World of Lies, Deception and Suffering – June 2024 |

What is this realm we live in? Is reality really reality?

Mother Nature is an uncaring force, there is no love from her, she simply doesn't care who lives or dies. Suffering is the only truth if we choose to accept this observation. That doesn't mean we have to follow the mantra of this behaviour, being authentic is the only reality we have, giving to help humanity the only actions that brings true meaning of life. Like any predator nature will draw you in with scenic views and beautiful plants only to draw the very life blood from you. The Darkside follow this Darwinist religion which is then inserted into us all for our entertainment. 

Food for The Moon

The concept of humanity being “food for the moon” originates from the teachings of G.I. Gurdjieff, a spiritual teacher who lived in the early 20th century. Gurdjieff believed that all organic life on Earth, including humans, animals, and plants, is food for the moon and is controlled by its mechanical influence.

According to Gurdjieff, our existence is part of a large magnetic field constantly pulling and feeding the moon. Whatever we do, whatever choices we make, and however long we live, we will eventually be consumed by our surrounding atmosphere for the sake of the moon's vitality. He stated that “We are like the moon's sheep, which it cleans, feeds and sheers, and keeps for its own purposes.”

Gurdjieff's idea of the moon's control and use of organic life on Earth is unique to his Fourth Way teaching. He believed that the moon is somehow feeding on humanity and that without the moon's need, there would be no organic life or a very different one on Earth.

While some polytheistic religions and mythologies, such as Etruscan, Greek, and Hindu, have partial correlations with the concept of the moon being the repository of the finer bodies of man or the storehouse of soma (an elixir of immortality), they do not equate man to the status of domesticated sheep under the moon's mechanical control.

Many have interpreted “food for the moon” as a metaphor for humanity's mechanical conditioning and feeding of our baser impulses. The concept suggests that we are unconsciously part of a larger cosmic cycle, constantly being consumed by the moon for its own purposes.

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Source: [SF178] Dom & Chris Chat With Master Lee


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