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Fill Your Boots!

September 19, 2010

May I encourage you to try out the “search” box in the top righthand corner of the desktop, as a library catalogue? (The box with “Search” above it and “type and press enter” inside it.)

Simply enter a keyword, such as “pineal” or “solar warden” in the box and watch how all articles on that subject located to this site, whether “page” or “post,” come up.

I do and it works wonderfully, turning this site into a dynamic lazy susan rather than a static storage locker. It makes navigating the site quick and comprehensive.

Also, you’re welcome to reproduce any copy here. Nothing is copyright. Help yourself. No need to ask. And no need to credit me.

In fact, the various dictionaries contained at The Essays of Brother Anonymous (1) are just waiting for someone to come along and turn all that raw data into books – books on enlightenment, life after death, spirituality, galactic civilization, the Ascension, whatever attracts you. Fill your boots.

That means you don’t have to wait until you do a ton of research. The research has been done for you. Just write the book!  It’s the literature we need, not the endless labor.

Footnotes

(1) http://www.angelfire.com/space2/light11/index.html. Dictionaries on enlightenment, life after death, first contact, gender persecution, as well as dictionaries of the writings of Paramahansa Ramakrishna, Sri Ramana Maharshi, J. Krishnamurti, and Franklin Merrell-Woolf (see “Other Dictionaries of Enlightenment”), just waiting to be mined and turned into YOUR book.  (All the other dictionaries are reachable from the main page.)

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Vendo permalink
    September 19, 2010 6:10 am

    I used it last week, Steve, to find an old article I could barely remember because I read it very quickly. The search worked beautifully, an easy clear logic and chronology, … a snap!

    • September 19, 2010 7:05 am

      Great, Lawrence. I worry that people don’t know that it exists. I wish I had more functionality on my Angelfire site, which is a bit of a dinosaur.

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