# The Eighth Dimension

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There are two sides to every coin, but we don’t live in a two dimensional world, do we?  When there’s an argument, they tell me that I’m supposed to look at both sides of the problem.  This is assuming that there are two sides.  When two people fight about two different points, nobody comes to a conclusion because they’re both right.

Everybody’s right.  It’s your turn to do the dishes tonight, I did them last night.  There is too a God in heaven, and he isn’t a woman.  How about that one?  You can look at both sides of the argument on that one, and nobody will ever win.  You wanna know why?

Because we live in an eight dimensional world.  There are eight sides to every problem.  If you’ve got a problem that you just can’t solve, there’s something you don’t know.  It’s neither here nor there. It’s everywhere.  The solution is out there waiting, but you have to look at all eight sides of the coin to find the answer.

Oh.  Coins don’t have eight sides?  Well…the Tetragrammaton does.

This isn’t the Tetragammaton, but it’s a diagram of the original.

It wasn’t made of gold, silver, rock, papyrus, or Bakelite plastic.  It was made of the uncreated light, the substance of the astral realm.

Before the beginning of time, there existed only the astral realm.  The astral realm is the universe that exists all around, that the human eye can’t see. Some people can see it when they sleep.  Others don’t.  But it wasn’t always that way.

When the race of man was first created, he was made of essence, just like everything else.  God created man, and then gave him a really good book to read called The Tetragrammaton that contained all the knowledge in the Universe.   This was a three dimensional diamond shaped book with four triangular sides on one half and four triangular sides on the other half. The two halves were bound together with a bright green serpentine belt.

Each triangle had a seal, and on this seal was a symbol.  If a man looked at the symbol, he would instantly know and understand all the information that that book contained.  In the astral realm everyone and everything speaks the same language.  In this realm there is no spoken world.  There was no sadness, confusion, pain or suffering.  Everyone lived in harmony with one another and there was peace throughout the world.

But then some idiot named Steve decided to line up all the seals along the serpentine belt when Mercury was in retrograde; and everyone knows that you should never do that.  Steve knew this, and he didn’t care.  The serpentine belt turned into the Kundalini.  It slithered and ripped the Tetragrammaton into pieces.

Because of Steve’s disobedience to the rules laid forth in the Tetragrammaton, the entire human race was punished and given flesh and blood in order to separate them from the more perfect spirits.

I guess you’re wondering why there’s only 7 seals on the picture of the Kundalini, and I mentioned that there should actually be eight.  The eighth seal belongs to the book of Harmony.  Steve dropped that one and it broke into thirteen pieces.  So he hid them all so he wouldn’t get into any more trouble.

Mankind couldn’t see the Tetragrammaton anymore after they all became flesh.  But certain people noticed that their bodies weren’t tightly fit against their bodies and they could still enter the astral realm if they closed their eyes and really concentrated.  It was these people who found the Tetragrammaton in the astral realm, and then wrote everything down in the corporeal realm, the realm of flesh and blood.  The only problem was, that it was extremely complicated to write everything down for everyone to understand.  An astral symbol is worth a million words.

There was another problem, in it’s original state, the Tetragrammaton was all in one piece.  You have to read the whole thing to get the full picture.  Mankind didn’t have all the pieces in the same place, and so there was a lot of confusion and nothing really made sense. Well, this one guy in Egypt once made an exact replica, but that’s another story.  Anyway,the translations are located in six different caves all over the world.  And my grandmother showed me the place where two of them were.  But that was long ago.  It’s hidden away now, and nobody knows about it, but me.

oddball fiction writer and suburban food forest gardener. I'm into debt free living and tightwadding. I have lots of money saving tips and recipes, gardening advice and interesting stories on my website www.clotildajamcracker.com I am saving up to plant a huge food forest ecosystem using permaculture and other sustainablity methods that will save the earth from the evil minions who want to cover it with shopping centers, parking lots and factories. http://clotildajamcracker.wordpress.com/ My children's books are currently available on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=clotilda+jamcracker Some of my art is available at www.redbubble.com http://www.redbubble.com/explore/clotilda+jamcracker

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1. Hmm, I think my head still hurts.
Scott

• sorry about that. you should try chewing on willow bark.

2. Thank you! Now I understand why people have problems.

3. Could you repeat this for me? lol

4. Okay……..!

5. Dammit Steve, you had ONE job….

• I know, right? Jeez, that guy…

6. Rock it. Awesome. We all follow in Steve’s footsteps.

7. Geez, I think I was Steve in a former Life. I have always pulled things apart since I was a tiny tot. Even now sometimes they break. Whoops. I wonder where I hid those pieces…… Oh my child just ate one!

8. I’m still waiting for the best of your posts to be published in a book that I can thumb through time and time again whenever I need a good wacky read

9. You only think you know.

10. I need the cliffs’ notes.

11. Right. If you draw the David’s star (the six-pointed star) as two overlapping equilateral triangles (the second one up-side-down in relation to the first one), and you connect the adjacent points of this star with six straight line segments, it will look like a frame of a tetragrammaton in 3D lying down on the table in front of you. This is exactly how the original David’s star was drawn in the ancient times. It was a symbol, not a thing. Did they know something that we don’t know? I mean, this guy, Steve? Or the guy in Egypt… SIx vertices, six line segments, six sides of the two triangles… Hmmm…

12. So if the 8th seal broke into 13 segments…is that the 13 crystal skulls supposedly hid around the world??

Yes, I’m smarter than the average bear

• I saw a documentary about the 13 crystal skulls, and was pretty amazed that there was some evidence to it.

• i wonder if this documentary was on NatGeo.. i saw a film about a famous sailor collecting crystal skulls though in the seven seas, funny film if viewed in another perspective yet did tell something like what ye just shared. i agree about the astral realm where some of us called a ‘dream’ in sleeping state, though i call it the ‘future’ cause i always get a deja vu.. somehow am lookin’ forward about that other story from that guy in Egypt

13. Hey – thanks for visiting my blog. I’m so glad you did cause now I know you’re out there. And holy moly, I think I’m in love. Love it, love it. I too am permaculturing my suburban yard as I write this. Well not really because it’s February and spring doesn’t come to Canada until sometime in May – but planning and designing. Good stuff. Looking forward to following your blog!

• “And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music”
- Friedrich Nietzsche

• YES!

• Did you know that Nietzsche had syphilis and lost his mind? No wonder I like him so much. Although, I read some of his work and found it similar to Vogon poetry from “Hitchiker’s guide to the Galaxy.”

14. It’s illegal to say that word in public in Louisiana. I know that because once while in a tavern, I tried to complement a lady on her diamond ring and I guess she had had too much to drink because she misunderstood or something and she smacked me before I even got the whole word out and then the police came and the lawyer was lousy and I won’t even begin to tell you about the jail, but did you know they still have chain gangs in that state? What? Oh yeah, well that happened to my cousin, not me. I just misspoke and stuff.

• Sounds like what happened to my cousin Dale up in Oklahoma. Southerner’s are all the same.

15. Interesting…. I just got into kundalini in this search for better health without meds.

• That’s how they lure you in to their Klan. They suck you in by offering candy, and then your hooked for good.

16. I love your blog, it is so ellaborative, my question is why don’t you do the same on my blog other than clicking on the “like” bug on occurance I post a story?\

I wished you could’ve converted your “likes” into real word;

Steven
A Puzzling View on Relationships

17. It’s love at first sight, me with you crazy lady!!

18. Interesting…

• Was it really that bad?

• No, it’s not a bad piece; rather, it’s deep (at least I think so). I actually never heard of Kundalini ’till reading it…

19. There is a lot of confusion about the lost pronunciation of the alleged name of God, YHWE. Some people think they know it, but they actually don’t. The closest, out of the well known, are: Jehovah, Yahoo, and also this guy Netan Yahu. They are close, but they are not real. The real name of God creates sound so beautiful that, upon hearing it being whispered, our hearts melt away. I am forbidden to pass it to you, but I will give you some pointers:
Y =
H =
W = VV = or
H = silent
This name is not meant to be mentioned in public. It is meant to be kept in our hearts.

20. God has intevened – I placed the sounds in brackets and they did not show up in the post. Maybe the blog had them confused with the HTML tags? Or, ….
I will use [ ] brackets, instead:
Y = [ya]
H = [ha]
WW = VV = [u] or [oo]
H = silent [h]

21. hi cotilda,

looks like you’ve been exposed to a new cool aid…

the kundalani chakras and kabalah have similar styles of articulating things.

but i have to say, the universe doesn’t actually have secrets. if things were made as clear as air, what would be seen?

that is why infinite obviation simply leads to infinite obfuscation.

but that isn’t a secret either ^_^

best,
sam

22. Reblogged this on soadhachami and commented:
Steve the idiot ruined it for all of us…..lol

23. reblogged this……

24. Just a bit different than grandma told me…….Buleah that is…….

25. I’m blown away. Is there a term for all this? Is it a religion? And who the heck is Steve? I enjoyed reading it.

26. I’m speechless. But I did enjoy this very much.

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28. I have a mild case of color blindness so I can only deal with 5 dimensions at a time so Im always at a disadvantage when it comes to the numbers Red and Green.the color red and green when they are mixed together, whatever that is, Yellow I think.

29. Yeah, relinquishing the “either/or” mentality and substituting “both/and” seems to be the key. Dualistic thinking causes sides, divergence, disagreement, argument over who’s right. It all started with the “Englightenment” — so ironic — when science predominated over mystery. But now, guess what? Even scientists are confirming that the world, right down to the tiniest atoms, is nothing BUT mystery! Love it.

30. Crazy but interesting tetra….thing. You have found the answer to those puzzling multiple sided arguments, choices, etc.

31. I understood that completely…scary! I nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award if you have the time for an award. You can check out the rules on my main website…I hope you can accept!

32. Hey, where you been??? I need some more of this “stuff”! Can you trot some more out, “pinch another one off”?

33. The two topics that cause the most arguments are: politics and religion. For me, it’s also whether they’re called Rice Krispie cakes or buns (cakes!). Anyway, stay away from those topics and you may be able to win an argument!

34. Come on, that’s awesome! I love that story!

35. Totally hooked! I’m following you now because I can’t get enough.

And thanks for the “like”

36. Loved the drawings, and the fact that you’ve honored granny’s memory by not spilling the beans! : )

37. If it helps anybody: there’s a cave under what used to be Wiri Mountain in New Zealand (they quarried away the entire mountain for the scoria it was made of) (they left the cave though) … dammit, where was I?

Oh, yes — if it’s any help to any seekers out there, the missing bits most definitely are NOT in Wiri cave. (There, that’s one off your list, you won’t have to go there now …)

Cloey (yep. Better than ‘Clot’) … why do you throw these cats among us otherwise blissful pigeons? Don’t you know that most of us would rather stay asleep? (But I love it!)

Here, have a nice ‘like’ … you’ve earned it~!

38. Where are you Clotilda Jamcracker? I am missing you so… a little worried, can you send CissyBlue a little msg.?

39. Me too, CissyBlue! You are awesome and we miss you.

40. Missing you, Clo! sending warm thoughts
Leelah

41. It’s always those damned serpents! I love the idea of sacred geometry and I’m studying it with some regularity. You transcend the clean and orderly world of physics and give us so much more. So great to see a new post from you Miss Clotilda. I believe you are a genius mind in a sweet girls’ body. I intend to keep this story forever. You rock, Clotilda Jamcracker!

42. Reblogged this on cissyblue and commented:
You can’t help but love this girl! And she always forces me to think!

43. Hello Clotilda, Your tribe is hungry for more of your blogs. When is the next one coming? Ralf

44. Great post! These seven things are the most beautiful things in the world. There are no words to describe them. When you get in them, you can’t get out! Big ocean inside …

45. I just nominated you for a LIebster award – I hope you will participate, because I can;t wait to read your answers to my questions. I do love your writing and artwork!