Rock and Roll Jesus Part One: Anti-authoritarian, political emancipator, and revolutionary liberator

For sociologists, Jesus Christ and the associated Catholic Church are generally seen are regressive, conservative, and authoritarian. While the Church may certainly be all these things, Jesus Christ was, arguably, not. Detailed exegesis of Christian gospels reveals not a passive shepherd of sheeple, but a mission oriented revolutionary that is neither conservative, gentle, nor passive. In the bible, Jesus is an impassioned and committed revolutionary set on progressive social change and fundamental revision of elite power structures.

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Fight from the Inside

A song from one of my favorite bands, Queen. This song is a criticism of A-list celebs and musicians. You know, the kind of folks who get their “picture on a teenage wall.” As Roger Taylor suggests, their hands are tied (they are indoctrinated). They think they are gonna “set things to rights” (or at least that is what they tell themselves), but they are just another “money-spinner tool,” of the ruling elites. “Just another fool.” Awesome song, Roger.

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The Trouble with Atheists

Atheists reject human spirituality outright, believing that we are nothing more than the cells of our physical body. But atheists reject human spirituality based on limited knowledge and perspective, specifically the rejection of “Church God” and the elite ecclesiastical institutions which propagate it. But there is more to human spirituality than the institutionalized elite esoteric/exoteric spirituality of western religious institutions. Atheist or not, this “something more” is something worth looking at.

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Spiritual Poetry

Rise Up

An earthquake is coming, as the people rise up.
As we all embrace love, as we drink from the Cup.
It won’t be debacle, we won’t all blow up.
But an earthquake is coming, now it’s time to wake up.

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I wish I could write something a little more uplifting and joyful. But when you look at the world, you just want to say, no more.

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First Born

I see you there, in your high places. I see you there, sitting on throne I see you as you erase all the traces I see you as you toss dog a bone. I see you in election of Trump sir. And in attempt to turn France back, monsieur. In the rejection of all that is science,...

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And God Says

This is a little ode to connection, to the path that leads us there, and to the requirements for full planetary transformation. It’s a recognition of the still temporary and transient (but hopeful) nature of connection for most, and a vision of a future of permanent mass global connection.

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I want to say

A lament for the horrible conditions of the planet and all its disconnected people. A warning that the time is short. A plea that you realize that deep inside is you is You!

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The Show

It’s not about karma, it’s not about punishment, and it’s certainly not a cosmic test. Don’t you know? It’s all about ascension.

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The Great Awakening

Gets you started on the
right path back home

Thank you, Michael. I have read … two books and have just ordered two more. Having been “on the Path” since the early 70′s, these books put everything together for me like no other information I have come across. And, trust me, I have read hundreds of books

Jeweline B.

Your writing reminds me much of Thaddues Golas, Helena Blavatsky, A.S. Raleigh, and all the other spiritual heavyweights, not to mention all the big religious texts that have entertained all the world religions. Thanks for the writings


Michael, I have been reading your books for a little over a year now and frankly I’m in total awe. I haev never seen anything as clear and enlightening as this. I am very grateful to have connected with this Creation

Joel B

I am head over heals in love with the LP Material! I am in shock and awe at times over the power that lies within this material to transform our lives. I believe in the Lightening Path! The difference it has made in my life is incredible!


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