“Antigravity, teleportation, time travel, energetic DNA evolution and consciousness transformation could create a world few of us ever even dreamed of.” – David Wilcock
Talk about synchronicity. How I came across this book was a synchronicity.
One of my favorite activities on the weekends is going to yard sales with my family.
This particular (near the end of August) weekend we were browsing the various goodies at a yard sale when my son told me he had to go to the bathroom.
Since we were parked near a local grocery store, I thought we could just go in there so my son could take care of business.
My son and I walked across the street and into the grocery store to find the restroom. After walking around to find it we located a sign that read; No Public Restrooms.
Great, Now I would have to leave my wife at the yard sale, which she didn’t mind at all, and drive down the road to the local ice cream shop so my son could use the restroom.
We hopped into our car and began our quest to relieve his urgent need. As I was driving to the ice cream shop, I saw the local library approaching and decided to just use their restroom since it was closer.
So, we pulled into the library parking lot, parked the car, and headed inside. While my son was in the restroom, I decided to look at the “New Releases” that were located on the shelf just outside the restroom.
As I was looking at the latest books on the shelf my eyes fixated right onto David Wilcock’s latest book: The Synchronicity Key.
I couldn’t believe it. David just announced on his blog this same week (Divine Cosmos) that his book was just released and my game plan was to eventually go to Barnes and Noble to read it.
Well, today was my lucky day because I grabbed the book and checked it out after my son was finished in the restroom.
I have been steady reading the book since I got it, and the book does not disappoint.
The book talks about the role of synchronicity in our lives and how life is not as random as it seems to be at times – as well as a bunch of other topics.
Just like David’s blog posts that are about the size of some small books, The Synchronicity Key is well packed full of years of research.
About David Wilcock
David Wilcock is a professional lecturer, filmmaker and researcher of ancient civilizations, consciousness science, and new paradigms of matter and energy.
His upcoming Hollywood film CONVERGENCE unveils
The proof that all life on Earth is united in a field of consciousness, which affects our minds in fascinating ways.
It has also been speculated that David is the reincarnation of Edgar Cayce.
What is Synchronicity?
This is what the book has to say:
The term synchronicity, as it applies to psychology, was coined by Dr. Carl Gustav Jung in the 1920’s.
Jung was a Swiss psychologist who studied under the legendary pioneer Dr. Sigmund Freud and ultimately broke away from him over a basic difference of opinion.
Dr. Freud’s perspective was much more conventional, in the sense that he did not believe in Jung’s concept of a “collective unconscious” – a fundamental connectedness that we all share within the mind, such as in dreams.
The dictionary definition of synchronicity, as it applies to psychology, is “the simultaneous occurrence of casually unrelated events – and the belief that the simultaneity has meaning beyond coincidence.”
In plain language, synchronicity is a mysterious event in which two or more things happen at the same time that seem directly related to each other, even though this would normally appear to be impossible.
In 1952, Jung published his defining work, Synchronicity: An Acasual Connecting Principle, found in Volume 8 of his collected works.
Jung believed that synchronicity was a key element of spiritual awakening. He felt that synchronicity shifted us out of egocentric thinking into a viewpoint where we see ourselves as far more interconnected with one another.
Chapters in the Book: The Synchronicity Key
Part One: The Soul’s Journey in a Living Universe
Chapter One: The Quest
Chapter Two: Cycles of History and the Law of One
Chapter Three: What is Synchronicity?
Chapter Four: Understanding the Sociopath
Chapter Five: The Global Adversary
Part Two: Entering the Magical World
Chapter Six: Karma Is Real
Chapter Seven: Reincarnation
Chapter Eight: Mapping Out the Afterlife
Chapter Nine: The Hero and His Story
Chapter Ten: The First and Second Acts of the Hero
Chapter Eleven: Facing Your Fear and Completing the Quest
Part Three: Cycles of Victory and Defeat
Chapter Twelve: Joan of Arc Rises Again
Chapter Thirteen: The 2, 160-Year Cycle Between Rome and the United States
Chapter Fourteen: Vietnam, Watergate, and the Fall of the Iron Curtain
Chapter Fifteen: The Sky Is Not Falling – Only Our Blindfolds Are
Chapter Sixteen: September 11 from Both Sides of the Veil
Part Four: Resolving The Outer And Inner Crises
Chapter Seventeen: Cycles and Prophecies at the End of the Age
Chapter Eighteen: 9/11 and the Defeat of the Cabal: The Cycle Perspective
Chapter Nineteen: History Gets a Wicked Case of Dej`a Vu
Chapter Twenty: Fomenko’s Cycles of History – and the Book of Daniel
Chapter Twenty-One: Explaining the Cycles and the Fourth-Density Shift
The book is 511 pages long and retails for $29.95 (Hardcover).
Favorite parts of the book
The book is a great read, but I have two chapters that really stood out for me.
Chapter Four: Understanding the Sociopath, and Chapter Six: Karma Is real.
What is a sociopath, according to Urban Dictionary.com?
A person with antisocial personality disorder.
Probably the most widely recognized personality disorder.
A sociopath is often well liked because of their charm and high charisma, but they do not usually care about other people.
They think mainly of themselves and often blame others for the things that they do. They have a complete disregard for rules and lie constantly.
They seldom feel guilt or learn from punishments. Though some sociopaths have become murders, most reveal their sociopathy through less deadly and sensational means.
David Wilcock, as well as many other well-known authors claims that the people who covertly control our world, manipulate events to get their desired outcome for their own selfish benefit.
Another one of my favorite authors, David Icke calls this phenomenon – Problem – Reaction – Solution.
The sociopaths that covertly run our world manipulate events in order to control society even more. They already have the solution or desired outcome they want.
The problem is they cannot just overtly do this without pissing off the people as well as looking like complete control freaks in the process.
Besides our god given rights being denied to us every day, these covert controllers do not like the freedom of information available on the internet.
So as an example, in order to get control of the internet, (Solution), they need a problem. Perhaps a staged attack on the internet by some rogue force would be enough to place limits (Reaction) on the availability of the internet.
According to Icke, this is the way these people operate.
On April 25th, 2013 – Here’s what the brave investigative journalist; Matt Taibbi with Rolling Stone Magazine had to say when a mass financial scandal leaked into public view.
Conspiracy theorists of the world, believers in the hidden hand of the Rothschild’s and the Mason’s and the Illuminati, we skeptics owe you an apology. You were right.
The players may be a little different, but your basic premise is correct: The world is a rigged game. We found this out in recent months, when a series of related corruption stories spilled out of the financial sector, suggesting the world’s largest banks may be fixing the prices of, well, just about everything.
The Libor Scandal
The Libor Scandal in which at least three and perhaps as many as 16 of the “big banks” that were “too big to fail,” have been manipulating global interest rates, and in the process messing around with the prices of upward of $500 trillion worth of financial instruments.
MIT professor Andrew Lo even said it “dwarfs by orders of magnitude any financial scam in the history of markets.”
That was bad enough, but now Libor may have a twin brother…. It should surprise no one that among the players implicated in this scheme… are the same megabanks – including Barclays, UBS, Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase and the Royal Bank of Scotland – that serve on the Libor panel that sets global interest rates.
In fact, in recent years many of these banks have already paid multimillion-dollar settlements for anti-competitive manipulation of one form or another….The only reason this problem has not received the attention it deserves is because the scale of it is so enormous that ordinary people simply cannot see it.
About 1 percent of the people in the world are sociopaths. Humanity as a whole is only just beginning to understand that there really are people out there who think, feel, and behave this way.
Breaking through the denial is a very important step for our healing on a collective level.
Sociopaths honestly do not think they are doing anything wrong – and in Law of One terms, they are practicing the path of “service to self,” also known as the path of separation.
“We remind you that the negative path is one of separation. What is the first separation? The self from the self.” – Law of One quote.
Sociopaths on a global stage, have almost no empathy for others except, perhaps, those in their own group.
Sociopaths usually have pain and trauma so deep within them that they no longer care about other people’s feelings and in fact gain great pleasure from manipulating and controlling them.
Here is a list of sociopathic traits:
- Capable of committing strongly criminal acts with no remorse.
- They are highly self-absorbed.
- They have elaborate, impenetrable defense mechanisms.
- They believe themselves to be superior to others.
- They feel entitled to many benefits and privileges that others do not enjoy.
- They may also be highly charismatic, extroverted, and attractive to others.
Many people do not notice the negative side of their personalities at first, since these traits are often very well hidden.
Sociopaths are also in a constant fight against boredom and seek thrills whenever and however possible.
In many cases, power over others becomes their preferred drug of choice – and the more of it they get; the more they want, because nothing ever satisfies the hunger inside.
People with sociopathic behaviors see morals, ethics, and conscience as weaknesses that can be exploited. They have a passionate need to be in charge, to lead the way, and to dominate others.
Maxwell C. Bridges on Sociopaths
Out of all humanity, approximately three percent of men and one percent of women are sociopaths… Such people can tell right from wrong in their behavior, but derive no unpleasant feelings when they commit the latter.
They look down on those bound by conscience. The truth is a matter of convenience to them, to be biased to their advantage….
Many of them are charming and debonair when so inclined. [And] manipulative and vicious when they can get away with it.
They can “read” like a book the body language and the facial expressions of the conscience-driven.
They can fake emotions, seek pity and affection they never feel for others, and seduce their victims before they exploit or injure them on purpose.
They use people and discard them the way you would use a Kleenex and throw it away…
Since their brains are not preoccupied by the infinite subconscious calculations of moral conscience and love, they are burdened with a semi-permanent drudgery of boredom they can only relieve by serial, risky behaviors – and elaborate manipulations (torture, humiliation, and betrayal) of their conscientious inferiors.
They usually wind up in old age alone, broke, and shunned by everyone – their family included.
Many are killed or socially crushed by a powerful protector of one of their victims, or by numerous avengers.
Very few die in their bed surrounded by people who love them.
Just a note, everyone by nature has tendencies that are sociopathic and other personality disorders to some degree.
Karma – Actions Have Consequences
The ancient Sanskrit word Karman means “action,” “effect,” and “fate.”
The meaning encompasses both action and reaction – causes and consequences.
The word karma also appears in the Hindu language, where it translates closer to the word “work” and involves the effort we make on a soul level to reunify with our highest and truest essence.
Karma is one simple word that expresses the concept of “what goes around comes around” – whatever we create is what we will experience.
Author Neale Donald Walsch refers to karma as the boomerang effect which I also agree with.
Karma is not based on punishment and it is not always a bad thing. Karma is a way to outwardly know what you’ve been thinking, and more importantly doing/being on a regular basis.
David Icke doesn’t call it karma; he refers to it as the mirror or reflection.
If you don’t like the way your hair looks in the mirror (the reflection you are getting back) you don’t comb the mirror, you comb your own hair.
Basically this means, if you don’t like the results you are receiving in the outside world, you change the reflection by changing yourself.
Karma does appear to be enforcing an absolute law, which is upheld throughout the universe – the law of free will.
If we honor and support the free will of others, we are choosing love, and if we manipulate the free will of others, we are choosing the path of control.
Everything we think, say, and do is being evaluated on an unseen level – by ourselves and by others – to see whether we are choosing love or control.
The events that happen in our lives are not random; they are the direct results of the choices we are making.
If you choose to shame, humiliate, disrespect, and demean others – to manipulate and control them for your own gain – then a very similar set of experiences will happen to you.
The people in the cabal (the dark forces of consciousness trying to control this planet) are not free from this eternal system by any means.
If you cause pain, you will feel pain.
If you choose to deny others’ feelings, then others will deny your feelings.
If you create love – even in a situation where it seems ignorant or impossible to do so – then love will indeed be returned to you.
The entire wheel of karma can be stopped through forgiveness.
These upsetting events keep repeating only until we learn the greatest teaching of the universe – that we are all one, and there is only identity.
Once you delve into this new reality and observe it happening in your life firsthand, you may soon realize that none of us are exempt from this system of accounting, regardless of whatever we may or may not believe.
After you become aware of karma and watch it play out many hundreds, if not thousands, of times in your own life, it can become quite astounding to see how stubborn and unwilling some people are to see it, even in those cases where it should be blatantly obvious.
“In forgiveness lies the stoppage of the wheel of action – or what you call karma.” – Law of One Quote
There is a whole section in this book that goes on to describe the cycles that occur on our planet. Primarily cycles having to do with wars and the falling of nations in our past.
According to David Wilcock, sometimes the same players come back via reincarnation to play the almost identical role.
Sometimes they make the right decision, often times though they fall into old patterns and repeat the same mistakes.
The same can be said for us on a personal level. If we don’t get the lesson that life is teaching us, we will be doomed to repeat it again and again.
The message is clear.
We are all one. What we call individuality or separation is merely an illusion – albeit a persistent one.
Once we remember this, and once we begin treating and loving others as we would ourselves, we will once again experience a “Golden Age” on Earth.
The biggest lesson of karma is this: If you violate the free will of any person – you will surely reap what you sow.
The title you carry, the uniform you wear, the role you are playing – the Universe doesn’t recognize it.
What you do to others will come back to you none the less.
Don’t be a zealot
The fans of conspiracy websites have become akin to religious zealots in their own way – increasingly addicted to an endlessly replenished daily diet of sarcastic, victimized, angry, and hopeless ranting’s that give them a temporary high of righteous anger.
Each new burst of “fear porn” soon bottoms out into a much harder and longer-lasting crash in which the conspiracy reader is drowning in a prison of fear, depression, paranoia, and loneliness.
This can have a terrible effect on the peace and harmony of their families as well.
Once you’ve read enough of the snarling, attacking propaganda that insists “they’re all in on it” and have reasoned that at least some of it must be true, it can be very difficult to change your mind and accept that heroes can appear within any government, military, or corporation.
Hate can be a very comfortable, even addictive place to stay.
Many of you know that I stumbled upon conspiracy information back in 2004/2005. Before that moment I didn’t really have the pieces to the puzzle to connect events in life on a World Wide scale.
I remember sharing information that I learned back then with people, and I can tell you, they were not ready to receive it. Oh, how times have changed.
Not a social event goes by that I don’t run into someone who has digested conspiracy intel.
On one level its kind of enlightening to not be the only one in a room full of people who have gone down the proverbial rabbit-hole of what’s really going on in this world.
On the other hand, I feel that some people may not have all the pieces of the puzzle yet, and may not be mature enough to respond accordingly with it.
So, as an important reminder, don’t believe everything you read or hear without doing further investigation of your own.
Because humans by nature are Repeaters.
I think this has something to do with our education system.
The teacher feeds us information, and if we retain the information and repeat it back, we are considered smart.
It seems as if everyone and everything is speeding up.
This may have to do with recent solar flare activity as well as other facets of our entire Universe.
Since we are a microcosm of the macrocosm, and as shifts in our Universe occur, we will experience internal shifts as well. Especially in the areas of awareness/consciousness.
The key is to keep yourself “cool minded” throughout the process. Don’t overreact to what is going on because karma will balance you out if you do.
The rogue element in our world is a small minority of people. Don’t let a few bad apples ruin your perception of the whole.
Forgiveness is the missing key
Forgiving the people you have felt the most strongly betrayed and offended by is never easy.
Nonetheless, forgiveness is and will always be the path to healing, even in the case of the most genuine sociopaths who have done the greatest harms.
The Law of One clearly indicates that we should draw healthy boundaries with those who try to manipulate us, but the key to breaking down the Wheel of Karma is to not feel anger or negative emotions toward them as we protect ourselves and others.
To genuinely love them, understand who they are, and see the horrors of abuse they must have gone through in their own families to end up that way, while also blocking them from doing any further harm, is the final triumph in the Hero’s Journey.
A healthy aspect of spiritual growth is forgiveness which states, the ability to not to seek revenge on someone that has done you wrong.