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Truth defines the fabric of authenticity. While scientists examine squares and alchemists enter circles hoping repeatability will present authentic 'truth', in reality this form of truth recycles layers of the past; including mistakes. I have discovered that it's critical to practice discernment in the search.

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As we swirl out the far end of the life tornado, truth will always have been part of the experience. While some of us stumble bumble into truth, there are those one in a million gifted individuals with vision to understanding universal accuracy.  These are the 'truthly gifted'.  They find more than a preferred version of reality. 

If we are fortunate in the search, we will encounter one of those individuals who will show us the way.  In the mean time, faith, facts, intuition, heart, free will and intelligence remain as options for finding truth as we travel life's journey.

I enter the circle of 3 in my search for enlightenment. This circle stimulates the right and left brain functions of the mind when seeking answers:

Is this a person?

Is this a place?

Is this a thing? 

My right brain doesn’t necessarily need the answers as it uses creative energy to process the facts. But my left brain has to know how to categorize events. The circle helps me remain objective.

I’ll use an example that fascinates me: the New Hampshire Mystery Stone.  My creative right brain loves this mysterious piece of art. My analytic mind pushes to understand its origins and its meaning.  So, I solve the objection of my left brain logical mind in the circle of 3.  This is how it works for me.

The Mystery Stone is a sense quartzite shaped into a small goose egg; making it a ‘thing’. One side of this stone has the carved image of a face.  First ponder of the image points to a 'person'. The left brain 'process' needs to know who it represents while the right brain justs likes to imagine who it is.  On the same stone there is an image of a dwelling that looks like a tee pee and just below it is a circle. The left brain automatically registers the option of a ‘place’ such as a community. As the left brain 'connects', it passes the good news back to right brain so it can imagine  other considerations.  Now I have deeper thoughts about this interesting mystery, but I'll leave it a mystery waiting for each person to solve. Unbiased observation in the analysis is my tool for dissernment.

It's my belief that explorers instinctively understand the tools for finding veracity.  I think they enter the circle of 3 in a sort of dimensional shift each time they journey into the unknown.  I'm fascinated by the challenge of the clues they leave behind.

When I finished reading the fourth book in the Harry Potter series I thought: adults need a literary escape like this.   I pondered a theme: a search for truth with a fresh point of view. I thought it would be fun to reflect on life's experiences using 'truth' as the main character. Truth could come alive; revealing itself through the heart, expanding the soul while exploring right and left brain thinking in the journey. Truth be told, life's 'untruths' had been keeping me awake at night and this annoyed me. Writing about the mystery school of life, with its hidden secrets, became more than a thought about a good summer novel for the beach; it was a welcome companion in the wee hours.

Capturing what I discovered in writing became part of my path.  'The Falcon, The Fallon and The Theory of Everything' is the first in a trilogy. (There's a story line in my den about the odd title.) I think of it as an 'ah ha' touch stone. It's my sincere hope that I will tweek how you view your world. The adventure involves truth standing shoulder to shoulder amid the twists and turns of eye opening weirdness. It has a plot that allows you to ponder a point of view you won't find in daily life, in history or religion. There's even a 'zapper' of a new kind of spiritual awakening. My intention was to offer an opportunity to consider perspective as you evaluate ultimate meaning and the value of existence. 

Writing is but one passion.  I love working in all things glass; so I create in glass as my other medium.   Additionally, I've been a 13 year explorer of parapraxis as an alternative path to determining what is true and what is false.  It provides a link to the unconscious mind and makes for fascinating research. I have discovered some high strangeness in the dimensional world of secret messages; also known as backward masking. I include many findings in my writing from this practice. If you are into the same analysis work, drop me a line and perhaps we can compare notes if you too journey backward.               

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