This will be the last full class of 2012 and what a tremendous way to end the year. Needless to say that this class is one of those long awaited events whose time has come, and even before the writing of this class description the class is nearly booked solid. In a way I”m glad that the general public is not seeing this class description because they not only wouldn”t understand it but wouldn”t believe it. As many of you know, and have done, in the Philosophy III class and sometimes as early as Philosophy II, I teach classes how to bend the flames of a campfire using the power of energy that Grandfather long ago taught. Yet the fire is not just bent but also increased, decreased, spun, and even changes color as the will of the students dictate. This same energy, this power, is the same type used to change the taste of water, move an object, crush a tumor, and even stop a truck. And it is the stopping of the truck that this class will focus upon. Given the state of the world and the fast approaching "End of Days" it becomes necessary to take the basic healing energy and power to a higher level, a more powerful level. In this class we will address the many advanced techniques, uses, and applications of this energy. As Grandfather directed, I will teach those energy skills that one will need to face the new "Cloaked Darkness" and horrific future that lays ahead for humankind and the Earth. I will go deeply into how energy affects electronics, computers, cell phones, vehicles, modern weaponry, surveillance systems, and a laundry list of other applications where the imagination is your only limitation to its use. I will also thoroughly cover how this same energy is used in martial applications and wolverine fighting so as to keep one safe from attack while never having to deliver a physical blow. This class will rock the foundations of your beliefs and understanding and bring the world of Grandfather”s Spiritual teaching to its highest level. Prerequisite; Philosophy I
Prerequiste: Philosophy 1
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