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How Were You to Know?

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How was Bruce to know his unified field theory was accurate, his visions would be fulfilled and he would deliver his technology to avert the global pandemics in the midst of his physician-inflicted near death experience, then Big Pharma threats and corruption blocking his work? Foreknowledge and spiritual enlightenment via the "non-local" and "trans-temporal," 4D-propagated carrier wave of consciousness, "The Voice of Water" of the spirit.

As Bruce quotes from the Book of Genesis on the title track of "The Creation" CD, "...and the spirit of God was hovering over the face of the waters."

A molecular immunologist and biophysicist who quotes from scripture? What will they think of next? Integrate, people. It all comes from the same source. It's just a matter of perspective, knowledge and how much each is willing to open up their mind to the greater reality of the creation.

"The challenge of our time is the objectification of the spiritual value sphere." -Ken Wilbur

And what will become of the old guard blocking the advancement of science and medicine?

"Whoever undertakes to set himself up as a judge of Truth and Knowledge is shipwrecked by the laughter of the gods."

-Albert Einstein

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How Were You to Know?
Bruce Anderson 2008

The season has begun,
The blooming of the trees,
The coming of the sun,

Your twilight lifting soon,
The sky announces dreams,
The eclipse of the moon,


And how were you to know,
When all your stars were falling,
That I would lead you here,

And how were you to know,
This moment I'd be calling,
Yet you never feared,

That I was always near,
In your mind,
How were you to know,

When you were on the run,
Your family left behind,
It wasn't very fun,

You listened then to me,
When all the eyes of men,
They just couldn't see,

They said you were insane,
Yet all their remedies,
Brought certain death and pain,

You witnessed and endured,
Now for all my children,
You bring the cure,

How were you to know?