Keys Posts 2012, Part 19

This entry is part 32 of 40 in the series 2012A

July 12, 2012

JJ’s handwriting interpretation to the test

Soryn wants me to grade the intelligence of the samples he gave me. One of the problems with this is that intelligence is manifest and interpreted in different ways. Here are some ingredients. (1) Quality of the memory (2) Quickness of the mind. (3) Creative ability (4) Degree of self learning (5) Strong projection of personality energy is often seen as intelligence. (6) Determination and assertiveness.

People often misinterpret the intelligence of others. For instance, Thomas Edison’s writing reveals that he didn’t have native intelligence a lot above average but was extremely visionary and determined. He was indeed 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration.

Others think that those with whom they disagree are not intelligent because they do not agree with them or see through the same lens. But there are those on both sides of the political fence who are blessed with a lot of native intelligence and mental ability.

True intelligence eventually leads to soul contact and then the two move toward oneness.

Sample #1 (From “Handwriting Samples” in the File section. I’ll have to make these brief. Very free thinker and intelligent in the ways he wants to focus. Has good intuition in areas of focus

#2 In some ways above average – good at arguments, quick thinker. He has emotional conflicts that interfere with clear thinking.

#3 Average intelligence if this is a teenager below average if an adult. Interaction with friends very important.

#4 Very intelligent quick and creative thinker. Capable of high intellectual achievement.

#5 Very intelligent, especially high emotional intelligence. Extremely quick mind. Can accomplish whatever he wants.

#6 Another intelligent individual. Good self learner and good at arguing his point.

#7 This person has a quick mind, is perceptive and creative but has emotional conflicts that inhibit full powers of reasoning.

#8 Passionate and emotional thinker but has a quick creative mind. Probably promotes a strong philosophy.

#9 This guy wants to be perceived as intelligent and important and is above average but it is his charm and smooth talking that projects intelligence more than his native ability, which is a little above average. He seizes opportunity when it presents itself. Stubbornly independent.

#10 This guy has a lot of intelligent traits similar to Sarah Palin – quick mind perceptive and versatile but doesn’t try to project the feeling of importance and ego as #9. Strong emotional intelligence

#11 Sarah Palin – First time I have seen this much of her handwriting. Strong emotional intelligence, good executive intelligence, good self-learner, quick thinker, traditional values, strong presence. She underestimates herself and likes to play it safe – probably accounts for why she didn’t run this time.


Soryn’s Response:

Re: JJ’s handwriting interpretation to the test

Wow, I have to say I’m impressed!

Good comments on the nature of intelligence also.

Here are the authors:

1. Cristian Tudor Popescu, a well known journalist and writer in Romania. He uses strong logic, literary skills and human morality to prove his points. I would rate him as highly intelligent. He is definetely “a free thinker” and has very good intuition. One of my favorites. Here is a picture of him:

2.Michael Jackson;

3.Paris Hilton;

4.Emil Cioran, romanian philosopher, possibly the greatest nihilist thinker of all time. “Capable of high intellectual achievement.” – spot on.


6.Corneliu Zelea Codreanu, leader of the romanian nationalist movement between the 2 world wars that allied with Hitler. I would rate his intelligence as average, but he had a very strong personality;

7.Gabriel Liiceanu, romanian philosopher. I would rate him as intelligent. He has high emotional intelligence and strong moral values. “has emotional conflicts that inhibit full powers of reasoning.” – spot on.;

8.Hilbert, genius mathematician;

9.Barack Obama;

10.G.W. Bush;

On some of the authors it even crossed my mind that you knew their handwriting, like in the case of Obama, it was that good! Overall, your interpretation was excellent. Now I can take more seriously your handwriting argument.


Always honored to gain some earned authority. This was similar to a test that the local newspaper put me to and the favorable article was read by my wife and lead to my meeting her.

I was hoping the sample that turned out to be Paris Hilton was not your daughter.

July 8, 2012 Larry W That brings me to another thought. JJ has not spent much time working to form any actual group. He concentrates on producing his teachings in book form. The group stuff we’ve done so far were all created by enthusiastic readers. The Gatherings started and continue that way. The local groups all happened that way. In fact, Artie definitely fills a need the way she keeps these aspects organized. I get the impression that JJ sees his mission as preparing his books at this point. Organizing his students beyond just blogging at KOK just does not seem to be on his radar right now.

JJ Actually, I do have quite a bit of experience with group work. That’s the main reason I haven’t organize one yet. I know how difficult it is and what I am up against.

From 1978-1988 I organized three different groups that self destructed through inner conflict and unwillingness to contact the soul. From that experience I decided that the next time I organized a group I would do it from a point of power and in such a way that the possibility of a successful foundation was high.

My next attempt at group work will be in the political arena and I expect to commence this later this year. I also plan on a metaphysical group later on but don’t have a timetable yet. My teachings need to get a little more traction.


July 8, 2012

Edison’s Intelligence

Tom I think you are wrong about Edison, he was way above average in intelligence. He average 95 percent on quizzes and stuff…read the below:

1. Thomas Edison had an encyclopedic memory and expected job applicants to have a similar knowledge. The test he administered to every job seeker had 150 questions; each test was tailored for a specific job. Some of the things college graduates were expected to know:

JJ Much of what society considers as intelligence is really just a reflection of good memory based on the fortune of the person being born with a good quality computer brain.

Edison was indeed intelligent but not because he had a good memory but that he used what he had to the best ways possible. Without his iron will and determination he would have been just another dreamer.

Which person do you think would produce the greatest literary work? Shakespeare on an old 1986 computer or an ego based politician on a new Macbook air?

A Shakespeare does not need the highest quality equipment to produce a great work.

The IQ tests are not a test of real intelligence either but are a reflection of the quality of the computer mind in many cases. Many people in the genius category have produced no work of significance.

I have never done that great on tests of any kind and usually score about average yet some here consider me fairly intelligent. That’s because I make the best of my computer brain.

The greatest sign of intelligence is to ask the right question and then seek the answer. This is what few people do.


July 11, 2012

New and Old Wine

LWK Writes: I have to wonder whether or not winning that battle for freedom in America is actually a goal of the Brotherhood of Light (BOL)? The theme of “The Gathering of Lights” (TGOL) is the future gathering together of the lights of the world in one place to demonstrate the great value of individual freedom and The Molecular Relationship (TMR). Gathered together these lights will not “hide their light under a basket” but will be visible to all in the world as an example (as the United States once was).

To a large extent America seems to have already have served its purpose. It has given an example, both of its excellence, and of its faults; and of how those – appropriately – on the Left (hand) have sought to defame and destroy its virtues.

Jesus seems to give good advice on this: “Neither do people pour new wine into old wineskins. If they do, the skins will burst; the wine will run out and the wineskins will be ruined. No, they pour new wine into new wineskins, and both are preserved.” Matthew 9:17 (NIV)

America is an “old wineskin” and pouring in the “new wine” might not be such a good idea. This new Gathering (TGOL) must happen somewhere else. On the other hand, the outright destruction of America as a force in the world might make TGOL even more difficult.

JJ You make a good point but we must examine what is really the new wine and the old.

The old wine consists of free market capitalism and Constitutional government. We have gone away from these two things and in returning to them in many ways we are going back to the old wine.

This happened several times with the Roman Empire. It was built on good principles as a Republic and they drifted away from the founding principles. Then they would have a string of good emperors who did not rule as tyrants and went back somewhat toward the founding principles. When this happened the Roman citizens were much happier and prosperous.

Even so, our country can be taken back to our old wine of freedom and Constitutional government and create for our citizens a better way of life for a time.

The New wine is the Molecular Relationship and cooperative government and this will be resisted by those who are attached to the old wine as well as those who have spoiled the good old wine. To create a vessel for the new wine we need a gathering, which is more difficult to accomplish in this age than any other. In past ages a group of people could merely stake out a piece of land and rule themselves however they saw fit. This is not possible today as every piece of land and island is controlled by some state that has power to tax and declare law. Now the U.N. is even seeking to control every inch of the oceans.

This makes a gathering difficult but not impossible as a way will be opened up. In the mean time it is a good idea to return to the quality old wine as much as possible.


July 13, 2012

Karma and the Brain

JJ Quote: “Much of what society considers as intelligence is really just a reflection of good memory based on the fortune of the person being born with a good quality computer brain.”

Tom Ok, how come some people are fortunate enough to be born with a good computer brain?

JJ Karma and needed lessons to be absorbed.

Tom: Thanks, JJ, can you give an example of how karma or life lessons may help one have a very good computer mind?

JJ If you have good karma and in your next life there is no need for some significant lesson requiring limitations then you can select a well equipped body. If you desire to have a body with an exceptional brain then it will be available.

On the other hand, one may suffer limitations through karma. For instance, the entity may have developed feelings of superiority and ridiculed people who he thought were not that intelligent. In this case he may need to take a body with a brain that doesn’t function so well so he will learn to not feel so superior for merely having better equipment than the other guy.

Then too the person may have misused his intelligence and took advantage of others so he chose a lower level brain making him the one who is taken advantage of to learn a lesson.

Group karma could also cause limitations. Let us say a great mind like Tesla reincarnates but our group karma doesn’t qualify us to receive all that he could give us. In this case he may have to assume a brain that doesn’t allow him to develop the potential he had mentally in the last life.


July 19, 2012

Somebody Else Made That Happen

By Larry Kennon              Quoting from a recent Obama speech:

“If you were successful, somebody along the line gave you some help. There was a great teacher somewhere in your life. Somebody helped to create this unbelievable American system that we have that allowed you to thrive. Somebody invested in roads and bridges. If you’ve got a business, you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen.”

Obama was trying to say that business entrepreneurs “didn’t build” their businesses and success, but in reality they were the product of others. Others created the environment and some “unbelievable American system” somehow magically created their success.

What is probably more interesting about Obama’s remarks is not any insight into that “unbelievable American System” which is fundamentally a mystery and obviously a source of resentment to Barack Obama, but rather the profound insight those remarks give about the life of Barack Obama. Obama can’t truly speak about that “unbelievable American system” because he actually doesn’t believe in it, and in his Socialist worldview he can’t come close to understanding it.

But he is right in his worldview as it pertains to himself. “Somebody else made that happen” is the story of his life. He attended the elite and private Punahou School in Hawai from 1971 to 1979. He attended the private Occidental College in Los Angeles and transferred to Columbia University where he graduated in 1983.

Everyone knows that he graduated from Harvard. What they don’t focus on is that he could not have had even remotely competitive grades to enter Harvard. Obama won’t release his transcript from Columbia but that doesn’t matter. Those who graduated from Columbia with any degree of honors is a public record and Obama’s name nowhere to be found in those public records.

No white or asian student could even remotely qualify for Harvard Law School with grades so low as to not qualify for honors in their baccalaureate degree. No, “somebody else made that happen.” In public remarks Obama has admitted that he benefited greatly from Affirmative Action.

While at Harvard Law School Obama was chosen as the Editor for the Harvard Law Review. This position at Harvard used to always belong to a brilliant law student who often wrote articles for the Review and graduated to become a law clerk to a Supreme Court justice. No articles in the Harvard Law Review bear his name and he went on to become a “community organizer.”

Why was Obama chosen as the Editor of the Harvard Law Review? “Somebody else made that happen.” Harvard needed an acceptable black for reasons of diversity. “Somebody else made it happen” seems to be a recurring theme in the career of Barack Obama.

After Harvard Obama moves to Chicago where many “somebodies” “made it happen” for him, including the left wing bomber Bill Ayers who appears to have largely written “Dreams From My Father” for Obama. In politics somebody assassinated the characters and records of Obama’s early opponents. “Somebody else made that happen.”

Finally we have the 2008 campaign and Obama wins. George Soros and others largely funded that. David Axelrod came up with “Hope and Change” and all the ideas that Obama spouted from the teleprompter. “Somebody else made that happen,” again.

In the White House now Obama appears to have been more interested in rounds of golf, dinner parties with Hollywood celebrities, and his basketball picks. Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid labored to construct “Obamacare” in the meantime. “Somebody else made that happen” too.

Actually the only real skill that Obama has ever consistently demonstrated is an ability to speak impressively to a teleprompter. Everything else in his life seems to be the product of someone else helping him, or giving him a hand up, or perhaps, using him for political purposes.

When Obama said those words “Somebody else made that happen” he was speaking his life story and he was speaking with great sincerity, off the teleprompter. He thought he was demeaning others but in fact he was confessing his own story. “Somebody else made that happen.”


July 31, 2012


I got this email from a friend.

President Obama ordered the cabinet to cut $100,000,000.00 ($100 million) from the $3,500,000,000,000.00 ($3.5 trillion) federal budget.

I’m so impressed by this sacrifice that I have decided to do the same thing with my personal budget. I spend about $2,000 a month on groceries, household expenses, medicine, utilities, etc., but it’s time to get out the budget cutting axe, go through my expenses, and cut back. I’m going to cut my spending at exactly the same ratio (1/35,000) of my total budget. After doing the math, it looks like instead of spending $2,000 a month, I’m going to have to cut that number by six cents. Yes, I’m going to have to get by with $1999.94, but that’s what sacrifice is all about.

I’ll just have to do without some things, that are, frankly, luxuries – six cents worth. Did this President actually think no one would do the math? Please send this to everyone on your list so people understand how idiotic a $100 million cut is in a $3.5 trillion budget – ludicrous!!

“There are two ways to conquer and enslave a nation…One is by sword…The other is by debt. John Adams 1826


Aug 6, 2012

The Mars Rover

History was made by the landing on Mars of a Rover with power to really explore for life. This landing was a technological miracle.

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