Survival Vs Camping

Survival in the woods completely differs from camping in the woods. Survival in the woods and camping in the woods are certainly similar, but in practice survival is far more frightening and intense. The relationship is somewhat similar to fasting and dieting. Fasting and dieting are certainly very similar, but in practice fasting is far more intense. Other examples would be assassin compared to mma fighter or creativity compared to skill.

Surviving like a wild animal

In the middle of August I got led by the Creator of all things to a forest at night. I spent the night letting nature heal me. Meaning I left my cellphone in my car, walked to the middle of my forested land, and then stripped down to my birthday suit(naked). Its a FAR different experience than camping in the forest. Imagine going into the forest with no tent, no knife, no power cordage, no backpack, no clothes, no water bottle, no lighter, no boots, no bug spray, no eyeglasses etc, nothing but your naked physical body and your wits. When I did it, I saw otherworldly aetheric creatures of the forest. I swear on my eternal soul I saw and felt the following during my experience in the woods:

It was a standard Thursday evening, I spent the day on my work computer writing code for a global corporation that I despise in order to continue to pay my bills.

Me At Work

After the work day, I experienced heavy temptation to give in to addictions I’ve struggled with over the years(alcohol, pron, adderall). Just as I was about to give in I felt a force rise up in my gut telling me to immediately drive to my forested land, walk into the center of the forested land and spend the night. I followed my gut. When I reached the center of my forested land, I had the thought/feeling that I need to take off my eyeglasses, get 100% naked, and bury myself in the mud, so I did it.

I understand that this sounds pretty batshit insane, I get that haha. But ask yourself the following questions: Why must electricity be grounded? Why are humans the only creatures in the entire realm that wear clothes? Why are the soles of all shoes made of rubber? Why do women rub mud on their face and bodies while at ‘spas’ in order to prevent wrinkles, maintain their youthfulness, reinvigorate their vitality, etc? What is ‘mud’? Why did almost every ancient culture in every region of our realm send their boys on a ‘coming of age’ challenge that would prove to the tribe they were actually men? Why did every ancient culture have a challenge that involved survival alone in a forest without any tools/weapons for a time period ranging from 1 night (Cherokee boys) to 1 month (Spartan boys) to 6 months(Aborigine Australian boys)? I learned the exact answers to each of the above questions and more during my ‘excursion’ in the woods.

Why grounding?

Alchemy simplifies the elements into 3 to 6 elements, the most popular model being Air, Water, Earth, Fire, Aether. Life doesn’t exist without the energy produced by organisms directly connected to the physical Earth such as trees, plants, crops, seeds etc. Electricity harnesses the Earth element. Ask any electrician what’s the most important thing about electricity, and 11 out of 10 of them will say ‘ground’. Electrical ground is literally the physical Earth.

Why clothes?

The practical reasons for wearing clothing can be counted on 1 hand. Clothing helps protect from cold temperature, clothing can be made to protect from attacks by wild animals or other humans, clothing can help protect from wetness(rain/snow), and clothing hides our shame of being vulnerable while naked (you can noticeably obverse this in dogs when they defecate in front of a human). Humans are far more sensitive to the shame that coincides with being vulnerable than any other species. I do not know why, perhaps Eve knows something about it?

Why rubber shoe souls?

Humans wear shoes with rubber souls, rubber insulates. Therefore when we walk around outside with shoes on, we are not electrically grounded. Every cell in the human body operates at an ideal electromagnetic frequency based on the Earths electromagnetic frequency and the golden ratio(its 1 when fractions and decimals are disregarded, its never 1.618 according to the actual definition, not once…).

Why mud facial masks?

‘Spa’ facial masks use mud in order to temporarily ground the individual to the Earth while the mud(ground) remains wet. Once the mud mask goes dry, there are no nutrients left that can be absorbed by the skin. The following short video perfectly explains how proficiently our skin can absorb substances into our body.

Paracelsus kicks off volume 2 of “The Hermetic and Alchemical Writings of Paracelsus” with 3 examples of individuals that lived from 6 months to 20+ years without ever consuming food. The first example details an individual that would strap fresh soil to his stomach and then change out the soil when it would become completely dry. The man was able to live without consuming food for 6 months (the man stopped of his own accord, he wasn’t compelled to stop because of hunger) by using this method. Spa facial masks operate on the same exact principal.

All animals directly connect with the physical Earth at almost all times. Humans are the only species that do not regularly connect with the Earth. Even birds eventually land and their bare feet touch the Earth either directly or thru something directly connected to ground like a tree branch or power line.

Why give boys a ‘coming of age’ challenge?

The moment that a girl becomes a woman is physically obvious, its their first period. The moment a boy becomes a man is not at all physically obvious. The ‘coming of age’ challenge given to boys of a tribe were a way in which to solidify the moment in which a boy became a man within the tribe.

Why was every single ‘coming of age’ challenge related to survival while alone in the wilderness?

Every single ‘coming of age’ challenge I’ve come across has to do with putting one’s life on the line, with zero help, or expectation of help. I attempted survival in the woods with no tools, no clothes, no tent, nothing. I now understand why survival in the wilderness without any help or tools was considered a ‘coming of age’ challenge. Survival in the woods forces the boy to face their fear of the unknown.

I never experienced more fear of the unknown than when I spent a night in the middle of the woods with no clothes, no eyeglasses, no tent, no phone, no flashlight, no knife, no lighter, no fire, no rope, and no tools. The night I did it, it started thunder storming at around 1:00 AM in the morning. I got at least 100 mosquito bites, but oddly enough, only around 5 of the bites actually itched afterwards. I could barely see anything without my eyeglasses. I heard rustling in the bushes, and animal death cries throughout the night to the point that I would stand up ready to fight some animal to the death with my bare hands.

Aetheric Blue Fairies

Around 1:00AM when it started to thunderstorm, I started to notice blue ‘firefly’ lights that would light up for a few seconds then disappear, exactly like a firefly. At first I wrote off the blue lights as simply being fireflys. Then I started to think about it more, fireflys normally come out around sundown, firefly light is green/yellow and never bright blue, fireflys never come out at 1:00AM in the morning(afaik). Something told my intuition that the blue lights were fairies.

I thought nothing of it at the time other than “cool, but that aint helping me find a dry place to sleep while it pours rain.” Eventually I cobbled together a makeshift shelter that shielded me from the rain. At around 3:00 AM in the morning while I was under my makeshift shelter trying to fall asleep I saw a little aetheric blue fairy fly into my immediate line of sight. It was wearing clothes(medieval looking), with wings(like tinkerbell), and he was playing an instrument that I assume was a fiddle or violin. He was ‘aetheric’ in the sense that it was as if the fairies ‘transparency’ was 80% while physical realities ‘transparency’ was 100%(if that makes sense). After he noticed that I noticed him, he went ecstatic and started dancing and doing flips in the air in excitement. Then he ran off presumably to tell friends or something. I saw more blue blinking firefly lights throughout the night but never close enough for me to make out the body of the fairy like in this instance.

Call me crazy, I don’t care, I swear on my eternal soul I saw a little 1-2 inch tall aetheric blue colored fairy humanoid with wings. I saw what I saw(in fact I saw more after the blue fairy but I’d only be speculating on what the other stuff was).

If you do not believe me, go into the middle of the woods with no phone, flashlight, knife, lighter, eyeglasses, tools, tent, etc. Then strip down into your birthday suit (totally naked) and spend the night in the woods like a wild animal. I bet you experience a fear greater than anything else you’ve ever experienced in your entire life, and I bet you see/hear some crazy stuff… You will know exactly why all ancient tribes had their boys try to survive alone in the wilderness. The fear I experienced surpassed my fear of death, it was deeper than that. It amplified the source of all fear, ‘the fear of the unknown’. I made a quick video detailing my experience here:

One Comment

  1. This reminded me of my first time sleeping in the woods experience. You forgot to mention that all of your senses become much more amplified. The same type of awareness as when you meditate. I could almost count every single leaf up the trees that was rustling in the wind. I only had my clothes on. I have to try it without.

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