As the pieces kept breaking, I realized I needed to self-program somebody who would keep it all together. The first approach to self-hypnosis came through what I called “solo D&D”, or meta-role-playing. In this context, I would play the game master (DM) and the players, including the villains, and entertain the creation of any characters that came into play. Sometimes they would be willed, but I would try not to control much of it, letting the wandering of my mind chart the course while I silently mapped its contents.
Later, this therapy took the form of blogging, where I simply let these characters write their own opinions and experiences. The theta-based character seemed to take the center stage, simply because he was the most interesting, usually predicting events and observing situations he wasn’t supposed to have access to. I took out the blog because I felt the findings to be my own, and as you can see in the Revisionism entry in this blog, the wayback machine at archive.org does not catalog them. However, the alpha character, Michael Blaugh, started appearing more clearly toward the end of the session. Today, I found another funny coincidence.
In the mind’ eye, it was Michael’s job to keep the core alive and well by orchestrating all of the other alters to serve it. He was the intermediary who ensured that even if an alter did take over, it was only for the purpose of following the core’s agenda and no one else’s. In reality, I knew Michael was there when I felt the urge to carry a coffee cup and a bladed weapon (usually a pocket knife, but sometimes a hunting knife). Believe it or not, there was no intention to use it. The only thing I attacked with a knife in my relatively long life, considering the circumstances, was a field mouse that was keeping me awake (got it good, too). Otherwise, the knife would be concealed, but the coffee cup was always with me, from meetings to shopping malls, and I bore it with true “don’t give a fuck” satisfaction. The blade was always in the right side, and the coffee cup was always in the left hand. I used to think this was all because I was right-handed; now I’m not so sure.
So I’m surfing today, and find this, which as the title describes, is fucking awesome.
Michael is the leader of all angels and his main purpose is to rid the earth and its people of all toxins associated with fear.
The humans he enlists and works with are called ”lightworkers” and Michael encourages them to perform healing for the good of the world.
Michael carries a dazzling sword and he also has an incredible knack for fixing electrical goods such as computers and phones.