The Krystic Muse

Abstract
The area of Keylontic Science (KS) is one which is steeped in views of reality outside those of mainstream consensus. Those involved in this system of thought are concerned with multidimensionality, correct configurations of human energy systems in conjunction with a unified cosmology, and the ultimate ability to harness and direct these various levels of energy within multiple dimensions in order to ascend consciously to higher and less dense levels of reality, either during natural death, or during what they call “ascension cycles.” Within the systems of information brought forth by those engaged with these systems of thought, are histories and complex levels of systematic science and metaphysics, both dense and far reaching, and which encompass the past, present, and future of humanity in relation to numerous other races, all based in various dimensions of reality. Historically, KS also describes ways in which humans have been the victims of numerous interventions, all designed to distort and enslave the human race, and other races distributed in the Milky Way and M31 (Andromeda) galaxies. It is the intent of this paper to provide a brief overview of KS along with a cultural perspective centered on the way that creative visual work and music are being created today, with a conscious focus on the application of principles of Keylontic science (further defined in the essay), by which negative influences on humanity can be diminished, and by which humanity can regain a higher place within a clear and singularly unique reality and cosmology mapping.
keywords: art, music, sound, light, keylontic, culture, cosmology

In a cultural study centered on Keylontic Science (KS), terms such as cosmology, dimensionality, frequencies, energies, transmutations, and ascension come into play. Intersections with what are contemporaneously defined as the “paranormal” are also plentiful, although aspects of applied KS in the areas of art and music intersect areas of known science and as such do not require labels such as “purely theoretical or “esoteric.” Ideas such as cosmic resurrection cycles, light and energy bodies, out of body travel, levitation, transmutation, and other esoteric concepts exist within KS, and where they might occur will be referred to as “purely theoretical,” for the sake of mainstream and consensus social predilections.
In artistic sense, and from the intellectually distanced perspective of academic research, one preliminary thesis may be that applications of KS principles in art and music, along with more axiomatic applications of Keylontic principles within communities can effect positive/transformational paradigm shifts in contemporary society. Regarding intersections of these applications with known science, there are numerous easy examples to point out. These might include the use of color to effect psychological change, the way that corporations rely on occult symbologies in their logos to encode and reinforce human reactions to them, and the ways that sound can be used for healing purposes (Niemark, 2004). The research and dissertation here going forward will be specifically structured to analyze and/or uncover cultural elements that exhibit the presence or lack of Keylontic principles in the plastic arts and music, and in relation to wider aspects and components of international culture. The dynamics associated with this presence or lack of presence can provide a fertile ground for cultural analysis.
It would seem, and modern psychology generally agrees, that many of the visual and musical productions seen today in art and music do not affect us in completely conscious ways– rather they affect us on levels below our conscious perceptions. Practitioners of KS call these affectations encryptions. Keylontic science practitioners believe that the same type of technology can be employed in art and music created with KS principles in order to heal, empower, and reinforce human evolutionary potential. The following is a portion of a forwarded email (K. Aztlan, personal communication, March 13, 2004), which points out a predisposition that members of our society have in the use of their right vs. left brain hemispheres. This is another aspect of human consciousness that has radically changed over the last millennium.

This is one of those great emails that show when you are using your Right or Left side of your brain. If you see the picture exactly as it is, you are using the left side. When you stare you will see the figure shift; and you will be using your right brain. You can switch back and forth.
Stare to go to Right brain (it sort of trances you out or puts you in an altered NON THINKING state).
Begin thinking and reasoning about it and you will move back out of the altered state into Left brain thinking. very cool. You will enjoy this if you are using the right side of your brain, I think this is very good.
Stare at this picture and you will see this man turn his face.

It would seem that the ability to apply the principles of Keylonta to creative works would require a left and right brain balancing– much of the material in Keylontic science is rationally complex, requiring a kind of translation by the right brain for creative applications. For instance, there are correlations among chemical elements, sound waves, light waves, expanded energy bodies and DNA expressions across dimensions defined in KS (Deane, 2010). All of these can be parameters within creative works, along with various dimensional and energetic properties as expressed appropriately. One aspect of appropriate expression involves the understanding of crystalline spirals, which though mathematically similar to the spirals which generate the so-called “golden mean” rectangles, actually allow for ongoing regenerations of energy, rather than energy depletion (Talea, 2012). Specific frequencies in music are known as Krystic frequencies in Keylontic science, and these require the uses of tuning systems which are not based on the A440 standard we see used today. These are just two examples of the ways in which Keylonta can inform visual and musical works. With direct correlations established between components of the human energy bodies and the various frequencies of light and sound seen in planetary energy systems, creative manipulations of these elements can be combined with spiritual teachings and existing visual and musical codifications within KS. The use of existing visual codes as received by designated KS speakers are specifically encrypted with certain colors, elements, attitudes, tones, and relational correspondence with various aspects of human non-physical energy centers, such as chakras.

Moving outward to lower levels of granularity in visual and musical expressions, visual or musical work can be placed in various levels of subjectivity. For instance, one of my own paintings, called “the Invisibles” as seen below, attempts to visualize forms of multi-dimensional structure beyond the domain of visible frequencies seen by humans in a very subjective way.

(Delapaix, 2010)
Analysis of works like this and many others reveals the presence or lack of presence of a number of KS elements. The presence or lack of presence of these variables can be useful as points of contention or alignment within visual and musical culture studies.
The tenets of Keylontic Science as expressed by its practitioners include the idea of information being transmitted from off world and/or non-physical entities. This is accomplished by designated “speakers,” these chosen by various non-human entities known collectively as the “guardian alliance,” considered to be responsible for maintaining the security of a vast compendium of knowledge stored holographically on what are called CDT plates, themselves part of a larger apparatus that includes 12 corresponding, larger silver discs called the “Signet Shields” (Deane, 2002). Transmissions of knowledge are believed to be effected directly from the CDT plates which are not located on Earth These discs are said to be “pre-Atlantian” in origin, and to have included The Maharata, an ancient sacred text of India, written in the ancient Anuhazi language. The CDT plates are also purported to have been written by a race of advanced beings called the “Founders” around 246,000 BC, and to have contained 590 volumes, and over 500,000 pages, of non-dogmatic, egalitarian, spiritual science teachings. It has been stated by current Speakers within the KS community that translations of ancient times were dispensed through Speakers born into Hindu, Chinese, Tibetan, African, Egyptian, Mayan, Incan and Celtic-druidic lines of humanity.
Other elements of Keylontic science include a fifteen dimensional unified field physics, morphogenetic living matter templates, advanced DNA bio-regenesis, ascension mechanics, and healing techniques which include manipulations of human and planetary relational energies on multi-dimensional levels. There are books of maps and keys for planetary and universal star gates, and information about the “founder” races who were involved at various times in seeding planet earth with life.
On planet Earth today, communities engaged with the paradigms of KS are emerging in various countries. The creative works being developed within these communities, based on conscious living along with principles of Keylontic science, is also concerned with the dissemination of often complex thought systems out into the world at large in an egalitarian manner. This can provides a viable platform and component on which to base further research, reconciling contemporary culture with the KS culture, and vice versa. Aspects of each can function as a kind of filter for the other. In tandem with creative works and directives therein, additional considerations may include the scientific and/or paranormal/esoteric/shamanic. Widening the scope, additional fields of study to be drawn from might include sociology, anthropology, philosophy, art and music theory, archaeology, metaphysics, comparative literature & religions, urban & ethnic studies, parapsychology, and post-humanities.
In practical terms of apprehension, KS involves a multi-dimensional interweaving of consciousness and energy within highly structured systems of knowledge. The esoteric features of KS listed above notwithstanding, there are obviously numerous channels available for its application beyond the arts, just as there exist growing numbers of people around the world engaged with it in practical terms. In terms of new knowledge, a study of this kind may well be the first within academic channels, just as there are many resources (both academic and otherwise) which lend themselves to a cultural study of this kind.

References
Deane, A. (2002). Voyagers. Vol.1 2nd Ed. Columbus, NC: Wild Flower Press.
Deane, A & A (2010). Sliders 8. Greenfield, IN: Azurite Press.
Talea, T. (2012). The Truth About God, 2012-2022 Ascension, and Who We Really Are. Bloomington: iUniverse Inc.
Delapaix, G.L.M.L. (2010). Featured Art.
Retrieved from http://www.gregdelapaix.com/art/index.htm
Neimark, J. (2004). Sound healing. Natural Health, 34(3), 70-106.

image from personal email (page 2)

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G. Delapaix “Invisibles”

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Core Examination e-mail Trail….

Hi Dr. ****** –

Hi Dr. ******, I hope all is well. I am planning on doing my core exam during the week of May 6th. Would you be available for my committee, and with that time frame? If so, it would be great if you could send me some time slots that would work best for you. 

Let me know if you might need anything else.

Thank You,
Greg Delapaix

Hi Dr. ****** –

It’s my understanding that the core exam committee consists of one faculty member from each of music, philosophy, theater, and art, in addition to Dr. ******. So in my case, that would mean the faculty members that I was in core classes with, namely you, Dr. ******, Dr. ******, Dr. ******, and someone from the art department.

Since being in the art department I haven’t had to take core classes in art– does that mean the art faculty person can be anyone I have taken classes with ? Also, can that person be one of my dissertation co-chairs, even if I haven’t taken a class with them? I ask because Dr. ****** is one of my co-chairs for the dissertation committee but I haven’t taken any classes with him?

I just want to be clear on this- the (new) PhD director in art doesn’t seem to know, and I can’t find the answer in the core exam guidelines in the PhD handbook.

Thank You
Greg D.

Greg–all good so far.  As to the art person, you should first ask among those who have taught art core courses, even though you did not have to take one.  That would be Dr. ******, Dr. ******, Dr. ******, or Dr. ******.  While your dissertation advisor could serve, he/she has likely not had any experience with the core courses, and could be to your disadvantage. 
 
****** ******, DMA
Associate Director for Graduate Programs
School of Music, Texas Tech University
P. O. Box 42033
Lubbock, TX 79409
 
806.742.2270.255

Thank you Dr. ****** ~

Was wondering if you could send me a time slot on Wednesday or Friday next week to stop by with the form?

GD

Wednesday am around 11 or pm between 2-4
 
******, DMA
Associate Director for Graduate Programs
School of Music, Texas Tech University
P. O. Box 42033
Lubbock, TX 79409
 
806.742.2270.255

Thanks Dr. ******- I’ll show up Wed. around 11:00

Hi Linda, I hope all is well. I am planning on doing my core exam during the week of May 6th. Would you be able to be on my core exam committee, and with that time frame? If so, it would be great if you could send me some time slots that would work best for you. Also, would like to know a good time to stop by with my form for you to sign.

Let me know if you might need anything else.

Thank You,
Greg Delapaix

GD

Greg:
That is a very bad week for me.  Both Dr. ****** and Dr. ****** have taught the core classes.  Please contact them to see if one of them is available.  If not, I will reconsider.
 
******, PhD
Assoc. Professor/Associate Chair
Graduate Advisor/Head of Arts Administration
Texas Tech University
Department of Theatre and Dance
Mail Stop 42061
Lubbock, TX  79409-2061
PH:  806-742-3601 x225

Hi Dr. ****** ~

I will be doing my core exam during the week of May 6th. I am wondering if you would be available during that week to be on my core exam committee. If so, I would like to stop by your office at some point this week or next, to briefly discuss details.

Thank you very much
Greg Delapaix

Greg —

It’s a difficult week, but not out of the question.

This week ain’t easy either.  Got any time late morning tomorrow?

******

Hi Dr. ****** ~

How about 12:10 pm tomorrow (Tues.)? Also, where is your office(?)

GD

Hi Greg,

Sorry, I just saw this–things always get messed up with my TTU email when I have to change passwords.

Have you checked with the other professors on your committee? May 7 is the last day of classes, so you may have difficulty getting anyone to sign up for anything after that.

I am free on May 6 all day, and on May 8 depending on the time (faculty meeting at 2pm). In general, Mondays and Wednesdays are good for me.

My office hours are T,Th, 2:30-4:00 pm, so you can come by anytime during those slots for me to sign the form.

Best,
******

Hi Dr. ******-

Since (I think?) you teach core classes in the art dept., was wondering if you would be willing/able to be on my core exam committee. I am planning on doing the C.E. the week of May 6th.

GD

Hi Greg,
 
Assuming that you require (or are allowed) someone from ART on your core committee, I would be happy to do that (I will not write the question but I don’t think that’s an issue).
However, I will be out of town from the 8th through 12th of May.
 
Dr ******

Dr. ****** –

Someone from art is required, preferably one who teaches (or has taught) core courses. Perhaps I will try for May 6th.
Once I have a consensus on availability, I’ll include everyone on the committee in subsequent emails. If it won’t work out for your schedule, I will ask someone else and let you know.

Thank You!
G

OK. I’m also available on the 7th from 9-12 (classes at 12:30 and 3:30).
 
******

Hi Dr. ****** 

It is looking like May 6th for my core exam at this point. What times would you be available that day?

Thank You
Greg D

Hi Greg,  I’m free all day on the 6th.

OK thank you Dr. ******; I’m going to try and narrow a time frame down for that day and start sending group emails to everyone who has agreed to be on my C.E. committee.

GD

Dr. ****** et al ~

Though I have not yet heard back from everyone who I have requested to be on my core exam committee, it appears that the consensus so far points to May 6th as being the best day for my C.E. to be scheduled. 

It is my hope that the time frame can be as late in the day as possible, though not after 2:00 PM, since between 3:00 and 6:30 PM my presence is required elsewhere.

Ideally, the time slot would be after lunch around 1:30 or even 2:00, though earlier in the day is also workable. Please let me know if this time slot could work for you.

Thank You!
Greg Delapaix

I am away from the office with itnermittent web access but will respond as soon as possible.

Hi Greg
 
Late in the day means 3 or 4 o’clock to most people. I’m glad you mentioned that you have an appointment at 3. Because of that, you will have to schedule by 1 at the latest. The exam usually takes about an hour and a half but it can go a little longer – you need to plan on 2 hours so as not to be rushed (or rush anyone else).  I would love 9 or 10 am and have it done before noon but your other committee members probably will have some morning classes. I’m open all day.
 
******

Dear core committee participants ~

Information made available to me regarding the process of the core exam compels me to request the specific time frame of May 6th at 1:00 PM. This allows for completion of the event before 3:00 PM.

Please confirm if you are able to accommodate that time slot,

Thank You
Greg Delapaix

That is OK for me.
 
******, DMA
Associate Director for Graduate Programs
School of Music, Texas Tech University
P. O. Box 42033
Lubbock, TX 79409
 
806.742.2270.255

OK for me also.
Anna

Sorry to muddy the waters — I have a standing meeting at 1:00.  I could manage a 2:00 exam even though it would cut into another scheduled meeting, but the 1:00 slot won’t work.  Sorry, ******
 
******, Ph.D.
Associate Dean, College of Visual & Performing Arts
Associate Professor in Art History
Box 45060
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, TX  79409-5060
Office: 806.742.0700 — Fax:  806.742.0695

Would 2:00 work for everyone?

GD

2:00 is fine with me.
 
******, DMA
Associate Director for Graduate Programs
School of Music, Texas Tech University
P. O. Box 42033
Lubbock, TX 79409
 
806.742.2270.255

Sorry…but I have a class at 2.

Works for me.

Sent from my iPad

Does it work for you? I thought you had a 3:00 appointment.

Sent from my iPad

Just read Dr ****** reply. obviously he thinks it won’t take more than an hour if he was willing to come at 1:00.

Sent from my iPad

haha yes that is a good point…. hmmm, I think I’m going to see if Dr. ****** from Theater can fill the 2:00 slot.

GD

Good idea.

Hi ****** ~

I’m writing to you in hopes that you can join my core exam committee. Drs ****** and ****** are unable to fit the time slot of my core exam into their schedule, and you are the only other option, as one who teaches (or has taught) core classes.

So…. would it be possible for you to be part of my core exam committee at 2:00 PM on May 6th? If so, that would be great news, and also if you are able to do it, please let me know when is a good time to stop by your office to talk briefly and have you sign my form.

Thank You!
Greg Delapaix

Yes, Greg, I would be able to do that. My office hours are at 11 a.m. Monday-Friday. I can sign the form then if that would work for you.

******, PhD
Associate Professor
Director of Theatre
Department of Theatre and Dance
Texas Tech University
Box 42061
Lubbock, Texas 79409-2061
806-742-4472

That is great news!
Thank you Dr. ******. I will add you to the group email, and update everyone. I will stop by early next week

Greg D.

…..correction– ******…..

Hi Dr. ****** ~

Thank you for your gracious acceptance and willingness to be on my core exam committee. Since everyone else was able to be present on May 6th at 2:00 PM, I decided to see if ****** was able to fill your spot, which he was. This was a better option than trying to get everyone into a different time frame, so I will have Dr. ****** fill the theater seat.

Thanks again, best wishes, see you around the castle!
Greg D.

Dr. ****** has agreed to be part of the core exam committee on May 6th at 2:00 PM. This creates agreement on the time slot. As you may already know, Dr. ****** will be writing my question.

Thank you to all for your gracious acceptance to be part of my committee, and please mark your calendars!

Greg D.

Hi Greg,
 
Yay!  That wasn’t too difficult.  Now you have to find a room.
ART 102 is a good possibility.
 
 
Dr ******
Associate Professor of Medieval Art History
Texas Tech University
Box 42081
Lubbock, TX 79409-2081

Thank you Dr. ******- is Art 102 the conference room near the office?
G

YES, a spacious, pleasant room for such events.  Talk to ******.

OK I’ll talk to her tomorrow
G

Greg,
 
You will not get out of there within an hour. If all goes extremely well (and it doesn’t always), the meeting could adjourn within an hour and 5 or 10 minutes, but you will still have to close your power point, shut down your computer, and put everything in the room back in order. You will need at least an hour and a half, but more like 2 hours to be comfortable. You should try to rearrange your 3pm appointment.
 
******

Thank you, yes…. it’s a class w/ Dr. ******- a three hour class for which I will have to be late….
G

You’d better take her chocolates when you tell her that.

chocolate…. I just ordered a whole bunch of it….
since I may be only a few minutes late though, I’ll probably keep it all for myself  haha

GD

Yes, you probably won’t need it, but keep some in reserve just in case.

O.k., I have it on my calendar, ******

Leading up to my present artistic stance…

Art 5363: Research Methods in the Visual Arts Spring 2013
Regarding my artistic process…
As a PhD student, my artistic and musical productions have dropped off considerably in favor of a more literary approach to things. My recent educational endeavors have included studies in geographic information science and technology (graduate certificate at USC) MFA in interdisciplinary arts (Goddard College), MFA studies in music and sound for visual media (Academy of Art University), training in Shamanic journeying, healing, and creative work through various members of Michael Harner’s Foundation for Shamanic Studies, and intense studies in lucid dreaming and out of body experiences, along with Keylontic science. I owe my recent spiritual awakening to the presence in my life of my best friend Joey- a Parson Russell Terrier, and a shining example of the best aspects of that breed- smart, loyal, tough, communicative, and energetic. I have come to believe that Joey was sent to me specifically to take a central part in my spiritual awakening, and I have spent a good deal of time with him in dream realities, since he died in October of 2011 at the age of four and a half years, during the first semester after I had left him in Oregon to attend school at TTU. Joey and I were very close, he was like a son to me, and I wouldn’t wish losing a precious friend like Joe while away, and not being able to be there with him, on anyone. Yet if it weren’t for what happened with Joe, I honestly don’t know where I would be right now– certainly not on the path I am on now, working to understand the true nature of reality and illusion that we live with, here in the 3D world.
 A series of events occurred for me during the end of the year 2011, and I can string them together quite clearly in my mind– never before did such a small collection of events shape me in such big ways, and I am sure that many people would agree with me when I say that death is a great spiritual teacher. On a Tuesday night following a weekend where I had participated in a workshop called “Shamanism and Creativity,” and where following a shamanic journey, one of the other attendees had produced for me the message “appreciate the beast,” I got a phone call from home that Joey was not doing very well. I had requested weeks before this that my wife take Joey to the vet for a checkup, as I wanted to make sure he was OK following some recent difficulties with fleas and other skin issues, along with some other health problems when he was younger. I was assured he was fine, and to “stop saying that” every time I asked that Joey be taken for a checkup– I was advised that we couldn’t afford to spend money on a checkup, and to be honest, I was not very trusting of medical doctors or veterinary doctors anyway. The next night my daughter called me, and through tears and an upset voice told me that Joey was throwing up and not able to stand very well. I convinced my exhausted wife to take him to the vet, who later informed me that Joey’s chances for a successful recovery were not very good. As if to underline the words of the doctor coming to me from 1700 miles away, an assistant came to tell the doctor that Joey was having convulsions. Through tears, I had to give the vet permission to put Joey to sleep. When my wife called to confirm that Joe was dead, I remember standing in the rain here in Lubbock, crying and saying “no…” –it was really the most trying moment of my life, Joey is very precious to me. The difficulty continued as I arrived back home in December, to gather Joey’s things and try to come to terms both with losing Joe, and with my silent rage centered on the refusal of my wife to honor my requests for her to take Joe to the vet. The powerful but invisible conflux of situations and parameters that made it impossible for me to save Joe seemed even more powerful when facing the absence of Joe at home. I felt spiritually weak and very small in the face of such mundane but overwhelmingly powerful forces.
A few days later as I waited in the car outside of a department store for my wife and daughter, an interview on the radio caught my attention. A man who claimed to have the ability to “soul travel” was asserting with “one hundred and ten percent certainty” that conscious travels outside of his physical body were not simply dreams or fantasies of some kind. He also mentioned that he had interacted with animals in the astral realms. My wife came back to the car as I was listening and I grabbed her hand to prevent her from turning the volume down, which she has a habit of doing. Within a week, amidst dreams where I was healing Joey, crying, and telling him that I loved him, I had a dream where I was sitting in another car outside of another store, waiting for my wife, when a man’s voice came on the radio and said that “people everywhere are leaving their bodies and flying around in the astral planes.” Shortly after that I found myself listening to an interview on YouTube, where a man named William Buhlman was being interviewed by George Noory on the radio show “Coast to Coast.” I should mention that previous to these events I had spent a good deal of time grappling with aspects of consciousness in my visual artwork and in my writings, where I was trying to reach an understanding of meeting points between the limits of technology and the limits of the human brain and mind. People like Ray Kurzweil were (and still are) discussing ways to make a brain “a thousand times more powerful than a human mind” by modeling the human brain, and then simply expanding on that model. I was also studying ufology and evidence for extraterrestrial presences on earth throughout our history. These areas of thought led to questions regarding the limits of materiality in relation to consciousness. Within days of hearing William Buhlman claim that we are multi-dimensional and that anyone can verify this for themselves, I was immersed in literature which had been dismissed as pure fiction by my own parents decades earlier. I began training in earnest to have my own out of body experiences. Within two months I was experiencing aspects of multidimensionality on my own, through lucid dreams and brief out of body ventures.
Further studies in multidimensionality and the ability to utilize various energy bodies which all of us possess, led to a resurgence of personal interest in metaphysics. This in turn led directly to my current intense study of the tenets of Keylontic science, which has opened up vast fields of artistic possibility well beyond the vistas I had seen when combining ideas of transhumanism with shamanism. Joey’s death ultimately led to my own realization that we are in fact multidimensional, and that death is in fact simply a transition to other aspects of reality. Transhumanism and it’s purely materialistic ways of enhancing our existence and our experience was out the window, and I was and still am completely absorbed both artistically and intellectually with ways that we can transcend material limitations of the 3D world.
 Because of Joe’s influence on my life and the process of his death, my attention has been redirected to areas I would not otherwise have been directed to, and I have had to let go of certain limiting habits and belief systems. In an artistic sense, I am concerned with showing the world that we are not anything like the small and limited beings that the “powers that be” would like us to believe we are. Starting with the night that Joey got sick, I have been on a path of complete personal transformation, which now extends out to multiple dimensions, all of which are real and can be experienced consciously. I now perceive Joey not as a dog that I once had and who died and “is gone now,” but as a spiritual ally and one who “graduated with honors” from the physical world.
No one has to believe anything they choose not to, and the physical world that we are as a group now focused on can be just as spiritual as any other dimension or “astral plane.” The problem is that the world we live in is being ruled with an iron fist. It is a presence which has been here a long time, and which can now easily be seen by those willing to take the time and effort to LOOK– to look and see how humanity has and is being progressively enslaved. So….. the impulse behind all of the creative work I am now doing is to find ways to empower myself. In so doing, I hope to show others that there are innumerable ways that we can empower ourselves as individuals and as a society. Empowerment is not being in conflict, it is about learning to let things go, and opening yourself to allow for better, more holistic, and greater possibilities. Thought is a creative process- thoughts create realities. If people can learn to recognize all of the ways that one percent of the population controls the other ninety-nine percent, we can start to embrace alternative systems of thinking. Like the well known researcher of alternate energies and ufology Dr. Steven Greer said recently: “It’s not about getting rid of the pentagon, it’s about leaving it behind.”

Initial Respones fr Co-Chairs

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 Orfila, Jorgelina
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Wednesday, March 06, 2013 12:59 PM
That will not be a problem!
I am meeting with Dr. Stoune today, to ask him to write my core exam question.

GD

 

From: Orfila, Jorgelina
Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2013 7:12 AM
To: Delapaix, Greg
Subject: Re: Greg Delapaix brief outline of PhD direction

What about trying to get outside it … Scholarship implies critical distance

Sent from my iPad

On Mar 6, 2013, at 12:38 AM, “Delapaix, Greg” wrote:

Hi Dr. Orfila-

Yes I understand, these are legitimate questions- all of them are answered within the culture I want to write about.

GD

From: Orfila, Jorgelina
Sent: Tuesday, March 05, 2013 5:20 PM
To: Delapaix, Greg
Subject: RE: Greg Delapaix brief outline of PhD direction

Greg,

I skimmed through your document. Hmmm. for this to be the topic of a diss you have to distance yourself from the material. who says what? who authored these things… the people from Sirius ? how do we know they are original Have you seen them? where are them? How can you prove that the Maharata for example was a translation of this? if you cannot prove it … it is belief.

What contemporary society? how? who believe in this? etc.

Where is the visual aspect of this?

More anon.

From: Delapaix, Greg
Sent: Saturday, March 02, 2013 11:54 PM
To: Orfila, Jorgelina
Subject: Greg Delapaix brief outline of PhD direction

Hi Dr. Orfila-

Here’s the paper you suggested, so we can talk w/ Dr. Ortega next week. I would be interested in any thoughts you have, or if you think I should make any changes before we meet next week.

Thank you
Greg D.

Brief Outline of PhD Direction Modified

Greg Delapaix
Brief outline of PhD research/dissertation direction and concentration
March 2, 2013

The direction I am going with my PhD research and dissertation is a cultural study centered on tenets of Keylontic Science in relation to contemporary culture.

A preliminary thesis may be that Keylontic encryptions in art and music, along with more axiomatic applications of Keylontic principles in the creative arts and in communities can effect positive/transformational paradigm shifts in contemporary society. The research and dissertation will be specifically structured to analyze and/or uncover cultural elements that exhibit the presence or lack of Keylontic principles in the plastic arts and music, and in relation to wider aspects of culture in the form of various disciplines mentioned above. The dynamics associated with this presence or lack of presence can provide a fertile ground for cultural analysis.

Having recently been selected to work with art and music teams as part of an emerging global community based on conscious living and principles of Keylontic science, I will also be co-creating visual and musical works which demonstrate activations of Keylontic principles. This community is concerned with disseminating the knowledge found in KS in non-exclusive ways, thus it will provide a useful forum which can inform my PhD work.

I plan to reconcile contemporary culture with KS, where aspects of each can function as a kind of filter for the other. Additional considerations may include the scientific and/or paranormal/esoteric/shamanic. Fields of study to be drawn from (especially regarding related thinking idioms and/or preliminary coursework) may include sociology, anthropology, philosophy, art and music theory, archaeology, metaphysics, comparative literature & religions, urban & ethnic studies, parapsychology, and post-humanities.

In practical terms of apprehension, KS involves a multi-dimensional interweaving of consciousness and energy within highly structured systems of knowledge. The esoteric features of KS listed above notwithstanding, there are numerous channels available for its application, just as there exist growing numbers of people around the world engaged with it in practical terms. In terms of new knowledge, a study of this kind may well be the first within academic channels, just as there are many resources (both academic and otherwise) which lend themselves to a cultural study of this kind.

A brief description of Keylontic science is as follows:
A fifteen dimensional unified field physics, encompassing morphogenetic (matter template) science and primary creation mechanics.
Advanced Merkaba-Kundalini-DNA Bio-regenesis ascension mechanics and Kathara core template healing, encompassing multi-dimensional manipulations of human and planetary relational energies.
Planetary and universal templar star-gate mechanics along with books of maps and keys, pre-ancient history, founders races, and angelic race evolutions.
Higher sensory perceptions and out of body travel, Melchizedek Cloister Law of One Spiritual Studies.

A brief description of background information on Keylontic science includes:
-The following five points are quoted from a Web site devoted to the original language of the CDT plates, the Anuhazi language, a pre-cursor to Sanskrit [http://anuhazi-owl.tumblr.com/post/23789165181/cdt-plates-cdt-plate-speakers-the-emerald-covenant]
• “The CDT-plates are part of a larger apparatus that includes 12 corresponding, larger silver discs called the Signet Shields.”
“The Maharata, an ancient Sacred Text translation of the Founders Races CDT-plates from 246,000 BC, which originally contained 590 volumes, and over 500,000 pages, of non-dogmatic, egalitarian, Sacred Spiritual Science Teachings covering every aspect of mastering personal and cosmic reality.”
“Other translations of ancient times were dispensed through Speakers born into Hindu, Chinese, Tibetan, African, Egyptian, Mayan, Incan and Celtic-druidic Grail Lines.”
“Before intentional editing and distortion at the hand of Fallen Angelics and corrupt human power elite, the teachings of every traditional religious belief system on Earth, from Christianity to Buddhism and Indigenous Tribal Oral Tradition, originally emerged from re-translations of the Maharata Texts and CDT-plates.”
“Cloister Dora-Teura (CDT) Plates:
A series of 12 Pre-atlantian Holographic Disk Records form 246,000 BC. They are small pale silver physical disk that contains massive tomes of practical physical and spiritual evolutionary advancement (Sacred Spiritual Science) teachings that are translated by 3 Speakers.”

Brief Outline of My PhD Focus as of March 2013

Greg Delapaix

Brief outline of PhD research/dissertation direction and concentration

March 2, 2013

The direction I am going with my PhD research and dissertation is a cultural study centered on tenets of Keylontic Science in relation to contemporary culture.

A brief description of Keylontic science is as follows: 

  • A fifteen dimensional unified field physics, encompassing morphogenetic (matter template) science and primary creation mechanics.
  • Advanced Merkaba-Kundalini-DNA Bio-regenesis ascension mechanics and Kathara core template healing, encompassing multi-dimensional manipulations of human and planetary relational energies.
  • Planetary and universal templar star-gate mechanics along with books of maps and keys, pre-ancient history, founders races, and angelic race evolutions.
  • Higher sensory perceptions and out of body travel, Melchizedek Cloister Law of One Spiritual Studies.

A brief description of background information on Keylontic science includes:

-The following five points are quoted from a Web site devoted to the original language of the CDT plates, the Anuhazi language, a pre-cursor to Sanskrit [http://anuhazi-owl.tumblr.com/post/23789165181/cdt-plates-cdt-plate-speakers-the-emerald-covenant]

• “The CDT-plates are part of a larger apparatus that includes 12 corresponding, larger silver discs called the Signet Shields.”

  • “The Maharata, an ancient Sacred Text translation of the Founders Races CDT-plates from 246,000 BC, which originally contained 590 volumes, and over 500,000 pages, of non-dogmatic, egalitarian, Sacred Spiritual Science Teachings covering every aspect of mastering personal and cosmic reality.”
  • “Other translations of ancient times were dispensed through Speakers born into Hindu, Chinese, Tibetan, African, Egyptian, Mayan, Incan and Celtic-druidic Grail Lines.”
  • “Before intentional editing and distortion at the hand of Fallen Angelics and corrupt human power elite, the teachings of every traditional religious belief system on Earth, from Christianity to Buddhism and Indigenous Tribal Oral Tradition, originally emerged from re-translations of the Maharata Texts and CDT-plates.”
  • “Cloister Dora-Teura (CDT) Plates:

A series of 12 Pre-atlantian Holographic Disk Records form 246,000 BC. They are small pale silver physical disk that contains massive tomes of practical physical and spiritual evolutionary advancement (Sacred Spiritual Science) teachings that are translated by 3 Speakers.”

In practical terms of apprehension, KS involves a multi-dimensional interweaving of consciousness and energy within highly structured systems of knowledge. The esoteric features of KS listed above notwithstanding, there are numerous channels available for its application, just as there exist growing numbers of people around the world engaged with it in practical terms. In terms of new knowledge, a study of this kind may well be the first within academic channels, just as there are many resources (both academic and otherwise) which lend themselves to a cultural study of this kind.

I plan to reconcile contemporary culture with KS, where aspects of each can function as a kind of filter for the other. Additional considerations may include the scientific and/or paranormal/esoteric/shamanic. Fields of study to be drawn from (especially regarding related thinking idioms and/or preliminary coursework) may include sociology, anthropology, philosophy, art and music theory, archaeology, metaphysics, comparative literature & religions, urban & ethnic studies, parapsychology, and post-humanities.

A preliminary thesis may be that Keylontic encryptions in art and music, along with more axiomatic applications of Keylontic principles in the creative arts and in communities can effect positive/transformational paradigm shifts in contemporary society. The research and dissertation will be specifically structured to analyze and/or uncover cultural elements that exhibit the presence or lack of Keylontic principles in the plastic arts and music, and in relation to wider aspects of culture in the form of various disciplines mentioned above. The dynamics associated with this presence or lack of presence can provide a fertile ground for cultural analysis.

Having recently been selected to work with art and music teams as part of an emerging global community based on conscious living and principles of Keylontic science, I will also be co-creating visual and musical works which demonstrate activations of Keylontic principles. This community is concerned with disseminating the knowledge found in KS in non-exclusive ways, thus it will provide a useful forum which can inform my PhD work.

Meeting on 02_27_2013

As Dr. Ortega had agreed to be my co-chairperson, we had a meeting on Wednesday. After this meeting, I felt that I was definitely moving forward with the ability to center my dissertation on Keylontic science in relation to contemporary culture, along with the ability to create art and music in conjunction with Aurora Earth and on my own. We discussed my previous conversation with Dr. Chua, and some of the disciplines which may intersect my research. Also we talked about areas in some of these disciplines which might harbor faculty members from outside of the art department who may wish to be on my dissertation committee. These disciplines include Sociology, Anthropology, Parapsychology, Comparative Literature and Religions, English, Philosophy, Urban and Ethnic Studies, etc. At this point I would add Post-Humanism and Archaeology. Dr. Ortega made some good suggestions, including being careful about mixing Philosophers with Art Historians on my committee. Another thing he said which was valuable to me was that I should look for places in my studies where aspects of Keylontic science or elements in alignment with it might be present or absent, and working with the dynamics around those.
I have also scheduled a meeting with Dr. Stoune, who taught my Music 5310 class, and who I am going to ask to write my core exam question. I also met with Dr. Orfila, to ask if she would consider being the other co-chair on my dissertation committee. She has been very supportive of my direction, and she has been complimentary on my writing skills to other faculty members. Today, I have written a brief paper explaining what exactly I want to do, which I will post here, I have agreed to meet with Dr. Ortega and Dr. Orfila next week after they read this paper.