Doorway to the Otherworld
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The Otherworld has captivated the brilliant minds and hearts of people like
(The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings),
(The Chronicles of Narnia),
(Alice in Wonderland),
and many others. All of them were one way or another involved
in the doorway to the Otherworld. Einstein spent his life investigating
the doorway. Tolkien and Lewis spent their lives looking through the
door, and Carroll entered into it. Is the Otherworld all fiction and
fantasy, or does it really exist? And what role do remote viewing and
play in the Otherworld of Wiltshire England?
The magical land where mythical animals, balls of light, crop circles,
and power places show us that what we originally thought to be fantasy,
is actually reality.
The smell of a newly lit pipe and good brown beer fills the air. Through
the haze of smoke one can see two men leaning forward and talking
excitingly as they sit at the table in the corner near the bar. Outside
the door, the summer pre-storm wind makes
The Eagle and Child
pub’s sign creak and groan slightly. The sound is akin to a rusty door opening,
welcoming the weary traveler. The energy between the two men is
electrifying the air in the pub. Hobbits, elves, mythical beasts and
talking animals take over the conversation. J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S.
Lewis laugh out loud.
The Eagle and Child pub in Oxford
Bert Janssen inside the Eagle and Child pub in Oxford
The magical atmosphere that saturated the Eagle and Child pub in Oxford
some 60 years ago is still tangible and very much alive. With great
respect we sit down at the same table that was home to Tolkien and
Lewis, who were members of a group of authors called the Inklings. This
is where they once fought their word battles. The presence of both men
and all their creations can still be felt. The door to the Otherworld,
the world of Middle-Earth, the Shire and Narnia, was open decades ago
and still whispers its secrets to those that can hear.
Out of the blue, the woman said to us, “Jesus meant do not cling to me
and attempt to go through the doorway with me to my Father. Jesus had
given Mary Magdalene the keys to the door, but she must find the doorway
on her own in her own time.” We were both stunned by the intensity of the
message and could feel the importance of this information.
Only hours earlier we were walking
High Street, we
St. Mary Magdalene,
an England parish church on Magdalene
Street. One of our great loves is to
research medieval churches and
cathedrals throughout Europe. These are
like books written in stone, glass, and
symbolism. For us, they are doorways to
times past, and we sensed a strong inner
knowing that there was a clue for us in
this particular church. Inside the
beautiful and exquisite Magdalene
sanctuary, a woman was lighting candles
near a stained glass window depicting
Mary and Jesus in the garden just before
his ascension. We were staring at the
window and the words underneath it which
Christ spoke to Mary Magdalene, “Do not
touch me, for I have not yet ascended to
my Father” (John 20:17).
St. Mary Magdalene Church in Oxford
A few days
earlier we were attending a lecture by
Dr. Simeon Hein,
Mt. Baldly Institute,
in Boulder, Colorado USA. Dr. Hein lectured about the
activities of his Institute, about remote viewing.
is closely related to
Remote viewing is the
ability to see something that is hidden from physical view. This hiding
is not necessarily limited to an object being out of sight around the
corner or in a sealed envelope. It can also be ‘hidden’ in another
dimension and be right here, right next to you. Einstein and other
parallel reality theoreticians believe that these other realities are
less than an atomic dimension away. Are these parallel realities and the
Otherworld of Tolkien and C.S. Lewis one and the same? And does remote
viewing open the doorway to them, to the Otherworld? Bit by bit the
pieces of the puzzle fall together into one big picture and the magic
glue that connects all these seemingly unrelated pieces is DMT.
Dr. Simeon Hein and Bert Janssen
|| Rick Strassman, MD
Dimethyltryptamine (DMT) is intimately connected with
Rick Strassman, MD,
‘DMT: The Spirit Molecule’.
After five years of clinical
research and administering DMT to 60 volunteers, Strassman concluded
there’s a biological component to spiritual experiences – experiences
that range from a Near Death Experience to an otherworldly mystical
occurrence. His volunteers reported a variety of amazing experiences. It
seemed they had fallen down Alice In Wonderland’s rabbit hole or met the
Hobbits in the Shire. It was common for the volunteers to encounter
little people, elves, fairies, and wise, enlightened masters during
their DMT experience. Experiences where the Otherworld became visible,
tangible, and this induced a dramatic life-change for them. We are not
talking about hallucinations like those triggered by LSD. According to Strassman,
DMT opens the door to other worlds that really exist.
Strassman furthermore discovered that the pineal gland can release
varying quantities of DMT on its own. When this happens in sufficient
amounts mystical experiences, similar to the ones his volunteers
reported, may occur.
And ... for thousands of years, the jungle shamans of Peru have utilized a plant
that assists them to travel beyond this 3-D
reality. The active substance in Ayahuasca is ... DMT.
Amazing! Especially when you see it in the light of Dr. Hein’s presentation.
The mere act of remote viewing itself triggers the pineal gland to release
DMT, which enables the viewer to ‘see.’
But there is more. Not only remote viewing has this quality. Power
Avebury can have
the same effect. Tolkien himself travelled on a regular basis to Avebury
to sit under his favorite magical tree. His tree is still there, guarded
by elves and gnomes.
Avebury, with Tolkien's tree in the foreground
Tolkien's magical tree
It is getting crowded at the table we are sitting at in the Eagle and
Child pub. Hobbits, elves, speaking animals. They are all vying for our
attention. Their unintelligible whispers saturate the air and fill up
our heads. Then, all of the sudden, the words are crystal clear.
“Remote viewing, crop circles and standing stones.”
Two people laugh out loud. We! Of course. Remote viewing, crop circles
and standing stones. Bring them together and not only will the door
open, one can also enter through it and step into the Otherworld. A
lightning bolt of recognition flashes between us. A new truth began to
birth itself into our minds. We had already done it without being
consciously aware of it. We have had experiences in places like Avebury
West Kennet Long Barrow
where, without realizing it, spontaneous
remote viewing had occurred. We had unconsciously already stepped
through Tolkien’s doorway resulting in encounters with mythical animals like
the guardian of the Otherworld, and Nazgűl-birds, with
strange magical sounds, and balls of light floating over the crop circle
fields of Wiltshire.
Crop circle at Etchilhampton, 2012
Crop circle at Milk Hill, 2012
So many events and the light never turned on – we never connected the
dots, until now. We both shake our heads in agreement and acknowledge
that we have to go back and consciously incorporate remote viewing into
our experiences. We have to go back to the magical standing stones of
Stonehenge. Back to the mysterious
crop circles that every
year are sprinkled throughout the mythical landscape of
encourage you to travel with us. To
Wayland's Smithy. To
West Kennet Long Barrow. To the
and the Circle of Kings. To the Stone Avenue and to
Merlin’s Mound in
Marlborough, the grave of the great
Magician Merlin. To the land of the
crop circles where the veil is thin and the door to the Otherworld is
wide open, and to
Oxford -- the city of great minds and master
architects of the Otherworld -- to the
Magdalene church and the
Eagle and Child pub.
Travel with us and let this be the year that you not only see the doorway
to the Otherworld, but also walk through it. Master remote viewing in
sacred places, and enter through Tolkien’s doorway to the (Wilt) Shire
and beyond. Come with us on our expeditions to the power places of
England, in the footsteps of King Arthur who was seeking the Holy Grail,
Tolkien who was seeking the higher wisdom, and Einstein who was seeking
the doorway to other dimensional realities.
Our private tours in England are not
meant for everybody. You have to be curious about the Otherworld, have
an open mind, and be ready for the unknown, because we never know what
we will encounter.