11:11, submitted by erosion. A website informing people how to make contact with celestial beings if they see a series of repeating numbers. The site contorts obscure passages from an obscure quasi-religious text to prove that angels are using repeating numbers (like a clock turning 11:11) to send a message to humanity. They must send a lot of fucking messages every day.
In the early days of most inhabited worlds, certain superhuman but materialized beings are of assignment, but they usually retire upon the arrival of the Planetary Adams. The transactions of such beings and the efforts of the Material Sons to improve the evolutionary races often result in the appearance of a limited number of creatures who are difficult to classify.
There is also an associated website full to overflowing with various messages from people who have been contacted by these clock-loving angels. So how do you gow about contacting these celestial beings?
Transmitting and receiving is the term that has been coined to describe the process of communication between mortals and celestials. The process does vary from individual to individual, and indeed even one individual may over time utilise slightly different approaches. In all cases however a meditative state is adopted, with the depth of that meditative state varying from light to deep states. It does seem that the celestials are desirous of moving away from what might be called "spoon feeding", where the receiver receives a word at a time, to a co-creative process where they communicate entire concepts or packets of information.
Ah, I get it, you basically just do whatever you want and then write down a bunch of shit pretending it came from godlike beings. Yeah, we need more of that in the world.
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