Names involved include Andrija Puharich, Sir John Whitmore, Phyllis V. Schlemmer, J.J. Hurtak (“Keys of Enoch” [“Axiotonal Alignment”]), Charles and Lillian Laughead (of the Dorothy Martin/Sister Thedra circle).
Others such as Dr Neil Hitchen, Lyall Watson(he is credited with the first published use of the term "hundredth monkey" in his 1979 book, Lifetide), Stuart Holroyd (commissioned by Puharich and Whitmore to write of their adventures in 1977 as a prelude to the coming landing on planet Earth) and Gene Roddenberry (“Beam me up Scotty”).
Phyllis V. Schlemmer, Andrija Puharich, Sir John Whitmore, J.J. Hurtak(eccentric erstwhile guru from California, a man with his own extra-terrestrial contacts who had regaled his students at the California Institute of the Arts with reports of his conversations with contacts with names like Enoch, Maitreya and Metatron, learnt from Tom that he was from Altea and he was the 'spiritual leader' of the Ossining Group "), Dr Neil Hitchen and Lyall Watson were core members who received information from the “Nine” received thru “TOM” which included:
“Atlantis, Tom explained in reply to Andrija's question, was a civilisation originated by a migrant group from Aksu. It had flourished for thousands of years and had come to a sudden cataclysmic end about 11000 BC. It had stretched from Greece to the Americas. The name Atlantis was in fact a corruption, and it should be known as the Altean civilisation, for its people 'were of the civilisation of Altea'.
'Could you give us a glimpse of the level of civilisation attained by the Alteans?' Andrija asked. 'What was their outstanding achievement?'
'In the field of what you call medicine they were far superior to what you are at this time. Also, your knowledge of electronics is primitive compared to their knowledge. And they knew how to use the mind to move objects and to move themselves. If it was not that below their waist, they were always in trouble, it would have been a fine civilisation.'
'Was their medicine not able to help them with that part of their problem?' Andrija asked.
'They enjoyed it,' Tom said. 'We, as we have told you before have no objections to enjoyment, except when it becomes that consuming.
Instead of using the great medical knowledge that they had to improve their minds they used it to improve their sex organs.' Altean surgery, he explained, was capable of effecting transplants of all the vital organs of the body, even of brains, and 'those organs that were transplanted were far superior to those that had existed in the physical body'. The life expectancy of an Altean who had the best medical care could run into thousands of years.
Maybe they could just hover outside my window every morning so I can snap a pic?.
I won't tell.
Hurtak, who had held the post of Professor of Oriental Studies at the California Institute-of the Arts at Valencia, was not so much a teacher as an experience, a guru-figure whose teaching was not an explanation of objective reality but a spontaneous creation of ideas and experiences that made his students explore new areas for themselves and in themselves. Dressed always in a crumpled suit and wearing a black beret perched on the back of his head, Hurtak held classes which sometimes ran as long as eight hours, during which he would alternate between reading long passages of scripture and delivering rambling commentaries on them. The commentaries were always fascinating and provocative, but how they were connected with the readings was a mystery to John. He sometimes spoke about UFOs and about his personal contacts with extra-terrestrials, who, he said, had often intervened in Earth history since prehistoric times, when they had first established a civilization in the Tarim Basin to the north of Tibet. Many of his students recorded his every word, except on occasions when he made them turn off their machines while he gave them some devastating piece of cosmic news that only he was privy to and which he said he was now allowed to share with them.
Who or what was Tom?
1. Tom was a pure invention, a creation of Andrija, Phyllis or John or of the three of them in collusion.
2. Tom was an unconscious invention, a composite created out of information contained in the minds of the sitters by the well-known mediumistic process of 'withdrawal' of such information.
3. Tom was a secondary personality of Phyllis's, endowed with psi abilities, that takes over when she is in a dissociated state of consciousness.
4. Tom was a spirit, a discarnate entity with extraordinary powers of invention and cognition.
5. Tom was what he says he is, an intelligent being from another part of the cosmos.
As Quimby stated: Our acts are directed by our belief!
So, as regards Axiatonal alignment, when I read things like:
What I have discovered is: the Axialtonal (they could at least spell it right) Alignment is a little sensitive. There is a safety built in that will kick you out (misalign you again) under certain circumstances.
The Rules: Only positive, non-ego, selfless type thoughts seem to be allowed. Thoughts and intentions need to be set in a positive, somewhat selfless and worldly way. Any negative or ego centered thinking will set you off the (axialtonal) grid. You can think about how to positively affect your world, the world and lives around you and ultimately the universe. EX: "I need/want a big house/money/etc" vs "my house/money etc. bring me and my family great joy and brings joy to anyone who is near it"
I have found it is best done when someone is sleeping for optimal benefit, as the mind cannot get in the way of what I call the "gridwork".
I chalk it up to a vivid imagination and belief system.
"We are here
This is Tom
We come in love and peace
Greetings, blessings, joy"
The Only Planet of Choice
by Phyllis V. Schlemmer
Earlier in 1973, maverick linguist, alleged CIA consultant, occultist and nouveau Egyptologist, J.J. Hurtak, according to his account, had been “lifted up” in a body of light into a region of stars called Merak and Muscida by the Master Ophanim Enoch. Enoch, answering a prayerful plea from Hurtak, had come to deliver a revelatory message outlining the purpose of life on the Earth plane, and to reveal the contours of a coming confrontation between the Children of Light and the Fallen Masters of Darkness. Over a period of two days (Jan 2-3) Enoch “downloaded” into Hurtak a total of 64 keys or revelations and these became The Book of Knowledge: The Keys of Enoch. The Book of Knowledge details a premillennial, post-Christian account that calls on the Children of Light to be genetically recoded for the energy transformations to come that they may be the vanguard of an ascended “Christ Race,” which will complete the evolution of the original Pre-Adamic races. http://www.cesnur.org/2004/waco_matthews.htm
If you can make the reader believe anything no matter how absurd it is, he will prove it to be true by his experiments. This proves that our beliefs make us act and our acts are directed by our belief, for the wisdom or knowledge is in the belief. People are not aware of this.
Make man responsible for his belief and he will be as cautious what he believes as he is in what he says and does, for he will see that just as he measures out to another just so it will be measured out to him.
If you make a person believe that he is in danger of any trouble he will be affected just according to his belief, so all beliefs are to be analyzed like food or drink to see what it contains and how it acts upon the body, for the belief being in the mind, it shows itself on the body.