Dale of Silvermoon, CO Colony – Patrick Michael Mooney takes a nice long pull of marijuana out of his favorite glass pipe. The marijuana in it is his own, grown and harvested by his own hands during his first year in the Colorado colony. It burns gracefully into a white smoke and ash as the activators of feminine consciousness now swim through his lungs and into his blood like luscious undines out for a good time.
They find that good time in Mooney, the former High School teacher turned world class binaural beat engineer and magical multimedia artist. “Marijuana is my sacrament. It’s every bit as holy to me as the communion of bread and wine is to the Christians and the ripshaw brancoot is to the Yurekis of Outer Mongolia,” Patrick says with the certainty that makes me blush over my lack of awareness as to who the Yurekis actually are.
Sensing my partial bewilderment, Mooney breaks down his own spontaneous koan. “Yurekis are those who believe in what they are told. A sacrament is what someone else says it is. The ripshaw brancoot might as well be the phony war on terror or Ron Jeremy’s penis. Yurekis will swallow it until they gag on it. (You can actually hear the noise recorded all over the internet!) As such, it is best to leave their actions unmolested in faraway regions, such as Outer Mongolia. But if you are Mongolian, then you can adapt the metaphor by substituting New Jersey.”
Before we can get started talking about his latest spell, the wizard felt compelled to finish his expostulation. “Even though Yurekis have it rough in life because of all the lies they swallow to their own detriment, each is born with the power of choice to transform themselves out of the situation they were born into. In this, they are given the abundant love of god, for that is all that is required to become awake in the world. One simply has to choose it.”
Pulling again from his mixed salad of sativa and indica strains, Patrick looks long into my eye with a playful Irish grin causing him to squint with glee. “Spell 49 is about VICTORY, plain and simple. 49 became a special number to me through my work at The Monroe Institute. There, it has the unique meaning of being indicated as a focus level where Bob Monroe and his explorers came into contact with a consciousness known as Mirannon. Focus 49 has a special resonance with another focus level, labelled 18, and I AM that in more ways than one, which is beyond what I can explain to you right now.”
The White Wizard continued. “Mirannon was such a palpable presence that Bob Monroe named the lake he had created on his development after his friend from focus 49. In 2002, when I attended the Institute for the first time and visited the lake, I was grasped in my whole body with a power I had never felt before.”
Mooney says that last part, never feeling something before, is a common and often repeated phrase in the life of a wizard, whose journey is to work with and observe the divine parts of nature that reveal themselves to the aspiring adept and the full fledged master.
“Suddenly,” Patrick picks up the story again, “I was being pulled out to the center of the lake by two very beautiful undines, who knew I could not swim, yet did not pull me under despite the horrors sometimes invested in their reputation. It was an introduction, as if to say, HAVE NO FEAR.”
But Patrick had many fears. He says that when you wake up to realize that most of your education has been a fraud, and that your government is the perpetrator of that fraud, it becomes very hard to find anyone to trust, let alone begin working on what might be a solution to what feels like a very horrid dilemma.
“But that’s precisely what the work of a wizard is called to do. I had to trust that my position among the Yurekis, swallowing choad like the pablum of presidential politics or gyrating on religious postulates, was actually a good thing, created for my benefit.”
One of the benefits Mooney cites is compassion. “When you enter into a conscious KNOWING of your divinity, you see the soil from which you sprang up, and you most certainly can smell the bullshit. It is the fertilizer that compels the awake flower to grow upwards and outwards into its unique singularity of being a sex object to birds, bees and human noses.”
“I became a sex object to the Faery Realms, because my work at Monroe was making my soul smell good!” So good, in fact, that a dangerous synchronicity with a karaoke machine kicked his creative life into overdrive. Instead of filing court briefs with an American judicial system too invested in covering up the 9/11 fraud and its corresponding genocide (not to mention a long list of other sordid behaviors), Patrick followed the calling of The Muses and began his work on the Orphic Mysteries.
“As each spell is cast, my relationship with The Invisible becomes more grounded and integrated into a loving human form. For a time, this form will be a beacon of light as the world transitions out of an age of darkness. In other words, my magic is the annoying guy that turns on the light while you’re watching TV and actually invites you to get up off your ass and live a little bit before your tired mind dies.”
What’s so great about the outdoors? Isn’t that where the chemtrails and the terrorists are? “Yes, but its also where the hot pussy in yoga pants can be found, and you’re only but a moment away from Nature creating a grand spectacle out of pure love for you (not that yoga pants aren’t a grand spectacle in and of themselves!).”
It’s hard not to blush when you’re interviewing Mooney. There’s a playful boy and a sexy man put together in a pleasing package. Or is it that his package is pleasing? He’s giggling as I’m squirming.
“Don’t forget about my woman!” Mooney says of my observations about his sexual energy. “I’ve got as much girl in me as any human sporting a vagina. The Divine is both male and female, otherwise, how could the gods have created both? It goes for women, too, many of whom I have observed as being more masculine than my cock hanging brethren.”
So much of the karaoke wizard’s kosmology seems strange to anyone coming at it from a mainstream, black and white perspective. Mooney claims that Nature will reveal all of these teachings and more, firsthand, to those who have the courage to follow spirit.
“We are on the cusp or a truly unimaginable world. There has been an impressive campaign to hold back the truth from almost every quarter of human society and civilized inquiry. I AM here to say that, while efforts are being maintained to suppress the rise of truth, THEY HAVE ALREADY FAILED. Victory for the human spirit is assured throughout all eternity.”
“That’s why I sang The Rainbow Connection!”