The Prophecy: Turning Pure Lead Into Pure Gold

Life and existence are only as good or great as our long range moral and spiritual capital make it. Winning, and I do mean real winning comes down to seeing the gold within the lead, not exactly turning lead into gold or gold into lead or whatever the alchemical ideal is. In short, the greatest real success comes in work clothes initially, and looks like the ultimate failure of an idea that initially does not work like the turn of the phone screw of Alexander Graham Bell that made him great in the eyes of the world for “inventing the modern telephone”. Before that turn of the screw to make the current consistent so speech could be transmitted, everybody else invented a “useless toy”. This is an illustration about my point concerning the nature of success.

Usually, one step (or a few steps) beyond that last failure of a great idea that “did not work” is the thing that works, all it takes is productive persistence in application and varying your techniques until you find what does work really.

When I think about success, it looks like the ultimate losing battle that wins the whole war ultimately. I will cut to the chase on this concept: Our whole country of the United States of America was founded on this principle, the founding Generals lost a whole lot of battles, but the whole war was won on the idea I am writing about here.

That brings me to a point of reality, the only way to genuinely turn lead into gold is the “cyclotron machine” of persistence, perseverance, intuition and knowing very deeply what you want and need to do. Without that, nothing will get done. Failure is giving up instead of Master Mind working out your genuine destiny. What do you think the term “Manifest Destiny” really means anyway? It means not going by appearances and achieving what you want to achieve by any and all means necessary to achieve it.

Another example of what I am writing about: Henry Ford wanted an engine with all eight cylinders in one block at the time they could only manage two or four cylinders in one block. Well, to get what he wanted from his engineers, and he did, he applied the principle I am writing about and that principle says ultimately winning is everything, temporary loss is temporarily nothing anyway, because winning is everything really.

So, when I write about cyclotron machines and genuine prophecies, this is what I write about: If you have a great idea, do not give up on it, just change approaches when needed and wanted, and work it until you achieve what you really, really want and need! As long as you never genuinely give up, there is no real failure.