The Gaiaspora are the adepts of Mysteries yet to come who go into the future in correction with the Aeon Sophia after March 2011. They are the navigational crew who sail the mother ship toward the true destination of humanity. Coming from all races, religions, languages, and cultures, they defy the past and defeat the tyrannical lies of history by entering a visionary adventure in real time. The Captain’s Log plots this journey, recording how Gaia recovers her direction and impacts the human species with the immediate, spontaneous animation of her divine intention, her designs and purposes.
On March 19, 2011 the planet earth established a two-way real-time signal link with the core of our galaxy, called the Pleroma in Gnostic teachings. This event was announced by a sonic boom emanating from the barycenter, the common center of mass of the earth-moon dyad. The sonic eruption, due to the barycenter exceeding the speed of sound, was not the transgalactic signal sent but the telluric signal announcing that two-way communication is now underway.
§ UPDATED FOR RELEASE 3 December 2020
“Three Years Before the Mast”
For Staff access and general release, I have organized the Gaian Navigation Experiment on the analogy of a five-masted clipper ship. Here you see the view of such a magnificent craft from aft, the stern of the ship. The small sail represents the Crew Notes which began with the invitation message in June 2011 and continued until April 2013 in an irregular and sporadic way. The Nav Briefings correspond to the four remaining Masts counting forward. They began in February 2012, coinciding with the Crew Notes titled Initial Conditions of the Divine Experiment. All of which has required some considerable concentration to sort out and reissue!
I was astounded by the amount of material, talk and text, in the Crew Notes, most of which I had completely forgotten. I still find it hard to believe that I continued writing those notes when the briefings were well underway. Merely to keep track of what year I was considering with each unit practically incited an autistic meltdown. Not only that but I released the Gnostic Sabotage series at the end of 2012, when the GNE was running in high gear, and I brought out Celestics in January through March of 2014 when the GNE went to its conclusion with NB 118, making a total of 130 mp3s. All these briefings are now in transcription thanks to the dedicated and determined effort of a handful of Shaktas — for whom I do not have words adequate to express my gratitude. Eventually they will be published as the full set of GNE LOGS.
The tag-line, “Three Years Before the Mast,” is an allusion to a well-known novel, Two Years Before the Mast, published in 1840. It is the memoir of an American author, Richard Henry Dana Jr., describing his sea voyage from Boston to California on a merchant ship, like the one pictured here.
§ The GNE has been organized as shown below. Each MAST has its own Course landing page with its own curriculum panel, the SAILS. You will find the NBs for each MAST arranged in Blocks, intended to assist in the timing and assimilation of the material. The original temp of release was 4-5 talks a month, roughly one per week. For continuity and upscaling, I propose that the “three years” of the GNE be compressed into about eight months, or 32 weeks at four talks per week. This program increases the tempo to three times faster than the original delivery. Festina Lente. Make haste slowly.
Introductory: THE VOYAGE BEGINS (curriculum panel below)