In the intermission, that is, the period or interval in which the consciousness becomes a consciex between a desoma and a resoma, some of us had the opportunity to participate in an Intermissive Course (IC). The IC is “the set of disciplines taught according to programs outlined in a series of classes and theorical experiences, administered to the consciex after a certain lucid evolutionary level. This occurs during the period of consciential intermission (Intermissiology, Extraphysicology), within the cycle of personal human existences, aiming at consciential completism (complexis) of the existential program (proexis) in the next intraphysical life.” (Waldo Vieira)
Among the most significant experiences is the interplanetary paraexcursion, which is a group work applied in the Intermissive Course (IC), and guided by a volitation master. It includes taking a particular team of student consciexes to inhabited planets, distant from earth, in order to theorically enhance the discernment of the intermissivist’s megafraternity. (Source: IIPC)
The interplanetary paraexcursion activity done in the period we were in the extraphysical dimension as students of evolutionary improvement courses was one of the most provocative and instigating experiences. In the verbet 1242, Interplanetary Paraexcursion, Waldo Vieira explains in what ways the experience of “evolutionary headstrong” consciexes went through a real cultural shock when visiting, in volitative groups, inhabited planets far from the Earth.
According to Waldo Vieira, the outcome accelerated the breakdown of egocentrism and the self-disposal of racism, xenophobia and separatism. For thousands of years several students – before attending the Intermissive Course – were engaged in creating geopolitical divisions, helped in the establishment of religions and political parties, and were involved in bellicose behavior and all sorts of egocentric activities. The solution was to see, by themselves, the uselessness of dogmatism, and their love for borders, walls and barriers. Evolutionary intelligence only had one way to develop: the experience of universalism, a wide cosmic vision, a great expansion of endless ideas, which created in the consciousness the exact notion of the size and importance of openness and neophilla in their evolution.
The process required the team to undergo plenty of preparation guided by a volitation master. Defying the physical laws the group was surrounded by an energy “bubble” and transported to planets far from Earth. The objective was complex: to promote the broadening of the universalistic vision by interacting with extraterrestrial communities during a period of time.
Another detail revealed by Waldo Vieira is how this type of experimentation influenced, for instance, the creation of what is called the “sequential art” of sci-fi. He names, during a tertulia, the work of Philip Francis Nowlan published in the Amazing Stories magazine, with the spatial hero Buck Rogers. “These people from comic books that shows extraterrestrial cities floating in clouds, for example, were part of these paraexcursions”, points out Waldo Vieira.
Series such as the Star Trek franchise could have been inspired, according to Waldo Vieira, by experiences its authors and producers had with paraexcursions to distant planets.
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Jair Rangel is a journalist and has a PhD in Communication. He has been a volunteer at the CEAEC Campus since 2020. He has been a Conscientiology teacher since 2015.