We must not succumb to the shadow of deception but rather we would embrace the light of truth, each of these things growing in proportion to knowledge. Knowledge is dangerous because it gives us power, greater control over nature. We must not let this power corrupt us. We must control it. The quest for knowledge is a dangerous way but if we survive the journey we will ascend to the heavens. If we are to have any hope of gaining knowledge, we must discover what is real. The greatest enemy to knowledge is not ignorance, but rather it is the illusion of knowledge. The first step towards knowledge is to humbly recognize that we are ignorant. We know nothing. We are a big nobody, barely a speck of sand in the vast cosmic ocean. We will be this way for a long time until perhaps millions to billions of years ahead in our evolution. It is only when we realize that we know nothing that we empty our mind of delusions, recognizing the greatest deception we suffer is from our own opinions. We must empty our cup so that it may be filled, become devoid to gain totality. In order to do so, we must be free of attachment. Attachment clouds our vision, preventing us from seeing things as they really are but rather as we wish to see them. To liberate ourselves from the matrix of illusion we must let go of all attachments, being led solely by reason. Only a man led solely by reason is free. He sees reality as it really is and rather than letting nature control him, he controls nature and is one with all. A big first step towards realizing what is real would be if we could answer why the eye sees a thing more clearly in dreams than the imagination when awake. Is the world of the mind even more real than the outside world, or is it just a piece of the greater existence? If so, what we think must have a profound impact on reality, on existence. Context has to do with how we perceive reality, which varies for everyone in different degrees from infancy to death. What is real is a matter of perception. We focus on this or that and find facts to back it up. It is intention or rather focus that manifest what we perceive. This seems to indicate an individualized reality, but there is a collective reality as well, but is multidimensional. We all create the conditions and experiences in our lives. We must fully awaken our creative powers. We must magically manifest our dreams and make them a reality. The Universe mirrors back what we are being by the law of attraction. We must live our dreams rather than dreaming of living them. The powers we possess are unprecedented. We have the power to do and create everything. We must lack limitations as we find the Holy Grail. If we go beyond where most are willing to go, things beyond our wildest dreams and imaginations could come. Crackling at the fingertips of our hands is the magic we can manifest to mold, shape, and create any reality into being, the Force flowing all throughout the infinite Cosmos flows within us and within all life. The Force will change and transform us, a change we cannot fear, fight, or control. This transformation must be embraced without compromise. Nothing must prevent us from claiming what is rightfully ours. Those who do not and walk the way of weakness will fail. Once claiming this power we must accept the challenge of holding on to it, resisting all rivalry and strife. This great strength separates the strong from the weak. We must rule by the very embodiment of strength and power. If we grow too weak another will rise and seize our mantle ruled by strength. How we focus the flow of this life Force determines our life experience. The magic all starts within as we open our eyes and awaken to the secrets of the wizard within, the master magician. What we imagine would manifest into creation. Our focus would determine our reality. Our focus has its origins in our perceptions which are all relative to the eyes of the beholder.