Steve Jobs Inspired by Fallen Angels Through Meditation To Create IPhone Technology:
It’s hardly a secret that Steve Jobs used to indulge in some recreational drug use back in the day. Indeed, Jobs once said that taking LSD was one of the “two or three most important things” he ever did in his life. A bold statement, to be sure, but Jobs credits his LSD experiences with opening up his mind and enabling him to see the world in a different light. And now, thanks to recently released documents from the Department of Defense, we have a little bit more information about Jobs’ proclivity for those eye-opening drugs he unabashedly credits for helping spark the creative within. With respect to his drug use, Jobs explained that he used LSD from 1972 through 1974.
“Throughout that period of time I used the LSD approximately ten to fifteen times,” Jobs said. “I would ingest the LSD on a sugar cube or in a hard form of gelatin. I would usually take the LSD when I was by myself. I have no words to explain the effect the LSD had on me, although, I can say it was a positive life changing experience for me and I am glad I went through that experience.” But LSD wasn’t the only drug that Jobs had an affinity for way back when – it was the 70’s after all. Specifically, Jobs was also no stranger to smoking both marijuana and hashish, explaining that he used to smoke it with friends and even used to eat pot brownies. During the course of his DoD interview, Jobs said that the last time he got high was in 1977. Explaining the impetus behind his marijuana usage, Jobs said that it helped him relax and made him more creative. Jobs said that he used drugs anywhere from once a week to once a month during that time period.
Steve read a book called ‘Be Here Now’ which is about psychedelics and spirituality. He was also reading books about chakras and psychic energy and the chi and the Kundalini serpent that was going to rise up the spine. He was mystified by eastern philosophies; he was on a quest for higher learning, to solve the unanswered questions of science. Jobs also traveled around India shaving his head and acting like a hippie. In the ’70s Steve Jobs travelled to India to visit a renowned Hindu guru Neem Karoli Baba, also known as Maharaj-ji. For most of his life Steve Jobs continued to pursue “prajna”, a Sanskrit word used in Hindu and Buddhist philosophy meaning consciousness or wisdom, a form of cognitive understanding of the nature of reality achieved through meditation and mindfulness. In his later years he turned also to Zen Buddhism for answers. Steve Jobs was a practicing Zen Buddhist, and many credit the sleek, minimalist design of Apple products to the tech visionary’s Zen philosophy and meditation practice. Zen principles also helped Jobs get in touch with his customers’ desires and needs, according to Isaacson. “Instead of relying on market research, he honed his version of empathy — an intimate intuition about the desires of his customers,” Isaacson wrote in a Harvard Business Review blog post. “He developed his appreciation for intuition — feelings that are based on accumulated experiential wisdom — while he was studying Buddhism in India as a college dropout.”
Satan looks for people with certain mindsets to advance his kingdom on earth and to bring the rule of the Antichrist on this world. People who reject the One True God, people who are willing to sacrifice and compromise anything for fame, power and wealth, people who have a dead conscience, people who are willing to sell their soul for achieving their goal, people who are greedy and lust for power, people who practice occult and eastern pagan rituals are the ones whom Satan selects. People who practice yoga, meditation, hypnosis, use of psychedelic drugs such as DMT, LSD, Ayahuasca, etc have had their Third Eye/Pineal Gland opened through which they can receive messages and ideas from the satanic fallen angels. These people then implement these ideas in this world. Satan and his fallen angels inspire people with ideas to discover, invent, create and write things that will advance his plans on earth to deceive and manipulate people, to bring people of the world under the Mark of Beast, corrupt the DNA of mankind by genetic manipulation and to sit on the Throne of God as god. Many famous scientists, inventors, musicians, actors of all ages have admitted to taking psychedelic drugs. A surprising number of society’s innovations have come from dreams and inspiration from demons. An old meaning of demon means- “guiding inspirational spirit.” Drugs and meditation opens the mind to receive messages from these ‘guiding spirits’.