Rip Parker
6 min readOct 31, 2022


It is happening now. Reality, truth, consciousness are showing us a new face, speaking a new language. Look and listen carefully. The change in which we participate is profound.

I know, every generation or so thinks it is participating in “The Big Breakthrough”. Is this different? Yes. The changes now occurring are not just in appearance. They are throughly real. Truth and Reality are fundamentally changing.

How can this be? If Truth exists now, how can it in what we perceive as “the future” become NOT truth? Doesn’t that mean it was not true when we thought it was? No, for that “place in the eternal now”, truth was one thing. For the place in the Now in which we find ourselves, a new truth prevails.

This may sound like rubbish. It may be. But for me, this is what I am seeing, and I encourage you to look hard at what you see and decide for yourself. Do NOT take my word for what I say. Search it out for yourself.

Ok, what the hell AM I talking about regarding fundamental changes in Truth, Reality, and our consciousness of same?

Awhile back I wrote about the Miracle of the Sun, at Fatima in 1917. This is where I see what none have ever seen before in this spectacular manner in front of thousands of witnesses. Two major myths merged, the appearance of the Virgin Mary and the UFO/UAP phenomenon.

Myth: isn’t that just a fiction? That is the current usual application of the word, but that interpretation is error. Dr. Carl Jung educated me on what I call “true myth”.

Here is the first definition of Myth by Webster:

myth | miTH |


1 a traditional story, especially one concerning the early history of a people or explaining some natural or social phenomenon, and typically involving supernatural beings or events: ancient Celtic myths | [mass noun] : the heroes of Greek myth.

  • traditional stories or legends collectively

Here is Webster’s secondary definition, the one commonly in use today, with little or no attention paid to the primary definition:

2 a widely held but false belief or idea: he wants to dispel the myth that sea kayaking is too risky or too strenuous | there is a popular myth that corporations are big people with lots of money.

Rip Parker

Geophysicist, lawyer, mediator, student of Jung, phenomenology, semiotics