Rip Parker
4 min readFeb 24, 2023


Many seekers of Truth have through meme adopted a vocabulary which describes speculative concepts that seem to offer hope. We trade concepts that knit together a proposed fabric intended to belay our fears and disgust.

Outsiders see this process as “new age woo woo”, promulgated by impractical soft minds of “liberal” leaning.

In truth, these efforts are much more than outsiders see. We seekers, of whom we see an encouraging number on Medium, search for what is inside us, already working in our lives to inspire life enhancing spiritual growth. We own that which we seek.

As some of us breathe deeply, relax, and let go of our uneasy doubts, let go of our preconceptions, and comfortably admit our state of unknowing, we feel deep within that there is something quite meritorious about us.

We seek to see it, to know it, to put it into words. We hear the meme sing it’s alluring song, and we are drawn into the dance, reading the words conveying the speculative design of the meme of approaching enlightenment.

Our hopes are elevated. We desperately seek to grasp an acceptable concept that proves many of us are now in the process of great evolutionary change, that we are becoming our never before manifested destiny of whole people.

A language begins to develop in our attempts to describe, define, and accept our desired changes.



Rip Parker

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