Channeling George Carlin, Part Two

Fasten your seat belts. Parts three and four only get worse.

Me: So you passed over. Was it peaceful?

George: It was a fucking piece of shit.

Me: Oh, no! Why?

George: You know, I think I bought into the real estate—I bought into the idea that this tunnel of light was going to save my ass, and it was going to tell me it was beautiful and fine, and it was going to hold me like a baby and let me nurse on some big woman’s breasts, and everything was going to be well.

Me (laughing): Oh my god, George.

George: Sure enough, it was what I’ve been saying all along. When the lights go out, the lights go out. And they went out for a long time. Do you know, what saved me—?

Jamie laughs and then sighs to compose herself again.

George: —is that I started laughing about it. I started laughing, and I had this moment of realization that what if I am God?

Jamie and I giggle.

George: You know, that trick of the mind got me rolling so fast that it actually turned the goddamn lights on!

Me: That’s the magic password, maybe. Not “Open sesame,” but –

Jamie: I AM GOD!

George: The damn lights came on, and—

Me: Were you clapping your hands like with The Clapper?

George: Yeah, twice!

Me: Okay. There we go! God invented the first Clapper.

George: And yet again, I was disappointed. Nobody greeted me with flowers; I won no award; there was no gold watch, no golden streets—

Me: Aw! Poor baby.

George: –no Pearly Gates. If it’s not true, tell me why people set themselves up for failure. We do it. We buy into this when death is really simpler than life could ever be.

Me: So, back up and tell me a little about what beliefs you had before you died. Were you an atheist? Is that what you’re saying?

George: I grew up Roman Catholic. I got put into the schools; I got hounded. You know I grew up in White Harlem.

Jamie (laughing): Is there such a thing?

Me: I don’t know!

Jamie: I guess it’s like the bad neighborhood, but filled with white people.

(God I hope this doesn’t get me into trouble.)

George: Everything was rough. Hope was just as strong as having a bullet to the head, and you didn’t know whether you were going to have hope or the bullet in the head. Which one is going to be better? So, I quickly grew to be very cynical and sarcastic. It’s my outlet. To be nailed to the wall and be told what you’re going to believe and how it was though the fucking people teaching you had never—

Jamie (flustered, trying to keep up): Phew!

George: — been there themselves, then why the fuck are you going to believe in this?

Me: Exactly!

George: So, I renounced everything, and atheism quickly became my thing, my way of living. There was nothing about it that bothered me. And trust me, it’s not that I shut off and didn’t want to believe anything. I explored. But through my explorations, it gave me more strength to become an atheist.

George on God and Religion

This YouTube really gives you an idea of George’s journey to atheism.

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  • He is amazing…a one of a kind amazing spirit! Keep on bringing it!!!!

  • Dinabedina

    ta hee hee hee George… you crack me up…

  • LinT

    Fascinating! Takes me back 45 yrs ago when I read in a book that ‘The worst thing for an Atheist is when he is greatful & as no one to thank’. Can’t wait for part 3.

  • Maria Laing

    He speaks the truth!

  • Jane5

    Huh, I wonder where his spirit family and guides were?
    Lol at the rest of it. 🙂

    • Tracy Lamont

      I don’t believe that they can do anything to help you in any way until you are ready to let in the chink of light that illuminates the darkness of your earthly beliefs. It has to be initiated by yourself, but they stay close by, waiting for the lights to go on!

  • Su

    hahahaha! He’s so funny in that clip!

  • Tracy Lamont

    His experience confirms everything I’ve read about ‘What happens when we die’. It seems that you get what you expect you will get. So, because he was an atheist, he found himself in darkness, because he wasn’t expecting to find anything on the other side.
    And he couldn’t be helped because he had to come to the realisation himself that there was, in fact, an ‘other side’. Once he did, his guides and helpers would be at his side instantly and it would all be revealed to him.
    So it would seem that the best way to help our own transistion would be to pass over with an open mind.
    Me, I’m expecting to get a big hug from my boy, so that’s what I’m going to get!!

  • Jane5

    Yeah it’s very interesting, can a person have accurate insights and knowledge but be spiritually/vibrationally low (if in fact he was? Kinda seems like it)? I have read a few of Carlin’s statements and very much agreed but then when i watch or hear him deliver them I feel repelled by his delivery. Even to the point that when my son was watching Thomas the Train when he was younger I came to literally hate the ones that Carlin narrated. Part of that could be that the script was much more conflict-ridden and mean and i doubt he wrote the script. As Thomas went along they seemed to write more and more evolved content for the children, and Carlin was the earliest narrator so maybe it wasn’t his fault.

    But as he said he was rotten/damaged inside so it makes sense he would have a heavy energy even though it seems apparent that he was a seeker of truth albeit in a wounded way and his delivery was through putting people down as he said and i just could never get behind that as it was harsh.

    Truth is an interesting concept, there is intellectual/factual truth and there is dynamic truth which seems to have more to do with how a person creates and what narrative they choose to shape or interpret their world. And with how they engage their world.

    It is interesting to me that people can have insight, which i believe (at least currently, haha) happens through spiritual connection, yet have their expression of that insight be refracted through a heavier energy.

    Carlin seems to have been very intellectually astute as well as insightful – mixing static (intellectual) truth and dynamic (spiritual) truth – but maybe limited his spiritual connection (since he didn’t believe in it) (but apparently still had some of it!) so that he only accepted static ways of expressing those truths and insights and delivered them with bitterness/aggression.

    Clearly his fans on this site have taken and understood his truths and insights and used them positively without accepting/buying into his total way of viewing the world or being in the world because they are healthy people and that’s what healthy people do 🙂

    Carlin just presents such an interesting puzzle for me b/c of what an extreme mix he seems to have been of knowledge and insight but also limited connection to spirit in most other ways. I realize at this point i’m just talking to myself lol but your statement inspired me to express my thoughts. 😉

    • LoveAlfine

      Jane! I absolutely love your comment and the way you worded it! I resonate entirely with what you’re saying and always felt a similar way in regards to his work. What you speak of here reminds me of work I’ve recently come across by David R Hawkins that has to do with consciousness calibrations. Just do a google research and you can find out more about it. Based on your commentary here I think you’d find it rather intriguing.

      I could elaborate more on all that you’ve said but your input is enough 🙂 That last sentence you wrote is quite powerful and a great reminder to me that the quality of the message can easily be distorted by the quality of the messenger and to be mindful of that relationship in itself.

      Thanks for your insight 🙂

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