The messenger.

*Thought creates,

Creation manifest,

Thought manifests.

*In these three lines is the answer to all questions about all things.

So, what is going on? What is Thought? What are we? Why are we here?

The answer is IT.

*IT – the indescribable and undefinable.

Although it is commonly conceived as such IT is not light, yet IT is not dark

or darkness – IT is simply without light. IT is neither light nor darkness.

*As IT, we, individually and collectively, imagined and imagine what we

perceive to be reality. We exercised and exercise our creative imagination

and in this fantasy we play out our fantastic experiences and lessons, in

lifetime after lifetime on the treadmill of the fruitless cycle of birth and

death, in imaginary bodies, until we relearn our real status and end this selfimposed,

tedious cycle.

We then find the immeasurable tranquility of our pristine state.

* Extracts from The ‘Quo Vadis?’ File III


Of you, the reader, I ask, ‘Quo vadis?’ and to you I say, ‘May this phase

of your journey be a very successful one.’

About Ian Gardner

Ian Gardner was born on the 20th February 1934 in Sri Lanka, then Ceylon, and christened Basil Ian Gunewardene. He was born two months prematurely and nearly died five times in his first two months. He moved to Australia in September 1969 where he changed his surname to Gardner. From childhood, he had an enquiring mind and an innate interest in the supernatural. Since 1986, nineteen years of regular periods of meditation, "searching within", reading and revelations have culminated in this free book which has been nine years in the making. Further writings followed and all his writings are available to all on the Internet free of charge. There is more information in the preface of the book. February 2020. My search - my journey, is now complete.
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11 Responses to IN CONCLUSION.

  1. Ian Gardner says:

    Hello, Ludwig, the important thing to remember about the Edgar Cayce readings is that they are not conscious, not “of the mind”, they are all given whilst in a semi trance so to say. Cayce himself said little, by comparison, about the reality. I suggest you get hold of a copy of There Is A River by Thomas Sugrue but discount the last chapter (I think it was) as that is the conscious opinion of Sugrue influenced by his religious beliefs.

  2. Hey Ian,

    From looking around a little bit I find some similarities between your writing and this book “Butterflies are Free to Fly”.

    Here’s the link in case you feel interested in reading the book. Especially the first chapter is very well written.

    • Ps:

      The author, Stephen Davis, has also been influenced by the writings of Edward Cayce (I have personally not read him).

    • Ian Gardner says:

      Hello again, Ludvig, all knowledge exists. Hence, where anyone accesses “the font of knowledge”* the result is the same except where the mind has influenced the result. This influence is reduced as the accessor’s enlightenment increases.
      * In Christianity, “The Book Of Life”? and in Hinduism, The Akashic Records. I am not aware of a Buddhist one which may be because there is not one: Buddhism being a way of life.

  3. I’ve read some amazing books that say similar things to what you have said, particularly about ending the tedious cycle because we realize who we are.

    With a quite mind I Thank you for this post.

  4. StHaelRazor says:

    Hi Ian. From the first time that I discovered your work I have never forgotten the connection that I felt with you. It doesn’t matter if you did not feel the same because I have learned that there is a reason for everything…I wanted to let you know that I have nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award I would be honored if you would accept. As for myself I don’t really care much for these things but I try to give back to others the kindness that has been given to me. I am still learning to be the best I can be ‘naturally’ which is something that you have inspired in me…so I thought of you when I went through this motion…and I will continue to think of you-Always that I AM, Zor’ra

    • Ian Gardner says:

      Dear Zor’ra, I replied to this comment of yours some days ago somewhere and will see whether I can retrieve it.
      Well, I did find an email but it was not what I was looking for. Ah, yes, I do now recall – I thanked you for your nomination, asked whether there was anything I needed to do with regard to accepting the nomination as I could not find what, if anything, I had to do and I referred yo to the following on the title page of The Milk Is White: Ignore the messenger – heed the message!
      May your progress continue unabated. Keep the motive pure 🙂

      • StHaelRazor says:

        Hi Ian! It’s a pleasure to hear from you! There are, I think, three rules which apply to this award. Link back to the person who nominated you, post the award on your blog, give 7 facts about you, and nominate 15 other blogs. I guess that’s four things…it’s up to you whether you want to go through all that or not. Some bloggers do, some don’t. Nevertheless, as far I am concerned, the award is yours however you want to handle it. If you choose to go through the motions then you can take a look at my acceptance post This will give you an idea of the outline that I followed using Maarit’s example.

        I like the way you ended your message…yes, I will continue unabated in my progress and with a motive that is pure. Thank you for that wonderful reminder of what I must always remember. Many Blessings to you, dear Ian. 😉

        • Ian Gardner says:

          Thank you Zor’ra,
          Up to the 7 facts about myself I might feel alright but I do not get involved in things like nominating 15 others which is an exercise designed to perpetuate a meaningless circle – a waste of time – vacuous!

          • StHaelRazor says:

            Yes, I fully understand your reasoning! I have already decided to not bother with this again…but I took this opportunity to reach out to those whose work had touched me deeply, now there really is nothing more than I can add to the ‘meaningless circle’, should the circle find me again… 😉 Many Blessing to you, dear Ian.

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