Questions Answered - answers to the most Frequently Asked Questionswritten by Alexander Aldarow
current update: March 10, 2011
Simply put, a chosen one is a person who spiritually awakes. Take Rinor and myself, for instance. The story of how we began and how we progressed is partially told throughout this website. Out of curiosity and attraction to the paranormal, we tried a regressive hypnosis, and Rinor saw his past reincarnations. As we continued these explorations, the images of the past were replaced by what we called "cosmic messages". Through Rinor's hypnotic trances and my dreams, we came in contact with various non-corporeal entities. Furthermore, these were not disjointed contacts; there was a direction and a guidance behind all the phenomena. We came more aware to the fact that the reality is not only physical. We also saw how many events in our lives are connected, synchronized. We were told that we will meet other people, who walk similar paths - the other "chosen ones."
I must warn, however, in order to prevent further dispute, that a "chosen one" does not stand above any other human being. He/She simply is drawn to the supernatural, has an inner feeling of self-purposefulness, a longing for self-discovery, self-fulfillment. Yes, a chosen one is unique, as unique as every single person is. A chosen one is a spiritual person. That is all. It is not a title of self-glorification, it is merely an expression that attempts to describe a lightworker, a medium, a healer, a dreamer, a mage, a UFOlogist, a practitioner, a believer, an eclectic, and so on. Furthermore - and this is my most recent discovery - a person shouldn't attach one's self to this or any other title. Don't rush to define yourself just yet, don't fixate your progress with a word you enjoy using when introducing yourself. In the end, you are simply YOU ("I Am"). A soul.
So why still use such an allegedly "misleading" definition? Ah, here comes the cosmic part. These are the exact words that so many people, at the beginning of their individual journeys, hear in a dream, a vision, a random encounter. A voice reaches them and whispers, "You are a chosen one." On some unconscious/higher level, you have chosen that this lifetime is the best period to start unfolding, to accelerate your development, and, along with the Universe's/God's help, you begin your climb up toward the enlightenment. It is a miraculous journey, full of surprises, harsh challenges and moments of bliss. It is your unique path - although I have encountered some details common to a few people.
What is more surprising is that, according to statistics, the expressions "chosen one(s)" and "Project X" are the most frequent words that people type in search engine before they reach these pages. Yes, there is a lot of cosmic meaning involved with these two simple words, chosen ones.
Many chosen ones feel that they are here to make the world a better place; they receive a lot of aid and reassurance from prophetic texts; others feel that the most important task is to understand one's self, to reach your spiritual core. Both are noble causes, although, if I may add my opinion here - and I may - I believe that a person must rescue one's self, before rushing to save the world. We tend to create dogmatic patterns around ourselves, twisting our vision, and it is these patterns that must be shattered first. But that is not the topic of this answer. I also wish to add here, that my views have changed/evolved during the years, and you can encounter, especially in older newsletters, a slightly different opinions by yours truly. It can be a stimulating study, though, to track the evolution of the thought, anyone's thought. In the future, my views will surely change again.
To conclude this long answer, and to reply to "Am I a chosen one?" I can only say one thing - don't ask me such a question. I am not here to limit you with my definitions - I even try not to limit myself. You are spiritually opening up, that is all I can tell you in response.
Q. Can I write to you about an experience I had?
Can I share something with you? Can you help me?
By default, our correspondence will remain discreet. I will not share your e-mails with anyone else. However, if you wish for your message to reach more people, I can suggest two ways - our Free Spirits message board, where you can interact with other Project X's regulars, ask their opinions, and so on, and Project X Newsletter, through which you can share your experiences and publish your thoughts, reaching hundreds of readers.
All in all, remember - we are here for YOU, we are always open to a dialogue.
Q. Are you guys some sort of a cult?
And yes, since I maintain the website, the newsletter, the board, I can be considered somewhat of a "leader", but there is no way I can force my opinions or orders on anyone else, and thank God for that! The last thing I need to see is dependency and clinging on a guru's or a leader's words. And besides, I'm not that sure my words are suitable for everyone to "live by." They barely work for me :-) Just like everyone else here, I can teach, but there is yet much more to learn. We all are different and equal.
So, to (hopefully) set the record straight once and for all, Project X is not a cult or an institution, it is the title of the website you are currently reading.
Q. How can I become a member?
Q. I've visited your site before October 2002, and
I don't remember so much articles and experiences on your previous Project
Q. So why are your and Rinor's articles listed before
Q. This Project X Newsletter seems interesting, what
and how can I write for it?
Send your article in the body of the e-mail message, or as an attached file of TXT, HTML or DOC format. The newsletter is distributed in plain text format, so there is no need using bold, underline or colors. Don't forget to mention your article's title, and check for typing mistakes. It will be published along with your name/nickname and e-mail address (for readers' responses), unless you state otherwise. Your website's URL can also be advertised along with the article, in order to invite a few visitors.
* As of August 29, 2003, the newsletter takes a sevferal-months-long hiatus. Please don't send me any new articles for it, unless you just want me to read them. You are also invited to post them at our Free Spirits board.
Q. I have an on-line service, or a book coming out
soon, or just a new website - and, yes, Alex, they are spirituality-related
- can I advertise them in your newsletter, and how much will it cost me?
Q. May I use your newsletter, or parts/articles
from it, in my own newsletter, my website, etc.? For that matter, can I
use/reprint articles from your website?
Excerpted from Project X Newsletter
You have our fullest permission to use any article from Project X website, but, again, don't forget mentioning author's name, e-mail and other data, let the author know you've chosen to reprint the article, and end it with the words:
Courtesy of Project X - the search for the Chosen Ones
As for the art, such as paintings and photography, you MUST directly contact the artist or the writer.
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