Knowing HG Parts 1-7

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You can still keep your distance and learn.

Join the hunt to really know HG Tudor. Learn more about who he is, what he does and his Grand Design.

Can you ascertain who sits at the Low Table?

Learn about The Hourglass, The Crow Graveyard and the Pilgrimage of Ice and Snow and gain unrivalled and unique access into the mind of HG Tudor.

Will you be able to unravel the clues provided in each part that will grant you access to a stunning secret?

Knowing HG Part 1

Knowing HG Part 2

Knowing HG Part 3

Knowing Hg Part 4

Knowing HG Part 5

Knowing HG Part 6

Knowing HG Part 7

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18 thoughts on “Knowing HG Parts 1-7

  1. leelasfuelstinks says:

    Oh I liked that series. Purchased 1-9 when there was a discount and I liked it a lot. H.G. and fire? Urm…..😱😨

  2. doginheaven52 says:

    C.S. Lewis description of Bragdon Wood in his novel, “That Hideous Strength” reminds me of a place you might like to have visited. Feeling this from Part 4.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Do elaborate.

  3. doginheaven52 says:

    I have ordered so far… Parts 1-4. May I be part of the conversations? Is there a password I need to be sent? But I think I might be too wordy? Are there any rules to the blog regarding conversations besides play nice which I’m familiar with?

    1. HG Tudor says:

      See the rules in the Formal Info section. Email me for the password to the forum.

    2. Truthseeker6157 says:

      doginheaven,

      I’ll take your wordy and raise you 50%!

      I really do try to be concise. Concise and me just don’t seem to get along very well!

  4. Mel Mel says:

    Ohhh this looks fun!

  5. Truthseeker6157 says:

    “You can still keep your distance and learn.”

    Maybe you should put yourself in a glass cage then we can observe and tap on the window!

    That sentence really bothers me and It makes me quite sad. Maybe it’s a misinterpretation on my part. However, just in case it’s not, I’ll offer my honest view. You might not be the nicest in real life but you conduct yourself perfectly on here and we all benefit enormously because of what you write and have to say. You might see yourself as a monster, you might be right. You are not a monster on here though. I take as I find. I find you here. Here we are all just people, no need for glass cages.

    Almost a rant. I edited out most of the ranting to save moderation time.

    1. A Victor says:

      Truthseeker, well said, thank you. I had had the same thought. Your second sentence did make me giggle though.

      Another thought that I’ve had about this is that HG really does seem transparent, I feel like in some ways we are allowed to know him very well. It makes me feel more comfortable being transparent here also and that is helping me to get my real questions answered in a way I have not been able to with a professional that is just that, a “professional”. Even as HG is nothing if not professional at the same time. Thank you for sharing your thoughts, I agree and am glad to see I am not alone.

      1. Truthseeker6157 says:

        Hey AV,

        Yes, I can see why you feel that more progress has been made here than with a therapist or even a close friend for example. If a blog is run well then it should be a safe place. The advantage is that when backgrounds, jobs, incomes, locations, qualifications etc are all stripped away due to anonymity, what you are left with, is just the person. The raw thoughts, ideas, experiences and emotions that make up that person. It’s simple and it’s honest. The thought is the thought and it isn’t coloured by any preconceptions from the reader. When you have that scenario it becomes easier to share and easier to understand. Even a therapist brings with them preconceptions from both sides. A feeling that “I can’t really say this or that, they won’t get it, they’ll think I’m horrible, crazy, stupid etc”. The blog has to feel safe though. People don’t have to agree, but they should at least listen and be respectful to the thoughts and feelings of others. With HG as gatekeeper here, that safe environment is created, and I think this is why the blog is so important. To solidify the articles we read, we need to discuss, turn over the thought and see things from various angles.

        So when you have a place that benefits us and is safeguarded for us, then it is only fair that the same acceptance and understanding is extended to its creator also. How can it possibly be right otherwise? I think that’s why I rejected the “You can still keep your distance”. It felt unfair and signified lack of acceptance when I myself feel accepted here. The fact you felt similarly, is your Saviour element lighting up AV! Justice. Things always have to be fair.

        1. A Victor says:

          Aw, TS, thank you so much for that but about the Savior element!! I am understanding that more all the time and really coming to embrace it! Your comment here helps!

          I agree so much with everything you said about why we feel safe and also the benefit of the blog. I hope others that visit and choose not to comment also benefit.

          “You can still keep your distance”-this made me feel profoundly sad. I understand it for those who are hesitant because of HG’s “labels” but in my experience, those concerns dissipate quite rapidly once a person gives his work a chance. But still, I agree with your assessment regarding this and reading that line, so sad.

          1. Truthseeker6157 says:

            AV,

            I know you are thinking about your cadres a lot. You’re welcome x. Saviour is quite sweet in many ways. Tiring in others. Out of my various elements, I’d say Saviour is the one that burns. It’s the one that when it lights up I just can’t bite my tongue, I can’t back off. I absolutely have to say or do something, even if that means I’m going to take a hit on the back of it. It’s not always about rescuing someone. It’s very much about an equilibrium and things being fair. Do as you would be done by. Stick to the deal. Reward out equals effort in. Pay back your debts. I stuck around with the narc for that reason more than anything else I think. I was paying my emotional debts.

          2. A Victor says:

            TS, yes, thinking about cadres a lot. My two less significant ones are so easy for me to pick out. This one, I think, is so ingrained into who I am that I can’t see it, not clearly yet anyway. So info like your comment are really appreciated. Yes, the Golden Rule and “Live and let live” are probably my two top mottos for life, not thought about, just lived. Fairness, equality, justice, all in those two mottos. It was the most difficult thing about parenting, dealing with sibling rivalry! Glad to be done with that! That’s again!!

      2. Violetta says:

        During my last narcy workplace, I frequently comforted myself with the knowledge, “My Narc’s bigger than your Narc.” I couldn’t necessarily stop their machinations, but it was painfully obvious what they were doing. Bunch of rank amateurs, compared to our HG.

        1. A Victor says:

          Lol, absolutely!

        2. Truthseeker6157 says:

          Violetta,

          That’s true. It’s comforting to know that the baddest badass is in our corner!

        3. Melmel says:

          Absolutely!
          I am in a transition stage where my perceptions are shifting and in doing so I am able to experience more fully the beauty and goodness in my life. It is such a welcome respite from the stifling gloom that I have been living in for these long months.

          HG’s written works, the consultations, the recordings, this Blog has been my refuge. Yes it is dark at times, but it is incredibly valuable knowledge. And the blog is so supportive and a place where we can feel like we are in a safe place to explore our learning with each other.

          Feeling a sense of Team Tudor has really helped make that shift in perception. Knowing that HG can help navigate this storm and that there are others fighting their own battles and making their lives and those around them better, make it easier to deal with the Darkness.

          My Narc is bigger (and better) than your Narc!

          And I’m surrounded by Warrior Empaths that are all fighting for the Greater Good.

          1. Truthseeker6157 says:

            MelMel,

            I’m really glad you are starting to feel better.

            Once you see you can’t unsee. It’s like the world comes into sharper focus all of a sudden. Gut feelings about people being off or not quite genuine, all of a sudden make sense and the things we learn about ourselves here are in some ways the most enlightening. I get a real sense of celebration from the empaths here. We are becoming proud of who we are and what we stand for. There isn’t too much of that in the world at the moment. It’s nice to be amongst like minded people and it’s comforting knowing that a lot of good has come out of our bad experiences.

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