Monday, 13 February 2017

Real Or Hoax?

from Natural News - Mike Adams - February 12:

Experts warn humanity to watch out for “cosmic false flag” event

‘REAL or HOAX?  UFO experts warn of “cosmic false flag” event, claiming deep state will fake alien invasion to achieve totalitarian control over humanity’


What do I think about all this sort of thing.

I think that a lot of what we see in our skies is man-made, from both Nazi technology and reverse engineering from the craft(s) that crashed in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947.  That the Nazis got their technology from ETs; and the U.S. military-industrial complex has developed major secret technology via what is known as a Secret Space Program.  That we average Joe and Jill Humans could well be subjected to mind-control technology that could make us believe that we are hearing things, and seeing things, that are not actual, for purposes of just that: control.  By a group of people who believe not in government of, by, and for The People, but in a dictatorship of, by, and for a privileged elite.  That it is all part of a larger Plan.  That there is a God aware of all this; and that the Forces of Light will ultimately prevail over the Forces of Darkness on this level of duality and (seeming) separation, because 'the universe' has Purpose, and that purpose is Good.  But that a lot of people of faith are going to be faced with an existential crisis, because faiths are not the same as truths.  And the Truth is that many good people have been misled, in this 'faith' business.  That 'discernment' is going to be a major quality necessary for us to develop.  But that that is part of the picture, of What It's All About: for consciousness development.  On our journey Home, again.  On a higher turn of the spiral, than when we entered into The Process.

Now.  As to this existential crisis business, specifically.  And specifically regarding Christians.

It pains me to have to say this.  But you people of that faith have been deceived.

I have read, and continue to read, an awful lot of your literature.  And a lot of it is not actually based in your Bible.  It is based on interpretations of the Bible.  And we all know how 'interpretations' can get us into a whole lot of trouble.  Take the U.S. Supreme Court over the years, as a good example.  Plus, there is no good solid evidence that the New Testament was anything other than a fable.  Concocted by - at least mostly - a Jewish soldier-turned historian named Josephus, who, seeing the writing on the wall - that the Romans were just too powerful for the Jews ever to be able to prevail over them - decided to join the winning side, and ingratiated himself into the Flavian royal household by claiming to General Vespasian that he could help elevate him to the status of emperor - and thus, a god - by making his Son out to be the Second Coming of the Jewish Messiah, and thus pacify - or attempt to - the Jews, and keep them from their incessant rebelling against the yoke of Rome.  He did this by creating an imaginary god-man by the name of Jesus, based on a number of such myths that were extant at the time - dating from as far previous to their time as the Egyptian myths of Osiris-Isis-Horus, of 1500 B.C.E. - and setting his character in the earlier part of their generation, and giving him such lines as to 'prophesy' the destruction of the Jewish Temple and the sacking of Jerusalem by Titus, for the Jews being such a 'wicked generation' as not to accept the Romans as their masters.  

Joseph Atwill in his book 'Caesar's Messiah: The Roman Conspiracy to Invent Jesus' has beautifully laid out this case, demonstrating in detail how Jesus's public ministry precisely 'foreshadowed' Titus's military campaign in Judaea.  (And see D.M. Murdock's 'Christ In Egypt: The Horus-Jesus Connection' with regard to the parallels there.  And see Ralph Ellis's 'Jesus, Last of the Pharaohs' for evidences of Josephus's alter ego, Paul, of New Testament 'fame'.)

About here, I should say that I understand how painful all this is going to be, for true believers to hear.  And not only painful; but with a visceral reaction to deny it.

It reminds me of the story - the true story, this one - of the man (whether this took place in the UK or the U.S., I can't remember) who came home one day from work and was stunned to see his house being demolished.  He went up to the driver of the demolition truck and asked him what he was doing.  The driver - a not greatly intelligent fellow - explained that he had been given that address to demolish, and that that was all that he knew about the matter.  The man asked to see the paperwork; and reported to the driver that that address was across the street (it was a sparsely built-up neighborhood; the numbers were not running very consecutively).  The driver looked at the paper, and back at the man, and back at the paper, and then reported, casually: "Oh, no, it's correct."  When last seen, the driver was found in a nearby bar (pub?) by his boss, where the hapless fellow was drinking away the sheer horror of the matter, as just too much to take in.

So I sympathize with you, Christians.  But face the realities, we must.  We have a New World to create, together.  It just isn't going to look like you thought it would.  

Or with the precise troublesome aspects that you believe in.  And could, unfortunately, make as a self-fulfilling prophecy, if given too much power to be able to.  Say, as pushing a U.S president to go for it, in a horrendous (say, nuclear) way.  Just because you want a period of Tribulation.  

Don't 'drink' us into that sort of situation, please.  It will be hard enough to convince humanity to go for the real thing as it is.  Given the power of Matter over us.  In our thinking that this is all there is.

Not having awoken yet to our true Selves.  

As the 'children' - facets, fractals, aspects  - of a loving Creator Source.  That is beyond our present powers to comprehend fully.

But we're getting there.

Slow.  But sure.

With a little help from our friends upstairs.  

Both on this level.

And those higher than this one.

High, high up it goes.

Our future.

Descending on us.

As we speak.
Of such things as

careful discernment.

P.S. And speaking of; and as for the Old Testament:
     You have a rather limited vision of God if you think that God is mammalian.
     Think again.
     A little more carefully this time.

P.P.S. And speaking of God: 
     Dave Hodges, of The Common Sense Show, after giving a synopsis just recently of info he has put together that shows a picture, stemming from PizzaGate, of even more vile activity involving not just child sex trafficking but snuff films and organ theft, ended his blog with the words, "May God have mercy on us all".
     Maybe God will have some mercy in this matter.  But I certainly wouldn't, if the Coach put me in there, to clean house.
     I am much more inclined to wielding the sword of Truth than I am of applying the healing balm of Love.
     But then, that's just me.
     Right about now.

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