Wednesday, April 11, 2012

And the Truth Shall Set You Free

Piercing the veil that covers terrifying and chaotic world events is easy once you start waking up to your spiritual essence. While you’re still asleep, however, it’s almost impossible to see the manipulations of the shadowy figures that control our world, because they’re so good at mind control.   
But once you accept the fact that there are people (for want of a better term) working behind the scenes to enslave us, you can wake up easily. You begin to see, for instance, that all the seemingly random, but chaotic, events begin to make cohesive sense. You begin to see how you’ve been hypnotized into your belief of separateness, an “us against them” mentality.
War is Good
Case in point…
I watched half of the American Music Association Awards recently. In the brief time we were watching it, they gave two or three mentions and tributes to our fighting men and women in uniform. Of course, these mentions garnered wild applause from the audience. Most of the people watching the show at home probably felt really patriotic.
Me? I saw through it as another manipulation, probably priming us to accept an upcoming war with Iran. (The globalists own everything, including the media, so it’s not difficult to insert your messages in every media outlet). This particular message said: war is good.
War is Bad
Now don’t get me wrong. I fully respect our men and women in the military. It’s the concept of war that I disagree with.
I can’t even hazard a guess at how many millions of innocent people—including our heroic troops—have been killed in wars perpetrated by corporate greed and just greed in general. There are many types of greed, you know. Greed for natural resources. Greed for money (because war puts money in the pockets of those who build tanks and other weapons of killing and destruction). Greed for power. Greed for territorial control.
The shadowy people at the top don’t care about human life. They don’t bat an eyelash at the death and destruction they cause. Instead, they encourage an “us against them” mentality that has, in the past, caused the public to support any war they said was necessary. Then they send our troops into battle with the same “us against them” mentality.
Waking up
But there are strong signs that more and more people—including our troops—are breaking free from this “war is good” spell that we’ve been under for thousands of years. (The globalists’ “war games” are not the only spell from which we’re waking up, but I’ll leave this for another time). More and more of us are starting to see that there is no separation between us. Rather, we are all one.
Not long ago, I was so upset by the blatant signs that America was fast becoming a fascist country and that the NWO was upon us, that I couldn’t sleep. My mind was racing with all the dire events that I was sure would happen to us and the world. I wanted to run, but there was no place to run.
Then I had a brief mental flash that I consider to have been a vision: I saw troops everywhere putting down their weapons.
I believe that this, indeed, will happen. As the whole world wakes up to the real spiritual essence of all of humanity, the troops will refuse to fight and kill any more people. Indeed, one of the most important ways to defeat the globalist agenda is for the troops to do exactly that—refuse to fight.
And I believe they will.
In the words of an old Monkeys’ song, Zor and Zam*:
Two little kings playing a game
They gave a war and nobody came
And nobody came
And nobody came
And nobody came
And nobody came

Zor and Zam lyrics written by Bill and John Chadwick

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