Reasonableness

People are so afraid of the truth, of seeing each other as being of equal value

In light of my recent blog, I am reminded of a couple of things that Billy Meier told me. Some years ago, while I was just beginning some aspects of my work, I asked him what else he would suggest I do. Quite simply and without fanfare he said, “Tell people to be more reasonable.”

Now, right away you know that people, especially we Americans, don’t like to be told anything, because we  already know everything and, well, we’re number one. [...]  READ MORE

Egypt, Tunisia and the Henoch Prophecies

Events don’t just occur in, or out of, a vacuum, though most people rarely see the underlying causes that lead to the ultimate effects. This is in large part due to millennia of delusional religious indoctrination that teaches that one is not really responsible for their actions and that some outside god, guru, saint, minister, rabbi, mullah or priest can, and will, absolve them of, and forgive them for, all their “sins”, “save” them and magically grant their other wishes as well.

In a sense, the same thing is to be said of politics and diplomacy, two manmade forms of seeking advantage by lie and pretense. The truth requires no diplomacy. Our fear of not getting what we want, and our determination to get it through deception, at someone else’s expense, is an underlying condition of politics and diplomacy for which we think no price is to be paid, or that it shall fall to someone else to pay it. [...]  READ MORE

On Rewriting Our Future History

As the most recent atrocity at the Russian airport shows, humanity has – so far – failed to heed the decades’ long warnings so as to effectively rewrite what is otherwise going to be an extremely painful future history.

I specifically refer to the prophecies published by Meier, since 1951, which have long revealed both the causes and effects that create and become our world. Should his warnings regarding acts of terror, and all sorts of other extremely negative events, remain unheeded then we have no one but ourselves to blame. [...]  READ MORE