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    Default Re: Maybe time to take a serious look at David Wilcock

    Expressing concern is always enough. It can be accomplished without dissecting a person and their human'ness and imperfections. Just isn't productive, except possibly to polish or ante up egoic structures. Do feelings override knowledge or vice versa?

    There isn't any ONE person on the Planet that always gets it all right in all ways. Whew..it can be a jungle out here...

    Sincerety matters. Alex, David, David, Bill, Bill, Inelia, Kerry, You, Me.. our perceptions are all that WE have to share and agree or disagree on. Resonation is often underrated!

    Tossing "EGO" into anything is born from one's own. Take from anything ONLY that which makes you shine brightly. Thank the rest and lay it aside. "There's nothing more powerful than beauty in a wicked world." --Amos Lee / Soul Suckers.

    NOW = the only moment to look for and FIND the beauty in all. May we all SIMPLY focus on loving and makingourselves available to the ginormous heart-felt coherence field.


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    Default Re: Maybe time to take a serious look at David Wilcock

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    David is no warrior. Priest mode at the strongest and I see Scholar with a touch of Sage with his drama stuff as a real possibility. There is no shame in not being a warrior, just as there is no shame in not being a genius. We all have our parts to play. As a public figure, David will have to endure outrageous slings and arrows.
    No shame in anything, yes yes yes. Learning, evolution, embracing the unknown be it within us our without, *flaps hands at the 'we are all One' philosophy, yes yes I get it *and* there's plenty of unknown within our experience*- no shame. Shame cripples evolution.

    Quote It is all part of being famous and having your book make the Times Best Seller List. Having a book on the top of a pile of dung like that list is an odd desire IMO. Quiet abundance and and making a living do not require such notoriety.
    This is entirely subjective. Perhaps his intention and purpose is to not be small, to be a voice in a larger arena than most are prepared to be, to reach out to as many as possible with his perspective. Perhaps rejoicing that one's 'awakening' topic book makes it to the top of a 'pile of dung like that' is to rejoice that so many more are now embracing such messages than have been present before, sending the signal out so that it can be picked up, utilised, transformed, by those who previously may not have been prepared to hold space for such things.

    Does it matter that the way such individuals respond to the signal might not meet the 'standards' of others? Not in my multiverse.

    Is it possible to get over the moral judgement about those whose work makes them more public than others? Can 'public' and 'notoriety' not be morally applied words? That would be really interesting, because then we'd all be free to respond to whatever promptings of spirit and essence we're led to without having to make our skin like diamond in defense against our fellow 'awakeners'...
    You read me wrong. I support him in anything he wants to do and salute him for his contributions to us. We are enriched by having him. I do reserve the right to have a personal opinion and 'take' on things. It's an 'if I were in his shoes' thing and I may certainly have a judgement about myself in his circumstance.

    Take deep breaths. It helps.

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    You read me wrong. I support him in anything he wants to do and salute him for his contributions to us. We are enriched by having him. I do reserve the right to have a personal opinion and 'take' on things. It's an 'if I were in his shoes' thing and I may certainly have a judgement about myself in his circumstance. Take deep breaths. It helps.
    That was fail on my part to delineate between my response to the bits of your post I was directly responding to (the yes yes bit) and the next bit, which was more a response to a broader elemental theme I've observed playing out across the forum. So I was doing the staring off into space, handwaving, hyperfocus response, not personal. I was talking in the complete frequency, not specific. Note to Self- remember the arena I'm in! *lol*

    And I do breathe. :D I fully get that writing is subjectively interpreted and so my passion or glee can sometimes look like ranting to others:what we need is something like Edward de Bono's Pattern Language icons, so that we can preface different bits of our posts with emoticons that more specifically flag our purpose and intent in writing, without having to preface our writing with several paragraphs of explanation. That would be really cool.

    Although I didn't get the 'if I were in his shoes' aspect from what you wrote, that wasn't clear at all. It did read as though you were looking at his personal choices and finding them wanting.

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    You read me wrong. I support him in anything he wants to do and salute him for his contributions to us. We are enriched by having him. I do reserve the right to have a personal opinion and 'take' on things. It's an 'if I were in his shoes' thing and I may certainly have a judgement about myself in his circumstance. Take deep breaths. It helps.
    That was fail on my part to delineate between my response to the bits of your post I was directly responding to (the yes yes bit) and the next bit, which was more a response to a broader elemental theme I've observed playing out across the forum. So I was doing the staring off into space, handwaving, hyperfocus response, not personal. I was talking in the complete frequency, not specific. Note to Self- remember the arena I'm in! *lol*

    And I do breathe. :D I fully get that writing is subjectively interpreted and so my passion or glee can sometimes look like ranting to others:what we need is something like Edward de Bono's Pattern Language icons, so that we can preface different bits of our posts with emoticons that more specifically flag our purpose and intent in writing, without having to preface our writing with several paragraphs of explanation. That would be really cool.

    Although I didn't get the 'if I were in his shoes' aspect from what you wrote, that wasn't clear at all. It did read as though you were looking at his personal choices and finding them wanting.
    My bad for not stating what I hope would be an obvious insert here. It would be very unfair of me, and personally embarrassing, to criticize someone who works as hard as he does to bring us such brilliant work. I have a deep personal dislike for things like the NYT BSL. On most weeks it is a list of complete crap. Well written emotional distractions when it is good and psychopathic power porn at its' worst. Some really good books have found their way there. It is the dynamics of market forces.

    Let me end this with affirming the very positive contributions DW provides us all and wanting only happiness for him in his pursuits.

    Did I miss any nuances this time?

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    Default Re: Maybe time to take a serious look at David Wilcock

    Quote Posted by modwiz (here)
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    critical reasoning faculties are good and all and are even, heaven forbid... necessary. The problem comes when ego has one act on such things - within the context of surety in and of the self.
    Ya wanna try that in plain English, buddy?
    I think he said when ego has one act on such things ... that when one is so sure of one's self, one's critical reasoning faculties, that one is blind to the ego driven action one is actually performing?

    It is hard to tell with Carmody's subtlety sometimes ... <snickering>

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    critical reasoning faculties are good and all and are even, heaven forbid... necessary. The problem comes when ego has one act on such things - within the context of surety in and of the self.
    Ya wanna try that in plain English, buddy?
    I think he said when ego has one act on such things ... that when one is so sure of one's self, one's critical reasoning faculties, that one is blind to the ego driven action one is actually performing?

    It is hard to tell with Carmody's subtlety sometimes ... <snickering>
    Thanks Sierra. I follow the words.. I wanted to have a little fun with him.

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    Quote Posted by modwiz (here)
    My bad for not stating what I hope would be an obvious insert here. It would be very unfair of me, and personally embarrassing, to criticize someone who works as hard as he does to bring us such brilliant work. I have a deep personal dislike for things like the NYT BSL. On most weeks it is a list of complete crap. Well written emotional distractions when it is good and psychopathic power porn at its' worst. Some really good books have found their way there. It is the dynamics of market forces.

    Let me end this with affirming the very positive contributions DW provides us all and wanting only happiness for him in his pursuits.
    That is a great affirmation, may it come back onto you many fold.

    Quote Did I miss any nuances this time?
    *laughing* no, no, I think we're getting the nuance thing down really well, don't you? *waves hands in slightly self mocking woo-woo fashion* :D

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    Default Re: Maybe time to take a serious look at David Wilcock

    Danvd is no warrior . Neither was Edgar Cayce. You may be a bit more close to the core of it with Scholar and Sage.

    When David accepts that for himself he may find he doen't create those situations for himself that he just recently experienced.

    Again quiet abundance and making a living that way seems to be a jarring opposing value to what he claims to stand for.

    Why wait for some governtment official to return all our gold to us when the obviated fact of the matter is no one has any evidence that gold ever belonged to us in the first place. Dig a hole in the ground and give it back to mother as far as I'm concerned that's not abundance drawing its rationalization based in ego. Why wait for anyone to return anything to you at all.

    A matter of observing what one says and what one does and how one principal exhaled from the right hand opposes the one that has isssued from the left hand.

    Not hard core, just grateful every damn day someone up there gave me the wits to notice this hinky dinky for myself and not flinch for what I'm seeing.

    Quote Posted by modwiz (here)
    Quote Posted by 9eagle9 (here)
    Let's see. No I'm not perfect. I'm not out in the public eye claiming perfection nor claiming to be a light warrior either so when someone proves without a shadow of doubt that I'm not a light warrior, I don''t have to be publicly humiliated b...because I didn't make those claims.

    David created his own situation. Rumor is that some people wanted to call out his claims of being a warrior who was gong to kick the ptbs ass.

    And when they did he reacted in the very way that substantiated he was not anything of what he claimed to be. Appears that he got his arse kicked.

    Some warrior.
    David is no warrior. Priest mode at the strongest and I see Scholar with a touch of Sage with his drama stuff as a real possibility. There is no shame in not being a warrior, just as there is no shame in not being a genius. We all have our parts to play. As a public figure, David will have to endure outrageous slings and arrows. It is all part of being famous and having your book make the Times Best Seller List. Having a book on the top of a pile of dung like that list is an odd desire IMO. Quiet abundance and and making a living do not require such notoriety.

    9eagle9, you are just so hard core. LOL

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    Default Re: Maybe time to take a serious look at David Wilcock

    I'm thinking of starting a thread called:

    "Time to take a serious look at the people who bitch about David Wilcock."

    I'm barely half joking. Barely.

    This post/comment is attached to no particular person or post in this thread. it is attached to the extension of ego that makes people think that they need to gather swords and rescue people against their will from imaginary problems.

    Let me put it this way: if some part of the world were to grab everything that David says and fly completely out of control on situations concerning that data...if this where to happen the world would be a batter place.

    If you think you are in this thread using tissue paper and cleaning dirty little backsides up and organizing them..well...understand that we have not even sat down to take a dump yet, nor are our collective stomachs and innards even remotely full of food.

    so... RELAX.

    Chill.

    Go find something functional to bitch about. something, some behavior... that has a future and is useful.
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    Default Re: Maybe time to take a serious look at David Wilcock

    Och my children , my beloved. \ Turn a blind eye to anything that is remotely going to assign you the label of egotistical. Turn the other cheek if you see something hinky after all its that nasty little ego of yours. Use your intuition but understand if it sees something that isn't all flowers and its ..its your EGO. It magickally transforms from intuition to Ego in an instant the moment you open your mouth!

    Don't ever identify anything going on in the world thats just not right, the world that you live in and we all share, because if you do..its' the EGO. Don't even talk about the notion that someone might be amiss. You have to believe every word they say without question because if you don't ...its your ego! Don't even use those critical thinking skills ......that is the ego.

    ssssst don't talk about it.

    What ever gave you the idea that you could about an alleged whistleblowers credibility in a forum arranged around ....whistleblowing. Where did you ever??!!! From your ego that's where!!!

    If you are examining anything that might possibly be a bit suspicious to you, that's your ego and you are hysterical and need to chill out. You're uptight because you seen something that didn't quite add up. Would you ego maniacs poke your eyes out pleeeeeeeez so we our own egos are not triggered by your well put together, thoughtful and critical thinking ego-centric skills!!!

    Enough! What kind of forum do you think you're in anyway??!!


    Don't you even dare mention against the fact there's a David Wilcock glowing report posted several times a week and or even suggest you might be tired of those. That is coming from YOUR ego!! If you are as equally tired of David Wilcocks shadow looming over every alternative media topic, you have to understand that the people who are tired of you being tired of David Wilcocks have priority because THEY aren't coming from the ego.

    Like you are.

    Psssst. Don't you dare rebuttal my post, that is your ego prompting you to do it.

    Don't you thank it either, that's your ego.

    Don't do anything.

    If you have the answer quietly raise your hand and put it over your mouth.




    Quote Posted by Carmody (here)
    I'm thinking of starting a thread called:

    "Time to take a serious look at the people who bitch about David Wilcock."

    I'm barely half joking. Barely.

    This post/comment is attached to no particular person or post in this thread. it is attached to the extension of ego that makes people think that they need to gather swords and rescue people against their will from imaginary problems.

    Let me put it this way: if some part of the world were to grab everything that David says and fly completely out of control on situations concerning that data...if this where to happen the world would be a batter place.

    If you think you are in this thread using tissue paper and cleaning dirty little backsides up and organizing them..well...understand that we have not even sat down to take a dump yet, nor are our collective stomachs and innards even remotely full of food.

    so... RELAX.

    Chill.

    Go find something functional to bitch about. something, some behavior... that has a future and is useful.

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    Default Re: Maybe time to take a serious look at David Wilcock

    Oh my goodness.....I ain't sayin nothing!........I can't.....rofl!



    Quote Posted by 9eagle9 (here)
    Och my children , my beloved. \ Turn a blind eye to anything that is remotely going to assign you the label of egotistical. Turn the other cheek if you see something hinky after all its that nasty little ego of yours. Use your intuition but understand if it sees something that isn't all flowers and its ..its your EGO. It magickally transforms from intuition to Ego in an instant the moment you open your mouth!

    Don't ever identify anything going on in the world thats just not right, the world that you live in and we all share, because if you do..its' the EGO. Don't even talk about the notion that someone might be amiss. You have to believe every word they say without question because if you don't ...its your ego! Don't even use those critical thinking skills ......that is the ego.

    ssssst don't talk about it.

    What ever gave you the idea that you could about an alleged whistleblowers credibility in a forum arranged around ....whistleblowing. Where did you ever??!!! From your ego that's where!!!

    If you are examining anything that might possibly be a bit suspicious to you, that's your ego and you are hysterical and need to chill out. You're uptight because you seen something that didn't quite add up. Would you ego maniacs poke your eyes out pleeeeeeeez so we our own egos are not triggered by your well put together, thoughtful and critical thinking ego-centric skills!!!

    Enough! What kind of forum do you think you're in anyway??!!


    Don't you even dare mention against the fact there's a David Wilcock glowing report posted several times a week and or even suggest you might be tired of those. That is coming from YOUR ego!! If you are as equally tired of David Wilcocks shadow looming over every alternative media topic, you have to understand that the people who are tired of you being tired of David Wilcocks have priority because THEY aren't coming from the ego.

    Like you are.

    Psssst. Don't you dare rebuttal my post, that is your ego prompting you to do it.

    Don't you thank it either, that's your ego.

    Don't do anything.

    If you have the answer quietly raise your hand and put it over your mouth.




    Quote Posted by Carmody (here)
    I'm thinking of starting a thread called:

    "Time to take a serious look at the people who bitch about David Wilcock."

    I'm barely half joking. Barely.

    This post/comment is attached to no particular person or post in this thread. it is attached to the extension of ego that makes people think that they need to gather swords and rescue people against their will from imaginary problems.

    Let me put it this way: if some part of the world were to grab everything that David says and fly completely out of control on situations concerning that data...if this where to happen the world would be a batter place.

    If you think you are in this thread using tissue paper and cleaning dirty little backsides up and organizing them..well...understand that we have not even sat down to take a dump yet, nor are our collective stomachs and innards even remotely full of food.

    so... RELAX.

    Chill.

    Go find something functional to bitch about. something, some behavior... that has a future and is useful.

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    Default Re: Maybe time to take a serious look at David Wilcock

    Are YOU laughing?!

    Ego ego ego. We all know how much fun the ego is.

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    Default Re: Maybe time to take a serious look at David Wilcock

    Quote Posted by Sierra (here)
    Quote Posted by modwiz (here)
    Quote Posted by Carmody (here)
    critical reasoning faculties are good and all and are even, heaven forbid... necessary. The problem comes when ego has one act on such things - within the context of surety in and of the self.
    Ya wanna try that in plain English, buddy?
    I think he said when ego has one act on such things ... that when one is so sure of one's self, one's critical reasoning faculties, that one is blind to the ego driven action one is actually performing?

    It is hard to tell with Carmody's subtlety sometimes ... <snickering>
    Well, you and I may *think* we get it perhaps rhetorical is better.

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    Default Re: Maybe time to take a serious look at David Wilcock

    Quote Posted by Carmody (here)
    I'm thinking of starting a thread called:

    "Time to take a serious look at the people who bitch about David Wilcock."


    I'm barely half joking. Barely.

    This post/comment is attached to no particular person or post in this thread. it is attached to the extension of ego that makes people think that they need to gather swords and rescue people against their will from imaginary problems.

    Let me put it this way: if some part of the world were to grab everything that David says and fly completely out of control on situations concerning that data...if this where to happen the world would be a batter place.

    If you think you are in this thread using tissue paper and cleaning dirty little backsides up and organizing them..well...understand that we have not even sat down to take a dump yet, nor are our collective stomachs and innards even remotely full of food.

    so... RELAX.

    Chill.

    Go find something functional to bitch about. something, some behavior... that has a future and is useful.
    bolded above.....I hear you Carmody....and very well said.


    I am of the opinion that David Wilcock and Kerry Cassidy are major targets for the psyops crew in 2012, in our little neck of the woods... (that began in ernest with the awful Brockbrader character)


    But a new thread is probably not necessary.....much of the info needed for a serious look at them is in this thread....







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    Quote Posted by Carmody (here)
    I'm thinking of starting a thread called:

    "Time to take a serious look at the people who bitch about David Wilcock."

    I'm barely half joking. Barely.
    Note to Self: stop drinking tea while reading threads. *wipes screen again, smorfling*

    Quote Go find something functional to bitch about. something, some behavior... that has a future and is useful.

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    Default Re: Maybe time to take a serious look at David Wilcock

    [QUOTE=Sebastion;444994]Oh my goodness.....I ain't sayin nothing!........I can't.....rofl!


    everytime i read "rofl" I hear scooby doo trying to say waffle

    What would scooby do?

    Rich Soul Food.
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    Quote Posted by Carmody (here)
    I'm thinking of starting a thread called:

    "Time to take a serious look at the people who bitch about David Wilcock."

    I'm barely half joking. Barely.

    To paraphrase and add to what 9eagle9 aptly pointed out, why isn't a new thread far more aptly:

    "Time to take a serious look at the people in a forum dedicated to discussing the validity of whistleblowers who bitch about anyone who wants to discuss the validity of whistleblowers."

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    Default Re: Maybe time to take a serious look at David Wilcock

    Quote Posted by Sebastasoul (here)
    Quote Posted by Carmody (here)
    I'm thinking of starting a thread called:

    "Time to take a serious look at the people who bitch about David Wilcock."

    I'm barely half joking. Barely.

    To paraphrase and add to what 9eagle9 aptly pointed out, why isn't a new thread far more aptly:

    "Time to take a serious look at the people in a forum dedicated to discussing the validity of whistleblowers who bitch about anyone who wants to discuss the validity of whistleblowers."

    well, seeing as though there are 97 posts here, and only 1 person is "bitching about the people who want to discuss the validity of whistleblowers" , simple mathematics would dictate that your creative idea wouldn't work here

    but it was funny, i'll have to concede that.

    though i wouldn't call what Carmody was doing here "bitching". i won't define bitching here because that would just be obnoxious, but i will say that i'm quite familiar with it, having had 3 failed relationships in 6 months that were mostly my fault, 2 expressive sisters, and a mother who is not afraid to tell me when i'm acting like an a@@hole.

    based on my extensive experience, i simply can't give his post the 5 star bitch rating you've judged it to be; maybe a 1 and a half, at best.

    i will say this: if I could have 'thanked' his post 10 times, i would have happily done so.

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    Default Re: Maybe time to take a serious look at David Wilcock

    Over several years, David Wilcock has coined his brand as an easy going intellectual with extraordinary gifts to share with us. He comes across as a cheerful guy who rarely shies away from a self compliment but is authentically on the side of humanity.

    He maintains rapport with his fans through humor, his love of mystery and his casual accessibility. Whether he's consciously self-critical about it or not, he makes no bones about holding mainstream personal ambitions—in music, film and books (Is Broadway in the mix yet?)—while developing and presenting his spiritual, psychic and historical knowledge.

    Not long ago he began doling out insider-selected prime cuts, initially tossing mere morsels as snacks into our watering mouths, then after a few weeks, serving them cafeteria style in steaming, super-sized portions no one could finish in one meal. Now there’s a whole cow sitting on his website.

    I don't recall having read any one piece David had written about his vulnerabilities, fears and failures. Honestly, he may have, probably within other articles, but if he did and I read it, I’ve forgiven or forgotten it by now. Down and dirty is not his schtick. I like him for that.

    I was surprised in a big fat way on Kerry’s show that as he began talking about the death threat, instead of invoking transcendence and vision, he crumbled like a cookie in a child’s lunch bag. My immediate reaction to the awkward drama was to squawk to myself, ‘False advertising! This product is defective!".

    He panicked in the precise way he’d repeatedly urged his readers not to. My estimation was that he’d made publishing and marketing a priority over maintaining a balance of teaching and practice. He was unprepared in consciousness and I was pissed at the cognitive dissonance I was experiencing.

    I waited for the crucial Part 2 of his time-sensitive, life-saving exposé to appear on schedule the next morning. And waited. When he finally posted it a week or so later, it contained zilch…nothing more than a neatly organized copy of the cluttered alternative history I’d already dug up online and integrated. That couldn’t be the straw that broken-backed camels cursed and commiserated over.

    Then the days turned into a whirlwind marathon of mission and urgency. One night, David kept his promise to deliver news as it came out. He published an imperfect, unfinished and raw report! It was fresh, unprocessed and presumably, non-GMO.

    I was unhappily jarred the next morning when I discovered he’d filed down the article’s rough edges, dolled up the nouns with tawdry adjectives he'd picked up on some street corner and added hints of intrigue that were nonexistent just hours before. I was mildly nauseated with disappointment that he felt he had to go Harry Potter on us to please a magical market segment of civilized thrill seekers he considered his own.

    I asked myself, how could he even be thinking that way under the circumstances?. It didn’t ring true that he was in danger. He had time to spare. His actions didn’t seem to jive with his words.

    I felt like an exiled insider, kicked from the reporter’s cubby with the messy desk where the hot leads were scrawled on Subway receipts, back into the homogenized pool of consumers who were permitted—and who preferred—only the taste of scrubbed, polished and gently fictionalized sizzle.

    I didn’t like what this said about me, so I tucked that pocket mirror of unwelcome insight into my jacket for later viewing once I'd calmed down.

    I wonder if David has amended his belief that the kind of socio-psychopaths who hone their knives on controlling an entire planet are merely ‘damaged’ and that we in our compassion can understand, trust and possibly help them.

    Until they try to kill us.

    What do we do then? Do we offer them a warm heart as our defense and lay down our lives, true to our slave-as-saint conditioning? Maybe we run for the hills and take to meditating 24/7, never showing our face again, at least until the hills burst into flames. Do we fight back, an eye for an eye, a drone for a drone—Forever, and Ever, Hallelujah, Hallelujah?!

    We’re facing questions whose answers have no market value, since you can’t pop them in the microwave for a few minutes and come up with something delicious for dinner.

    What do we hold as true that we’re willing to act on in the face of apparent chaos?

    How do we resolve conflicts with others who don’t share our perceptions or values?

    What are we?

    Judgement day isn’t executed from a golden throne. It is the final, complete and unspeakable Dilemma that we collectively invoke in our uniquely individual ways just prior to facing our common release from the mind-curling misunderstandings about our species that we've trusted and enforced as the foundation for human etiquette over millennia.

    Face it, the milk has curdled and we need a new refrigerator.

    It’s 2012. We’re nearly cornered with no way out. There are others out there who may help or harm us, but which is which? We're teetering on a string-thin tightrope stretched over a keening chasm that once was the world we knew and loved. Some say the rope is tethered at one end to fear and rejection, and at the other, to love and acceptance.

    Where are we on the rope anyway?

    Are we shaking uncontrollably with terror and striking out with violence at anyone or anything that confuses us? Or are we prematurely celebrating false confirmation that we are, in fact, graced—particularly when peering down the rope at the huddle of unattractive victims shivering at the other end.

    Maybe we can save them through prayer…blessing and corralling them into the beautiful prison of “our way.”

    Is it even possible to 'save' anyone without frivolously taking on the Lord’s prestigious name as our own, purely for vanity’s sake, or as they say, “in vain”? How could that be considered anything other than theft (and not the good kind for the right reasons)?!

    A soft pillow of time now muffles the 2.6 mhz sirens that screamed across system platforms when David temporarily lost it during a late dinner hour in mid-December last year. I’ve stepped back into a wider view where my projections fall on objects closer to home and farther from DivineCosmosDotCom.

    David is once again the lanky blond guy with an interesting slant who reminds me that even as we search for the latest loose rail to retire or repair, life is still on-track. I never used him as my personal GPS, so we’re still good there.

    My home is in the middle of a very flat, treeless nowhere with little to hold my attention outdoors but clouds, some brownish prairie stubble and a few skinny rabbits making a beeline toward Spring. I’ve made sure they’re all accounted for today. Whether or not the D.U.M.B.S. are humming along as usual or are smoking piles of metallic and stone rubble doesn’t change my day in any practical way.

    As a rule, gentle souled bloggers don't have bodyguards shadowing us as we research, synthesize, edit and click on "Publish”. I suspect most of us have no interest at this late date in mastering the disciplined martial arts skills necessary to fend off a lethal attack with our bare hands. So its scary stuff when our pen bumps up against an actual, sharpened sword. Who wouldn't cry at the realization that torture will be our final chapter...if not from fear of pain and madness, then from a deeply sad nostalgia for a time just a few years back when the beast hadn't yet gone publicly global with such shamelessly self-congratulatory pride.

    Yes, David chose to be a public figure, but that's not usually a life or death decision for most bloggers. Maybe he has an interesting fate that is not driven by "his controller," the Federal Reserve or a trillion dollar bribe. I don’t sense he's a disinfo agent posing as a tree hugger or as a super psychic with both physical and nonphysical sources I should trust more than my own common sense, training and intuition.

    Is it a crime to be happy in the face of doom? Then, I’m breaking the law right now—and for my unserious cartwheels, I may pay dearly, or I may find others of like mind...as will the parts of me that miserably muck around in the drama and terror that result from clinging to—or battling against —a fallen world as it tunnels blindly through the darkness on its drunken joyride to hell.

    I don’t expect more of myself than to work, read, meditate, honor Nature, try to process my crap faster than it flows and switch off my monitor occasionally to enjoy some unpixelated, quality time with my fellow humans, dogs and soil.

    I hope I’ve built a strong enough spiritual shield to protect my face against the high winds when they decide they'll settle for nothing less than my sun-dried skull. I can’t promise to act with dignity if I’m forced to dance some ridiculous new steps on twinkle toes as the floor drops out from under my feet. And where is that crystalline craft that will sweep me into its unconditionally loving machinery, then whisk me to who knows where?

    I’m waiting.

    So, frankly, I don’t know or care where David Wilcock is right now. I was with him when he was last on the air. We were very close. I’m sure he felt it too. You know how psychic he is. But dammit, even after all the intimate hours we shared together, he never calls, he never writes!

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    Default Re: Maybe time to take a serious look at David Wilcock

    nonesuch, someone's going to wag a finger and spank you for that mildly petulant outburst. Not me.

    Someone's going to come along and invoke the Rodney King call to sanity about now. Not me.

    Damn, I wish I could write prose that well. Where in the hell is the standing ovation button when I need one.

    Dennis


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