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David Icke - The Enemy Within
Retired Bishop Explains Why the Church Invented Hell
Religions tend to invent ideas and concepts just like every other creative human enterprise, and they have unleashed some remarkably bad ideas onto humanity. Most of these are centered around the notion of telling people what to do and how to live their lives, with the aim of convincing people that conformity to church guidelines will bring some intangible reward in the afterlife.
One example of many is the Christian belief that the one and only way not to eternally burn in Hell is to accept Jesus Christ as the savior, as if no other deity or religious experience is valid to the human experience.
The concept of heaven and hell has been so ingrained into the human psyche that many people cannot see beyond this limiting paradigm to any other possibility. Retired Episcopal bishop John Shelby Spong, however, doesn’t seem to believe in the myth of Hell, and during a nationally televised interview he shared his opinions on why he thinks convincing the flock to believe in the concept of ‘Hell’ is absolutely critical to the Church’s survival.
Smart Technology, WiFi, Agenda 21 Energy Field Wars On Humanity
Given that all things are energy what could be a better way to covertly manipulate the people than by the control of ubiquitous invisible energy fields? As the metaphor says “control the sea and you control the fish.”
Technologically generated invisible energy fields, the “cosmic internet,” are creating more and more pollution: Receiving scant attention in mainstream media, the low frequency electromagnetic fields (EMFs) originating from sources such as broadcasting towers; mobile phone towers, smart meters and WiFi for the various applications.
All these can invariably have the effect of disrupting our body’s own bio-electromagnetic energy field and thus our health. The disruption can cause illnesses such as those related to our mental state, hormonal and nervous system … and it doesn’t stop at this, which I will explain later.
The Five Pillars of Intuition
How to awaken and deepen your Intuition
Intuition is as natural as breathing, sleeping or eating. All of us have intuition. Some of us are more open to this capacity, and connection to higher information, than others, but we can all deepen and develop our intuition with a few simple techniques and daily rituals.
Intuition is the spark, or gateway, to higher knowing and to living a fulfilled, flowing, effortless and peaceful life. Each day we are bombarded by an avalanche of information, demands and pressures, that squash our vastness into a tiny reality. This data smog and information overload swamps our intuition. Now more than ever, we need this innate capacity to guide us. The more lost we are in the pace of modern life, the more we need this anchor.
Parasites on the Loosh
The fundamental understanding that we are an energy source for some form of inter-dimensional parasites is becoming more and more predominant. After all, it fits not only ancient and even current religious and spiritual teachings, but every form of social and psychological framework as well.
We’re being used and abused. But by whom ultimately, and why?
There’s clearly a contrary current at play working against the instinctive creative and loving force most of us are tapped into and endeavor to manifest in our lives. We have not just opposition, but apparently a seemingly coordinated or similarly “inspired” enemy of mankind continually acting contrary to our best interests. A simple perusal of the abusive systems at large in the human societal fabric paints a very clear picture. Whether it’s false education and controlled media that only stifle and misdirect or the engineered highly toxic social, geological, technological and essential resource manipulation we see escalate at an exponential rate, humanity and our planet are under attack and at a serious crossroads.
New Zealand veterinarians are taking a stand against excessive antibiotic treatments in animals, vowing to ban all use by 2030
New Zealand veterinarians have resolved to put an end to the practice of using non-medicinal antibiotics in the country’s livestock by the year 2030.
Southland vet and New Zealand Veterinary Association Board Member, Mark Bryan, said that the stance stems from the vets’ acknowledgement that human and animal health issues are becoming more and more interconnected.
In a speech at the National Rural Health Conference that was recently held in Dunedin, Bryan said that many member vets were surprised by the announcement, which was made without consulting its members. The board felt that doing so would give vested interest groups too much opportunity to interfere in the process.
Parallel Universes: Theories & Evidence
Here are the top five reasons what parallel universes may actually exist:
1. We don’t know what the shape of space-time is exactly, but one prominent theory is that it is flat and goes on forever. This would present the possibility of many universes being out there. But with that topic in mind, it’s possible that universes can start repeating themselves because particles can only be put together in so many ways.
2. Another theory for multiple universes comes from “eternal inflation.” Based on research from Tufts University cosmologist Alexander Vilenkin, when looking at space-time as a whole, some areas of space stop inflating like the Big Bang inflated our own universe. Others will keep getting larger. So if we picture our own universe as a bubble, it is sitting in a network of bubble universes of space. The other universes could have very different laws of physics than our own, since they are not linked.
Return to Source – The Spirit’s Journey Home
According to a vast array of magical and alchemical texts, hermetic treatises, philosophic works, religious scriptures, and many prominent pieces of literature spanning the ages, it appears that the sole purpose of life is to awaken from our self-imposed slumber. That is, to remember who we really are or to become that which we have always been. This natural proclivity percolating within man to consciously collaborate with an innately irrational unconscious life process is what gives an individual meaning, purpose, and value.
We see this current of thought unequivocally expressed in Ralph Waldo Emerson’s first book entitled Nature. While striking a delicate accord between the terms Nature and nature, the work essentially presupposes that the entirely of life has but one aim: to return to the Source.