What we have always known will heal us
1st March 2011
Lemon Bay, Florida, March 1, 2011, 5:45 a.m. Auspicious dawn. Huge creamy diamond Venus aims at a soft landing on the awe-inspiring Earthshine of the nearby crescent moon, comfortably reclined in a welcoming mode. (Of course this is a big blast of love wafting toward us from our mother in the sky.) As the clear blue dawn with flecks of gold will arrive in a few minutes, Northern birds chatter amiably, making travel plans. Around the world, a new chant bursts the bonds of the aimless silence that never stirred until justice finally reached the hearts of men, and insisted the honesty within them be extended into the outer world choking on smoke and soot and the injustice of institutions designed to protect them that really hurt them. Bastiát was right. Down through history, the biggest hazards to human life have been the very systems humans have devised to protect themselves. And we could never fix them until we could fix ourselves.
Now, the sullen soiled world structure we have created for ourselves — or have had created for us — is crumbling. The foundation stones of our social system are revealed by the parasitic infection of suppressed fear which has undermined every effort we have ever made at anything. The ancient myths that were supposed to have guided us became our prison wardens, shackled our thoughts, smelted them into robotic repetitions of rancid rituals that said we should have no fear if we just hung onto this handy little crucifixional device that would save us in any situation. All that was was something we already had; they just gave it a name and an image, but we already possessed it long before they repackaged it and sold it to us in exchange for our souls, which they acquired at a very cheap price.
As we learn that the spread of Roman Christianity that evolved into the Dark Ages was first inspired by the first recipients of this blessed miasma of ancient anagrams. These were the slaves, criminals and other maladjusted barbarians who were given an instant promotion to full Roman citizenship by a simple wave of the hand in a crosslike pattern, without any of the ancient requirements and tasks essential to achievement of emotionally invested citizenship in the real world. This is ultimately how Rome was destroyed. The passivity engendered by this otherworldly takeover of people's minds sabotaged the traditional fabric of every society it engulfed. And the hypocrisy that seeped from something we truly believed in yet was based on stolen myths and concealed identities created a secret and evil level to all human machinations that has compromised our efforts down through time, and created a culture that worships death, power and force instead of the life affirming practicality and forthrightness that still rules the less developed societies, the indigenous people whom we have just about completely extincted with our technological poisons.
As we begin the transition to a society in which people begin to see their connection to each other in a much more actualized way — hence revealing the ultimate absurdity of war and murder — most of the world remains trapped in the artificial media mindlock, where governments repeat their orders from the bankers through shillistic journalists with fat wallets in a manner in which the details of what they have actually done are very different — if not diametrically opposed — to the version they have crafted and distributed for public consumption.
It is in this gap we all can clearly observe the connection between a contemporary U.S. government utterly controlled by a nearly invisible foreign power herding a drugged and demented populace toward its own extinction and a two thousand year old religion whose very foundations stand now revealed as stolen traditions disguised and subverted to a purpose very different from its purported aim, which is your own salvation.
As Venus and the moon dance across the sky, once again the universe is showing us how it's done, had we but eyes to see it.
The caveat, of course, is that you must take somebody with you when you go off on your journey, or bring somebody home when you come back. Otherwise it doesn't really count.
As the New World Order unleashes its deadly but profitable schemes on the unsuspecting herd, all over the world, life is busting out all over. It's entirely up to us to determine who wins. Will it be perpetual servitude or spontaneous jubilation? Yes, you get to pick.
Have absolute confidence in your decision. You have always had all the information you need. It's inside you, but they tried to convince you they were keeping it for you, and you had to go visit it there. When you know that, all your decisions will be right and healthy. And if you weren't a friend of mine, I wouldn't be telling you that, would I?
John Kaminski is a writer who lives on the Gulf Coast of Florida,
urging people to understand that no problem in the world can be
authentically addressed without first analyzing tangents caused by
Jewish perfidy, which has subverted and diminished every aspect of
human endeavor throughout history. Support for his work is wholly
derived from people who can understand what he’s saying and know what
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