In recent years, it hasn’t been more clear to me that what we are going through both individually, and as a collective civilization is a test. In my own life the last ten years have been intense, full of challenges I’ve had the opportunity overcome, and by doing so has led me to a greater understanding of myself and reality.

Regardless of the challenge, they have always been tailored to the individual lessons I’ve had to learn, and as such I can only assume that this is the case for everyone else as well. As a collective we stand on the cusp of an amazing transformation, but in order to get there we must first face aspects of ourselves that we’ve locked away in the proverbial closet. Not only do we have to face these “skeletons”, but our behavior during the process will be the deciding factor regarding if we make it through the threshold of a “Graduation” type of event. No doubt some of us will make it, and others will have to repeat the process.

The question of “how many” will pull through the process, and make the jump into a higher consciousness has been on my mind for a few years now. When I first starting asking myself the question, I was quick to think that everyone will pull it off, or over 90% of the planet’s population would. Over the last year, I’ve come to realize how unrealistic the idea was, now I find myself thinking if even just 1/3 of the population made the jump it would be a remarkable achievement.

Why The Change of Opinion?:

To be honest, it has been a combination of experiences I’ve had, both directly and indirectly that has led to a change of opinion. Many of which came about after witnessing how individual’s who consider themselves genuinely loving people, turn into hateful people when they found themselves in situations that contradicted their beliefs.

If you have not witnessed this phenomena yourself, then you have most likely witnessed it indirectly, either by hearing about it from someone else, or seeing it play out on the national news (something I rarely watch anymore). Many people are still willing to accept generally dark agendas without question, as long as they are executed in ways that bolster their own ideals, and reinforce the world view they hold to be true.

May I reiterate the words from Somni 451, “Truth is singular, it’s versions are mistruths.” We live in a society of mistruths, where truth is hidden in deep layers of our consciousnesses, and the majority argue over versions of truth that they don’t even take the time research themselves. They want to be told what truth is, an activity that is a detriment to any being who is truly free. If we are unable to even consider our truths may be mistruths in actuality, then we are doomed to repeat the grand cycles of the cosmos for eternity. Never realizing there is something outside of our own beliefs.

The Darkness is in Plain Sight:

Dark agendas have always been kept in plain site, often offering up some “enlightening” truth if the public accepts them. Sometimes they even present themselves, in the behavior of how we react to one another. Darkness always seeks to divide us from one another, playing our insecurities off against each other in a demented chess match. However it is us who allows it to occur, and so we can only blame ourselves for the distasteful situations we may find ourselves in.

I will not devote this post to all the ways dark agendas are presented to us, nor even a fraction of the post to hidden symbolism that surrounds us constantly. There are ample resources available on the Net that do a good job showing occult symbolism . However, I will provide a few examples of the challenges that face us, and should force us to start thinking outside our comfort levels.

The Blood Lust of “The Elite”:

I would openly argue, that we have probably never seen the true “Elite” of our civilization. All we have seen is their “middle management” that interact with the general public. Usually enacting collective policy that appears to benefit the public, but in reality keeps us distracted from the nature of our reality, in an attempt to enslave us into a system of total control by the hidden.

However, just like in a business situation, “middle management” often takes on the ideals of “upper management”, and as a result we can get a glimpse of the mentality that is running the show.

In recent months you may have seen a number of news outlets reporting on “The Harvesting of Young Blood” as a way to improve the health of older individuals. If you have not, I have posted a couple links below. While some may be quick to label the story as “Fake News” or a “Conspiracy Theory”, they will find that even mainstream news outlets such as CBS reported on the story.

This is a good example of a practice that is presented as an “enlightening” discovery, but in reality a far darker agenda is behind it. First off, history is full of “Elites” who had partook in the practice of drinking or bathing in blood to maintain their youth. In many cases, it was the blood of children, and often followed some sort of dark ritual where child sacrifice was common place. The “Blood Countess” Elizabeth Bathory who was a Hungarian noblewomen (1560-1614) is only one example of such an individual. The lore of the Vampire has also gone from a terrifying creature of the night, to being romanced by our modern society. Is this just a societal phase, or is there an agenda at play? I’m certainly not going to speculate in depth, but it wouldn’t surprise me if there was.

So in reality, what we see is an attempt to normalize something dark by presenting it in the “shining light” of modern medicine. The question we should be asking ourselves is where is the “young blood” going to be coming from, and how young will it be. Obviously it’s unlikely that there are enough willing donors for such a practice, especially if it’s eventually admitted that “young blood” is just code words for children. We clearly need to be paying much closer attention to what’s going on around us, and be willing to consider the uncomfortable questions.

The “Offended” Fad:

Have you noticed how many people, are walking on eggshells lately so they don’t “offend” anyone? It seems like no matter where you go, someone is trying to get something banned because it “offended” them. To make matters worse, it appears that even some governments are taking steps to enact laws making it illegal to say anything that may offend someone else.

Just take a look at the UK with their “hate speech” tirade as of late. Here you have a country, where police forces have said they don’t have the resources to investigate every crime, but they do have the resources to troll Facebook looking for anyone who says something, or “likes” something that someone else has deemed as hate speech or offensive.

The UK is not the only nation in the midst of the “Offended” fad, in fact it appears to be wide spread, especially across parts of Europe and the United States. Do I need to ask the question, “Who determines what is offensive?”………..Who benefits from a population that is unwilling to express their thoughts and feelings out of fear that someone else will be offended? Who benefits from a self censoring population? Clearly the population themselves do not.

Speaking as an American Citizen, can you imagine if the American Revolution was canceled because it offended British Royalty? Or the Emancipation Proclamation was never issued because it offended slave owners? Or the Renaissance period never occurred because it offended the Catholic church?

I can list many more examples, and I suspect anyone else could as well. I’m going to be blunt here, being “offended” is a symptom of cognitive dissonance. I say this for one simple reason, the individual who goes out of their way to have something banned because they are offended by it, will at the same time reject the idea that anything they say or do should be banned because it offends someone else. Thus the individual will hold on to the ideal of freedom of expression for themselves, but not for others which is by nature a contradictory belief structure.

In my opinion we should be embracing the difference of opinions. If you don’t agree with something, then debate your point in a polite way, share your opinions, and if by the end of the day there isn’t an agreement then agree to disagree. Don’t fall into the trap of trying to get everything you don’t want to hear, see, or experience banned, because eventually you will become a victim of the same mentality.

Of course there will always be people, who want to justify banning things by saying things like, “Shouldn’t this or that criminal activity be banned”. To that I say, there are already laws to deal with crimes.

Guilty Until Proven Innocent:

Currently in the United States, a percentage of the population have been caught up in the collective idea that someone is guilty until they are proven innocent. Luckily the court systems have not gone the way of a Totalitarian nightmare yet, making their apparent wishes come true.

Totalitarianism is an extremely dark governmental structure, that you would think any normal person would do almost anything to prevent coming into power. Yet, the United States has seen a number of recent instances where political partisan has clouded a percentage of the population’s judgment . As a result a “Rule by Mob” mentality is being expressed. Which usually expresses itself as “We want this to happen” or “We want this to be true” regardless of the facts that are currently available.

Again I ask, who would benefit if Government responded by embracing this mindset? I can guarantee it wouldn’t be the general population. Perhaps they are looking for ways to implement it? In wish case it would be much easier to do if the people beg for this type of system.

I’m not going to waste time, listing off every instance where the “Guilty Until Proven Innocent” mindset surfaced, but I will mention one for reference. The recent arrest of Roger Stone in regards to the “Russian Collusion” investigation has lead an extreme amount of hate being expressed by many in the population. All over the place, you have people who have already decided he is guilty, with even parts of the media promoting the idea he is guilty before any trial date has even been set.

Again we have a situation, where people are so caught up in their own views (political views in this case) where many of them will make decisions based on what they want to be be true, not what is true. Personally I believe Stone won’t be convicted, but I also believe it will be difficult to find an impartial jury due to the effect the media has on the public.

It is a sad day for the country, when protesters show up at a press conference and shout obscenities, and even spit on someone who hasn’t even been convicted of a crime. In fact, most people who are convicted of a crime never see such treatment. This is the same type of behavior that was present in the Roman Colosseum, and just as the spectators in the colosseum, the individuals who go out of there way to behave in such as way will see karma. An individual’s belief does not supersede cosmic law.

As one intuitive put it best “Russia collusion is a unicorn”. As someone who has had psychic experiences my entire life, I have to agree with the statement. Anyone who isn’t entrenched within political party, and doesn’t subconsciously want it to be true for one reason or another can see it is it truly is. A distraction…. and there are some who want to see it drag out as long as possible, so they can use it during the next election.

I will leave you with this. The content of the emails that were “hacked” have never been indicated to be fake. In fact no one has denied their legitimacy, and like it or not there does appear to be dark things in them. Yet, we are expected to believe that because “Russia” hacked the emails, that we shouldn’t even look at them, discuss them, or investigate their contents…… If the drug dealer living down the street from you, called in a tip to the police that the pedophile living next door to you was planning to sexually assault your children, would you not want the police to investigate because it was a drug dealer who called the tip in?

Light Transmutes Darkness:

In all honesty, I’ve touched on some sensitive topics in this post. It wouldn’t surprise me if they trigger some readers to respond with some colorful opinions. Overall this does not bother me one bit, everyone has the right to their own thoughts and opinions. We all have the ability to express ourselves in one way or another, and I will never suggest someone should be stopped from expressing themselves.

I will end this post with the following. Only light transmutes darkness, we will not find ourselves entering the realms of higher consciousness if we attempt to overcome darkness with acts of darkness. Whether they be by thoughts, words, feelings, or actions. Nor will be able to smoothly enter a new renaissance, if we are unable to free ourselves from our misconceptions and old belief structures. Our future is bright, but there are many paths that lead to it. It is up to use to choose the path we will take.

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