I am in a moment of wholesale redefining of my life, total redirection and I have to think that I’m meant to be doing it.
While other people enter into this, I don’t in any way want to suggest that they are “to blame” or “responsible” or any of those old-paradigm ways of thinking. I tried something out for myself and I saw it didn’t work. It didn’t work for me. It didn’t work period. It just didn’t work.
Let me explain.
I have this sense that I’m here to oppose the cabal that has arrogated to itself control of this planet. Most people know very little about them. Many people don’t believe they exist. But I and others do. And our efforts don’t depend on whether the great majority of the population know about the cabal or not.
However, exactly what form my opposition to this cabal would take has not been clear to me. Immediately upon my saying that, others will say, well, there’s no need to oppose anything at all; all is in God’s hands; opposition is dualistic; just love; just accept; etc.
I got it, but it still doesn’t address the fact that, somehow, somewhere, I feel I’m here to draw a line in the sand and say to the forces that would control us as a world, no, you can’t tell us what to do or how to be. We are free. We are meant to flourish. We are meant to share. We are meant to love.
Until this point in time, I’ve always crafted my participation on the basis of arming myself with the very best factual information, the best allies, choosing the most important social issues as an entry point, etc.
But I’ve always wondered how opposing the cabal in these circumstances would look and work.
The cabal is secretive. Its black operations are hard to know about. Would I be given the information I need to oppose them successfully? Will I have access to the resources I need? Will others join me? On and on the questions went and I’ve never had a situation where I might put things to the test.
When the Japanese earthquake happened, and Matthew Ward communicated in his monthly message, and I hope I have this right, that the cabal had engineered all or part of the earthquake by using weather-control technology, I was incensed. And I was in motion almost before I knew it.
Now I respect Matthew Ward’s information above all sources, though on a par with another source called SaLuSa. I got that you may not share my evaluation, but it’s mine nonetheless.
Here was my test case.I had had this fantasy that I would somehow lead or be part of a coordinated social battle against the cabal and this was my opportunity to find out how it would work.
Well, I couldn’t even make the preliminaries work. It took no more than a day to see that my notion of opposing the cabal in an organized fashion was a total pipe-dream. Like the Libyan rebels who couldn’t organize themselves to mount a coordinated attack against Gaddafi, nothing of what I planned in any way met the situation at all realistically and it took almost no time to see how unrealistic I was.
Thank heavens no one depended on me. All was over before it began. I needed only this test case to show me I was not suited to what I had been considering and none of my arrangements would work.
I have no desire to make myself or anyone else look good or bad or spin the situation self-servingly, I relinquished the whole basis on which I had been viewing my opposition to the cabal. I saw I needed to reboot my entire view of the situation.
I needed to reframe my efforts on the basis of what I myself can do, what information I have within myself, what issues need no explanation. Notions of conventional opposition, social organization and coordination, the seeking of timely information, etc., are totally beyond me and probably not possible anyways in the circumstances. I will not be fighting a socially-coordinated battle.
Issues of emergence, empowered sovereignty, individual action, universal principles are all swirling around in my mind, not having resolved themselves in me but gelling. I don’t entirely see where I’m going but a direction is emerging nonetheless.
What I saw was that to fulfill my felt mission of wanting and needing to draw a line in the sand and oppose this planet’s controllers, I needed to base my effort, its factual foundation, and everything else, on things that are readily available to me, accessible to me, verifiable by me, here and now. I have to give up ideas of social organization and coordination and make everything ultimately and totally portable and individual.
I need to base my opposition on universal principles, universal laws, personal knowledge, and personal choices, and not on any external sources, whether near or far, in this dimension or any other. I need it to rely only on me and only on the me that is here now.
I need to base it on the fact that exploiting people is wrong – in any time and place. On the fact that denying freedom to people, as long as they not harm another, is wrong – in any time and place. Harming people is wrong, denying people the help they need, if it is available, is wrong. I need to stand on the universal – on universal good and universal right.
I need to base it on what is plain for everyone to see, on what everyone wants from life and what it’s universally justifiable that everyone have or have the right to have.
I need it to be so plain that no research, no outside opinion or help is needed, no show and tell or anything greater or outside of myself is required.
I can’t say that I have taken the matter much farther down the road than that. I now enter a time, short or long, in which I recast everything I’ve been involved with up till now. I restate my personal intention to stop control of this planet by the few over the many, by whatever route is open to me as an individual, without relying on any external source. I stand on the universal, but base my action entirely on the personal.
I think the activists of the Sixties had a phrase for it: Think globally, act locally. I would say: Think universally, act personally. The vague notion is forming in my mind that what is most important is my setting my face against certain situations that prevail in the world, absolutely and unequivocally. And that’s as far as I can take it at the moment.
I know that at some point victory will be won and I’ll need to shift gears. What I’m embarked on is not a lifelong project. When victory is won, and I’m convinced it will be, it’ll be time to drop my resolution, relax and return to loving life and enjoying what God has given me and all of us.
I’m no longer concerned about technical, esoteric, or specialized knowledge, allies, tools, or weaponry. I am only concerned with how I see the matter, the matter itself being universally and abundantly clear, and what I intend to say and do about it myself. I tell myself the next step will become clear to me but that that next step will depend on no one else but me.
I am an empowered sovereign individual, standing on the universal, acting personally.