One of our readers was sensitive as far back as the day of 9/11 to what was really going on. (I was hopelessly asleep.) I asked her if I could post her account of her reactions to the events of that day.
In the lead-up to the invasion of Iraq, I got in the habit of watching CNN as I got ready for work in the morning. For that reason, I saw the hit to the 1st tower in close to real time broadcasting [that is, soon after it struck the Tower] & the 2nd tower’s hit was connecting with my brain virtually as it was happening.
It was the most unfathomable thing I’d ever seen. Those images were seared into my memory, and are as vivid today as they were then. The first words out of my mouth were: ”I wonder if (#*!!) Bush is crazy enough to kill his own people to get into Iraq?” Dead straight; that was my first thought.
It was apparent that people were jumping from both buildings and my thoughts turned to sending love and light to the dead, the dying and their families. When I took my usual commuter bus, I was one of very few aboard who knew what had happened. No-one in my workplace knew either, so we found a radio and listened to the unfolding travesty.
We were all shaken and my suggestion that we walk to a nearby cathedral at lunchtime was taken, and ten of us spent those minutes quietly absorbed in reflection.
Later that week, my husband and I met at my mother’s apartment in Victoria, B.C., and talked for many hours about the vulnerabilities of living on Vancouver Island & where in Canada we would feel safe living. That discussion is also etched indelibly in my memory. Seeds were planted.
Two years later, we unexpectedly sold our home in Sidney, BC & have spent the past six years in central rural Alberta. While we’ve felt safe here & have learned a much higher level of self-sufficiency, that sense of safety and security is no substitute for the love of family and friends, so we intend to return to Vancouver Island.
When we relocated to AB [Alberta], I was able to buy a computer & have high-speed access, and the very first topic I used my personal library of the universe to research was 9/ 11.
Today, hundreds and hundreds of research hours later, I am an educated and resolute truther. I utterly reject the official version of events. I despair that my/our truther version of this terrible deception will ever be common or mainstream knowledge.
It defies history that the dark hats’ identities & roles in this crime against humanity will be addressed in a world court setting. And yet, as one lightworker of many, I have given my love, light and energy for ten years to all the players in this ghastly drama and will continue to do so.
I have been an avid reader of this site since the beginning, and a practicing metaphysician for 35 years. I find my present truth & vision in the key channelers you post and within myself, as I am the way and the truth and the light.
Namaste, Steve, and thank you for this timely site. Your hard work is appreciated.
Awake in Alberta