But before getting to that, allow me to discuss some of those manipulations.
On the one hand, the entertainment industry presents us with a steady stream of fearful images. We have alien invasion week, followed by mob week, followed by apocalypse week, followed by shark week, followed by….
Aliens are either destroying the human population or Mother Earth is shaking them off or sharks are devouring them on their surfboards. What is the world coming to? But isn’t that the point?
We have wives murdering their husbands, the walking dead murdering everyone and sexual predators making children nervous wrecks.
Everywhere today, on our “entertainment” channels, the message is: This is a harsh world and there’s ample reason to be afraid.
Now, to further demonstrate the self-servingness of the “entertainment,” or rather the “entrainment” industry, consider the commercials.
Openly the commercials represent us as a population as enlightened, blissful, positive, related, trusting, agreeable, and ready to enjoy. Which is it? Are we facing ultimate and endless threat or are we participants in a world that out-Disneys Disney?
They make outrageous claims that seldom deliver. Consider the stain remover whose name begins with O. (Don’t want a law suit here.) Dip your grass-stained shirt in O and the stain is removed instantly.
I have used that product intensively, taking a shirt with a stain a lot less troublesome than grass, rubbed and rubbed and rubbed and almost no stain is removed. And it’s the same with so many products and the false claims made for them.
Subliminally (and not so subliminally) these commercials portray us as naieve, gullible, undiscerning, wealthy, and eager to spend. They suggest that all we need to do is buy their products and then our lives will get better. But they seldom do.
So excuse me? Which is it? Is the world a fearful place or a fun palace?
It depends on whether you want the current regime to continue to relieve us of our bucks through nefarious means or you simply want them to take our bucks under false pretenses and be done with it.
Archangel Michael discussed the matter on An Hour with an Angel, but I only want to focus on one part of that discussion – the part that deals with the misrepresentation of the galactics.
He said that the galactics have technology that is so efficient that they can take the fear that is raised to the surface by the aliens-ate-your-mother movies and release or transmute it.
Therefore, even if the movie is alien-aversive, its airing results in the disappearance of fear towards our star brothers and sisters.
Now some will say that that in itself is subversive or manipulative. If our star family was in any way negative or predatory or malevolent, I might say yes. But they’re not.
They’re enlightened beings from higher dimensions invited by the soul of the Earth itself to help all of us with our Ascension.
They are here at our soul-level request, having heard our cries to be saved from the depredations of the cabal. And by the way, they’ve only saved us from a planned World War III, impoverishment, enslavement, pandemics, radioactivity, and mind control, to name a few.
They’re beings who obey the universal laws and follow the Mother’s divine plan for this planet, which is to ascend with as many of us going along with her as is humanly … or superhumanly … possible. While respecting, I might add, our free will to say “no” to any and all of it.
Nothing but our benefit comes from our welcoming our star brothers and sisters, who are here with one purpose in mind: to increase our wellbeing by every means, whether it’s bringing in global abundance or ridding the planet of deadly radiation or introducing technology that will rid us of disease and help us recover from a myriad of pre-existing conditions.
No harm results from our acceptance of their presence and they have no desire to interfere or intention of interfering with our ability to make all decisions for ourselves regarding the wellbeing of us and the planet. In fact the sooner we rise to the occasion and make those decisions for ourselves as a planet to create a world that works, the happier they’ll be.
So you can have Scarface if you want, or Alien I, II, and III, or you can shake-and-bake the planet. And you can have all of us be misrepresented as Happy Consumers pursuing a non-existent American Dream – without a care in the world – or you can have the truth shorn of illusion and infinite benefit thrown into the bargain.
I personally am tired of the misrepresentation on the big and small screen. I want that ultimate benefit, but I want it truly and not denied me through the fearful programming of cabal films or conveyed as an illusory dumbing-down by today’s misleading commercials.
I want the real thing, and that ain’t what I’m getting from TV.