Not long ago I was blazing through my Twitter feed and read something like this: “I would be happy to fight in the streets over the memo.”
The memo, meaning the Nunes memo that appeared and disappeared from mainstream media quickly. The memo that mainstream media passed off as no big deal, and a whole lot of other media and people read as clear evidence of treason.
And it’s not an exact quote, mind you, but the message and sentiment was clear to me:
- This person is willing to stand up for their beliefs – yeah!
- This person is also suggesting skirmishes, battles, chaos, and uh oh – the taint of and desire for war.
And to that, all the molecules in my body screamed no, no NO!
I’m going to lead you on a journey into the weird.
If any of this is challenging for you, try to open your heart and mind – just a little bit. I work at keeping mine open. I fail miserably, but you know, I’m only human just like you.
And by all means, if at any point you don’t want to continue this journey, simply move along. I’m OK with that.
This is weird stuff. And I LIKE weird stuff.
So, let’s start with a baseline: I don’t want war.
But with a country portrayed by the mainstream media (MSM) as deeply divided, I often wonder what we can do to avoid an inevitable and violent clash between right and left, republicans and democrats, strict constitutionalists and progressives.
For years I’ve read psychics, channelers, conspiracy theories, and such. It’s been my secret delight to read the stuff that’s ‘way out there.’ And reading it helps me learn how to form my own opinions.
Not that I often voice those opinions, but rather, that I keep them very close.
So here, I’m stripping naked – kind of. At the least I’m letting my freak flag fly a little higher.
Uber Liberal Reads Ultra Conservative Tweets
I’m uber liberal. As in save the Earth, “why can’t we all just stand in a circle holding hands chanting Kumbaya,” hug-a-tree, supporting legalization of all drugs, free access to healthcare, and free access to higher education for all.
I’m THAT progressive, liberal, and whatever the label is these days.
But I’ve learned that it’s a good practice to strive to read voices that are different than mine: it broadens my view, and allows a little light of understanding to shine into my consciousness.
In that spirit, I set out to read conservative voices on Twitter.
I was surprised to find parallels between conservative Tweets and ‘weird-o’ words of psychics, channelers, and conspiracy theories. And we’ll get back to that bit, I promise.
Spirituality, My Short Story
Spirituality also helped me come to the ability to write this challenging post.
I was raised in the United Methodist Church. One year I went to summer church camp and experienced a ‘feeling’ that went beyond anything else. Call it what you want, but -in retrospect- it was a mysterious, mystical occurrence.
It it was loving, kind, all pervasive, and happened in nothing more than the blink of an eye. It changed me. And then life went back to normal.
Over many years I avoided church. I couldn’t explain why, not even to myself, but knew that my answers….
(That’s an important concept. These are my answers, and they probably won’t be the same as your answers. Suffice to say that I was willing to keep questioning every step of the way – and still do to this day.)
…my answers came after participating in sweat lodges, wiccan circles, mystical rituals of powerful energy with no words. I read countless books. I meditated an awful, awful lot. I read online until my eyes dropped out of my head and rolled around on the keyboard.
I was hungry for something that I couldn’t put my finger on. I was for a secret that encompassed nearly anything and everything you could possibly name.
That answer, however, came softly. It was a dawning awareness, a sly smile. And it’s nearly impossible to explain except with words which sound religious.
It’s funny how life loops like that. Time loops. Chaos theory. Refraction. The time continuum is not a straight line, but rather a loopy rope with turns and corners and hills and straightaways made from our own designs and desires coupled with those of all others on Earth at this time.
Time is an illusion. Words are an illusion. Everything is energy.
Like any good new age girl in the 90s, I was looking for spirit guides. Eventually, I found/met what I perceive of as a group of guides.
Now most people tend to report that their guides have names. Some of the guides are from specific planets or they hold important-sounding designations. Just imagine this:
My guide is Rajactastana from the distant planet Blogonsia and he/she is a 9th dimension entity talking to me about love and love and more love.
But not me.
I’d ask for a name or names. There would be a flurry of energy that felt like panic. I imagined iridescent robes flowing as my guides turned to one another.
“She’s asking for a name – what do we tell her?”
That question was followed by passionate debate telepathically in a language made only of light that moves so quickly you and I couldn’t perceive it. I could only tell there was something going on.
And to this day, the only answer I ever get back regarding my desire for names:
Energy is more important than any name we might give you.
Got that? The energy is more important.
Energy – how it FEELS – matters more than what it’s called. No matter what “it” happens to be. It can be a book, a group of ‘guides,’ a person I just met, or a politician. Energy can refer to how an object feels in my hands, or how a certain shirt just ‘calls my name’ in the store.
What Is Energy?
Energy is a hunch. It’s a tickle. It’s feeling and beyond feeling. It’s material instinct, gut instinct, just knowing.
Energy is that which informs you to trust or not trust the person you just met. To know if a situation is safe or not.
You respond to the world constantly because of energy, instincts, plus prior knowledge and experiences.
And in our plastic, love-the-celebrity world, we desperately need new definitions. We need new ways of thinking, feeling, sensing, and relating to one another.
Learning about energy is one step in that direction.
But Back To Conspiracy Theories or “Let’s Talk About Aliens”
Let’s pretend, shall we, that aliens exist.
Actually, we don’t need to pretend, or stretch our imaginations too far: We have plenty of popular culture sci-fi space-themed books and movies and tv shows to help us along. Like Mork, the silly and thoughtful alien created by Robin Williams who checks in with his boss, Orson, on the planet Ork.
Let’s pretend there’s an alien culture that you and I can’t see, but we *might* be able to feel.
These aliens come to Earth centuries ago and, unlike you and me who eat food, these aliens in our imaginations eat energy.
But like junk food junkies consuming massive quantities of Cheetos and Coke, these imaginary aliens prefer – nay crave – strong negative emotions.
If you’re despondent, argumentative, or in pain in any way, they’re giddy with delight.
Imagine these pretend aliens around their alien table, gobbling up mountains of mirth, avalanches of anger, and tippling torture on the side. Yum!
In conspiracy theory land, these negative emotions are called loosh.
Our imaginary aliens crave loosh the way you and I crave double stuff Oreos.
Or maybe that’s just me…
Anyway, imagine the pure delight of our pretend aliens if the human things are contemplating war, or thinking about hurting someone or themselves:
- Snack time!
- Alien Thanksgiving!
- All you can eat!
Perhaps Some Examples Would Help
Still having a hard time picturing aliens eating negativity? Think again. The idea / concept / reality has been around for quite awhile…
Star Trek The Next Generation’s encounter with the entity Nagilum in Where Silence Has No Lease (Season 2 Episode 2.) Nagilum is fascinated by the various ways humans might die.
There’s the classic scene from The Matrix where Neo ‘wakes up’ only to learn that his energy is being harvested:
Carlos Castenada writes about “flyers” that hover in fleeting shadows. This website has a more full transcript and description. Here’s an excerpt from Castenada’s Art of Dreaming novel.
We have a predator that came from the depths of the cosmos, and took over the rule of our lives. Human beings are its prisoners. The predator is our lord and master. It has rendered us docile; helpless. If we want to protest, it suppresses our protest. If we want to act independently, it demands that we don’t do so…If you look out of the corner of your eye, you will still see fleeting shadows jumping all around you…They took over because we are food for them, and they squeeze us mercilessly because we are their sustenance. Just as we rear chickens in chicken coops, gallineros, the predators rear us in human coops, humaneros. Therefore, their food is always available to them.
Naturally there are various war deities who chomp on all matter of ugliness. In fact, that Wikipedia page lists more than 30 nations who have war deities – far too many!
Then there’s this intense and lengthy article from Bernard Guenther that explores the concept of aliens – and a whole lot more.
And if you start digging, you’ll find even more examples.
Perhaps it’s all too much for you. Try this tender Cherokee parable instead. It’s about a white wolf and a black wolf, and which wolf we choose to feed. You might have seen this one making the social media rounds.
Back To Reality (Such That It Is) And Those Parallels
I mentioned seeing parallels between woo-woo conspiracy theories and conservative tweets. Like these:
- a belief that a cabal runs the world
- a belief that the cabal is evil
- a belief that the cabal loves war
- a belief that the cabal loves anything that causes polar opposites – therefore fighting.
- a belief that the cabal will do anything to maintain the opposite viewpoint of peace, love, and understanding.
Deep State Dive
Of course, you could also spend a lot of time digging into deep state, secret space programs, hidden technology like Tesla’s free energy, or the mysterious messages from Q alluding the imminent actions. Naturally, few of the actions are reported by the main stream media because MSM is controlled by our dark overlords.
(Or so the thinking in conspiracy theory land goes, which I’m inclined to agree with.)
If you want more information on any of this stuff, start googling or maybe read this PDF copy of William Cooper’s Behold A Pale Horse. The mysterious Q shared the link not long ago.
Fair warning: I read through the first two chapters and had to stop: there’s so much information that turns our current world upside-down that I could only sip a little from the fire hose. Cognitive dissonance to the max, baby. But it will lead you into the rabbit hole…and you’ll keep going.
Dana Mrkich’s 2018 Energy report talked about how so much is happening so fast:
What we are seeing online now is a mass awakening to all sorts of truths, coming at us from all sorts of angles. What we’re also seeing is an extreme polarization of energies. Divide and conquer is a strategy that keeps us fighting among ourselves. It blinds us to unacceptable situations. Boxing something as a left or right issue keeps half the population from confronting so many things that need to be acknowledged and addressed….
We have people who are awake in one way, but remain asleep in other ways. So it can seem frustrating at times, but the overall volume of awakened energy on this planet has shifted upward in a big way over the last 18 months. Also keep in mind that just because someone holds a different view or perspective regarding something doesn’t mean they are asleep or wrong on that particular issue. They may be highlighting a really important aspect of it that you hadn’t seen before.
All fascinating, but not the point.
There are people and beings in our world who knowingly and willingly seek to keep us fighting forever.
Think about that: never-ending fighting. What a delicious dinner of loosh!
While you’re dealing with your own cognitive dissonance now, here are some tips for mental digestion:
1. Remember the Loosh!
Negativity feeds the demons – your own inner demons and our pretend alien friends. And as an empath who suddenly finds herself feeling extra-cranky for no particular reason, I know that negativity also feeds the negativity inherent in those around you, so your black cloud storm tantrum can spread to others. Remember the loosh, and feed the white wolf of your soul.
2. Come from the Heart
This is natural, and it’s not advertising. This is how we are naturally, with those we love, with babies, with pets. Do your best to come from the heart at all times. When you slip up, take a breathe, try again.
3. Listen More Than You Talk
Practice listening deeply. Listen with your heart and mind wide open. Listen without thinking about what you’ll say next.
4. Talking Council
In groups and meetings where topics of a sensitive nature are being discussed and passions are quickly heating, resolve to use a talking stick. This is a Native American practice of using a literal stick (or other object) to pass from one speaker to the next. It gives each person a chance to speak, and invites each to listen deeply.
A New Way Forward
Ultimately humanity must find a new way forward. We must find a way to communicate that discourages negative or violent action. We must seek a middle way of understanding, empathy, love, and respect.
Our world cannot make this kind of ascension transformation overnight that is not only about returning the US to constitutional rule, but also about a deep, internal spiritual change inside of each and everyone of us.
There will be some ugly parts (there always are.) Let’s hope it doesn’t come to fighting in the streets.
In closing, I doubt I’ll live to see the full result of this transformation. I’m in my mid-50s, and this change will take at least another fifty years. But I am here now at the start of this -whatever it is.
And part of my job as a human is to a hold space in my heart and mind for the future of humanity as a peaceful people.
What other ways can we find new ways forward?