Older is the pleasure in the herd than the pleasure in the ego: and as long as the good conscience is for the herd, the bad conscience only saith: ego. Verily, the crafty ego, the loveless one, that seeketh its advantage in the advantage of many — it is not the origin of the herd, but its ruin.

BUT PRAY TELL ME, MY BROTHERS, IF THE GOAL OF HUMANITY BE STILL LACKING, IS THERE NOT ALSO STILL LACKING - HUMANITY ITSELF?

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"And to this day, [those] who...know the self as I am Brahman [IS-ness], become all this universe. Even the gods [any other dimensional beings] cannot prevent his becoming this, for he has become their Self. ...if a man worships another deity thinking: He is one and I am another, he does not know. He [who does not know] is like a sacrificial animal to the gods. As many animals serve a man, so does each man serve the gods. Even if one animal is taken away, it causes anguish to the owner; how much more so when many are taken away! Therefore it is not pleasing to the gods that men should know this
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Thursday, April 26, 2012

The Anthropology of Searching for Aliens

by Adam Mann
April 4, 2012 |
from Wired Website

The Allen Telescope Array,
an interferometry project dedicated to SETI and radio astronomy
in Hat Creek, California, at sunset.
Before we can understand an alien civilization, it might be useful to understand our own.

To help in this task, anthropologist Kathryn Denning of York University in Toronto, Canada studies the very human way that scientists, engineers and members of the public think about space exploration and the search for alien life.

From Star Trek to SETI, our modern world is constantly imagining possible futures where we dart around the galaxy engaging with bizarre alien races. Denning points out that when people talk about these futures, they often invoke the past. But they frequently seem to have a poor understanding of history.

For instance, in September at the 100 Year Starship Conference - a symposium created by DARPA for thinking about long-term spaceflight goals - Denning noted that the conference was framed as an extension of old traditions of exploration, for example mentioning Ferdinand Magellan as an exemplary hero who circumnavigated the globe.
Not only did Magellan not circumnavigate the globe (he was dismembered in the Philippines before finishing the task), his mission was not entirely laudable.
“It’s easy to forget that it’s also a story of slavery, war, betrayal, hardship, violence, and death - not just to those who signed up for the journey, but a lot of innocent bystanders,” Denning said during a talk March 30 at the Contact Conference, an annual meeting dedicated to speculation about SETI and space exploration.
The misuse of the past matters when thinking about the future, she added, because it deludes people, giving them a poor understanding of how history actually moves.

Wired spoke to Denning about contact with extraterrestrials, the rhetoric of the Space Age, and what it means to be human in the universe.

Anthropologist Kathryn Denning
studies the very human way that scientists, engineers, and members of the public
think about space exploration and the search for alien life.
 
Wired: What does the field of anthropology bring to thinking about space exploration and SETI?

Kathryn Denning: Anthropologists are good at looking at discourses, and the stories that people tell to structure their lives and their behavior.
So there are anthropologists working on the discourse surrounding interstellar flight. And anthropologists have always worked on the phenomenon of UFO abductions and aliens on Earth and that sort of stuff.

With respect to SETI, one of the main contributions is just grounding all of that speculation about other civilizations in actual physical data. In terms of civilization or civilizations, we only have one example - Earth.

And there’s a lot of data here, which has been very poorly mined so far. If people are drawing generalizations about civilizations elsewhere in the universe that don’t even hold here on Earth, then maybe we should throw them out. 
Wired: What are some instances of wrong ideas about civilization that get invoked in talking about extraterrestrials?

Denning: I think one good example is the variable of L, the lifetime of civilizations, which dominates the Drake equation. [An estimate of the number of intelligent extraterrestrials that could exist in our galaxy.]

The speculation on this has been frankly goofy sometimes. I mean you can make up basically any value of L that you like and justify it in some way. So people say we should try to use Earth’s data to look at it. We should ask what really does cause civilizations to collapse or revert to a lower order of complexity or technological regime.

And, well, we’re still working that one out actually. We have so much work to do and I think that’s important for people to understand that our models of civilization here on Earth are not as solid as popular culture frequently assumes them to be.

Similarly, many people hold outdated ideas regarding scenarios of contact. We have our iconic case studies, such as Columbus landing in the Americas or Cortez and the Aztecs. But most of those have been revamped with additional historical work in even just the last 30 or 40 years.

So when I hear that standard model of Columbus or Cortez, frankly I want to roll my eyes.
For example [Steven] Hawking says - interminably and repeatedly - that when Columbus showed up in the Americas, well, that didn’t turn out very well for the Native Americans. And therefore we should similarly be worried about trying to attract the attention of an alien civilization.

The problem is that it tends to misrepresent Earth’s history. These stories get invoked in models of contact with an alien society, but it’s a biased retelling of Earth’s history and it’s usually not a very good one.

The underlying narrative there is that it went poorly for the Native Americans because they were the inferior civilization. And, by extension, it would go poorly for us because the other party would be the superior civilization. But that simply wasn’t the case for the Native Americans.

One of the reasons I do the work I do is to try and have people get the history a little bit straighter. 
Wired: There is an oft-heard narrative for alien contact: after we find a signal, it would revolutionize everything, and humanity would put aside their differences and come together as one. How do you take that narrative as an anthropologist?

Denning: One way to read that, in the most general sense, is that it’s a narrative that makes us feel better.

One of the things that astronomy and space exploration in the 20th century has done is force us to confront the universe in a way that we never did before. We had to start understanding that, yeah, asteroids impact the earth and can wipe out a vast proportion of life, and our planet is a fragile spaceship Earth.

I think this has given us this sort of kind of cosmic anxiety. And it would make us feel a whole lot better if we had neighbors and they were friendly and they could enlighten us.

One of the things that runs through the whole SETI discussion is our problems with technology. There is an inherent assumption that the equipment needed for communication across interstellar space would necessarily evolve in tandem with weapons of mass destruction.
Therefore any society that survived long enough to make contact with us would have solved their technological problems.

I think that’s a very hopeful take on it. These stories of contact and what it would do for us, they’ve emerged in concert with these anxieties about the universe and questions about our technology.
I think in some way it’s almost like a coping mechanism. 
Wired: In terms of space exploration, you’ve said that it’s like we’re entering a new Space Age. Why do you say that and what does it mean?

Denning: I think the biggest difference from the past is the role of corporations. Obviously nation-states have always used contractors, but they’re now achieving a degree of independence that is unprecedented.

When you have private companies that are planning on flying not just to the moon but also to Mars, that’s new and that’s different. We don’t have the government systems in place to deal with that sort of stuff because the outer space treaty and all our international agreements are geared toward nation states.

There are new legal discourses emerging but nothing moves as fast as private enterprise. It’s been specifically set up to move quickly, so nothing moves as fast as, say, the X prize.
 

Wired: The 1950s/60s Space Age often invoked the rhetoric of colonization or frontierism in thinking about their goals. How do these ideas play out in modern space exploration?

Denning: The ideological stages of colonization are still well underway. As soon as you have technology on another world, that constitutes a de facto claim of some kind.
So, in a way, everyone watching Spirit and Opportunity are watching Mars through these robot’s eyes.

That’s not just an interesting kind of little jaunt; it’s a way of making Mars not only human but also American. When you’re naming features on other worlds after people here, these things constitute claims.

For example, NASA renamed the Mars Pathfinder lander the “Carl Sagan Memorial Station.” Any archeologist or anthropologist will tell you that one of the most effective ways of colonizing territory, at least ideologically, is through your dead. 
Wired: Is there something you’d like to see as the narrative of the new Space Age?

Denning: I’m going to borrow a term here from a scholar named Bill Kramer. He spoke at the 100-Year Starship Conference and he suggested that instead of boldly going, we humbly go.

To me that really encapsulates it.
Instead of getting out there as quickly as possible and using the systems that we used here on Earth, like extracting resources as quickly as possible in order to fuel whatever it is that we’re trying to do.
What if we went instead with a collaborative, conservationist stewardship in mind? What if instead of making messes that we don’t know how to clean up, what if we slowed down a little bit? Because the urgency is manufactured.
I mean, I want to see space continue to be explored. It’s cool, and there’s stuff out there that we would like to know.

It doesn’t have to be the answer to all of our needs. Sure, we can harvest sunlight from solar arrays in orbit around the Earth but that’s going to have its own technological problems and geopolitical implications.

But the main problem with energy and resources here on Earth isn’t always that we don’t have enough: it’s that the distribution is unequal, and simply harvesting more is not going to resolve that. Chances are it’s just going to continue to increase inequity, and that doesn’t work well for anyone.

I think what everybody should be learning is that these immense disparities cause profound instabilities, which you have to continue to have to deal with. So I just don’t see it as the answer.

Space colonization is held up as being the natural next stage in our social evolution. Not only that, it’s an absolute necessity for the survival of the species. But if we are our own existential threat, then how does that follow? Wherever we go, there we are.

So the suggestion that ever increasing technology is the solution to problems that have been created by our technology is barking mad. 
Wired: In some sense, we have a deterministic view of history when it comes to space exploration: We will go from airplanes to spaceships to conquering the galaxy. Where does that narrative come from and what do you see as some of the downsides of it?

Denning: I think it comes from two places. One is a specific version of history that’s quite progressivist and techno-philic. It’s a version of history that says we just increase in our energy consumption, we increase in our complexity and we increase our goodness. It all ratchets up together, and it’s a kind of Singularity argument.

But it’s combined with this fundamentally apocalyptic view that the current order of things will one day be superseded by another. That’s kind of a Judeo-Christian thing. And it’s sort of a funny coincidence that the future is up there [points skyward]. In many popular space narratives, the heavens and Heaven really swap out. It sounds pretty glib but it’s so frequently suggested that it’s hard to dismiss.

The idea is that longevity - immortality, in fact - the future and our destiny are all up there. And there’s simply no logical reason that should be the case. We have no evidence suggesting we can live anywhere for long periods of time other than on this planet. In fact, the evidence is steadily accumulating that’s it’s going to be really hard to do anything else.

We have problems with bone loss and blindness. Plus we have no evidence that we can reproduce safely in space. These are fairly big stumbling blocks and so this vision of a happy shiny future in space, it’s just so mythic. 
Wired: Do you see that as changing, do you think people are coming to understand the problems with the previous narratives?

Denning: I think some are and this is one of the glories of humanity. But we’ll always have a tremendous diversity of opinion.

You’re always going to have these people who think Heaven and the heavens are interchangeable. And they’re going to be looking toward the stars for all kinds of religious or quasi-religious purposes.

Then you’re going to have the extension of the planetary protection mode of thinking. The people who are fundamentally thinking about environmentalism and stewardship and inequity.
And then you’re going to have the people interested in militarization, and so on.

You’re always going to have this diversity of viewpoints, of motivations, and behaviors, and I mean: Welcome to Earth. 
Wired: You write in a paper (Ten Thousand Revolutions - Conjectures About Civilizations) that someone in “the physical sciences might say ‘aha, here you have X which, by analogy, means that you must have Y, which means you have Z.’” On the other hand, “a scholar in the human sciences will often not venture past X.”

Denning: Right, we rarely get as far as Z. Most of the time, anthropology is not working as explicitly with a predictive model, it’s a much more descriptive model. 
Wired: How do you see that difference between the physical and social sciences play out in the SETI discourse?

Denning: I think there’s been a lot of interesting discussion around the question of whether or not decipherment of an extraterrestrial signal would be possible.

Anthropologists tend to assume the answer is, basically, no. Unless you’re in direct contact, it would be very difficult to establish enough common language. Whereas the physicists and mathematicians tend to say, ‘Well all you need is math.’

And then the anthropologists laugh and it goes on. Maybe that tells you more about the various disciplines than about whether or not contact is possible, but that’s an entertaining and interesting problem. 
Wired: What do anthropologists say when they look at the enterprise of SETI? That is, what does it say about us as humans that we are searching for others like ourselves in the universe?

Denning: It’s an interesting question and you can look at it in different ways. In one sense, its just the extension of a long tradition on thinking about what might be out there, which has just gone through a new technological manifestation.

Some people ask me: When did we first start thinking that there might be extraterrestrial life? And my reply is: When did we start thinking that there might not be?
The sky has always been very busy, and the default position has always been that it’s populated. That doesn’t mean anything but that ideological substrate has always been there.

Only 200 years ago, we thought there could be people on the moon.
Then, we got a good look at the moon and saw, well there’s no Lunarians there. And then there were the Martians - Lowell and all that - and it wasn’t very long ago, less than 100 years ago. As our range of vision keeps on moving outwards, the aliens keep on moving outwards too. And that’s one way you can look at SETI; it’s the logical trajectory of an idea that’s always been around. And, of course, you can look at it within a religious framework.
Our 20th century western culture includes Christianity and beings populating the Heavens. But anthropologically speaking, SETI also could be seen as being a reaction to the collapse of traditional religion.

In a universe where you’re no longer expecting God to provide the order, we are forced to ask: where is the order? Where’s the sense to it all and what are we then a part of?

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Hermeneutics expert: Obama will bring "peace" and ET false flag attack followed by an “Armageddon” against good ETs


In an exclusive ExopoliticsTV interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre, hermeneutics expert Peter Kling stated that his scientific analysis of prophetic texts contained in the Old and New Testaments of the Bible indicate that U.S. President Barack Obama has a Biblical destiny, although the destiny may ultimately not be a favorable one for the world population.

Exopolitics and Biblical prophesy
Mr. Kling is author of the book Letters to Earth: You Can Survive Armageddon.

Mr. Kling has developed an Exopolitical interpretation of "Armageddon" as it appears in the Bible.

Mr. Kling says, “Revelation 19:11 is when the real Alien attack and the "War of Armageddon" take place. Armageddon is not the destruction of the Earth, it is the destruction of the "Class 1 Planet" the New World Order and its supporters and the Rebel Aliens who helped establish it.” Mr. Kling says that Armageddon is when ethical extraterrestrial civilizations intercede on Earth to overthrow the New World Order that is supported by unethical ETs.

Book of Revelation 19:11 states: "And I saw the heaven opened; and behold, a white horse, and he that sat thereon called Faithful and True; and in righteous he doth judge and make war."

Hermeneutics and Bible prophesy
Hermeneutics is defined as “the study of interpretation theory, and can be either the art of interpretation, or the theory and practice of interpretation. Traditional hermeneutics—which includes Biblical hermeneutics—refers to the study of the interpretation of written texts, especially texts in the areas of literature, religion and law.”

Hermeneutics in regard to "Bible prophecy or biblical prophecy is the prediction of future events based on the action, function, or faculty of a prophet. Such passages are widely distributed throughout the Bible, but those most often cited are from Ezekiel, Daniel, Matthew 24, Matthew 25, and Revelation. Believers in biblical prophecy engage in exegesis and hermeneutics of scriptures which they believe contain descriptions of global politics, natural disasters, the future of the nation of Israel, the coming of a Messiah and a Messianic Kingdom, and the ultimate destiny of humankind."

Hermeneutics and Sir Isaac Newton
Peter Kling, referred to by some as "the Einstein of Biblical prophecy" considers himself a hermeneutics scholar from the hermeneutic school of Sir Isaac Newton

Scientist Sir Isaac Newton, a President of the Royal Society, is considered one of the foremost practitioners of Bible prophecy hermeneutics. "Newton was a strong believer in prophetic interpretation of the Bible and considered himself to be one of a select group of individuals who were specially chosen by God for the task of understanding Biblical scripture. Unlike a prophet in the classical sense of the word, Newton relied upon existing Scripture to prophesy for him, believing his interpretations would set the record straight in the face of what he considered to be, "so little understood". Though he would never write a cohesive body of work on Prophecy, Newton's beliefs would lead him to write several treatises on the subject, including an unpublished guide for prophetic interpretation entitled, Rules for interpreting the words & language in Scripture. In this manuscript he details the necessary requirements for what he considered to be the proper interpretation of the Bible. In his posthumously-published Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel, and the Apocalypse of St. John, Newton expressed his belief that Bible prophecy would not be understood 'until the time of the end', and that even then 'none of the wicked shall understand'. Referring to that as a future time ('the last age, the age of opening these things, be now approaching'), Newton also anticipated 'the general preaching of the Gospel be approaching' and 'the Gospel must first be preached in all nations before the great tribulation, and end of the world'".

Watch exclusive ExopoliticsTV interview with Peter Kling
Readers can watch the exclusive ExopoliticsTV interview with Peter Kling embedded in the article above or at the following URL:

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Obama, New World Order and hermeneutics
Hermeneutics can be considered as a script for rolling out the New World Order and the One World Government.

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Saturday, April 7, 2012

ETs/EDs Provide Evidence of Reptoid Mother Ships’ Fiery End!


ETs/EDs Point Out Proof Is There On Video!


Stargate cracks open after two thermonuclear detonations! 
Image Credit: NASA via AP (Fair Use)

This video, say the ETs/EDs, shows not only the immolation of five Reptoid invasion ships, but some peculiar solar phenomenology as well, phenomenology wholly consistent with reported detonations by the ETs/EDs of two recaptured Pakistani 550 kiloton thermonuclear bombs. Watch closely, particularly the pronounced dual spike (NASA pic & vid) and the two separate explosions. Then, watch for several black spheres appearing momentarily, only to vanish, consumed by the nuclear-enhanced X 5.4 class solar flare. This, the ETs/EDs say, shows events unfolded exactly as described.

Destruction of the Reptoid Mother Ships!
 
ETs/EDs Say Reptoid Mother Ships Devastating Just By Being Close To Earth


With Earth barely held together by the ETs/EDs‘ force fields, the arrival of the Reptoid ships, each ~1/4 the size of the Moon, at ~1/2 the distance from here to our Moon, would’ve, per the ETs/EDs, put unbearable strain on the planet, unleashing full scale tectonic & volcanic upheaval, killing pretty much everyone, the ETs/EDs say. After that, stability could be restored by simply backing away the Reptoid mother ships so their gravitational influence would diminish. This is the fate from which the ETs/EDs’ clever ambush maneuver potentially saved us. Further, the ETs/EDs indicate fighting this force would’ve taken somewhere between 1/4 to 1/3+ of the ETs/EDs’ entire Liberation Force to deal with the threat, with obvious impact on operations here, where resources are already strained.

ETs/EDs, The Bermuda Triangle & Oil Drilling–The Hidden Connections

Stargate discussions with the ETs/EDs turned up a whole new angle on the notorious Bermuda Triangle. Oil drilling in the region, per the ETs/EDs, has created so much seismic instability that it’s causing the stargate’s seal to crack, resulting in even more extensive anomalies there. The more drilling, say the ETs/EDs, the more “unexplainable” weirdness will ensue there. Meanwhile, the famous Flight 19 of TBM Avengers rests partially on the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean “near the Azores” with the rest “somewhere in space,” according to the ETs/EDs.

ETs/EDs Multiply Confirm NASA Vid Shows Fully Open Stargate!

Newly obtained NASA video, which as been analyzed by the ETs/EDs, confirms several claims made above.
1. The Sun, Sol, IS a stargate, seen in the vid, in several frequencies, as an isosceles triangle, with its base at the bottom and apex at the top. 
2. The ETs/EDs report that ~50 seconds in, one of the Liberation Force science ships can be seen detaching from the Sun, following solar upgrades! Yes, you read that correctly. 
3. Per the ETs/EDs, their Liberation Force scientists are assisting in transitioning Sol from a white star to a blue star, which it will be in its higher density. 
4. Compare the Mayan glyph here with the stargate triangle on Sol reported by the ETs/EDs. Note particularly, say the ETs/EDs, the craft emerging from that isosceles shaped stargate and that the craft fits the classic UFO descriptions perfectly. 
5. In case any doubts remain about the ETs/EDs’ claims, please see this close-up, where you can see the craft and the ET/ED occupant.

Thursday, April 5, 2012

NASA Mystified By Enormous Energy Field

by Zen Gardner

The revelations of our energetic Universe keep on coming from many sources, including NASA’s new satellites, and it’s quite remarkable.

The observable Universe is something mankind has read as a language since the beginning. The unobservable worlds have always been the realm of philosophers, religious expressions and the esoteric sciences.

Are they coming together via modern technology, as we approach the Singularity as some call it, as a manifestation of some sort of consciousness shift?

I think so.

The video below was sent to me by a dear friend at Philosophers Stone in confirmation of my last post on this subject. It so blew my mind I wanted to get it out there as a sequel of sorts and to reinforce the above.

Scientists In Awe

More information being collected by higher and higher technology is making some seriously profound discoveries.

NASA’s Fermi Gamma-Ray Telescope is finding hundreds of new objects at the very edge of the electromagnetic spectrum. Many of them have one thing in common: Astronomers have no idea what they are. – NASA comment on the video

The beauty of this is the scientific community’s own sense of awe as they’re no doubt realizing the old way of viewing the Universe has got to change. And, that we have a lot to learn about our energetic source.

That’s a good thing.

Let’s hope it stays refreshing and not the canned suppression of information we’re used to.

In Their Own Words

The statements in this recent NASA video I find refreshing. While again it’s a carefully produced item for public consumption from a tightly controlled operation, when you realize what they are talking about and trying to describe is fundamentally the creative, energetic workings of our amazing Universe that can only lead to more Truth, that’s cool!

Especially in light of the vibrational change we’re going through.

“Fermi is picking up crazy-energetic photons” says Dave Thompson, an astrophysicist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. “And it’s detecting so many of them we’ve been able to produce the first all-sky map of the very-high energy Universe.”

The gamma rays Fermi detects are billions of times more energetic than visible light. He goes on to say that science only knew of 4 sources of gamma rays before, and now they’ve found over 600 news ones…a third of which they have no idea what they are! That’s huge!


Massive Fermi bubbles at the center of the Milky Way…never before detected. 

New Structures Discovered

Some of these gamma-ray photon emitting sources are known. Super massive black holes called Blazars, “the seething remnants of supernova explosions”, and rapidly rotating neutron stars called pulsars, so they say.

And some come from the giant structures emanating from the Milky Way’s center called “Fermi bubbles”. These are amazing. Sci-fi can’t hold a candle to reality. They span some 20,000 light years above and below the galactic plane. You want big and powerful? And what are they?

No one in the mainstream seems to know. Or is at liberty to tell us.

Gamma Rays – Heralds of Great Energy

This is another scientific post that says some powerful things about gamma rays.

Gamma rays are by their very nature heralds of great energy and violence. They are a super-energetic form of light produced by sources such as black holes and massive exploding stars. Gamma-rays are so energetic that ordinary lenses and mirrors do not work. As a result, gamma-ray telescopes can’t always get a sharp enough focus to determine exactly where the sources are.

For two thirds of the new catalog’s sources the Fermi scientists can, with at least reasonable certainty, locate a known gamma ray-producing object*, such as a pulsar or Blazar, in the vicinity the gamma-rays are coming from. But the remaining third – the “mystery sources” — have the researchers stumped, at least for now. And they are the most tantalizing.


Nearly 600 sources in the latest Fermi catalog are unidentified.

“Some of the mystery sources could be clouds of dark matter – something that’s never been seen before,” speculates Thompson.

About 85% of the gravitational mass of the universe is dark matter. The stuff we see makes up the rest. Dark matter is something that pulls on things with the force of its gravity but can’t be detected in any other way. It doesn’t shine – doesn’t emit or scatter light – hence the adjective “dark.” Source

It’s All About Conscious Awakening

All of humanity is being presented with this energetic shift to either embrace willingly or vainly try to resist. The more discoveries like these, and the growing revelations in other areas regarding our true origins, the manipulation of humanity, the shift from ideology and hiearchy, the inter-connectivity of consciousness etc., the better.

But scientific validation always goes over big with left-brain reinforced humans. So I’m all for using everything we’ve got.

We’re all in this together so let’s all help each other wake up any way we can!

The truth vibrations, the cosmic awakening, whatever you want to call it, the energy is being dialed up in more ways than we can imagine and it’s wonderful!

My advice is to live a conscious life. Respond to these new prompts you’re getting and revel in your new found sense of conscious freedom. Look for it everywhere you turn and follow its lead.

Amazing things await each and every one of us but you will need to make some changes and let go of the old, however you’re led. And another good thing? As we each unplug from the matrix, the current oppressive structure will just naturally fall.

Each of us is the new world we seek. Just be it.

Much love,
Zen
www.zengardner.com

(David Icke has been talking about what he has called the 'Truth Vibrations' for two decades - an energetic (information) change that he said would waken humanity from its hypnotic slumber and reveal all that has been hidden from us - especially the global Control System.

David has also said that the electromagnetic spectrum and the speed of light are basically a fake reality, or Matrix, technologically-generated to enslave humanity in a false sense of self, the 'world' and reality in general.

David says that the speed of light is not the fastest speed possible, as Einstein suggested and science continues to believe. It is the outer frequency range of the fake reality and 'true' reality exists beyond its vibrational walls. Those walls are now being breached by David's 'Truth Vibrations'.

He says that the supposed 'laws of physics' are the laws of the Matrix energy fields, not the greater reality beyond its vibrational prison bars.)