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Sunday, August 30, 2015

Your Mind & The War Machine

Remembrance day, having recently passed, represents a personal birthday or commemoration of sorts. I say this because November 11th is the one day of the year which best represents my personal fight against mind programming and the many varied machinations of global elite control. Face it or not, there is a war waged every day, the winner controls our mind; quite possibly we are loosing, we must accept that we are programmed by our elite masters! If we value the capacity to think for ourselves; we have no choice but to learn the enemies technique, combat their efforts, fight back, override their evil schemes, this way we may just have a chance to create our own reality!

The elite masters want us to partake in their annual communion of souls; they suggest we offer bent heads in cerebral reflection. Social decorum demands we ride the emotional tide of appreciation, all the while, expecting us to sprinkle upon the occasion slight dashes of celebratory pride. Thoughts, feelings and emotions, infiltrate our collective insanity, compelling most of the population to dance to the Piper's tune. Somber and righteous we are as we obediently and unwittingly march to their unwavering lead. United, we tacitly embrace the savagery of might is right. Have you ever stopped to think; what are the origins of this holiday? Fields red with poppies signifying blood spilled on storied battlefields, how this clever metaphor is used to breathe eternal life into the act of stately bloodletting. What is the end game of our elite masters? Are we puppets to a sinister agenda which, by its very nature, must divide and conquer humanity?

Most of my life, I thoughtlessly marched in ritualistic celebration. My convictions of gratitude were very deeply rooted in my psyche, essentially, the system had done a great job of thinking for me. Programmed by, education, peers, church, family, and media, I found only one point of view prevails; fathers and sons, mothers and daughters, all stand proudly to pay homage to the ideology of war being courageous, just, honourable and worthy of national pride. Conversing with family and friends; if we find ourselves speaking to the present, or historic, reputation of those in military service; we are all socially compelled to honour the patriot, nothing less than complete respect is tolerated. Moving away from this thought structure is difficult, but, with a little effort, a new path toward sanity awaits the inquisitive mind. Now, some ten or so years after I began separating myself from social mind programming, I see the delicately twisted nature of their scheme and can't help but wonder how I never questioned the substance of many misguided convictions created to dominate my sense of reason. Those of you on the same path toward sanity can appreciate how difficult it is to hide from the constant stimulate/control/reward messages which guides the way we act, react, and process information. Each year, I identify new control structures, new aspects of seemingly benign social programming, all the while, I become more aware of how Big Brother manipulates my mind. Unfortunately, as the years of fighting the real war meld into each other, I find myself further distanced from the social peer structure who scoff at the idea of fascist conspiracy. My fight is your fight, whether or not you participate in my celebration is irrelevant, one day you will come around, one day you will be a patriot of true justice. This short essay inspires the warrior in me. Knowing my celebration of freedom dovetails with their celebration of savagery further inspires me take exceptional pleasure in holding sacred the November 11th date. Let us demand change, let us take control of our minds. We must learn to delve into the rationality behind the thoughts, feelings and emotions we experience. We are at war! Within each of us there is a fire burning for justice, an insatiable demand for honour. We can discover sanity, it has many names, love, peace and unity to suggest a few. One person at a time, humanity will regain control of it's destiny. These words represent a small ripple in a big ocean, BUT, they are mine, they are not mindless regurgitated programming unsubstantiated by the rigors of rationality.      

Recently, I had the pleasure, of reading one of my friends blog posts which fashionably, and in a timely manner, extolled the virtues of supporting American war veterans. Each and every year my dear friend Ron faithfully weighs in with a similar post. Always, as I read such views, I find myself experiencing echoes of my own past support, reverberations of what I now see as contrived insanity. This year, on five or six occasions, I went back to his post with the intention of leaving him thanks and appreciation for his valuable point of view. For whatever reason; I could not find it in my heart to participate in his celebratory post this year. Usually; I find stimulation from contrasting belief structures. Alternate points of view are valuable, they encourage me to move beyond personal perspectives, they also cause me to dig deeper into my philosophic positions so that I may discover my weaknesses or bolster my assertions. When confronted with philosophic opposition, I believe myself adept at finding common ground. Leaving post comments; I look for only good things to say, if nothing comes to mind, I limit my response to well wishes. Relative to the topic of war veterans; this year, I guess the void between my own beliefs and that of the general public seem too vast to comfortably accommodate. Understanding Ron's position is easy, especially since I held the same views most my life. With that said; I felt strangely compelled to speak my mind. However desirous I was to respond; I was reticent to openly convey my feelings on his site as it may offend some of his friends or followers who possibly are suffering the pain of losing a loved one to active duty. We share our thoughts so that we may expand our horizons, thank you Ron for being a good friend. I know many of you will disagree with my sentiments, as may Ron, however please know I only seek to mutually expand our philosophical horizons.

Contrary to popular belief; war is not a function of human nature. War is a deliberate construct, established, and promulgated, by corporate elite global masters whose intent is to divide and conquer the masses by exerting control over global governance. War serves many of the elite's end games; possibly none more devastating than the ability for corporate miscreants to effect their agenda of creating permanent inroads into fiscal, social, statutory and regulatory control over government. Debt is debt, and we all know war is not cheap. Their are countless historic records which unequivocally prove that the vast majority of documented wars have been initiated by global banking cabals which are run by the wealthiest of elite families. The Rothschild legacy of warmongering and government manipulation is one great place to start your research into how wars begin, who gains and most importantly, how the very fabric of society is changed. False flag operations like 911 are constantly being orchestrated by corporate puppet masters as they push and pull the strings of humanity, all the while, sacrificing our sons and daughter to their evil machinations. Citing a current example, take the time to investigate what happened after 911; over 1.5 million souls were slaughtered in Afghanistan and Iraq. America ramped up it's military machine to a cost of over 1 trillion per year. American debt, sitting at over 17 trillion dollars, (Check out this short video the American debt in 100 dollar bills http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTBODoBaCns  ) has all but destroyed the fiscal future of the next American generation. No one could argue that American war mongering isn't destroying the social and fiscal fabric of their society. They have programmed the populous to believe their war efforts are all about securing freedom and preservation of the American way of life, when in reality, just a little investigation proves the opposite is true. Look at the ramifications of the Homeland Security initiatives. Are Americans more free, or, are their liberties quickly being subverted? Do you see how homeland security protocols are quickly dismantling the constitution of America? Going farther into archived wars; take a close look at WWI and WWII, discover how those wars started, who financed the war efforts, most importantly, who gained from the slaughter of millions? Fathers and mothers can create an environment of truth, integrity and knowledge for their children, or, they can allow themselves, and their children, to be programmed by external sources who certainly have a stake in promulgating the illusion of free, unfettered, government acting in the capacity of their best interests. We all say we want to experience a world of love, peace and prosperity for all, however, few of us are prepared to initiate the necessary investigatory work to break free from being an active participant in the decline of the human expression. How can we believe the governments of the world have our best interest at heart when almost one third of the world population live in poverty and one seventh of the global population will starve to death? Do not take my word for how corporations use war to manipulate governments; research the subject for yourself, draw your own conclusions, it is easy, there are a plethora of documents, books, interviews and quotes.
 
The system wants you to believe our behaviour is a function of expected human expression. They want you to buy into the theory advocating only the strongest are meant to survive. They hope that you accept their belief structure suggesting war is a necessary response to variances in the human condition. Trillions have been spent to convince you your freedom is in jeopardy, you are at war with unseen combatants, peril lies around the next corner. Deep down you know they are lying. If somehow you are convinced violence is a natural part of the human expression; take a close look at communities untainted by mass media, or small children not yet sullied by the many elements of mind programming. Take a very close look at the family experience, how do we relate to our nuclear and extended family members? When observing these aforementioned groups we discover the true nature of human behaviour is love, sharing, support, and a keen concern for the well being of all. Like all creatures on the planet; we are social, we fare better when we choose to cooperate as a cohesive unit. Look also at disasters; wherever you are in the world, you will discover that disaster unites communities. Investigate the global response to catastrophe, we all pull together, we are all prepared to assist those we do not even know. This latest Philippine tragedy is a good example; all over the world, average strangers like you and I are giving money to assist in rebuilding the lives and communities of those affected on the other side of the world. Humans are the only species on the planet that consciously deviates from the spirit of cooperative cohabitation, however, you will note that we only loose sight of our true bearings when we have been mentally programmed to do so. Our base tendency is to love and express unity, however; we have been systematically trained to separate our interests in lieu of competition, division of interests, and segregation of affiliations. Competition can be a good thing for species development, but, as it is made to manifest in humanity, we see it obviously represents a significant detriment to the well being of the collective. We know divisiveness is not a function of the natural human experience, investigation proves we promote separation merely because we have not cared enough to define the source of our cancerous behaviour. Having written extensively on how competition is used to destroy community, family and individual development, I will not delve into this topic. Suffice it to say that a little investigation will point you in the direction of truth, which, as you will inevitably discover, strikingly contrasts the global elite propaganda.


Presently; the American government, as excited by their corporate masters, have paved the way for eternal war. The global war on terror reeks of Orwellian Big Brother format, yet we seem incapable of pin pointing an enemy so we call them Al Qaeda. Have you ever wondered why no one seemed to care when the press openly exposed to the public how America, and the Western world, are working closely with Al Qaeda elements to bring down the Syrian government. Hey, hold on a moment, didn't they tell us Al Qaeda is the consummate enemy of democracy? We are so programmed by media that no on raised the red flag. Why? Simply put; the media said it was a relationship good for the cause, so hey, who cares, as long as society agrees that war is required, the puppet masters will surely continue to exploit our weakness. Just like Big brother, one minute they are sworn enemies of the republic, the very next minute they are bonafide allies. Don't question the rationality of their statements, just cheer or sneer as you are told and the government will take care of the rest. Day by day, we watch our society rot from the inside, the smell is unbearable, yet somehow they convince us everything is a - okay. Buy that new car, don't miss the next playoff match, and keep abreast of what the hottest stars are up to, nothing else really matters, they will take good care of us, right?

Looking to the future, only a fool could hope for peace, we are, and always will be, enslaved to the mind programming of our elite masters. There is only one cure to this insanity, one way we can destroy the growing cancer, we must educate ourselves, investigate our world and always question our convictions. Ron, my dear brother, I love you, and believe you are truly a unique, caring, and wonderful man, but, when it comes to supporting the troops, their wars, and the won ton slaughter of millions, I will never find a way to come to terms with your stated views. Sure there are many soldiers who truly believe in their sacrifice, many who have dedicated their life to supporting their fellow man, and many who have paid the ultimate price for their convictions. These men and women do not require our support, they require our guidance. Those who have the best of intentions often pay the heftiest toll, truly this is a shame, however, I ask you this one question. If they knew the truth of war, the evil machinations of the machine, do you believe they would still sign up to lay down their lives?
Ignorance is not a remedy for good intentions gone awry, it is a tragedy. The countless lives laid down in the name of freedom and justice are never well spent, especially if the assumed peril has no basis in reality. Humanity will never be in a position to affect a new coarse of action if we fail to lift ourselves, and our brethren, above the deceitful programming of the elite cabal. You have homework to do my brother, this is not an accusation, it is a very kind request based in love.

In Lak' ech, dearest brethren, this is not the end.... it is the beginning... we are not beat.... we have just started our climb toward sanity.... reach for love... all else is illusion...                                        

15 comments:

  1. Awesome post brother Christopher. I agree with so much of what you say here. I'll be back with some comments later. Take care my friend.

    Ian

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    1. Namaste brother Ian, thank you for taking the time to visit. I look forward to your extended comments, have a fantastic week.

      In Lak' ech, brother, porsper with live.... seek knowledge...

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  2. Like you Chris, I do not participate in or condone Remembrance Day, and for similar reasons.

    I don't know exactly how it is in North America, but here in the UK, if you don't wear a poppy for remembrance day, the implication is that you are unpatriotic and have no respect for those who give their lives to defend our freedoms.

    But I - and many others - refuse to participate, because our country is still waging illegal and unjustifiable warfare in Afghanistan and Iraq and elsewhere, and killing hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians, and we have a continuing track record of such atrocities stretching back into the mists of time. I feel that, rather than simply honouring those who have suffered, we are in fact honouring war itself, as there is no palpable anti-war sentiment in the Poppy Day events - rather the implication is that war is a necessary and justifiable evil.

    For me, no evil is ever justified. Our natural state is one of peace and virtue, and the acceptance of warfare - and the very existence of armed forces and weaponry - is something we should condemn.

    Why can we not have a Remembrance Day that is all about remembering our common humanity - the innate virtue and divinity that is at the core of every one of us? A Remembrance Day that inspires us to be peaceful and loving and to never again repeat the vicious mistakes of the past. A Remembrance Day that condemns war, unconditionally. A Remembrance Day where we affirm our commitment to love, understanding, and mutual co-operation, in peaceful harmony.

    I will continue to dream on.

    When we fight fire with fire, we simply intensify the fire. It is only the water of love and understanding that can put out the fire.



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    1. Namaste brother Ian; always a pleasure to enjoy your visit. Thanks for adding your sentiments, they represent the feelings of many of us. I really like your idea of a remembrance day to celebrate our love, unity and compassion.

      Echoing your sentiments a little further; simple solutions based in love need be implemented. Celebrating our love and compassion, education of the masses and, like our brother Ron always reminds us, doing our little bit with one kind loving act a day.

      In Lak' ech, brother Ian, prosper with love... seek justice...

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    2. I agree with your comments Chris (and with your whole post). Education is key, as you say, and it starts with people like speaking our minds. The big changes will come when enough of us have become living embodiments of love and spiritual strength. It is through changing ourselves that we change the world.

      namaste

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    3. Cheers Ian; it always comes down to the one simple ingredient of change from within. The alternate media is chalk full of people demanding change. Funny how the vociferous pundits never seem to grasp the concept of looking within. They all appear lost in the illusions of physicality and separation. Thanks again brother, always a joy to commune with those who are sane.

      In Lak' ech, living beyond illusion... opening the mind....

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  3. An eloquent, incisive and articulate essay! Thank you, Christopher, for soldiering on in the name of love and truth and divine human sovereignty. Blessings, William

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    1. Namaste brother William; nice to have the pleasure of your company. I have been enjoying your recent work, good to have your essays to read. Go well and prosper with love brother, together we all keep the dream of compassion alive.

      In Lak' ech, brother, live with peace... open new doors...

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  4. Hey Christopher I love this post! As usual your words always have me thinking about things and that is something I truly do appreciate. I agree with what you say. I don't "believe" in war or any justification of war. I realize our American Government is trying to take away more and more of our "freedoms" every day. What you say about us being "blind" is also something I believe in. I would like to state that I love the comment from deepian and I would love to see a day of Remembrance Day affirming our commitment to love, understanding, and harmony. What a great thought deepian! As to myself and the reason I salute all Veterans everywhere is simple because these folks are willing to do what they feel is right in the search for peace. Not that this makes them "right" in that belief. In this world of mirages and illusions and the such I just feel it is important for me to express unconditional love to everyone. This of course includes those who have fought wars in the name of civic duty. I do realize my friend that I have much to learn and please don't ever feel like you cannot say anything to me that will hurt my feelings. I admire your work and I am learning from you all the time. I may change my path later on but right now it really seems like this world needs more love even if it is just an illusion. I am more than happy to leave the path of understanding who we really are to those like yourself and Ian who are a lot more educated than I ever will be. And I think your work is of the utmost importance since it will take all of us realizing who we are before we can truly be "free" again. Most of the people I know have no idea who they really are and with me living in the "bible belt' of the U.S. I am kinda like a fish out of water. My own family who go to church every Sunday and pray too a God that I believe doesn't exist. So they think I'm the one who is crazy and you know what? That is okay with me too. Do I wish it was different? Yes, at times I do, but it really doesn't mean a lot either way to me. I am just going to continue following my heart, trying to escape the clutches of the "Powers" that be as much as possible. I suppose you could say I am just treating the illusion of humanity when I talk about love and even when I say thank you to a veteran but right now that's all I can do. As I see it I am a dreamer like deepian says but I refuse to stop. I know I will eventually make that transition into pure spirit but in the meantime I know that I am love. Thanks again for your post and please know I highly value your work, your thoughts, and your friendship!

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  5. Namaste brother Ron; I knew you would take no exception to my post, however, your friends and family who visit your site might have been offended. Understanding your fish out of water syndrome, I always hesitate to open certain doors on your site. Never do I censor my comments for you, rather it is always your followers I hold consideration for.

    The ethos of unconditional love is the most important consideration in my life. Like you; I too desire to express unconditional love. My post is certainly not a condemnation of the troops, nor is it a stab at the elite masters. Every being has a role to fulfill, we all will express a melange of duality both in Egoic and Godself representation. None of us are so pure we walk on water, equally none of us (other than full fledged psychopaths) are so evil that a spark of love cannot be found.

    Each person follows the path of their Dharma, each is the leaf on the river. We are not here to judge anyone, we are not here to try and divine right from wrong, we are here to unite in love.

    The reason that I take exception to supporting Remembrance day as a celebration is that I know if I participate in the event I am tacitly supporting, and giving acceptance, to their schemes. It is not my pleasure to allow them to twist my mentality as they do most of my brethren.

    Many people ask me; if we are God... then why are there so many evil people in the world... This is the real question at the heart of your desire for unconditional love my brother. To answer this question we first must embrace the philosophy that we are all GOD, that no action, thought, or emotion is separate from God. Those unsettling events we consider not Godly are simply expressions from those who have yet to divine their true identity. The deeper one resides in their egoic heart the more likely they are to express the darker side of duality. The nature of the duality of consciousness is as such that all expressions must manifest if we are to experience an existence where we can actively choose our destination, seek our true beingness, and couple with our divinity. In essence my brother, I see the darkness as an integral aspect of the nature of reality, light cannot be discerned in the absence of the dualistic presence of darkness. The gain we get from the experience of darkness is simply the contrast we need which allows us to choose light. When choosing light, we can also choose to understand that we are the entirety, the dark and the light, however, the important consideration is that we see the dark and repel from it because our true bearing has us reach for light.

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  6. Namaste brother Ron, continued.....

    This choice I speak of between ego and Godliness is, I believe, by our very nature a choice to embrace light. The elite masters are dedicated to blur the lines, confuse us and tear us apart from our natural path. This rendering of light to darkness is their position in our dualistic reality, they exist as a function of providing the express choice between their agenda of separation, hate and fear or our agenda of choosing to see that this is not our true nature.



    You can stand against a persons actions, choices and ethics while still affording them unconditional love. The giving of unconditional love is not about agreeing with everyone, most often it is about disagreeing with their philosophy while at the same time understanding why they embrace the darkness more than the light (which is the case with the vast majority of programmed minds.)


    If we accept their game and play along we are showing our family, friends and all who come into our reality that we are in accord with the darkness they submit, that we agree with their philosophy, and this my brother I choose not to express.

    Again, my brother Ron, we can choose to offer understanding, compassion, and love to our troops, however if we agree with their philosophy, moreover, if our actions tacitly define their ethos then we will not be choosing love will we? In truth, our actions will be giving the appearance of choosing to align with the advocated darkness.


    If the ignorance my child bears causes him or her to embrace darkness, my love of them is not diminished, rather, I know that I must intervene with an enhancement of knowledge so that they may see and thereby embrace the reason for choosing light. This very same sentimentality we would naturally offer our children we can choose to offer all our brethren, Isn't it so simple to give unconditional love to all brethren just based on the basic understanding that darkness is predicated and supported by ignorance. Clear away the ignorance and light will always shine. When you strike against the norm, refuse the poppy and actively educate those who fail to see their true nature you are giving them love. You will have chosen to offer them love irrespective of their personal choices and actions and my friend this is the basis for love without condition.

    In Lak' ech, brother Ron, live with knowledge,,, accept all choice as a path toward divinity...

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  7. Hi Christopher Again I am in agreement as to your thoughts on all of us being God all of us are the One that is everything. I am that which is the I Am. I suppose that with my actions in this 3D world I am like the ambulance driver-paramedic which arrives on the scene to try and stop the bleeding ( lack of love in anyone's appearance) while folks such as you and Ian and other souls who have discovered the truth of illusion are like the surgeons who take over from the paramedic and administer true healing to the wounded. Still, if I say I salute the war veterans or any other group that is a servant to the Darkness I feel I am only showing them love. It may not be the correct way and I may indeed be hurting them by going along with the hate filled thoughts of war mongers but still I think they deserve to be able to hear a thank you from those they feel they are protecting. Thanks again for your words of wisdom and most of all for your true friendship.

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  8. Namaste brother, this one point I give you unequivocally.........." but still I think they deserve to be able to hear a thank you from those they feel they are protecting."

    In Lak' ech, brother, prosper with love & truth... point well noted....

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  9. Hey Chris.
    I'm very late to this one - huge apologies! I completely agree with your sentiment. I have turned down work opportunities on the grounds that it would have conflicted with my moral convictions. I also know many enlightened individuals who surprise me when they find tiny excuses to justify the existance of the military.
    I have no such stance. I will not scorn somebody who happens to be in the military, for I approach each individual on the basis of their good character and personal "aura". I will not, however, support the institution of "War". All wars are the engineered manifestation of the elite's global scheming. Those who suffer are the little people on the ground - those who are victims AND those who "fight".
    The solution: give people a better alternative than being affiliated with the military industrial complex in any shape or form. No canonfodder = No war.
    You can't have a war if no one turns up to fight it!
    It may seem trite and simplistic. but I see it in those terms!!
    Keep up the good work and all the best my friend,
    Carl (The 'Guide)

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  10. Namaste brother Carl; always a pleasure to enjoy your visits. Thanks for weighing in on the topic, your views are always a value. Best regards for the holiday season, may you prosper with love in the new year.

    In Lak' ech, prosper with love.... live with unity...

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