If you’ve read my newest book, I Am Human & We Are Not Who We Think We Are, you should be familiar with my suggestion that humanity may hold a role in the web of life very different from what we are traditionally led to believe. I suggest an alternative perspective to encourage readers to question this possibility through the use of my own personal experiences and perceptions as a starting point. In the second book, Food For the Archons, (due to release in the spring of 2016), I explain this in much greater detail with more evidence and testimony.
Much like a plant absorbs UV rays from the sun to gain nourishment, I Am Human suggests that the human energetic output serves as a similar source of nourishment for an unseen parasite that feeds off of us. More specifically, the energetic frequency of negative human emotions, specifically sadness and fear, are the desired output of this parasite and people are therefore manipulated to encounter challenging situations that will produce such results. For those who are skeptical, a few google searches into known parasites will reveal a list of creatures capable of manipulating the actions of their hosts that ultimately causes the host to take actions that lead directly to its own death. What makes us any different?
As I am watching the footage of the earthquake, aftershocks, and avalanches that recently hit Nepal, I have noticed a common theme in not just the actual events, but the presentation of those events around the world. The raw footage taken by people on the ground presents a horrific scene of a blinding terror and a deep sadness. The subsequent media coverage then seems to focus on these specific elements, being sure to continually update and highlight the death toll. Millions of people around the world are drawn into this destruction through the media, and are therefore sharing in the sadness for the people of Nepal, hence magnifying the energetic-emotional output connected to this event – aka lots of food for parasites.
We live in a world where the potential for a better way is possible, yet denied and ignored. Tons of uneaten food is thrown out every-single-day, yet children suffer and die from starvation around the world. The environment is constantly under attack and being systematically destroyed, yet the technology exists to minimize our footprint and allow us to live in balance and harmony within our environments.
We Can Prevent So Much Suffering!
In regards to such a powerful earthquake that has, to date, claimed the lives of over 3,000 people, I can’t help but to think about the Monolithic Dome houses – which are designed to withstand the strongest tornadoes, hurricanes, fire, and earthquakes, are extremely energy efficient, and cost about the same to build as a traditional home of equal size. The technology exists to build such homes, yet for a variety of reasons this design gains little attention and comes with a lot of red tape to people interested in building one. When looking at all of the obvious poor choices by society that lead to the unnecessary suffering of millions of people, I can’t help but to wonder if the human mind has been hijacked by a parasite that propels us into a situation that will produce suffering for us and nourishment for them.
When I see so many dead due to the collapsing of structures onto their occupants, I envision the story that would be told if a country or community had invested in building Monolithic Domes. I imagine people in the streets celebrating life and laughing about the shaking while they sat safely in their homes. I envision a death toll of zero, and a much smaller financial burden to repair the cracks that manifested in roadways as opposed to the cost of rebuilding an entire city. The media coverage would be about the joy of surviving a scary event, free from the sadness that currently plagues our airways instead of the fear-based reporting we are accustomed to.
We have the technology to minimize damage and loss in such tragic events, yet we continually fail to utilize it. Our failure to implement such technology eventually results in more suffering, sadness, and hardship for humanity. We know this, yet we do nothing about it. My question is, why?
It’s time to step out of the chicken coop and into the field of freedom. The choice is yours, but you have to take the first step. You have the power to change the world – what are you going to do with it?
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