So I’m re-examining ideas about the realm we live in that I’d never given much thought to before… things like the heliocentric model, the 1969 moon landing and definitely the whole “climate change” hullabaloo. How I got to that place of inquiry started almost 2 years ago when given some real facts about our monetary system and how it’s a designed system of control. Some of the facts about our “currency” I already knew from my experience in the banking industry. We all knew it was kind of messed up but were under the impression it was an organic thing… not a planned system.
One would think that working in the banking industry you would find everything out about how the monetary system worked. But you would be wrong to think that. You learn how to use your organizations banking system, their technology, and you learn how to do transactions and how to make sales, but you do not learn about the monetary system as a whole and how the bank you work at, or deal with, fits into the whole scheme of things. You certainly don’t learn that all the banking systems in the world, in every country of the world (except for 5 holdout countries) are all connected and ultimately answer to one organization. So it was from research into that which had me stumble upon other “systems” of control.
It’s ironic when people say, and truly believe, that the government is corrupt, but then trust it unquestionably and all the organizations evolved from it. When you examine the corruption of government in one area (finances for example) and you can see with your own eyes how it wastes your tax dollars and lies about what they’re doing with it, but then refuse to believe that it couldn’t possibly be lying to you in other areas (education for example), there is definite cognitive dissonance. Definition of cognitive dissonance: psychological conflict resulting from incongruous beliefs and attitudes held simultaneously.
So then, what are we to trust and what should we not trust? All I can say is to re-open your mind and not toss out of hand anything that seems contrary to what you’ve been told all your life. It’s hard. For 4 generations we’ve been programmed with an entirely different worldview than all the centuries beforehand. Because of the “new technology” being developed in the 1800’s into the 1900’s, people have been more open minded about what is possible for mankind to achieve.
Learning about Nikola Tesla has opened my eyes to a world of discovery I was totally unaware of. Why has 4 whole generations not been taught about him and his inventions in school? We learned all about that shyster Edison but never once read about how he electrocuted family pets to subvert Teslas’ work. Why? The fact that every engine we have today originated from Teslas’ patents was never widely known. Why? Why don’t we have free energy already when he developed it in the late 1800’s? The answers take us right back to the systems of control and how powerful they are in every area of our world.. government, banking, corporations, religion. There are no separate compartments in this world… nature itself shows us that everything is interconnected. Just because you cannot see or make the connections does not mean they don’t exist.
Scientific inquiry is discovering that the great pyramids were most likely electric generating stations as they have all the components deep in their underground rooms that make generating electricity possible. Fascinating theory!! I hope they can prove this.. or perhaps they already have and we just don’t know it yet.
I believe in questioning the status quo. So many incredible inventions have happened because people did so. The fact that we have the mental capacity for curiosity and exploration and discovery is a gift from God that I’m not going to be shamed into not using. When it comes right down to it, who has the right to tell us what we can and cannot think, or examine? Tesla was called crazy. Einstein was called crazy. DaVinci was called crazy. VanGough was called crazy. Many of this worlds greatest minds were called crazy because they just did what they thought they could do and paid no attention to the nay sayers.
It takes a bit of bravery to seriously re-evaluate what you’ve been taught all your life. The brain has a limited capacity to believe beyond its jurisdiction – it doesn’t want to believe anything beyond that. You’ve got to raise your consciousness to a higher level. Isn’t it funny that Jesus talked about that? Matthew 17:20 He replied, “Because you have so little faith. Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.”
In the most basic of senses, we are free to live as we see fit. Work, take care of your family, try to be as self-sufficient as possible and realize that there is a lot you just don’t know and have no control over. But that’s OK. Explore and think about things anyway. Get closer to those you love. Build your community. Help your neighbours. Grow a garden. Have chickens if you can. Simplify your life. Laugh lots.
Toodles for now ~Callie