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If my answers frighten you, then you should cease asking scary questions.
The character 'Jules' from the movie Pulp Fiction (adapted)
The many worlds interpretation of quantum theory solves these paradoxes. In the first example, when you make the fateful call on your grandfather, the past you visit—and change—is not the past of the universe you came from. In your home universe, the grandfather remains alive. The grandfather you murder belongs to the past of a parallel space and time, one in which you will never be born, but one in which you could remain should you so choose.
From the Discover magazine article Physics' Best Kept Secret by Tim Folger and Morgane Le Gall
We've actually resuscitated organisms that have been in the ice for over 50,000 years.
Lonnie Thompson, Ph.D. (paleo-climatologist, Ohio State University) from the H2 program Civilization Lost
Is reviving ancient organisms from ice core samples a good idea? What if his team discovers something that modern man can't handle and it gets out? What is the biosafety level of his lab?
Opinion by Duane Alan Hahn
Why would UFOs scare anybody? Are people still that primitive? Now if you see something that looks like an alligator flying around in the sky that has giant wasp-like wings and a huge scorpion's tail, you might want to run and find shelter.
Duane Alan Hahn [2013y_01m_06d]
The individual is handicapped by coming face-to-face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists.
J. Edgar Hoover
This quote is about communism, but it also applies to any monstrous conspiracy. Most people are handicapped by monstrous conspiracies. They cannot believe that huge conspiracies exist. The fact that J. Edgar Hoover was talking about communism doesn't mean this quote is "debunked." What he said about the individual is true or at least it used to be true before more people started waking up.
Opinion by Duane Alan Hahn
Just look at us. Everything is backwards; everything is upside down. Doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, universities destroy knowledge, governments destroy freedom, the major media destroy information and religions destroy spirituality.
We've all heard of Murphy's Law (anything that can go wrong, will go wrong). There should also be Rube Goldberg's Law (a result is often caused by a complicated chain reaction of seemingly unrelated events). Both of those laws seem to be best buddies and they'll often knock Occam's Razor to the floor and kick its whiny little ass.
Duane Alan Hahn
One way of discrediting an idea is flooding the public with wild speculation and disinformation and obvious cranks.
From the 2012 page of the Cassiopedia Glossary
Willpower, knowledge, spiritual resiliency, mental clarity, and emotional purity are qualities that reduce one's level of susceptibility to being influenced by negative forces.
Positive aliens are those who have transcended the vices and limitations that still challenge us, who have attained the heights of spiritual chivalry and serve Creation in the name of freedom, truth, and love. They value spirituality over physicality, respect the freewill of others, and subtly guide us toward fulfilling our spiritual potential without smothering us into becoming dependent on such guidance.
The positive aliens are very discreet, non-interventionist, yet at the same time omnipresent. Whereas the negative ones are pushy, showy, manipulative, grandiose, and have a swoop-in-and-grab attitude. When negative pretend to be positive, it's always to give some phoney message or get you to do something against your better judgment, trying to extort a choice from you, whereas positive aliens give suggestions and appeal to your inner understanding but don't try to twist your arm with lies and stage illusions.
In revealing themselves to the world, they [positive aliens] are unlikely to be the first ones. Our civilization is unprepared for contact and they would be responsible for the traumatic results. Positive aliens would be burdened with reactions of irrational fear and worship, of having to educate humanity on the nature of alien life, all while having to keep the peace and transition people into the post-Disclosure world. The logistics of this are too difficult. Better that they allow the impostors to show up first and expend their own resources to transition us. Then, after human opposition mounts but before negative forces have taken full control, they can step in and impart critical information to turn the tide. It is after tasting the bitter fruit of deception and learning some important lessons that humanity will appreciate and understand what they offer. Only then will deep and prolonged contact with positive forces be possible.
The Montalk Series (YouTube Playlist)
In my opinion, greys, reptilians, some military factions, and some nordic groups are part of the same conspiracy. The real good guys are other nordic factions and whatever miscellaneous lesser alien types are on their side of non-interventionism. So you see, by splitting up the conspiratorial group into various 'good cop' and 'bad cop' divisions, we think we'll be choosing the good against the bad, when really it will be two choices leading to the same outcome. The real good guys would represent a third choice that isn't obvious. Who knows, maybe they will be demonized for trying to withhold technology from humans (which they do for ethical reasons, but portrayed as wanting to keep us in the dark) whereas the false positive groups will give us lots of technology but with a heavy price of our freedom and sovereignty.
The conspiracy isn't as organized as one would think because those beneath the capstone of the pyramid of control may seemingly act on their own. They may be at odds with each other, mutually suspicious or contemptuous, independently carrying out their own agendas and acting on unique ideologies. But like swimmers drifting down a river together despite moving independently relative to each other, these vectors may oppose and cancel each other in the superficial sense while still sharing a common direction that advances the highest unseen agenda.
There is no need for coordination among lower elements of a conspiracy if a broad range of carefully designed causes initiated earlier produce cascading effects that cleverly converge at the right time. For human conspirators this would require incredible foresight, but foresight and hindsight are interchangeable for interdimensional forces operating outside linear time who have no problem scanning the timeline for the right points to target.
Knowledge is the key, for it helps us see through deception and fuels our evolution. Because of knowledge, the alien agenda will be exposed. Because of knowledge, we will evolve new insights and metaphysical abilities that can prepare us to better counter an overt alien takeover. Divine forces are at work to help us learn—if we actively seek knowledge, the way will be shown. If we actively apply knowledge, the path will be cleared. And if we actively share knowledge, the path will be followed by others.
Getting 'outraged' at shocking stories of corruption and injustice can make you feel self-righteous, motivated, and awake. But from a metaphysical point of view, if this bitterness leads to persistent pessimism and a darkening of your heart, then despite getting politically smarter you become spiritually dimmer. This has metaphysical consequences that outweigh anything gained through awareness of the physical conspiracy.
Another way you can be killed is if you are about to do something that pisses everyone off, good guys included. For instance, you're about to unleash Free Energy technology to the world. Why would the positive side not want that? Well, I think ultimately they do, but the right thing at the wrong time under the wrong circumstances leads to trouble. It's like an FBI sting where they're almost at the point of nabbing someone, and then some idiot jumps in and starts shooting at the criminals, which blows up the whole operation and the bad guys get away. Free energy is like that… it will turn the world upside down and screw things up before its time… and if we only wait a few more years then the time is right. But guys have tried to do it prematurely and died for it, killed by oil interests and negative forces, and they didn't get protection from the positive side because of them being a bit too reckless and premature.
The Truth About Science
(From The Day The Universe Changed)
The matrix control system aims to trigger emotions of hindrance and ignorance. That includes both ignorant bliss that makes you ignore problems, and negative emotions that preoccupy you with imaginary problems or create them in the first place. So it's a gravitational field of sorts pulling us toward the matrix by limiting us and swaying our choices in the wrong direction.
STS stands for "service to self"—it's a term that originated with the Ra Material (aka The Law of One books).
STO means "service to others"—both these terms were used in abbreviated form later in the Cassiopaean Material.
These represent the negative / positive spiritual orientations, or paths of spiritual evolution. The STO path serves self by also serving others. The STS path serves self at the expense of others. STO is the path of balance and maximum freewill, while STS is the path of imbalance and maximum control over others.
There's a common misconception that STO means never serving self, and blindly serving others and getting eaten alive by abusers taking advantage of one's kindness.
That is not at all what STO is. STO is serving the spiritual upliftment and empowerment of others, which doesn't happen when you're just feeding their egos or predatory impulses.
If you are unwise and ruin your health and life overextending yourself, you end up reducing your lifespan and energy and thereby reduce how much total positive impact you can have. Which is why STO is about balance and maximization, balance between self and others.
STS is a path of evolution in the sense that one becomes more perfected as a separated fragment of the Creator, by rebelling against Creation and trying to make everyone else an extension of your will. The end destination of that path is to merge with the sleeping half of creation, which is physical matter. Before that, such beings make it up the ranks of the demonic hierarchy and eventually cave in on themselves from being so dark and low vibrational.
Seems like many skeptics have a deep-seated belief that people can't exist without their bodies. Since all proof can be recreated by skeptics, that makes skeptics believe all proof is fake. They believe with every fiber of their being that everything is either a trick, misidentification, or mass hallucination. Skeptics are the flip side of religious nuts. No amount of reason or evidence can sway them from their beliefs.
Duane Alan Hahn [2011y_03m_06d]
The fact that you can forge a twenty dollar bill doesn't prove that all twenty dollar bills are forgeries.
Skeptics love to drag out their tired old burden of proof rule, but that's only for people who religiously follow holy science scripture. The rest of us say that people who vehemently proclaim that something didn't happen or doesn't exist also have a burden of proof. Prove it or you must say that although you think it's improbable, it might be possible. You've never seen a flying unicorn that craps rainbow colored candy, but you cannot say they don't exist. Unless you are aware of everything that happens everywhere, every millisecond in the universe or multiverse, you cannot say with certainty that something didn't happen or doesn't exist.
It doesn't matter if skeptics claim that trying to flip the burden of proof makes it a double-negative. They can call it a double scoop of ice cream if they want, but it doesn't change the fact that a skeptic who religiously follows holy science scripture cannot say that something didn't happen or doesn't exist if he wants to be taken seriously. All he can do is state his beliefs like the rest of us. If he wants to go beyond that and beat the rest of us over the head with a 'there is no proof, therefore it didn't happen or doesn't exist' hammer, the burden of proof automatically flips over to his side. It's not a big deal because skeptics love to 'debunk' things. If he can get an adequate result, he'll have a shivering joygasm and all will be right with the world again in his mind. He can go back to being clueless and the rest of us can keep having amazing experiences that would give most skeptics a hemorrhagic stroke.
Duane Alan Hahn [2011y_03m_06d]
You may have wondered how I spend my time and where I go. There is a lovely spot in the country which I never tire of visiting. It is on the side of a mountain, not far from my own city. There is a little road winding round a hill, and just above the road is a hut, a roofed enclosure with the lower side open. Sometimes I stay there for hours and listen to the rippling of the brook which runs beside the road. The tall slender trees have become like brothers to me. At first I cannot see the material trees very clearly; but I go into the little hut which is made of fresh clean boards with a sweet smell, and I lie down on the shelf or bunk along the wall; then I close my eyes and by an effort—or no, it is not what I would call an effort, but by a sort of drifting—I can see the beautiful place. But you must know that this is in the night time there, and I see it by the light of myself. That is why we travel in the dark part of the twenty-four hours, for in the bright sunlight we cannot see at all. Our light is put out by the cruder light of the sun.
The ghost of David Patterson Hatch from To Those About to Die: Letters from a Living Dead Man
Do not disregard your dreams about the dead. They always mean something. They do not always mean what the dream would seem to signify; for the door between the two worlds is very narrow, and thoughts are often shaken out of place in passing through. But dreams about the dead mean something. We can reach you in that way.
The ghost of David Patterson Hatch from To Those About to Die: Letters from a Living Dead Man
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Aliens, Conspiracies, and the Unexplained
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