Disbelief in Magic…


Edvard Munch, “The Scream”

“Disbelief in magic can force a poor soul into believing in government and business.”
― Tom Robbins

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  1. Reblogged this on Reiki Dawn and commented:
    Love this quote and picture with it. Sharing

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  2. “There are two ways to live: you can live as if nothing is a miracle; you can live as if everything is a miracle.”

    Albert Einstein


  3. Yep! Obviously, I choose the latter. 🙂


  4. Thanks, Dawn! LOL, “The horror, the horror!” Believing in government and business … what a terrible fate!

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  5. This is great, I love that Tom Robbins Said this.

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  6. Believing in government is the worst thing you may do.
    They are pushing lie after lie about food, medicine, politics, creation, nature and history.

    It’s important to understand the signs of our time:

    – God created the world in six days, 6000 years since Adam.
    – Enoch was raptured and Noah saved by tribulation.
    – Hebrews return to Israel.
    – Israel soon 70 years.
    – Plagues, the fourth seal
    – Bloodmoons, the sixth seal.


    – The Temple in Jerusalem.
    – Conflict East against West.
    – World divides into 10 regions.
    – Mark of the Beast –> spiritual death?
    – The very last Pope (St. Malachy prophecy).
    – Chrislam is moving on.


  7. Thank you, Profetens sekretaer, I agree about government being the worst to believe in, although government and business are the same anymore! I personally prefer reading the Hopi prophecies and instructions, as they are far less manipulated and exploited by a dual-citizen and Jesuit controlled government to conform to and initiate a specific, fearful agenda that people willingly accept.


  8. Thanks, Doreen. One can’t help wondering if the “Right of Secrecy” has much to do with the recent allegations of pedophilia occurring even at the royal residence, rather than all the (extensive) financial abuse. Truly disgusting, but not surprising in the least.


  9. Me, too, re: Tom Robbins. Such a fun author!

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  10. Thank you Laura. Then I have to check out the Hopi prophecies, because I have never heard about it.
    Yes, the Jesuits are really dangerous. And the new Pope, also a Jesuit.

    St. Malachy propecy: http://wp.me/p3tGFm-6d

    Nice painting by Munch.
    Greetings from Norway.


  11. Posted by Doreen Agostino on December 3, 2014 at 3:01 pm

    Regarding prophecy … ponder if you will.

    Every human is a unique signature energy [sum of beliefs, thoughts, words, actions, feelings], which empowers an identical vibratory frequency through people, events, and circumstances a.k.a. reap what we sow.

    Prophecy is not reality it is a preview of ‘possible’ coming attractions. Negative prophecy is advance ‘warning’ to change trajectory through expanded awareness, raise our signature energy [shift from negative to positive], heal inner emotional wounds instead of projecting them on others, tame emotions [mid brain] in order to access higher wisdom [solutions] in the neo-cortex [newer upper brain].

    Each of us has freewill to ‘choose’ transition between worlds with most ease, to put aside our differences, treat each other with respect, and take peaceful action to end toxic leadership, crimes against humanity, and natural systems upon which all life depends for survival.

    Each of us is taken care of to the extent we take care of each other.


  12. Yes, I was just writing about that today introducing the Lee Harris post. 🙂 The reason I prefer the Hopi Prophecies is that they leave room for vibrational shifts, i.e. “This could be a good time” and also emphasize being in alignment with intuition.


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