Posts Tagged ‘Freedom’

Matrixology: The true and final goal of the Surveillance State

Thank you, Jon! In my opinion, this is one of his most important posts.

Sophia Love ~ Owning Freedom

This post by Sophia Love asks important questions about what life looks like in a state of freedom. This theme recurs so often in private sessions that I wanted to put this out here for the larger public. These are questions to ask yourself when you say you want a change. Use that brilliant imagination of yours so that you can feel your way into a new timeline and experience. If you have no idea what freedom looks or feels like, then how will you recognize it when it starts to appear in your reality? As Sophia says, this will be a gradual process, but why not begin in the ever present Now?

Sophia Love ~ Owning Freedom

via Lucas

We sense now a freedom because there is this energy of release that is blowing, a pre-cursor to this letting go of the iron grip held by the “controllers”.

Freedom is not a state we fully comprehend. It is an absence of debt in any sense – emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual.

The process of liberation is gradual and will be accomplished with persistence as well as tenacious, relentless focus. You cannot be partially free.

To act from a self determined point of view means that each moment is approached and conducted by choice. We have been asleep for a lifetime. Things like paying taxes and fraudulent debt to corrupt systems are symptoms of slavery, not definitions of it.

Slavery is actually experienced internally and can be defined as a state of mind that imagines you are held back, limited or controlled by another being. This is present in society today as a matter of course.

Once the chains are lifted and those controlling you have been removed, what then? It will be upon us to determine what to do. An absence of debt is something experienced primarily by the very young. It allows for movement in any direction. It does not guarantee prosperity or love or “justice”. What it does is unleash your individual capacity to decide for yourself – everything.

To act in full consciousness exudes power. To experience the day to day from a perspective of choice rather than fear is not something we are used to.

Many of our actions are taken to avoid pain – we obey rules and follow societal guidelines so we’ll fit in and be “allowed” to live comfortably. The hierarchy of economics alone has you in a pre-determined spot you are mostly helpless to get out of.

A world without any monetary system of exchange is most likely not in our immediate future. That may be where we are headed, but today it is light years beyond the general agreement of man. Humanity chose to do this itself – accomplish liberation and then, define and structure its own society.

What this means is that as a group we are ripe for control all over again, simply because we don’t know any other way. Ideas of acceptance, allowance and freedom will have to come from the heart of each of us. This means adopting a sense of duty when that feels appropriate.

No actions or attitudes will be undergone from a place of fear when we are actually free. Take each thought and action and reconsider its origin. We are masters at controlling each other. Emotional debt is something that can never be completely paid unless released by both parties.

What will it mean to live free? Certainly there will be no financial manipulation, but perhaps not as certainly there will be things like freedom to decide necessary elements for happiness – to include education, housing, government, money, work, recreation, love and artistic expression. These are not all the facets of life but they are the ones now manipulated by those with an agenda.

Once man takes control of this world into his heart, it will operate as if each of us has equal relevance, importance and value. This is truth. The knowing and experiencing of this will demand an unobstructed view of all possibilities. Seen clearly, decisions can be made that incorporate human rights.

Much of our language today was constructed as a result of the inequality that exists; a by-product of the program of control. “Human Rights” are only an issue if there has been systemic abuse. Man’s desire for control is part of his brilliance, yet it is also what is responsible for the domination effort that has taken over here.

There is a deep knowing of Unity that must emerge along with the physical liberation we are undergoing. Only that truth, held and cherished within, will guard against further corruption. This “truth” is what has been kept out of our media and government systems to the extent that we have forgotten. We believe we are separate and there we justify the horrors of the modern world.

Ownership, worship, wealth and domination can exist only in a place that believes they are possible. Sovereign and equal beings live in concert with every life form. The nuances of control are easy to spot with eyes wide open. They do not exist outside of us.

Love and freedom are really the same thing. Both are by products of trust.

This shift will not be easy, yet it will be simply defined. With an open heart and a willingness to collaborate we can together become what alone was not possible. Change is the reason we are here. To experience this while physical is an extra-ordinary gift.

Generations of programming have not altered our course. We are waking up, as One, now catching glimpses of our multi-dimensional glory. We are magnificent. We are the Ones we’ve been waiting for.

~Sophia

Nullification, Freedom and Resuscitation: “The Outstretched Hand”

I’ve noticed the Corbett Report video below posted in lots of places and have even had it sent to me by email; however, this morning is the first time I’ve had a chance to sit down to watch it. This valuable discussion covers Thomas Jefferson’s idea of “nullification,” including the 10th Amendment, which allows states to have a “last resort ‘No'” to federal, tyrannical encroachment.

I haven’t finished watching the video yet, so I don’t know if they also get into the right of jury nullification — another way to give the old heave ho to tyranny by refusing to convict someone for breaking an unjust law. [Update: they don’t, but you can find out more about jury nullification here.] The NDAA, of course, denies people, including Americans, the right to a jury of their peers, which is why state and local nullification has become so important.

With no one to enforce tyranny, the tyrants will become ever more isolated and obvious, as people s-l-o-w-l-y (but surely?!) begin to grab a clue. Freedom is available, for those who recognize it, value it, and demand it. As Ben Franklin supposedly said while exiting the Constitutional Convention, “[You have] a republic, if you can keep it.”

Few noticed when the republic flatlined in December 2011. Will resuscitation work? That depends on how much life and pulse we’re willing to breathe into it. I’m reading Starhawk’s novel, “The Fifth Sacred Thing,” and last night a quote really jumped out at me. I will write a separate post on the novel, because it’s excellent so far, but here’s the passage that expresses my own hope of resuscitation:

[Speaking at a Seder dinner in which the participants compare their imminent-invasion-by-a-police-state situation to the story of the slaves leaving Egypt] …

“‘I have been in Egypt,’ [Bird] said. They all turned to look at him. ‘And yeah, my own hands and arms and mind and magic got me out. But it wasn’t just me. And it wasn’t just the collective strength, because that seemed pretty damn far away at the time, and the people I was with — even together, we didn’t have much in the way of strength. So I can’t tell you what it was. It wasn’t an old guy with a beard, and it wasn’t a big lady in the sky. But when I was trapped there, something did reach for me.’

“‘How do we invoke that,’ Holybear asked quietly, ‘Where do we put in our order for divine intervention? Because without it, if it’s only our arms and hands, however united, frankly, I don’t think we’re going to win this one.’

“‘I’m not talking about winning and losing,’ Bird said. ‘I’m not even talking about getting free or getting caught or living or dying, really. I’m trying to say that this, this livingness we’re all in and of, has something in it that reaches for freedom. Maybe that quality isn’t first or most central. It could be just like a single thin thread buried in a whole carpet. But it’s there. The outstretched hand is there. If you reach for it, it’ll grab you back.'” (Starhawk, “The Fifth Sacred Thing,” page 215)

There are many ways of reaching towards “the outstretched hand.” Nullification offers a non-violent, legally and historically legitimate option. Watch, learn and integrate. We chose to be here at this precarious and important time in human evolution.

“Tell me, what will you do with your one wild life?” ~Mary Oliver

Even though I believe we have way more than one life, this one, right now, is important. So tell me, what will you do with this one wild life?

Corbett Report

Published on Dec 13, 2013

SHOW NOTES AND MP3: http://www.corbettreport.com/?p=8413

Hardly a week goes by that we aren’t faced with some new outrageous piece of legislation from the increasingly tyrannical government. But once these bills have been passed, what can we actually do about them? What if stopping this legislation was as simple as saying “no”? Join us this week on The Corbett Report as we explore the nullification solution, a long-repressed piece of political history that offers us a way out.

Jon Rappoport ~ Why Do They Try So Hard to End Freedom?

I love this article by Jon. It’s a simple reminder of why freedom is worth fighting for — on all levels: “mind, body, soul, imagination, and love.”

Some people find Jon’s style a little — or a lot — too in-your-face, but I happen to enjoy his deep appreciation for and devotion to those sacred, precious things all too often tossed away as worthless junk or unimportant words and concepts. Personally, I get his outrage at sacrilege and tyranny, and I love that he champions the Imagination and the full potential of humanity. Jon’s an artist and a writer, and he recognizes subtleties. He knows when something feels off, and he’s not afraid to discover why. He’s also not afraid to use his own creative power to change it.

“Men often become what they believe themselves to be. If I believe I cannot do something, it makes me incapable of doing it. But when I believe I can, then I acquire the ability to do it even if I didn’t have it in the beginning.” ~Mahatma Ghandi

I love how Jon reminds us who we are and what we can do.

Jon Rappoport ~ Why Do They Try So Hard to End Freedom?

I have several answers to that question.

The people who run the people who run things want to own everything.

To them, freedom is another thing to own. So they want it. And they want it all for themselves.

Second, they realize that people who have freedom will not want the kind of world being lowered on them, and with freedom, those rebels may just find a way to keep the planned future from happening. So…better to close all doors.

All the phony political talk about “we’re in this together” is a blatant attempt to promote the idea that freedom is a small thing that must be sacrificed. For the greater good.

The people who run things from the top believe that freedom can be owned, because they can’t think of anything that can’t be owned. That’s their view. That’s the way they see life and the world.

That puts them at a strategic advantage. They focus all their energies on buying and selling. The holdouts among us are those who have values that can’t be displayed like cars in a showroom. Values that can’t be argued for in commercial language. Values that are ultimately non-material.

Holding the value of freedom gives us one advantage. We’re not competing against similar products in the marketplace. We’re competing against one thing only: slavery.

In one way or another, I have been writing about mind control for 30 years. It’s the doorway into slavery. It’s an attempt to wipe out everything that freedom means—most of all, how much it means.

Whatever humans can accomplish, the platform for it is liberty.

To say that freedom carries too much potential for abuse is like arguing that oceans are too dangerous and should be outlawed.

The so-called philosophies that replace freedom try to paint their conclusions with inevitability, and they all fail. From Plato to Marx, they begin with statements of what is possible “if only people would recognize the truth.” Their utopias, when played out, produce tyranny over mind, body, and soul. The cost of perfection.

Behind every good thing you or I or anyone has accomplished, there was the space of freedom. It’s almost a truism, it’s so obvious. But because it’s so obvious, we tend to ignore it.

Now, strong advocates of freedom are looked upon, by the government, as potentially dangerous people. They are demeaned in every possible way. If that doesn’t give you a clue about where government is heading, try reading the piece of paper called the Constitution, and then compare the statements in that document with the present scope of government and come to a decision.

As an aside, try finding a serious college course that does exactly that comparison in great detail. Good luck.

Freedom is out; the collective is in.

Our petty leaders, the dupes and mules for the future over the hill, are humping the ultimate prize, freedom, which they will lay at the feet of their masters. They will do it gladly, because they can sell all the programs and systems and laws and regulations that add up to no-freedom. It’s easy. They believe it’s workable. And the less freedom that exists, they more power they, the dupes, have, and the bigger their principalities. They’re mercenaries.

Here’s a principle you won’t find in a college economics course: the free market can only exist when the participants have non-material values that conspire to produce good relations among people. In the absence of that, anything and everything can be bought and sold, including the right to be free.

This, of course, ties in with the elite philosophy of ownership.

If we give up our values, some distant future historian will write: “Those people believed in a myth of great men who had much money, much power. Demi-gods. The demi-gods appeared and approached the people with an offer. Sell us your freedom. What is your price? And the people named a price and the bargain was struck. The people were satisfied. They reasoned that what they were trading was a thing, an item, a kind of product, which, were it not for the demi-gods, could never be sold. In a way, the people were mesmerized by what they had been able to accomplish with that sale. Ironically, they were so deluded because they had allowed themselves to grow fat on freedom…”

Mind, body, soul, imagination, and love all exist on the basis that freedom is there — or if it isn’t, it must be fought for.

Jon Rappoport

Wheat and Chaff

This is another email correspondence turned blog post. I wrote it to a friend back in May, but I’ve been sitting on it, debating whether or not to turn it into something else. Truth be told, I have been having so much fun on Facebook that blogging is one of the last things on my mind.

So … in lieu of a brand new something, I will post what sprang out of the recurring question, “When the proverbial wheat gets separated from the proverbial chaff, is there a gluten-free pile?”

For months this question would haunt me every time I closed my eyes to go to sleep. Ever since I wrote this email, published below, the question has stopped running through my head; I seem to have answered it, at least for me. As with other emails turned blog posts, I’m a little more fiery than usual. Please take my spouting off with a grain of pink Himalayan sea salt. 😉

Well, I’m glad you are not so miserable. For me, unfulfilled=miserable,
because having tasted fulfillment the lack of it is utterly unbearable to
me. It feels like someone knifed out my organs one by one. I prefer quick
death or vibrant life, not the torturous in-between. I just don’t have the stamina or the interest, remorseless heathen though that makes me. 🙂

An idea has been haunting me and someone on Facebook suggested I write a book about it. I think I may. It’s about the proverbial wheat and the chaff … like how the Bible and society say that certain “moral” expectations are the “right way” to live and the right way to be and that if you don’t follow these you’ll go to hell. It’s based on this verse: “His winnowing fork is in His hand, and He will thoroughly cleanse His threshing floor. He will gather His wheat into the barn, but the chaff He will burn up with unquenchable fire!” (Matthew 3:12)

I’ve been going to church again, and every time I go to take communion, I
hear this question in my head: “When the wheat gets separated from the
chaff, is there a gluten-free pile?” Same question runs through my mind
every time I start to fall asleep. Gluten-free means not the wheat part of the grain, and I eat gluten-free for a variety of reasons, mostly because gluten is like glue in your intestines and takes 30 days to get out of your system. It’s terrible for you! Rockefeller Chapel even offers optional gluten-free communion wafers alongside the traditional bread.

So, here’s the thing … Everyone thinks you’re supposed to “do the right
thing” and suppress all your emotions and desires in order to ensure that
you’re a grain of wheat and get put into the barn, so you won’t get burned
by the fire.

But …

One: why the need for separation/judgment in the first place?

Two: if given the choice, I and many of my favorite lightworkers on the
planet would actually choose the gluten-free chaff pile, so what does that mean? So many things in our world are paradoxes, and so much of what we judge, especially in ourselves are in fact our most precious parts!

And Three (related), if the chaff is what gets “burned” but the Phoenix (a
symbol of the resurrected Christ) rises from its ashes and is reborn, then
the chaff pile really IS the one I’d like to be in. Wheat gets moldy when it
sits in piles, attracts rats, insects, is implicated in Autism, migraines,
celiac disease, brain fog, is highly genetically modified, etc. But fire …
ah … now fire is an interesting concept, and a powerful force of change.

I really believe the world has the interpretation completely backwards!!
Everyone thinks you’re supposed to be wheat, like this sexually repressed,
non-thinking-outside-the-box, follow the Ten Commandments the way the Church interprets them, feel shame for who you are, little KERNEL that goes with all the other good little kernels to go sit in a barn.

What the heck do people want to sit in a barn for? I don’t believe hell’s a fiery place at all. I think hell is a cold, frigid, dank, unfulfilled, miserable, moldy place that rots the soul from the inside out, and I don’t think people need to die to experience it. Trying to live like “wheat” decays life from the moment we incarnate.

In the Bible there’s a parable: a farmer stores all his grain in a silo and
does he get rewarded for that? No! He gets harshly rebuked and immediately struck down dead. That Jesus that everyone thinks they’re following? He’s not a fan of barns and wheat. He’s a fan of WINE. He says man cannot live on bread alone, implying that the wheat is NOT where it’s at. He says he is the “bread of life” because the other bread is death. Our religious and moral world is so 180 right now.

But fire! The Holy Spirit comes as “Tongues of Fire.” The chaff, the part that the world says is the worthless, “bad” part, that’s the part that gets set on fire. Pentecost, which is when the Holy Spirit descended on the Disciples and gave them the ability to perform miracles, is all about FIRE.

It’s not about wheat. Resurrection comes from fire, not sitting in a moldy,
dark barn with all the other “good” kernels. We’re not here to rot. We’re
here to be set aflame, to burn. It’s all about the light and the fire, which
includes those really deep longings of the soul.

Who wants to worship or serve a God that would demand you rot in a dank,
dark barn rather than live your fiery, inspired life? Not me. And certainly
not Jesus. I have an incredibly intimate relationship with God and I’ll
choose the gluten-free chaff pile every single time. Torch me. That’s why I’m here. Personally, I believe that’s why we’re all here …

… and all that repressive, suppressive, guilt-ridden shame stuff is just a pile of moldy grain…

That’s MY fire and brimstone sermon. And now you know why the vast majority of times I’ve died I have been burned at the stake. 😉 But seriously … people should actually READ the Bible before handcuffing their lives because of it. The Bible’s been so mistranslated and misused. It’s the greatest crime against humanity there is. BUT … the keys are in there … and it’s
all about the fire. Fire is good.