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The Funeral Pyre of the Conspiracy Theory
HelFire: The Funeral Pyre of the Conspiracy Theory
Anyone who is even remotely awake knows that the recent burnings are not random or accidental.
I suspect that every semi-conscious person knows, in some corner of their awareness, that the conflagrations in the South Pacific, across Canada and elsewhere, are not, in actuality, the logical result of wood-stove usage, or a surplus of plastic drinking straws (though plastic certainly is disgusting), or my incoming 10th child (the number of times I have been personally blamed for “global warming,” is comical).
We all know, at the very least, when something is “off.”
There are no conspiracy theories.
We have entered the era of the ultra-real.
There is nothing new under the sun.
The story that is being absurdly and aggressively promoted throughout the media and promulgated by government, however, at first glance, is that this is somehow a natural phenomenon—the logical conclusion of “climate change.”
But just below the surface, the mainstream narrative is a fundamentally extremist religious one: we selfish humans are being disciplined for our inherent sinfulness—our greed, our entitlement, our selfish desires.
We are being chastened for our middle-class lifestyles, yes, to an extent, but more significantly, we are being punished for our very existence.
Recycling is basic decency, minimalism is virtue, but to denounce human life itself is the apex of righteousness.
Anti-natalism is now seen as a form of climate heroism.
And it works. In times of terror, people cleave to religious fanaticism and fervour to provide an anchor, a structure, desperately seeking some kind of formula for making sense of a senseless reality. (Read my previous article “So You’ve Found Jesus,” on spiritual bypassing via the false dichotomy of Christianity vs. New-Age ).
This is especially the case when, as a result of trauma-based mind control, social engineering, and poisoning, most humans lack the an understanding—or a willingness—to claim the greatest gift that God has granted each of us, and that is the power of our responsibility, our attention, and our free will, not just in terms of how we act and what we do (which always involves the option of choosing the choice that is “correct” and which aligns with the highest good of all, or not) but also where and how we direct our attention.
Or rather, how and where we direct our energy.
As always, fear is the virus.
Terror is the objective.
The destabilization of our spiritual sobriety and inner serenity is the goal.
When otherwise good people are petrified, our capacity to discern, to judge, to think clearly to any extent is eroded, and we tend to become much more susceptible to deferring our authority to the very megalomaniacal cult-leaders and operatives who, throughout the history of the world, have always used the story of their false God’s wrath to justify wreaking the havoc and destruction that will facilitate the achievement of their ends.
We all know that something is “off” about these fires. But it’s less painful to gaslight ourselves into believing that it is our “sin” that has caused all of this, that we are to blame, and that God is an entity that metes out his penalties in accordance with the moralizing edicts of the Democratic Party (or whatever organization one prefers to bow to) than to allow ourselves to even consider the magnitude of the kind of evil that could allow anyone to participate in the creation, let alone the implementation of Dίrεctεd Enεrgy Wεαροns, or High Energy Lasers (HEL) (the existence of which is widely documented and acknowledged and in no way theoretical whatsoever (here is just one resource for anyone who would like to take a quick glance.—thank you Cindy Niles—find her on fb).
As I wrote about extensively in my book Portal: The Art of Choosing Orgasmic, Pain-Free, Blissful Birth (which will be available on Amazon in a matter of days), one of the most pernicious forms of covert victimhood is the belief that self-blame is self-responsibility, when in truth, the two are in total opposition.
Self-blame (and self-villainization) is the antithesis of self-responsibility.
Don’t get me wrong: I believe—and know—that the universe is perfectly calibrated according to God’s laws of consequence and cause-and-effect (also known as “karma”) and that there is always a right and righteous path.
This does not mean wallowing in self-pity, guilt, and shame.
It means seeing ourselves clearly, and then once again (again and again), turning back to love.
We human beings are not ever granted full omniscience or the right to judge another.
We have an obligation, however—if we seek truly seek repentance and salvation—to judge ourselves, while remaining in the mystery.
Life is constant paradox.
Fire warms us, it lights our way, it provides us with a tool that has expanded our power and capacity exponentially.
And it can ravage lives and landscapes.
I have a friend who very recently lost her entire suburban home to a fire. She literally stood with her children and watched her home burn to the ground. This was not, I don’t think, a result of modern helfire, at all.
One of the terrible mysteries of this world is that sometimes bad things *do* happen to good people, outside of the realm of venality and evil.
This is also one of the ways that those in the thrall of evil can fool themselves into doing wicked things.
See? Even God lets things burn from time to time, so why shouldn’t we, just this once?
It’s for the greater good, after all—the good of the company, of the community, of the fifteen-minute city of the future…
So. How do we “handle” the horrors of this world without succumbing to despair, or wallowing in the vortex of fear, which is one of the tangential purposes (and an extension) of the violent destruction being wrought in recent days, months, and years?
First, we allow ourselves to see and to know.
Disavow denial and delusion.
Your suspicions are correct.
Your instinct is on-point.
Yes. You are being lied to.
Then do the next right thing: if you’re in the eye of this particular storm, you run.
You save your children.
Or maybe you feed someone. Maybe you clothe someone.
Perhaps, instead, your role is to blow the whistle and raise the alarm.
Good. Do it with devotion. And be willing to pay the price.
But if you’re miles away from mayhem and safe for now, notice the beauty around you, allow yourself joy, and move forward with your work in the world.
This does NOT mean bypassing the horrors that are occurring on our glorious blue planet—quite the opposite.
Embracing peace and tranquility is a form of power too.
A few days ago, I sent some money to my friend who lost her home, I said a prayer of thanks, I recalibrated towards gratitude, openness, and love, and I moved on with my work in the world—the work I have been called to do, that I know is aligned with God and for the Good.
And when I feel the familiar contraction of fear, resistance, and anxiety—often prompted by the terror I see and feel from others around me—I look at the ways that I too am lying to myself, or creating and contributing to chaos.
When we cultivate and allow chaos, delusion, and destruction in our bodies, our families, our relationships, our immediate lives, this reverberates out into the world.
Succumbing to the fear that is continuously kindled by the media is a core element of this dynamic.
We are all part of the tapestry.
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