A psychic medium's true story of how she came to discover herself and all of the strange things that happened to her along the way.
David Wilcock recently commented, in his blog: "The story of Ariel Castro is, in my opinion, a "geosynchronicity" -- i.e. an event with symbolic meaning for all of humanity."I wonder what this latest development is indicative of. ;-)
Uh... I don't know about that. I think there's a boomerang effect going on here that has accelerated since 12/21/12, yes, the date marking the end of the Mayan calendar. Something indeed happened energetically that allowed beings to introduce to themself the concept of free will, but also the understanding of what entails when you violate someone else's free will or intercept it in such a way that others paths will be violated and that effect no longer calls for people to learn via the method of pain and suffering so much. I know many who silently read this blog and criticize me all the time for being too airy fairy about "nuts and bolts reality" will beg to differ, but they are not dealing with reality in actuality. They are still based in a 20th century paradigm that no longer has any bearing on the actuality of existence in the 21st century. Thus, they will be "left behind" energetically and miss out on a lot of interesting things as a result of that pain and suffering they either inflict on others through judgement, abuse, or the like, or their refusal to see things any other way than their own. David Wilcock has been insufferable for a while now. He will probably personally take credit for Castro killing himself. I wouldn't read too much into what he is saying here. This "geosynchronicity" has been happening and has been happening since time immemorial, the only thing that has changed is the level and volume of people's awareness of it. That is a sea change. Wilcock will probably take credit for that as well.
oops...lol. i didn't read this post before i responded to your current post....about Wilcock. How weird. :O
Hahahaha- that's funny. I like some of David's stuff, but sometimes he's like fingernails on blackboard. ;-) I just can't stand his alliance with people like Kerry Cassidy. I also tend to be mistrustful of cults of personality- it's like they have their Bob Dylan acoustic moment and then there's a tipping point and suddenly nothing they say can be wrong or incorrect and it's like the sun shines out of their butts or something. Which I don't think is healthy. People did it with Osho, they did it with Project Camelot, they just turn off the critical thinky-machines and suddenly you get them sticking up for dubious claims and saying that they invented water and you just have to roll your eyes and say "Sure, David. Whatever."
Ah I see. Do you think he made valid points about the energy shift and such?To be honest I haven't read his other work, only one article that i made a point to bookmark: The Solar System Is Moving Into A New Area Of Vibration. I used to read heavily, sifting thru alot of info. Nowadays, i find it hard to focus on much more than an article. I am hoping this is normal with the energy shift and not just me getting older. lolol.I think people are quick to follow, and depend on one source for their info (hence, creating tunnel vision). But all sources (in my opinion) are imperfect, but i do think there are those that resonate where truths do emerge.
Well this is kind of late in response, ha ha but if you take David's Comments about the energy shift according to him he said that we would literally turn into beings of light on 1221 12. Literally. I'll leave you to decipher that. I thought it was a whack job comment on his behalf. I don't really follow him that much anymore, ever since he said we were literally going to turn into beings of light on 12/21/ 12 I just kind of stop being able to take him so seriously anymore. He does say some things that are worthy of discussion, however most of it is mine from data that he's accumulated from all of the books he's read. In terms of original thinking an original ability, I don't know. I don't hold much stock in dream interpretation is being psychic ability. He uses a lot of union psychoanalysis, symbols, I archetypes and I don't know how much of that is actual psychic ability. I also think that he's quite possibly a MILAB contactee in a black secret project. That he would never admit to being in. And that intellectual dishonesty and cognitive dissonance is not fitting for a person of his stature. It suggests fracturing and I handler tugging at his leash. The first step in healing is admitting that something is happening. If he doesn't have the presence of mind to recognize that he might be being manipulated, he is not someone who is fully awakened to the possibilities and potentialities of what I am saying .
That should be Jungian psychoanalysis not Union sorry, voice dictating comments on my iPhone
And yes, people are quick to follow. Shockingly so. They all want to father. And a mother. Which is a sad commentary on the status of Parenthood in today's world particularly in America. Which is what I find so many followers not that interesting. I do however find Cults and cults of personality incredibly interesting. The rise of these types of things, false prophets and the like, tend to parallel and be signs of the fall of a culture. People become so fragile and vulnerable to themselves they don't even recognize their own mental slavery and what they give up in terms of personal freedom. It's really a sham so many of these so-called leaders are liars- not only to others but to themselves.