a reply to: LurkNoMore
I believe you. And I also believe everything is connected. Synchronicity confirms when we are moving along the optimal path.
I think the reason I like the Q approach so much is that it began with questions that were so compelling that they caused people to take it upon
themselves to start asking more questions...and the right
questions. The ones that lead to truth rather than down another dead end in a
labyrinth of deception and illusion.
So many people don't understand how this information can remain hidden and unknown when it is so clearly right in plain sight from their own
perspective. By stimulating and encouraging co-creative and free-form groups like this, Q has made an environment where there is something for
everyone. People don't have to feel afraid of asking questions that might typically cause them to be regarded in a negative light because of
conditioning to rebuke and attack anything that might result in more unwanted questions.
The very best way to control people is for them to not realize they're being controlled. If they think they're exercising their free will in its full
capacity, then they'll be more accepting and more susceptible to suggestion. And as we know, there are suggestions all over the place throughout
history that people should not question certain things.
We've created a space where those questions are being asked, and more questions are not only acceptable, but welcomed and appreciated. A fear free
zone. No mind control in here, either.
Speaking of which...did you happen to look at the Tomorrow World website? I looked at several links pertaining to that event. They don't accept cash.
They've got a payment system that involves an identification bracelet that is controlled by radio frequency that guests are given when they arrive.
They also have a contract that gives them the lease on the property until 2025. I'm not watching the Tomorrowland vid. I already see triggers in the
cover frame, so I'll be skipping that one. But I already know it's the Dark. Radio frequency is one way they control butterflies. Some of us can
actually hear it, did you know that?
That is an enormous event. Gobs of people, all wearing radio frequency ID bracelets, herded like cattle into a paddock. They said that location was
because it looks like Boom, where Tomorrowland is held.
So...did someone deliberately make that place look like Boom in advance, in order to set up shop until 2025? Or maybe someone actually went and
scouted out a place that bore a suitable likeness to Boom in order to set up shop there?
It's very odd to me, how they just make it sound like it's the most ordinary thing...like everyone has heard of Boom and Tomorrowland in the US. And
there's nothing remotely strange about the fact that they specifically chose a lookalike location for the event...or the fact that there even was such
It also reminded me of Disney World and Disneyland. I never paid any attention to possible similarities in the locations of those theme parks. I'm
sure both look much different than they did decades ago, which is when I last visited either of them.
Uncanny, too, how Disney has a Tomorrowland. I am not a believer in coincidence...it is a term that is used to keep people from asking those questions
they need to be asking. What cannot be explained away by the bull# science they taught us, in hopes of keeping humanity marooned on the planet, can
conveniently be disregarded as mere coincidence.
Also, I think in the Wiki, they mention a place called Dreamville is inside that event. It's like those Russian nesting dolls...or that hat trick with
the scarves where they pull one out and this long ass string of them keeps coming out. You know what I mean?