posted on Jun, 21 2008 @ 03:47 PM
OK. I have an introduction, a glossary and a conclusion to add to these. Copy and Paste at will, print out The Terra Papers (1 & 2) with these words
(or your own) and give them to your local library.
Introduction to The Terra Papers
Robert Morning Sky, whose Hopi grandfather was amongst a group who saved an alien from a UFO crash (before the Feds got there) in the 1940’s, was
given this story to tell. Sadly, there are pages missing and it would seem that there is much more to this story than even the missing pages
couldn't account for, but what information Morning Sky does give us in The Terra Papers is a good place to start in understanding the reality of our
When I first read the Terra Papers I nearly quit somewhere around page 25. “What does all this have to do with our reality?” I asked myself. It
all seemed to be so much science fiction. Sure, I knew a bit about Sumerian “mythology” to make connections, but it kept sounding like
someone’s interpretation of myth and fanciful story construction, rather than anything meaningful in today’s world.
What kept me reading was the knowledge that this story was (presumably) given to the Hopi Indians half a century or so ago. Robert Morning Sky seemed
so earnest in recounting what his grandfather was given, and the tale was not written as I would expect a story-teller to write it. There were typos,
skipped words, misspellings, and other flaws that lent an authenticity to the work.
And so, I read on.
By the time I got to page 45, I began to put many things together. And the further I read, the more my Universe made sense. There were so many
questions I had been asking WHY about in my life, and with this new paradigm, they all made sense.
My first big WHY had been the “war” on marijuana. Having researched not only the plant itself and its effects on those who used it, but also the
costs to society that its illegality posed, I was completely mystified as to why there was any issue with it at all, and why we accept the price we
are paying in terms of the hunting, arresting, processing, trying and incarcerating our citizens. And we are accepting the hidden costs as well:
people with felonies on their record and all the attendant issues that brings; children ripped from loving homes (marijuana promotes loving and
accepting behavior) to be neglected, confused and abused by the system they are thrust into; disenfranchisement of the convicted (in some states);
time ripped from people’s lives wherein they are used as slave labor in the prison-industrial complexes… And WHY is there such a phenomenal
effort to keep this drug illegal, with misinformation churned out in the guise of Public “Service” Announcements?
And WHY are the majority – well over 70% – in this country thwarted in efforts to legalize it so as to use it medicinally?
But by the end of reading the Terra Papers, I understood WHY.
Another WHY I had was the Codex Alimentarius – a document which calls all nutrients “toxins.” To follow the mandates of this insane document
would starve billions. A human heart could not have thought this was appropriate.
WHY is Monsanto allowed to take over seed, foist the unknown quantity of genetic modification onto our food supply, and awarded judgments in their
favor when their genmod crops contaminate the organic crops nearby?
WHY, again I asked, were there 600 plus empty FEMA prison camps in the United States? This is probably the most disturbing piece of knowledge I have.
That we already house 25% of the world’s incarcerated with only 5% of the world’s population is horrendous enough – the total we incarcerate as
of this writing is a little over 2 million individuals. Though we are scrabbling for more prison space (as if we don’t lock up enough people!),
there sit these empty prisons that can house a (low) estimate of ten times the number we have behind bars now: twenty million! And there are rumors
that underground facilities also exist, leading one to guess that maybe a hundred million or more could be locked up.
What human-hearted thing might we expect that would require even twenty million to be imprisoned? The whole of Mexico sneaking across our borders?
And on top of this, there are, within some of these prisons, rail cars that can shackle 150 humans at a time! Again… What could we possibly need
with hundreds or even thousands of these rail cars?
No human heart would do these things. But there they are, ugly and impending.
If, however, we accept the story the Terra Papers gives us, all these things – and many others that might leave one scratching one’s head – make
So I leave the reader with this: read past page 25, read past page 45. Read the whole of both parts 1 and 2. Though pages are missing, and the
story is hard to follow at points, once you have read these fully, maybe your WHYs will be answered too.
[edit on 6/21/2008 by Amaterasu]