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I dunno what his hangup is with smokers though. I am a smoker & I don't have any problems with myself & I always go out of my way to help friends & even strangers if they are in need of it.
But because I Smoke, I'm a negative person that should be avoided?
Never heard such rot in my life!!!
I didn't necessarily pay attention to the fact that he claims to be a Pleiadan, I don't believe it nor do I dismiss it.
I understood the message he is conveying but trying to take the information given forth by this individual based solely on the possibility that he actually is an Alien or a channeller is a direct contradiction to one of his quotes anyway, which was "an intelligent person would investigate before he makes an opinion".
Understanding that quote in the first place would have you not caring whether he is a channeller/alien or a regular person.
Originally posted by Beamish
I watched the first video, but just couldn't bring myself to watch the second.
Many of the replies to the OP are in agreement with the video's message, and who can argue with such positive reactions? Well, I will, for one but for the following reasons.
The underlying significance of this message, IMO, is how it manipulates the listener with carefully orchestrated rhetoric designed to create a sense of greatness and import. Those who believe they really were listening to a Pleidian will come away from it with a good feeling. After hearing it they're beliefs will be justified. They’re hearing what they need to hear.
That's what the organisation behind the video, and I am assuming in has something to do with the Ashtar Galactic Command or the like, intend. It’s a hollow, cynical exercise in mind control.
In the fringe religions, this practice is called "love bombing"; the continued confirmation that a higher, external power really does love you, and your support of his church is not only important, but significant, too. It creates belonging, a sense of purpose, and is a conditioning that is incredibly hard to break.
Now, before I get flamed, I want to state that am not opposed to the message of love. Heck, it cannot be argued that we need more of it.
What I do object to is such a necessary and beautiful concept being bandied as a tool to draw in converts to a pseudo religion.
Unfortunately, these kinds of cults don't just have the message of peace to rely on. They've got a ready made history to use to back up their stories, and they exploit it to great advantage. There is no originality, nothing that even smacks of true alienness about their credo. It’s just the same dogma we’ve heard a thousand time given a digital-century revamp.
Originally posted by gopher mines
I did a little photoshop work on the images of the video and got this..
Looks like a human sitting next to a poster of a spaceship flying past a planet to me...
Are you saying that you don't agree with the point that the message is trying to get across?
I UNDERSTAND THE MESSAGE!
ignoring for a minute the claimed origin of the narrator.
Why would you be so stunned at ones loyalty to ones self and love?
Where would you rather loyalty be focused? HATE,ANGER, GREED, LIES etc any of these?
Why would you be angry?