An equally, perhaps even more, credible explanation of what-it's-all-about has now appeared on Project Camelot's website.
It's an interview with James of Wingmakers.com, here's the link:
There are key differences. Perhaps most significantly, James describes 'the matrix' (my use of the word) in terms which suggest that everything
that Hidden_Hand has described as being attainable is still well within 'the matrix' which, according to James, was created by a self-declared
'God' named Anu, king of the Annunaki.
So even though Hidden_Hand was generously explaining how we can extricate ourselves from 3rd dimensional Earth, we would still remain within the
artificially-created matrix which his bloodlines are helping to sustain.
Funny thing is, when I discovered Hidden_Hand's thread only the day before yesterday, I bought into it hook, line and sinker, thinking it was the
best exposition of what-it's-all-about that I'd read in years of reading this sort of thing, always having found it difficult to discriminate
between the different expositions.
Now, two days later, I'm confused again. As so often happens, I have to say that the latest (James's) is extremely convincing, deals with many of
the notions I've come to understand along my spiritual path, and takes me into territory that gives me that 'ah-ha!' response, all in a very open,
beautifully-articulated, compassionate way that frankly I'm not best qualified to put words to.
In common with others on this thread I too had wondered how Hidden_Hand could reconcile giving such positive, service-to-others guidance with his goal
for 95% negativity. However, having read most of the thread it's clear that it was also promoting cynicism and worse amongst readers, so perhaps the
overall effect for his balance sheet might have been more neutral than positive. On my balance sheet, however, Hidden_Hand's enlightening
explanations were a tremendous positive. I especially liked his guidance to a contributor who asked how to help other people towards ascension.
Certainly, Hidden_Hand cast light into areas that need to be exposed. And his explanation of our 'fall' from the Garden of Eden, and Yahweh's and
Lucifer's roles in it, was marvellous. But unless Yahweh = Anu, and I gather from what James says, they're not the same, the story is not
consistent with what James says.
So, as I continue this roller-coaster ride, what's now come into view is James' Sovereign Integral, now the focus of my attention. Phew! And there
I was, telling my closest co-travellers what a must-read thread this is. Ah well. What is it they say? "It's the journey, not the goal." Who
Thoughts, anyone? Positive thoughts, please, such as how to promote discrimination. I'm not out to promote negativity!