posted on Jan, 1 2009 @ 02:08 PM
I have this theory for why so many think they are "the one."
They have educated themselves to the conspiracies that have wrought our civilization.
They feel as if they are the only ones who know what is going on and have a pretty good idea how to stop it.
So they try to wake others up to their version of the truth, with little regard for what the truth as they see it would mean to those who might be
"bathed in their light."
They feel a vital connection to the survival of this planet. They believe they were "sent" in order to transcend the misery they have witnessed.
People, we all came from the same source...no matter what group you identify with.
I enjoy political chatrooms. They provide insight and education, humor and comaraderie. So many in one room all with different opinions about what is,
how it got like that and what to do about it. IOW, a whole lot of wind that barely goes anywhere.
In exposing myself to such rhetoric, it was the first realization that I am different. I have never ignored or deleted or backed down from an
adversary in this type of forum. The strength of my convictions caused a feeling of superiority. I went so far as to jokingly reply to a question of
goals that it was my goal to one day be recognized, and raised to the level of deity then have a religion spring up as a result of my message. Some
took me serious. Others laughed with me and suggested that the Gods find it amusing to hear our requests.
btw, i seriously considered i was "the one" for about 5 seconds. I was wearing jesus style sandals at the time and figured it was a subconscious
joke on myself to consider such a thing.
We definitely are all potentially "the one." By that same token, we are also capable of going the other way and being an antichrist. I don't have a
problem with people thinking they are "the one" as long as they consider the feelings of everyone because that, imvho, is going to be what will
ultimately save us from the mess we have created.