a reply to: Twisted-Inside-Out
I started watching a lecture of him, and he kept piling on red flags, until I couldn't take it anymore.
A few superficial observations already reveal that something is wrong.
- He wears ALL BLACK (I know it's the current trend, but this video was from way back)
- He wears a silvery glorification of a murder weapon as a prominent necklace
- He keeps taking off his glasses and putting them back on - VERY distracting!
- He uses similar finger-, and hand-symbols as the politicians, when he speaks
- He takes ages to get to the point, and hypes and hypes what he's going to say next a lot,
like an advertiser
- He tells the audience what they can and cannot do, and says at one point: "There's nothing
we can do", which certainly isn't a good message
Apart from the inconsistencies and clear lies, disinformation etc. WITHIN his oddly rhytmic and paced speech (he keeps taking long pauses and speaks
slowly and carefully instead of with an inspiring conviction that you'd want to listen to).. these things are already red flags that shouldn't go
(As a sidenote, I think he might be using some kind of NLP or hypnosis techniques to make the audience react the way he wants it to)
People what speak the truth and honestly want to inform the masses, and that are blessed by higher entities/dimensions/channels/whatever, would
probably not wear black, as black as a non-color, has the effect of dulling and muffling down everything it encompasses (spiritually speaking), and
also it brings the vibration frequency DOWN.
It's something an evil liar or a demon would wear, or otherwise very lowly-vibrating entity, because they are more comfortable with things that do
not disturb their cozy low-vibe-environment, than things that might LIVEN UP their energies and actually provoke their chakras to function better.
If your chakras are close, you will love black clothes. If your chakras are somewhat open and you want to keep them that way, you may actually like to
wear something more colorful, or even white (white has all colors, black has none of them, to put it simply).
I don't understand why it was OK and cool to wear colorful and white clothes in the eighties, and then suddenly, in the nineties, everyone started
wearing the kind of clothes that usually were reserved for funerals only. If someone from the modern times had appeared in the middle of the eighties
in their black clothes and walked around, people would have pointed at him/her, and thought he/she is going to a funeral or is just somehow crazy or
depressed or one of "those" people ('goths', 'heavy metal listeners', etc. weirdos - though I am not sure the term 'goth' meant the same,
ridiculous thing it means now).
So now suddenly, it's not macho or manly or even allowed for heterosexual men to wear pink. In the eighties, you see many movie and TV stars wearing
pink, no problem. From Sylvester Stallone to Don Johnson to lots of other heterosexual men. No one laughed and pointed and thought they were gay.
Anyway, I am getting derailed by my own thoughts here - in any case, I don't trust people dressing black, when they talk about 'spiritual' things
or anything resembling that stuff. Because of the 'modern trend' to wear black, perhaps many thoughtless people, who don't know any better, wear it
just for the habit, and yet know a lot about a certain topic. If someone talks about computer technology, for example, I don't care what kind of
clothes they wear, because it's purely intellectual topic, and the intellect seems to work fine even if its user wears black clothes. Though I wonder
how much better it would, were the colors coordinated to elevate the chakras a little bit..