posted on Dec, 26 2009 @ 06:09 PM
Once again the members here continue to attack the person and not the information.
First off, David did NOT announce the 27 November Disclosure date. That was done by Bill Ryan of Project Camelot at a conference where David Wilcock
was present. And in his blog David repeatedly said that nothing was set in stone and it was subject to change.
For those who constantly point out the nov 27 date did you actually think disclosure would happen then? If not, then why is it such a big deal to you?
Everyone here knows that disclosure has been predicted countless times before.
People like DW because he offers hope. In the world of conspiracy theories and the like there is a lot of fear and negativity present. DW offers a
view of the conspiracy world with a good ending. Regardless of whether or not he is truly correct in what he says about everything (coming golden age,
ET contact, dismantling of current power structures) it allows people who are absorbed in this information to be totally scared or paranoid that the
government is out to get them.
I think that this overall leads to a better quality of life. If one is constantly living under the idea that the government or some secret society
wants to control and kill you then that puts mental stress on the person. And when one believes that there are forces out to get them that puts ones
mental processes into the "fight or flight" mode. We see this all the time on ATS with talks of revolting against the current power structures via
violence, or on the other hand with people talking about holding up in a cave or bunker somewhere and how to attain enough provisions for survival.
It is my opinion, and that of DW's I believe, that this fight or flight reaction that so many in the conspiracy/paranormal subculture experience is
supported by the NWO/Illuminati factions. They want you to believe they are all powerful, all controlling. Then once you believe that you start only
focusing on yourself and immediate survival (which is a normal human/animal response to such a set of ideas).
However DW posits that not only is the NWO/Illuminati not all powerful, but that they are losing power rapidly. He goes on to further say that forces
of good are responsible for this.
If nothing else, this offers a different approach to the fear-based conspiracy media. This says that life will be good, the evil are falling, and that
all you need to do is focus on love and inner peace and that you will be alright. It is a direct rebuke of the fear based mindset.
This reminds me of something Alex Jones says (note: I do NOT believe much of what Alex Jones says and I think he is a total puppet and CIA disinfo
agent). This notwithstanding, he often speaks of the "infowar" a war for your mind.
In this I do not think he is off base. There are various factions trying to dominate what your mind thinks about what you are focused on. This is why
we have so many advertisements on Television and in other places, it is a prime example of people trying to control your mind. While the illuminati
and world controllers want you to remain in a state of fear and mental repression, DW seeks to have poeple in a state of peace and love and acceptance
of the current moment. This is why I like David Wilcock.
If what he says is true or not we will know shortly, however I choose to have a worldview which helps me live out a peaceful loving existence and thus
a higher quality of life for myself.
Do I myself take everything he says as total fact?! No, however I do read it with an open mind and am open to the possibility that what he says could
be true. Anything is possible.
Anyways, this is my opinion on the matter.