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posted on Jan, 16 2010 @ 03:06 AM
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I am sorry if I have offended you. I do not question your life experiences. Acharya S is a prominent writer and figure of the new age movement who has gathered quite a following. My point was that the new age movement already have leaders and followers, when it becomes the new age religion, the Maitreya will be the leader and people will follow him.

Whether or not it is for real Luciferian related, it just happens that the Luciferian doctrine teaches a very similar idea. The luciferian doctrine is gathered from the works of HP Blavatsky, Albert Pike, Alice Bailey, and so on. Also, I too have had experiences, such as remote viewing successfully and premonition type events, though never contact. If you don't mind me asking, I would like to hear about your experiences.




posted on Jan, 16 2010 @ 03:13 AM
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Another thread started about this today.

Don't know if you saw it yet,but I'm sure you'll want to!

"Maitreya Steps Forward"
www.abovetopsecret.com...

[edit on 16-1-2010 by On the Edge]



posted on Jan, 16 2010 @ 04:04 AM
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ah man now I'm not gonna get any sleep.. haha. There is so much to talk about in your post. Also I can't claim that I am so knowledgeable and I am always trying to learn more. I think we will both benefit much from each other through discussion.

Believe it or not I also agree with the communications with extra-dimensional entities idea. According to HP Blavatsky and co, she was channeling entities she called the Ascended Masters. One specific one was called Master Morya. In fact, that is supposedly where all of the Theosophical doctrines come from.


Aleister Crowley also allegedly channeled many entities. One notable instance is that he supposedly wrote The Book of the Law [aka The Law of Thelema] in three days in one hour intervals in or near the great pyramids while channeling an entity called Aiwass. In another instance, he supposedly contacted another extra dimensional entity he called Lam and drew a portrait of it:

I don't know how to make pictures show up.. but here's the link


The Law of Thelema can be found in the following link:
www.sacred-texts.com...

If you haven't read it, I would suggest to check it out.. it is extremely creepy and cryptic.


Alice Bailey also channeled entities.

She described the majority of her work as having been telepathically dictated to her by a "Master of the Wisdom," initially referred to only as "the Tibetan," or by the initials "D.K.," later identified as "Djwhal Khul." Her followers refer to her writings as The Alice A. Bailey material, or sometimes, as the AAB material.

www.absoluteastronomy.com...

[If you scroll over "Masters of the Wisdom" on the website, it will have an auto-definition, and it will be of "Ascended Master." So Masters of the Wisdom refers to the same thing as Helena Blavatsky's Ascended Masters.]


Another person is Helena Roerich, wife of mystic and painter Nicholas Roerich, the man who allegedly had the "Stone of Destiny" in his possession and also influenced the obverse side of the US seal to be placed on the dollar bill. There is also a museum in New York named after him.


It was also Roerich's suggestion that the U.S. dollar bill contain the Great Seal of the United States known for the depiction of the Great Pyramid on the obverse of the Seal.

www.knowledgerush.com...

Helena Roerich also channeled Master Morya, the same entity Helena Blavatsky was channeling.

Both she and her husband had a leaning toward Theosophy, and soon after their marriage she came into contact with Master Morya, the teacher whom Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, the co-founder of the Theosophical Society, had heralded as the primary source of theosophical teachings.

www.encyclopedia.com...


Also much of occult literature speaks of conjuring entities. People who immediately come to mind are Eliphas Levi and Dr. Faust.

I will quote from Manly P. Hall's book

A well-known magician of the Middle Ages was Dr. Johannes Faustus, more commonly known as Dr. Faust. By a study of magical writings he was enabled to bind to his service an elemental who served him for many years in various capacities. Strange legends are told concerning the magical powers possessed by Dr. Faust. Upon one occasion the philosopher, being apparently in a playful mood, threw his mantle over a number of eggs in a market-woman's basket, causing them to hatch instantly. At another time, having fallen overboard from a small boat, he was picked up and returned to the craft with his clothes still dry. But, like nearly all other magicians, Dr. Faust came at length to disaster; he was found one morning with a knife in his back, and it was commonly believed that his familiar spirit had murdered him. Although Goethe's Dr. Faust is generally regarded as merely a fictional character, this old magician actually lived during the sixteenth century. Dr. Faust wrote a book describing his experiences with spirits, a section of which is reprinted below. (Dr. Faust must not be confused with Johann Fust, the printer.)


Manly P. Hall, Secret Teachings of All Ages [pg. 273]
books.google.com...

Hall also provides excepts from the actual Book of Dr. Faust [1524]

He also writes of Eliphas Levi conjuring entities.

When Eliphas Levi invoked the spirit of Apollonius of Tyana, what did he hope to accomplish? Is the gratification of curiosity a motive sufficient to warrant the devotion of an entire lifetime to a dangerous and unprofitable pursuit? If the living Apollonius refused to divulge his secrets to the profane, is there any probability that after death he would disclose them to the curious-minded? Levi himself did not dare to assert that the specter which appeared to him was actually the great philosopher, for Levi realized only too well the proclivity of elementals to impersonate those who have passed on. The majority of modern mediumistic apparitions are but elemental creatures masquerading through bodies composed of thought substance supplied by the very persons desiring to behold these wraiths of decarnate beings.

[pg. 271]

Also interestingly Aleister Crowley claimed to be the reincarnation of Eliphas Levi. He was born 6 months after the death of Eliphas Levi, meaning he was in the womb when Levi died.

Oh yeah and of course Benjamin Creme is also a medium for the "Ascended Masters" apparently.. and he also is connected to Blavatsky and Theosophy.

I would love to hear what you have to say about this and other info that you may have regarding this subject, specifically the regarding OTO, which I am somewhat familiar with but not quite. I just know that it is connected to Crowley and that they try to contact extra dimensional entities.

Ok that's all I got for now.. so tired.

[edit on 16-1-2010 by italkyoulisten]



posted on Jan, 16 2010 @ 05:32 AM
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Well you've provided a lot more reading for me here. lol. And that's cool, I'm enjoying reading about these topics again, after taking a couple months off. I'm already aware of some of the info you've linked and quoted. Although much of it is new to me. And I will certainly visit the links you provided.

Just a few points and questions for you. I'm sure you're aware of what "magick" is then: en.wikipedia.org...

How about Kabbalah? I've found from reading about the occult that the various occult beliefs are quite intertwined, and the one thing they have in common is the belief in the ability of an individual to obtain energy and power from "god", or what they perceive to be God.

Also, are you aware of sex magick? Hopefully you're also aware of Jack Parsons. If not, here's another Wiki link: en.wikipedia.org... How about Babalon Working, the OTO, and L. Ron Hubbard (the founder of Scientology). If not, definitely read that info on Parsons.

My personal opinion on these occult practices is that the goal, through ritualistic acts, is to communicate with extra-dimensional beings. Admittedly, I am not interested in the exact details of rituals (ie. sex magick), and thus am lacking in information on exactly what the process entails. But the bottom line is, I see this as demonic possession. To me, what these people practice is nothing short of Satanism.

So I'm curious to know what your stance is on this. I believe you said to someone else in an earlier post that you're not a Christian. What do you think of these occult beliefs? Obviously we agree that they do hold some truths and powers, but I also believe this comes with deception and demonic control. (Demon being one of the many names given to the extra-dimensional entities). And where do aliens fit into this for you? For example, Crowley's Lam.

Well, anyway, I'm heading to sleep pretty quick here. So I won't be able to respond in detail to your last post right away. But thanks for the info, I'll check out the links as soon as I can, and hopefully we can keep discussing these topics.



posted on Jan, 16 2010 @ 12:21 PM
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Originally posted by italkyoulisten
reply to post by Annee
 


I am sorry if I have offended you. I do not question your life experiences. Acharya S is a prominent writer and figure of the new age movement who has gathered quite a following. My point was that the new age movement already have leaders and followers, when it becomes the new age religion, the Maitreya will be the leader and people will follow him.

Whether or not it is for real Luciferian related, it just happens that the Luciferian doctrine teaches a very similar idea. The luciferian doctrine is gathered from the works of HP Blavatsky, Albert Pike, Alice Bailey, and so on. Also, I too have had experiences, such as remote viewing successfully and premonition type events, though never contact. If you don't mind me asking, I would like to hear about your experiences.


Thank you. Not offended. Just standing up for myself.

There are false prophets in all beliefs - - not just New Age. And there really is no New Age Religion. New Age is simply a hodge-podge of selected feel goods from ancient beliefs.

Honestly - I have no idea who Maitreya is. I've heard it - but don't know and have no interest.

I do not read. My guides who have been with me since birth - - - tell me to listen only to them because there are many false prophets. They tell me not to read anything they personally do not guide me to.

So I have no idea of those people you mentioned.

Spirituality and being "of god" - - - is not really New Age. Being "of god" - - knowing every thought is an action in our energy consciousness requires the individual to be personally responsible for their effect on the whole.

It is internal - - not external as organized religions tend to be.

I do agree many follow belief's blindly. All beliefs. Many let themselves be lured by man/woman - - rather then trust in themselves and their own consciousness - - which is the consciousness of god.



posted on Jan, 16 2010 @ 12:42 PM
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Originally posted by italkyoulisten

A lot of people ask when this is going to happen and how they will accomplish the visions of the Night of a Thousand Stars, and the events that will point to the days when it will begin.


What is being referred to as "the Night of a Thousand Stars?" Is this the holographic show? Is one image that of a thousand stars?

I have been doing my own personal research and stumbled upon project blue beam. Back in 97 my family & I saw some really strange things in the night sky. My searches have led me to believe what we saw was possibly related to HAARP/ project blue beam or military experiments.

There is a secure, remote ARCO facility within eye shot. Northern lights accompanied our sighting, something we rarely see. ARCO & HAARP technology/northern lights are connected.

The holographic imagery aspect of project blue beam is something I have considered. This “night of a thousand stars” really strikes a chord for me. Aside from the northern lights we saw a "star show" of sorts. I searched for natural phenomena that might cause this without much luck. I started a couple threads about our sighting but got little response.

We know the military plays around quite a bit in our neck of the woods. We tried to reasonably explain what we saw. I found your thread very interesting it looks like I have a lot of reading to do. I had never heard of "the night of a thousand stars before." Thanks for the links/info.



posted on Jan, 16 2010 @ 03:35 PM
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The Night of a Thousand stars is referring to the space show, yes. In Share International terms, it is the Day of Declaration. What you have posted is very interesting. Allow me to ask, at what kind of latitude did you live at when you saw the northern light type phenomena? They normally only happen at the poles, which I'm sure you already know, so if you lived anywhere not at the poles it is definitely worth looking into.

Could you also explain what you meant by the star show?



posted on Jan, 16 2010 @ 04:06 PM
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Ok so out of the things that you've mentioned, I am familiar with the Kabbala but I am not exactly sure as to how it works. I just know that it is Jewish mysticism/magic, and is one of the more ancient forms. I am also familiar with the fact that all the occult schools are interrelated, although some attribute slightly varying properties to the same symbols.

Yes I am also aware of sex magick. However, I am not very familiar with them, nor am I familiar with the goals of sex magick.. I sort of figured them to be celebrations of fertility and such, but I haven't really look very deep into this area. If you have good info I would like to know. Also I've not heard of Babalon Working, and I am not very acquainted with L Ron Hubbard's occult connections. I am familiar somewhat with the OTO but I don't really see how it fits into the grand scheme and how it connects to bigger organizations that influence the everyday world, other than that Jack Parsons was OTO and a famous rocket scientist.

My understanding is that all religions are interrelated as well, which is why I don't call myself a Christian. I like to study all religions and philosophies. All religions protect profound inner truths regarding reality that are hidden by allegories and stories of gods and goddesses [the esoteric]. The occult is also the study of these inner truths.

My stance on this stuff is that I am fairly certain that there is indeed power in these rites and rituals and that people can summon these entities. But it is never in the best interest because according to pretty much all occult texts regarding this subject, they all warn that it is very dangerous and that the summoned spirit cannot be tamed and will likely turn against their master. They almost always tell the practitioner to use some sort of protection sigil. So in a way, it is very similar to the demon/satan idea, except these spirits are called Elementals. Also, apparently there are higher, benevolent extra dimensional beings as well, but they are fewer and harder to contact..

Manly P Hall put it best when he wrote [I quoted it in the earlier post, but will put here for convenience and relevance]:

When Eliphas Levi invoked the spirit of Apollonius of Tyana, what did he hope to accomplish? Is the gratification of curiosity a motive sufficient to warrant the devotion of an entire lifetime to a dangerous and unprofitable pursuit? If the living Apollonius refused to divulge his secrets to the profane, is there any probability that after death he would disclose them to the curious-minded? Levi himself did not dare to assert that the specter which appeared to him was actually the great philosopher, for Levi realized only too well the proclivity of elementals to impersonate those who have passed on. The majority of modern mediumistic apparitions are but elemental creatures masquerading through bodies composed of thought substance supplied by the very persons desiring to behold these wraiths of decarnate beings.

Secret Teachings of All Ages [pg. 271]

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posted on Jan, 16 2010 @ 04:10 PM
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I think it is best to learn as much as possible from every point of view. I suggest that you do read up on some of the information, and on the Maitreya and Share International.


There are false prophets in all beliefs - - not just New Age. And there really is no New Age Religion. New Age is simply a hodge-podge of selected feel goods from ancient beliefs.


This is true [in regard to hodge-podge of feel goods from ancient beliefs]. However, I contend that when enough people follow this philosophy, the Movement will grow into a Religion.

Other than this I believe we are in agreement with each other.



Also here is another excerpt from Project Bluebeam, which is perhaps worth looking into as well..


In 1974, for instance, researcher G. F. Shapits, said of one of the research proposals that, '...in this investigation it will be shown that the spoken words of the hypnotist may also be converted by electromagnetic energy directly and to the subconscious part of the human brain without employing any mechanical device for receiving or transcording the message, and without the person exposed to such influence having a chance to control the information input consciously. It may be expected that the rationalized behavior will be considered to have been taken out of their own free will.'

Anyone investigating so-called 'channelling' phenomena right now would be wise to take this area of research into consideration. It will be noted that those who think of themselves as 'channellers' has escalated rapidly since this type of research was conducted. It is uncanny how similar their messages are, despite which entity they claim to be their source of divine guidance.

www.educate-yourself.org...

[edit on 16-1-2010 by italkyoulisten]



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 02:35 AM
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Thanks so much for the info. Another piece of the puzzle falls into place.

My latitude is 37.63°N. I am in the southern part of Colorado at an altitude of 7000-8000 ft. We've seen northern lights only twice at this location in 86 & 97. I think it's our altitude that allows us to see them on occasion Idk. It's not common.

As far as the "star show" the evening began with a call from my husband about funny lights in the sky. His next call was hard to understand he was going on about "glitter" in the sky. He drives for a living and is on the roads until late. We saw a large oval cluster of a "thousand stars." It was hanging in the northwestern sky above a nearby mountain. It was very distinct and bright. A little later we saw the largest meteor we've ever seen, again in that same area. At the end of the night we were treated to a full blown display of northern lights. We had a whole week of strangeness after that first night. We found two other people who saw strange lights that week.

For all this to happen was just too much of a coincidence. Something was going on down here. You can find a thread on my profile page that goes into greater detail about the rest of the week. I've done countless searches for star clusters. Most are only visible using telescopes. What we saw was clear to the naked eye.

From what I've read about HAARP, energy is focused on an area in the atmosphere, not getting too technical here, it heats up expands and bubbles out. This area is referred to as a mirror or lens. ARCO was banking on using this technology as a more cost effective way of transporting energy from remote regions. For whatever reason it didn't pan out ARCO sold the patent off to DOD.

Ok here is what I'm wondering. If HAARP technology does in fact create a "lens" could we have possibly caught a glimpse through that lens due to our altitude? Could that explain the oval star cluster? If HAARP experiments did take place at the remote ARCO location we would have front row seats. Testing of HAARP technology was going on in 97 but I haven't found evidence of tests in Colorado. Tesla thought Colorado might have an advantage due to the altitude.

Is it possible project blue beam could utilize such a lens for its broadcast? Could be some yet unknown natural phenomenon I've overlooked. At this point I don't know what to believe. "The Night of a Thousand Stars" I couldn't have described it better. Thanks again for that. I've been searching a long time that's a nice nugget.



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 05:35 AM
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All I know to say when reading these posts is that, you are right to be disturbed at the bizarre developments of our society.

I just don't get how it could have got to this point.

It's not really that good of a plan. Too easy for sharp minds to tear apart.

GJ exposing this stuff that weird people are planning to try to hoax people with. If this has any truth to it you are doing people a service.


If it is all just a huge misunderstanding, than I suppose it doesn't matter as tomorrow we will all still go about our days as normal anyway. So really it's a win win. We are prepared in case it happens, and nothing bad happens if the scenario never plays out.



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 06:26 AM
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Excellent thread OP. Very well written and engaging.

For the sake of argument, is all of the text regarding Project Bluebeam by Serge Monast?

If so, then doesn't this whole thing hang on whether or not Serge Monast was telling the truth, or was a charlatan?


Another thing occurs to me:

If this is true, then this knowledge of the Bluebeam plan by TPTB give us a chance of resisting it.

However, what if in an alternate scenario TPTB know of the true second coming and that it will manifest in the way described here, how might they go about sabotaging this Second Coming???

Well, they could leak disinfo about [a fictitious] Project Bluebeam, with [fictitious] abilities to telepathically make us think God is communicating with us. This would discredit the authentic experience of this event, creating at least a hardcore of fanatics believing this God is a fake....


Don't take this the wrong way, well done on a great, fascinating thread. But if it indeed does all hang on the writing of the late Serge Monast (whomever he may have been), then we should, as ever, consider the flip-side of the ideas presented here.





BTW, I hope you go ahead with a thread regarding the remarkable, if highly insidious writings of Blavatsky. If nothing else she was an original thinker and her links with the Tibetan hierarchy are very disturbing (since she was an inspiration for powerful Nazis and the Tibetans are people i have a lot of respect for; these are opposing spheres of reasoning to my mind, yet here they appear horribly conjoined).


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FYI: As far back as 1981 genius author J.G. Ballard wrote a dystopian sci-fi novel set in a post apocalyptic USA called 'HELLO AMERICA'. It features giant, ultra-real projections, hundreds of meters high in the desert outside of Las Vegas (the inference can be made to 'Area 51').

Ballard described HAARP 29 years ago.... It's a great read - highly recommended.



[edit on 17-1-2010 by McGinty]



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 09:53 AM
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Originally posted by italkyoulisten
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I think it is best to learn as much as possible from every point of view. I suggest that you do read up on some of the information, and on the Maitreya and Share International.


There are false prophets in all beliefs - - not just New Age. And there really is no New Age Religion. New Age is simply a hodge-podge of selected feel goods from ancient beliefs.


This is true [in regard to hodge-podge of feel goods from ancient beliefs]. However, I contend that when enough people follow this philosophy, the Movement will grow into a Religion.



I'm here (on ATS) - I'm reading your thread. I read - but I read what I am led to read. And I read from my perspective.

Is it really necessary to read so many of man's words in regards to these matters. In your reading - you choose what to believe and what to reject.

I channel through my own guides.

Religion? Well - religion can be anything. The accumulation of same energy thought affects the whole. So the more people who believe a certain way will have more effect.



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 05:49 PM
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That is extremely interesting. I also checked out your thread..

So from what I understand about HAARP, it can beam its energy to any location on the earth because the ionosphere acts as a mirror, like you were saying for that kind of energy. This is why we can receive AM radio from the other side of the world. Sorry I can't think of much more to offer for now... but I will let you know if I find anything!



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 05:56 PM
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Yes, but you have also chosen to accept your contacts' words as truth. I am not so gifted to have such experiences, so I must read. The way I see it, the more one reads, the more apt they are at separating the truths from fiction. The more points of views one is acquainted with, the closer one is to seeing the truth, which is usually something in between..

Also, the Maitreya claims that when he reveals himself to the world, he will speak directly to the souls of all humans on the planet. Basically everyone will be a conduit for his message. Channeling.



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 06:07 PM
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Thank you! But yes, all of Project Blue Beam was released by Serge Monast. It is just interesting how it fits so perfectly with the Maitreya agenda. Also, I don't see why he would lie, because the information he presented was so seemingly ludicrous that if he were lying he would've make it more believable.

When I first read about Project Blue Beam a few years ago, I thought it was junk. However, so much of what he says correlates with what is happening now and the Maitreya agenda, it begs the question, what if he is telling the truth? Unfortunately we can't ask him now, because he is dead. The purpose of this thread isn't to say that Project Blue Beam is completely true, but to let people realize the connections, so IF it turned out to be true, they would be less likely to be fooled.

What you are saying about Project Blue Beam being faked so when the real second coming or whatever happens, people would think it is fake, could be true. However, due to the fact that this information has been so kept down, it seems more likely for me that the Maitreya will be a false coming.



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 08:03 PM
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Originally posted by italkyoulisten
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Yes, but you have also chosen to accept your contacts' words as truth. I am not so gifted to have such experiences, so I must read.


I am aware of that. I have been challenged on whether they are telling me the truth or not. Its kind of based on a 60+ year track record.

I do not want to hi-jack your thread with my "beliefs". I will say I tend to lean toward the Terra Papers. I believe there is more reality in ancient myths then not. I believe the War in Heaven was a real war.

War is political. Politics has many sides - all thinking they are right. It is very possible - we are not on the same side. Gonna stop there.

I am fully enjoying your thread -- and will be reading all info you have provided.

Thank you for providing an interesting and thought provoking thread.



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 08:42 PM
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Came across an article questioning whether the Bill Gates Foundation is involved in the Lucia Trust.

www.theroadtoemmaus.org...



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 09:48 PM
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"Dear friends,do not believe every spirit,but test to see whether they are from God,because many false prophets have gone out into the world. This is how you can recognize the Spirit of God:Every spirit that acknowledges that Jesus Christ has come in the flesh is from God,but every spirit that does not acknowledge Jesus is not from God. This is the spirit of the antichrist,which you have heard is coming and even now is in the world."
1 John 4:1-3

"They are from the world and therefore speak from the viewpoint of the world,and the world listens to them." 1 John 4:5

This is what Christians need to remember. If they preach any way to the Father other than through Jesus,beware!(It doesn't sound as though the Maitreya speaks about any of this,nor any need for salvation,etc...)

What concerns me about all this on a larger scale is the effect of "Less than Lethal" weaponry,and our ability to fight that. Being aware of it is one thing,and that helps,but it is a serious threat.

I'm putting my faith in the Lord to shield me from such deceptions,if I am around when the time comes. I think we're all under attack even now,some of us more than others, whether we realize it or not. Project Bluebeam is probably the Grand Finale!



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 10:16 PM
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I know this subject is nothing new to ATS. Just a reminder!


From www.illuminati-news.com...


Definition of psychotronic (psycho-physical) weapons.

Psychotronic Weapons (PF- weapons) this is the totality of all possible methods and means (techno-genic, suggestive, pharmacological, paranormal, complexes, and others) of hidden, forced influences on the psyche of a person for the purpose of modifying his consciousness, behavior and health for what is desired in the way of influencing aspects of control..." This is not only dangerous, this is deadly!"

Actually, the goal of mind control is to access those areas of the brain that are outside of the conscious control of the individual by circumventing the normal inhibiting response of the cerebral cortex: “an individual’s voluntary conscious self-control must be bypassed or short-circuited.” This unconscious coercion is done through electromagnetic-wave bombardment of the brain, .i.e. bombarding of the brain with low-frequency radio waves. These airborne waves can travel over distances and are known to change the behavior of animals and humans in their path. Such remote control makes possible potentially frightening uses for altering the brain’s functioning. These are invisible and deadly waves. This waves goes directly to the subconscious parts of the human brain for receiving or transcoding the messages and without the person exposed to such influence having a chance to control the information input consciously. This can alter a person thoughts, emotions, and behavior. To achieve truly lasting mind control requires the creation of “profound and deep emotional states.” Recommended are fear, shock and anxiety, which have “an intense disinhibitive effect on the human brain.” What this means, in essence, is that emotional trauma facilitates the accessing of dissociative states. In order to disable the brain’s "cortical block," Verdier recommends alcohol, euphoric drugs, isolation, solitary confinement, and - "the most dramatic and unique item in the brainwashing arsenal" - hypnosis. All of these are methods that have been extensively tested by the CIA under the rubric of the MK-ULTRA program.



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