reply to post by Serizawa
In my experiences, the people who i found to be truly awake seemed to be in depression. They had nothing to lose but everything to gain and small
things like mainstream music, TV, newspapers, social sites etc...did not appeal to them. I found this striking since the depressed individuals would
not socialize often, therefore they did not have to impress their colleagues and contribute to the 'Twilight' chitter chatter of the sleeping sheep.
You are so right here. I consider my own self "awake," at least to what is going on in my world. I used to be a happy man too, I was an car man, an
automotive tech and very good at my job, in demand even. The money I made could buy things, neat things like Muscle cars and the finest of whiskey,
and there were women too. My awakening began when I had a roll over crash in a semi/tanker truck, which placed me on my back for a very long time
after, with plenty of time to read. This was long before my computer days, and forums like this one. That was the first awakening, finding out
everything I thought I thought I knew to be fact, was in fact wrong, and mostly a lie is hard to bear at first. Then the computers came, and
repairing them just did not fill the empty left where the "truth" used to be in me. I began to have daylight visions of a magnitude that totally
freaked me out, visions of future events so frightening that I still have some trouble wrapping my mind around them.
I live in a small town filled with Christians who are trying to get each other to attend this or that church, and to save all of the sinners here, all
the time believing their dead godman was going to come save them before the crap really hits the fan. Oh, we have a little town forum here, and I do
my best to wake everyone, but, sadly, once one even mentions ET, UFOs, (we have sightings here frequently) or that it was the Annunaki who created our
bodied and not their god, I lose them, and there is no going back. Its is depressing, not to have anyone to talk to on such things, to discuss theory
and ideas for a better life in another dimension. I have some friends I email with, they feel the same, we are the few, they are the many. The sheep
may never wake up, and it is not our job to do so, everyone has to wake up, and everyone WILL wake up, whether they want to or not, it will happen.
The only thing that keeps me going is the knowledge that my mission here is not over yet, and will not be over until I draw my last human breath. I
know what to do when that comes, and know where I am headed, and who will be there with me. So the rest of the world can go fish. They will be
depressed too, in a short time. Thanks, OP.