My personal warning would be to watch out for those who seek to take advantage of this feeling. They want to capitalise on those feelings of
loneliness and fear and there are many here who claim to be awake, but have in fact just been roused into half awake, half asleep, and many of those
people end up swapping one prison for another.
Be careful of groups and "leaders". There's absolutely nothing wrong with listening to people like David Icke and David Wilcox and Alex Jones. They
have plenty to say that's worth listening to, but don't follow them. Don't hang on their every word. Don't swap one set of beliefs you never
questioned for another. There have been several threads I've read over the years here with someone saying about how this speaker's views conflict
with another, and they don't know who to believe.
Nobody has all the answers, all any of us has is a bit of the elephant that we're trying to define. Even those of us who have maybe stumbled onto
something resembling the truth has trawled a load of garbage along with it. It's inevitable, there's lies everywhere. Don't throw the baby out with
the bath water, and refuse to accept anything someone says just because you don't agree with some of it.
In the case of David Icke, a lot of people get completely put off because of his talks on the Queen being a lizard. Now, I don't know how honest
David Icke is. I don't know how much of what he says is true, and how much is an intended deception, and how much is a deception handed to him that
he's been suckered by. Same with all the rest of them. But that doesn't matter. You ought to be questioning Everything. Nothing should be taken on
face value, and don't trust the internet, either to confirm or deny anything. Web pages are one of the easiest things in the world to create, and
they can be created to confirm lies, or to cast doubt on someone who's speaking the truth.
If you truely are awake, then you've enough wit about you to figure out that you've been lied to. Use that wit. Use your own discernment and
properly free yourself. Don't accept anyone else's truth. Find your own, it's the only truth that has any value. If you still need someone in a
white coat to stand infront of a tv camera with a clipboard and confirm what happened on 9/11, or whether or not there's life in the universe, or
whether or not the Elenin story smells fishier than Portavogie harbour, then you don't need to worry about falling back to sleep, because you never
Fear is the key. When human beings are in a state of fear, they herd. They're easier to control, easier to manipulate. When they have you fearing
for your life, for the lives of your family, your children, your pet poodle, they can control you, predict your actions. If you're stocking up on
expensive dried food and guns, you're acting out of fear, and you're behaving exactly how they want you to. You've just made yourself easy to spot.
They know where you live. They know what you'll do when the do do hits the fan, and they're ready for you.
I don't know what's coming. I don't have a stockpile of dried food. I don't have guns. I don't have a bug out bag. I'm not yelling through the
streets that the sky is falling down. But I've never been more ready for whatever's coming than I am now. I am not this body. I am not this crude,
fleshy matter that withers and dies. I am an immortal being, I always was and I always will be. So bring it on, I've faced worse, and I will again.
I'm awake, and I'm staying awake, and I'm not afraid.
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