So I've seen a lot of stuff about the New World Order, and the Illuminati etc, over the last couple of years. I've seen Esoteric Agenda, (and
Kymatica, which truthfully I liked more) and saw Albert Pike's quote about atheism, and the Georgia Guidestones, etc etc.
All of this caused me to slowly begin to engage in some deep thought about the whole thing, and the hold it has on people. Here's what I came up
This organisation, or conspiracy, or cabal, or whatever you want to call it, primarily seeks to rule via fear. I think that's been pretty clear to
most of us. So that got me thinking some more. What's my absolute greatest fear? What's the one fear that (as an adult) completely dominates my
behaviour, to the point where I don't have much control over it?
Death. Mortality. The knowledge that one day, I'm unavoidably going to die, and there's nothing whatever that I can do about it; and the belief that
after that, there's absolutely nothing at all.
Something else that's interesting, that you might have noticed. The NWO didn't really come out of the closet, and kick into high gear, until atheism
had at least nominally replaced Christianity. The main reason why that's interesting, is because what it essentially means is that most people have
gone from believing that they were going to Hell when they died, to believing that they were simply going to be annihilated entirely. It's one of the
cornerstones of child psychology, that a child will prefer negative reinforcement or scenarios, to absolutely none at all.
So that's what death means to most of us now.
You don't go to Heaven, you don't go to Hell, you don't go to the Happy Hunting Grounds. There's absolutely nothing at all. People in the past at
least had Hell to look forward to. It might have been unspeakably horrible, but hey, at least it was something.
That we are therefore engaged in a mad scramble to do literally anything we can whatsoever to avoid death, is entirely logical, predictable, and
understandable. That's also, then, the single most powerful hold that the NWO can possibly have over us.
They know we don't want to die as a result of, (fill in the blank; terrorist bombing, car crash, train crash, poisoning, you name it) so
they tell us that in exchange for our rights and freedoms, they will do everything they can to protect us from literally every form of death we can
Stop and think for a moment, about this. How often do you hear, now, constantly, in the media, politicians talking about how they're going to protect
us from something, but they just need a little more of our freedom to do it. They just need to empower the police a little more, and then we'll be
We live with the attitude that we're like Tolkien's Elves; that we're immortal unless we get killed by external action. As though if we just keep
ourselves physically safe, we will live forever. If only that were true; but it isn't. You're still going to die at some point.
So what I propose, then, is that we somehow figure out how to get over the fear of death. I'm not suggesting, however, for one moment, that I
personally have any idea of how to do this. Death is my own greatest fear, as mentioned; it has noticeably put a strain on my heart to simply write
this post, because of the degree of thought about my own death that it has necessitated. I am utterly, uncontrollably terrified of it; and that
is exactly how the New World Order people want me to be.
Here's what I actually think could work. We need to start using our knowledge of death's inevitability to our advantage. If we know we're going to
die eventually, irrespective of whether the NWO "protects," us or not, then their protection becomes worthless; because all said protection then
ultimately means, is that it changes the place and time, the conditions, of when we're going to die. It doesn't change the inevitable fact that
we are going to die.
If we do this, we will stop being afraid of all of the bogeymen that the NWO tries to throw at us, to make us beg for protection. We won't care about
supposed Islamic bomb threats, or whatever else, anywhere near as much...because we're going to die eventually, anyway.
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You are hitting on the truth found in the Bible. An overriding message of Jesus was, "Do not fear." He said this many times. We are to overcome
the world with the (s)word of truth. Love is that sword. Love conquers all. The answer is there and has been since the beginning. When the veil of
the temple was torn, this signifies that our consciousness can finally start to see beyond the veil of the law. The law was our custodian until we
were able to see past the veil of the law into the real law of love.
The brilliant thing about ATS is that context is easily produced in our minds to connect the truth found in the Bible. You are in a frame of mind to
see context at this moment. Connect your context to the OP with these few verses. Realize that the Bible is filled with these connections when we
have a platform of context worthy of the truth.
23 Before the coming of this faith, we were held in custody under the law, locked up until the faith that was to come would be revealed. 24 So the
law was our guardian until Christ came that we might be justified by faith. 25 Now that this faith has come, we are no longer under a guardian.
26 So in Christ Jesus you are all children of God through faith, 27 for all of you who were baptized (reborn into the spirit) into Christ have
clothed yourselves with Christ. 28 There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in
Christ Jesus. 29 If you belong to Christ, then you are Abraham’s seed, and heirs according to the promise. (EQUALITY as opposed to objectivism -
The result of love)
1 What I am saying is that as long as an heir is underage, he is no different from a slave, although he owns the whole estate. 2 The heir is subject
to guardians and trustees until the time set by his father. 3 So also, when we were underage, we were in slavery under the elemental spiritual forces
of the world. 4 But when the set time had fully come, God sent his Son, born of a woman, born under the law, 5 to redeem those under the law, that we
might receive adoption to sonship. 6 Because you are his sons, God sent the Spirit of his Son into our hearts, the Spirit who calls out, “Abba,
Father.” 7 So you are no longer a slave, but God’s child; and since you are his child, God has made you also an heir.
Here is a really important piece of information: Abram was renamed to Abraham when he made the sacrifice of his son as commanded by God. This is an
illusion to the sacrifice of self to God in humility. God provided a lamb as a substitution in this case, allowing the son to live. Abram was
renamed to Abraham by the addition of the Hebrew letter 'Hey'. The Ancient Hebrew pictograph for 'Hey' is a man with his arms outstretched to
God. The verses above said, "the Spirit who calls out, “Abba, Father." The point is that we need to call out to God before we can be saved. We
must recognize our need in humility, apart form our own pride and selfish natures.
LINK to the Ancient Hebrew. Take a look at this website and realize that the entire story of
man is told by the letters and root morphology of the Hebrew language. There are no mistakes with this.
Originally posted by SuperiorEd
The verses above said, "the Spirit who calls out, “Abba, Father." The point is that we need to call out to God before we can be saved. We must
recognize our need in humility, apart form our own pride and selfish natures.
This is very true. It is primarily the ego, the root of such pride and selfish nature, that fears death.
I don't care about death, in fact I will welcome it, it is a natural process we all must face at some stage, whether it IS terror attack, alien
invasion or falling asleep when I'm old.
I don't care, what I do care about though is someone who we put in charge to help us along our lives trying to hurry us along to our finality for
nothing more than profit.
I have no fear of death at all. It is a matter of knowing what is to come. It has to do with God and what you believe, and from that faith in what you
Matters not what others think. I am an RN and have seen people die hard, and seen them die easy. Those with a strong faith in God die easy. I
will not go into the terror of those who do not know the outcome of their own demise. Death is nothing more than moving from this world into a world
we have yet to see. Simply believing in God is not enough to remove your fear of death. Even the demons believe in God....
"You believe that there is one God. Good! Even the demons believe that-and shudder." James 2:19
So why do so many fear death? Because regardless of what they believe; deep down inside they do know the truth. God does exist. They look for
all manor of excuse to explain him away so that they may do as they wish with no repercussions. But there will be repercussions, and as one nears
death it becomes obvious. Men are without excuse
“For since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities--his eternal power and divine nature--have been clearly seen, being understood from
what has been made, so that men are without excuse.” Romans 1:20
I am also without excuse. But I am forgiven having believed and asked for that forgiveness, I fear neither man, nor death. We are all without
excuse. But not all of us are forgiven. That is something you must seek and ask for. All of these things take away the fear of death. A man knows the
truth of a thing. He knows God is there. It is a matter of the heart. Not the mind. No delusion in the world can remove the fact that God's invisible
qualities are very clearly seen. If you fear death, seek God out and your fear will change into peace.
It is a great point you make. Death is the only certainty in life so it does seam a bit silly to get all upset about it. Part of the reason is the
basic survival instinct, if a species did not try and avoid death then there is a good chance they would just go extinct. Even a worm tries to avoid
and wiggle away from predators.
To overcome this fear it does take a desire to do so, not something that everyone has. Being exposed and becoming familiar with the effect fear has on
you helps in knowing what to expect and preparing to change your focus when it hits. After working in factory farms and being involved with a lot of
death has helped in developing a better understanding of it. Start to take more awareness and respect with all the death you cause, killing insects,
weeding plants, fishing or hunting your own food, the environmental damage behind the products we buy. As you start to become more aware of just how
pervasive death is it does become easier to accept.
I fear not having "lived" much more than dying. The system is set up so we are slaves to money and "safety" in every way. They want us to be slaves to
that system so we are imprisoned, detained, controlled without being conscious of it. Comfortably numb. So F the system and let your spirit be free.
No regrets. It is a war on your mind. Don't let fear and hate warp your brain, the way "they" want it to.
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I find the older I get ,that I don't fear death as much, due to my faith in God.
The fear for my children & loved ones is a far greater fear, so these fears eclipse the fear of my own mortality.
But again, it is my faith in God that allows me to find peace in even these fears.
After 30 years of anxiety/panic attacks where I was afraid of just about EVERYTHING, I can honestly say that that debilitating fear has dissipated, &
been replaced with trust & faith that God will take care of us all always.
Words can't describe the peace ,that has always eluded me, that I now experience.
In order to ever really live life you must first embrace death. This is my motto to live by everyday that I wake up. I am an adrenaline junky, having
worked at unbelievable depths while working as a deepwater welder in an environment where the slightest problem could cost me my life. You can never
really appreciate what it means to be alive until you have faced death. Many of my family members have asked me why I do it and whether or not I have
My response to them is that we are all dying from the moment we are born. It is what you do with your time on earth between the two great journies
of birth and death that is important and define your meaning and purpose in life. I have spent many nights lying awake and pondering the meaning and
purpose of life and why we were born to only, ultimately die. I believe that we are all creatures of God and that we are on earth to learn from our
experiences during our time here. Many people waste away their lives and refuse to experience all that life can be because they have a consuming fear
of death. To me that is the biggest waste that can ever be allowed to happen.
I was once asked by an uncle why I don't fear death. I replied to him and asked if he feared being born. He looked at me with a bewildered look and
said he didn't understand the question. I explained to him that in my opinion death in this world is nothing more than being born into the next world
and there should be no fear of it.
What good does it do a person to live for 80 years yet during those 80 years on earth they refuse to experience all that life could be simply because
they fear something that is every bit as natural and neccesarry as birth? So many people today fail to experience life because of their fear of dying,
yet there is no reason to fear what is natural. I am currently 38 years old and while I do not wish to die tomorrow if I did I would do so knowing
that for me my life was not a waste and that I spent everyday embracing life as well as death and did not waste my time on earth.
Our modern society has been overwhelmed with the idea of protecting us from anything that is deemed harmful or dangerous to us. By doing so society
has lost touch with our spiritual being and has replaced it with material items that were never meant to last. The OP, in my opinion is exactly right
and by our governments trying to protect us from death they are denying us life because until you accept death as a natural part of life you can never
really appreciate the life that you have.
The reason I say this is because when the threat of death is removed then society puts death out of their spiritual sight. By doing this people live
as though they will live forever absent some outside interference and therefore they fail to live life to it's fullest extent. Personally I wouldn't
want to live a life of absolute safety, it would be extremely boring and deprive me of any reason to wake up every morning and strive to succeed in my
goals for that day because after all if we lived forever we could just keep putting things off for an eternity and never reach the final goal of
learning what it is that I am meant to learn on this earth.
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