Right now, I'm in the middle of reading an older book of Nick Redfern's called "Three Men Seeking Monsters" (great, great book as well) and one
chapter in particular really hit home with me.
The three monster hunters meet a dark witch of the umpteenth generation of powerful witches, Mother Sarah Graymalkin, and she tells them that all
these NHEs are, in fact, "Cormons," as she calls them, i.e., entities from another, very close, parallel dimension. That includes "aliens," fairies,
gnomes, lake monsters, Bigfoot, shadow people, ABCs, "hell hounds," etc. etc.
She confirmed what I've been thinking all along, that those entities are shapeshifters and have learned to adjust to our modern, technology-driven
world by changing their appearance from woodland creatures (fairies, gnomes) a few centuries ago, to extraterrestrial visitors coming here in their
high-tech spaceships in modern times.
She said that the reason that sightings have increased and are getting more intense is that the entities require our belief to fully manifest in our
reality -- believing in them and fearing them "em-powers" them, so to speak. That's, IMO, the reason that the "old gods" who allegedly used to live
among humans, are now gone... Christianity has replaced them and they don't get enough human "belief energy" anymore to physically manifest on this
plane... except in circles of believers, like Wiccans.
Interestingly, Redfern mentions how, for example, Bigfoot sightings, always occur in a series dated close together, meaning, first someone sees a
Bigfoot, and within the span of a few weeks or months, other people see it too. The witch said that's because those Cormons seek out people with
psychic abilities that are able to see them, and once one person sees them (and tells others about their experience), they are getting infused with
energy and are able to gain more density and thus to show themselves to other, non-psychic people as well. And the more the belief in them and fear of
them grows, the stronger they get.
Sarah Graymalkin compared this to the creation of Tulpas, where a person can create a thought form that, when that person keeps focusing his attention
on it, will get more and more "real" and will finally take on a life of its own... which is very, very dangerous and can only be reversed by the
creator absorbing the Tulpa back into his mind. Of course, the creature is very much opposed to being eradicated and often kills its creator before he
can do this.
The witch said that thus, the sole goal of these Cormons is to make as many people as possible believe in them and see them, so they can gain enough
strength to be able to physically exist -- and persist -- in our reality.
What I gather from all this is that, again,
a) we are much more powerful than we think
b) these Cormons, or NHEs, are manipulating us to get us to believe in them, fear them, love them, worship them, or whatever strong emotion they can
c) what we need to do to get rid of them is IGNORING them (I'm now sure that's why the Bible says not to dabble in divination and some such -- because
it empowers the NHEs we seek contact with) and living a life of joy, love, harmony and complete fearlessness.
Do you see now why we have wars, social unrest, bank crashes, militant disagreements, and all that? It's all manmade, but it may be all influenced by
the Cormons so they can gain power and physical density in our world.
In Redfern's book, "Final Events," for example, the Collins Elite (CE) believe that the Roswell incident and the subsequent wave of UFO sightings was
caused by two very powerful dark magicians, Aleister Crowley and Jack Parsons.
Crowley had spent years trying to open a portal to another dimension to bring things through, and he may have succeeded. In the 1920s or '30s, he
started communicating with an NHE that he drew a picture of, and it looks exactly like one of the typical Grays.
Then, twenty years or so later Jack Parsons, an American rocket scientist who was very impressed with Crowley's work, started to do "magic workings"
(some with the help of L. Ron Hubbard, the later founder of Scientology) to open a portal... and right after his infamous "Babalon working," the
Roswell incident happened, followed by more and more UFO sightings all over the place.
And the more UFOs are being seen, the more people believe in them... and the more powerful these NHEs get. It's a vicious cycle, which, IMO, can only
be interrupted by us consciously turning our backs on...
- negative news and conspiracies
- fear and anxiety
- feeling powerless
- believing and thus empowering those negative entities
Okay, that's all I wanted and needed to say. From here, I'll just throw in discussion points... promise.
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