posted on Apr, 9 2012 @ 01:41 AM
Think for a second, that this story has made it into the war stories to remember beacuse of the names more than the events or who did it.
It's Pearl Harbor. A pearl is a white spherical jewel created by an undersea creature after a grain of sand becomes an irritant. It is a prized
possession to someone with an eye for value. Think, the pearl of great price. A pearl is a symbol of a beautiful thing. The human soul, when
perfected, shines bright and white, and is seens in a luminous sphere around their body, much like a pearl.
The invasion of Pearl Harbor is shown with air-craft from another country. It matters not so much the country from the storyteller's standpoint, but
of the history of the listener. The scene is of air forces invading the pearl. Think prince of the power of the air.
The USA was steeped in Judeo-Christian symbolisms around the 2nd world war, if you believe history books and don't believe that the world around you
is a holographic fabrication designed to deceive. So in mythology, the thing that remains after history falls apart, flying beings invading a pearl,
or, satans forces invading a perfected being. Archetypically, you either like the image or you hate it, but I think a part of you enjoys it when you
look at it again and again. Or perhaps, the powers that brought you to the story again, are trying to tell you something which is not related to
countries or wars, but a condition of your soul.
So that is how history becomes mythology, because of the names, and how maybe politicians weave these names and symbols into their speeches to cause
their audience to react in a certain way. To open it up, speculate on who to blame, and apply it to how you see the universe says more about you than
it does about history.
So maybe those were American planes designed to look like Japanese ones. Maybe time travelers in USA's future rigged history with hologram-stealth
UFO craft to confuse the masses. Maybe it never happened, and it was from a parallel universe, so if you actually go back to Hawaii, they will have
never heard of a Pearl Harbor disaster. Maybe they call it Coconut Catastrophe day when you meet them in person and not through the newspaper. It's
propaganda, based on who wrote it more than who did it. It's good though that you are questioning your reality.