posted on Jul, 2 2012 @ 02:53 PM
reply to post by caravanserai
Ok he also said during the interview that he has always used his information sharing regardless of what affect it may have on 'some' individuals.
That was not verbatim however I grew more respect for him and learned a valuable lesson in that small statement he made.
In the past when I have come forward with my piece of this complicated paranormal puzzle, I actually quit at certain points because of the fragility
of reading members who were adversely affected by my tellings.
I never came out with all the info I have because it is fruitless to create undue fear and sadness in others when from what I have discovered nothing
really changes anything by frightening people beyond what they can handle.
It is irresponsible to talk about subjects in totality when a partial telling is enough to at least open the discussion and prepare people for
subjects beyond their scope of reasoning.
Most of the Lightworkers like George Knapp and others are as much on the path of discovery as the next person, they are seeking answers for personal
development and clarity too.
It always happens when you begin to share taboo subjects boldly going where others fear to tread, that from the shadows, witness's will come forward
in private to add newer dimensions to the case. Needing anonymity from public scrutiny and reprisals, their piece of the puzzle and then rests on
people like George Knapp who without personal experience carry the information on their shoulders, a heavy burden to carry.
What I am trying to say is that even though many subjects are broached, it is not always the best course of action to disclose all for the sake of
incrementally bringing heavy subject matter out.
edit on 2-7-2012 by antar because: (no reason given)