It's incredible how quickly we cling to negative things, and are drawn to them. I gather most of you here have never heard of, or read, The Law Of
One. I ask all of you to consider reading it. I do not believe Airl story. Not only because I do not want to, but there are subtle things that make me
feel that this is a lie. I do not know if the author is indeed telling the truth or half-truths, though, she might be. The alien however, strikes me
The very first thing to note is that the alien she describes is a Grey. Grey's are thought to be, as it described itself, mechanical beings; not
biological. The second thing that strikes me, and is a tell-tale sign of a possible reason for this Grey to deceive her, is that Greys are always
cited as being malevolent creatures. I have never in my entire life read a story or an account of a benevolent Grey, this is the first, and only time.
That, by itself should scream something to you. Is it that all other Greys are malevolent, and this single Grey happens to be here telling a message
of truth? The odds seem extremely unlikely. What exactly was its motives, and why wasn't the author allowed to asked much questions? Any being that is
truly positive and wants to enlighten you, will not bar you from seeking knowledge. It will not try to dictate what you are or aren't privy to ask.
Questions that are asked, if they do not want to be answered, are usually answered with "No!", or "I cannot answer that question". Yet, this being
took that approach out of the equation altogether. It refused to have her ask very much questions. Instead, it opted to be the barer of bad news with
nearly zero options of inquiry given to the interviewer. Also, and most importantly, the information given is mostly negative. In fact, it is so
negative, it takes away all hope from you. In short, this creature is saying you are a slave here, forever and this cannot be changed! You will never
be able to remember who you are, and even in death, you will be sent back to this trap with no memory recollection. This makes life seem hopeless, and
death truly scary. It is a hopeless story told by a negatively polarised entity. Apart from these things I've noticed, there are many loopholes in the
story and some things just don't make any sense at all. Of course, the Grey doesn't allow the interviewer to delve further into these these questions
and loopholes. I want you to sit, and think carefully about all of these points, and ask yourself if this sounds like the nature of one who is here to
deceive, or help?
Now, let's compare the approach approach of the entity called Ra in The Law Of One, to this Grey. Ra is a benevolent being, not only bringing a
message of hope, but answers questions freely. In fact, there are only a few questions Ra does not answer, and even gives a valid reason why he won't
answer these few questions. All of what Ra says makes absolute sense, in the context of what he's discussing. Also, a lot of the questions man has
asked since the beginning of time seems to be answered in The Law Of One, and a lot of things are explained that makes sense for why things are the
way they are. In fact, Ra is so thorough, he even refers to time, not as a generalization, but as something specific to the observer . He doesn't use
a set period of time, like the Grey uses, for example, Grey: One million years. Ra: One million of your Earth years.
He even makes mistakes
with the timeline, because time is subjective and he treats it as such. Ra admits his errors and tries to correct them. Ra's story is greater, grander
and a lot more common sense than the Grey's story. How can an entity telling such a vast story not make errors? He must make errors, it's impossible
not to. But the Grey appears flawless and all knowing; he makes zero errors in telling such an elaborate and story, even though some things the Grey
says is obviously erroneous, or doesn't make complete sense. The story the Grey tells the author explains some of the things that plague our Earthly
existence, but only up to a point. After a while, it leaves you with more questions than answers, and the author isn't allowed to dig deeper, as the
Grey doesn't permit this. I cannot stress this enough. No being that is here to help, would prevent or discourage you from asking questions. Observe
carefully the style of these two books; one is persuasive, and the other simply contains information, freely asked and freely given, where you, the
reader, are left to make your own decision based on what seems sensible and what rings true to you. It is obvious to me that one book is an attempt to
deceive while the other is an attempt to truly, and freely inform.
Read the two books, study the information, compare these stories to what we know in history, and you will see for yourself the motives of both beings.
I also like how The Grey tries to down-play our history-recording processes, and says history must not be viewed subjectively, but holistically. Nice
try there...but we simply cannot do that, unless we are some sort of all-powerful God. With our capabilities, we can only view history through the
eyes of those who lived to tell it, whether it be two eyes, or thousands of eyes.
I am sorry, but if this story isn't totally fabricated, the Grey lied to the author. This conclusion is not only based on what I want to believe, but
based on what I know of Life, and from what I have observed from reading the book.
The Law Of One can be found here, from the publishing company, free of charge:
I advise EVERY SINGLE PERSON who comes across this post, and hasn't read it yet, to do so as soon as you can.
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