posted on Nov, 27 2012 @ 05:51 PM
reply to post by SparkOfSparks6
I'm not quite sure I understand you. I grasp very well The Law of One, and, in short, it basically means all are one, and we should try to live this
way, or in accordance with our polarities. This grey alien doesn't speak of The Law of One. I'm not talking about The Law of One, in my earlier posts.
I'm talking about the fact that each entity, Airl and Ra, has two very different, and opposing accounts of human kind's history, and our relationship
with extraterrestrial beings. I'm trying to decipher which account is true, and to me, Ra's account seems a lot more true. It is better explained, and
doesn't have nearly as much loopholes as Airl's story. Also, both entities take different approaches to relaying the information. The grey's approach
doesn't promote true in-turn discussion, and questions are rarely permitted to be asked, while Ra takes a more democratic approach, with both parties
exchanging in dialog freely, and the interviewer is given a lot more leeway to ask questions. This, along with the fact that Ra is more detailed,
seemingly more intelligent and careful to not make errors, and corrects the errors he makes, leads me to put more trust in Ra's account.
There are too many things wrong with Airl's story and the way it is told.
Earlier, I asked a member who seems very well versed in such things to share with me his knowledge and thoughts on both Ra's story, and Airl's. In the
discussion he was quick to defend Airl, which is his prerogative if he sees fit, but upon further discussion with him, it turns out, he knows nothing
of Ra or The Law of One. And I'm beginning to realise this with many members here in this discussion. How can you be quick to denounce something you
have zero familiarity with. The Law of One is free download and can be found with a simple google search. I have asked members to get their hands on
it, read it and compare the information, tone and methodology of both Airl and Ra to relay the information to us, and see which one sounds genuine.
Airl's account rings of deception. I believe there is some truth in it, but a lot of it reeks of lies.
The best place to hide a lie is between two truths.
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