Many people are writing to the Resistance Movement regarding their thoughts, feelings, and perspectives about 3D life on Earth’s surface. This is my effort at doing this as well.
On the surface of Earth, many hurdles are put in place which make it difficult or even impossible for us to take care of ourselves. Either we lack the technology and skills… or we lack the financial and legal means toward the end of self-sufficiency.
Cobra once stated “They have everything” regarding the Light Forces… I assume this meant the ET races and not necessarily the Resistance Movement as the latter was still living in natural (but nonetheless altered by sentient beings) caverns within the Earth’s crust. Advanced technologies do not necessarily equal 100% freedom… but I still suspect the Resistance (RM) would prefer their underground caverns to the restrictions on the surface of Earth.
While 99.999% of the surface … Read More
We are at a unique point regarding the liberation of Earth from parasitic ET/ED entities. For a bit of background – lightly skim Cobra’s blog posts since July and check out the last two interviews done by different Prepare For Change groups near the end of September.
Things are going very well overall in the Solar System… yet here on Earth it feels like we are going backwards. I’m speaking of mounting frustration – which seems to be experienced by everyone at this time. In a way I feel this is a necessary part of the process. Let’s rephrase that: my higher self tells me that this is a necessary part of the process, while my 3D self stomps off in a tantrum muttering f-bombs.
Seriously – everything is messed up right now. People are acting out in ways which I’ve previously witnessed. It’s hard to know how much … Read More
Like the cartoon character ‘Popeye’, I am a benevolent curmudgeon. Interestingly, I was unaware of his “spinach-drive” spaceship when I started writing this post (tachyon-based propulsion vs. spinach… hmmm), but could not find any references other than a sentence in the link below:
Despite being animated (or so we’re led to believe! ), he represents the perfect icon for this post. While most of the cartoon episodes are comfortably G-rated, one can easily imagine him reeling off a string of curse words while somehow defying the known laws of physics to once again save the day.
Strength is Popeye’s least interesting quality: he’s short, awkward-looking, uncouth, simultaneously exhibits a ‘take-no-prisoners’ sensibility with a bizarre sense of altruistic chivalry, and (arguably) presents a subtly deep self-awareness with his famous saying…
“I AM what I AM and that’s all that I AM.”
…or one can attribute it to … Read More