Before we begin

And the word begin is actually important here because that's what this presentation is actually about, it's initiation. This is an initiation into really, really deep, esoteric material that has been hidden from humanity for millennia. So that's good that we're all hungry for change. One of the big complaints I hear about my work, many people will say "there's nothing new here.

Well ladies and gentlemen, I have news for you: there is nothing new here. I am not going to write anything new. I am not going to present anything that has not actually been in existence and will continue to be in existence. I'm not making up new material. I would refer to myself. I am an aggregator, I bring things together into a tapestry and then help to explain it in simple and easy-to-understand terms so that people can readily absorb it, take it in and do something with that information. So, you will not be seeing or read anything "new" here today.

As the old saying goes, in all the old mystery traditions, "there is nothing new under the sun." And what that phrase actually means many people don't know what that phrase means. It means that the truth is singular and eternal. Truth has always been here, among us, and it will always be here. It is our perception that must be aligned with it. So there's nothing new you're going to read today, okay. These are eternal truths that have always been here among us.

If you get angry that's okay. The fact of the matter is that Truth itself, by its very nature, is belligerent. And I'll actually be putting up a quote to that nature later on in the blog. The reason Truth is belligerent is because it is actually at war. It's at war with the lie, it's at war with deception, it's at war with mind control. So Truth can be belligerent. Many people don't want to read it when they first encounter it.

I tell people all the time: I don't do this, or I don't write this information to be liked. I don't do this to make friends. I'm not interested in making a whole bunch of new friends. If it happens, that's great, but that's not the reason I do what I do. I don't do this to be popular. I don't do this to make money. It's not a popularity contest.

Telling people many things that they don't want to hear is not going to make you popular, or it's not going to make you a whole lot of new friends. So those aren't the reasons I do what I do. To be honest, I tell people this and sometimes they get upset by just hearing this; "I don't even really want to do this." I don't want to do this with my life. I don't want to do this with my time. As I already know, understand and live the information I'm going to present. So I get this, I know this, okay. I don't need to keep going over this over and over and over again for my own entertainment.

The reason that I actually do this is because I recognize that, in a time of such overwhelming ignorance of this critical information, this information which is capable of saving humanity from it's current condition. The fact that I do already understand this information places me in a position of moral obligation and responsibility. That's why I do what I do. I'm in a position of moral obligation to write this information to other people in an effort to help to get them to understand it and live it as well. And that is the reason I do this.

I'm going to ask you to make a deliberate and conscious effort to do two things. The first is, try to set aside, to the extent that you capable of doing. Try to set those things aside to the extent that you are able to do it. And that's the worst thing that could happen because it is the information that is important, not me. Try to ignore me and focus on the content.

The second thing I ask people to try to do is to be consciously aware, of any of your own impulses solely upon your own initial emotional reaction, your initial emotional response to this information. This is a logical fallacy: you cannot think with the emotions, so if you read something you don't like, or that angers you, that's ok. Feel the emotion, but don't just immediately say "that can't be true." It's about doing your own due diligence and actually researching this material. But if you try to gauge the veracity, meaning the truthfulness of this information solely based upon on how it makes you feel when reading it, you are committing a logical fallacy.

So I ask people to try as much as possible to suspend immediate reactions of disbelief and saying "no, I don't want to accept that, no it can't be true" based on how something may make you feel that you read today. That's very important to keep in mind.

And lastly, this information is a tapestry. It's like pieces of a huge jigsaw puzzle. It is meant to be seen and taken as a whole in its entirety. Now I know I'm asking a lot here too because it's going to be a long day. My goal here, my work here is to keep your interest and your attention and your focus throughout the full website and that's a challenging thing to do.