TOM MONTALK: “Five Critical Human Weaknesses”

Why does history keep repeating itself? Why can’t mankind get its act together and put an end to physical, financial, and spiritual slavery? Maybe it’s because every attempted solution has failed to address some very fundamental human weaknesses. Until these critical flaws are overcome, change will remain superficial as the old problems keep resurfacing.

The first weakness is that our perception is limited to only the five physical senses.

In being unable to see anything beyond the material universe, we are lured into emulating its ways, into acting like animals or machines even though at the core we are spirit.

It also blinds us from seeing our occult enemies and the nonphysical control structures and energies that they employ. Like an iceberg, most of the Matrix Control System is hidden from view. For that reason, humans are like puppets being pulled by invisible strings.

Sooner or later, mankind must develop clairvoyant powers. Through proper esoteric training, it will become possible to perform miraculous healing, remote viewing, psychic self-defense, perception and removal of etheric parasites, precognition, telekinesis, probability influencing, telepathy, and quick detection of agent saboteurs. Imagine how significantly this would level the playing field. If we could see beyond the flesh, it would be game over for those psychopaths driven by alien and demonic forces.

But for now, mainstream institutions don’t even believe in extrasensory perception, let alone try to develop it. You never hear it mentioned by social or political movements either, which goes to show just how deeply our society has been had by the Control System.

Our second weakness stems from science staying firmly in the realm of physical matter, physical energy, 3D space, and linear time.

This holds back the necessary revolutions in technology that would overcome scarcity and environmental destruction. Our primitive technology also makes Earth physically defenseless against alien forces, giving them the strategic upper hand.

Therefore we must move toward a higher type of science that makes use of energies and principles still unexplored by the orthodox. Examples include scalar physics and demiurgic technology, which employ zero point energy, longitudinal electromagnetic waves, force-free gauge potentials, and etheric energy to accomplish the seemingly impossible. They would allow for free energy, antigravity, invisibility, and time travel. Without such technology, the human race will continue being preoccupied with physical survival, competition over dwindling resources, and dependence on the few who control these resources.

Our third weakness is ego, the mental parasite that keeps us emotionally invested in the Matrix.

It is a foreign installation, grafted upon the soul through genetic imprinting and social conditioning. Ego functions as a mortal personality worn by spirit in order to operate smoothly within the Matrix, though at the risk of getting lost within it. When Spirit, the core of our being, over-identifies with Ego, it takes on its weaknesses and forgets its own purpose. The rider then becomes the horse and can be easily lead by the reigns. So long as the Ego rules our choices, we will always be acting in ways that reinforce the Matrix.

We must overcome the tyranny of the Ego and establish a personal connection with Spirit, with the higher Self. This can be done by recognizing what stems from the Ego, what stems from the higher Self, and through discipline and introspection always following the higher. Through consistent identification with the higher, it grows in influence over the lower. It becomes more firmly anchored within us until igniting like a star into full manifestation. We can augment that process through a cultivation of intuition, meaningful dreams, synchronicity, and deep contemplation. We can increase the clarity of the connection by nurturing noble feelings such as compassion, beauty, understanding, love and empathy. Without a connection to Spirit, we remain wanderers without compasses and lamps without fire, lost in the darkness as so many currently are.

The fourth weakness is ignorance, stupidity, and naiveté, which keep us from making informed decisions.

Deception succeeds only when invited in by lack of awareness. Mankind’s problem is not so much the forces who seek to control it, but the scourge of public ignorance that sustains and regenerates these forces.

Therefore we must increase awareness through a combination of study, observation, experience, contemplation, and most of all revelation. This requires a deep love for truth and learning. We must train our intellects without compromise and become very familiar with logical fallacies and the spiritual warfare strategies used against us. The intellect is not something to throw away in favor of the heart, rather both should be developed in parallel and brought to perfection. The more informed we are, the smarter our decisions. And the smarter our decisions, the better our future.

And the fifth weakness is humanity’s unquestioned faith in consensus reality.

Consensus reality is the way mainstream society perceives the world, the way it works, what every individual must do to survive in it, what is permissible and what is impossible. It is the map drawn by the Matrix to chart our course through life. We are taught to assume that the rules and limitations of the many apply to us without exception.

We must disentangle ourselves from consensus reality. This will only happen when we begin living by the principles of the secret divine reality that exists around and within us. Which jurisdiction you enter depends on where you are positioned on the sliding scale between Ego and the higher divine Self. It depends on where you place your root assumptions, your emotional center point, or your mental dwelling point. By entering the jurisdiction of the higher, we overcome the authority of the lower. What the mainstream deems foolish, risky, or impossible then becomes the norm. Anomalies and miracles become the new reality. The only way to beat a rigged game is to play by a different set of rules.

These unquestioned vulnerabilities all stem from the same fundamental problem, that of spirit being overcome by the darkness of the material universe. The transcendence we seek is not about escape and avoidance, it is about the mastery of the higher over the lower. The real solutions are rooted in the “above” whereas the weaknesses arise from “below.” We cannot defeat the “below” using only the tools and methods of the “below.” Attempting to do so merely replaces one Control System with another. And that is why all human revolutions, social experiments, and utopian attempts have failed, for they have ignored the fundamental problems I have outlined.

These weaknesses reinforce each other. Where three are overcome, the other two eventually produce defeat. All must be overcome together if mankind is to permanently secure its freedom. If the human race as a whole cannot do it, maybe the rest of us can. We shall accomplish it through the mastery of spirit over the mind, and mind over matter.

 

~via HowToExitTheMatrix.com

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SAMANTHA KING: “Your Two Conflicting Personality Traits And How To Make Peace Between Them, Based On Your Zodiac Sign”

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Aries

You’re a free spirit who enjoys adventure and craves for authenticity in life, but your perfectionist sidekick prevents you from savoring joy and getting lost in the moment.  Consider allowing yourself to sit with your emotions, no matter how inconvenient they are, and accept that you can only influence what is in your control.

Taurus

You’re a pleasant and trustworthy companion, but you hardly find it in you to trust others.  While you invest yourself a lot in relationships, you ban people from your life without second thoughts when things don’t go your way.  Learn to make room in your life for tolerance, empathy and mutual respect, and you might discover your opposing traits can reach conciliation.

Gemini

You want to be friends with everybody, but you can’t accept the differences in people (or in yourself).  It is only when you are willing to take people for who they are you will find solace in the company of kindred spirits.

Cancer

You’re a hopeless romantic, but you easily get bored.  Your passionate core makes you invest a lot in relationships and even spill the three magic words way sooner than your partner may be prepared to hear them.  You want it all and you want it now, but your interest fades away as soon as you get to know the other better.  Learn to channel your energy in rationalized bits and accept that keeping yourself focused on other aspects of your life as well (not just your love life) can present you with serendipitous moments.

Leo

You enjoy helping others on a material plan, but you’re greedy with emotional support, and this often makes you feel misunderstood or not thanked enough for.  Learn that in life we need to give in order to receive, and while helping a friend get a job is a selfless and wonderful act, they may rather be more in need of encouragement so they get things done themselves.

Virgo

You’re often stuck in between the need to ground yourself and follow a strict system of values and morals, and the desire to break free and live spontaneously regardless of what happens tomorrow.  You love being the center of attention, but you grow jealous once you feel ignored.  You can make ends meet by allowing yourself to be both rigorous and creative, by turning your inner control freak into a master of imaginative planning.

Libra

You’re chasing eternal love but you’re unwilling to work for it.  Your seductive element likes all things beautiful and inspiring, but when the script in your head fails to match reality you bail out without much explanation.  Learn to look more deeply into things and take the time to actually know a person, you might be surprised that the one thing you’ve been looking for is right under your nose.

Scorpio

You’re very protective of your friendships, but also very vengeful.  If someone crosses a line with you, you shun them without further notice and oftentimes without giving them the benefit of a doubt.  Learn from your own sensitivity that nobody’s perfect and channel your inner strength into forgiveness — everyone you meet holds an inner battle that you may not know about.

Sagittarius

You’re a natural born empath, but you keep too much to yourself and that makes it hard for you to control your anger.  You show a lot of concern to other people’s needs but fail to express your own concerns up to the point where you lash out at others.  Create balance in your life by addressing your own needs and expectations openly to people and learn to say no when you can’t deal with something any longer.

Capricorn

You’re kind hearted and generous but lazy.  You easily get comfortable around others and once a friendship, relationship or business deal is sealed, you’ll just lie there and consider yourself involved just because you’re present.  Learn to participate and become more proactive and engaged in your own life and partnerships, it takes two to tango and three to make a happy crowd.

Aquarius

Your craving for independence, wanderlust and adventure and your consuming desire to love, be loved and share a fantastic relationship can mend together beautifully once you stop trying to control your future and accept that while not all people are as libertine as you, the key to successful connection is embracing each others’ differences.

Pisces

You put on a fantastic show of seduction and mystery, but you’re needy.  Remember, the things you’re looking for in others are the things you mirror to the outside world.  Spend more alone time with yourself and your needs and adjust your expectations of others accordingly to what you can offer the world.

 

 

~via ThoughtCatalog.com