Would you put it down to experience and dismiss it as their karma, something they had planned or invited into their life? How would you feel about the perpetrator?
Let us raise the stakes.
You see a young child or an animal being beaten by someone across the street from you. Do you follow the same logic?
Another extreme. You watch a country being bombed on television, and ‘innocent’ civilians are killed. I place innocent in quotation marks because I’m using the karma logic, i.e. they have planned their deaths prior to incarnation.
If someone plans their pre-incarnation death at the age of two, should we grieve their passing?
What about the disabled? Some of you may remember England football manager Glen Hoddle’s famous remark in 1999, which went something like this:
"You and I have been physically given two hands and two legs and half-decent brains. Some people have not been born like that for a reason. The karma is working from another lifetime. I have nothing to hide about that. It is not only people with disabilities. What you sow, you have to reap."
Now, back to the first question. Suppose you discovered that the injustice against a loved one was part of a global conspiracy. Those who did it did it knowingly, as part of an agenda to defraud, to abuse or to kill. Feel any different?
Some of my friends recoil when certain subjects are brought up. Paedophilia being one of the favourites. If you ‘go down the rabbit hole’ it gets very grim. Very grim indeed. What’s worse, hearing the appalling detail, or just hearing something negative?
In my view of the world, occasionally exposing the depths of depravity the abusers sink to is important. If we neither expose it, or limit ourselves to ‘I know it’s going on, but I don’t want to talk about it’, whose interests are we serving?
I also know friends who have a virtual firewall against what they would class as negativity. Focus 100% on the beauty that is in the world. Merely thinking about, or talking about grim stuff brings us all down. And by concentrating on the negative, it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Or does it?
Call me old fashioned, naive or just a miserable old get, but if I do something wrong, I expect it to have consequences. Now I’m never going to sink to barbarism inferred above. And, if I have my contact lenses tinted rose, will my life be full of joy, 100% of the time?
Let me cut the perceivers of beauty some slack. I don’t know anyone from this group who denies the existence of global carnage, and by concentrating on the good in the world, it is surely self-evident they are helping accelerate the transition to paradise…?
If I’m honest, which is one of my highest values, the shunning/avoidance of fearless justice campaigners like Bill Maloney, Chris Spivey, Mark McGowan, David Icke and Alex Jones is at the heart of the issue. Their confrontational style, occasional [habitual in Chris’s case!] ‘bad’ language and focus on the worst aspects of humanity is too much for some.
Many, many years ago, in common with thousands, if not millions of truth seekers, I went through the ‘pain barrier.’ That is, realising what is going on depressed me terribly at first. But I’m pretty shock proof these days. The paradox is that I can handle the depravity, move on and work to exposing it and more, and participate in ‘dreaming paradise into reality.’
Being aware of and talking about this stuff doesn’t bring it to my door.
The first rule of dis-ease or illness is to acknowledge its existence. The ‘doctor within’ works better when we accept the signals. Denial makes things worse.
Unfortunately, the revelation that those runthe planet are psychopathic murdering paedophiles, wanting to cull 6.5 billion of us, is a million miles from being entertained by the majority. As Diana and many others have said, when the truth in all its forms comes out, millions will not be able to cope, and will ‘leave the planet.’
If you have got this far, I would like to think whilst you might embrace the idea of some choosing an appalling life, you would have compassion for their current plight. And you would also rise in my estimation if you were at least curious about the darker aspects of the ruling elite.
And, yes, that we all have our shadow sides, and are capable of barbarism is something I agree with. Every one of us has ancestors or past incarnations of rapists, thieves and murderers. And within all of us lies cellular memory with this potential.
In closing, is swearing worse than genocide or extreme sexual abuse? Will those perpetuating this system be stopped by silence and crossing the road?
There is earthly justice and there is karma.
Love will ultimately prevail. In the meantime however, heads out the sand bucket, occasional wearing of rose tinted glasses is fine, but those presently suffering deserve more than the Glen Hoddle mind-set. Here is Diana’s [and now mine] wonderful take on it all:
“Humanity needs the greatest help since it began. Things are coming to the forefront, liars and cheats are being found out and that lifts our hearts here in spirit. And it will happen more daily, daily. Two or three times a day things will come now to the surface and that they will not be able to hide behind their money, their fortunes, their cars, and their swanky houses. No, no, no. That for a lot of people is coming to an end, and yes they will need help. Because they have deluded themselves for so long by thinking that all they needed was higher education, money, things, possessions, mansions, swimming pools, planes-you name it-well, that brings them no power. There is only one power in this world and that is the love of God and without that they are no-thing. Nothing. And so they can buy people, but that only lasts for so long and they have to come back when they reincarnate again. So a lot of those people will absolutely be in total terror and trauma, and again they may come to you. And I know, with an open heart you will help these people. They are after all human beings with hearts that have just got into this perpetual circle of greed.”
‘In the Stillness, Everything Happens’, pp 152-3, channelled July 27th, 2012.
Jack Stewart, July 2014.
The image at the beginning? From the UK's highest court, The Old Bailey.