“The closest concept that human beings have to describe an IS-BE is as a god: all-knowing, all-powerful, infinite. So, how does a god stop being a god? They pretend NOT to know. How can you play a game of “hide and seek” if you always know where the other person is hiding?
You pretend NOT to know where the other players are hiding, so you can go off to “seek” them. This is how games are created. You have forgotten that you are just “pretending”. In so doing, IS-BEs become entrapped and enslaved inside a maze of their own devising.
How does one create a cage, lock one’s own self inside the cage, throw away the key, and forget there is a key or a cage, and forget there is an “inside” or “outside” and even forget there is a self? Create the illusion that there is no illusion: the entire universe is real, and that no other universe exists or can be created.
On Earth, the propaganda taught and agreed upon is that the gods are responsible, and that human beings are not responsible. You are taught that only a god can create universes. So, the responsibility for every action is assigned to another IS-BE or god. Never oneself.
No human being ever assumes personal responsibility for the fact that they, themselves — individually and collectively — are gods. This fact alone is the source of entrapment for every IS-BE.” — Excerpt from Alien Interview
Definition of “ILLUSION” from the Oxford English Dictionary
- Sensuous perception of an external object, involving a false belief or conception: strictly distinguished from hallucination, but in general use often made to include it, and hence = the apparent perception of an external object when no such object is present, or of attributes of an object which do not exist.
- the argument that the objects of sense-experience, usually called ideas, appearances, or sense-data, cannot be objects in a physical world independent of the Perceiver, since they vary according to his condition and environment.
Originally posted 2014-06-02 14:23:54. Republished by Blog Post Promoter