In this Act of Love: We REMEMBER

November 30, 2016 Alison Bell 0

…and we said, “Let us help.” To all of you who came to help this planet at this time, right now, who are walking in pain, and walking in doubt and feeling lost, Be Not Troubled. It has been said over and over, that we are here to help transform this planet, we wanderers. That Gaia herself put out a calling to us for help in this transformation. We answered. Yes, we were born stripped of our memories of our homes and the societies we came from, the great love we knew. Yes, we have felt the cognitive dissonance from [-MORE-]

Enslaved by our OWN Free Will: with a side of fries, or ‘whatthef*ck?’

November 29, 2016 Alison Bell 0

What is free will? Free will is the ability to choose between different possible courses of action. It is closely linked to the concepts of responsibility, praise, guilt, sin, and other judgments which apply only to actions that are freely chosen. From <> Are actions based on incomplete or wrong information actually the exercise of free will? In a way yes. Are we held accountable for choices made from inadequate, or simply wrong information? It seems so. It is not that there is no excuse, no punishment or judgement, but, it is just the way the energy operates. It is [-MORE-]

Its all in the language – Hiero: phant, glyph archy, ocrasy… Divide and Conquer

November 23, 2016 Alison Bell 0

This is a continuation on my ruminations about how language is our arbiter of reality. I’ve thought about this my whole life, but the new movie ‘Arrival’ really sparked some new thoughts. Plus I’m not as smart as Laird Scranton. -A Important definitions used in this article hiero- Word Origin  a combining form meaning “sacred,” “priestly,” used in the formation of compound words: hierocracy. also, especially before a vowel, hier-. ( in french meaning YESTERDAY) Origin of hiero- From <> hiero- or before a vowel hier- combining form: holy or divine: hierocracy; hierarchy. [from Greek, from hieros] Collins English Dictionary – Complete [-MORE-]

the Corn Bread

November 23, 2016 Alison Bell 0

Kolo’s mom died years ago. He loved her corn bread. It’s taken a while and some duds, but here is the recipe. Lols Jimmy… I’m still giggling! Corn Bread 1/2 cup white corn meal 1/2 cup yellow cornmeal 1 cup flour all purpose is fine 1/4 cup sugar 2 teasp. baking powder 1/2 teasp. salt 1 cup milk 1/4 cup veg oil  (or lard…lols) 1 egg   This is best done in a cast iron skillet in the oven. Oil the pan with veg oil or lard…lols Combine all ingredients and pour in the pan 400 degrees 20 30 min.

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For your perusal

November 21, 2016 Alison Bell 0

I have watched all three of these and find them chock full of interesting information. As always, use discernment. However, I liked them, a lot. -Alison Robert Wood and William Tompkins Interview – Part 1 Published on Nov 14, 2016 In this multi-part interview series, we meet with William Tompkins and Dr. Robert Wood – the author and editor of Bill’s autobiography, Selected by Extraterrestrials, My Life in the Top Secret World of UFOs, Think-tanks, and Nordic Secretaries. In part one; we explore Dr. Bob’s work at Douglas Aircraft as an engineer and his scientific research into UFOs and how [-MORE-]

Are You Confused Yet?

November 20, 2016 Alison Bell 0

If Google, Facebook, and Twitter keep expanding their censorship of “disfavored messages,” they’re going to pay a price. More and more users will go elsewhere.   -John Rappoport From The above quote from John Rappaport fits my mood exactly. As I messaged a friend on Friday: “Fyi, fb aggravated my last nerve, so I uninstalled it… At least till Monday. Predictive algorithms can go suck a rock!!” Fake web sites? What about fake companies? What about Google, Facebook, Twitter? Behind their happy-happy messages, they were built to propagandize, profile, and control.   -John Rappoport From Not to put a too [-MORE-]

Language is the Metaphor for Time: change the language, change time.

November 17, 2016 Alison Bell 0

(no, this is NOT a spoiler) Important word meanings in this post: Metaphor: to transfer – to carry over – to bear – across Logos: ‘I say’ Context: weave together High: metaphorical Low: verbal Subtext: below – underlying meaning Intention/intent: extend towards plan, mean, have in mind, have the intention, aim, purpose All links to other articles are in purple The Armenian name of the Lord explains the oldest origin of the word God we have at 3,000BCE. God means ‘he is’ or ‘I am who I am’ When the ‘IS’ was just one, before it decided to ‘BE’, its [-MORE-]

Energy follows Thought

November 15, 2016 Alison Bell 0

Always has been, always will be. Old and new, tried and true. But what’s it really mean???? Every time you have a thought it IS an energy signature/frequency that you emit electromagnetically from yourself. The more consistent, coherent and organized, i.e.: the clearer that thought is, the more power it has. This is demonstrated in the physical body very clearly by a number of dis-eases that plague humanity today. The Most obvious being, ulcers. Yes, they are caused by a bacterium, however that bacterium is harmless unless you are resonating in a particular frequency range that corresponds to anger turned [-MORE-]


November 14, 2016 Alison Bell 0

If we are here specifically in time to extend our ability to learn about duality, then the point is not to get sideswiped by a million other distractions. Like normal Saturday chores, you have to vacuum, dust, mop the kitchen floor, do the pre-prep on a dinner casserole, grocery shop and have it all ready and done by 5pm. Along the way however, when you open the cabinet under the sink to get the floor mopping juice, it’s such a mess you get aggravated and sit down then and there and re-organize the whole thing. But when you go to [-MORE-]

Carry on….

November 11, 2016 Alison Bell 0

The only thing this crooked world asks of us is to carry the pain and carry on. With so many sorrows, so much weight in our hearts, it’s a wonder that we can love at all. But we carry on rocks and all. We become holy, hallowed, blessed, consecrated, sanctified, and redeemed We are purified by that pain, We are hallowed by those miles. And still we carry on. We are fools for hope, we are fools for love We sacrifice our souls for the hope of light We are fools for hope, we are fools for love We make [-MORE-]