Wisdom needs weight: the need to remain conscious of timelines and their history.

November 8, 2016 Alison Bell 0

Wisdom needs weight If it is possible, that we are timeline creating and jumping, let us not forget that the wisdom we need to create an optimal timeline, one where we are the compassionate beings we are meant to be, requires memory of where we have been because it is the sum of our learning that is the wisdom that is the key linchpin of who we choose to become in every moment. Wisdom is the knowing WHY we are choosing differently, wisdom is the ability to discern the choice. Yes, our history can be so very heavy – the [-MORE-]

John Mack and ramblings about strangeness in my life

November 7, 2016 Alison Bell 0

“This is an outreach program from the cosmos to the consciously impaired.” -John Mack “Touched: The Extreme Experience Research of Dr. John Mack” is a movie documentary that I watched this morning, it brought all this up for me. I highly recommend it. I still wake up with injuries – weird marks and aches and pains that happened while I lay sleeping in my bed at night. Do I remember a damned thing? No. It is just as well, because in my younger days when my dreams kept me in a half waking state all night and I would wake up in [-MORE-]

Excerpt by Justin Deschamps: Mandela Effect, Timeline Splitting and Correction, from Cosmic Disclosure Season 6 – Episode 2: The Return of Gonzales – Summary and Analysis | Corey Goode and David Wilcock

November 7, 2016 Alison Bell 0

Posted for your edification. The article is excellent, IMO far better is Justin’s video work with added explanation HERE.  I am 300+ posts in on my blog, I could have been a thousand, and not reached the clarity and coherence of this one article by Justin. Read and learn. Then go listen. I beg of you. Mandela Effect, Timeline Splitting and Correction, and the 300,000 Ascension Figure The Mandela Effect is the divergence of memory from recorded historical events, which some contend is evidence that timelines are merging or changing. Ra-Teir-Eir seems to agree with the theory of timeline merging, [-MORE-]

Teach your Children Well…

November 5, 2016 Alison Bell 0

If you only have half the information you can be tricked. The more information that you do have, the better you will be able to respond in any type of crisis. We all know this. We learned in Boy Scouts, we learned in home-ec, ( do they even have that class anymore?) we learned this in having to deal with our children, we learned it in any number of ways. The point being it behooves us to look at all of the different layers on top of what is defined as the shadow government, which is the bottom of the [-MORE-]

The Shadow Government: Re-blog of a re-blog plus… inevitable inner dialogue

November 5, 2016 Alison Bell 0

If you have wanted to really know what the ‘Shadow Government’ is, the following article will leave no doubt in your mind. It is an excellent primer, explained in language that is people enough to give you a HUGE Ah-Ha moment. Be warned, that after reading it if you were not fully aware of some of this information, you may spend some time in inner dialogue with your self going, “Nah ah!” “Yes so!” “NO! not true, it can’t be done, our government wouldn’t really do this!” “Yes it would! Just shut up and see if it might be right [-MORE-]

Kintsugi: the art of being broken, the value and beauty of the healed

November 1, 2016 Alison Bell 0

As a philosophy, kintsugi can be seen to have similarities to the Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi, an embracing of the flawed or imperfect.[9] Japanese aesthetics values marks of wear by the use of an object. This can be seen as a rationale for keeping an object around even after it has broken and as a justification of kintsugi itself, highlighting the cracks and repairs as simply an event in the life of an object rather than allowing its service to end at the time of its damage or breakage.[10] Kintsugi can relate to the Japanese philosophy of “no mind” (無心 [-MORE-]

Re-Legaré vs. Deaf, Dumb and Senseless

November 1, 2016 Alison Bell 0

Etymology 1 From Proto-Italic *legō, from Proto-Indo-European *leǵ-. Cognates include Ancient Greek λέγω ‎(légō, “I speak, I choose, I mean”) and Albanian mbledh. Pronunciation (Classical) IPA(key): /ˈle.ɡoː/, [ˈɫɛ.ɡoː] Verb legō ‎(present infinitive legere, perfect active lēgī, supine lēctum); third conjugation 1. I choose, select, appoint [quotations ▼] 2. I collect, gather, bring together 3. I read From <https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/lego> Etymology From Latin ligāre, present active infinitive of ligō. Verb legare 1. (transitive) to bind or tie 2. (transitive) to unite 3. (transitive) to connect 4. (intransitive) to get on (with someone) 5. (intransitive) to alloy From <https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/legare> lego, legare, legavi, legatus verb [-MORE-]