Even the mainstream press has noticed: Donald Trump is a shadow man
Alternative media throughout 2015 buzzed with something Dr. Simon Atkins called Wave X and others called an ascension or disclosure or any number of other undefined, inconsistent, baffling terms that allegedly involved this immediate portion of the galaxy.
It was discussed throughout 2015, really, but began much earlier, somewhere around December 21, 2012. Probably. When the Mayan calendar ran out. And the universe flipped from being majority negative to majority positive. They say.
Things really started popping around September 2015, and it was related to the rise of ISIS; the Pope’s address to the U.S. Congress and the United Nations; David Wilcock and Corey Goode’s interviews about the secret space program; the fourth blood moon total lunar eclipse; both Christian and Jewish apocalyptic prophecies; the imminent exposure of the Illuminati and dissolution of the global financial system; Sir Isaac Newton’s doomsday calculations; NASA’s announcement of liquid water on Mars; the elevation of human consciousness into fourth- and fifth-dimensional existence—blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. All entirely coincidental. Probably. Or maybe false flags, or false flags of false flags.
As I wrote back in August, even I had “a sneaking suspicion reminiscent of a gut instinct posing as an intuition, disguised as a hunch” that something was up. One has to be able to take a hint, right?
Oh, I shouldn’t overlook mention of interventions by Pleiadian, Arcturian, reptilian, and other extraterrestrial civilizations. Earth is (or was, until October or so) a prison planet, under the thumb of the Dracos, the Rothschilds, the Royals (especially the nasty, shape-shifting Queen), and overpaid Hollywood stars and musicians. Like the Kardashians. Especially Kris Jenner.
Fortunately, humanity’s supporters from all over the universe are in the process of removing our implants, which will help restore our free will. How we avoided the crushing jackboot of Jade Helm, masquerading as a routine U.S. military exercise held in late summer, is unclear; I know only that neither I nor any of my immediate friends or family ended up behind razor wire in a Walmart store. Just in time for the holidays.
What might be a little surprising is that, bottom line, all these changes are supposed to represent good things…good things happening to the human race. We’re talking about ascension here—ascension that comes with a price.
And the price appears to be, at least in part, Donald Trump. All good things come with shadows, and Donald Trump has picked up the banner of everything ignorant and hateful about humankind. Witness this from an article in a mainstream publication, The Huffington Post. In an August 24, 2015 article, called “What Donald Trump and Ashley Madison Have In Common,” Cynthia Dagnal-Myron wrote:
“Okay, you’ve seen the headline. So what do The Donald and Ashley Madison have in common?
“Easy. They both appeal to our ‘shadow’ side. That side of us that makes us sign up to cheat on the spouses we say we love, and possibly ruin the family we say we care more about than anything else in the whole world. That side of us that would say and do all kinds of things we’d be ashamed of if we didn’t keep it in check.
“…Here’s a quote from an audience member at Trump’s recent Alabama rally, reported by Casey Toner of AL.com: ‘The way I see it they ought to make it a vacation spot…OK, you want to come to the border, $25 for a permit, you can shoot all the people you want that cross illegally.’
“This is our shadow side, America. Coming out of the shadows for a last hurrah. Desperate people offering up a desperate rebel yell as ‘their’ country marches straight to Hell. That’s how many of them see it, anyway.”
Salon.com also put together a video featuring a sampling of quotes from Trump supporters around the country, including a man who equated his relationship with Trump to his relationship with Jesus Christ.
So far, predictions indicate that good ultimately will prevail in this epic battle between good and Trump. Members of an allied secret space force, having large bases on the Moon and Mars, are working with a Galactic Federation with huge hopes and the highest love for humans, who choose to live in this dense, third-dimensional reality and work through the amnesia we must accept during our reincarnated lifetimes. This earns us big points among higher-dimensional life forms throughout the cosmos. You see, life on Earth really sucks, and everyone knows it really sucks, and we go through all this in order to evolve into universal consciousness, so that the universe can touch itself someday and say, “Ooooh, that feels good!” We are co-creators in a universe where time really doesn’t exist, which begs the question: Why do we have to pretend there’s time here—to experience linear time, to grow old, develop bunions and age spots, all the while knowing that, hey, there’s no such thing as time?
A question for another time, perhaps. Besides, we already know the answer. Which begs the question. To which we already know the answer.
In my opinion, higher-dimensional life forms that simply stand by, knowing that third-dimensional reality offers great pleasure along with great pain, basically are envious wimps. They like to watch, right? And the basic logic of current third-dimensional reality seems to be that if we can get through life on Earth with Donald Trump, we can do anything.
Posted on January 5, 2016, in Activism, Campaign 2016, Criticism, Evolution, fantasy, Journalism, mainstream media, milky way, NASA, New age, Paranormal, Politics, Pop culture, Presidential Campaign, protests, spiritual growth, Spirituality and tagged arcturian, ascension, cabal, Christian, Corey Goode, David Wilcock, disclosure, Illuminati, Jade Helm, Jewish, Kardashians, Mayan, NASA, Pleiadian, prophecy, reptilials, reptilians, Secret space program, SETI, shadow, SSP, Wave X. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.