What we perceive, and therefore think, followed by what we say [to ourselves and/or others] and then do, is based on-amongst other things-what we know.
As David Icke has maintained over three decades, information is critical to humanity. Most get it from the mainstream: it is almost always deliberately distorted and serving an agenda. But much of it is through ignorance, despite ‘Dr’ this and ‘Professor’ that. And before you ask, I was once a University lecturer. Which should lessen my credibility massively!
We recently visited Lincoln cathedral, the most impressive I have ever been to. Massive, imposing and full of nearly enough clues to what has really gone on in the world than parts of the Vatican. Been there done that.
So when you watch the recent TV drama, A Very English Scandal, you will not have known that one of Thorpe’s very many establishment friends, one time prime minster Ted Heath was a very nasty paedophile. Forget the attempts by the powers-that-were to cover it all up. They are still at it with Thorpe.
Unless we know what to look for, we may remain in ignorance all our lives. Which suits the majority. And how do we know what to look for?
Having a desire to find out the truth, to serve humanity, to be curious, to be uncomfortable in a rut, to be courageous, to be a person of significance. To make the most difference while you are here.
A fascinating man [who ticks all the above boxes, naturally], Dan Green, suggests Lincoln Cathedral is linked to the death of Mary Magdalene. Yes, take that one in. If that doesn’t hook you, nothing will.
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© Jack Stewart, June 5th, 2018.
And Peter Cook captured it all.