Article - Laura Knight-Jadczyk
A correspondent who is very attached to the "government conspiracy to create the UFO phenomenon as a means of social engineering" theory, who yet is convinced of the existence of "ethereal" beings, recently wrote to me:
He then went on to propose that our level of reality and the next higher level, have a "symmetry balance" which posits that we are in control of the "Matrix." The matrix reflects us and we it. What we become - it becomes.
Indeed, this possibility is one that the C's have proposed in the following exchange:
In short, any and all of the manifestations of "aliens" and so forth are "us" in probable futures. We CAN choose which future manifests: US as the creepy reptoids and grays who abduct and violate, torture and torment, or US as beings who completely honor Free Will.
When we first consider this idea, the solution seems to be rather simple: we just choose to do what is good and right and everything will be fine and dandy. If we are being good, then the future will be good, and "as below, so above," the higher "future" reality will reflect our choices of goodness and free will, right?
But here is where we arrive at the sticking point. As I have written numerous times, there is something about this that we don't understand because such a simple solution has never worked, and I wanted to know why.
The Laws of Probability tell us that, without any intelligent control, 50% of the time events would occur leading to great good and benefit for mankind. In a strictly mechanical way, life in our reality ought to have manifested a sort of "equilibrium." Factoring in intelligent decisions to do good would bring this average up to about 70%. That would mean that humanity would have advanced over the millennia to a state of existence where good and positive things dominated, and many of the problems of humanity would have been effectively solved. War and conflict would be a rarity, at least 70 percent of the earth's population would have decent medical care, a comfortable roof over their heads, and sufficient food that death by disease or starvation would be almost unheard of.
The facts are that more than 840,000,000 people suffer from hunger. That's about three times the population of the USA. This is chronic, persistent hunger, which kills 24,000 people every day, or over 8 million each year. Three of four who die are younger than five years old.
According to the Historical Atlas of the Twentieth Century, during the past 100 years there have been right at 2 billion deaths resulting from war (including civilians), tyrannical governments, and man-made famine. (When these figures are broken down into deaths caused by Communism vs. non-Communism, they are almost equal, with the figures slightly higher for non-Communism.)
Turning to mortality statistics that are NOT related to war and famine, we find that it is a bit difficult to get an actual number because the stats are nearly always expressed in terms of percentages rather than in hard population numbers. One gets the feeling that the actual count is so frightening that this approach is used for the express purpose of avoiding having to face the facts. One thing we do know is that deaths from cardiovascular diseases and stroke are the leading cause of death in 31 of the 35 Western Hemisphere countries that report disease related mortality statistics. The highest mortality rates are found in the English-speaking Caribbean, USA, Canada, Argentina, Chile and Uruguay. Mortality rates from these causes are increasing in the Central American and Latin Caribbean regions.
What we are talking about above are the "quiet" statistics, from our present platform. Even now it is easy to forget that there were 65 million deaths from WW II alone and that deaths from disease and starvation continue as a quiet, steady, drum beat of increasing mortality behind the trumpeting of school shootings, sensational murder trials, and little Cuban boys who become the center of international custody disputes.
I dont think that one single person on this planet will disagree that they want a better life for themselves and their children; and most of them will add that they do not presently have the capacity to make it a reality. Except for a very small minority of very sick people, I dont think anybody likes to see misery and suffering, disease and death and despair, in any context. And again we must ask: if these things are so detestable to human beings at large, if so many people are working and thinking and praying to improve the conditions of our world, why isnt it happening?
What is the origin of all the misery and suffering? Does it just happen? Do people and only people cause others to suffer? Is it that God is good, but allows bad things to happen?
"Don't forget the power of prayer," we are told by our religious leaders, or "positive thinking," as we are told by the New Age gurus. The only problem is, prayers and positive thinking do not seem to have improved the world very much on the occasions when it is certain that nearly every human being was praying for a certain outcome.
Jesus promised: "If any two of you shall agree and ask... it shall be done." (Matt 18:19) That's a promise. What do you want or need? Just ask! But it doesn't work and we see it!
Sixty million people died because God didn't do what everybody thought he should do. C.S. Lewis struggled with this issue in the latter part of his life. He saw clearly that, before World War II, practically every human being on the planet was praying - to Jesus, God the Father, the Virgin Mary, Allah, Buddha and whoever else you can name or mention, so all the bases were covered - that this terrible thing would not happen. The memory of the previous ÝGreat War” was still fresh in the mind of mankind. They remembered the horrible carnage and vowed, never again!
In the end, after the most mighty cry of prayer in human memory, rising from the earth, almost one-third of the world was uninhabitable and sixty million human beings were dead. That was Gods answer to prayer. That was the consequence of the "power of positive thinking."
THINK ABOUT IT.
Throughout history we find one group praying to their god to protect them from the depredations of another group. The other group is praying just as fervently that their depredations will be successful. When one group succeeds in killing another, is that proof that its god is supreme? What then happens if the members of the successful group are then reincarnated into the group that was defeated? This is not a rhetorical question since a rather influential book was written about the great numbers of Jews who died in the holocaust now being reincarnated as Christians. There has also been some suggestion that many Nazis are now being reincarnated as Jews. What then, does such an idea do to the concept of Ýmy god is the only right one?”
I can assure the reader from my own experience as a hypnotherapist, that every single case I have worked with in terms of Ýpast life therapy,” has demonstrated a Ýstring” of lives in such variety of nationality and religious orientation, that it literally makes a joke of anyone stating with absolute certainty, that their beliefs or orientation now, are the only right ones. It is evident that those who declaim against another group most vehemently, will most certainly find themselves a member of that very group in the next Ýround” of incarnation. And frankly, it doesnt matter if the reader believes this or not; there is sufficient clinical evidence that it is so, that if presented in a court of law as circumstantial evidence, it would be so overwhelming that the judge and the jury would be persuaded of the truth of it even without a Ýsmoking gun.”
 Thanks to Brian in Bangkok for pointing this out to me.
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