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Shrine of Hypocrisy
« on: October 04, 2012, 12:58:37 AM »
Shrine of Hypocrisy

We have great founding fathers and leaders of America in our history. They had vision and strength, as well as commitment to a cause of great magnitude. They believed in our country and its foundation of democracy and freedom.

These great men of history all had tremendous adversaries. Some were European countries and some were domestic organizations. It is inspiring to know that we have strength of virtue as one of the basic foundations of the freedom we enjoy.

What we also have in our history is corruption. The definition of humanity includes terrible acts of egocentric and deviant behavior of grand proportions. Much of this embarrassment is domestic. Of course we all know about organized crime, white supremacy, and slavery.

The thing that most of us overlook is government corruption. We want to be patriotic and there are many thousands of government employees. We have military and police employees. This employment requires a devotion to the leadership of this country and also secrecy.

I find no need to analyze such a depressing subject that also is of overwhelming size that saturates our government. But I do want to recognize the native Americans and their history. The Red man is the symbol of humanity. A very long time ago there was only one race and it was the Red man.

There are several events in our history and monuments that are not accurate in their meaning. The Civil War is a massive symbol of a terrible reality that we have endured. The assassination of the Kennedys is a very accurate symbol of how our government operates. The history of organized crime and mob bosses is a badge of dishonor that is still prevelant today.

But the most obvious symbol of our hypocrisy is racism. The concept of owning people and slaughtering entire populations is a major part of who we are. We need to study our history and put the actual results on the walls of all of our libraries and government offices, in the form of artwork that displays the wondrous beauty that we demolished.

Truth is nowhere to be seen in most cases, as we go through our daily routines. If we are going to show any integrity to the future masses who study us we have to give rather than take. We have taken long enough. It is disgraceful that we are so materialistic and fame, fortune, and power is our motivation.

The locals in South Dakota call Mount Rushmore the "shrine of hypocrisy". It displays our great leaders and presides in a remote area, carved into one of the most originally beautiful mountains before it was desecrated. These great men show how our virtuous efforts are failures while our true nature is a secret.

If racism was an important part of the human definition, the white man would be hated by all. It is disgraceful what we have done throughout history. Our society is still a big lie. Yet, If I can find 5 people out of 100 who would agree with me then I would be astonished. I will literally be arrested and committed if I speak out for truth. If I am committed to truth, I will be killed.

WE are the symbol of egoic delusion and deviant behavior. Our future will have books that show us for what we truly are. How many of us own this true definition? Our spiritual minority avoids truth and focuses on keeping a positive attitude with love the overwhelming topic. If they are confronted with the negative truth they all turn away and make sure they remove all of this truth from their lives.

How comfortable we are with such a drastically negative history and reality. We are so quick to take the easy way out. It is extremely rare to find any person who defends truth and is comparable to one of our great leaders in history. Instead, we attack the honest person and edit truth from our life. WE set an example of huge importance for the future of mankind.

WE are making it impossible to ignore what we are. That is actually something that establishes value in our true existence. If we improve our society we may be able to hide truth forever. All we need now is a 50 foot statue of a huge overweight man who is sitting in a recliner watching TV.   

Wade


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Re: Shrine of Hypocrisy
« Reply #1 on: October 04, 2012, 12:16:57 PM »
Hi Wade,
I agree with much that you say – there are too few who are willing to speak out, sometimes from fear that they may be heard, sometimes from fear that they will not.
Human nature is human nature, this pervades all (not just some) of the cultures and races that have existed, it seems it will also pervade the ones to come. So it becomes a game of numbers, those few who do speak out, those who try to see beyond the lies and self-serving rhetoric soldier on, they can only gain precedence by practising what they preach, but they are few in number and easily outshouted by the ‘others’.
Blogs are a great source of documenting what we feel and believe, however they are difficult to find and in most cases reach relatively few people – I use mine more for recording these things as I often forget the things that matter to me at the time (if you are interested it is here: cactuschris.wordpress.com – but it is no great works, just a small dump of thoughts as and when I have time). 

I’m not sure about “A very long time ago there was only one race and it was the Red man.” – actually if you want to go back to one race it is very, very far back in Africa – the original people of the Americas are only a few tens of thousands of years back – but I think I get the sentiment intended.

“But the most obvious symbol of our hypocrisy is racism. The concept of owning people and slaughtering entire populations is a major part of who we are.” – and while I agree that racism plays a part in this, it has equally been apparent on a tribal basis, and even with tribes it is practised. This is not driven by racism, it is driven by man’s in built drive to oppress the weak  - remember that the soon-to-be-slaves taken from West Africa on the slave ships were rounded up and taken to the coast and sold by the Africans from the local areas – many groups played their awful part in the chain of trade in people. People know inherently right from wrong, but this can easily be subsumed in the name of fear or greed (or sometimes just plain survival).

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chris

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« Reply #2 on: October 04, 2012, 07:25:36 PM »
Very good post Chris! I appreciate the information. I had forgotten those tribal issues. I also appreciate the blog site. I have received 4 or 5 links in the recent past from posters and they have been fantastic. I will check it out.

My source of most of my information is Edgar Cayce. The past I am talking about with regards to the Red man is between 50,000 and 100,000 years ago...Atlantis. Not only do I find great wisdom in his words, and am amazed at his abilities and offerings to mankind, I have had a near death experience and it was almost exactly like what he described.

I have Ebooks online if you are interested. Just google Wade Welch Deal or No Deal. My life story is also there, and it is totally unique and very strange. I don't mention that my Dad is a retired top secret Fed and worked in a secret facility underground beneath a missle mfr. But I do mention most of the things the Feds have done to me in my life because I refused to be recruited.

I would not change a thing though. I miss my family but they are better off not being around me. I would be just a normal person who is ignorant and controled by society. Now people think I am nuts because I am different. I love that "look" I get when I explain who I am.

Wade

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« Reply #3 on: October 05, 2012, 12:18:11 PM »
Hi Wade,
Interesting read. I have explored the Atlantean issues very little (and hence the wrong understanding of the Red people), it is certainly true though that much that we think is new and new discoveries have often been part of ancient wisdom.

From your book:
“God, the "Artist", created the universe. He established Free Will. This was intended to allow us to reach our goals...our future”

I have not read EC, but know some of his works – I prefer to find some of these things out by myself, rather that is than to inherit someone else’s perception. The quote above is key to part of that difference - it is true, and because god created us, by definition we are not part of god, we apart from god, a creation of god, he gave us the opportunity to demonstrate individually what and who we are and what and who we can be, and god gave the free will for us to take advantage of that opportunity. This fundamentally changes the global consciousness concept, and that ‘we return to god’, however the outcome, once thought through becomes much clearer and the pieces that we can deal with fit together a lot better.


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« Reply #4 on: October 06, 2012, 12:31:24 AM »
It is difficult to invest into a person's life's work that was 65-100 years ago, even if it speaks to us. My acceptance of Cayce and his work came after I left this world for 16 hours and when I came back, my experience was exactly like Cayce's. For me it was easy...I know for sure his descriptions are true.

Now the vibration and ego thing is a different story. I had to compare Freud and many scientists. They all mesh with Cayce, although it requires a commitment to get beyond the surface. The problem is...our purpose becomes inconvenient if we have to examine vibration and that damn ego is a concept, be it tangible concept, that sucks beyond all understanding.

I think one portion of the bottom line concerns our age. Unless we have reached 50 we are still searching. That is excuse enough to not accept anything anyone says as truth. But, make a list and see how it all plays out. A big chalkboard on the wall would be cool. Seeing everything in a list would help make sense.

I want you to know how wonderful it is that you are willing to communicate with me and how much strength in character you have shown me. You are a natural born leader.

Wade
 

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« Reply #5 on: October 08, 2012, 12:16:06 PM »
Hi Wade,
Your 16 hour experience sounds very interesting, it is often only during these extreme experiences that some of the opaqueness is lessened and visibility improves.
I have little issue with Cayce, we each see, and describe what we see as best we can using the terminology that we have available. Given that we are all part of the same universe it is unsurprising that what we see and how we describe it forms part of a constant theme.
I have always tried first to experience for myself, and then to see what others think – for me this (although slow) is the only way not to simply become a ‘believer’ in other’s belief systems. Take for instance some of the ancient sites, many have a board describing what is there if you look, the archaeologists do a good job, but they do not always get the feel for a place – yet if you just enter and listen on all channels there is much more to be discovered, perhaps where the water supply was, perhaps what people did there. Later when reviewed alongside the archaeology much becomes clear.

Now many talk of us as being part of god, of being here to experience on behalf of god, or returning to god when we move on – and this is not what I see. For many this may well appear to be what happens, but I think closer examination, and questioning, demonstrates that if we are creations of god (rather than just modified parts of god) then we have been given a separate existence, that this universe, while loved and watched over by god, is allowed to evolve, the outcome uncertain, success not guaranteed. Yet because of that the outcome becomes much more precious that simply modifying parts of god in order to achieve a pre-defined end point. If we are just parts of god, then individually our existence becomes essentially futile, we are simple puppets with no chance to become more – why I ask would a god choose to do this, and the answer (for me) is that god did not. God created something new, our universe, and gave the inhabitants free will as an essential part of the allowance of evolution, and eventually some beings may well become much more than what we are now – by evolving spiritually.
Now this is not far in many ways from what Cayce describes, there are differences in interpretation, but the foundations are similar.

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« Reply #6 on: October 09, 2012, 12:08:23 AM »
I very much appreciate your words and your thoughts. I am evolving and doing it very quickly now. I hear words that discuss the duality and how our goal is to conquer that and be a god. And that this life has no meaning. And I feel as though I need to find a "zone" where I feel at home. I know that I could be less emotional and not focus on life, but I have decided not to do that. I will be the best I can be and see what that turns out to be.

I will proceed as if we are all here for a reason. My seeking truth has been my addiction for all of my life, and with Feds or "friends" of my Dad everywhere I go, it is hard to not care about this world. I have had 3 or 4 different jobs in the last 2 or 3 years and each one there was either my dad or an agent. They always seem to know where I am...although I must admit even I could figure that part out...I do automotive upholstery...how long would it take to find me...4 hours?

I played golf a few days ago, walked alone, and on the 15th hole I was joined by two guys about 30 years old. On the 18th tee, I asked them if they worked for the Federal gov...yes, DOD agents. And that was just a coincidence. Uhh.

Top secret underground Federal facility beneath a missle manufacturer, formerly run? by my Dad. I am thinking that my purpose in this life was to break the "chain" that was our family. I was born intelligent, gifted, and with great potential in a "free" country. A golden opportunity...yeah right. It is funny to think it took me 55 years to realize who I am.

I am a simple fool who just had to risk everything and stand up for truth, and what I believe, and say NO. This world is a negatively charged world but if we have anything in our favor, even just a friend, all it takes is a positive attitude and commitment. It is not so easy if we are an "illegal" trying to make it without identification, but suffering is not to be feared. Share a positive attitude with a good friend and there is a chance. We find good people when we stay focused, and we all need some help at times.

I will stay who I am, not a god, and work on vibration and embracing my soul, as I stay focused on truth, and prove that a fool can and will finish his job before it is his time to go.

Wade "fool" 
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« Reply #7 on: October 09, 2012, 05:46:03 AM »
The fact that we have opportunities in life, or the lack of, are the result of an initial action. What that action is and how it results in our reality as we know it now, is a question that has tremendous importance if we accept that life has importance at all.

How we can bring the wisdom of the beginnings of our fate to mankind is more important than anything we can discover in this life, since we will know these answers once we die...if we can master the path of light.
 
How sub particles respond to an observer have little importance because once we die we will know those simple answers to those simple questions...if we can master the path of light.

How we can offer those questions and answers to mankind is the important question if life has importance. Our life has tremendous meaning and it is probably inconvenient and egoic. We may sit here and punch buttons debating a topic, but it is, at best, a slight contributor to our purpose in life.
 
What does have tremendous importance at this moment is what you are now, and what you are tomorrow.

We are here to master our ego so we can leave this world correctly. If we can find a way to enter and leave correctly, that answers all of your questions...automatically. We can meditate, or we can write, or we can read, or we can listen to music...
 
We are here to have a positive attitude and radiate that attitude to all around you. We are here to make a commitment that is noticed by all around you. We are here to embrace the suffering of another and become strong within that suffering to show that other there is hope.
 
We are here to sacrifice and stand up for what you believe, so others will notice. We are here to smile and thank another for their existence. We are here to love and feel that love and display that love as if it was just discovered.
 
Life is waiting for you. Waiting for you to show who you are...discover who you are...master who you are.
 
A simple task such as eating less to improve your physicality, even if it costs you inconvenience such as sleep deprivation, is why you are here. Such as touching a person with no words and only a smile and having that person know that you care. Getting up ten minutes early and getting to work early. Finding one thing you could be more focused on and get resluts each week.
 
There are numerous ways we can get real and live a meaningful life. That is the truth of the ego. We are here for a damn good reason, and if you want to deprive yourself of that meaning, I will help if you ask me.

Go out and create.

Wade the "fool"

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Re: Shrine of Hypocrisy
« Reply #8 on: October 31, 2012, 05:44:31 PM »
Hi, nice post.
The founding fathers (now the founders) were human and they knew about human tendencies. That's why they came up with the system of government that we have in the U.S. today. There are checks and balances, because they knew without those the freedom they desired for all (including themselves) would be short lived. You can see attempts to limit these freedoms everywhere. People's foibles don't change. The system in which people live change. A system that is based on freedom makes it easier for people to express their wants and needs and therefore it is less prone to violence.
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