The Mystery Of The Watchers
By James Donahue
Among the unexplained
mysteries in our house has been my wife’s ability to communicate freely with various entities from beyond the veil.
They have gone by many
names, some claimed to be arch angels, others emissaries from Lucifer, still
others simply called themselves “beings” or “entities” that seem to have no home.
There has been a common
threat among these communicators . . . they all appear to have knowledge about the future and the past and seem to live in
a parallel and timeless universe. They also seem capable of looking freely through the veil and gazing over our pitiful existence.
They predict future events, sometimes with startling accuracy.
But that is another story.
What I want to focus on for this piece is the reference these beings have made to the “watchers.” It comes out
in communications sometimes when we least expect it. And when we ask who the watchers are, the answer is usually so mangled
it makes little sense.
We have the sense that
something, or some organization of aliens, or perhaps a secret counsel of superior beings, is sitting in judgment over all
that occurs on this planet. While some would like to think of this entity as God, we sense that it is something very different,
yet possessing a chilling power over our future.
A lot of ancient text
refers to “watchers” from the heavens. The Egyptians, for example, told of migrating from the biblical land
of Shin’ar, which means Land of the Watchers. The Egyptians called
it Ta Neter, or Land of the Watchers “from which the gods came into Egypt.”
The Book of the Dead
includes prayers for deliverance from the watchers who came from Ta-Ur, the Far
The Sumerians called
the watchers Anunnaki, who came from Nibiru to judge and rule the inhabitants of Earth. Some say Nibiru refers to a distant
planet, while others translate the word to mean “those who from Heaven to Earth came.”
The Book of Enoch talks
about how the Watchers called upon Enoch the scribe to bring supplication for the evil acts committed on Earth.
The Book of Genesis refers
to Anakim and Nephilm, or those who came from Heaven to Earth.
Thus the concept of Watchers
is ancient, and well documented.
It is not unlike the
Christian concept of a God in Heaven who watches down on everything and that someday every human will stand in judgment before
the throne of the almighty.
While we do not
accept the concept of an external god sitting in judgment of the human race, the suggestion that “watchers” are
out there, keeping an eye on human activities, gives us the uneasy feeling that if they exist, they may have a hidden
agenda. And if it isn’t eventual judgment, what then?
In personal experimental
adventures out of the body and into that strange world of silence and telepathic communication, I have slammed face-to-face
with alien figures that were clearly the beings we call Greys. And I once met and flew for a while with a jolly figure of
light energy that attempted to take human shape. The best it could do was make itself resemble a gingerbread man cookie.
But these are not the
watchers. I sense there may be something much more powerful that sits
in council over all life. It is not exactly a creator god but more of a master brain that is somehow manipulating all of us
like a giant chess set.
Someday, if we as members
of the human race ever get it right and evolve to a mental and spiritual level where we have our third eyes open, connect
to the light of the god that exists within us, and possibly even communicating telepathically as a unit, perhaps
the veil can be lifted.
Then we too, will begin
to understand the great secrets that await us on the other side. Perhaps the concept in the Hollywood
film The Matrix is closer to reality than we want to believe.