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Because They Avoid Reality . . .


By James Donahue


We are amazed at the amount of time, money and energy our religious-oriented society is willing to spend in its quest to “scientifically” prove the things that those in the esoteric world can answer for them free of charge.


I suppose if they would offer a few million dollars to explain how to communicate with the dead, or make contact with aliens, explain the angelic and spiritual world or describe what happens after we die . . . what the heck; you know many would take it. Some so-called “psychics” are already taking money but usually for the wrong reasons. Outside of a few television studios that are looking for unusual and titillating things to feed their audience, few others are offering.


That is obviously because they don’t believe the things that people in the spiritual realm know. That Christian belief system won’t let them accept the spiritualists as valid sources of information. And if the information is shown to possibly be correct, the religious fanatics scream that the work was “of the devil” and they turn away in fear.


Consider two peculiar “scientific” endeavors reported in recent news articles.


In Burlingame, California, an inventor named Robert Barrows has applied for a patent to produce and sell electronically enhanced tombstones, complete with computerized video screens, hard disc microchip memory and recorder, that he believes will capture messages from the dead.


Barrows wants to urge people to design their own video monument that will be placed in an extravagant mausoleum, so they can “keep in touch” with relatives after they pass on to the astral world.


Sounds like a grandiose fleecing scheme to me. Barrows obviously wants to tap into people’s estates before they die. I doubt if anybody is going to receive real messages let alone pictures from the grave on those things. The spirits may walk among us, but we really doubt if they have the ability to use video equipment built into their tombstone to send messages from the other side.


In yet another story in the Christian Science Monitor, we learn that the government’s SETI research program, designed to capture radio messages from other worlds through ultra-sensitive listening posts in the American deserts, is being expanded with new and more complex and super computerized equipment.


The story said scientists are excited about this new equipment because to date, after aiming their old receivers at over 700 stars, they have yet to tap into a message from an intelligent life form. In spite of an almost open display of UFO recent sightings the world over, these guys think they still don’t have proof that other intelligent life in the universe exists.


Those of us who have observed these ships, or learned to leave our body and come face-to-face with other entities know that we are surrounded by intelligent life forms. They hover over our heads and they sometimes even possess our bodies.


But then, we are talking about demons and other evil spirits, whom the Christians believe are to be avoided at all cost. They believe such spirits are pawns of the fallen angel Lucifer, alias Satan, who was turned by an angry God into a red cloaked pointy tailed fiend who would tempt us all into a hellish eternity.


They believe it is better to avoid knowing anything about these spiritual beings that share our world and spend billions of government dollars on advancing the SETI program, than admit that we have been fooled by a 2,000-year-old cult.


Better to spend countless hours listening to faint beeps, tweets and burps in radio frequencies from distant space, they say, than turn an esoteric ear to the life-changing power of the Mother Earth, whose awakening is sending forth powerful Kundalini energies destined to change our world forever.


As long as the political leaders, scientists and teachers of our society cling to their archaic Christian belief system, they will never know or even turn in the correct spiritual direction to discover the truth. And they will never pass it on to their children.


That is very sad.