Q & A


The mainstream media, and many alternative channels, purposefully present the same narrative because this is being dictated from the top down. In the United States, for example, six corporations govern the entire media, and there are ties between these as well.

We deny the possibility of centralised power because it appears information is coming from such a range of sources. We therefore dismiss individual claims that don’t stand up against the mainstream consensus. It feels easier to accept the idea that these divergent viewpoints are controversial, misinformed or crazy, even though we can’t explain what benefit would be gained from putting oneself in the firing line to disclose unpopular information.

The MSM stifle open discussion by manipulating others words to justify their own narrative. They nitpick at convenient segments and distort the underlying intention, and then extrapolate that to diminish someone’s entire reputation. This detracts from the wider message, convincing us instead to rely on institutions with conflicts of interest and financial power to source information.

The rampant censorship of free speech by big tech violates the human right for free expression. This stifles public discourse which promotes informed choice. Instead of making up our own minds, our perception is manipulated through propaganda, undemocratic fact checking (run by the same conglomerates), and algorithms with no oversight or transparency. This violates the foundational code of authentic journalism.

Select public figures are purposefully placed in strategic positions of power with a vast amount of wealth, enabling them to dictate and control public perception under the cloak of their establishments. In reality, they are conducting the bidding of their superiors who govern from the shadows.

Before blindly trusting information, it serves well to investigate the companies and individuals who are presenting the information. Start by following the money trail.

The ‘fractional reserve’ banking system permits banks to lend out far more than they hold in deposit, and so money is printed that doesn’t exist and is loaned out at interest, repaid through hard labour. This has allowed the global central banks to completely control the economic climate and manipulate rates as they please for their own vested interest.

Mounting debt keeps every nation tied to the central banks who can then dictate policies, or else the nation faces becoming impoverished or subject to a staged coup to get them back in line. 

Libya’s Gadaffi, for example, proposed the return of a sovereign gold backed currency unchained from the central fiat debt enslavement system, and then conveniently found his country enmeshed in civil war.

Cash was originally used as a receipt for gold held in deposits, because the gold was too heavy to transport. Now the world’s gold reserves have been siphoned and cash is set to be exchanged for digital currency, removing all form of tangible exchange and leaving the population completely at the discretion of the banks who will be able to create wealth and manipulate the market with a few clicks of a button. This funnels into greater centralisation of power.

As a resource extracted from the Earth, gold does not directly contribute to human value. As a centralised currency it poses the same risk of exploitation as paper money, despite the fact it is a more precious resource and may have other useful applications.

Both gold and paper currency have more value than digital currency, however, which can be generated from thin air and easily manipulated. But the whole economy is rigged anyway, due to fractional reserve banking and the fiat currency which was designed to fail. If gold were to become the new currency, it would be exploited by those who can acquire the most, fostering another competitive system. In many ways, this is what it was like in history. There is risk posed with any medium of exchange that lacks intrinsic value.

Whilst gold has been traded for thousands of years and retains its value better than most assets, it all ultimately feeds the control system until there is a paradigm shift in the way resources are handled and traded, free from the interference of centralised institutions. People have killed for gold. Countries have gone to war for gold and today the majority has been siphoned into private vaults. The global population were tricked into giving their gold away in exchange for IOU receipts, which became paper currency. Most people have no idea about this history of currency.

I’d propose a system where we trade based on individual skill sets, without using an agreed upon centralised resource to exchange. This would not be feasible at the moment until we see the dimantling of globalisation and redistribution of wealth, without succumbing to collectivist ideologies such as socialism and communism, which are even more harmful than the corrupt capitalist system.

The more decentralised the networks, and the more ethical/valuable the resource/service, the more efficient things would work and the higher the quality of life for individuals, and at the least expense to the planet and its resources.

I’m skeptical of the ‘Q’ movement, or any that detracts from the individual and promotes an external saviour (inadvertently, or otherwise). For this reason, I only take what resonates and move on. Even some potential disinfo agents can offer some pieces to the puzzle at a time when needed. People feel safe attaching to belief systems and looking for a saviour, even willing to overlook obvious warning signs sometimes. In the end we can only trust ourselves and apply strong discernment in every situation, otherwise we may be led down a garden path.

However, I do feel most of the content in the Out of Shadows documentary is accurate and that will serve a benefit in providing a catalyst to higher consciousness for some people, as will many aspects of The Fall of Cabal series, though I must admit I was disappointed when it promoted Q as the saviour in the latter parts, because again I’d say there was a lot of useful information that dot connected well and resonated with my own findings.

In some cases, even with the strongest discernment, it can be hard to know the underlying intention and then we have to consider that no one is perfect and possesses all the answers. Ultimately, if we do not attend to our own shadow and actually embody the reality we want to create, then we will remain stuck in our rational mind and disconnected from the deeper aspects of reality that would enable our evolution.

All things considered, I think the documentaries (rather than the movement) do more good than harm and create a ‘net gain’. If there is useful information that can be extracted from anything, then we should take it and filter it through own reasoning, to build our own bigger picture. The problem arises when we become identified/affiliated with a belief system/movement at the expense of continuing to expand our perception and question reality.

Feminism, at least in its current expression as a movement, is ironically perpetuating the schism between the genders. Feminism as a concept was rooted in striving for equality, which is fine, but it has been coopted into a destructive ideology to masculinize women.

Efforts to demand equality have been more focused on retribution against ‘toxic masculinity’ and the ‘patriarchy’. As a result females have been adopting the same traits they claim to be in opposition of, continuing to neglect the innate feminine traits. 

There are unhealthy expressions of both masculinity and femininity which feed off one another. The darker feminine may use emotional manipulation, or seduction techniques to gain advantage, for example. Generally speaking, throughout modern history the masculine force has prevailed, prioritising logic, reason and intellectual pursuits over emotional awareness, intuition, empathy and creativity, for example.

We should be encouraging a resurgence of healthy feminine qualities within society, whilst respecting the masculine counterpart. This also applies to the biological differences between men and women, which unify in synthesis.

I don’t think it’s fair to diminish the efforts of genuine individuals within the LGBT community by brandishing them all as complicit in a socialist communist agenda, which also exploits them and creates division within communities. This is why I raise caution against attaching our identities to any external belief system or movement, no matter how well intentioned. I can acknowledge how LBGT will have helped many men and women feel more comfortable opening up about their sexuality and having others to relate to. This kind of community spirit does have its benefits.

It’s a sad reality when moral causes are coopted, much like BLM, and in most cases these movements were intentionally created to homogenize the population. The feminisation of men and masculinisation of women is a part of an gener reversal agenda to dissolve binary gender. This ties into the transhumanist plot. It can be hard sometimes to speak of this without upsetting some people who may feel closer identification with other expressions, which is fine providing these haven’t been conditioned through social engineering programs. It’s a difficult conversation to have, but an important one nonetheless.

We don’t want to throw the baby out with the bathwater and disregard liberal attitudes completely. Every human should be able to exercise their free will without the necessity to adhere to a staus quo. This has led to its own problems, particularly within factured family dynamics through adherence to societal norms and expectations. These have been exploited by the establishment, resulting in unhealthy relationships and single parenting, which have made it more difficult to focus on family priorities, due to work and other constraints, which are intentionally made hard to juggle.

I see many flaws with the ‘traditional system’ which is why I don’t endorse going back to ‘old ways’. The idea that kids could be a part of and looked after by the community rather than in a more regimented and typical home environment, is one that has its roots in and has worked successfully in indigenous environments/cultures.

Restoration to living in accordance back with nature could lead to more community based ways of living that are more free and expressive (true liberalism). We should be realistic however, and work to some degree within current conditions. Correcting family distortions would be a vital stepping stone toward individual development, where children are correctly nurtured and have the opportunity to think outside the box.

Regardless of which party gets into power, the policies fail to address the underlying causes that give rise to dysfunctional expressions within society. There is no more ‘righteous’ party that exists in politics. There are pros and cons to right and left wing policies, which serve different people at different times based on numerous factors, such as their upbringing, home, economic circumstances, employment etc. This can change across the course of someone’s lives, which may shift their political stance. One man’s medicine is another’s poison. It all depends on which lens you are viewing through.

Not everyone who doesn’t vote is apathetic or disinterested. Point scoring, manipulation, corruption, backtracking and false promises are all deeply embedded into the political culture in general, regardless of who you vote for. As long as we pick a side, we are outsourcing our power to corrupt authorities and perpetuating division with those of opposing viewpoints.

Sustainable change is a byproduct of individual’s taking responsibility to attend to their own unresolved trauma wounds that trigger projections and contribute to a divisive external climate. It serves well to take a closer look at home rather than solely pointing the finger at those in power who exploit our ignorance for their own advantage.

The more we work on ourselves the more control we have to direct our fate. Focus more energy on trusting and believing in your potential as an individual, and try not to let the political charade distract you from this.

We should not turn to that same state for a solution to a problem they created. Two party politics is illusory, no matter which politician is in power, because they only serve the interests of those above them who dictate the policies, economics and law.

Handing a vote to either party is wasted and perpetuates this idea that we need to rely on external authority to fix our problems. Yes, it would help if the government didn’t have vested interests and did what was morally right and fair, but we don’t live in that world, so best to opt out and stop giving central authorities more control over the masses.

Through taking individual responsibility, we are able to understand how collective external conditions result from unresolved underlying psychological pathologies which are exploited by external authority for governance.

When we turn our attention introspectively and focus on educating ourselves, healing our traumas, resolving addictions and healing our relationships, amongst other things, we are putting ourselves in the best position to then help others and transform the state of of society, without expecting those in positions of power to do it for us.

I agree corruption is inevitable in a small percentage of successful business owners, but there are ties between the elite bloodlines who own the biggest corps, and it was designed that way. Gates is just playing his role alongside the Rockefellers, Rothschilds, Soros, Kissinger etc, and when they have that level of top down control, they can infiltrate other establishments with enormous effectiveness.

Bill Gates is known as the biggest philanthropist with his billions, but when you look deeper you realise it’s all a smokescreen for nefarious activities. There is an argument to be made that the world’s population is growing at an unsustainable rate (given the current economic model, consumption rate and environmental damage), but that does not justify forced sterilisation and eugenics. If individuals are to take back their own personal power, then first they need to be made aware of how their free will is being manipulated.

Yes, we are all responsible for our mind and choices, and many choose to live in ignorance. That’s why a lot of people wilfully brush off revealing information, even when it’s staring them in the face. They choose to be governed externally and hand over the keys to their freedom to the state. 

Others have had enough. They realise something’s amiss and that they are deeply dissatisfied and  seeking answers. I don’t believe in enforcing information on anyone unless they feel ready to make that transition within themselves.

If people continue to question reality and look deeper, they will soon look inside themselves and discover the answers they are looking for. But we must each be prepared to undergo a kind of ‘dark night of the soul’ period first, where we shed away old layers that are no longer serving us, first on the external and then within our own unconscious shadow that governs our behaviour and feeds right into the unhealthy collective manifestations. So it’s a case of striking the balance between external awareness and internal development.

Fear is the greatest enemy, and people react in unpredictable ways to uphold their illusion. Cognitive dissonance is very powerful. I agree, the last thing we want is everyone projecting fear and anger onto one another and feeding separation. Like you said, this is a desirable outcome for those in ‘power’.

My outlook on the future is positive. It always has been. But I understand that there is a process that can’t be bypassed. Only through self responsibility and commitment to personal healing can we bring more light to the planet.

These elite aren’t as clever as they might believe. They lack creativity and operate mechanically. This is why they leave so many breadcrumbs. They also do it as a form of predictive programming to lower our vibrations and manipulate us into manifesting those outcomes. So I also agree that we don’t want to feed into undesirable outcomes and give them more energy to materialise.

It is then our responsibility to access our potential from within and to transmute the negativity through mastering the mind. But mind control is very real and the majority of the population are still hypnotised within the dream spell, unable to direct their will through conscious intent. This is the reason why regressive systems of control still remain in power and control continues to centralise toward a synthetic singularity.

It’s unrealistic to try and expect or force people to go vegan. Unfortunately a vegan diet can lead to malnourishment, even when the choices are nutritionally optimal for that diet. Well known vegan activists have been known to revert back to eating meat because their health has suffered. Ethics should be considered, but our bodies do seem to have evolved over the years to sustain on animal products.

Pushing for radical change seldom works. Things have to change gradually. If we focused on cutting down consumption first then this could be more effective considering the rate of over consumption. This would then increase organic farming practices. Reality is complex. Higher consciousness feeds off lower all the time. That’s how energy is transferred. Sadly in the third dimension, this happens more often, but if we can elevate beyond that soon, we naturally won’t need as much energy to thrive from.

Veganism as a movement has become a belief system, not much different from a religion. The amount of hate and judgements I see coming from it is astounding. All religions begin with good intentions, and purport to have the truth – and many times they preach valuable information, but in the end it always becomes corrupted, and can have devastating consequences.

Beliefs become cults and cult mentalities lead to exclusion. They don’t accept others for where they are at in their own journey. Of course it can be frustrating, but others will move in the right direction when it is their time to do so. We don’t have control over that, nor should we assume moral superiority and stop questioning our own beliefs.

There won’t be a vegan revolution, but if we can encourage people to turn inwards and focus on their own self-development, then they will be more likely to make more ethical choices that help mitigate the mistreatment of animals, which is a real concern that we shouldn’t ignore.


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