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WARNINGS

WARNINGS

 

"It is dangerous to be right in matters on which the established authorities are wrong."

Voltaire (1694-1778),

Franšais (French) philosopher

and author,

Translated from the Franšais

 


Deviating from the norm makes one an outsider.  Society reacts differently to outsiders; xenophobically mainly, that's a fear and often a hatred.  It's rare to be wealthy.  It's rare to be enlightened.  It's rare to be independent.  This doesn't make it wrong.  Having strength in your convictions, as the 易經 (Yi Jing) instructs staking one's life on following one's will (or in other words, doing things wholeheartedly) is necessary for progress.

 

Most people won't accept (into their belief system) anything outside the gen pop (general population) beliefs.  Like talking about energies without meaning electricity.  Talking about things widely accepted in sub-cultures like poltergeists or incubi.

 


Society's people will judge you on sight.  They'll fit you subconsciously, instantly into stereotypical pigeonholes.  For example if you have hair longer or shorter than the norm for your gender or your position in their society.  If your accent or pronunciation is off.  If your clothing is abnormal.  If you're disabled or sickly.  If your posture or body language is different.  Society is cruel and ruthless.  Don't be their victim.

 

A dedicated lifestyle can be so very ultra-different to >99.9% of other people's that they can't relate to you.  You look different without makeup, nail polish, mini-skirt or heels, or with a beard, long hair, if you and your family including your kids live and stay separate, if you grow your children free from the influence of Society via their multimedia religion, if your clothes are different; basic; functional not high fashionable, if you don't adhere to Society's customs of their specific holidays, recipes, fragrances and the like, if you live in a unique homestead not a mass-produced design.  Your energy becomes different to a normal member of Society, and it's visible.  People are far more subconsciously aware than they know.  They can tell you're different from afar.  Subconsciously sensing your cleansed aura.  Deeply resenting you for your freedoms and comparatively their lack of such.  Most people like the theory of freedom.  Despite their desperate clinging to an archaic structure.  Yet hardly anyone utilizes their freedoms.  Especially rare is freedom from dependencies.

 


Every step you take towards a new life, a better you, is somewhat of a step away from Society.  Beware of the risks.  Advance with awareness.

 

"Of course I've changed.  My eyes have opened.  And once they're opened, believe me, what used to look normal seems insane...  Can't you see?!...  Join the rest of them.  They'll tell you I'm crazy.  You'll get plenty of people to tell you I'm crazy.  You won't have any problems filling out your divorce papers on me.  But somebody's gotta try, goddammit."

District Attorney Jim Garrison (1921-1992),

JFK (1991) movie based on his

and Jim Marrs' factual history books

and scriptwritten by Oliver Stone

and Zachary Sklar

 

Sometimes the bliss of enlightenment is tempered by the experience of the nightmare one's surrounded by.  Change your surroundings and come and live & learn with us.  See appendix VI: The Church of Terra Sanctuaria: Meditation Retreat Commune.  A care-full balance of pace along the path must be focused upon.  Move too quickly, for example by too long immersion with psychedelic chemicals and the negativities appear uncopable.  Move too slowly, rarely appearing tempting on such a bright path, and the inanity, mundanity, shadowy aspects of Society appear to engulf one whole then start to chew...

 


Being classed as a separatist can have negative connotations.  Being separatist isn't bad by nature.  It's the difference between different tables at a restaurant and a family eating at home.

 

Disagree with Society on some points and they'll want to lock you up.  Encage you in a tiny cell probably together with a raging homosexual.

 

You'll find wild animals out there in the wilderness.  Especially wolves and coyotes.  Bears and cougars may not be too far off.  In hotter places expect more deadly animals; spiders and snakes plus other dangerous animals like scorpions and millipedes.  Mosquitoes can be carrying deadly micro-lifeforms like malaria, Dengue fever and Japanese encephalitis.  The oceans are home to sharks, barracudas, rays, jellyfish and other dangerous animals.

 

The further away you get from Society the further away you get from highly skilled emergency medical care.  Also from the aid of law enforcement and firefighters.  You'll need to try to replace any services you lose.

 

Tourette Syndrome[101] can be acquired through an increased awareness of environmental energy including Attack.  Finding out what makes you tick can make you tic.  One aspect of this dis-ease is a state where one finds one's imperfect situation unbearable and dominating energies ingressing so it's probably exacerbated if you're a maternally raised only child or other uncontrollable, perfectionist type A =).  It is, in one view, akin to stamping your feet on the ground in defiance of the situation around you.  You spit at the location because of its imperfection.  (You might want to swap chocolate for cocoa nibs.)  See the movie Niagara, Niagara (1997) for some excellent acting of this tragedy.  Attack wants you to communicate with external, it's the norm for Society to be linked in this way and external's energy or external's Attack often wants to communicate with you.

 

Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome (TMJ or Click Jaw) can afflict one working on their energy cleanliness.  It is an Attacked energetic condition easily exacerbated by proximity to Society.  Therein lies a clue to recovery; get some distance.  As seen in the movie Magnolia (1999) (written by Paul Thomas Anderson) and referenced in Poison Ivy (1992) (written by Melissa Goddard, Andy Ruben and Kat Shea Ruben), "it almost killed Burt Reynolds."

 

Symptoms of schizophrenia and other mental health conditions may present themselves in life.  This is natural yet not to be focused upon.  Society is usually more than happy to freely taint your record with mental health labels.

 

Frothing at the mouth isn't unheard of.

 

Claustrophobia and other panic attacks can occur.  This is the incurrence of external energies.  It frequently wants to delude you that it deserves to invade your space, to not be separate, that it is in fact good.  All Attack delusions.  The best solution is to afford to have your own space.  In Society this can be a difficult thing to achieve despite the immense free space on our planet.  Failing that sedatives help heaps.

 

The Spiritual Leader of Terra Sanctuaria has spent time in prison for being outside where communication with law enforcement was difficult.  See appendix VII: Autobiography.  These difficult experiences don't need to happen.  Use great care in your dealings with Society and one can try to live near them in relative safety if absolutely necessary.

 


A view is that someone who's aware is the same as someone who's sensitive.  As such less thick skinned and more vulnerable to Attack.  It's worth it.  Use additional security.

 

An amazing, love story movie called Niagara, Niagara was made about a young woman with Tourette Syndrome.  It was made in 1997, directed by Bob Gosse (1961-) and starred Robin Tunney (1972-).  They married the following year and shared a decade.  The following two excerpts are from their interview in IndieWire magazine, March 20 1998 (emphasis ours).

 

"None of [the people with Tourette I spoke with] really felt sorry for themselves.  It's something that's so much a part of you that you accept it.  You have to."

Robin Tunney,

American actress

 

"I thought the Tourette Syndrome was a great spin on this whole road movie, love story angle in a darkly comic way.  And once I got an understanding of what the disorder was, this complete uninhibited release of energy, then I really got excited about the script and decided to pursue it as a film.  Then it became more about the love story, the tragic element...  It spoke to this freedom, this lack of inhibitions, ... and by being that free, you are considered a misfit."

Bob Gosse,

American movie director