Asking Media about Bilderberg = Asking Obama about ET

Posted on December 16, 2015 · Posted in Consciousness, Disclosure, Exoconsciousness, Exopolitics

Asking mainstream media about Bilderberg  =  Asking Obama about ET.

The video of MSNBC Lawrence O’Donnell being asked about Bilderberg reminds me of Obama’s recent response to questions from GQ about ET Presence:

” I gotta tell you, it’s a little disappointing. People always ask me about Roswell and the aliens and UFOs, and it turns out the stuff going on that’s top secret, isn’t nearly as exciting as you expect. In this day and age its not as top secret as you think.”

Underlying the comments of Obama and MSNBC O’Donnell is disrespect and disregard, not to mention deceit. Business Insider reporter Ashley Lutz shares a FB graph of the massive web of Bilderberg connections from individuals to corporations to charities to governments to media.

However we judge or classify Obama and O’Donnell’s comments, their responses represent a belief system that is fading via over-exposure, becoming obsolete and irrelevant. Among those exposing is Daniel Estulin who researches and sheds light on the Bilderberg gatherings.

Whose Box are we In

I experience mainstream interviews like Obama and O’Donnell and I again and again ask: Why do we bother asking questions of those who hold secrets? Why do we chase an imaginary Pandora’s box?

Is Pandora’s box a mythical representation of how the field of consciousness possesses us with its diversity and delight, that we confuse and turn into secrets? Unable to envision our innate human ability to live in the field of consciousness, we lock information into our tiny neural networks on the micro-level and computers and vaults on the macro-level. If we stay in our Brain, we stay small and fearful. If we stay in secret we stay even smaller.

If we KNOW there is a morphic consciousness field of all available information, then we stand in our wisdom. We no longer bother with the mainstream sources.



Step up to the Microphone: You are the ET

What is below our need for information from hierarchical sources?

Perhaps we should turn the microphone around and question our self, as informed adults, ask what we “need” from those we placed in authority whether it be government, religion, academia or media.

How Do You Feel About That?

Obama feels disappointment. O’Donnell feels disgust in human stupidity.

My question is what do we feel when we read and watch mainstream answers to our questions about ET and Bilderberg? Anger, resentment, disappointment, stupid? And if mainstream has one set of beliefs and secrets of unexamined information, what is our unexamined trove? pandora's box

It is time to look to new sources of dialogue and information. Sources within our self and our community. Sources that engender emotions like knowing, wisdom, peace, belonging. Sources within our identity as ET. Sources within the field of consciousness possessing our Exoconsciousness.

Via consciousness research we are beginning to create more mature ways to adapt to the field of consciousness, allowing its expanse to envelop us without needing to fear its information will disappear if we don’t keep it a secret. Burying our own treasure.

If we refuse to look within our self, our community, the field of consciousness as Source, then we need to ask–do we like playing the game of secrets, anger, resentment, disappointment and stupidity. And if so, why?

Dig up your treasure.

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