>Their goal is a complacent sense of dread. They want people desperate but still hopeful. Hope was the last evil left in Pandora’s box before she closed the lid. People are always confused about why someone would call hope evil. Hope is a special kind of trust that comes blended with desperation.
In 'The Art of War' Sun Tzu touched on this.
When you take away either an escape path, or hope, the enemy will fight to the death.
If you take hope away from a human being they become incredibly unpredictable and dangerous.
A desperate population that hopes for and expects (with a given magnitude) salvation is far more easy to contain.
The population is always yearning for tomorrow, a tomorrow that never comes.
They are waiting around for someone else to manifest it, instead of doing it themselves.
I am afraid to say this at this point my frens, but I must;
Religion plays a huge role in this.
Remember when WW told us, "You are all your own saviours"?
I was 'yearning' for the day when someone made this connection.
For it's incredibly important on this journey of life.
Aside from the obvious, I specifically think about people like Corey Goode with this notion.
The premise that there is a fatherly figure watching out for all of us and essentially doing most of the work behind the scenes.
It gives the impression that an outside higher force is going to do all the work for us in the end.
While I do believe there are positive entities 'out there' and working with world governments in limited capacities, I do not believe they are going to solve all of our problems for us.
This isn't to be confused with things such as destroying nuclear weapon tests or intervening in hostile acts.
If there is one thing I believe from the 777 Shane the Ruiner material, I believe his statement that there is no outside fatherly figure going to hold our hand.
In order to understand these 'Ascended Masters' and the choices they make, I have been spending considerable amounts of Time trying to put myself in their position.
Trying to see the nature of our reality from a higher vantage point on The Mountain.
If they came down and told us how to solve all of our problems, we would never learn.
Give a man a fish, and feed him for one day. Teach a man to fish…
It is only through the pain of our mistakes that we will learn.
The father only steps in to take the nuclear missile out of our hands that we found in his closet.
No one is going to save us but ourselves.
>"The problem is choice."
>When does a Giant awaken?
When you choose to embrace that you are all the hero of your life's story, and that you are your own savior.
>But how can you buy someone who holds no value greater than free will?
In all seriousness, only by empowering the choices of others would you do this.
>The power of belief has been a transitory concept for me. It is there, and then it moves, then it changes. It is constantly adjusting
Belief systems constantly adapt to circumstances.
"I've destroyed my entire belief system more than once since this journey began"
Hope is an equation based on a series of variables.
Faith is 100% blind.
Some live with blind faith, some are fluid in their beliefs.
Beliefs change all the Time, deeply ingrained Faith rarely does.
>Belief = Testable and Provable, but open to change as new information comes forth.
>Faith = Irrational Belief. Unverifiable.
Summed up quite nicely.
>Does the value lie in the Accurate representation of the original or in the amount they changed from original and the ability to question why?
For the story to be told correctly, one must visit what's written in the fractals of Time already.
Disney's artistic input has bastardized several entertaining 'genres' as we all know.
Licensing has butchered continuity of paying proper respects to the series of events as they should have unfolded in the MCU.
Remember when I told you to question all things my fren?
The Mandelbrots and Julias of 'Complexity' were never questioned!
(We do need to know our 'theories' don't we?)
A Chaotician is just as respected as a comic book fan.
No 1 called me out when I said that if the story is told correctly, then Captain Marvel would snap her fingers with the gauntlet on.
No 1 called me out when I said;
<Only 1 way it's supposed to end w/ Drax.
Only 1 of 3 ways.
What about Gamora and Adam Warlock?
No one has been able to successfully predict the ending of 'End Game' prior to watching it.
Who's hand would the gauntlet fit anyway?
A bit large for Gamora.
Remember, Banner is being able to use his mind more clearly in 'Hulk' form these days.
Antman reappearing from the Quantum Realm as of late?
Phase 3 -> Phase 4 possible Galactus breadcrumbs?
The introduction of Adam Warlock would be a bonus.
Considering it is someone on the Q team…