by Tom Kenyon
Let me state here, my understanding of the situation. I am basically a pragmatist. For all of the "far‑out" kind of work I do, if it doesn’t have practical implications, I am not interested. I do not know if the Hathors’ vision is a plausible reality or not. Some days, I look at the human circus and wonder if we will ever rise above our petty, territorial and selfish monkey minds or not. And then some days I am heartened by the kindnesses of others, the twinkle in the eyes of children, or the courage of my fellow humans in the face of adversity.
I hold a vision of a more compassionate and liberated world, but I am no Pollyanna who thinks that "unity" is just around the corner. So what does one do when one finds one’s self in a sea of lemmings heading in masse for the sea? Well, for this lemming, I will continue to live with appreciation as much as my heart can hold. And I know that regardless of what happens in the world around me, I will be the better for it.
I have come to realize that some thoughts are more powerful, or catalytic, than others. These radical thoughts upset the apple cart, so to speak. They often create outrage or hysteria in those who don’t share them.
The roots of our complacency can sometimes be shaken by such thoughts, such confrontations to our common sense. There is a tendency, by those threatened, to think that such thoughts are somehow intrinsically dangerous. Perhaps there is a deep seated primordial fear of contamination, that somehow thoughts outside the box will threaten our tenuous hold on reality. One thinks of Galileo and Copernicus, who were excommunicated by the Church of Rome for their preposterous heretical thoughts‑that the center of the universe was the sun, not the Earth.
Our history is brimming full with other victims of collective society, some of them maimed, tortured and killed for nothing more than having a thought different than those around them.
Over the years I have actually become quite intrigued with thoughts outside the box, not so much because they may or may not be true‑but because they challenge us to look at ourselves and life in new ways.
You can tell if you’ve stumbled upon a radical thought if all of a sudden you feel agitated, threatened or maybe even downright pissed. These are primal responses to threatened perception and belief. They’re as old as the hills, and the gut reaction of a threatened human mammalian consciousness is to "circle the wagons and shoot."
Personally, I have found another strategy more helpful when confronted with a thought or an idea that I find particularly disturbing. I don’t think that closing my mind to possible new information is a good idea. But jumping on the bandwagon isn’t necessarily good either. I sit back, so to speak, and look at all the evidence I can find. I reason it out. And I watch where I am squirming. Where I am uncomfortable tells me more about me than it does about the offending idea.
I think that we will find ourselves more and more besieged by radical thoughts (thoughts outside the box) in the future than we have ever known as a society. The old world is breaking up and seeds of new realities are a’sprouting. We’d best get used to it.
Reader Be Aware
Please note that the following information may be disturbing to certain close‑minded paradigms. If you are bothered by views other than your own, I suggest you stop reading here.
I believe that we are in the midst of a planetary intelligence test, and the outcome may very well decide whether we are able to continue evolving or not.
One test of intelligence is the ability to consider the possibility of new information without regressing to anger, fear or sadness.
Consider all new information as a possibility, not a certainty. Suspend judgment of a new paradigm until you have collected the facts.
The Hathor Agenda
According to the Hathors, the emotional atmosphere of our society is being manipulated by those currently in world economic power. The reasons for this, according to them, involve hidden agendas and an inter-dimensional battle for the evolutionary freedom of humanity. For some of us, the idea that alien intelligences might be fiddling with us seems preposterous. I was one of those. And for anyone questioning such things, I strongly suggest you read the works by the eminent scholar and researcher, Zechariah Sitchin. The evidence of "fiddling" goes back to at least the Sumerians. Their detailed records about alien interference are most fascinating and quite an eye‑opener.
Now, personally, I can’t say whether the Hathor’s spin on things is accurate or not. I am simply reporting it. But I can say that there does seem to be a concerted effort to scare the living shit out of the American people. Some might say that this is a result of the "good guys" trying to protect us. Yeah, right. These are the same guys who have admitted to spreading "mildly active" biological agents in the San Francisco Bay area many years ago as an "experiment" to see how winds would affect the dispersal of bio‑terror agents. And these are the same guys who purposefully leaked radioactivity from the Hanford Nuclear Power Plant near Spokane, Washington to see what effect released radiation might have on the public.
Well, they got their answer. There’s more cancer in that area than in any other area of the state. That’s right; the US government orchestrated this against its own citizens without their knowledge or consent. And these are the same guys who have admitted to experimenting on their own military personnel on numerous occasions.
Since we are on the topic of bio‑terror, the United States might actually have the dubious honor of being the first country to use biological agents in recorded history. Our government knowingly gave blankets laced with small pox to the Cheyenne as they were forced out of their homelands and marched to reservations in the middle of nowhere. It was a calculated decision to reduce the Indian population and the threat of further uprisings.
Given our political history, I wonder if we actually have the right to call any other country the axis of evil. Someone once pointed out to me that if you spell evil backwards it becomes live. Perhaps evil is simply that which prevents us from living, For me, living is not the same as surviving. Living means to evolve. And either we are going to live our spiritual values and affect the outcome on this planet, or we won’t.
But back to the topic of manipulation‑one of the oldest ways to manipulate us mammals is to strike fear in our hearts. Reason and diversity go out the window. We close ranks when threatened and the more primitive parts of our brain take over, making us become more and more like automatons. This makes for easy mind‑control, and by mind‑control I don’t necessarily mean dark figures fiddling with hidden electronic gadgetry. You don’t have to look any further than your TV set. The mass media is virtually owned by a few corporations. And our evening news is not much more than slicked up, self‑interested advertising (brainwashing).
This was not meant to be a political article though, quite frankly, it is getting increasingly more difficult to separate our spirituality from our political choices. And by political, I don’t mean just national or state politics. The offices we work in and the car pools we ride in are political institutions of a kind as well. When we see something posing as truth that we know to be a lie, our spirituality may require us to take a stand (or not, depending upon our spiritual values).
I think the challenge for many of us (me included) is not to demonize those we deem to be the bad guys. If we actively hate them (i.e., project mental/emotional energy of hatred), they have won. And in this scenario, they will win because we will be fueling the very delusions they have built their power upon. And what is this delusion of which I speak? Separation.
I think what the Hathors have been trying to show me is that the entire cosmos is deeply interconnected. The realization of this interconnectedness is an evolutionary benchmark. And if we attain this realization as a collective, we will be able to consciously affect our destiny, despite manipulation from those who would wish to keep us in evolutionary bondage.
We are, I believe, at the beginning of the Battle of Armageddon. This battle, however, is not being fought so much in the outer reality as it is being fought in our inner realities. Every moment of every day, and even in our dreamtimes, we are choosing. We are choosing interconnectedness or we are choosing separation. Make no mistake about it‑every person on this planet is contributing to the outcome of this great battle. And we are doing this by how we live our lives, and by how we view each other. Separation or interconnectedness, it’s that simple.
If we continue to collectively choose separation, we will be locked into the old world and the prophetic horrors of apocalyptic vision. If we are able to move upward in our evolutionary path and recognize our interconnectedness, we will leave the old world (and those who rule it) behind, as we enter a new world of possibilities beyond our imagining.
The power to face this battle of consciousness resides within our hearts, for it is through the opened heart that we can sense and know the truth of our interconnectedness. When enough of us know and live this truth in our lives, the power brokers will have to pack up and go home.
This is the Hathors’ message as I currently understand it.
Our political and spiritual choices are personal matters, and they have nothing to say about those choices. They are, after all, non‑ interventionalists.
They do hope, however, that more and more of us will choose to create stronger coherency in our personal and interpersonal lives as an antidote to the massive collective anger and fear currently being so masterfully manipulated. They honestly believe that if enough people choose to live in the higher vibrational octaves of appreciation and joy, the scales can be tipped. They base this optimism upon their understanding of hyper‑dimensional physics and the harmonics of emotive energy. So that, in a nutshell, is their agenda. As more and more people choose an inner reality of appreciation and joy regardless of what occurs in the outer reality, our collective destiny will move upward. And if nothing else, the Hathors have taught me to look up.