SO . . . you think you know who God is? Well – most of us are DEAD wrong!
Please prepare yourself to receive this disturbing but necessary material . . . So we can seek, knock, and find TRUTH!
First of all Dear Brothers and Sisters of Earth – please dawn your healthy SKEPTICALS and lose that lovely, comfortable pair of Rose Colored Glasses of preconditioning and COGNITIVE DISSONANCE that shield you from truth!
The system we live in has been specifically designed to condition us to work, think, and believe in certain ways that detract us from the absolute TRUTH!
COGNITIVE DISSONANCE – or maintaining the Ole Comfort Zone is one basic reason people do not want to hear about new (and or potential) vistas or dimensions of reality.
Folks just do not like to hear and see things that are too far afield of their basic fundamental parameters of what is real and true. MAMA, APPLE PIES AND CHEVROLETS is another way to sense those COMFORT ZONE circumscriptions, which by the way Grandma, Grandpa, and others in school and church, etc. have preconditioned people to believe and interweave into their basic paradigm of what is REAL and TRUTH!
We just do not want to think that our family and environmental support system has basically lied to us or led us astray from the real truth. But then, if those support folks were lied to - they are only parroting what they think they know as truth.
Steven Quayle calls this "The Reality Avoidance Syndrome" . . . Whatever – people just want to live in the "Comfort Zone" - even after they have been shown some reasonably good evidence to allow or cause one to question their belief systems.
This is closely aligned to the pathological "Demand Avoidance Syndrome" and "...
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And here is the passage in Revelations symbolically telling us about Nibiru and the Dark Star and the mini solar system representing the evil fallen Anunnaki angelic/demonic Elohim coming toward Earth and our Solar System to wreak it 's destruction thereon.
Revelation 12:1-9 (KJV)
"1 And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars:
2 And she being with child cried, travailing in birth, and pained to be delivered.
3 And there appeared another wonder in heaven; and behold a great red dragon, having seven heads and ten horns, and seven crowns upon his heads.
4 And his tail drew the third part of the stars of
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