“Proof…”


#ufotwitter needs to get a clue and give Añjali a break.

Well, family, I stepped in it. Here’s the problem. I legitimately think Añjali is onto something. My own guides, star family, and angels are telling me- heck, every part of my being up to my Higher Self is saying something is coming. I know we say it a lot in spirituality and ufology, but I legit think someone, probably Añjali, is going to finally bridge the gap between the beings and all of us regular citizens of Gaia.

I’m in danger of being accused of being a cultist. It’s the farthest thing from the truth, but people will still accuse me of siding with the expedition and Añjali regardless. It’s a no-win. But then again, there’s no win to be found as far as I can tell.

I see two main problems right now. First, everyone is hollering about “proof.” Prove what? That the beings she’s speaking-of actually exist? Hello. Yes they do! But that’s not good enough, apparently.

The second dilemma is more of a rift in the community itself. We have some people that will only believe the great and powerful Lue Elizondo. Right now, they won’t believe anything in Ufology unless it’s rolling out of his mouth. Never mind all that time Dr Greer, J Allen Hynek, Richard Dolan, Nick Pope, Stanton Friedman, George Knapp, Linda Moulton Howe and even David Wilcock have put in trying to put Ufology in the public spotlight. Obviously Lue is the new messiah that is going to lead us to “Disclosure,” whatever that means now.

@anjaliongaia at her groundbreaking press conference.

They’re setting her up to fail.

“Proof” is a slippery slope. How do you get recordings of what may be non-corporeal, non-physical beings who communicate telepathically. Here, prove you exist..

It makes me ill. It seems like no matter what “proof” the expedition comes back with, no one on #ufotwitter is going to be satisfied. I get that you can’t please all of the people all of the time, but for crying out loud- believe SOMETHING. Be satisfied with something.

How does anyone expect to get physical evidence from non-physical beings? I’m begging for contact from said beings just to confirm that statement. Not everyone is “built” for extradimensional/extraterrestrial contact, Maybe the general public is or isn’t ready. But the Higher Beings have been around or among us for a very long time. They know humans for better or worse. I know the beings themselves are telling Añjali that they’re going to do it, but everyone is asking, “How?”

I continue to challenge the Ufology community, even Añjali herself to come up with some kind of viable parameters. What data are we trying to collect? What hypotheses are we attempting to prove? We want to be scientific with the data from the beings. Okay. Great. What’s going to constitute as viable proof? What data ranges on which meters? What’s a viable sample? I’m open to this on the basis of faith far more than hard science.

That’s where it goes to pieces- No one can give me a straight answer. You want to prove these various otherworldly/extradimensional/higher consciousness beings exist? What do you want? Eyewitness testimony? Pictures? An actual physical specimen? Pretty sure the Mantid and the Gray could hold a press conference and somebody is going to cry “Fake!” no matter what they do.

Here’s what’s going to happen. The skeptics and the very anti-Añjali crowd are going to chew the evidence to pieces. I can hear it now: It’s a DMT-induced hallucination. It’s a couple of Wayne’s friends in rubber suits. It’s CGI. And how the Hell do you get a physical specimen of a non-physical presence that communicates telepathically?!? The real mind-bender here is: if you prove these beings exist, God/Source/Universal Consciousness is next. Seriously, it’s a short leap.

How many times have we seen eyewitness experiencer accounts get shot to pieces, especially on #ufotwitter? I’ve seen people take pot shots at the Travis Walton encounter, the Devil’s Den incident, the Lonnie Zamora case and even Betty and Barney Hill on Twitter for crying out loud! It’s like people just don’t want to take “Yes” for an answer. We have so much evidence in Ufology staring us right in the faces and we refuse to believe because “there’s no physical evidence.” Yeah… thousands upon thousands of eyewitness accounts, photos, videos, EVPs, crop circles, news reports, documentaries, experiencer testimony, Dolores Cannon, and so on, but that’s just not enough… Sigh.

The next “Oh Shit!” moment for the expedition is going to come when they have even the slightest equipment malfunction. Okay, with love and light, I know the beings have promised they won’t interfere with the equipment. Honestly, I’m not convinced. We have seen time and time again where perfectly functional, fully charged equipment breaks down in front of high vibrational beings. Highly competent ghost hunters, crop circle researchers, and ufologists have all had massive equipment fails along with missing time. At least one researcher I know literally had the ETs tell here to shut her equipment off and she complied willingly.

People are going to freak out on Añjali over every little hitch in the process. I can’t imagine the living hell this is going to turn into if batteries suddenly fail, cameras and audio go blank after the encounter, or if the whole thing goes down telepathically (which is what I expect) and/or everyone gets teleported away from the gear and no raw physical data gets gathered, not that some people are willing to believe it anyway.

He’s 100% correct, btw.

Then there’s the rest…

I know I’m squarely in the corner of both the beings and Añjali. I really admire and appreciate what they’re doing. I really want this to be successful with all my heart. I intend to help any way I can. I understand Añjali has asked us to be kind to one another and even the skeptics and nay-sayers. But, I can’t sit on the sidelines and watch such a gentle being getting ripped to shreds by certain UFO Twitfologists who I won’t even name here.

It’s always the same song and dance with these people, though. On the one hand, praise the mighty Lue Elizondo. On the other hand, try to discredit, disavow, mock, taunt, and/or argue with Añjali over anything and everything they can dream up. I mean, seriously. She looked off camera during an interview at her partner and someone accused her of checking a simple statement with her CIA handlers. Even the innocuous stuff on Twitter from her private life draws low-brow jabs from her detractors. It really saddens me. No one attacks Lue as far as I’ve seen.

Añjali just can’t catch a break on Twitter and I feel like someone should step in. Like, an entire community should step in. Oh, that’s right. Then we’re a “cult.” Remind me to go back later and explain cults in another post. I wrote a rather extensive article on the subject a few years ago. Añjali has asked her friends not to intervene on her behalf, but damn if I’m not frustrated and stubborn.

Yet the great and nigh-omniscient Lue Elizondo has people literally eating out of his hands every day because he’s been in the mainstream media talking about UAP footage. He just signed a book deal. I’m sure that will go well for him. Yay for Lue. Between Lue and Jeremy Corbell, I think the mainstream news is pretty saturated with UFO/UAP talk these days.

WOW!!!

One of the other questions I keep asking is, “What are the #ufotwitter elite going to do when Añjali drop the same information?” Añjali even went so far as to say Lue would eventually mirror her findings. Holy crap! Really?

And I know I’m far enough below Lue’s notice that he would never stoop so low as to comment on anything I post, so I’m not worried about offending him. His pack of rabid, drooling fans on the other hand make Corey Goode’s people look weak… (cringe.) I think it’s funny that people already have me blocked on Twitter and I rarely take sides on anything. Okay, at least until this came along.

Full confession: I do tend to take Añjali’s side probably a little more than I should. I also get a little giddy when she responds to my posts. She’s one of the closest people to the actual source I have found in the community. I’ve chatted with a few others, but she’s in a league all of her own. I would join Añjali’s expedition in a heartbeat as I have said prior. It’s history in the making no matter what happens. (End fanboy mode.)

Which is not to say that I dislike Lue Elizondo. Actually, I admire what he’s done in the public arena. He and Christopher Mellon have done wonders for public Disclosure. (Although my take on Disclosure is changing and I’ll get into that more in another post.) Lue and Añjali both served their country and I will always respect them on that alone. Thank you for your service one and all. Lots of love there.

I know people like to infer that Lue or Añjali are still working as agents of the government. Name your three letter agency, there. Personally, I think that’s all hogwash. Yes, use your discernment. If either one had a handler, they’ve probably long since given up on trying to spin the narrative. It’s got enough momentum of its own, short of someone blowing their NDA to pieces, I don’t think either person is going to add much from the US Government perspective. I also pity da fool that messes with Lue physically… (eesh.)

So if Lue does catch wind of this, I hope we can all be friends. Please? Because there’s enough room in the world for us all to be successful. My whole point here is people need to back of Añjali and give her the chance she deserves.

Namaste all.

At the end of this, let’s all just move forward and get along. It’s not worth fighting and badgering each other on Twitter or anywhere else. Añjali’s expedition is going to go off eventually. I’m eager to hear the results. If all goes well, we might ALL know the conclusion of the meeting with the Higher Beings, anyway. I’m still holding the light and the notion that all may be revealed very soon. (Again, I’ll cover that in another article.)

Until then, please be good to each other. Stay safe. See you again soon.

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