Personal Share: Healthy Amount of Skepticism.

The Universe is vast and almost unknowable. There are billions of planets around billions of stars. It all had to start somewhere, right? It is sheer folly to think we’re it when it comes to life in the Universe. It is ridiculous to think there aren’t forces at work outside of what our five paltry human senses can detect.

Possibly the toughest part of being open minded is hearing things you know you don’t agree with.

And what’s really rough is when they turn out to be true. I’ve been listening to this very wise person named Andey Fellowes. @andeyfellowes on Instagram. He’s a skeptic when it comes to “New Age” beliefs and the more esoteric end of spirituality. He’s also a pro at debunking a lot of Law of Attraction myths and bringing logic to a space where it’s not as common.

Andey Fellowes. Brilliant guy! https://andeyfellowes.wordpress.com/

Andey Fellowes has made many good points on Instagram, YouTube and elsewhere.

Fellowes has been through a lot of junk in his life. He’s a cult survivor, specifically Teal Swan’s Tribe. He regularly calls Teal’s teachings into question along with those of Ralph Smart and several others. He also suffers from depression, the same as many of us have. He’s also come back to spirituality after being an atheist.

I’ve called some of Ralph Smart’s rhetoric and background into question in the past as well. Most of it has been taken down off of YouTube and Instagram. Fellowes has also called Aaron Doughty and other LoA YouTubers into question and for good reasons. I think this is what has been missing for a long time from a lot of the spiritual/self growth/LoA community that I have been listening to.

I don’t agree with everything he says, which I’m sure he would be the first to say is a good thing.

I’m still very “New Age-y” in my beliefs and practices, although I’ve begun to question some things after listening to Fellowes. I still listen to Lori Ladd, The Ninth Dimensional Arcturian Council via Daniel Scranton, The Spirit of the Cosmos, and others regularly. Anna Brown is still one of my heroes. I’m still very much a fan of Aaron Doughty and Jake Ducey. Honestly, I’ll never abandon my friend Laura DiBenedetto and the Six Habits no matter what anyone says.

But here’s the thing- I don’t believe everything anyone says without question. Laura DiBenedetto will be the first to tell you, I ask a LOT of questions. (LOL! True story.) I never blindly follow any one spiritual teacher. That’s cult behavior and we don’t follow that around here.

But I will say I’ve learned a lot listening to Fellowes. He’s put a different spin on things and said a lot of things out loud that I’ve often wondered about. I’ve learned a lot and I’ve begun to look at certain teachings more critically. However, all it does sometimes is strengthen my resolve and belief in Law of Attraction. Freedom, prosperity and joy are all possible and attainable.

What if Light Language is just gibberish? What if channeling is all just psychological? What if a lot of spiritual teachers just use a lot of colorful language and pseudoscience metaphors to push their products and services? Are we ruled by material capitalism and the almighty dollar?

What good is faith if we don’t question it occasionally?

Skepticism is healthy.

I acknowledge The Ninth Dimensional Arcturian Council is kind of a running joke around here. When I started listening to Fellowes, my wife got all hopeful that I had abandoned my spirituality in favor of cold, hard, logical cynicism. Alas, I haven’t and I won’t. My wife can call me crazy all she wants. We’re still married.

The Universe is vast and almost unknowable. There are billions of planets around billions of stars. It all had to start somewhere, right? It is sheer folly to think we’re it when it comes to life in the Universe. It is ridiculous to think there aren’t forces at work outside of what our five paltry human senses can detect.

To doubt is human. Please don’t ever take the word of any one teacher, guru or expert as pure truth. Please explore, doubt and challenge everything. It’s your sovereign right to do so. But, please- never take any one word for all of it?

Let’s talk Ufology again for a second.

Please come get me? Any time. Please do it in broad daylight so everyone can witness it. Proof is a good thing!

I have had multiple tests of faith over the last year or so. One of the biggest was the whole disaster surrounding Añjali. While I won’t get into my opinion of her here, she is part of the reason I changed this blog and my focus onto other endeavours for a while. But I’m still very interested in the topics of extraterrestrials/extradimensional beings, which by default plays into Ufology.

What I don’t buy into any more is this whole notion of Disclosure. Yeah, the governments of the world lie to us like we’re all stupid. Añjali and another known shill, Lue Elizondo, exist to perpetuate the myth. Many agents working for the government and black budget secret access projects have been sent to infiltrate the Ufology and spiritual communities to spy on us and spread misinformation for decades now. I suspect 1952 was the year that all began in earnest.

The fact that there are hundreds (or more) of beings watching and sometimes interacting with humans is being covered up. Send MIB to my house. Go on. I’ll wait. The truth is, they won’t. I have no proof. All I can do is speculate and ask others to do the same. But I know in my heart, these beings, in whatever form they take, (angels, spirits/ghosts, ETs, and so on) have been around for centuries and aren’t going anywhere.

How do I know?

Peace.

I believe. I don’t exactly know. That’s where skeptics come in. They call those beliefs into question.

If God/Source/Universe is real, then why not beings we can’t see or touch with our little 3D bodies? Who’s to say there isn’t some truth to all myths about the Universe? How does one explain events from history and religion since time immemorial?

Science fact, history, and faith all intersect at certain points. Yes, we can explain away miracles. We can dismiss UFO encounters and ET experiences. Sure, let’s try to thoroughly debunk various “pseudoscientific” studies such as the famous double slit experiment and Masaru Emoto’s study on water. What if it’s all legit?

At some point, humankind must choose what to believe and disbelieve. Skepticism can help us maintain balance. Yes. Please do call things into question. If the beliefs end up being false, then so be it. If I’m wrong, I’m willing to admit it. What if we’re trying to dismiss things that actually do exist?

But if I’m right, it all plays out according to the Universal Laws and everything happens for a reason. Multiple timelines do exist. Beings of every sort imaginable are visiting this planet and watching from the moon. The Law of Attraction really can benefit us in theory as well as practice. There really is no such thing as coincidence. Believe. There is one true Source of all life in the Universe and it wants us to know it’s real!

The best part is, no one has to agree with me. Please, make up your own mind. Believe what you wish to believe.

Thanks for stopping by. I appreciate you. Have a great weekend.

The Great Unicorn Hunt!

Think about it, if unicorns are real, what else exists? If there are unicorns, maybe there are dragons? What about “aliens?” What about God? Can Source coexist with unicorns?

Stick Around for the Big Announcement at the End!

Any semblance to unicorns real or imaginary is purely coincidental. No unicorns were harmed in the writing of this article.

Pretend for a moment that you’re really interested in unicorns. You know, looks like a horse with a horn in the middle of its forehead. You’ve always believed in unicorns, but you’ve never found any real proof that they exist. But in your heart of hearts, you know they’re real and they’re magical. (Still pretending.)

Now, our friend Charlie doesn’t believe in unicorns. In fact, he regularly makes fun of unicorns and us for liking unicorns. He thinks unicorns are stupid and anyone who likes unicorns is hopeful, desperate, or mentally ill.

We also have a friend named Alice. She refuses to believe anything that isn’t written in the Bible. She goes to church twice a week and personally greets everyone at the door. The knows the reverend’s schedule better than he does. Unicorns aren’t in the Bible so they can’t possibly exist as far as Alice is concerned.

One day I come to you and say, “Hey, a unicorn came to me in a dream and showed me the secret location of the Great Magical Unicorn Forest. It’s buried deep in the woods in Colorado and I’m putting together a group to go find it. Of course, being a fellow unicorn fanatic and true believer, you’re automatically coming with me. But what of our unicorn skeptics, Charlie and Alice?

Yes, Really! There is one here.

The unicorn skeptics are faced with a dilemma.

I’m a nice guy. I invite Charlie and Alice to come on the photo safari to the Great Magical Unicorn Forest. Both people are now in a major quandary over this. It’s all over social media. I promised my unicorn friends I wouldn’t reveal the location until my search party was ready to go. Unicorns are very shy and more easily spooked than horses, after all. I mean, they’ve been around for thousands of years and somehow remained the subject of myth and legend. Obviously we want to keep the actual location of the unicorns safe from poachers and other such interlopers.

Charlie absolutely believes I’m certifiable and tries to talk everyone out of coming with me on the unicorn safari. There is absolutely no way me and my rapidly forming unicorn fanatic following could possibly be going to find the real thing. Does Charlie come along for the ride just to prove there isn’t even a horse pasture out there, much less a unicorn? Does he go along for the ride just to poke fun at all of us, “hopeful, desperate and mentally ill” weirdos?

If Charlie is right, and I’m nuts, he gets to have bragging rights for life and I might even get locked up somewhere. At which point I probably deserve it for leading people astray on a wild unicorn safari. Then again, if there are unicorns…

Now Charlie has lost face in the worst possible way. If there are unicorns, what else is out there? Dragons, maybe? What about Pegasus? Years of hardened skepticism, snarky intellectual superiority, and all of that internet trolling goes right down the drain. If unicorns exist, what about aliens, or even God? Charlie isn’t along for the unicorn ride, but he’s watching for the video, audio, pictures, and eyewitness testimony from fifteen plus people afterward.

Unicorn conspiracy theory…

Poor Alice is also in a massive dilemma. She’s facing years of religious dogma and indoctrination being completely, horribly wrong. How could it be? How could the good reverend have ever gotten it wrong. Didn’t all the mythical critters die in the Great Flood in the Bible? There wasn’t room for the unicorns and the dragons on Noah’s Ark. How could there be a magical unicorn forest? This must be the work of the devil. Look, an evil cult even sprung up around the unicorn forest on social media.

Obviously an evil unicorn cult with all of those Instagram followers must be up to no good. We have to speak out against them in church on Sunday. “Unicorns and their long tails, beautiful manes, shiny horns and rainbow farts…they’re just, just… evil? Must be demons or something, right?”

So Alice isn’t coming. She trolls me and my unicorn friends online every chance she gets afterward. She’s on a crusade to get me banned from social media and quotes Bible verses at me every chance she gets. It won’t do any real harm, just not a lot of good, either.

Alice suffers from the same problem a lot of business and religious zealots share. If unicorns are real, what else is real? There’s no keeping the lid on the amount of publicity unicorns are going to receive once this goes public. There is no official government policy on unicorns, even though they have secretly known about the Unicorn Forest since 1947 when it was decided to keep it quiet. Obviously magic poses a massive problem for big business and religion alike. Now all of the stuff they’ve been telling us about “reality” and keeping us chained to their way of doing things, i.e. slowly, painfully and expensively, are going to fall apart.

So the skeptics stay home. The unbelievable photo safari to the Great Unicorn Forest commences. We all have an amazing time riding the unicorns. There’s lots of photo ops, a portable head x-ray to prove they’re legit, and video of famous journalists and fantasy authors riding the unicorns. Unicorn Disclosure happens. All of the skeptics on #unicorntwitter are forever stymied. Big business and organized religion struggle to recover and eventually fail. Hypothetically, my trip to the unicorn forest would turn the world on its ear, right?

Hope you enjoyed my hypothetical scenario, because it’s about to get REAL!
Only it’s not unicorns. It’s legit Higher consciousness Beings!!!

Añjali is now one step closer to her expedition to bring the Beings to the rest of the world. They’ve always been here! But now instead of hearing about them and all of the telepathic contact with a few true believers, we’re going to finally get to know real beings! I’m so excited for Añjali and whatever team we get to meet. This is so amazing!!!

Thank you if you made it this far. I appreciate you! Stay safe. See you again soon.

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