WWIII – The Quiet War: Silent Weapon No. 2, Woke vs. Awake
“Woke demands ‘inclusivity’” and yet… they censor, exclude dissention, and silence other views. They have infiltrated the schools with propaganda teaching children to judge themselves and others by the color of their skin. Literature suggests pedophilia and graphic sexual acts to young minds. Parents have read the literature aloud in meetings and are deemed domestic terrorists by the current administration. Persecution of parents by the FBI is being acted upon. The news channels tell the public that these books don’t exist and that the parents and FOX news have created a cultural war. By definition this is Gas Lighting and I see the fingers pointing out as a strategy. More details on this in another Silent Weapon episode.
“Woke stands against oppression” and yet… making sure everything is politically correct according to their views is the constant narrative. They use intimidation, name-calling, and twisting of facts to their perception in an incessant, unrelenting and unending broadcast of opinions stated as facts. They demand that everyone think the same and you can certainly tell that all the news stations owned by a small number of people reflect and regurgitate the same stories and opinions. It surprised many in the United States, Europe and Brazil to know that in the highly publicized case of a young man who shot three people in Kenosha, IL during the riots, (called Woke peaceful protests for equality) that he was a white male who shot three white men. The news twisted the story and blatantly changed the facts. Kyle Rittenhouse was pursued and attacked. That is NOT the story on the news. In Europe and Brazil there had to be retractions of the story as it was portrayed as a racial incident when it fact it was not.
“Woke is ‘liberal’” and yet… by pushing a global society of a one world government and all its other views on the unwilling, it acts as fascists. George Soros pledged billions of dollars to universities to promote "liberal values and tackle intolerance” by teaching non-white people to hate white people and for white people to loathe themselves for being born white.
“Woke is for ‘social justice’” and yet… by financing the violence in the streets, bailing out those arrested with no accountability for crimes, and demanding the defunding of police they have created a way to undermine society allowing chaos to escalate. And with this escalation, they have created yet another problem. They will wait for the response (see Cliff Notes in Silent Weapons, No. 1) and then suggest for control of the police to be shifted to them at the Federal Level. If you haven’t read “Hunger Games” you aren’t aware of the end game for being Woke. If you want more information on this manipulation of perception and its tentacles in the United States and the world, read any of David Icke’s books. The above Woke quotes are from his most recent publication, Perceptions of a Renegade Mind.
Woke “corrects” history and yet… George Orwell in his book, 1984 said, “Who controls the past controls the future: who controls the present controls the past.” I noticed this change in history happening about ten years ago. I recall articles trying to claim that the Holocaust did not happen or exist. I thought that to be so odd at the time. Of course the Holocaust happened! My mother was still alive and thought it strange too. My guess is they started too early to try and erase that one because people were still alive who knew it to be true. Recently there was a book published that remains at the heart of the new history promoted through “Black Lives Matter”. I now see the current practice of taking down statues no different than trying to erase the history of this country. It doesn’t seem to matter if the person depicted on the statue did good things or not. Some State officials were taking down signs and statues to get ahead of any violence they don’t want to happen in their town. Even in the moderate sized town I live in, a statute was taken down. It depicted a founding member for this area. But he was in military attire, so maybe that was the reason it was taken down. None of this was making any sense to me until I began researching deeper into books and videos. I release this information in this “news series” entitled “World War Three: Quiet Wars - Silent Weapons”
When Aaron Lewis published the song, “Am I the Only One?” in July of 2021. I completely resonated with it. In the chorus, he sings about how sad it is to see our flag burned and statues coming down. He goes on to ask if he is the only one who is seeing all of the tragedy around and being told it’s not happening by the news and that the “mind think” they are telling us is all wrong. To answer, “No, you’re not the only one.” I am awake. There are others.
And that brings us to the next theme: Awake or Becoming Awake or “The Awakening.” To be awake is to have conscious awareness in an expanded sense. It is a knowing that unity is our birthright. In this unity we know that all actions impact the all. And the “all that is” is God and it is us and it is you and it is me. It is a coming home. A home that is inside you. It is as if awakening from a repetitive life of automaticity and anxiety day and night to regain the peaceful knowing within yourself that you are a spark of God and as such retain the powerful nature of God. The practice of mindfulness with awake awareness as your daily life will lead to the practice of meditation and in that practice, the real you (not the one your mind has designed) will awaken inside. The inner guidance of true North. Your true essence and nature as created by God to be an aspect of God will shine as light to guide you and set you free. You will emerge as the expanded self not the small self that the egoic mind would have you stay within.
Books for Meditation and Mind expansion:
The Way of Effortless Mindfulness by Loch Kelly
The Power of Awakening: Mindful Practices and Spiritual Tools to Transform Your Life by Wayne Dyer
Becoming Super Human: How Common People are doing the Uncommon by Joe Depenza
The Way of the Wizard: Twenty Spiritual Lessons for Creating the Life You Want by Deepak Chopra.
From Stress to Stillness: Tools for Inner Peace by Gina Lake
Meditations to Heal Your Life By Louise Hay
Getting Into the Gap by Wayne Dyer
101 Ways to Happiness by Louise Hay
Richard Hittleman’s 30 Day Yoga Meditation Plan
Astrology for the Soul by Jan Spiller – Read about your North Node/Your soul purpose for this lifetime
Becoming Super Human: How Common People are doing the Uncommon by Joe Depenza
Entering the Castle by Carolyn Myss
Intimate Conversations with the Divine: Power, Guidance and Grace by Carolyn Myss
Outrageous Openess by Tosha Silver
We were not taught this expanded self in any religion. “We”, I say we because I wasn’t taught meditation or the powerful practice of “being in the unified field” or being in the flow as a young child and I have not come across anyone who was. Even in the spiritual practices that teach meditation, the power of one within the whole is omitted. We are powerful creators of our own reality. Singularly and together we are unlimited. It is in our best interest as a person, community and global citizen to come back to the knowing of our true self. In this knowing we are unified with all others. The unity overcomes all obstacles, even Woke thinking and practices.
It is in getting past our “programming” as we grew into ourselves that will need some work. Life encourages the logical processing. But it is the feeling nature that predominates this approach. I was taught to weigh the pros and cons of a situation – a logical approach. I learned to “go with the heart.” It was a feeling powerful enough for me to follow. And sometimes it wasn’t powerful but it was there. I knew it and yet there were no words. Words reside in the left side of the brain where logic also lives. The right brain is the house for wordless knowing. It holds the feeling for music, art, drawing, painting, dance and all things giving expression to life. Feelings, those messy life experiences that change us and make us vulnerable. Vulnerability as a strength. To allow ourselves to feel and be vulnerable is to have courage. And it takes courage to work through how we feel, find its wounds, acknowledge and release them. In this releasing, we relinquish the pain and transform it so that it doesn’t have power over us and isn’t transferred to others.
“Braving the Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging and the Courage to Stand Alone” by Brene Brown
“Daring Greatly: How the Courage to be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love Parent and Lead” by Brene Brown
“Dare to Lead” by Brene Brown
What is really meant by releasing feelings? The Emotion Code by Bradley Nelson, M.D. gives stories of powerful healings by releasing emotions. The book gives strategies for helping others to release emotions and ways to do this on your own. It is a common sense way of empowering yourself to lighten your load of emotions that you don’t need anymore. He makes all this available for free to read on your phone which also includes a chart of feelings making it easier in the beginning to identify what you might be going through. Also, Letting Go by David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D, is an in depth awakening to the power of emotions and the changes that happen when you become aware of other ways to live and process life. Beyond that there are people who can channel “the other side” providing guidance to the feelings that are holding you back.
Prior to reading these books. I thought that releasing feelings meant to talk about these feelings with someone. This talk therapy might make us feel better for a time but it will not release the feeling from our body. Writing feelings in a journal is helpful. But talking too much about a feeling or thinking about it again and again can make the emotion get stuck in us. Stuck? What? I know. What I didn’t know was that stuck feelings cause accidents. I didn’t know that either until I popped my hand off of my wrist. Here’s my story: I had an inner knowing that my songwriting and music was a vital part of my spiritual journey in this lifetime. Picture me looking at my hand off of my body. In that moment I said in my mind to God, “Ok, God, you got this. I know you are going to take care of me.” And miracles did happen. With my other hand I called 911. I wanted to know where the hospital was as it didn’t show up on my phone. The people from 911 wanted us (my friends were driving) to stop driving and be picked up. I said, “No, thank-you.” And then instantly noticed a local “Doc in a Box”. They were able to wrap me in ice and told us the hospital was only three miles away. My friend walked ahead of me into the hospital and politely insisted that I be tended to promptly and do paperwork later, which they did. The nurses prepped me that it may be tomorrow before I would get surgery. I assured them that would be alright as I wasn’t going anywhere. But when the wrist surgeon, (how’s that for a “coincidence”?) who was the attending emergency doctor saw my wrist, he was noticeably excited to tackle a rare problem. He called in three other doctors for consultation and a favor from a sales representative for a flexible hardware he patented that would give me what I needed to return to life as a musician. Incredible story. But more magic happened when I received healing from light beings on the other side of the “veil”. The doctors did the best they could with what they knew. But I was not out of pain until the Melchizedek Angels reconnected the ligaments in a channeled session.
Book 1 Multidimensional Earth: New Beginnings by Joan Wallace
Remembering Who We Are: Laarkmaa’s Guidance for Healing the Human Condition by Pia Orleane, Ph.D, Cullen Baird Smith, Ph.D.
Pleiadian Prophecy 2020: The New Golden Age by James Carwin
Psychic Navigator: Harnessing Your Inner Guidance by John Holland
Between Life and Death: Conversations with a Spirit: An Internationally acclaimed hypnotherapist’s guide to past lives, guardian angels and the death experience by Delores Cannon
Proof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeon’s Journey Into the Afterlife by Eben Alexander III M.D.
The Afterlife of Jimmy Fingers: How My Bad-Boy Brother Proved to Me There’s Life After Death by Annie Kagan
Gateway to an Enlightened World: Collective Life Lessons to Support Planetary Transformation byRuth Anderson
We Will Never Let You Down: Encounters with Val Thor and Journeys Beyond Earth by Elena Dannan
“All of humanity’s problems stem from man’s inability to sit quietly in a room alone”. –Blaise Pascal
Releasing feelings and attaining a more peaceful state sounds really good but quieting the mind is not easy. Although it can be done with persistence. In the book Becoming Super Human: How Common People are Doing the Uncommon by Joe Depenza, he gives a description of the ego as being the horses in front of a carriage. Most people just ride allowing it to go in whatever direction as we are not aware that controlling the horses is an option. The book gives medical and scientific descriptions of how the body can open up beyond its primary senses to become an expanded version. There are examples of many different people who have attended his events and the transformations that happened. He leads by example as he was hit by a car while riding a bike and was able to heal his body by using this process of access to the unified field. He has devoted his life to teaching others.
Understanding how the mind works can also be helpful. Gina Lake describes the workings of the egoic mind In the World but Not of It. Essentially anytime you are saying the word “I” it is from the thoughts of the ego. The ego likes to define itself with achievements (or lack of). It is concerned with self-pursuits. The ego also learns that in giving it rids itself the fears of isolation, loss, enemies, and it helps for connecting itself to others. Know also that the mind/ego is more comfortable with boundaries. It is forever giving you impressions of the past for that is all it knows. It gives you advice within these boundaries of “experience” which keeps your life in circles. The ego wants to keep you bound to the familiar. And many people like to live their life doing repetitive things and doing things in a certain pattern as the mind feels a false sense of security. But there is another quiet knowingness that arises when we manage the chatter of “to do lists” and revisiting of thoughts and ideas. “We don’t have to listen to this beckon whisper (of coincidences, deep knowingness, and fulfillment of wishes). The choice is entirely personal. A decision must be made in the recesses of your heart between the known, which is stale but familiar and the unknown, which is fresh, a field of infinite possibilities” The Way of the Wizard: Twenty Spiritual Lessons for Creating the Life You Want by Deepak Chopra.
Ego is described as “Edging God Out” in Lead Like Jesus by Ken Blanchard. Or I think of the “e” as emotions that when you let them out, you are left with the word, go. You can then go into the world with a calmer sense of who you are and who others are. The world is full of egoic people. The world rewards and encourages this logical mind set. Feelings are not respected as “evidence” for making decisions. And yet there are so many times when someone listened to “their gut feelings” and their lives went in a positive direction. Your feelings can be just as solid as thoughts. But the ego is restless and judgmental. Its nature is in the need to feel superior, to be “right”, or know something others don’t even if it has to pretend. It likes to be “one up” as that makes it feel save. Finding fault through “judgments, evaluations, comparisons, analyses and many of our other thoughts about others are often in service to find fault with other and thereby bolstering our ego.” From Stress to Stillness by Gina Lake. And the problem is that all of these thoughts aren’t necessarily true and have no positive purpose. This competition doesn’t serve us and interferes with our bonding that helps us survive.
“The ego existing in the wave has no solid identity. It is bound to feel the insecurity and contradiction of the hazy state in which it oscillates. This is the exact opposite of what the ego hopes for. So the ego projects outward along the wave lines to others seeking resonance. ‘Tell me I’m OK. Tell me I’m right. Tell me I’m special. Define me through your observation of me.’ Doing this, the ego is reaching for the particle state, hoping to establish a solid independence. When that doesn’t work it looks for oblique strategies that might establish it as special, usually through status and position.” Whispering Winds of Change by Stuart Wilde. The ego is easily offended by anything that is not “right” or the way it “should” be. The ego would have you to believe that you are better than those who are offending you. It convinces you that you are separate from God and everyone else. If you were to believe that you are one with God, in a unity that is unending, it would mean the end of the ego. You would reside in peace and bliss with the true self that is eternal, changeless and formless. You would be in a place that doesn’t care about body image, wealth, and the next “best thing”. You would end comparing and defending “the self” to others. The real self knows we are all one. There is a unity consciousness that when joined with “Christ Consciousness” (see the teachings of Jesus Christ in the Bible) propels you into higher vibrations. The feelings at this state of consciousness are lighter. There is a new version of the “Map of Consciousness” in Book 1 Multidimensional Earth: New Beginnings by Joan Wallace. It includes feelings, frequencies, and dimensions. Working your way up this chart is one way to define Ascension.
Ascension is the process of working your way back to God. Many people are not aware that experiencing life as a spirit in a body is even a “thing”. And that is okay. Wherever you are is where you are meant to be. Jesus said, “Seek and you shall find.” When you become aware that “wherever you attention goes, grows” you’ll have a greater idea of why events in life “happen”. When you want to have an impact on your life and find a way to create your life, Ascension is a path you can choose. There is more than one way to ascend. You will find your way, trust the process and pay attention. “We are living in a transition time. It’s a time of releasing old beliefs and of learning new ones. Loneliness, anger, isolation, fear, and pain are all part of the old fear syndrome, and that’s really what we want to change. We want to move from fear into love. In the Piscean Age, we reached outside of ourselves and looked to other people to save us. In the Aquarian Age, which we’re entering now, people are beginning to go within and find that they have the power to save themselves. That is a wonderful, liberating thing for us. Some people get frightened because it seems to be responsibility, but it is really our ability to respond to life, not in a victim way, but in a way that empowers us. It’s a wonderful feeling when you don’t have to be dependent on an outside person and to know that you have within you tremendous abilities to make positive changes in your life.” Meditations to Heal Your Life By Louise Hay
What we are today comes from our thoughts of yesterday, and our present thoughts build our life of tomorrow: our life is the creation of our mind. If a man speaks or acts with an impure mind, suffering will follow him as the wheel of the cart follows the beast that draws the cart. If a man speaks or acts with a pure mind, joy follows him as his own shadow. – Guatama Budda
“Can you learn to witness your life rather than identify with it?
That is where bliss resides and higher consciousness resides and authentic freedom.
You banish the doubt and cultivate the witness.”
The Power of Awakening: Mindful Practices and Spiritual Tools to Transform Your Life by Wayne Dyer
Through yoga practice I learned to calm my mind. It happened naturally through this practice. Yoga means “yoke” connecting the body with the mind. By concentrating on what I was doing and using the breathing techniques, it naturally evolved. Additionally in the book I used to learn this practice, “Yoga: 28 Day Exercise Plan by Richard Hittleman, it gave instructions for looking at a candle flame. This exercise helped me learn how to quiet the mind for meditation. It’s a simple exercise that teaches you to watch/observe and when thoughts come, you say to yourself, “Next.” or you just don’t engage in the thinking. Over time you notice the distance between thoughts. The spaces between get larger and more distant. Until that day when you are just enjoying looking. There is no dialog or narrative telling you what you are looking upon. You are just looking/observing. And in being an observer with no judgement, you have cultivated “the witness”. This “being” can look upon the world with different eyes. These eyes see with a larger sense of acceptance. This is not to say that things don’t need improving. It is an awareness that suspends the judgement of those things. If it is within your realm to do something to enact change, then do it. If not, let it be what it is without deciding anything about it. To paraphrase Budda: If you have less opinions, you’ll suffer less.
I have personally read or listened to every book referenced above. Below are additional books that encouraged or influenced my writings here and elsewhere in my blog and songwriting.
You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay (She started Hay House Publishing to put this book in the world as it was not ready for healing through personal empowerment when it was written)
Freedom From Anxiety: The Three Secrets to Inner Calm (Intuition University) by Sara Wiseman
The Emotion Code: How to Release Your Trapped Emotions for Abundant Health, Love and Happiness by Dr. Bradley Nelson
Cell Level Healing: The Bridge from Soul to Cell by Joyce Whiteley Hawkes
Energy Medicine for Women: Aligning Your Body’s Energies to Boost Your Health and Vitality by Donna Eden, David Feinstein
Goddess Never Age: The Secret Prescription for Radiance, Vitality and Well-being by Christiane Northrup
The Three Keys to Self-Improvement by Stewart Wilde
Being in Balance: 9 Principles for Creating Habits to Match Your Desires by Wayne Dyer
I Hope I Screw This Up: How Falling In Love With Your Fears Can Change the World by Kyle Cease
The Biology of Belief by Bruce H. Lipton, PhD
It’s Just My Nature: A Guide to Knowing… by Carol Tuttle
The Energy Codes: The 7-Step System to Awaken Your Spirit, Heal Your Body and Live Your Best Life by Sue Morter
Energy Anatomy by Carolyn Myss
Cultivating Qi: An Introduction to Chinese Body-Mind Energetics by Yi Jin Jing Taiji Neigong, and the Six Healing Breaths
Archetypes: A Beginner’s Guide to your Inner-net by Carolyn Myss
The Importance of Being Extraordinary Dr. Wayne Dyer, Eckhart Tolle
Four Blood Moons: Something Is About to Change by John Hagee
The Oracle: Jubilean Mysteries Unveiled by Jonathan Cahn
The Harbinger: The Ancient Mystery That Holds the Secret to America’s Future by Jonathan Cahn
“The Four Agreements” by Don Migus
“The Fifth Agreement” by Teltec Wisdom, told by Rahelio in interview “The Awakening”
East/Aries – Be impeccable with your word. Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against yourself or to gossip about others. Use the power of your word in the direction of truth and love. (Side story – Abracadabra means: I speak into manifestation.)
South/Cancer – Don’t take anything personally. Nothing others do is because of you. What others say and do is a projection of their own reality, their own dream. When you are immune to the opinions and actions of others, you won’t be the victim of needless suffering.
West/ Libra – Don’t make assumptions. Find the courage to ask questions and to express what you really want. Communicate with others as clearly as you can to avoid misunderstandings, sadness and drama. With this one agreement, you can completely transform your life.
North/ Capricorn – Always do your best. Your best is going to change from moment to moment. It will be different when you are healthy, as opposed to sick. Under any circumstance do your best and you will avoid self-judgement, self-abuse and regret.
Fifth Agreement – In the center of the four directions is the center. There are four directions and attributes. The east you awaken, in the south are the roots and everyday world. The west is the balance, introspections and relationships. In the north is you and your higher purpose.
thrift books .com is a really good place to buy used books. Some of the books listed can only be found in used book stores as I have been on this journey of awakening my inner light since the 1990’s. But a considerable amount of the books listed have been read in the last ten to fifteen years. A few I am currently reading. I always have several books going at one time, much to the chagrin of people who barely read one at a time. To each his/her own. Just keep on keeping on.
These are websites I have used.
https://www.globalenlightenmentproject.com/services Christopher Macklin
https://multidimensionalearth.com/ Joan Wallace
https://newearthcentral.com/meet-meg-benedicte/ Meg Benedictine
https://www.ascensionpath.com/ Sandra Walter