Thursday, January 26, 2012

Path to Fourth Density

The density upon which one resides is dependent on one's development of consciousness.

The human race on Planet Earth presently resides on the Third Density.

To have a Third Density consciousness implies a sense of self-awareness, a sense of individuality and the capacity to discern one's soul evolution.

"It is only to the individual that a soul is given." Albert Einstein

Individual souls can recycle within Third Density, through reincarnation, or they can move to a higher plane of existence by adapting a unity consciousness, the capacity to serve the All rather than serve the Self.

Ascension is a graduation of the soul into the Fourth Density, a higher level of reality between the physical Third Density and the ethereal Fifth Density.

The Third Density is a dimension of matter, more precisely an illusion of matter, where suffering compels individual souls to obtain compassion and grace in order to ascend to a higher level of consciousness, or to continue to suffer over and over again through reincarnation.

The Fourth Density is a dimension between matter and spirit, where communication is telepathic, solid objects are no longer solid, time is irrelevant and harmony prevails.

The Fifth Density is a dimension of non-physical spirit, an astral plane of timeless existence where individual souls are pockets of energy.

There are only 3 things.

1) The individual Self
2) Everything that isn't the Self
3) The combination of Self and everything else

Nothing else -- period.

The Self is your personal being, your consciousness, your essence, your soul -- you only have control of you.

Anything that isn't the individual Self is everything else, visible or otherwise. It's the Supreme Oneness, where the Self was created, and it's beyond individual control.

The combination of the individual Self and everything else is the third entity of all things. It completes the Divine Trinity (son, father, ghost) -- the totality of All.

As a restless, rebellious Soul seeking adventure and wisdom, the individual Soul projects itself, through a manifestation of conscious thought, into a lower plane of existence in order to experience pleasure and pain, to obtain grace, to perfect righteousness.

The true individual Soul remains within the Supreme Oneness on a higher astral plane as it manifests its essence into a 3-dimensional being on a Third Density existence, such as Planet Earth.

The Quest of the Soul is to find the way back to the Supreme Oneness -- to become one with the Oneness once again.

When the Soul escapes the Supreme Oneness, to experience a carnal existence, it becomes a Declaration of Independence, seeking freedom and pleasure.

When the Soul seeks to reunite with the Supreme Oneness, it becomes a Declaration of Cooperation, a commitment of compassion and harmony.

The Quest of the Soul is a perilous journey. It's a leap of faith into the Abyss, reserved only for the most adventurous and courageous of Souls.

The journey requires patience. In order to complete all aspects of the carnal experience, the Soul must cycle through the carnal existence many times, called reincarnation, under a variety of conditions -- master, servant, rich, poor, strong, weak, male, female, family, solo, attractive, unattractive, lucky, unlucky, war, peace, etc.

The Quest of the Soul culminates when the Soul obtains unity consciousness -- when the Soul comprehends its place within the Supreme Oneness and embodies the intention to return within to the Supreme Oneness.

Until then, ascension into the Fourth Density is a struggle to discover the perfection of imperfection.

Once wisdom is obtained, only one question remains -- Why?

Perhaps to be followed by the ultimate answer -- Why not?

Quote for the Day -- "The only thing that is real is the being in you that is going to die." Carlos Castaneda

Bret Burquest is the author of 7 books, including THE REALITY OF THE ILLUSION OF REALITY and ORB OF WOUNDED SOULS (available on Amazon). He lives in the Ozark Mountains with a dog named Buddy Lee and where the only reality is the illusion of reality.

Friday, January 20, 2012

A Troubled Soul

Marlon Brando, considered by many to be the most gifted actor of all time, died on June 2, 2004, at the age of 80. He made 40 movies -- some were outstanding, some were clunkers. He was nominated for an Oscar a half dozen times, winning twice.

"Acting is the expression of a neurotic impulse." Marlon Brando

On screen, he was raw power.

Off screen, he was a big bag of wind.

When he learned of Brando’s death, actor James Cann said that Brando “influenced more young actors of my generation than any other actor. Anyone who denies this never understood what it was all about.”

The son of an absentee father and an alcoholic mother, Brando was an angry, quick-tempered child who had been expelled from military prep school for bad conduct. He was married three times and had nine kids. His son Christian was imprisoned for killing his daughter Cheyenne’s boyfriend. Cheyenne later committed suicide.

An outspoken activist for minority causes, Brando sent a Native American woman, Sacheen Littlefeather, to accept his Oscar for his performance in The Godfather. Instead of accepting the award, Littlefeather, dressed in American Indian garb, refused the award on Brando’s behalf and attempted to read a statement (15 pages long) written by Brando condemning America’s treatment of Native American people. She was booed off-stage.

Ironically, Sacheen Littlefeather was only part Indian and part Caucasian. Her real name was Maria Cruz. She was a bit actor -- Sacheen Littlefeather was her stage name. She had previously been named Miss American Vampire and had appeared in Playboy. As a representative of Native Americans, she was sadly lacking.

While some of his movies were real stinkers, Brando gave many memorable, wide-ranging performances.

ON THE WATERFRONT – Won an Oscar as a former prizefighter working for corrupt union thugs.

THE GODFATHER – Won an Oscar as a Mafia Don who made offers that couldn’t be refused.

APOCALYPSE NOW – One of many roles as a madman. Perhaps in touch with his own madness.

MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY – Played an effeminate British naval officer who led the mutiny.

ONE-EYED JACKS – Brando directed this western, grossly exceeding the shooting schedule and budget.

GUYS AND DOLLS – Displaying his versatility in a musical, he held his own with co-star Frank Sinatra.

A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE – Originally played the brutish Stanley Kowalski on the Broadway stage.

THE WILD ONE – As a rebellious motorcycle gang leader, Brando menacingly defined the lost generation.

THE MISSOURI BREAKS – Playing a deranged bounty hunter, he out-improvised co-star Jack Nicholson.

THE FUGITIVE KIND – Raw sexual tension between Brando and an older, married woman.

LAST TANGO IN PARIS – A sexually explicit piece of vulgarity that Brando made even more vulgar.

JULIUS CAESAR – Brando mastered Shakespeare equally as well as he had mastered Stanley Kowalski.

THE TEAHOUSE OF THE AUGUST MOON – As a Japanese servant, Brando was amazingly convincing.

THE YOUNG LIONS – As a German soldier, he was more German than some of the German actors.

THE ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU – Brando as an insane genius. Bad movie but a stunning portrayal.

SAYONARA – A rare performance as a normal guy. Although far from normal, he managed to pull it off.

While brilliant on-screen, his personal life was a mess. He had financial difficulties throughout his lucrative career. Those who knew him well called him an egomaniac and a brooding eccentric, on the brink of being dysfunctional.

On the set, he had a reputation for being difficult.

Off the set, he was downright self-destructive.

He had contempt for his profession. During a rare interview, he claimed, “If a studio offered to pay me as much to sweep the floor as it did to act, I’d sweep the floor. There isn’t anything that pays as well as acting while you decide what the hell you’re going to do with yourself.”

Somehow, I suspect he’d bellyache about sweeping floors too.

Marlon Brando was truly one of a kind – a consummate actor and a troubled soul.

Rest in Peace.

Quote for the Day -- "If we are not our brother's keeper, at least let us not be his executioner." Marlon Brando

Bret Burquest is the author of 7 books, including THE REALITY OF THE ILLUSION OF REALITY and ORB OF WOUNDED SOULS (available on Amazon). He lives in the Ozark Mountains with a dog named Buddy Lee and where brooding eccentrics live in hollow trees.

Sunday, January 15, 2012

High School for Gladiators

Beyond the obvious theatrics, professional wrestlers are gifted athletes with an abundance of strength and coordination. They are also nasty dudes. If you don't believe it, walk up to one and slap him upside the head. The next 20 seconds of your life with be incredibly exciting, followed by a long period of pain and regret.

Robbinsdale is a suburb of Minneapolis. In the 1940s and 1950s, Robbinsdale High School was legendary in team sports, particularly in wrestling where they were state champions on a regular basis.

Verne Gagne was a graduate of Robbinsdale High School in 1943. In 1944, he won the Big Ten wrestling championship in his weight class as a freshman. After a couple of years in the Marines, he returned to the University of Minnesota and became Big Ten champion in 1947, 1948 and 1949. He was also NCAA champion in 1948 and 1949, a member of the Olympic team in 1948 and AAU wrestling champion in 1949.

Vern Gagne went on to become one of the most successful professional wrestlers in history, winning many heavyweight championships. Years later, he became owner of the AWA (American Wrestling Association).

One of Gagne's professional wrestling opponents was Larry "The Axe" Hennig, a graduate of Robbinsdale High School in the 1950s. Hennig played villain to Gagne's good guy image.

Many other professional wrestlers were products of Robbinsdale High School.

Curt Hennig (class of 1976) – dubbed "Mr. Perfect" by the promoters, Curt was the son of Larry Hennig. He was an all-around high school athlete who had been offered college scholarships in football, baseball and wrestling. As a pro wrestler, he was a top performer on several circuits.

Rick Rood (class of 1976) -- became Ravishing Rick Rude, a major headliner with a chiseled body and a narcissistic attitude. Former pro wrestler Eddie Sharkey once said, "People didn't realize how tough this guy was. He'd slap guys with an open hand and it looked like their head exploded."

Tom Zenk (class of 1976) – also known as the "Z-Man," he was a very prolific "scientific" wrestler who became champion of the PNW (Pacific Northwest Wrestling).

Dean Peters (class of 1976) – former high school gymnast (team captain) who wrestled under the name of Brady Boone. He became a very acrobatic wrestler, later known as the "Battle Kat."

John Nord (class of 1977) – known as "The Barbarian," Nord was a big bruiser who also played professional football with the New Jersey Generals of the now defunct USFL.

Steve Simpson (class of 1977) – became the Russian villain "Nikita Koloff" in the ring. Wrestled in Georgia Championship Wrestling, the NWA and the WCW.

Barry Darsow (class of 1978) – mostly performed as the "Smash" character of Demolition (Ax, Smash, Crush). In the WWF he was "The Repo Man" and in the WCW he was "The Blacktop Bully."

It's quite remarkable so many professional wrestlers came from such a small community as Robbinsdale.

Many others came from the nearby Minneapolis area, such as Jesse "The Body" Ventura, Ric "Nature Boy" Flair, Scott Norton, Jim Brunzell, Brock Lesnar, Sheldon Benjamin and Sean "The Lightning Kid" Waltman.

I attended Robbinsdale High School in the early 1960s. When I was a junior, we were the Minnesota state wrestling champions once again. We were also the state champions in football that year as well.

I wasn't a wrestler though. Rolling around on a mat in the clutches of some sweaty psychopath was not my idea of fun. I preferred more gentlemanly activities, such as pocket billiards and chasing skirts, neither of which was sanctioned by the school. I did reasonably well in pocket billiards but was a bust in my other endeavor.

Robbinsdale High School was not for the timid. Part of the daily lunch menu included a cup of nails. It was a school for gladiators with a little book-learning on the side. If you could survive it, you were prepared for anything the rest of the world throws at you.

Quote for the Day -- "Wrestling is ballet with violence." Jesse Ventura

Bret Burquest is the author of 7 books, including THE REALITY OF THE ILLUSION OF REALITY and ORB OF WOUNDED SOULS (available on Amazon). He lives in the Ozark Mountains with a dog named Buddy Lee and the ghost of the Crusher.

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Next in Line

Alexander Hamilton was the first Secretary of the Treasury of the United States (1789-1795), in the cabinet of George Washington. Politically, he was a Federalist. His portrait appears on the 10-dollar bill.

Aaron Burr was a U.S. Senator from New York (1791-1797) and Vice President of the United States (1801-1805) under Thomas Jefferson. Politically, he was a Republican. His portrait appears mostly in museums.

In 1789, Burr defeated Phillip Schuyler, Hamilton's father-in-law, for the Senate seat from New York. Thus began the feud between Hamilton and Burr, which culminated five years later when Burr challenged Hamilton to a duel. It was said at the time that Burr had no principles and Hamilton had too many.

On July 11, 1804, in Weehawken, New Jersey, Burr and Hamilton stepped off ten paces, turned and fired their .56 caliber dueling pistols. Hamilton fell to the ground and died the next day. Burr was unscathed.

The next time a Vice President of the United States shot another human being while in office occurred on February 11, 2006, when Dick Cheney went hunting with some of his wealthy Republican pals.

Cheney and his entourage were bird hunting on a private ranch in south Texas when the Vice President mistook a fellow hunter, Harry Whittington, for a quail and shot him. Cheney was using a 28-gauge shotgun and the pellets struck Whittington, about 30 yards away, in the face, neck and upper chest.

Whittington, 78, was quickly attended to by a team of medical specialists who always travel with the Vice President and later transported to a hospital in Corpus Christi where he was treated for several days, then released. He still has about six pellets of birdshot in his system, including one embedded in his heart muscle.

Cheney is an avid bird hunter. He frequently hunts for pheasant in South Dakota and ducks in Arkansas. To mistake a Texas lawyer wearing an orange vest for a quail seems out of character for the Vice President. If anything, Whittington looks more like a whooping crane than a quail, and shooting whooping cranes is illegal.

According to the eye-witness account of Katherine Armstrong (owner of the 50,000 acre ranch), Cheney was swinging to his right and looking into the sun. Nevertheless, he made a snap decision and pulled the trigger. In hunting, this is called carelessness. In politics, it's known as faulty intelligence.

To further complicate matters, Cheney and Whittington were hunting illegally. While both of them had the proper license to be hunting in Texas, neither of them had the upland game bird stamp required for quail hunting.

In 1804, dueling was illegal in New Jersey, but Hamilton and Burr did it anyway. In America, the law applies equally to everyone. But sometimes those who make the law are more equal than those who must obey the law.

The following Monday, February 13, the Vice President's press office announced that Cheney sent a 7-dollar check to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department to cover the cost of the license.

All's well that ends well.

It's amazing how the USA can spend countless months and zillions of dollars electing two main candidates to be our next President, then each of two candidates gets to choose their successor on their own. It doesn't exactly seem very democratic.

Dan Quayle was Vice President of the United States under the original George H W. Bush, in 1988-1992.

During that period, I lived in the desert a few miles outside of Wickenburg, Arizona, which was basically a fork in the road, about 50 miles northwest of Phoenix, with one stoplight to control traffic coming up from Phoenix and splitting off to California or Las Vegas.

Wickenburg was also the unofficial headquarters of the Quayle family, originally from Indiana. Dan Quayle’s father owned a luxury home on the private golf course. His older brother owned and edited the local newspaper, The Wickenburg Sun, and his younger brother lived somewhere in the outlying hills trying to become a writer.

As Vice President, Dan Quayle and his family would often visit Wickenburg. Their arrival was always apparent because the secret service would actually shut off the electricity in the entire community thereby disabling the only stoplight in town in order to allow the Vice President and his caravan to whisk through the intersection with ease. This was most irritating to many of the locals, especially the ones using computers (such as myself) that would crash when the electricity suddenly went off without warning.

Dan Quayle loved to relax from his chores as Vice President and shoot a couple of rounds of golf. He was a good golfer but as a public figure his blunders were legendary.

He once visited a grade school during a spelling bee. On camera, he confronted a small boy who had correctly spelled the word “potato,” insisting the lad put an “e” on the end of the word.

When discussing the departure of a member of Bush's cabinet, Quayle remarked, "This isn't a man who is leaving with his head between his legs."

As a defender of family values, he lavished the Ozzie Osborne family, a bunch of crazed wombats, with praise as a role model family, proving that he’s either a comic genius or a blithering idiot.

The following blithering-idiot statements were also made by Dan Quayle during his Vice Presidency.

1) “It isn’t pollution that is hurting the environment, it’s the impurities in our air and water that are doing it.”

2) “It is wonderful to be here in the great state of Chicago.”

3) “Illegitimacy is something we should talk about in terms of not having it.”

4) “We have a firm commitment to NATO. We are a part of NATO. We have a firm commitment to Europe. We are a part of Europe.”

5) “If we don’t succeed, we run the risk of failure.”

6) “I love California. I practically grew up in Phoenix.”

7) “If you give a person a fish, they’ll fish for a day. But if you train a person to fish, they’ll fish for a lifetime.”

8) “We are not ready for an unforeseen event that may or may not occur.”

9) "Most women do not want to be liberated from their essential natures as women."

10) "I was recently on a tour of Latin America, and the only regret I have was that I didn't study Latin harder in school so I could converse with those people."

11) “What a waste to lose one’s mind. Or not to have a mind is being very wasteful. How true that is.”

12) ”It’s time for the human race to enter the solar system.”

Dan Quayle was next in line to assume the position of President of the United States and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the most powerful nation on Earth. It’s always comforting to know our country is in such competent hands.

George Bush, Sr. and Dan Quayle were defeated for reelection in 1992.

Go figure.

Perhaps when the human race enters the solar system we will have the sort of leadership we deserve.

Then again, perhaps we always get what we deserve.

Quote for the Day -- "A man I'm proud to call my friend. A man who will be the next President of the United States -- Barack America!" Joe Biden

Bret Burquest is the author of 7 books, including THE REALITY OF THE ILLUSION OF REALITY and ORB OF WOUNDED SOULS (available on Amazon). He lives in the Ozark Mountains with a dog named Buddy Lee and the ghost of Jasper Lamar Crabb.

Sunday, January 1, 2012

Grappling with Serpents

The ancient Sumerian Empire has been called the Cradle of Civilization. It began some 6,000 years ago in Mesopotamia (ancient Babylon, modern day Iraq). The Sumerians were the first known people to develop a written language.

They were also the first people to utilize the sexagesimal numbering system, based on the number 60. It was the ancient Sumerian who divided time into 60 seconds and 60 minutes. They divided a circle into 360 equal sections (6 times 60), called "degrees."

They created a 12-month calendar (6 plus 6) and studied the stars, dividing the heavens into 12 equal sections (6 plus 6) of 30 degrees each, creating a 360 degree view of the universe.

However, due to an imprecise number of days per year (365.25), their calendar was imperfect and required adjustments.

During this same period, the study of astronomy was first recorded, which included the 12 signs of the Zodiac.

Each sign of the Zodiac was associated with one of the constellations that crossed the "ecliptic" (the plane of the earth orbit around the sun). The 12 Zodiac signs start at the spring equinox with Aries (the Ram) -- followed by Taurus (the Bull), Gemini (the Twins), etc.

The dates of the 12 Zodiac signs are:

Mar 21 - Apr 20 = ARIES
Apr 21 - May 21 = TAURUS
May 22 - Jun 22 = GEMINI
Jun 23 - Jul 23 = CANCER
Jul 24 - Aug 23 = LEO
Aug 24 - Sep 23 = VIRGO
Sep 24 - Oct 23 = LIBRA
Oct 24 - Nov 22 = SCORPIO
Nov 23 - Dec 21 = SAGITTARIUS
Dec 22 - Jan 20 = CAPRICORN
Jan 21 - Feb 19 = AQUARIUS
Feb 20 - Mar 20 = PISCES

Having 12 signs in the Zodiac allowed them to be divided equally into a duality of two groups -- 6 signs were masculine and 6 signs were feminine. The 12 signs were divided equally into the four elements of Fire, Earth, Air and Water. For example, Aries, Leo and Sagittarius are Fire signs.

Since these signs were drawn up several thousand years ago, the Earth's orbit around the sun has changed -- the sun no longer necessarily corresponds to the same constellation as it did back then.

Furthermore, not all the constellations that cross the ecliptic are the same size, thus it takes a different number of days to go from one sign to the next (see table below).

Plus, believe it or not, there are 13 constellations that cross the ecliptic.

The constellation, Ophiuchus, has been known for several thousand years. The astronomer Ptolemy included it in the list of 48 named constellations nearly 2,000 years ago.

The 13 constellations that cross the ecliptic and the number of days within each sign, listed below.

Apr 19 - May 13 = ARIES -- (25 days)
May 14 - Jun 19 = TAURUS -- (36 days)
Jun 20 - Jul 20 = GEMINI -- (31 days)
Jul 21 - Aug 09 = CANCER -- (20 days)
Aug 10 - Sep 15 = LEO -- (37 days)
Sep 16 - Oct 30 = VIRGO -- (45 days)
Oct 31 - Nov 22 = LIBRA -- (23 days)
Nov 23 - Nov 29 = SCORPIO -- (7 days)
Nov 30 - Dec 17 = OPHIUCHUS -- (18 days)
Dec 18 - Jan 18 = SAGITTARIUS -- (32 days)
Jan 19 - Feb 17 = CAPRICORN -- (30 days)
Feb 18 - Mar 11 = AQUARIUS -- (22 days)
Mar 12 - Apr 18 = PISCES -- (38 days)

This does not alter the validity of modern astrology.

In western (Hellenistic) astrology, using the Tropical Zodiac, the constellations represent the personality of the Zodiac signs whereas the precise positioning and duration of the constellations may vary due to the nature of the universe.

In sidereal astrology (Vedic astrology), adjustments are made to the Sidereal Zodiac to coincide with the gradual precession of the vernal equinox.

Ophiuchus is known as the Serpent Wrestler. It is a man (called Asclepius, the son of Apollo) grappling with a large snake-like serpent (reptilian being).

It's interesting how this thirteenth constellation has been mostly ignored (kept secret) from the general public.

It's interesting how this constellation depicts a human being struggling against a reptilian being (serpent).

Throughout the ancient world, there has been a constant theme of "serpent gods" who have descended from the heavens to create the human race, advance the human race and to rule over the human race. This theme is present in legends, myths, artwork, hieroglyphics, petroglyphs, ancient texts, tablets, cave drawings, and so forth -- on every continent across the globe.

Zecharia Sitchin is a premier scholar of ancient civilizations and one of only 200 people in the world who is able to read the Sumerian language, the oldest language on Earth. He has extensive knowledge of ancient Hebrew, Semitic languages, archeology and the Old Testament.

During his 60 years of research, Sitchen has written a dozen books on the ancient history of Planet Earth and the origins of the human race. His works include:

The 12th Planet (Earth Chronicles, No. 1), 1976
The Stairway to Heaven (Earth Chronicles, No. 2), 1980
The Wars of Gods and Men (Earth Chronicles, No. 3), 1985
The Lost Realms (Earth Chronicles, No. 4), 1990
Genesis Revisited: Is Modern Science Catching Up With Ancient Knowledge?, 1990
When Time Began (Earth Chronicles, No. 5), 1993
Divine Encounters: A Guide to Visions, Angels and Other Emissaries, 1995
The Cosmic Code (Earth Chronicles, No. 6), 1998
The Lost Book of Enki: Memoirs and Prophecies of an Extraterrestrial god, 2002
The Earth Chronicles Expeditions, 2004
The End of Days: Armageddon and Prophesies of the Return (Earth Chronicles, No. 7), 2007
Journeys to the Mythical Past, 2007

According to the Sitchen translations of ancient Sumerian cuneiform tablets, a race of reptilian beings (serpent gods) called the Anunnaki descended from above, on a planet called Nibiru which has an orbit that extends into our solar system every 3,600 years.

The Anunnaki (serpent gods) created the human race through genetic alteration -- homo erectus became homo sapiens. And they co-inhabited with the daughters of man (earthly female homo sapiens) to create an offspring called the Nephilim.

It wasn't a talking snake in the Garden of Eden, it was a reptilian being (serpent) from beyond earth.

The Nephilim (reptilian hybrids) became the rulers of the planet.

In India, those who descended from serpent gods and mingled with earthly females were called Nagas (meaning serpent kings). Buddhist text lists 80 kings who descended from the Nagas. They were able to move between reptilian form and human form at will, called shape-shifting.

In China, those who descended from serpent gods (Chinese emperors) were known as Dragons (part human and part reptilian being from beyond earth).

In Mesoamerica, Quetzalcoatl, the feathered serpent (reptilian being) was able to travel between the heavens and the earth. He is credited with the creation of mankind.

In Central America, Itzamna, meaning lizard sorcerer (reptilian being), is a serpent god. He resides in the heavens and was responsible for creating the human race.

In England, King Arthur descended from "dragons" (reptilian beings). Celtic folklore includes the royal bloodline having been created by interbreeding of human and non-human entities.

In Scandinavia, Jormungandr is a serpent (reptilian being) that encircles the world and has a stranglehold on the human race. Perhaps another clue that our world has been encircled (dominated) by hybrid reptilian entities for a very long time.

"For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places." Ephesians 6:12

Perhaps the rulers of the darkness of this world have been manipulating humanity for a very long time.

Perhaps Ophiuchus the Serpent Wrestler has been kept from us because of the enormous implications of the origin of the human race, and the nefarious ploys of the reptilian hybrids that control and enslave us.

On December 21, 2012, our solar system crosses the exact center of the Milky Way galaxy, also known as the Dark Rift.

This cosmic event may be of monumental importance to the human race. There will likely be surges in electromagnetic fields, potentially creating earth changes and/or accelerations in human consciousness.

This event, which happens every 25,627 years as the solar system completes the Precession of the Equinoxes (a complete cycle through all 12 or 13 constellations) may also include possibilities of ascension onto higher dimension of existence, if one is prepared to adopt a unity consciousness.

If we are indeed enslaved by an inter-dimensional race of beings, they would likely attempt to prevent those seeking ascension to a higher dimension from attaining their goal.

Food for thought.

Quote for the Day -- "I don't believe in astrology -- I'm a Sagittarius and we're skeptical." Arthur C. Clark

Bret Burquest is the author of 7 books, including THE REALITY OF THE ILLUSION OF REALITY and ORB OF WOUNDED SOULS (available on Amazon). He lives in the Ozark Mountains with a dog named Buddy Lee and where the signs of the sky speak to those who wonder.