DISCLOSURE versus DISCERNMENT? Part 2
Thinking back on life one may recall a series of revelations that changed a particular view(s) of how things really worked. Each event is a form of “disclosure”. We all have been involved in such events in one way or another. Sometimes these revelations have been difficult to be part of or to receive. A recent cartoon of a small penguin trying to keep up with a migrating flock of geese brings that into focus: one “parent” says to the other “do you think he is old enough to be told that he is adopted?”
There have been many recent hints at some form of “global disclosure” happening in the main stream media, one by an aerospace company basically says that you will not believe what we have to tell you.
Well, what has held them back from telling us before? - what is stopping them from telling us now? - why announce the fact that there will be a "partial" release?
Several new pieces of information help stitch together the depth of reality:
Superclass: The Global Power Elite and the World They Are Making by David Rothkopf
What is one who is just trying to get by to make of these announcements? While there may be no real answers, here is a possibility:
None of us will ever know the full depth of what there is to know while living on our finite planet, Earth. (This is Biblical if you recall, “seeing through the glass darkly”.) Is it (It is) possible that each one of these is a ruse that is partially true and somewhat misleading?
So like the Easter Bunny, Santa Claus, and any public speech by ANYONE, there is always some truth and/or good will involved as well as a complete snow job. The issue for those who are growing up is to be able to pick the bits of truth from the whole message and keep it apart from the urge to judge when it becomes clear how much garbage was included within the message.
DISCERNMENT is the challenge of (ALL, but especially) this time. It appears that there is and will be a tremendous amount of information that is /can/ may be leaked for each one to sort out. Accepting that no one even can know it all may make the job easier to accept if not to actually get on with.
If you can not listen or pay attention, discernment will be impossible because no new information will be received.