Another in a long line of great articles by Jon Rappoport. This one caught me by surprise. Maybe it will you, too!
This one deserves all the gusto we can muster! Thanks to Cobra for this.
Why be free if we’re going to do nothing with it? Jon Rappoport’s right, of course. Ignoring the false narrative puts us in the catbird’s seat: a position rife with possibilities! Who’s onboard?
Beautiful article by Caitlin Johnstone via deusnexus.wordpress.com! Yep, we have to write our own narrative if we want to be the stars in our own shows!
I haven’t posted in a long time but this is definitely post worthy!!! Thanks to Kauilapele! Read the full post by clicking below. -d13
““…it turns out Kek is also—and always has been—an ancient Egyptian deity… A frog-headed one… Kuk’s [Kek’s] male form was depicted as a frog, or as a frog-headed man… As a symbol of darkness, Kuk also represented obscurity and the unknown, and thus chaos. Also, Kuk [Kek] was seen as that which occurred before light, thus was known as the bringer-in of light.”
Symbols have great power and we can use these to great benefit. I’m going to get a batch of these printed up in the morning! Here’s to your health! Thanks to cosmic convergence.org.
Wow! this is excellent, just what I needed, a synchronous solution. Thanks for sharing this!!! -d13
7 mins read I got the chance over the holidays to house sit in the Rockies, taking care of 2 Dogs, 2 Cats, and an unspecified number of Fish. I took the time to do lots of meditation, in between animals jumping on me, that is, and hiking up snowy mountains. Never since I was […]