Occupy Tucson, Occupy Wall Street / Are they in Denial? | 9/11 Truth

Last night I went to a meeting with occupy Tucson, a branch of occupy Wall Street. I was curious about their reluctance to accept the evidence showing that 9/11 was done by controlled demolition. I couldn’t understand their reluctance, and I wanted to talk to them about it. Now I know what the problem is: Denial!

They accept the official version of WTC7 collapse, disregarding the fact that fires can’t bring a skyscraper down in less than 7 seconds, because it is against their most cherished belief: our government is our protector; it couldn’t have done that.

Licensed clinical psychologist Robert Hopper, Ph.D., explains: “9/11 Truth challenges some of our most fundamental beliefs about our government and about our country. When beliefs are challenged or when two beliefs are inconsistent, cognitive dissonance is created. 9/11 Truth challenges [our] beliefs that our country protects and keeps us safe and that America is the ‘good guy.’ When this happens, fear and anxiety are created. In response, our psychological defenses kick in [to] protect us from these emotions. Denial, which is probably the most primitive psychological defense, is the one most likely to kick in when our beliefs are challenged.”

I recommend my readers to read the whole article here:  Psychology Experts Speak Out: “Why is the 9/11 Evidence Difficult for Some to Accept?” 

Not accepting this evidence, the fact that there is evil intention in the ruling 1%, will render the movement easy prey for them. Justice must be done. We must clean house in order to be able to establish a government by the people and for the people.

The official account of 9/11 has been rejected by more than a dozen professional organizations, including Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth (with over 1,700 professional members), Scientists for 9/11 TruthFirefighters for 9/11 TruthLawyers for 9/11 TruthMedical Professionals for 9/11 TruthPilots for 9/11 TruthPolitical Leaders for 9/11 TruthMilitary Officers for 9/11 Truth, and Intelligence Officers for 9/11 Truth. Please check what they have to say.

The Four Agreements | Be Impeccable with your Word | Don Miguel Ruiz | Toltec Wisdom

The Four Agreements

The Four Agreements by don Miguel Ruiz is a book I recommend. It is a simply written book with very deep truths. The four agreements are: 1. Don’t take things personally. 2. Don’t make assumptions. 3. Be impeccable with your word. 4. Do your best.

If you analyze the first three agreements you’ll realize that they’ll take you to inner silence, although there is more to them than that. The fourth agreement is to just do your best with the first three. Excellent agreement the fourth; it means: Don’t worry about being perfect, just do your best.

I am choosing impeccability with our words in this post because we talk so much, and usually needlessly. And our words are sometimes used to edify, but often are also used to vilify and destroy. Words sometimes are sharper than razors and leave deeper scars, so it is important to speak tactfully, mindfully. Sometimes is better not to speak at all; for once a word is spoken it can’t be retrieved, and being sorry does not erase the scar.

I am also choosing this agreement because so many people are so careless about their promises that they devalue their word. And when they do that they also devalue themselves; they come across as unreliable. Our word should be honored because if our word is no good, how good are we? What do we mean when we speak? As they say: “If your word is no good, you are no good.”

Let’s be impeccable with our words, and let’s mean what we say.

What do you think?

Don Miguel Ruiz’ Home 

In Memory | The Sycamore Ranch | Riverbend Hotsprings in T or C

My visit to the Sycamore Ranch was sad; my friends (the owners) had passed away. The place was deserted, most buildings stood in neglect, with broken windows and torn walls, battened down. The trail to the Sacred Grove had disappeared, but the trees stood tall. There was an offering at the roots of one of them, and a wind chime with a little fairy in another. I could feel my friends’ presence, and I took some time to say goodbye.

My best friend in the Sacred Grove.

From a distance 

In memory! The vegetable garden is gone, but the tree in the middle remains. This tree appeared to Dyan as a sapling, after she wished for it. 

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Riverbend Hotsprings in Truth or Consequences

The hostel is no more in T or C. The owners closed it and reopened as the Riverbend Hot  Springs. I used to help them out also, so it was good to see them doing well.

My favorite tub, next to the Rio Grande; there is a stairwell to it.

Lee and Sylvia, the proud owners; they were friends of the Sycamore Ranch.

Me and Sylvia

Visit: http://www.riverbendhotsprings.com/

Truth or Consequences NM | Paranoia | AE 9/11 Truth

From the Lama Foundation I went to T or C  NM. I wanted to visit my friends at the Sycamore Ranch, where I used to live and work, and show them The Eye of the Dragon; the ranch has a chapter in it. On my very first day, a woman called the police (as I entered the public swimming pool) due to my “suspicious” bag. My gym bag was suspicious? I asked the police officer as he inspected it. He shrugged his shoulders, but then he asked me about my bumper stickers. I told him that there was evidence that 9/11 was done by controlled demolition.

AE 9/11 Truth

Then I realized the profound effect my stickers have on people that want to ignore the truth. I was stopped three times, during my short stay in T or C, with one pretext or another (I guess T or C wants to ignore the truth, or do nothing about it). Those stickers are doing their job (I have one on each side). It would be great if more people would do their job and do something , maybe use a bumper sticker or two. But let me tell you, whether they want to or not, the truth will be known and a new consciousness will sprout, a system so corrupt has to be changed. The time has come. Do your part, do something!  Spread the word somehow! Do it for your kids.

Ideas here: A Thrive

Viva Ecuador! | Julian Assange, will he make it to Ecuador?

Poster by supporters of Julian Assange in London

The fact that Bradley Manning is on trial (and Julian Assange had to take refuge in the Ecuadorean Embassy) for exposing the truth (A Collateral Murder) is in itself proof  of the corruption in our governments. Where is our freedom of speech? But now that Mr. Assange has been granted asylum by Ecuador (quite a courageous move), to hinder his safe passage to that country will really show how low they have descended, and how little they care for justice. To break international law will be a disastrous move on their part, which will reveal who they really are and who they really work for, and our cause will be strengthened. Either way, the revolution of consciousness is on its way.

Lama Foundation, New Mexico vs The Monster with Three Thousand Heads

I went to the Lama Foundation with the main purpose of sharing my book and helping out. Lama is a spiritual community, on the slopes of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in New Mexico, where all religions meet in harmony to find common ground. You may want to visit sometime. 

Sunset on a rainy day, a gift

A few minutes before. Can you see the lightning? Enlarge if you can’t.

Most of the permanent residents at Lama are well-balanced people. Meet Joe, Megan and Pema below:

Pema is the youngest resident.

Megan and Pema

Bobby was the “watch” (resident in charge), almost always a beaming smile.

Some of the helpers and “stewards”, however, were heavily laden with ego, unable to smile: I even saw a few hateful looks directed at my book (I left a copy for their library anyway). But that is understandable because the reason they are there is to find presence and balance. Besides, religion is such an easy prey for the ego: Do you think the Christ would be sitting at the Vatican if he was here today? And wasn’t Hui Neng, the Sixth Patriarch of Zen Buddism, pursued by fellow monks with intent to kill? They hated his humble origins and envied his awakening. If you walk into the most remote monastery in Tibet, I bet you’ll find the monster with three thousand heads* lurking in the shadows: the world of form is its reign. Beware!

Buildings in Lama are made to withstand harsh winters.

The Dome

Dome’s roof

Sunset from the Dome

Inside, facing entrance

My friend Seth working in the vegetable garden. He was the “watch” when I left.

Helping Lama! It took me about five days (6 hours a day) to clear these steps of weeds and dirt so the rocks could breathe. A good workout! 

Somebody’s camp in the woods. You must walk around making noise to scare the bears away.

The spring is sealed to protect the water. At the moment the water level was low.

Jill was doing a hermitage.

A shrine by the spring

Kirsten and Randy

Eli and Adam

 May the road rise with you!

On my last day I read this poem, from Kabir. He always goes to the gist of the matter.

“Are you looking for me? I am in the next seat.

My shoulder is against yours.

you will not find me in the stupas, not in Indian shrine

rooms, nor in synagogues, nor in cathedrals:

not in masses, nor kirtans, not in legs winding

around your own neck, nor in eating nothing but

vegetables.

When you really look for me, you will see me instantly –

you will find me in the tiniest house of time.

Kabir says: Students, tell me, what is God?

He is the breath inside the breath.”

More about Kabir at: http://www.poetry-chaikhana.com/K/Kabir/

http://www.boloji.com/kabir/intro.htm

More about Lama: Lama Foundation: Spiritual Community, Retreat Center & Mystery …

*PS Toltecs refer to the ego as a monster with three thousand heads. It is the best definition I have ever come across, for as you cut one head off, there is another one staring at you and ready to swallow you whole.

My Last Days in Taos, NM | The Walking Dead | The Hondo River | The Abominable Snowmansion

The John Dunn House Shops

I like John Dunn House shops in Taos. It has lots of trees and friendly people. On my last day promoting my book however, I had to move due to someone’s complaint. And looking for shade, I landed in front of quite a hostile lady who also seemed to consider me a threat. She refused to acknowledge my presence or answer my salute. And I must confess that I didn’t ask anyone, but I bet all these threatened people are banking with the big banks: the real threat. (Move your money now.A Central Bank’s Scheme 

These banks are the ones really stealing their business (they have already stolen the country–the debtor is a slave to the lender). These banks are the real threat, not a few people who are selling, or playing their music, on the sidelines.

Ah! but the media is so good at programming people. So well-programmed our citizens are that they march to their death like zombies, unaware the enemy is eating their entrails and using them as cannon fodder. The economy can only be fixed by eliminating the thieves. Taking it on people who are trying to make a living but can’t pay rent just shows a lack of vision, a lack of caring.

And the occupy movement (occupy wall street — the people aware) are refusing to accept the fact that criminals are controlling the government. They refuse to acknowledge o v e r w h e l m i n g  e v i d e n c e that 9/11 was an inside job. (AE 9/11 Truth) It is not  a matter of reform; we need to clean house. If you are cleaning an infected wound, it has to be cleaned thoroughly. Otherwise the infection will return. And we have an infected government. It stinks.

But the main problem is the lack of caring, the walking dead, the unconscious, the ones who turn a blind eye; they help the tyrants. Our revolution should be a revolution of consciousness. We need to start caring.

And believe me, 9/11 was just the tip of the iceberg; the 1% have big plans. And to those who think that they can trust such people and do business as usual, I wish the very best . . . I really wish them luck.

It is interesting. Let’s see what the future brings.

My campsite by the Rio Hondo

The Rio Hondo

The Abominable Snowmansion Hostel at Arroyo Seco, a few miles from Taos.

The Abominable Snowmansion Hostel

I stayed at this hostel 12 years ago, so I left them a copy of The eye of the Dragon.

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