Saturday, April 19, 2014

The Woman and the Dragon

There is no discernible difference between the following two accounts, in my opinion.

One is a passage from the Bible, the other from a CNN news article posted 4/18 (Good Friday in the United States):

Sync notes: (1) Intl Space Station=ISS=ISIS (the woman/goddess).
(2) Replace the word "berth" with "birth".

The part that visually hit me the hardest was "its tail swept a third of the stars out of the sky" as compared to "the station's robotic arm will capture a space freighter".

I'm not here to make an observation about what any of it means. That's a whole 'nother conversation about the cyclical nature of so-called events and the people who manufacture report them.

I believe the more important concept to grasp is that we are living in a reality space where the things that are happening and the myths we tell ourselves about the things that are happening are virtually indistinct from one another. 

We are living in a 1:1 creation space. This is power and wisdom.

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