Spirituality is very important in our fight.
We’re dealing with satanists after all, and they hate it when you go to church.
That said, they love the Roman Catholic church. Look at the child molestation and the associated cover-up, which depends on a hierarchal structure. It’s a place where the priest tells you what to do and what to believe, and you are not allowed to question him. And I do mean him because they won’t let women in their clergy. Being anti-woman is a big part of being Illuminati. So is having lots of money and a hierarchical structure. The Vatican meets all three requirements.
Now, of course, there are truly good people who are Roman Catholic, just as there are good people who are bankers, and I sincerely hope that I have not offended anyone of good will. But, just as with the banks, the Illuminati have made unbelievable gains within the Roman Catholic church. And there’s something funny going on with Pope Benedict’s resignation. But if Roman Catholicism works for you, and it helps you to be a good person, and it can, then God bless you, and please stay on your path, as I know you will. Just be careful.
But, anyway, why do the Illuminati hate spirituality so much? Granted, they hate everything, but they seem especially bothered by spirituality. Once, in a hypnotic session, when I was drugged and tied to a chair, Jesus, St. Michael the Archangel, and Al Hallaj came up. (That can happen when you’re facing death). One of my programmers said, “I can’t do anything with any of this….” Now, that’s what I like to hear.
Spirituality—whether it’s based in Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Taoism, Buddhism, or just connection with God, nature, and other humans—helps people in many ways.
Spirituality gives you a sense that you are more than just your body, and you’re going to need that because they will threaten and hurt your body in many ways. They may even kill you, and they will certainly threaten to kill you. But if you’re not afraid of death, they won’t be able to use these kinds of threats. They just won’t work.
Spirituality also gives you a sense that there is something higher than you. Not some bullshit authority that you’re scared of, or that you want to kiss up to, but something truly higher that you wish to serve with all your being. Something to live up to—like a loved one’s smile, an admired person’s example, or someone you would never let down. These are things the enemy will never have, and they hate it.
It’s also true that prayer works. Calling on the aid of heavenly forces can be inspirational, and they just might actually help you. As another of my programmers once said of me, “He believes that a mysterious force is helping him. And the funny thing is…a mysterious force actually seems to be helping him.” Even the program used to have a theta wing….
Spirituality also has a psychological aspect. There’s a lot of wisdom in the Gospels, the Upanishads, the Sutras, the Tao Te Ching, the poetry of Rumi, and other spiritual sources. Part of my background has been in the Gurdjieff work, otherwise known as the Fourth Way. I’ve worked with the Gurdjieff Foundation, with students of J.G. Bennett, and others. George Gurdjieff fought the Illuminati his whole life, and I can’t tell you how hard my programmers have worked to keep me away from his teachings—whether it was actually making me forget that I had read a book, or finding ways to separate me from a teacher, or whatever. Maurice Nicoll’s Psychological Commentaries on the Teachings of Gurdjieff and Ouspensky is really useful. So is P.D. Ouspensky’s In Search of the Miraculous. You can find both online. Among other things, these books contain the extremely useful idea that one should not say “I” to everything—that just because you hear words in your head, or experience sensations in your body, it doesn’t mean you have to go along with them. A lot of my so-called internal life is not me—it’s V2K broadcast, or another form of mind control, or these scum using directed energy weapons or hypnosis to mess with my body. The Gospels call it demonic possession. That can be a helpful concept, because I am under attack, and I must not see these things as myself. There’s a lot here; but, in short, the psychological aspects of spirituality—of how to be a good person—can really help.
Finally, there’s spiritual community. The Illuminati want to isolate us, but they can’t do it when we’re part of a spiritual family who are actively working to serve the Higher Powers, to make the Earth a better place, to help others, and to become better people themselves. It’s good to break bread with people, whether it’s at a spaghetti supper, an ice cream social, or a church fair or service project. As my minister, Elizabeth, says, “We all eat one bread; and we drink from one cup.” It means a lot to me when Elizabeth or a fellow congregant gives me a hug and asks about my daughter. In any true spiritual community, you will find good people who really make an effort to be kind.
Now, of course, the enemy will try to turn this around, but they will have their work cut out for them. They might try to promote spiritual pride, or judgement, or otherwise get in the way. I can’t tell you how many times one of these jerk-offs has used V2K to tell me that the Jews killed Jesus or that Christ died for me and I should feel guilty. Then there are the times one of them has said something like “This is the Voice of your Conscience” or “This is St. Michael talking to you….” It makes me laugh. God doesn’t broadcast words into people’s heads. Leave that to the idiots at CIA, MI5, and Raytheon Corporation….
Take it from me: spirituality helps.