The first recollection I had of signs of waking up was when I was about 14 or 15 having delved into the world of the animal rights. Now I understand when those two words ‘animal rights’ are mentioned people often immediately think of images of black balaclava-wearing pseudo terrorists….I wonder why that would be – the main stream media perhaps? When the reality is these so-called stealth activities were more about working alongside innocuous little ol ladies making cup cakes to be sold in village church halls to raise funds for leaflets.
Just like any group of people who are up against big brother, the media will demonize them to the gullible sheople who absorb such propaganda. The tactics are always the same, because they never fail.
At that age I was green behind the ears and like a walking video camera, just absorbing this new, exciting and radical environment. One of the first wake up seeds I clearly remember was when I attended demos. These black balaclava clad individuals would turn up in vans creating havoc and hey presto the local press just happened to capture a nice shot of them smashing up some premises.
Now I’m not saying that all AR people are innocent, but in the main they were just peacefully demonstrating. These agent provocateurs were at this game way back 30 years go. The dirty tactics which are being used on the occupy protests we had to endure way back then.
I knew then when having personally witnessed these events and saw how totally innocent people were being sentences to trumped up charges, clearly showing how the police, the courts, and msm were all bent and in bed together. I knew then that the table was rigged. This really was an early wake up call for a young lad and I’m absolutely sure set the seeds for my determination to see some justice in life.
The lessons I feel we could all pool from the AR movement, despite if we agree or disagree with their cause are:
1/. Cohesiveness and camaraderie
3/. They hurt the corporations financially
4/. They have a defined direction/focus
5/. Copious numbers willing to be ‘proactive’ and take risks
Surely nobody can disagree that these elements would be beneficial to the Truth movement.
I then inevitably got sucked up into the matrix and put these experiences to one side while ‘I got on with life’. I ended up completing a four year carpentry and joinery apprenticeship and am a carpenter to this day. It is very common for carpenters to suffer from back problems and as I tend not to do things in halves, I ended up slipping a disc and had scoliosis where my spine was like a butcher’s hook (‘S’ shape). Children would open doors for me I was so deformed and had to use crutches. This I believe was the beginning of my spiritual and conscious awakening. That may sound new-agey, but I’m most definitely coming from a grounded realistic perspective.
Within eight weeks this chap had my spine straightened out and completely eradicated the pain which I had experienced for 3 years. I was sold on natural health! I would go into the treatment sessions with lists of questions for him. One week he said to me “Do you want a treatment or do you want training in this?”
I trained and worked alongside him and eventually set up my own clinic. After many years working with patients it really reinforced my understanding on the levels of conditioning in society and was an excellent experience to prepare me for delivering this Truth. I now view all our experiences no matter how mundane or seemingly insignificant they may appear as preparations spiritually for what we are now facing and will face in the future.
The four fundamental observations or lessons I learnt in the clinic in relationship to the Truth movement were:
(i) The difficulty people found in not being able to see the root cause of their problem/s.
(ii) How easily people gave away their self-empowerment to big brother’s so-called experts. “The specialist said this, the doctor said this, the consultant said this.” It was a real eye-opener to see how willing people were to give away their independence for short term convenience.
(iii) How ill-disciplined people were. They would not adjust their lifestyles, but just wanted someone else, or a magic product to give them that magic quick fix.
(iv) How people would not take responsibility for their condition, through their lifestyles.
Then around about 2005 I began to discovered the bigger picture, like most Truthers in gradual stages. [please see my essay below The 6 Stages of Awakening]. I feel this latter part is quite insignificant. I feel it’s more the early stages of our lives is when the actual wake up seeds are sown. The waking up part is just when the seeds have become active.