Re: MY ENCOUNTER LAST SUNDAY
I asked Benedict to post about this after he emailed me and I think he may post a followup report.
I assured him that people who are successful in business rarely credit a university degree for their success. Working for a corporation, academia or the government requires faceless conformity, which many of us feel is not worth the material benefits one might 'earn.'
One of our contributors was a full professor (headed a science department) at a prestigious English university and she was persecuted so savagely by the other faculty on account of her open-mindedness and fearlessness that she eventually resigned. Conformity in Western academia, now, is really as bad as it was in Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia, as you may know if you're listening to the 'global warming' jive and the more popular academics' strident materialism.
Benedict's got a lot more on the ball than I did at his age and I eventually achieved material success after Carol and I got together in 2000. A college degree wouldn't have mattered one way or another on my current path, though all formal education is potentially enriching in a personal way, of course, and the scholarly folks who post reports on EW are precious assets to this movement.
Nothing worthwhile gets accomplished without money, so material success is an integral part of the expansion of this global revolution, of course. Most rich folks are parasites and misers, getting their livlihoods through exploitation but there are a handful of them who have conscience and seek personal integrity and those, almost always independent businessmen or professionals, are the ones who will probably end up capitalizing the very large projects in the not-distant future, after the sewer rat agencies, the media and their Nazi handlers have failed to suppress this empowering information, finally. Thank God they continue to underestimate the power of the internet, which they think they own with their army of clever disinformants and fakers.
Some of the exploiters might even finance the reversal of the Sahara and buy up desert land in order to sell at a profit, after and that's okay, too.
What the African Kikundi are doing represents the vanguard of this smoldering, positive global conflagration. All we each need to do is to keep putting one foot in front of the other as we follow our intuited instructions from the unseen realms and we can't fail, no matter what we might think in the moment.
The I-Ching anagram that stands for 'calamity' also stands for 'opportunity' and I've seen that dynamic play out in my own life at crucial times, so that after awhile the personal calamities no longer disturbed me, much. Then they seemed to stop happening but after the corporate order nearly destroyed my life and took away my livlihood and family in 1994 I eventually adopted a 'nothing to lose' attitude in my open opposition to them and I've kept that
I think Thomas Paine is a good exemplar for today's Etheric Warrior because he said that the only danger to the (1700s) world was Great Britain; the rest of the world only wanted to trade with each other. London's secret-handshake @$$holes later created the present US gov't to represent and enforce the corporate order's hegemony. The rest of the world (except US/UK/Israel) still only wants to trade. After the coming (probably peaceful) demise of the US Government I'm going to close EW, by the way, because that will be the abrupt end of ancient global oppression and state-sponsored terrorism. The corporate order needed America to become like Nazi Germany and they utterly failed, so all that remains is for one state to quietly secede, then enough will follow that the parasitic US Government will probably only represent Washington, DC, if that.
Meanwhile, the torch of civilization has already passed from the IndoEuropean people to China, who are about to share it with Africa, I sincerely believe. It's a wonderful potential synergy of 'air' and 'water' ethers. The Nazis who run the state-sponsored global terrorist agenda shout louder and louder, meanwhile, as the interest of the Pajama People continues to wane, heheh.