I think you make perfect sense Enkisfreind. I’ve come to understand that there are some who know how we can be led to believe whatever they want us to believe. They know exactly how our minds work. I wouldn’t go as far as comparing O’Collins with Hitler, but I see your point. His anger is directed, (it appears to me), at the groups that caused the deception and created the lies and fabrications having us believe things that weren’t true. He’s telling us a story about the past, and throwing in his personal prejudice. I’ve had my share of angry moments, but I don’t go as far as to say the old Popes were sacrificing children in tunnels under the Vatican. Yep, he goes that far. If it’s true that’s a hard pill to swallow for anyone, even if you’re angry.
You could fill books with all the horrors committed under the name of Christianity. The death toll alone would be mind boggling. The vast amount of history and knowledge that was destroyed is a crime beyond comparison to anything we’ve ever known. Just saying, there are reasons for the anger in this man that are obvious, and there may be other reasons that are personal to him and we may never know.
O’Collins is very big on Trust Law, and if you study the laws that are in place right now you’ll see that we actually don’t own anything, not even the car we paid off or our homes, the land we think we own, nothing. I think he’s on a mission to change those laws. I haven’t researched that end of his work very much. I did listen to one radio show to get an idea of just what he was talking about in regards to Trusts. I’m probably going to keep my distance from it. I’m no Lawyer and it would probably take me years to figure out how we’ve lost our freedoms while we were sleeping. My interest right now is only in the history he’s uncovered, and if it’s true, and where it originated.
Someone must explain this national karma thing to me. Karma is the sum of a person’s actions in this and previous states of existence, viewed as deciding their fate in future existences. I’m not quite certain I like the idea of me not knowing, and admitting that I don’t know the depth of the History of the Jews from a Jewish perspective has anything to do with karma. I must be having a brain air bubble again. Maybe I was never a Jew, or maybe I just wished myself to be one next time around…oh my, I don’t understand. It would be a fascinating experience.
Now you know why my TV is almost always off. This goes back to the idea that there are people who know exactly how our minds work. We will find these types of things even in books such as the Kolbrin, and the NT. Knowing this is true can be part of the key to be able to block certain triggers don’t you think? Don’t know, but I do hope it’s possible. We can’t go through life avoiding all triggers, but we can learn to see them for what they are and not let the effect us in a negative way.
So what are the options if you don’t try and search for truth beyond? Only study that which goes with what you believe to reinforce that knowledge and crystallize on what could very well be untruth? We can see by looking at others who have crystallized on false teachings how difficult it is to break through to them with fact based reality. Read only suggested reading material from a certain group of people. Only watch recommended documentaries, one set of encyclopedia’s? Stay in the box, and stay safe. That might work if you’re absolutely convinced you’ve got all the answers with you in the box.
I picture myself sitting at the bottom of an open box, filled with all the silly books, articles, documentaries, etc. that I’ve seen and read when I journey out of the box. Life’s lessons never go to waste, they’re always there with me. One by one I rip out a few pages and put them in a stack neatly in my box. The rest of the book goes sailing out of the box like throwing out useless trash. Sometimes I’ll even go back to the trash pile and rip out a few more pages and bring them back to the box, or throw a few more neatly stacked pages out. Every now and then I’ll get a broom and sweep the trash outside the box into a pile and burn it. That’s my way of getting rid of the untruths, the bad stuff, the hateful things, whatever they are. I do it in my mind.
I see a big white room with people in boxes all over the place. At the end of the room there’s an endless bookshelf with the knowledge of the world. Some of us run to the bookshelf and grab some info. Some people are hidden in their box and won’t come out anymore, others just reaching out of their box with one hand. Some go from box to box. Some are holding their hands out of the box so you can run by and grab what they have to offer, and take it back to your box and look it over. Anyway this little exercise works for me most of the time. If I’m too close to the situation emotions can take hold, and then the whole thing goes to hell in a handbasket. Have to not let the emotions rule. That’s a day glow bright orange sticky note reminder, note to self pinned on the wall inside my box.