I sometimes find myself pondering how some of the most intelligent people I know are also the least consciously aware people. Most of the consciously aware people I’ve come across are intelligent, but one can argue that there are great number of intelligent people who have never had a single conscious thought in their life. Why is that?
Most of these people appear incapable of seeing beyond the veil. They cannot perceive anything beyond the five senses. If science can’t prove it, or if the mainstream media denies its existence, then it simply isn’t worth thinking about for these people. These are the ones who are typically great at regurgitating information, but lack critical thinking skills and rarely ever challenge the status quo. While I may be speaking in generalizations, I do find this quite often to be the case. These also tend to be the same people who blindly follow false leaders, religious or political, thinking they have the answers instead of searching for the answers themselves.
Part of my motivation for writing my book was to make people more consciously aware. If 100 people read my book, and only 1 person has some sort of spiritual awakening, then my book would have been a major success in my eyes. The truth of the matter is, the majority of people who will read my book will be people who already have at least a general understanding of the story’s many esoteric topics, while the rest will consider it as being nothing more than an outlandish science-fiction novel. But for the few people who read it and are generally intrigued enough to do their own research, it would give me great pleasure knowing that I set them off on their own personal spiritual journey, even if they ultimately draw different conclusions than myself.
It took me several years of reading various materials from different sources to be able to complete my book. Looking at one or two sources simply isn’t good enough when you’re trying to figure out some of life’s greatest mysteries. There is a lot of disinformation out there, and sorting the wheat from the chaff can at times be an arduous task. Take Zecharia Sitchin, for example. Although I believe he was at least partially a disinformation agent, I also believe he had a lot of valuable information to offer as well. However, if I had used only him as a source for my book, the story would have taken on a whole new meaning. My book would’ve featured Enki as being the greatest thing since sliced bread if I hadn’t cross-referenced Sitchin’s work with other respectable sources.
The point is, way too many people have become immersed in the matrix, especially now with America as divided as it is. Most people are too distracted with current events, their jobs, and their own personal lives to think about what’s really going on behind the scenes. Although more people are waking up, the majority still seem to be asleep and would prefer to put their trust in authoritative figures than to assume responsibility for themselves. A lot of people also fear what their friends, family members, or co-workers would think of them if they began questioning the mainstream narrative. They don’t want to be considered conspiracy theorists, so this becomes yet another reason why people would rather just go with the flow, even if what we’re being told by those in power doesn’t make much sense.
Fortunately, I have no such fears. If I did, I would never have released “The Man Who Broke Free” to the public. I would have kept it to myself and shared it only with those who I felt would resonate most with the material. I personally believe I released my book at a highly critical time. For those who regard my book as merely a science-fiction novel, they may soon begin to realize that the world they once knew will never again be the same.
After all, Winter Is Coming…