It's just a ride

We are not humans on a spiritual journey. We are spiritual beings on a human journey.
Stephen Covey


We are all faced with a series of great opportunities brilliantly disguised as impossible situations.
Charles Swindoll

OK, let's put all this into a greater perspective. I have been talking throughout this book about the multi-dimensional nature of existence. That makes it hard, indeed impossible, to give the true picture of what is happening in our world, our frequency range.

I mean, what is true? Once you enter the realms of multi-dimensional reality, you see that there is no ultimate truth, except that we are all the same energy expressing itself in infinite ways. After that we are pretty much through with "truth". Everything else is not so much truth, but our perspective of what we see. Or think we see. What is true in my universe will not necessarily be true in yours.


What you have been reading is my universe, my reality, at this point. Or, rather, one of my realities. We are imprisoned by the belief that if one thing is "true" the opposite can't be true. But it can, and it is. It's just that they come from different perspectives of the same event. For instance, if the world is not perfect, how, at the same time, can it also be perfect? But it can and it is.


When you look at the world from the Matrix perspective, it is far from perfect, whatever perfect is. We see untold suffering, abuse, conflict, and sadness. So the reality that the world is not perfect is valid and supportable. But how can we evolve and grow into greater knowledge, wisdom, and understanding unless we face the consequences of our actions? We can't. If a child had no consequences of his or her behavior, they would not change the behavior and make different choices.


What Creation does magnificently is to put the consequences of our choices, or more accurately the intent behind those choices, in front of our faces. This imperfect world is the consequence of human choices, the choice of those who wish to control and destroy, and the choice of those who sit back and let them do it, or close their minds to what is happening because they think it is easier that way.


So in terms of our evolutionary journey, Creation is presenting the consequences of our action and inaction and, in doing so, it makes the world we live in absolutely perfect because we are experiencing what we need to experience. Two apparent opposites, but both are true. Life is a paradox, but then again, it's not, because these are not paradoxes, they are different perspectives. They are not contradictions, they are comprehensions.

I have been told from time to time that I am contradictory in what I say and do. But I'm not. That is just those people's perspective. And if you judge a multidimensional being from one perspective, you are going to see apparent contradictions. As we judge what a person says or does, do we ever ask which level, therefore perspective, those words and actions are coming from?


No, we see one person and make judgments as if they are one person. But we are many "people". If I am reacting or seeing something in that moment from the view of my Matrix-level holographic "physical" image, I am going to see things a certain way. But, in another moment of reflection when I open up the connection to my higher levels of being, I will see the same events and experiences in a very different light.


That's not contradiction, it is the comprehension of the level that is observing. If you watch one of my talks you will see me moving realities as I go along, always culminating in the ultimate reality that we are all one and that one is love. So I have written this book from one perspective of reality and it offers, I would submit, an accurate theme of what is happening in that reality. But it's not the only one, and I see this same theme and story from many other realities. At the highest reality I have accessed thus far, it's all just a game. A cosmic game called evolution, a game called love.

The Matrix is like a cinema screen and we are the cast in the picture. Or, as "Shakespeare" put it, all the world's a stage and we are the players. If the reptilians and other astral manipulators did not exist, we would have to invent them. In fact we probably have. They are other levels of ourselves putting ourselves in our face. They are a level of our own infinite self, one of our realities, that we are being challenged to face and transform. If we hate them, we hate ourselves.


They are our shadow, that part of ourselves that we do not want to face, acknowledge, or admit to. While our shadow self is hidden from us, the reptilians will stay hidden and continue to covertly control. As we acknowledge it, so they will emerge and we will see what is going on. One is a reflection of the other. The more we deny our shadow side, the more the consequences will be placed before us because that's the way the game works. The longer we stay in denial, the more powerful and challenging the consequences become. That is our choice. See it now or see it later. Because we are going to see it.


The question is how extreme must be the consequences before we do? In this movie, The Great Illusion, we play our parts in mutual service to the cosmic game. If Richard Warman did not determine to silence me and suppress my information, I would not have the challenge to overcome that frustration and grow from it. If Richard Warman did not have me, he would not face the consequences of his actions and learn from the experiences that Creation will present to him.


If journalists like Jason Cowley did not misrepresent me and my work, I would not have the major challenge to disconnect from Matrix reactions and, again, feel the frustration at what is written. Nor would I be given such a wonderful opportunity to see how journalists defend and underpin the Matrix mentality. If Cowley did not have me, as the evidence emerges to show the validity of what he dismisses and ridicules, he would not have the opportunity to see what a prison he lives in and perpetuates for others.


If we did not have the Illuminati, we could not experience the consequences of what happens when you give your mind away to someone else's reality and insist that everyone else does the same. If the Illuminati did not have the human race, they could not face the coming consequences of seeking to impose their will on others. We are all providing experiences for each other. In fact, we are providing them for ourselves because we are everything. There is no us and no them and no "we". There is only one infinite "I". We are the reptilians and the "demons" and, at the same time, we are those they manipulate because we are all the same "I".

So what I have presented here is one level of the Cosmic Game -the point where the game interacts with dense physical reality. It is not the whole story, only part of it. The challenge of the game is to see that it's a game.


Once we do that and see through the illusion, we hit the jackpot, the doorway opens, and we get out of here. We can still be in it physically, but we are no longer of it. The experiences my life have set before me since 1991 particularly, often extreme and played out in the public eye in Britain, have not yet freed me from the Matrix. But they have made me free-er than ever before. And I'll get there.


I have yet to meet anyone who is fully free of the illusion because we look it in the face every minute of our lives. I have met many who think they are, but they are just caught in another facet of the illusion. They are entrapped by the illusion that they are free of the illusion while continuing to be controlled by it. The more I disentangle my lower mind from the Matrix, the crazier and more extreme people think I am. But I'm not crazy and extreme. That is only the perception of those mesmerized by the Matrix and if only they could step back and observe the world they believe is "normal" and "sane", they would see just how extreme and crazy that is.

In my experience, and that's all I can speak from, the first step to freedom is to realize that we live an illusion. Without that, the Matrix always wins. Doing this is not easy when everything seems so "real". Our senses deceive us and confuse us because they are accessing such a tiny fraction of all that is. If our radio and television could only tune to CNN or the BBC we would get a very narrow band of reality. It would be a desperately limited and biased vision of life and possibility. There would be so much that we would never know about.


Our physical senses disinform us in the same way, unless we balance that by opening ourselves to our higher frequencies of perception and intuition that can recognize an illusion when they see one. So the foundation of freedom from the Matrix mentality is to know that we live in a dream world created by our own minds and those who condition them. More and more, I look at the physical world and see it as vibrating energy. The numbers and codes in the Matrix movie is a good way to visualize it. I find that this constantly re-confirms to me that I live in a virtual reality computer game and what we see is whatever we think we see or are told we see.


It keeps me on my guard against falling for the Matrix mentality. When you perceive those who harass you and situations that challenge you as merely vibrating numbers and codes, it takes the sting from the experience and your emotional response because you can see it's not real. You know you are like the guy in the computer game dodging the bullets fired by a spotty-faced 15-year-old sitting in his bedroom hour after hour. If you get hit, the game just starts again. No one's really dead. They just play dead and then continue their eternity. We live forever. We are the players in the game and we are those controlling the game and observing the game. We are the game.


As Bill Hicks said of life:

"It's like a ride in an amusement park and when you go on it you think it's real, because that's how powerful our minds are. The ride goes up and down, round and round, it has thrills and chills, and it's very brightly colored and it's very loud. And it's fun for a while. Some have been on the ride a long time and they begin to question: Is this real, or is this just a ride? And others have remembered and they come back to us and they say: Hey, don't be afraid ever, because this is just a ride. And we kill those people.

"Shut him up, I've got a lot invested in this ride, shut him up. Look at my furrows of worry, my big bank account, and my family. This has to be real. It's just a ride, but we always kill those good guys who try to tell us that and let the demons run amok. But it doesn't matter because it's just a ride and we can change it anytime we want. No job, no savings money, just a choice right now between fear and love."1

And that's all it is. Fear in all its infinite expressions like guilt and resentment and a desire for revenge, is the low-vibrational emotion that holds us in the pen, the Great Illusion.


Love, in its purest sense, is our highest vibrational state and one that connects us with the highest level of all that is. All that we are. That transformation of perspective, from fear to love, vibrates us out of the Matrix mentality and we step out of the game and out of the illusion that it's all "real". If you observe parts of this book, particularly the chapter, The Gatekeepers, you will feel my Matrix level, my holographic image, screaming inside with frustration at the way we control and imprison each other.


That's one reality and a valid one from that point of observation. But when I open my heart to the love vibration and open my mind to acknowledge the illusion, the frustration dissolves because it's just a game, just a ride, just a movie of our own making. We can make it a nice picture or a horror film. That's our choice. It is, always was, and will always be.

So I love you Richard Warman; I love you Bernie Farber; I love you Jason Cowley; I love you George Bush, Queen of England, Queen Mother, Prince Philip, Henry Kissinger, David Rockefeller, Edgar Bronfman, Rothschild dynasty, Lord Carrington, Al Gore, Ted Heath, Tony Blair, Peter Mandelson, Billy Graham, and all the others named in my books. If I don't love you, I don't love myself, because I am you and you are me.


We are different aspects of the same infinite whole. No, we are the infinite whole.

A time to choose

The game is reaching a crucial stage in terms of choice. We can take the left hand path and live in a Matrix controlled by the lower astral consciousness -a global fascist state in which the illusion will be imposed by the law and the jackboot. That, from the viewpoint of eternity, is of little consequence because there will be other chances to make different decisions and make other movies.


The game never ends, it just changes as we change. But do you really want to have the experience of living in a fascist global state with your freedom of expression and choice denied in its most basic form? If you do then just sit on your arse and watch it happen because it will. It is happening. What Richard Warman and Bernie Farber (the Bronfmans) are trying to do to me will be written into the law of the land.


Such laws are already being introduced. If we don't want that, we need to make another choice and make it now. We can take the straight-on path and walk the Freedom Road. If that's our choice, there are some fundamental changes to make. First, we free ourselves from the illusion and the reactions and responses of the Matrix mentality. Unless we start to free ourselves, how can we hope to free the world around us, which is merely an outward manifestation of the inner self?


We live in an external prison while thinking we are free because we live in an internal prison while thinking we are free. The prison without is a reflection ot the prison within. Change ourselves and we change the world. Look in the mirror. Try changing the image you see without changing the image it is reflecting. You can't, of course you can't, but the human race has been trying to do that for thousands of years and that's why it has never worked.


I have written before of the three crucial elements that I believe are the key to unlocking the gates and the portals to multi-dimensional freedom.

  1. We let go of the fear of what other people think of us and start living and expressing our own uniqueness of lifestyle, view, and reality. When we do this we step out of the herd and if enough of us do it, there is no herd.

  2. We allow everyone else the freedom and respect to express their uniqueness without the fear of ridicule and condemnation for the crime of being different. When we do that we cease to be a sheepdog keeping the herd in line.

  3. No one seeks to impose their beliefs or reality on anyone else, so always respecting the freedom of others to make different choices. This is the balance point that stops one person's free will imposing itself on another.

These three steps would trigger a transformation of such magnitude that they would turn this prison into a paradise. And all three, as they relate to us, we have the power to introduce right now. This book may have said much about bloodlines and the history and techniques of human servitude. It may have highlighted at some length the reptilian genetic connection to all this. That's important because people need to know what is going on at that level of reality.


But what this book has really been about is humanity freeing itself from the Great Illusion. If I had to choose one thought that people would remember from these pages, one thought that would transform this world more than any other, it would be this:

It's just a game. It's just a ride. And we can change it anytime we want. The truth is not out there. It is within you. And that truth is love.


1 Bill Hicks ended many of his performances with these words.

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