Thursday, April 14, 2016

The Energy Exists in The Story




As I move through “A Dangerous Truth” I realize increasingly the evil or bad energy that exists in the world. There have been so many invasions on people. Their lives upset by the power and greed that permeate the globe. No wonder we had the hippie generation. It is through them that love returns to the world. 

Think about it. Within a generation the world had experienced two world wars multiple regional wars and the institution of evil all around the planet; it encourages all this to live our lives in the light of goodness and love. The religions of the world advertise peace and love and yet they kill in the name of that love. The world has been listening to the wrong drummer. We have been dancing to a tune that blindly destroys many, without them even knowing it.

This is definitely not a lesson in faith or religion. I think we should all be able to practice whatever faith or belief that our heart is prompting us toward, but as long as it only affects the person with the belief. We have so many things still to learn. 

As I tie up the loose ends in “A Dangerous Truth” the story is already continuing in “Days of Doom”. In the continuing story, you will see where my earlier statement, “no wonder we had the hippie generation. It is through them that love returns to the world” comes in to play. There is an energy born into the world during this generation. One which will be the tide that turns us all away from the evil or dark energy and steers us toward the light that will bring the world peace. It is in an ever-growing energy that will consume the world before we can be happy. It will be through a select few who are strong enough to hear the message we can truly see the light and turn from the ways that in the name of enlightenment (through science).

So watch for “A Dangerous Truth” in the winter of 2018. And look forward to “Days of Doom” as the story continues to bring forth questions and ideas that push the envelope of the human mind into an idea that few consider.

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