Easter

Posted by Jeni in Ad Infinitum | 3 April 2012

One week before Easter.

No Easter Eggs.

No Simnel cake

No chocolate bunnies.

No Passover parties.

No guests

BUT

The old man is back from Northampton.

So we'll be quibbling, nibbling and dribbling.

Thats what happens when you get as old as Sir Tom Jones, although I imagine he has staff to help with the mess.

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Comments

1. At April 5, 2012 9:21 AM Rhianon wrote:

Well, I did buy myself an Easter Egg. And baked a batch of chocolate chunk cookies. I'll probably make some brownies. But i don't like Simnel cake. I'm told it started out as a Mothers Day cake then drifted over into Easter. I don't know how true that is. I thought the 11 blobs of Marzipan on the top represented the remaining disciples after Judas legged it. Maybe they were a later addition.
As a Baptist I'll be celebrating Easter, so happy Easter to everyone, but if you're celebrating Passover, Spring, lighter nights or any other joyous thing, have a beautiful time.
Love to you all, Rhianon. x

2. At April 8, 2012 2:11 PM eleonor wrote:

extract from 'anglo-saxon mission'
B: What can ordinary people do? How should they react? How should they think? Do you personally feel that this is inevitable? Do you think we're all doomed in some way?

W: No, absolutely not. I've often thought about this, Bill, and this of course is a personal view: We will endure. But to endure, from one person to the next, is not to work for them anymore. It's to stop working for them. It's not to react violently against them because they'll win. They would love that to happen, then it gives them an excuse. They breed on fear and violence -- the reaction from fear. That would be like bees to honey for them. They would love that to happen.

What's needed is non-violent reaction: simply just not doing the job for them any more. To give a comparison, Bill. There was a man who history has largely ignored. He was a Frenchman, by the name of Jean Jaurès. It's always surprised me why this incredible character has never entered the history books. He's quite well known in France in some circles, but not widely known.

He predicted the First World War happening. He wanted the International Workers' Movement to not comply with the royal families and aristocracy, and when you read about him you'll find this out yourself. Just a couple of months before the outbreak, when the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand took place in Serbia, Jaurès was assassinated in a French café. They killed him. He was shot dead, and with him went that movement.

Prior to World War One, he saw the writing on the wall. He saw the aristocracies and the royal families of Europe pitting themselves against one another, in a big battle. He knew that France and Germany, the United Kingdom were all industrialized nations. He further realized that being industrialized, the next war will be an industrial war where millions of people might be killed.

He formed a movement which some have termed as communist. It was the International Workers' Movement, and it's got nothing to do with politics. His idea was for the ordinary person not to do anything, not to go to war, just stay at home and they wouldn't have the war they wanted.

I personally believe that if non-violence is adopted and people become more awake to what's happening, then these people very, very quickly lose the power that they've got. They feed on power. They feed on fear. So if you take these elements away from them they become powerless. They need us to do what they're doing. They can't do it on their own even though they'll be damn dangerous in any event, but they can't do it all on their own.

And that would be my message is just to wake up a bit, see what's happening about us, put our heads above the parapet and without fearing to do that, without feeling afraid, take a deep breath, have a look around, see what's happening, and then people will soon realize: Oh yeah. Okay. This is where we're gonna go. This is where we're heading and there's not much I can do about it. But they can!

As I've said, it's not to react violently. And if people are in positions where these people need them, just don't work for them. Just stop working for them. Take your labor away because they need the troops who are going to do this work. We're not just talking about people in the military. We're talking about every civilian member in all the populations right across the globe. Just say: No, because this is not us. This is not what we want to do.

And it's making that choice. It sounds ridiculously simple. I think the execution of it is that simple and it's well within our power as human beings, conscious living, breathing, human beings who have a shared compassion for one another to do that. Because if we don't, they'll carry on and then they'll realize their endgame.

B: Do you think, from your own military experience, that there are enough people in the military who are saying: You know what? I didn't sign up for this. I'm not going to do this. Or do you think that they'll buy into all the justifications that are being set up at the moment?

W: Well, by and large the Western military is not a conscripted army. It's a professional army, and it prides itself on its professionalism. It prides itself on acting on behalf of the people who elected the government who sent them out to do the job that they're doing. It's a very difficult question to answer. And of course, these troops are superbly trained and they believe, they wholly believe, as I did when I was in the military, that you're doing the job for all the right reasons.

If it became clear to people who are in such professions -- this is not just the military; we're talking about the emergency services, the police, all those who've made their way into the security industry, we're talking about all these people. If enough voices were heard, then those in the military who have not achieved any significant rank, who have no particular stake in the game, will then wake up themselves just as soon as anybody else.

But it's got to be borne in mind that the Western powers have professional military services, and it's a difficult thing to do to make it clear and let these guys and girls know that they're not fighting the right people.
http://projectcamelot.org/lang/en/anglo_saxon_mission_interview_transcript_en.html
ALSO:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/3302722/The-Atlantean-Conspiracy
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3. At April 8, 2012 2:51 PM eleonor wrote:

RE 'THEY' REMOVED YOU AS THE ONE ON THE AWAKENING MISSION, BUT YOUR TRUE BEAUTY,SPIRITUALITY STAYS WITH US FOREVER.
YOU WILL SOON BE RECALLED, JENI,YOU KNOW THAT. JUST WAIT, GATHERING STRENGTH. WE NEED YOU.
ALL DARK FORCES WILL FADE, AS 'NEW EMPEROR'S CLOTHES'.IT IS ALL PART OF THE DARKEST AGE
INFINITE LOVE
'... it's just the pain that we have to go through[emphasis added - looks like only pain will force us to think&feel deeply, as it happened in russia, through horrendous tortures of last century, and our 'circus' providers/presenters keep us on trivial level instead of awakening one] of reaching that point where this regime will no longer have the power that they've got.

People wakening up, finding out what's going on around them and really having a good look, and raising their conscious levels as they've never done before, and then everything will click into place quite quickly. And when it does, the power that these people have will just fall off them like a towel, you know, just fall right off them, and they'll be exposed for what they are.

B: That's a very inspiring thought. Do you feel personally that... Let me specify a number of alternatives: That the whole war might not happen at all; that the whole thing will just fall apart? Or that all of this will fall apart after the war but before the cataclysm? Or that all of this will fall apart after the cataclysm and that the Meek will inherit the Earth, let's say?

W: Yes. This is an extremely good question. Let's consider two things: the first thing is the sheer determination on the part of this regime, for want of a better word, the sheer determination that they have to have this done. They're desperate. They're going full-out for this to happen. They're creating the scenarios, the in, the out. It's relentless; it's non-stop; there's no breathing space. And when there is breathing space, I mean, when people start to relax about things, something else will pop up to keep us within that grip of fear that they've generated.

That is a hugely powerful force that they have, massively powerful, and it should never be underestimated. It's the sort of thing that drives good, honest people around the bend, putting people early into their graves through stress and anxiety. It's coming away from that and seeing it for what it is.

If there's enough people who can raise the levels of awareness and just see what's happening, then everybody else will bring their heads up. I think it only needs one or two people to put their head up and just say: Yep. All's clear, and everybody else will come up. Then you'll see them all around the world, in various countries, just a new feeling, a better feeling than what we've had before, and that's all about individuals empowering themselves by acknowledging who they really are.

And it's nothing mystical. It's nothing deeply cultish or anything like that. It's got very little to do with religion. It's all about the human spirit and the consciousness which we live through and that we all share and knowing that consciousness is undoubtedly shared by all of us -- but is presently suppressed. And we have to get past those suppressive forces in order to realize who we are. When that happens -- all else will follow quite naturally and that regime, dangerous as they are -- I can't emphasize this too much: These are damn dangerous people, extremely dangerous -- their power will go.'
http://projectcamelot.org/lang/en/anglo_saxon_mission_interview_transcript_en.html

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