September 19, 2011
"Nature gave man two ends - one to sit on and one to think with. Ever since then, man's success or failure has been dependent on the one he used most." --George R. Kirkpatrick (1867-1937) Lecturer
Let me say up front, the opinions in this column are mine alone and do not reflect the position or opinions of NWVs or Roy Masters. This column isn't about political preferences, although there are a few comparisons I make.
When I first saw the title of Roy Masters book, Hypnotic States of Americans, I wondered if it might have something in it that would reinforce my belief that millions of Americans were actually in some sort of of hypnotic trance during Obama/Soetoro's illegal run for the presidency.
Shortly after the illegal swearing in of Obama/Soetoro, I referenced a piece titled, Obama's use of hypnotic technique during his speeches. I read the entire 60 page document and in my mind, it was the only thing that could account for what I saw with massive crowds reacting to someone I saw as a dead soul. Like Condeleeza Rice, Hillary Clinton and Dick Cheney to name a few. When I looked at Obama/Soetoro's eyes, they were flat, empty, evil. There is much evil in this world, although too many don't recognize it. Evil and Satan are just something they see at the movie theater while munching popcorn.
In his book, Hypnotic States of Americans, Roy Masters skillfully explains many things a lot of us know, but tens of millions don't: "We move against our own best interest when we respond to those appeals. [Outside manipulations] People who are in control of other people know that fact. Once we get caught up with their games, we go on responding until that response becomes a conditioning and then we can't prevent them from imposing their will on us. We become fearful, guilty and lost." Pg. 37
As regular readers of my columns know, I frequently use the phrase: If you play their game, the game will play you. If you become one of the parasites feeding off the host, as Sun Tzu said in so many words: make your enemy do what you want them to do while making it seem like a good idea at the time. In the end, they bring their own death.
In Chapter 4, The Psychology of Hypnosis, Masters clears up, I think, many misconceptions about the meaning of certain words like psychotic and psychopath. We hear those two words mixed all the time because they're thrown around on popular tv shows like CSI and Law and Order. Masters brings them into focus as they relate to relationships and the harm done because individuals really don't understand how pride and ego can be so destructive; they literally eat a person's soul into Hell:
"Every soul that has fallen to pride is void of understanding, because the ego shuns knowledge of God in order to be God; the ego fears understanding because that is the way of God." Pg 57
On page 59, in the same vein I wrote about parasites feeding, Masters says, "Cowards make bullies, and bullies make cowards; they reinforce one another's roles, you see." Very on point he says on page 63: "For this basic reason, the downtrodden tolerate their enslavement and their enslavers. In such a system, neither side is to be truthed -- both are treacherous beyond belief. Think of it -- a world where people elect and cling to those who corrupt them, for imagined security. Eventually, people give evil so much power that they are destroyed by the very evil they embrace."
Throughout the book, Masters refers often to God and Jesus Christ, but he makes clear in no uncertain terms the book is not to force anyone to believe in God, but writes, "God's truth has the power to save everyone from sickness, tragedy and often death, providing, of course, that each one is willing to realize the error of his ways. Regrettably, it is not the nature of the prideful person to be sorry for anything -- therefore does the soul, consumed by pride, perish." Pg. 233. Masters writes throughout the book about meditation and working through the evil forces hurting people in their personal lives. I've never meditated, but I pray every day.
Masters weaves all of this around "baggage" people develop early and life and carry around through adulthood. I see it constantly in the "freedom movement" and let me give you one example. A female wrote a few pieces about the putative president that caught on. She has become quite popular on some web sites dealing with Barry Soetoro's (Obama) ineligibility to run for president and is constantly beating the drum for his impeachment -- even though, constitutionally, Obama/Soetoro cannot be impeached. She also has promoted "solutions" that I have politely pointed out to her are not solutions because they have no basis in what an Act or law says by providing her with the language in the bill that was signed into law.
Only God is perfect, but since I have been able to spend so much time learning the past 20+ years from doing the hard research (which means ignoring the half baked lies and falsehoods from intellectually lazy reporters and "journalists"), I try to help others learn as I have so we don't put out false information. All that does it keep people chasing in circles.
Her response each time was bitchy. I tried one final time by providing this newly minded legend in her own mind a court case that shredded her latest post. Her reply was "all you want to do is keep us from succeeding." No, all I wanted was to keep you from looking like a fool because your pride in becoming "someone" in the eyes of a few on the Internet makes you hateful inside and you lash out at me. She is diseased with pride because of her foolish need to be adored instead of facing her own deficiencies.
I've told this story a few times, but I'll say it again because Masters covers it in his book and it is the exact same scenario regarding the female I've just discussed.
In 1993, a couple of years after becoming a full time activist, I had the occasion to call Dr. Edwin Vieira on the phone to ask him a question about something I was going to publish in my newsletter. I had read many of his writings on the "Fed" and our monetary system, but had never spoken to him before; no email back then. I no sooner had the words out of my mouth when he actually barked into the phone that I would look like a fool if I wrote such a thing. Edwin has a way of speaking that gets your attention and he had mine, instantly.
You see, while I had read so much of his work, there were things I didn't fully understand. Well, Edwin corrected me and I listened. I didn't knee jerk and allow pride to take over with a 'harrumph" and slam down the phone. I was wrong and I wanted to know why. Edwin has been a close and cherished friend now for a long, long time. Had I allowed pride to take over, never mind losing credibility in my work, I would have lost the opportunity to have such a fine person as a friend. I would have hurt myself by not dealing honestly with my own inability to evaluate the material I had read.
Chapter 14, The Power of Perception, has some real gems, "Sinners are not free to elect Godly men. Cannibals elect cannibal kings, don't they? And through the dominating influence of cannibal kings, cannibals can never hope to be anything except better cannibals. Like cannibals, hypocrites keep electing dishonest politicians to tell they what they want to hear. Generally, the masses have little tolerance for honesty." [Emphasis mine]
And, last, but not least, (page 270) Masters says this: "I strongly recommend the excellent 1962 movie The Manchurian Candidate - starring Frank Sinatra, Lawrence Harvey and Angela Lansbury, as well as Richard Condon's 1959 book by the same title -- upon which the 1962 version of the movie was very faithfully based. The means and control and programming portrayed in that book are more than likely." He also recommends you not bother with the remake starring the very talented, Denzel Washington, because it isn't faithful to the original book. But, do rent the movie with Sinatra if you haven't seen it. I absolutely believe the masses were skillfully manipulated by hypnotic trance into elevating Obama/Soetoro to literally Messiah status during his illegal run for president:
EAST POINT, Ga.—The day after Barack Obama was elected president, Larry Younginer knelt in front of the congregants at his suburban Atlanta church and offered a prayer of thanks. "Lord, we have again come to you in prayer, and you have heard our cries from heaven, and you have sent us again from the state called Illinois, a man called Barack to heal our land," said Younginer, a 62-year-old retired information systems worker at Coca Cola in Atlanta. "We pray that you will build a hedge around him that will protect him from those who would do him harm."
Go to the web site above and see the photos of Obama/Soetoro in photo ops with a halo behind his head. Read the comments below the photos and ask yourself: Have you ever seen anything like it before in a presidential race?
Make your enemy work for their own death while believing it's a good idea.
Let me also use this column to promote the audio and data CD titled 'Coping Strategies' for Warriors, Family Members and Professionals available from Patriot Outreach. That effort is spearheaded by Roy Masters. My husband is a Viet Nam veteran and has been in combat. While some veterans come home from the theater of operations they call war and do fine, many thousands of soldiers have a very difficult time when returning from combat and/or prolonged absence from their family, married or not. Military wives also experience depression and, yes, even though they love their husband, resentment due to long periods away. The emptiness, loneliness and stress of being without their life's partner (especially with children) is the cause of many divorces in our military.
Let me quote, David Kupelian, from Worldnetdaily who not only did a superb job in summing up Coping Strategies, their coverage has helped increase the number of CDs being made available:
"The "Coping Strategies" CD includes two parts: 1) an audio program called "Be Still and Know" – a state-of-the-art mindfulness exercise, which, as the Department of Veterans Affairs states, is recognized as a "benefit to trauma survivors" since it can "increase your ability to cope with difficult emotions, such as anxiety and depression," thus significantly enhancing the ability to handle stress. And 2) additional audio programs on overcoming stress, fear and pain, as well as field manuals, guidelines, DoD reports, articles and resources that are available on the computer data section of the CD.
"While the entire "Coping Strategies" multimedia CD, including "Be Still and Know," is available free to military, veterans and their families, it is also available to civilians for a small charge. The "Be Still and Know" exercise is also available as a download, free for the military, and at a nominal charge for the general public.
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"I reached the conclusion," said Harris, "that I didn't give a damn if I could prove it worked medically, because I know it works. Besides, it's so much better than what most of the soldiers are now getting – which is nothing."
The statistics for suicides in our military is unacceptable. Tens of thousands need help. Some seek it, others due to the usual reasons (embarrassment, fear of not being able to advance in their career) do not. Tragically, that can and does lead to the loss of so many. It doesn't have to end that way. Coping Strategies has been highly successful in helping deal with serious mental health issues and stopping even more loss of life. If you are active duty, retired, a government civilian, battlefield contractor (and their families) and need help, please, go to Patriot Outreach because they care (millions of us do, too). There is no cost to you. If you know an individual in the aforementioned categories that is struggling, help him/her by letting them know there is help available.
Listen to Roy's "Advice Line" Radio show on KDWN.com out of Las Vegas, NV. Monday through Friday between 9 and 11 PM Pacific.
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Devvy Kidd authored the booklets, Why A Bankrupt America and Blind Loyalty; 2 million copies sold. Devvy appears on radio shows all over the country. She left the Republican Party in 1996 and has been an independent voter ever since. Devvy isn't left, right or in the middle; she is a constitutionalist who believes in the supreme law of the land, not some political party.
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