Truth is singular, even if its seems at times very elusive. Truth can be multi-layered offering nuanced exoteric and esoteric life lessons but truth does not betray its nature. While truth is commonly defined as conformity to fact, conformity is subjugation to the paradigm, consensus or forced dogma, but facts are narrow in scope and bear scant witness to the integrity and totality of truth. Truth, more accurately includes completeness and integrity itself. It is authentic in its connection to Source.
We are unique as individuals with no two of us sharing exactly the same point of view. It is a misuse of not only language, but the purpose of language to communicate and create, when a person says “This is my truth” instead of “This is how I see this from my point of view” or better yet, “This is my opinion.” Discerning truth from multiple points of view enriches our understanding of how truth impacts and informs us. Demanding that truth is arbitrary encourages the acceptance of falsehood. Defining the truth subjectively according to tradition, belief or the advantage it gives to one individual or group over another only gives power to manipulation and the lie. The current cultural redefinition of truth as subjective undermines our ability to communicate with one another and encourages division. Discernment of truth requires a clarity of definitions that establishes both boundaries and common agreement.
Truth is also like an onion, having many layers of understanding. This is not a contradiction to singularity as I see it, but a deepening or enrichment of our relationship with understanding the truth. Relationship or relativity to a truth is still only a limited and subjective reflection of experience, but not understanding of the clarity and purity of truth.
Belief is an act of faith that creates a bridge between what we feel certain about and what we trust is true. Trust, to take this a step further, is that willingness to accept the integrity of another as unshakable, honorable and true. Trust implies a vulnerability or risk that is weighed as minimal by the bonds of integrity and truth.
What we know with certainty takes us back to truth. With all of its layers, our relationship with truth moves through and past our points of view only to be challenged by new data, the elimination of prior beliefs or by alterations to our perceptions of reality until what we know is pared down to the intuitive wisdom at the core of consciousness. That is truth.
As we moved from early childhood, we were taught to see the world through the eyes of our parents, our religions, our cultures and the social norms of the mass media. Creative imaginations and insights of children are often profound but ill-fitting in the mechanistic and material view of our world. We will need to reconsider what we have been taught and perhaps begin to reclaim some of the wisdom and deeper knowing that is our true heritage; the wisdom of our souls.
We’ve all had those moments when we were witness to an event that changed our lives and demanded an examination of what we believed to be unchangeable and true. Now we are witnessing the exponential increase of such events and find ourselves daily challenged to understand who we really are within a changing matrix of reality.
To give you a personal illustration, as a child in 1963, my evaluation of what was possible in the world changed drastically when news of the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy spread across the playground and we were ushered into our classrooms.
We mourned at home in front of our television sets as we watched the riderless horse in the funeral parade and we watched John John salute this father’s passing casket. Then we watched the murder of Bobby, and Martin Luther King and we watched daily events in the civil rights movement and in the Viet Nam war replayed over and over with explanatory narration from each of the networks. We became entranced by the network news and held it in high esteem as the Fourth Estate; the official arbiter of truth.
We watched as the Apollo Astronauts declared “The Eagle has landed”. Our world was becoming smaller as our view from the heavens essentially globalized our image of ourselves. Our individual worth and purpose was being redefined. We watched our own story being told, a narrative that we willingly conformed to, even if parts of the narrative may not have been true.
Many of us were getting our own children ready for school on the morning of 9/11; the news of a plane hitting the first tower running capturing our attention. Then a second plane hit the second tower and a deliberate attack was taking place, effectively right in front of our eyes.
By now, Columbine had happened and the image of teenagers escaping from their classrooms was etched into our minds. We had begun witnessing what has become a series of massacres on American soil.
Those of us whose consciences felt the “wrongness” inherent in the official narratives of the Kennedy assassination felt that same sense of dissonance at the official narrative of 9/11. The preponderance of alternative theories, many very well researched and documented, even if they are not in agreement with one another are a testament to those who seek the truth and to the integrity of conscience in the human soul.
Few now believe the official narrative of the assassination of JFK. Many question the determination of the 9/11 Commission that took us into a series of wars. The Hegelian Dialectic has become a recognizable pattern in the engineering of public opinion. Formulaic patterns have even become apparent in the series of massacres at Sandy Hook, Boston, and too many places to include in this list, all flying in the face of the official narrative and the credibility of the once trusted main stream media.
Personal discernment of the truth always requires the ability to see and understand something from more than one exclusive point of view. The story of the blind men and the elephant comes to mind. Each could only infer the truth from a compartmentalized fact and therefore from a limited point of view, so none of them could comprehend the nature what was presented before them. None of them intuited the obvious.
A well-honed intuition is integral to discerning truth. Developing the intuition requires a good deal of practice and testing if, like so many of us, the intuitive nature has long since been dismissed or even discouraged. We do well to remember how intuitive women were burned as witches. Living in the age of mechanistic materialism, even as materialism slides into the quantum, still demands that we separate our guesses, our fantasies and our desires from that whisper that still gets our attention in times of crisis or deep in prayer or meditation.
When we seek to discern truth, we must be able to trust the certainty of our conscience. It is our conscience that recognizes the false premise, the religious lie, the authoritarian falsehood and the political deception…all on a level beyond both logic and institutional programming. It knows the truth that awakens and heals the wounded ego, as the healthy ego is tasked with establishing and protecting healthy sovereign boundaries. Intuition is the voice of the unalienable consciousness, beyond belief and beyond time.
We are watching the disclosure of corruption on unprecedented scales. Our knowledge, our history, the definition of who we are as people, nations and individual has all been adulterated by those who gain favor from the lie. Religions have been politically weaponized. The Deep State corruption of finance and governance can no longer hide behind the facades of politics and power.
We are embarking on the discernment and the disclosure of the truth. Legacy media and indoctrination center education has exposed the manipulation of our premises toward cognitive dissonance and acceptance of the lie. Alternative media and the discernment of individuals with another point of view is the natural and necessary remedy to the void left by self-referential consensus propaganda. When the watchdog of the Fourth Estate becomes the lapdog of corruption, it is vital for all of us to discern and disclose the truth so that the intention of sovereign integrity can be restored. We need to think for ourselves and be skeptical of every spoon-fed narrative.
Skepticism is an invaluable tool when held in balance with intuition. Honing the intuition requires no small amount of discernment between the voices of doubt and fear and the integrity of deep intuition. Being able to call bull on our fears goes a long way toward hearing the truthful knowledge of intuition.
Overcoming levels of culturally embedded programming requires the kind of skepticism that accepts no premise as true on face value but intuits what the true premise should be. Discerning the truth of premise and then recognizing that premise as an underlying pattern is like seeing clearly for the first time. What is false becomes more obvious. Purpose becomes clear. Follow the truth and seek the wisdom therein.
Our points of view have never been more divergent from one another. Our manipulation by cultures, religions and media has never been more diabolically contrived and weaponized. Our food, our air, our water are all modified and anti-human. We live in an ocean of electromagnetic frequencies that create illness and discord. We are witnessing the culmination and acceleration of the lie, the ultimate illusion that has been perpetrated to either control us en-total or to force us to truly and honestly realize who we are. What we dissonantly held as truths of this world seem to be tearing apart at the seams, but it is only the false premises that are being torn away from truth and from the disclosure of Source.
Truth has been elusive only because we have been distracted from its presence. Deception has been the virtual reality charged with either our demise or with our ultimate birth. There are likely many layers or levels, holographic dimensions and seemingly virtual realities to overcome, but if there is a singularity in time and being toward which we are all hurling, it is still the intuitive knowledge at the core of consciousness. It is truth.