by Justin Deschamps,
We live in a world where things are not what they seem. Most food is poison, education is mass indoctrination, politics is a corrupt beyond measure and the justice system breaks more lives than it restores.
You’re a legal slave.
The powers that be literally define the average person as a dead thing, a spiritually empty animal that is insane, incompetent and an enemy of the planet and most importantly, the elite. In this framework, you have no rights, you have no freedoms, you’re considered Chattel, animated dirt. The Vatican codified all this in a series of Papal Bulls beginning in 1302, claiming that all things are subject to the absolute authority of the Roman Pontiff. This lead to the Doctrine of Discovery, a collection of Ecclesiastical and Commercial documents that gave the right to conquest to other nations in the name of saving the souls therein from paganism and “ungodliness.” That insidious doctrine caused the destruction of native peoples all over the world (and continues to be used as a legal justification for modern day imperialism). The doctrine is still used today to deny Native Americans allodial title to their own land. This is just a taste of the corruption legal corruption. But don’t think for a moment that these legal activities are unimportant. Point of fact, if it wasn’t for the lawful/legal aspect of the slavery system, nothing else could take place.
What caused all this? Where did all this begin? What can we do to make things better?
It all starts with choice.
The solution to any problem always has to start with taking some kind of responsibility.
The first responsibility, gain awareness, educate yourself. The second responsibility, ask yourself what you can do, with your new found knowledge to improve the situation.
For myself, I asked a question:
What are the ultimate solutions to ALL these problems? Our world is being destroyed by deplorable business, industrial, and commercial practices. Chemicals are being sprayed from the sky in alarming numbers. Social media technology is destroying interpersonal relationships. Secret projects developed by DARPA and other unnamed organizations drain tax dollars to be used for developing advanced technology the people will never see or use. Again, just a taste of what’s wrong.
What’s the common thread? What umbrella solution can be developed to deal with everything?
Answering this question has been my focus for the past 6 years. I’ve studied the roots of what causes these problems, how programs are implemented at a lawful, legal, governmental and commercial level, and what solutions exist.
The answer comes down to 3 core areas as far as I can tell: Psychology, Law, and Philosophy.
Psychology is important because any solution always requires implementation in some social arena. A person who invents a machine to clean the worlds oceans can’t get it going unless they market or convince others of its value. In order to do that, they need to understand psychology, they need to learn how to persuade others particularly if they don’t already value taking care of the environment.
Law is important because it provides the rules for honorable conduct. Working within law ensures that you don’t hurt other people by making your solution a reality. But most importantly, with knowledge of law in hand, you can assert your rights to be a custodian of the earth and it’s people—a true sovereign—and if done properly, this will take the government’s right away to stop or enslave us. Ultimately, the entire control system rests on a lawful foundation. When we learn to claim our rights and develop a lawful/legal structure to protect them, we deny the powers that be the spiritual and consciousness energy they need. Law is, in this sense, the ultimate solution, along with being the master blueprint for creating a golden age society. That said, it’s restoring the true rule of law that is the key (we live in a color of law system, false law).
Philosophy is important because it’s the science of understanding. How do you know for sure your solution works? Because you can interpret the data properly. Interpretation, meaning analysis, is the gateway for all knowledge. Thus, with an active and mastered philosophy in hand, you essentially become lie/disinfo proof. You discern with greater and greater skill, and know reality at an intrinsic personal level, instead of resting on blind faith and belief. Without philosophy you can’t know for sure if something is really beneficial or not, you might resort to feelings alone. But emotions can’t be transmitted to others. Philosophy is needed to work with others, to form honorable contracts, because we need to get on the same page about what we’re working toward. Hence in communication, one must properly interpret what is said by another, a philosophic skill. And it’s the agency of philosophy that allows us to make contact with spiritual realities.
That was just a very brief overview of what I would argue are the three most important bodies of knowledge to help free the planet and keep it that way.
I gave a talk this year at Contact in the Desert entitled: Blueprint for a Better World Through Understanding ET Contact and Culture, linked below. I strongly suggest you take the time to review it as I go into much greater detail about why these subjects are so important, drawing upon ET cultures in support.
How do we work together? How do we ensure all our unique skill sets and passions can weave a tapestry of real and lasting change toward the light? I’ll give you a hint. Psychology allows to know ourselves, so we can better work with others. Law allows us to ensure we don’t harm others through our actions, while at the same time, providing a guide for perfect social interaction and cooperation. Philosophy is the ultimate tool for meaning interpretation, used constantly in social situations as we interpret what people say.
Social harmony and abundance are a natural byproducts of any group of individuals that is proficient in these three areas.
With love in hand, all obstacles can be overcome. With dedication to truth by our side, all challenges can be met. With wisdom and cooperation as our guide, all things that are possible will be made manifest.