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The intellect is a great tool, but it is, at the same time, just a tool. A person can use the intellect to evaluate information and decide that destruction of life is a reasonable action, if it contributes to a desired end goal. Intellect doesn’t need to have a heart. Therein is the big difference between intellect and intuition, or the heart. To proceed with vision is to use intuition.

A few days ago we made it through the 13th anniversary of an intentional trauma perpetrated upon the world. The buildup to 9/11 was as usual, with one fear message on top of another. But the day itself and the days that have followed are different from in the past. Just like the taboo against criticizing Israel fell, so has the taboo against questioning the 9/11 story.

Questions are swirling around and one hardly ever hears about hijackers with box-cutters. It seems the truth is gaining ground and the official story is sounding more and more nonsensical. Mention a hijacker’s passport, found on a pile of pulverized concrete and marble and steel, and people laugh, “They should have made the building out of passports.”

So, bless the human beings of the US for engaging in the truth battle. And bless the human beings of the world who ditched the story some time ago. It seems not a good time for the matrix, as the ‘towers exploding’ imagery is losing its effectiveness as a trauma trigger. Before long that image will mean something else

The intellect is a great tool, but it is, at the same time, just a tool. A person can use the intellect to evaluate information and decide that destruction of life is a reasonable action, if it contributes to a desired end goal. Intellect doesn’t need to have a heart. Therein is the big difference between intellect and intuition, or the heart. To proceed with vision is to use intuition.

A few days ago we made it through the 13th anniversary of an intentional trauma perpetrated upon the world. The buildup to 9/11 was as usual, with one fear message on top of another. But the day itself and the days that have followed are different from in the past. Just like the taboo against criticizing Israel fell, so has the taboo against questioning the 9/11 story.

Questions are swirling around and one hardly ever hears about hijackers with box-cutters. It seems the truth is gaining ground and the official story is sounding more and more nonsensical. Mention a hijacker’s passport, found on a pile of pulverized concrete and marble and steel, and people laugh, “They should have made the building out of passports.”

So, bless the human beings of the US for engaging in the truth battle. And bless the human beings of the world who ditched the story some time ago. It seems not a good time for the matrix, as the ‘towers exploding’ imagery is losing its effectiveness as a trauma trigger. Before long that image will mean something else


About the Author

Ida Lawrence is an author, blogger, copywriter and editor based in Atlanta, Georgia. She has contributed to and edited two books on racial justice and human rights, and numerous articles on human rights, self-empowerment and related subjects. Her latest book is entitled The Warrior’s Way to Heaven on Earth. Ida has also published a companion book of blog favorites from http://talk2momz./.

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