The Nerve of Frida Kahlo

“Kahlo wasn’t an “outsider” artist in the sense that her pictures were not made during a period when she was institutionalized, nor were they the product of a person who suffered severe emotional or social incapacities. But she is kin to outsider artists in that art-making for her was a solace. It was a way to say to herself and to her world, in the face of literally crushing blows, “I am still here.”‘

Grand Strategy of the Reptilians

“The Grand Strategy of the reptilians has been to divide and conquer the human race by exploiting inherent vulnerabilities and weaknesses within us. I know this is a bitter pill to have to swallow but we must be mature enough to look the facts in the eye and not allow ourselves to be held in perpetual spiritual bondage by our own ignorance and wishful thinking. The strategy of divide and conquer manifest itself both in our personal lives and on a global macrocosmic scale.

We have been subjected to a long-term process of genetic and soul matrix manipulation. The human life span has been artificially shortened to facilitate the recycling of our souls for purposes known only to the reptilians who see the human race as a resource…

What we are involved in is nothing less than all out spiritual warfare on a cosmic and multidimensional scale. What is at stake are our very souls. We can either choose to break out of this state of spiritual bondage and spiritual enslavement or we can be recycled once again and our descendants will have to start all over from scratch with little of no understanding of what has gone on before.”

Ancient World Mysteries Decoded. The Esoteric Knowledge of a Lost Age.

“In the modern age there is a growing realization that those of the ancient world were in possession of a knowledge far more advanced than one would expect, challenging that most axiomatic assumption that the further back in time we go, the less knowledge man held.

Indeed, the very remnants of such civilizations, the most noted of which include the Egyptians, Britons, Hindus, and the Maya to name but a few, puzzle the mind.”