The feeling of righteousness (can be wicked)

Reflections on what I have learned in five years since the first Q drop

Today is the fifth anniversary of the first Q drop, and “by coincidence” Twitter is being turned into a free speech platform at the same time. (Hint: there are no coincidences.) I look forward to the beginning of the reversal of the loss of free speech, and the exposure of many former associates as dangerous hypocrites who falsely claimed to be its defenders. I have endured painful hardship because you were only interested in defending speech you approved of personally and was socially condoned in your progressive milieu.

Back in 2018 I wrote on treason and text messages, and I would never had guessed it would be this long a wait for truth and justice. The treachery problem was far worse than any of us understood at the time. I encourage you to read the short third section titled “The ‘feeling of knowing’ is a useless guide”. That was what I was able perceive and state at that point, when my sense of self was very much located in my mind. The intervening years have given me opportunity and necessity to make spiritual progress, so I now see that there is another phenomenon worth naming.

Tyranny needs not only a false logic — the feeling of knowing — but also a false morality — the feeling of righteousness. This is a spiritual war where the evil enemy implants both a feeling of knowing and a feeling of righteousness into its victims, capturing all their mind and body energy into unholy ends. All of us have been programmed, split, and fractured to some degree by such cult-like forces; it’s called “culture” for a reason. The journey is to make ourselves whole again, and identify only with the spirit of All That There Is.

It is not easy, and nobody is above another in this spiritual quest for whole-I-ness.

One might even say WWG1WGA.

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Roughly how I feel today.

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Martin Geddes