Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Grays, Reptilians and Annunaki

I've been debating all day whether to write this or not and finally decided, what the hey... most people think I am crazy anyway.
What is my position on grays, Annunaki, Reptilians and the rest of the things that go bump in the night?
I have a really long association with the grays and it isn't a friendly, dating back to 1957 in Texas. My father was familiar with them and didn't want to talk about it. Mom never wanted to talk about anything but one instance I remember in Oklahoma, she was clearly involved. I am very glad they have decided to leave me alone but that may be more due to the fact the infamous mind control no longer works on me and I can break the paralysis.
I had a hard time wrapping my head around the Reptilians. I read one account where a woman saw a government leader at a lecture turn into one and was scared out of her wits. It was discounted as he has a skin disease that makes him appear to have scales. Well, I know people with that skin disease and no one has ever mistaken them for a lizard and at the distance she was purportedly sitting from him, she couldn't have told if he had the disease even with abnormal eyesight. It simply isn't that visible at a distance.
Then one morning, I bi-located. Bi-location is when you are in two locations at once and they superimpose over each other. I do this infrequently because it is very disorientating. I would prefer to mind or astral project. Anyway, I was suddenly looking at a Reptilian female walking straight at me. I am not afraid of anything. I mean that. I do not experience fear but I was scared to death. I knew I was going to die a bloody and painful death. I understand why that woman was so scared. It is in your genes. If you ever see one, you are going to be scared to death. The first thing I noticed was she didn't look like any picture or illustration of a Reptilian I have ever seen. The second thing was she wasn't built like a human. The forearms were shortened and the hands were at least 50% longer than a humans with talons. Yup, I was going to die and I began plotting how do the most damage before I went. Imagine my surprise when she walked right through me. That was when I noticed the hallway I was looking down was not my white one, but a dark gray metallic hall and I had the impression I was somewhere on the moon. It was really cold outside of where she was.
The thing is, you are not going to understand the Reptilian mind. They strictly follow orders. They have no ambition or creativity. Whatever job they are born to, they are perfectly content to stay there. They never ever think about doing anything else. They ask no questions. They are the perfect soldiers and I had the distinct impression she was several times stronger than I have ever been, perfectly capable of tearing my limbs off without breaking a sweat. She was definitely a meat eater and I felt like prey.
Now for the Annunaki, a race I have never actually met. There is just too much evidence to discount their existence. The question is whether we were designed as a slave race to mine the planet for gold.
There is no doubt we have a slave mentality. We are more herd animals than lone wolves. Independent thought and creativity is something most human have little of and the more civilized, the less we seem to want to think or create. Give us tech and we turn into vegetables. We start wanting everything the same so we don't have to think. That is a slave mentality very much like the Reptilians. This led me to conclude that it was highly possible the Annunaki created the Reptilians. If they made multiple visits here, one could have been during the age of the dinosaurs and the raptors could easily be the ancestors of the Reptilian I saw. Since they made such good little soldiers, they may have taken some home with them.
There are a few interesting inconsistencies in mythology. Although it clearly states the God(s) made man in their image, man had no problem at all telling an angel from any other human stranger. The crossbreed of a human and angel was said to be highly variable and often a monster. If you crossbreed a Persian cat and Siamese cat you still get a cat. Something's a little fishy that crossbreeding the creature you created in your image with your other relatives produces highly variable monsters and suggests the God(s) do not look like us. If we are to believe the pictures carved by the Egyptians and the Sumerians, the God(s) were pretty ugly. If we look at the pictures of the Indian God(s) we see some that are beautiful, but they are blue or black (colors we are not) and androgynous. Others appear animal like, as do some of the Egyptian deities. At least we can be sure, they had a lot of body hair.
But what about the gold thing. There is no good explanation of where gold comes from. Earth is loaded with the stuff. It really is everywhere in some quantity. The other planets show no sign of it. If it were raining from the skies, you would think it had hit the other planets, too.
I like to look at things from out of the box. Take our dependence on oil. Are we really dependent on it? There is another way to look at this. We are using oil as fast as we can pump it. Wouldn't it make sense to save some of it? Shouldn't we designate what it is used for, like our medicines and things it shouldn't be wasted on like those chemtrail flights that use thousands of gallons an hour? If it is strictly a money thing, why Frack? Fracking is only profitable the first year and the life expectancy of the area is 3 years or less. In the long run, it costs more than it produces. Why would you bother? If you step out of the box, it looks like what we are trying to do is exactly what the Middle Eastern countries have accused us of doing. We are trying to use up every drop of oil on the planet. Perhaps I can put that better. We are trying to get rid of every drop of oil on the planet.
There is a passage in an Egyptian papyrus where the king of one city is begging another king to send him some gold because the gold is so plentiful in that city it coats everything, even the buildings, people and roads. Remember all those stories of golden cities like El Dorado? These stories exist in every culture and here a king in his plea is describing just such a city. There is so much gold how can it be valuable unless it has a use we don't know about.
And then the question arises, what happened to it?
What if gold actually grows like the alchemists were always attempting? What if this seed gold takes some base metal that is everywhere and eats it, turning it into gold to the untrained eye? So, imagine you seeded the planet with this gold seed and you return a few thousand years later to harvest your crop. The first thing you discover is the earth wasn't as geostable in this backwoods as you thought it was. Venus is now a planet, we have a moon, a planet is missing and in pieces and Mars really got smacked. You have to mine the gold because it has been buried by volcanoes, earth quakes and storms.
So you set up to do just that after you create a disposable work force.
It doesn't make sense to feed and house a work force for mining over an interstellar or even planetary jump. Food, water and people take up space and space craft are not as big as the SciFi movies portray. They have to be maneuverable.
One other little thing about gold you should know is you don't just pick it up out of a cave. It has to be smelted and removed from the rock through a relatively complex process. I didn't know that either. The odds are any primitive people, like we are supposed to have been, would have gone for metals that are easier to find and use like copper or even silver. They would have left gold alone.
So what happened to all the gold? Why did it disappear? Did they arrive with huge vacuum cleaners and suck it all up? I think it is simpler than that. They struck oil and oil is poisonous to whatever grows gold. As soon as they can get rid of all the oil, the gold will start growing again even if it requires reseeding.
All they will need is a healthy, strong, young workforce for mining and I do believe if you take a careful look at how the weak, ill, disabled and elderly, even middle aged, are being phased out of work and how your current crop of humans really only has about 10 years of good health in them, although they can now breed before they reach their physical peak for hard labor (breed at 10 -12 and physical peak at 15-16) you will see it isn't a conspiracy. It's a business plan.
Don't you just love it when a plan comes together?

Sunday, October 5, 2014

So you can do it cheaper......

“Oh, I can make that at home. Why should I pay you ten dollars for it?”
Those words are the bane of every crafter and artist in the universe and then we all gather later and laugh our lower posteriors off at the goober.

It is my sage opinion that craft stores should put on free craft fairs for their customers to sell things and give every one of them at least $50.00 for showing up to exhibit.


Because you can do it yourself cheaper..... sure you can.

I was musing about that last night as I cussed the company that sold me the earring kits and, as usual, managed to leave a component out of one of the kits. In this case, it was a needed green bicone crystal. Green is the hardest color to come by and I wound up substituting an expensive Swarovski crystal. Someone is getting a deal on pumpkin earrings if they look closely.

There is one important sentence in the jewelry kits; tools not included. They forgot to say; skill not included. They also forgot to mention they leave things out and it is never the cheap part of which they give you an extra one and that if you mess up, well, you now need pieces that aren't in the kit.

So............. Let's look at the real cost of a pair of earring.

First, it takes three tools to make the earrings and one of them is available for under $10.00 dollars, but you have to find El Cheapo with perfectly aligned jaws and it will last about 3 pairs that way you get to buy another El Cheapo. Eventually, if you keep making anything, you will buy the $30.00 tool that works and lasts. So for argument's sake, you just spent $30.00 on tools to make a $10.00 pair of earrings.

Now, you might be getting something made from a kit because that is the easiest way and the cheapest way to buy the parts if you don't want to make at least twenty of an item. Since your crafter buys these kits in quantity to save money, you have to have at least 4 other people who want one of these or you get to throw the kits away. Then again, you might need to make a half dozen to get one half way decent pair of earrings. Kits are notorious for having the cheapest components which means your wires and jump rings are the thickest and the hardest to manipulate which means once again, you really need skill to put them together.

How do I know? Well, there are techniques and the hardest thing to make is a loop. Yes, you read that right. I am talking about the stupid little loops that abound in everything. I finally paid $30.00 for a class because like golf and tennis, you can't learn the technique from Utube or a book. Someone needs to take your hand and wrist and guide you through the process. I know because after years, yes years, of lopsided, wrong sized loops, I almost cried when I made my first perfect one, with my teacher holding my hand every step of the way. A hundred loops later, I can make one on my own! The next fun thing to learn is crimping. I AM NOT GOING THERE!

Oh, and speaking of those free videos..... Have you ever noticed the person is selling you classes, DVD's or books, who is making them? Now why would they tell you the secret on a free Internet video if they expected to sell you something? They figure after you buy the tool, you'll spring for the DVD to learn the real trick.

Now let's consider you are going to copy the artist's design and make your own earrings. You will have at least 3 beads in the earring. They don't come by the bead. You have to buy a whole string and since we buy at gem shows, the minimum purchase is $100.00 to get beads at a minimum of $10.00 a string if they are cheap. The real mineral ones can be $50.00 string or more. Then you need ear wires, T wires, O wires, spacers and jump rings. You don't buy those one at a time even at the craft store and you are looking at $2.49 a package. Now, do you want to do the math?

Better buy that pair from the artist because there is no way you are making them as cheap as they are selling them.

And why should the craft stores give us $50.00 each just to show up with crafts? Because some fool is going to spend $100.00 trying to make the item! That fool is going to be one of you who just read this.

How do you think I got into this business?