The Living Force
Thank you all Chateau crew for yet another very informative session!
(Joe) I've got a few. First one is about Jordan Peterson. Was his illness last year a result of some kind of direct attack?
A: Of course. He is not fully aware.
Q: (Artemis) Did whatever attack him get ahold of him in some way?
A: As usual.
Q: (L) Well, 4th density. They beam them, make them weak and sick and break them down. They activate attackers to come against you. Wear you out...
A: Your program is good if combined with knowledge and awareness. Knowledge itself changes DNA.
A: Things will get worse before they get better. Stay alert and use knowledge!!!
I toured the Alamo about twenty years ago and remembered that the battle cry "Remember the Alamo!" was after the siege of the Alamo at the battle of San Jacinto - from Wikipedia:Thank you for the new session
Didn't the Texans lose that battle at the Alamo after a long struggle, but eventually win the war? Does this mean that the coming revolution will fail at first, but may be successful at the end?
Hubris and "wishful thinking" by the PTB of that time led to their defeat.Despite their losses at the Alamo, the Mexican army in Texas still outnumbered the Texian army by almost six to one. Santa Anna assumed that knowledge of the disparity in troop numbers and the fate of the Texian soldiers at the Alamo would quell the resistance, and that Texian soldiers would quickly leave the territory. News of the Alamo's fall had the opposite effect, and men flocked to join Houston's army. The New York Post editorialized that "had [Santa Anna] treated the vanquished with moderation and generosity, it would have been difficult if not impossible to awaken that general sympathy for the people of Texas which now impels so many adventurous and ardent spirits to throng to the aid of their brethren".
On the afternoon of April 21 the Texian army attacked Santa Anna's camp near Lynchburg Ferry. The Mexican army was taken by surprise, and the Battle of San Jacinto was essentially over after 18 minutes. During the fighting, many of the Texian soldiers repeatedly cried "Remember the Alamo!" as they slaughtered fleeing Mexican troops. Santa Anna was captured the following day, and reportedly told Houston: "That man may consider himself born to no common destiny who has conquered the Napoleon of the West. And now it remains for him to be generous to the vanquished." Houston replied, "You should have remembered that at the Alamo". Santa Anna's life was spared, and he was forced to order his troops out of Texas, ending Mexican control of the province and bestowing some legitimacy on the new republic.
Remember in Syria those ripple waves in the clouds were asked about in the sessions? The answer was (IIRC) that a thinned realm-border created a hole in Syria, where large dark 4D entities crossed over already.I can't find the session where it is mentioned, but didn't the C's say that very intense magnetic fields could open or allow the passage to another density? If I find it I will put it in another comment.
Also, not only does knowledge protect, it also provides the tastiest popcorn flavoring for this Greatest Show on Earth!Thank you very much for the session! So many fascinating questions and answers.
And it was good to be reminded once more of the importance of knowledge and how much it can do for us.
In the past we were told about human experiments: Lizzies trying to inhabit humans, but there was excessive bleeding, because the human bodies couldn't hold a Lizard's massive negativity. Maybe via this magnetizing & DNA mutations of people, the Lizzies can finally make a "D-Day landing" in the human population?