The Consortium, the Quorum, the alien interface, depicted in 'romantic' fiction - what the heck?!

iamthatis

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Just finished The Other Side of Midnight. If the other series like The Billionaire Banker described the emotions and culture of the human elite at the level of the consortium, The Other Side of Midnight (TOSOM) seems to portray 4D STS or perhaps those humans who live underground with STS 4D endowed with 4D characteristics because of their proximity. The act of living off of humans, is depicted as consuming blood in this novel, although the connection of 4D STS living off negative human emotions for people of this forum can be easily made. The main character, Rocco, is Prince of this dark world and he is repulsed by the world he comes from. He wants his race to end. His race is literally rotting out of their bodies because of their level of entropy. Underneath wigs are boils and the stench of rotting flesh. Those who hunt humans and put them into torturous situations for their adrenaline (shades of adrenochrome) are rotting the fastest. Also an interesting tidbit is that the Vampires can put thoughts into the heads of humans to sway their decisions and actions.

The Vampires keep humans in underground towns but they present as soulless. They extract blood from them in exchange for easy living and safety. How to get to this underground base and how it looks from the outside, is something like how Skinwalker Ranch is portrayed.

There is a prophecy that only the other main character, Autumn, who is a human and an innocent, can save this dying race of Vampires/4D STS by allowing Rocco to drink her blood. Won't give away the ending, but it the end love does conquer all and the Rocco's family dies a painful death until he takes pity on their pain.


What this book made me think about is "what about those humans who live with/interact with 4D STS?" Those who live underground and perhaps have never see the surface of the earth.

From Session 17 August 2003:

I'm guessing that by Sargon in the transcripts, it's Sargon of Akkad. Akkadian Empire - Wikipedia
Can't say that I know too much about Sargon. But this bit about his tale certainly sounds like the tale of Moses:

Sargon of Akkad defeated and captured Lugal-zage-si in the Battle of Uruk and conquered his empire. The earliest records in the Akkadian language date to the time of Sargon. Sargon was claimed to be the son of La'ibum or Itti-Bel, a humble gardener, and possibly a hierodule, or priestess to Ishtar or Inanna. One legend related to Sargon in Assyrian times says that



Hmm sounds odd. What does changeling mean in this context? Did his mother hail from Nephalim/different stock? Does anyone know if there is a connection between Sargon of Akkad and Akhenaten? I'll have to do some more digging.

I was thinking that "deep level punctuator" also sounds like a description of what a comet does. Punctuated change is another way of describing catastrophism, periods of relative stability, 'punctuated' by massive change, as opposed to the gradualism of the uniformitarian model. It could be that social punctuators like the Rothschilds show up 'on time', as catalysts, prior to cosmic punctuators.
 

latulipenoire

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Hello all!
I finished reading the first 3 books of the Lana/Blake saga and I'm currently reading Laura's book FPTM, and I found an interesting connection regarding the reversal of hierarchies discussed in FPTM and the exposure of the actions of the elite as shown in Carre's books.
In other words, the difference between the Pauline/Mark interpretation of the importance of service to others and the ruthlessness displayed by Blake's family and associates. Quoting Laura:

The question is explicitly one of status in a Christian context. Again, Jesus reverses the normal hierarchy, explicitly that of Gentile rulers - the emperors - and places those who serve others at the top in the world of spirit, the Kingdom of God.
Location 13754, FPTM Kindle Edition
 

Mikkael

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Yesterday evening, right after finnishing the fifth book of Billionaire Banker series I felt chilled to the bone. It's definitely not easy read, but these new insights into the dark nature of our reality are worth of invested time. Today, in some moments between my daily tasks I have noticed a new expanded awareness, when looking at the world passing by, like looking at the world through new lenses.

I feel like taking a break from the series and resume with historic romance for a bit to lighten up. I wonder how far in time goes ancestry of those thirteen families who are ruling the world, while serving the dark side. My guess is, that it is at least as early as rise of Christian churches, or even Jews as far as exile in Babylon. Years ago, I used to feel anger, that living in society where nearly everything is upside down, that I was cheated of my birthright to live just normal life full of love. Now, when reading this books I just look and see the fate of ignorant under the rule of predators. It's chilling but I can bear it. We live in darko world, hopefully making it through stronger and wiser in love.
 

Anthony

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I feel like taking a break from the series and resume with historic romance for a bit to lighten up.

That's also what I did after finishing the fifth book.

My guess is, that it is at least as early as rise of Christian churches, or even Jews as far as exile in Babylon. Years ago, I used to feel anger, that living in society where nearly everything is upside down, that I was cheated of my birthright to live just normal life full of love. Now, when reading this books I just look and see the fate of ignorant under the rule of predators. It's chilling but I can bear it. We live in darko world, hopefully making it through stronger and wiser in love.

It's good to learn that it's not all darkness, like in the yin yang symbol, there is both darkness and light, and we can choose what sort of influences we want to align ourselves with.
 

Laura

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Yesterday evening, right after finnishing the fifth book of Billionaire Banker series I felt chilled to the bone. It's definitely not easy read, but these new insights into the dark nature of our reality are worth of invested time. Today, in some moments between my daily tasks I have noticed a new expanded awareness, when looking at the world passing by, like looking at the world through new lenses.

I feel like taking a break from the series and resume with historic romance for a bit to lighten up. I wonder how far in time goes ancestry of those thirteen families who are ruling the world, while serving the dark side. My guess is, that it is at least as early as rise of Christian churches, or even Jews as far as exile in Babylon. Years ago, I used to feel anger, that living in society where nearly everything is upside down, that I was cheated of my birthright to live just normal life full of love. Now, when reading this books I just look and see the fate of ignorant under the rule of predators. It's chilling but I can bear it. We live in darko world, hopefully making it through stronger and wiser in love.

That is pretty much the effect the series had on me. It's one thing to know it theoretically, intellectually, but something else to engage the scenario with activated emotional center. And that, of course, was the point of the exercise. I notice that some people didn't get that at all; there are none so blind as those who will not see.
 

XPan

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It is when it starts to sink in deeper - it hits you...

I am still only in the beginning of the fifth book... But there have been moments as of lately (between reading) when I step outdoors among people - but with this weird sense of duality; on one hand you see everything like you used to (and believed in) - and it still looks so convincing and (relatively) "innocent"... while on the other hand, there is this deep invisible, dark order which governs the world with hostile, cruel kind of alien character - totally different from anything one once thought, how the world is structured... Every time this sinks in deeper, anew, I really feel weird.

The Books are chilling, and in between I get a series of chocks - then it takes a while for me to process, trying to integrate that. It has the effect creating a thicker, mental armor, at the same trying to exercise to stay connected to a big, wise heart. (it all get's a bit... wobbly at times)

We do live strange times.
 

flashgordonv

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That is pretty much the effect the series had on me. It's one thing to know it theoretically, intellectually, but something else to engage the scenario with activated emotional center. And that, of course, was the point of the exercise. I notice that some people didn't get that at all; there are none so blind as those who will not see.

Finished the series. I found I became somewhat immune to the wild sex scenes after a while, and noticed the recurring formula the author was using. A powerful series which carefully dispensed knowledge of how the elite operate scattered among the distraction of a constant background of hot sex.
 

Andrian

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I've finished reading the novels related to the PTB'S dark agenda they're trying to implement worldwide. The books are like small puzzle pieces that when put together gives one a glimpse at what the 4D STS and their 3D minions have in mind for the humanity for a long period of time considering that we've reached the end of a grand cycle.

Throughout the books we discover that the free will indeed is the most important law in all existence (thanks to the C's input), that everyone of us are choosing the path we want to follow, being it the STO or the STS path, both paths balancing each other, serving as a learning purpose for the souls who have chosen to follow the said path.

The beautiful thing is that, thanks to Laura's work, to the assistance of the C's and to this reading project one understands that in the end all there is are lessons, the Universe being a school, that All is One and One is All and everyone chooses to follow the STO or the STS path according to their nature, for the sake of the experience the said path provides. In the end, it doesn't matter the path you've chosen to follow, all we are returning back to the source so to say once we've completed our soul progress journey and then it starts all over again. The entire existence being an infinite, never ending show and we are the protagonists of this show.

Currently the STS beings, being masters of deception are trying desperately to have the majority of humanity's compliance by their own free will, it doesn't matter if the said compliance is being achieved through coercion, intimidation tactics, fear mongering and other dirty tricks, the 4d and 3d STS are able to pull out all these dirty tricks since the nature of the reality we're inhabiting is of an STS nature, under the influence of the STS center of existence.

What the STS beings are trying to achieve by putting pressure on others through various tyrannical tactics is the amalgamation process of the souls on this planet that the C's mentioned in a recent session, me thinks.

And it makes complete sense considering the fact that the free will is the most important law in all existence, in order for the STS beings to control a soul they need to achieve the soul's compliance by his own free will, the soul must accept to be dominated by others, it doesn't matter if the domination process is being achieved through lies, coercion, fear mongering.

This is my current perception of this great show that is taking place on our BBM. And yeah, we are part of it, everyone one of us playing an important role in determining the outcome of the final act of the show and the future of our beautiful planet and her inhabitants.

So just relax, be true to your true nature, fear nothing and enjoy the show while being wise as serpents and gentle as doves, applying strategic enclosure the max.

I must say that recently by learning to live by the above principle I've been blessed by the DCM to find and maintain a certain inner peace that helps me to keep my witts together and navigate the madness more serenely.

Now back to reading the last three books from the recommended dark novels.
 

Mari

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I´ve read the first 3 books and caught up with the thread (at least posts that don't have spoilers from books I haven't read so far :-) ).
The books are not that bad in terms of writing, written in easy language and can be read pretty fast.
I won't go into the story telling, but put down some general thoughts I had so far...

First; it irritated me that it was written mostly from Lana´s point of view, plus it´s written as a series.
I guess I'm spoiled with romance novels.... ;-)

Second; interesting is that we were just reading about Ira in the Wave workshop and now it nicely overlapped with these books. And reading about Victoria and from Victoria's point of view - boy, was that a full circle into the mind of a psychopathic personality.

That and Blake´s descriptions of his childhood traumas (you know what I'm talking about, I couldn't sleep after I´ve read that stuff) made me also think about the role of Greenbaum and how he said that particular initiation is for lower classes.

That made me think that when one grows up in a purely STS world and is given "special education" and "special discipline/upbringing methods'', as the ones that Blake was describing so far, one is shaped from birth in an STS mindset.
This families also intermarry in trying to secure this psychopathyc genes... all interrelated....
When growing up like that, probably no additional programming (like Greenbaum) or initiation is needed?
On the other hand, lower classes have to be initiated - they had more contact to the world and different shaped moral standards - standards shaped by normal people.
That's why they have this horrible initiation part and probably more (plus some Greenbaum or similar) where one has to twist their moral standards and all the traces of STO potential are cut of from those people by various "initiation" techniques and in that way they submit their will to the STS.
It was horrible to read it "first hand", especially that particular scene during Blake and Lana´s intercourse, I thought I´d throw up... Such a creepy, horrible, life, devoted from love and gentle human touch....

The third point; about engaging in the bedding scenes.
Well, in romance novels thread, there are a couple of books that are quite explicit in descriptions; i.e. Marquess of Mayhem is the first that comes to my mind, but a lot of them, which are not written by Balogh or Gracie, have some really detailed scenes.
I find that in these books (so this first trilogy I've read so far) it goes on a few occasions a several levels up, but it is mostly stuff one might also read before, only here you have it in much much more quantity - but not in a quality as in romance novels.
In romances, there is a whole bouquet of emotions that are described and it gets you in the story and in the emotion.
Here on the other hand, after a while I kind of read them automatically.

Since the author doesn´t engage so deeply into emotions on the same level as in other romances but stick to some physical sensations, I tend to "switch" in the same mindset that I would have when changing a battery on an alarm clock - just disconnect and read a pure mechanic of it. I get shocked or surprised and move on, but it helps not to emotionally engage.
There are a couple of really heavy moments in those scenes and by skipping them I would miss some quite crucial points, so I´m using all my arsenal to go through it.

Also, since the premise of the story IS about a woman who sells herself to a guy and is written for the mass market, I think one shouldn´t have delusions on what the main contest of the books will be. So, I accepted that, expecting that there will be a lot of bedding, put a mental note that Laura said not to engage and put myself in "fixing the clock" mode.
It´s not easy at all, but, well...

Anyway, off to the next book...
 

iamthatis

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In these books, the relationships (if they can be called that) start off totally devoid of love, or even basic care, and are written in a possessive, objectifying, predatory sexual tone. But then there is an incredible 'flip' that happens in the books. It's almost like a magnetic reversal. The physical desire sparks a fire that begins to shed light on and burn away the falseness - love shows up and starts changing the script.

It strikes me as analogous to the 'flip' with the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which was designed as a possessive, objectifying, predatory mind-control weapon, but then mutated into a vector for free will.

These books are definitely bleak in their depictions of global evil, and very graphic in terms of sex. But in so being, I think they do accurately describe this world-moment dominated by Predator's Mind. And because of their realism, they can gain more easily gain access this world's quite pornographic sexual scripts in the reader's mind. Not to mention the infatuation with material wealth. And then the stories invite the reader to engage in an alchemical process - even there, in that context! It sure is an impressive rescue mission the author has signed up for. Right to the frontlines.

The dark nihilism of the social setting and the characters in the books makes for an even greater contrast, and even more striking 'aha!' moment, when the Spirit arrives. Yet somehow, maybe because of Le Carre's consistent realism, it doesn't come off as totally implausible.

And so although these stories don't often have the eloquence, charm, and warmth of the Regency books we've been reading, maybe they are kind of 'microcosm for the possible'. They tell of an almost 180 degree flip in polarity from STS to STO, and one can extrapolate out from there, and see the possibility of alchemical change in many 'impossible' circumstances. Even in our bleak, nihilistic timeline!
 

aragorn

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Ca a week ago I finished reading The Other Side of Midnight, so I've now read all the 8 first books of the series. I don't have that much to add to what has been said already, but I thought that The Other Side of Midnight was the author's best so far – the quality of writing and story telling was captivating. I think I'm gonna take a break now from this series and go back reading Laura's latest (half way through that).

A side note, and off topic: my son has been reading a book series called the 'Legend series' by author Marie Lu. As he kept telling about the things in those books I got so intrigued that I had to start reading the first one. The things he told me were so similar with what is happening right now around the world! In short, it's a dystopian series where the world is devastated by a orchestrated plague that the controlling elite use for controlling people in a very ruthless manner. Lu's style of writing is very good, I'd say, and at least the first one that I'm almost through now, is a real page turner! I recommend checking it out, just for 'fun'.

Link (1st book): Legend (LEGEND Trilogy Book 1) - Kindle edition by Lu, Marie. Children Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.
 

avia

Padawan Learner
It is when it starts to sink in deeper - it hits you...

I am still only in the beginning of the fifth book... But there have been moments as of lately (between reading) when I step outdoors among people - but with this weird sense of duality; on one hand you see everything like you used to (and believed in) - and it still looks so convincing and (relatively) "innocent"... while on the other hand, there is this deep invisible, dark order which governs the world with hostile, cruel kind of alien character - totally different from anything one once thought, how the world is structured... Every time this sinks in deeper, anew, I really feel weird.

The Books are chilling, and in between I get a series of chocks - then it takes a while for me to process, trying to integrate that. It has the effect creating a thicker, mental armor, at the same trying to exercise to stay connected to a big, wise heart. (it all get's a bit... wobbly at times)

We do live strange times.
Hi XPan, this observation is an aside from the thread topic. I notice you use the word "chock" in place of the word "shock". I'm a native English speaker, so my brain corrects chock into shock, but someone who isn't may end up confused by your useage. Especially if they use a translator!

While "shock" has multiple meanings in English, depending on the context "chock" only has one. "A wedge shaped block used to prevent forward motion of wheels". Chocks are used to stop planes, every airport has them.

Shocks, by definition are traumatic. Although the books may have "stopped you in your tracks"(chocked you), it's because the information is shocking (traumatic).

I actually find your useage charming and quirky, like when Australians call chickens "chooks". I know what you mean, but it still sounds kinda funny!

And yes, we live in strange times indeed!
 

iamthatis

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So there's mention of 'The Alliance', and also an allusion to one of their projects, in The Russian Billionaire. What's the probability that something like that actually exists? Another thought - what's the probability that something like the Belt and Road Initiative is a project of The Consortium alone?
 

Mari

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Rocco and Autumn´s story left me choking and shedding tears.
What I´ve noticed, again, is how hard I really cry and how hard it is for me to cry reading romances.
It's one of the programs of not to show such weakness and being afraid to be mocked.
My father regularly looked at my mother at the end of some movie and waited so he could laugh at her when she would cry for a happy ending. Then he would look at me and say: Don't say you are about to cry as well!!??
This is obviously so deeply rooted in me, so I´m actually stopping myself from crying a lot of times.
It hit me hard as I was finishing this story, and after the first tears fell down I immediately looked around if someone was watching.
I hope that by reading these novels (from both projects) I´ll be able to get over that...
Only once I openly sobbed - that was with James and Madeline´s story; it must have hit some button...

Anyway, Rocco and Autumn´s story was tense, but also beautiful and full of hope for them in the end. I liked that the author didn't go more than necessary into supernatural stuff and she focused on the story itself.
I choked and tears fell when their souls united again and when Rocco was finally free.

This story and The Beast story were the best I've read (so far) in this dark romances section.

My eyes went watery all through the end of The Beast story and I was genuinely glad, I actually smug, when Thorne arranged Chelsea´s grandfather to be killed in the prison. I felt quilt then and that I'm a horrible person, how I'm supposed to be glad about someone´s death and actually like the person who arranged that, but it gave me such a satisfaction to know that beast - the real beast in the book - was dead.
And her sick mother - that was totally horrible what she's done to Chelsea. I couldn't believe what I was reading and was shocked and sick of the realization.

Maybe also a point to catch through these books is to see that, in the end, the difference between nature born psychopath and "created one" is very small one - in the end they are unfortunately the same...

I´ve noticed that Victoria's mother was also reading romance novels the whole time. To think about the woman who has a devil incarnate for a husband (as Blake´s mother Helena said, how he "fully embraced the El") and a psychopath for a daughter, those novels were probably her only link to humanity in her world. Maybe she also knew what we know? :-)
And indeed, she did warn Lana and was generally a positive person in the saga, osit.

The revelations in these books about the order of our world and how the secret games of the gods are played are fascinating to read, but what I find more fascinating are messages of how battle of good and evil is always through us and how each of us can be a light in the darkness with acts of faith and goodness.
I hope that people who are not aware or who don't believe in this picture of the world can at least pick up those messages of light and act upon them.
 

seek10

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That is pretty much the effect the series had on me. It's one thing to know it theoretically, intellectually, but something else to engage the scenario with activated emotional center. And that, of course, was the point of the exercise. I notice that some people didn't get that at all; there are none so blind as those who will not see.
while I was reading the revelation of Blake's parents in Love' sacrifice, I was shocked for the depth of allegiance these ruling families has. It looked there is no end to it. This also makes sense why these ruling families does the same( what they do themselves - willing slaves/sacrificing their children to their god for power) to the general population in the form of CIA experimentation on innocents, vaccine agenda and general population through the corporate products.

We are familiar to so-called conspiracies and general understanding of black magic, mechanicalness, programming and What C's said about corruption of genes when the consciousness jump is inevitable and how hierarchy uses various forms of hooks to keep rulers in check. Blake's mother's justification ( purity of genes) for protecting his son looked weird but it did gave some happy ending.

"Hello Father" message to the Thorne at the end of Blackmailed by Beast is chilling.

These novels give certain dimension to these characters which were absent before. I guess it is like looking at a house in pictures (2D) vs actually visiting them ( 3D in physical terms and its experience being in the environment).
 
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