First, I would like to thank everyone who contributed to our GoFundMe! We have reached the goal, but if you want to do anything more, I am leaving the link up for another week or so. This is because we are going to have to rebuild the new site pretty much from the ground up. However, all the pieces of the jigsaw are in place, so it’s not going to take all that long–I hope!
The reason that more donations would be helpful is that an intrusion into the current site damaged its ability to process subscriptions. This means that when a subscription is suspended because the payment doesn’t work, the subscriber can continue to log in. Also, new subscriptions cannot be processed. (I might add here that no credit card data is stored on Unknowncountry, so credit card numbers have never been compromised by our site and never can be, as there are none there.)
The result of all this is that we are experiencing a serious decline in cash flow and continued donations are much appreciated.
I thought I’d go into a little more detail about what happened to the new site. For the first few months, the developer was very professional and skillful. He world efficiently and reliably. Then the following happened:
1. The site was essentially finished and ready to deploy. So I paid him the final payment in his contract.
2. I was immediately locked out of the site’s administration area. I protested this and was let back in.
3. The site was loaded with malware, so that as soon as you went to it, you were redirected to bogus sites.
4. I had the malware removed and the developer fixed the parts of the site that were broken.
5. For security reasons, I froze backup on one of the two backup systems on the site, so that I would have
a clean copy if needed.
5. Sure enough, I was once again locked out of the site and once again, the malware appeared.
6. I then decided that the developer was either a crook himself or that his own site was compromised.
7. I isolated him from the new site and started seeking help.
I have now had a fresh site created with the same level of security as major controversial news players like Fox and CNN and the BBC. If the new site is ever compromised again, it will have to be by a state player or a very sophisticated hacker. In any case, as before, no credit card data will be stored on the site, so there will be nothing for crooks to steal. However, I don’t think that this has ever been the problem. I think that we are dealing with either a state player or a sophisticated private hacker, or both, and that their agenda is not to steal anything, but to suppress my message and ruin me financially.
Years ago, I heard from an individual I had reason to believe that there was within the intelligence community a large group of people who believed that the visitors were demons. These were primarily Air Force Intelligence and CIA personnel, but others were involved, too. As recently as last year, a congressional committee supposedly cut off funding for research into materials because they didn’t want our scientists working on "demonic technology."
I was further told that many of these people believed that I was in league with these demons, and might even be one myself.
Of course, this is primitive, childish thinking that emerges out of the illusion that the universe is divided between good and evil, which it is not. This dualism is an invention of the human mind. The reality is that it is a very old, very complex and nuanced system that has evolved along with the unimaginably ancient consciousness that created it and sustains it–of which we are not just a part, but an important part.
There is a school in operation here, and every single one of us has the chance to enter it. It teaches soul coherence, which is the whole reason that intelligent life evolves in the first place. Our intelligence is what give us the potential to evolve our souls, and I am deeply involved in this. I am in the school and a big part of my purpose is to help others matriculate.
The idea that this is somehow evil and has anything to do with demons is nonsense. Because the visitors use friction as a means of enabling self-discovery, they are thought of as demonic. If you look into the eyes of an angel, you look into your deepest self at the same time, and if that depth is dark, then you are going to be afraid. More than anything, success in the visitors’ school is about accepting oneself.
So, I end up here: while I am reaching new levels of consciousness and gaining the ability to show others how to find the extraordinarily enriching path I am on, I am being dogged by frightened barbarians who have not the slightest idea what they are doing.
So be it. I didn’t sign on for an easy life. I knew what I was doing and I still do. Onward!