The new Unknowncountry website was just about to be deployed when it was hacked and nearly destroyed. As it was on a hidden domain, it was not easy to find, but I do think that we are up against some people who really do not like the message I am delivering. That message could not be more clear: we are not alone, we have souls and how we live matters to us individually and to the place of mankind in the universe.
SOMEBODY really wants us to remain in the dark about that message. As to who, I won’t even speculate. I am not good at conspiracy theory. My only contribution would be that in the modern world, if you’re not paranoid, you’re not sane. Why do they want us to remain as one of the visitors once said to Betty Andreasson, "wandering in eternal darkness?"
My thoughts about this get back to some long, sweet evenings that Anne and I and Shirley MacLane spent together over dinner talking about how the darkness seeks to be delivered of the light. Empowered, joyous and vibrantly alive human beings are simply not wanted, not by that which inhabits the dark–whatever the hell it is.
Anne and I stand for the idea that the soul is real, there is a joyous life to be lived in the here and now and an afterlife that is devoted to ascension. Whatever is dark says no, we are soulless, powerless robots who should be interested in nothing more than the next fancy car or fat hamburger, and then die in ignorance.
I say that we were put here to look up, to find a place for ourselves in this great universe, and to seek toward ecstasy both as individuals as a species and as the inhabitants of this planet.
From the beginning, the visitors have been drawing me toward an understanding of this message and the goals that go with it. Fundamental to everything lis the ability to communicate. If we are going to continue to do that, we need you to give us another push. Help me. Click here to go to our GoFundMe page.
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