Dan Kenneth Pamplona

Dan Kenneth Pamplona

Like all of the wise philosophers of the past, I have come to the conclusion that the more I know, the more I realize I know nothing, except that truth is a path we travel, not a destination to arrive at, and is always, always beyond your feeble five senses' capability to fully comprehend. Through this journey I've come to realize that politics is useless, especially now at this stage of the great cycle of ages, when ignorance and materialism are so imbued in our culture that we have been enslaved even though we proclaim our glorious and eternal freedom. It's “the end of history”.

For me, my journey has taken me beyond the political, beyond the materialism and the ignorance, and into the spiritual. It no longer matters to me who my so-called “rulers” are, for only I rule myself. I realize that for the truth aware we usually feel we have an obligation to tell the truth to the mob, even though they hate us for it, but with all that's happened, and as close as we are to the abyss, the way I see it, if you're not aware yet, or at least on the path to awareness, no amount of ranting from me or anyone else is going to make any sense to you at this point.

Still, events are taking place, shifts and alignments are occurring, paradigms are shattering, that will create unimaginable suffering, both physically and spiritually, for probably the overwhelming majority of humanity. Those of us who know cannot allow this to happen without doing everything in our power to make the truth available to those who choose to see it.If you've traversed part one without fear of seeing what you see, the inevitable question that arises is: what do we now do about it all?