Twitter informs me that political consultant Sabrina Shaeffer is now one of my followers. Who am I to be spouting off? Give a listen. It’s only a couple of weeks until the mid-term election.
“And God said, Let us make man in our image,” Genesis 1:26—and no other life in our human image on earth—and God gave we humans dominion over all other life, I’m not prone to think we evolved from other life on earth. I’m prone to think we humans are of a higher intelligence from elsewhere in the universe, life that is far older and more developed than life on earth. Why else would God say, “Let us make man in our image?”
The right to life, don’t you see, has nothing to do with might. Might represents the law of the jungle. I don’t think we humans are of the jungle. We are one of a kind. To be human is to use our intelligence to make laws. We’re not making intelligent laws. It doesn’t matter who we elect. After the fact, we must wise up.
Having said this, let me make clear that nothing I write is my thought. All of my thoughts come from what others more educated than I have thought. Thomas Jefferson, author of America’s Declaration of Independence, signed by America’s lawmakers on July 4, 1776, at risk of being hung, says, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” Note that nothing said or implied even hinted rights are government guaranteed. In fact, the Bill of Rights in America’s Constitution states clearly that the individual in America has rights and responsibilities.
Pray tell me how the right to health care ever came to be law, and more particularly, how private insurance came to be the same as tax, more tax for some, less for others, by order of the U.S. Supreme Court. Some get more insurance for less money, some pay more money for less insurance. The government sets the amounts. How does government know this to be fair? It cost billions and billions of dollars. It came into being behind closed doors. We get thousands and thousands of pages. Only then do we know what the makers and keepers of the law have done in secret.
Nothing in the U.S. Constitution, or in the Bible, guarantees a right to health care. Health care comes from the services of people who have to be paid for their services. By no stretch of the imagination can health care be a right. It is a government demand on the taxpayer—nothing more, nothing less—a demand that gives selected groups something that other selected groups are forced to pay. It is purely and simply the protection racket legalized. The majority of the American people are against “Affordable Health Care.” America doesn’t have representative government. America has tyranny. You elects tyrants.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt, in 1933, during America’s Great Depression, asserted that the Federal Government had the “inherent duty” to keep the American people from starvation—by ignoring the Constitution, admitted Roosevelt. His “New Deal” was a permanent unconstitutional fix. It passed constitutional muster by packing the Supreme Court with Judicial activists. Ever since, America’s makers and keepers of the law have taken it upon themselves to guarantee cradle to grave security—and this outrage ahead of the individual’s right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Consequently, they have painted themselves into a corner—all of them.
What to do? It is all imagery. God and heaven is imagery. A God of all cannot be in a place. All of them includes lawmakers, law keepers, and God’s vicars. All are political, all of them planting images in our non campus mentis heads. “What difference does it make?”
Well, let’s see. I assume that God is a state of consciousness. From this I create images. I imagine that no man can take my God-given rights, even if all of humanity disagrees. Under no circumstances does might ever make right. “I fear no evil,” said the shepherd.
What right do others have to the fruits of my labor? The “inherent duty” of government be damned! It’s pure crap! Government cannot know who should receive and who should pay? Oh, the government didn’t take anything from anyone but the very rich? They could afford to pay a little something to America’s “starving people.” Bull crap!
Government entitlement is totally political, an open invitation for wolves in sheep’s clothing to gut our rights. It began during the Great Depression in America—taking from the rich and giving to the poor. It progressed until all producers in America were paying in order that the politically favored could receive. If a brass monkey were running for political office, the vote would go to the brass monkey. Wolves have the image planted in American suckers’ minds of rights—as if Almighty God had ordered health care for deserving little hand-picked bunnies, God mindless of other people whose sweat is taken by force, leaving them without health care. Moreover, said wolves have lied, and lied, and lied, as if their lies will finally be turned into the truth. And if anyone of said wolves dares to call the hand of those liars, he gets thumbs down from all of his colleagues. What good does the vote do?
I imagine an internal God. I challenged the above named wolves—in court. Lo and behold, nary a court in the United States would hear me. I took the court record to the press. The press asked the United States how come? The United States was not able to answer. On the front page of The Palm Beach Post, the United States of America admitted to the world that it was mistaken; that is, the makers and keepers of America’s laws. If you think that admission changed anything, think again.
So I ask you, should the United States be the moral authority of the world? The United States is a super-power for one reason alone. It takes from producers and gives to non-producers. “What difference does it make?” Go ahead and vote for Hillary Clinton. She did a marvelous job as Secretary of State. Too bad about Benghazi, but what difference does it make now.
Getting back to imagery—what you see is an image—people used to see the earth flat and if you sailed far enough into the ocean you dropped off of earth. Earth was the center of the universe. That’s what we saw. And if we dared to see anything else the consequence was horrible. Throughout history, we humans have been controlled by fear, intimidation and harassment to see what authority wants us to see.
With this in mind, the United States admitted that it was mistaken on the amount of tax being taken for me. There was not a peep from anyone. It takes more than one blatant fraud to gain attention. Countless frauds are perpetrated that are never investigated.
I was content to leave well enough alone. The IRS wasn’t taking my property. At age 49, I was left standing when the music stopped. When everything should have gone wrong, everything went right; that is, for me. I acted. My dream came true. What does that say about a god in heaven? God helps those who help themselves. God does not indulge those who contribute their gold to some cause, like building a palace for the pope. A guy named Martin Luther didn’t like it. He established the Protestant Christian Church.
No, we are not government entitled, nor religiously entitled. If we’re human it is up to the individual. If you want to be a herd animal, then you will live like a herd animal, doing what the herd leader directs. Thank you for your help. I’m independent. I’m viewed by the all-heart folks as unfair. I’m agreeable. I go on the premise of the law based on reason and logic. Unfair or not, I won.
Without my knowing what has been taking place, science now has the answer for everything, the only question: how long will it take the world to know the field of all possibilities, the utmost reality, a universe of infinite possibility with which our minds are connected. I’m learning much on YouTube. If you want to know about the holographic universe, write it in the YouTube search and you will know about the holographic universe. You will “see” differently.
Reality is what we imagine it to be. We are each worlds unto ourselves, but inextricably connected with the whole. We can’t be outside. Ultimately, we are as one. If our own world clashes which the whole, we can have a problem. A couple of thousand years of continuing mistakes tells us the external does not work.
The universe is a fanaticism, a field of all possibilities—the utmost reality, consciousness. We have the privilege of limiting our conscious awareness to that of which we want to be aware. Internal Revenue Service knowingly made many “mistakes,” including not only overtaxing me but not sending my rightful refund. Their objective: to teach me not to mess with “the law.” Those hypocrites are messing with the law, and we know it. We won’t do anything about it out of fear. We are like scared little bunnies.
In 1933 President Roosevelt asserted that the Federal Government had the “inherent duty” to keep millions of Americans from starving—the Federal foot in our private doors, the horse before the cart, the opening of Pandora’s Box, the greatest fraud of all times: Federal Income Tax, “a mistake,” and alas America, “the Great Satin” in Washington, D.C. fiddle-farting a great nation away!
What did Lincoln say? We are a nation of the people, for the people? What about Hillary Clinton’s sweet little bunnies? The IRS, like the hated Nazi, has created an image to be feared. Oh dear! They so need me.
The latest science sees the universe as a kind of hologram, an image. I have my image. The IRS has its image. I have the law, the IRS a fraud. All the IRS could do was to say they made a mistake. Under the law, we are all equal. We read that and think otherwise. Why? The IRS can’t pass constitutional muster. The IRS is a piss ant! When caught red handed in their typical frauds against taxpayers, they admit they make mistakes. You are not going to get America’s courts to protect your taxpayer rights. Forget that idea. The President calls the IRS “impeccably” honest, and Congress plays a game of charades on America’s sweet little bunnies.
The universe is like a hologram, an image—what we see, a subjective picture, we can’t see an objective picture because there is no objective picture, just zillions of subjective pictures—wherever we are. What does that say?
The Course in Miracles puts it this way: “In a state apart from Heaven life is allusion, outside of Heaven, only the conflict of allusion stands: senseless, impossible, and beyond all reason.” Yes, indeed, we are creative. The IRS no bigger than you, the kingdom of God in you, welcome to the Age of Aquarius. Your wish is their command. Say goodbye to the IRS.
PS This picture of me at age two shows you that I’m ahead of my time. I’m holding an iPhone