What is the difference between belief and knowing? Belief is accepting someone else’s words or explanation as truth, whereas knowing is having the experience yourself. Believing is giving your power away, knowing is empowering. When you have experienced something yourself – felt the physicality of it and the emotions that came with it – there is no doubt in your mind at all that it happened. Belief may have to be revised, if it for instance turns out that the person you believe has lied or twisted the truth. How can you ever be totally certain that they have told you the exact truth unless you have experienced it yourself? And how can we base our lives on someone else’s belief when we have never experienced what we are supposed to believe?
There are many examples of this in society. Teachers in school teach history for instance – a history which has been changed and coloured by those in power to leave them blameless of any wrongdoing. The teachers know no better than that the history books tell the truth, because that is what they were taught themselves, and so they teach their pupils what they believe to be the truth. Very little of what we have been taught now turns out to be the truth however. The second world war for instance was planned, manipulated and engineered by the cabal and funded by the US federal reserve, in an attempt to gain more power, money and for population control – something you won’t find in any of the history books, nor would many people even believe it if you were to tell them. Humanity has been used, abused and duped for centuries!
Then there is the mainstream media. The media has been owned, controlled and funded by governments and big business for centuries. The politicians and the CEO’s of big business are controlled by the cabal or even part of the cabal themselves. The media has been used to control how and what we think and believe and will only publish the stories that the cabal wants us to know, which are not only twisted in their favour so they look blameless, but also to make sure that we believe what they want us to believe. As so many people watch the television, they make sure that only those programs that they deem suitable are aired – programs that discourage independent thought. TV has been used for decades to dumb us down. News bulletins are biased and negative in the extreme – to control us with fear – and don’t include news that may make us want to fight for our rights. The peaceful Occupy movement for instance, has had very little – if any – coverage, and the protesters are ridiculed and made to look like a bunch of layabouts and upstarts who are out to cause riots and trouble. By forcefully evicting them – something which was covered extensively – they hope to make people side with the police, who are in fact doing the cabal’s dirty work, be it wittingly or unwittingly.
And then – last but not least – there is the system that has had control over what the masses believe for millennia. Religion has been one of the cabal’s most successful systems of control, through the misuse and abuse of truth and teachings brought to this world by spiritual masters like Yeshua. They made sure that the natural ways of living close to nature and the Earth, which had for instance been taught by the Druids, and which empowered people through their own personal experiences, was rooted out by force, replaced by their religious belief system, and enforced through fear.
It is not my intention to give these negative systems or the people who have used them for control over us any more energy than I already have, so I won’t go into this subject any deeper. What I’m hoping to do is open people’s minds to the fact that we don’t know anything for certain unless we’ve experienced it ourselves. Believing and following what other people have told us has put us in the position we are in today – our world needs drastic change if we want to survive. This drastic change can only come about if we start to follow our hearts and live by our own experiences, not by what others tell us. We need to empower ourselves, not give our power away to others. By mentioning religion, I’m not saying that you shouldn’t believe in God. What I am saying is that by searching for and finding your own experience of God in your heart, you will not need to believe – you will know what is true. And if your experience of God isn’t what you were always led to believe, but something much bigger, more loving and more All-encompassing than you ever thought possible, then no belief system will ever again have your power – it will be yours, and yours alone!