Are All New Age Gurus Hoaxes?

Scotty said

Hey Tap, your comment –

…if so, Project Camelot, David Wilcock, David Icke and all are hoaxes.”

IS CORRECT.

They will reveal maybe 90% of the truth – it’s the 10% other stuff that is a LIE. That’s the important bit they want us to swallow.

They use language in a very clever way to deceive.

For example, watch Icke when he talks about WE who are destroying the planet, as in US – you and me. I don’t own an oil company or a large corporation, do you?

So, why use WE / US as opposed to naming those who are actually responsible?

Subtle, clever use of language – but of course the meaning is specific and very misleading and designed to make US ALL feel guilty about ‘global warming’ and ecological issues.
Another point I have to make is about the personalities involved.

The Christian researchers, I feel, are just far more credible individuals.

Would you trust Dr Stan Montieth over David Wilcock?

Of course.

How about Caryl Matrisciana, or Constance Cumby? Both obviously very astute women. Watch them giving lectures, read their books – then tell me you would honestly trust some of these New Age types over them.

Compare these Christian researchers to David Icke or David Wilcock – or maybe Bill, with his silly hat and his big ego from Project Camelot? They are all a bit ‘Mystic Meg’ !

Also, these New Age types are allowed to continue and are promoted, whereas many of the Christian researchers have been imprisoned or killed.
Bill Cooper, John Todd, Fritz Springmeier.

They must be upsetting someone…

Ιησοῦς Χριστός, Θεοῦ Υἱός, Σωτήρ

TAP – I know what you mean, but can the whole of Project Camelot’s whistleblower series be a complex deception about space, aliens and all other aspects?

Monteith has his feet on the ground, and explains the world without reference to aliens or space travel. He is still my favourite exponent.

I prefer to allow each of them to hold the floor, and allow events to remove doubts and suspicions. No one channel is perfect, and all are adding to the movement towards the freeing of humanity from the cartels, secret societies and criminals who control our world. It’s best not to seek perfection in human beings.

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10 Responses to “Are All New Age Gurus Hoaxes?”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I think we can use the word “hoax” too easily… and it becomes cliche.

    Yes, David Icke and David Wilcock… they get things wrong. Alex Jones – he gets things wrong. Tap gets things wrong.

    Doesn’t mean they are all hoaxers.

    Tap

    //That’s pretty much what Gordon Logan says, that all the alien stuff is disinformation. If so Project Camelot, David Wilcock, David Icke and all are hoaxes. //

    As you said, you are pulled both ways. I certainly wouldn’t discount the Alien stuff. Close to home, the crop circles are very hard to explain without advanced technology. If you deny the existence of aliens you have to find an explanation for things like crop circles. That isn’t as easy as it sounds, unless you indulge in hand waving.

    I think the subject of ETs is RIPE for disinformation. That is why we have to take it seriously.

  2. Anonymous says:

    That was me.

    – Me.

  3. Anonymous says:

    “It’s best not to seek perfection in human beings.”

    Indeed.

    What makes us stronger is learning from our imperfections. That’s the hard bit.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Scotty

    //The Christian researchers, I feel, are just far more credible individuals.//

    Is George Bush a credible individual because he says he’s Christian?

    You know them by their fruits. Chris White does good, interesting, useful work. He’s done an especially good critique on David Icke – which, if you remember, was not entirely hostile. Like the “new age” researchers though, he doesn’t get everything right.

    • GPracers says:

      Its hard to believe that 11 guys after watching their buddy Jesus get his ass kicked on the cross and buried, proofing he was not the Christ and just a fake and a fraud would sit around a camp fire and say hey “Let’s go steal the body, bury it in the hills, and start some new religion called Christianity”, “Oh, by the way, we will all need to die for this crazy lie we created and started and destroy our families lives as well” You might find a few crackpots in there but 11, that goes against human nature doesn’t it? People die all the time for what they believe and perceive to be a lie but you don’t find 11 people all willing to die for what they know to be a lie and bullshit. I just can’t believe that. The only explaination was he was an Alien and if that’s the case, what’s up with all the rules and the message he instructed us with. I’m sorry but if I’m going to follow a “One True God” religion, I’m going to have to go with the original because all the rest that followed seen like copycats like a chain of fast foods restaurants that followed Ray Croks McDonalds. Christianity makes much more sense then these New Age Gurus who keep telling us there is No God. The Truth is a very powerful force and I gave up a lot for seeking what I know to be True. -Gregory Pitchford

    • GPracers says:

      I need to clarify my words above. 11 people…ie Disciples of Christ, are not going to Start and Create a story they know to be a LIE and Deceipt and then all DIE for that lie. People Die all the time for what they believe to be True but ends up being False and a LIE. Occassionally you will find one or two nuts in a bunch…ie David Koresh at WACO and that nut down in Jonestown or San Diego but to assume that ALL 11 of the Disciples of Christ were crazy, founded a Lie and then died for it seems to me to be very unlikely. One of them would surely have broken and come clean and told the Romans who were toturing them to death at the time, the Real Story. Once that happened it would have been the biggest news in all of Rome and it would haved crushed the movement and ended it once and for all. That didn’t happen. Rome itself was crushed and overthrown by Christianity itself. Food fo Thought

  5. Anonymous says:

    //Christianity makes much more sense then these New Age Gurus who keep telling us there is No God. //

    I don’t think they all say that.

    Wilcock says some positive things about Christianity. Unlike Icke, whose position keeps changing, he recognises Jesus existed. His opinion is probably similar to yours, that he was an ET.

    I’m not convinced. As there is a God, God will be Lord of all humans, including those on other planets in the galaxy. Remember the existence of ETs and efficient inter-stellar presupposes a political area that is galactic in scope.

  6. Tapestry says:

    Rome wasn’t conquered by Christianity. Christianity was conquered by Rome. Christ was the prince of peace. He hated warfare and slavery as well as usury and financial exploitation. Yet all references to anti-war and anti-slavery were dropped by the Christianity adopted by Constantine. The original message was watered down to the point that Christ’s principal message was lost, and the empire that still enslaves us to this day, could carry on as it always had.

  7. Anonymous says:

    .. i think it’s funny that we think that we as human beings are the only living entity in this entire universe.. galaxy… space.. the universe is so large and massive …. endless … and yet we still think we’re the only ones around… ..

  8. Anonymous says:

    First the Christian authorities said the Earth was the centre of the universe and burnt anyone who disagreed; they also insisted the world was created around 6,000 years ago. In the last few hundred years, these stories have become untenable. The religion that has held sway over the Earth for the last 2,000 years is outdated. It worked as a metaphor before anyone knew any better. It has been patched up to try and bring it in line with scientific facts, but lets face it: the basic premise of the religion is that the Creator of the Universe became very interested in one race of one species on a planet on the outer rim of a solar system that was one of many in a local Galactic group in the Virgo supercluster in a group we call “Local Superclusters” in the centre of the known universe. When the first female of the species had disobeyed the Creator of the Universe, as a punishment, He cursed all females for eternity to have pain in childbirth. He whispered in the ear of one of these humans that he should kill his own son….then stopped him at the last minute… just to test his faith. The Creator of the Universee killed 70,000 innocent people because their King David had displeased him. He made special rules that the members of that race had to make regular blood sacrifices to Him to show their respect. Around 4 thousand Earth years later, the Creator of the Universe changed His Mind about the blood sacrifices, but rather than just order them to stop the sacrifices, the Creator of the Universe decided to incarnate as one of the special race of humans, then have himself tortured to death in order to pay off the blood debt to himself. And humans of every race on planet Earth 2,000 years later, who have been murdering each other for 2 millennia about this story, actually still believe it and think it makes more sense than other possibly far-fetched stories! Well they may like to consider the plank in their own eye before complaining about the speck in the eyes of others.

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