A quick recap of my trips to Hutchisons, Portland, and now Canada to see Gerard Morin. Commentary on some bitter attitudes going around. All is not lost. Humanity is great and will prevail over our evil nature and what we've done to this planet. Held up at the border.
Yesterday morning I awoke to a dream that really made me miss my family and want
to get back to them. I had been staying for a couple of days in Portland, OR,
where I'd been waiting for the green light to drive up and visit Gerard
Morin in B.C. Canada.
I got that green light yesterday. Despite being burned out from all the
attention and visitors he's been receiving in the past many days, and despite
having said he would take a break until January 6, relaxing for the holidays, he
invited me up, since I was nearby. So last night I drove the ~7 hours into
Canada where I spent the night last night.
Ironically, after all that, this morning I awoke to a very troubling dream
regarding Gerard. The "troubling" part didn't have to do with his
technology, though in my dream he was demonstrating the technology. Rather, it
had to do with personal things that I'll not get into, other than to say that
you all know that inventors can be quick eccentric; and that as humans we have
our ups and downs. I sent him an email this morning saying in part
I know your attitude isn't to destroy but to build.
However, it seems to me that you are overlooking all the great things emerging on the planet in preparation for a new heaven and new earth. All is not corrupt right now. The "remnant" are awakening and putting on strength to do their part to turn right-side-up what is up-side-down. There are many thousands of highly amazing people doing fantastic things on the planet right now -- as good leaven in the loaf.
You're not the only one. You're not alone.
I deeply appreciate your invitation for me to come see your technology demonstrated, even at a time when you are burned out and tired and want to take a break. I've driven all the way up here to take you up on your invitation, in honor of your hard work and good intentions to do good for the planet.
However, given your present level of tiredness, [...], I think it would be best if I just went ahead and went home to my family that I miss.
I wish you the best in your endeavors, and am very grateful that you have chosen to share your technology openly with the world. I hope it bears fruit well and has a far-reaching impact for good.
While in Portland, I was able to spend some quality time with New
Energy Movement (of which I am a board member) President, Joel Garbon, who
is involved in something great (not exotic FE, but health related) that they
plan to launch next month.
You may also be wondering how things are going with the Hutchisons and their
project. Let me just briefly say that I have a lot of respect for what they are
seeking to do, and am glad they are doing it. I wish them well.
If you feel inclined to get involved with them, boots on the ground, just be
aware that there is some pretty strong bitterness there regarding humanity.
According to Nancy, they're not doing what they're doing to save us humans, but
only for the animals and plants and other living things, which are worth saving.
Gerard's attitude is not much different.
So for the next couple of days, I'm going to be driving home.
I have great hope for humanity, and am confident that though things are going to
get yet worse before they get better, we have an astonishing future not far
Crazy Hold-Over at Canadian Border
Oh, one other thing I have to mention.
When I was crossing into Canada last night, I was detained at the border for
like an hour. Maybe it was because I had quite a bit of stuff in my van, having
brought enough with me when I left for Hutchison's last month to hang out for
maybe even a few months; and they saw that as a red flag with my saying I only
planned to be there for 1-3 days, though I mentioned I'd been doing some
travelling for a while.
When I went inside for "additional screening," I took my laptop with
me, in case I needed to access information they needed. The screener asked me if
I had any issues with law enforcement, looking as if I was supposed to give yes
as an answer, regarding something recent. I was pulled over earlier that day for
speeding, but certainly that would not have been a red flag. He then requested
that I leave my laptop there, and my car key, and to go sit down.
I don't know if Canada has similar parameters to what the US is supposed to
have, but that seemed like a violation of principles of freedom and innocence
until guilt is proven.
As I sat there puzzling, it dawned on me that my recent banishment
from all LDS properties might be the issue of relevance, so I went back up to
the counter to talk to the agent. He thanked me, and said something like,
"that helps" and "that explains things." Seeing that I had
an iPhone, he asked for that, too, and he asked for my computer password and my
cell phone password, then asked me to go sit down again. That definitely seemed
like a violation of privacy. I didn't balk, but I definitely was getting pissed
inside. This was so wrong.
He spent probably half an hour looking through my computer. Finally, he called
me up, gave me my stuff back, saying: "We're just checking to make sure you
are who you said you are and are doing what you said you are doing."
When I accessed my computer later that evening, I noticed that the default
search engine in Firefox had been change from Google to Yahoo. It made me wonder
if some kind of spyware or other tracking software had been installed.
What is this world coming to? How bad does tyranny have to get before people
wake up, turn to God, and seek deliverance?
I do a lot of international travel. I don't want to be impeded in my travels
because of some ridiculous thing that the Mormon Church made up about me. It
makes me want to make good on my threat that I might sue them for slander/libel.
"It is harder to crack a prejudice than an atom." // "I'd rather be an optimist and a fool than a pessimist and
right." -- Albert Einstein
ADVISORY: With any
technology, you take a high risk to invest significant time or money
unless (1) independent testing has thoroughly corroborated the
technology, (2) the group involved has intellectual rights to the
technology, and (3) the group has the ability to make a success of
truth passes through three stages:
First, it is ridiculed;
Second, it is violently opposed; and
Third, it is accepted as self-evident.
Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860)
"When you're one step ahead
of the crowd you're a genius.
When you're two steps ahead,
you're a crackpot."