By Anna Von Reitz
I keep getting reports that President Trump and his advisors use "Looking Glass" and all these people keep mindlessly repeating the phrase, "Future proves past."
And that's rubbish.
Looking Glass is a magic trick worthy of Hogwarts Middle School, and if you let it, it will show you anything you like along any number of timelines. But it's still just a magic trick, and a particularly dangerous one at that. Men are not meant to use such a device, precisely because they are beguiled by it, and led astray by it.
Future does not prove past, because there is only one moment and that moment is called "Now".
Until everyone fully, thoroughly, and without doubt knows this with certainty, the "relative delusions" of "a" past and "a" future will continue to muddy things up and cause no end of problems.
Our existence and our only time and our only power is right now.
Breathe in. That is inspiration.
Breathe out. That is expiration.
It's a mini-lifecycle, a fractal of life. So be inspired and choose life and choose to live it now, entirely in this moment, because that is all there is and all there has ever been: one clear and shining moment.
When you realize this fully you will stop being distracted by what you perceive as "the" past and stop worrying about "the" future, and you certainly won't be fooled by any kid's games like the Looking Glass and plan National Strategic Policy around it.
Each one of us has the power to change both the past and the future, simply by thinking about it.
Strange, but true.
So, let's get busy rewriting not the number of days, but the content of days.
Let there be only life and love and truth in our moment.
I repeat -- just as money is a kid's game gone horribly wrong, so is the Looking Glass a kid's game with the potential to ensnare and entrain the visual creative power of men to serve ugliness and sin.
Don't believe me? Believe Harry Potter, who more often than not gets the magic stories right. There's a brief encounter with Looking Glass technology recounted in one of the Harry Potter books quite early on, where Harry finds the Fatal Mirror in storage and starts getting quite lost in it, before Aldous Dumbledore snaps him out of it.
Well, I hate to think that I have a bunch of Generals and Admirals committing the same basic mistake, but if they believe in money, what other chestnuts will they take?
There was a planned invasion of a most diabolical kind underway, but, it has been intercepted.
The "Black Rock of Light" -- a giant slab of magnetized iron installed at the United Nations in 1953 and programmed like an unimaginably large magnetic disk, has suffered a permanent malfunction.
The ancient Saturn Monument known as Stonehenge -- which makes its own weather and can modulate an incredible range of frequencies -- has been disabled.
So, if you think that "future proves past" and you are ready to go around parroting that, think again.
Those few moments exercised as "now" have drastically changed all of that, disconnected the mechanisms, and thwarted the command centers and dragged the satellites out of their positions and melted the entire Saturnine grid.
If I had one handy, I'd slap on a big "happy smile" Emoticon and add it to this message--- the world is being made new in spite of the Liars and the Grifters and the Con Men and the Tricksters. In spite of Black Rocks and Looking Glasses.