Jan 18, 2018
Recent media events brought the UFO and disclosure story back into the headlines, if only for a very brief moment.
Boiled down it goes something like this: a disgruntled Pentagon employee goes public about a secretive black-budget program that looks at the UFO/alien phenomenon as a potential threat, in the process discloses new UFO footage and other vague details about the government’s experience with ET’s.
“Mr. Elizondo, in his resignation letter of Oct. 4, said there was a need for more serious attention to “the many accounts from the Navy and other services of unusual aerial systems interfering with military weapon platforms and displaying beyond-next-generation capabilities.” He expressed his frustration with the limitations placed on the program, telling Mr. Mattis that “there remains a vital need to ascertain capability and intent of these phenomena for the benefit of the armed forces and the nation.” [Source]
The story doesn’t hold up too well under independent scrutiny, though, and top journalists and ET researchers have been quick to call this media event a CIA covert op aimed at twisting the narrative on an issue of critical fascination.
All in the News
The news cycle works in such a way that our perception of the world is greatly influenced by the sudden appearance of news items like this, how these items are framed, and then how quickly they disappear without follow-up.
A story hits all the major outlets with gale force, the pundits and spin doctors do their overnight magic, then the story disappears, leaving behind only the imprint, or the feeling it gave us.
This dramatically instructs our worldview on as issue without out ever fully informing us on the issue. Our reaction to it is thus distorted by a distorted picture. It’s called framing.
This is exceptionally relevant to the UFO conversation because the story is framed as threat and as an issue on which our knowledge and experience is limited.
It thereby omits broad accounts of contact and communication with alien races through altered and higher states of consciousness, such as telepathy, lucid dreaming, astral projection and astral travel, and meditation, as well as through the use of shamanic plant medicines, DMT and psilocybin containing mushrooms.
Terence McKenna spoke on this while asking the question, ‘are aliens the future us?‘ He explains how entheogens like DMT open up a type of telepathy of the soul, allowing one to transcend space and time and to re-emerge in the here and now with information about our situation on planet earth today.
The vast majority of human encounters with extra-terrestrial intelligences happen in the form of one-to-one communication, often initiated by highly empathic or intuitive people.
Communication in this context often cites alien races like the Plaideans, the Dogons, the Arcturians, and many others. Channelers demonstrate another form of conscious, positive contact, and there are volumes written about Seth, Bashar, Ashtar, and others who transmit wisdom to earthlings who’ve allowed themselves to be conduits.
James Gilliland of the organization Enlightened Contact with ExtraTerrestrial Intelligence (ECETI) has been having what he claims is open contact with ET’s for decades. Gilliland trains other to have ET contact, as does researcher Steven Greer, both of whom describe positive and enlightening experiences with extraterrestrials.
The Next Frontier in Human Consciousness
In this light, the extraterrestrial presence here on earth is the next frontier in the exploration of human consciousness.
Intuitive counselor Gigi Young explains how this perspective reframes the whole issue of disclosure, making it one of personal evolution rather than one of government control.
“When will governments disclose?
Like much of our experience here, we want to make disclosure an external event: files revealed, alien beings discussed and advanced tech released. The reality is that these are things that occur authentically **after** we reach a certain level of self awareness and cosmic connection ourselves and not a moment before.
Disclosure is actually a quantum leap of consciousness where in we deeply shift, begin to remember who we are, and then the external world flows with information to match.
The more that we clamour for governments to release files and “tell the truth” (Soft disclosure! Full disclosure! Medium disclosure! ) the more energy they can harvest from us and the more leverage they have to control the narrative. This includes aspects of the government that are actively pushing their distraction narratives in the New Age and Ufology, by the way.
These stories from the government/military/whistleblowers become crooked because there is no inner truth to hold them accountable; our intense external focus indicates that we are not looking inward and connecting with our own cosmic consciousness and capacity to remember.
We don’t need disclosure, we don’t need to be told who we are, we need to remember who we are. We need to play with our own capacities to journey beyond this world. We need to continue waking up and releasing dependancy on people to tell us who we are and what we are capable of.” ~ Gigi Young
Beings of Feeling
Humans are beings of feeling. We abandon our senses when emotional. Intuition is our guide when logic and reasoning come up short, and even the cutting edges of scientific endeavor are guided by that ‘gut feeling,’ a form of innate curiosity.
We also abandon ourselves to fear, which is the main currency of government control. And while it would be naive to presume that all alien beings were friendly, a continually evolving body of experience suggests that there are indeed benevolent extraterrestrials positively influencing the human race.
By Dylan Charles, Waking Times