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I am whatever YOU think I am until YOU get to KNOW me. This is true for everyone else too, of course.. so don't make assumptions about anyone or pass judgment; ask questions. You might just make a new friend.


Sunday, March 24, 2013


Being ‘religious’ is a blessing! Being part of any religion is to sell yourself, and purpose in life short! Religions are a box, and have a lid on the possibilities that are available for you who are courageous enough to fly to the heights of consciousness where the mysteries of life, and love are stored. Until you escape from the box of any religion, or denial of the spiritual, you are a slave to ‘dead men’s words that have nothing to do with ‘god’ or godliness but to subjugate you to the guilt, and fears that you conjure up all around you. To be religious is a beautiful thing - being part of a religion endlessly is ugly given the alternative of following blissfulness.

To be religious to me means to find enjoyment in love and life. Let religiousness be a thankfulness to being in existence with it’s opportunities of love, joy, laughter, and the ability to grow in consciousness. It leaves one in awe, and with the desire to give back in gratefulness to all of life and love.

God would have committed suicide if s/he had seen the ‘holy scriptures’ allegedly written by him just out of embarrassment. Religions are dogmatic with threats of eternal hell if seen stepping outside of the ‘box’ of their dictums. You must ‘believe’ in their scriptures and have faith that they are ‘God’s word’. I am against belief and faith where one has the possibility of ‘knowing’. It won’t be long before someone comes out with a ‘pill’ that allows one to ‘believe’. To know must be from your own experience. Only the ‘blind’ believes there is light - those who can see - know. If you are blind - then believe there is light.

Why be tethered to the chains of a claimed holy man who didn’t even write what is in the scriptures, let alone having credible evidence that he even existed. Of course, millions, billions, have belief and faith in what hundreds of men have put into writing with no consultation with the alleged source as to what he spoke. People are gullible and blithering idiots to at some point not ‘look beyond’. The ‘takeover’ of the human mind is easy when the people are too busy to challenge the incredible inconsistencies with the ‘intelligence’ of a god who knows everything.

Be your own generating station! ‘Believe’, if you must, while looking for the real answers, and have faith that they are there, but not until you personally know! That’s gratitude for the ‘godliness’ of life given you! Is there a greater sin than betraying yourself, and stopping short of available knowing, with ‘believing’? Knowing comes from the power of truth within. Why stop at ‘believing’?


"The face of water is beautiful, but it is not good to sleepon."Afrikan (Ashanti) Proverb


About The Movie:

Former U.S. Army Ranger Mike Banning (Gerard Butler) is now a Secret Service agent assigned to head the Presidential Detail. He maintains a personal, friendly relationship with President Benjamin Asher (Aaron Eckhart), First Lady Margaret Asher (Ashley Judd), and particularly their son Connor Asher (Finley Jacobsen). On a drive from Camp David on the snowy night of December 22, 2010, the car transporting the President and First Lady crashes; Banning saves Benjamin, but Margaret dies.

Eighteen months later, Banning works at the Treasury Department within eyesight of the White House, and wants to return to being a Secret Service agent on the Presidential detail, but Asher does not allow this as Banning brings up memories of the night Margaret died. During a meeting at the White House on July 5, 2012 between Asher and the South Korean Prime Minister, a Korean group leads a guerrilla attack against the White House. The assailants include an airplane attack against Washington D.C. by a stolen USAF AC-130 gunship, land forces disguised as citizens which initiate a car bomb attack, traitors within the security detail of the South Korean Prime Minister, and the current head of the Prime Minister's Detail, Dave Forbes (Dylan McDermott), who reveals himself to be a traitor. The assault ends with the Koreans capturing the White House and holding the President and several top officials hostage in the White House bunker, where they kill the South Korean Prime Minister. Agent Roma (Cole Hauser) informs Lynne Jacobs (Angela Bassett), the head of the Secret Service, that "Olympus has fallen" before being killed.


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