(Justin Deschamps) I think we have a great deal to be hopeful for, even happy about.
by Justin Deschamps, November 18th, 2020
While we haven’t seen mass arrests of deep state criminals, from my perspective, as someone who studies the foundations of the control system, the cabal network, the law, and the system of implicit and explicit agreements that are the basis of our social reality (civilization) we have dozens of signs of change—indeed change is on the horizon and the forces of goodness are making decisive advances forward.
D-Day was a decisive victory, but the war wasn’t over even though it was clear the Nazis were going to lose. Like the day after Normandy, much work is left to be done. In the last days of WWII, the totality of the Nazi war machine was in its last legs. The horrors of the Nazi occupation were revealed as Europe was being liberated. Similarly, the Cabal war machine is in tatters—they are making blunder after blunder—and horrors are being revealed (systemic fraud of elections). Like then, we are winning but the war is not over yet.
Furthermore, the objective is not to arrest criminals or release funds and forgive fraudulent debts from corrupt agreements—although this is coming. The objective is to prove to the billions of unaware, sleeping, or complacent masses that a problem exists (which is that the Cabal has power due to our collective lack of knowledge, wisdom, and care to use our sovereign rights to defend ourselves and the world). And most importantly, the objective is to show the world we the people are the solution to that problem—ETERNAL VIGILANCE.
If you measure the standards of success along with the preceding lines, then for the first time in living memory, the entrenched corruption of the Cabal (e.g. the Dominion voting manipulation that is actually part of a global system and has mainstream media/big tech participation) is being revealed writ large for the world to see. This is huge. This is no small development.
The corrupt forces in control of our world use public narrative and perception to control the masses (a global confidence game). The cornerstone of this mass perception control apparatus has been damaged and revealed via, what appears to be, the largest and most coordinated sting operation in history—with Trump as one of the central actors. This development will not only free the US, but every nation on earth that has suffered from despots and tyrants (for hundreds of years), due to an uneducated, inactive, and unaware public. This evolution of freedom is not being given to humanity, we are participating in it, a from the bottom up liberation effort.
The 2020 election, and the resulting fraud therein revealed, is a “storming of the beaches of Normandy” moment in this silent world war. Before we can enjoy the rewards of victory, we must finish the job.
This is a war between those who are brave enough to let the truth transform them and those who fear the truth due to a lifetime’s worth of pain, suffering, and trauma. The battle lines are drawn across every human heart, the battlefield exists within every human interaction, in our homes, our places of work, our markets, our neighborhoods—this is where the last days of this war will be fought.
The compassion flowing from a loving God, the Father of an entire universe of things and beings created through divine love, is our shield against bitterness and harsh judgment for those who have yet to see the truth with their own eyes.
As The Matrix films suffused in the minds of people everywhere: the very people we’re trying to free will fight us with everything they have in a Stockholm syndrome spasm of rage, similar to the fury that one expresses as a friend wakes them from a horrible nightmare.
The focus now, in my view are the people, who unwittingly went along with their cabal masters, the house slaves. They need to feel the pain of their bad choices so much so they finally take their power back and realize that for lasting freedom, peace, and prosperity to exist (a golden age or the kingdom of heaven on earth), we the people must defend that peace by our own choice, with our own hearts and minds, with our own blood, sweat, and tears—not for ourselves, but for our children and the future of this world.
The spoils of this great effort: suppressed technology and healthcare, the forgiveness of bogus debts and recognition of historic frauds, and the arrests of the Cabal and their cohorts will come in time. But not until we’re ready. I suspect that might not be for several months or years.
But we should not lose heart for the best is truly yet to come.
If moves are made too quickly, the masses—who are actually the core and key method by which the forces of darkness maintain their power—will go back to sleep and the Cabal will twist their minds and garner their participation in the world’s enslavement for another 1000 years.
Our task, in my opinion, as souls alive on earth at this time, is to think beyond ourselves. To realize that we came to this world not to seek our own freedom but to sacrifice the desire for an easy life for the gift of an eternal peace for ourselves and future generations if we form a culture of perpetual enlightenment, sovereignty, knowledge, and wisdom through the love of truth, each other, and the Creator of all things.
I would say, we are finally seeing the beginnings of this great and lasting transition now. But we cannot be successful if those who could be assets to this cause become disillusioned with the sheer reality of what the greatest mission and adventure of earth’s history demands.
I’m reminded of this prayer.
Prayer for Serenity
God, grant me the serenity
to accept the things I cannot change,
the courage to change the things I can,
and the wisdom to know the difference.
Living one day at a time,
enjoying one moment at a time;
accepting hardship as a pathway to peace;
taking, as Jesus did,
this sinful world as it is,
not as I would have it;
trusting that You will make all things right
if I surrender to Your will;
so that I may be reasonably happy in this life
and supremely happy with You forever in the next.
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About The Author
Justin Deschamps has been a truth seeker all his life, studying physics, psychology, law, philosophy, and spirituality, and working to weave these seemingly separate bodies of information into a holistic tapestry of ever-expanding knowledge. Justin is a student of all and a teacher to some, sharing what he has discovered with those who are ready and willing to take responsibility for making the world a better place. The goal of his work is to help himself and others become better truth-seekers, and in doing so, form a community of holistically minded individuals capable of creating world healing projects for the benefit of all life—what has been called The Great Work. Check out his project Stillness in the Storm to find some of his work. Follow on Twitter @justinstillness, Follow on Parler, Facebook Stillness in the Storm, and minds.com.
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Hope is not just an empty promise for a better life in defiance of the truth of our circumstances. Hope is the spiritual technique of faith in the Divine Creator, that all challenges exist to further the evolution of the soul. Hope is what enables the human mind, limited by time and tempered by space, to reach for an ideal future that is in harmony with the truth yet manifested. If God truly exists, and he is loving, good, just and beautiful, then as humans, we are challenged to accept the imperfection of this world and muster our courage to believe we can use the knowledge of wisdom, the knowledge of God’s will, to play our part in making the world a better place. Hope in this sense, is not a passive blind faith in a random chance that what we seek will fall into our laps. Hope is more truly the recognition that if we dare to believe in the goodness of all things, and play our part to act in accordance with the unfoldment of that goodness, the salvation from hardship we seek will present itself, by and through our participation.
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