We Will All Be Held Accountable

For a long time, I felt some degree of empathy/sympathy for those who aren’t seeing the encroaching tyranny and are accepting it without a hint of questioning or push back…even welcoming it. A friend of ours who is a professor at a world class university indicated that I was unwelcome because I had not been vaccinated. Vaccine mandates and other restrictions for the unvaccinated? No problem for this person. At this point, we need to call it what it is…willful ignorance. All the information is available for those who want to see it.

I don’t think there are any more excuses. I agree with the spirit of Dr. Peter McCullough’s recent statement but applied more broadly to the entire COVID narrative:

“To hold on to the position of denying compassionate care to patients, and to create fear, suffering, hospitalization, and death is immoral. It’s unethical and in civil court, it’s illegal. And all of you will be hunted. Every single one of you listening right now will be hunted and justice will be served. These are considered crimes against humanity.”

Either in this life or in the next, we will all be held accountable for what we did and didn’t do.

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Mark Skidmore is Professor of Economics at Michigan State University where he holds the Morris Chair in State and Local Government Finance and Policy. His research focuses on topics in public finance, regional economics, and the economics of natural disasters. Mark created the Lighthouse Economics website and blog to share economic research and information relevant for navigating tumultuous times.

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  1. Once upon a time, when you and Catherine were visiting Toronto Canada to talk with a group, we talked about several things. One of those things was The Kolbrin, Wisdom Of The Ages:

    “I am the Unknown God veiled from man by man’s mortal limitations”. – The Kolbrin, Wisdom Of The Ages, The Book Of Gleanings, Chapter Fifteen, The Voice Of God.
    “Behold, in the days to come Truth shall be unfolded to all peoples, revealed in a degree and manner which will accord with their needs and capabilities. It will be passed on from generation to generation and from man to man. The purity of its flame will accord with the quality of the oil of spirituality with which it is fed and replenished; hence there will be many differing degrees of purity and revelation. The food which one man enjoys may sit heavily on the stomach of another, yet it would be foolish to say that the food enjoyed by one should become the food for all. So it is with the spiritual things which men believe”.

    “I will not send prophets, nor will I appoint spokesmen, but such will arise through their own efforts and enter into conscious union with Me. They will point the way, which will be followed by the spiritually sturdy, but others less strong in spirit must take a slower path, and many will advance only by faith and service, by justice and kindness towards others”.

    The spark of divinity in man generates inspiring dreams which will ever lure him onwards and upward, yet the road is long, the journey wearying and often unpleasant. Man has unnecessarily encumbered himself, he has shrouded his spirit under a winding sheet of early passions. With his Great Eye blinded by indulgence in vice and his spirit corroded by corruption, his fallible senses only are left to him, and these deceive him into believing the mortal vehicle is his total being. Affliction and decay are now the lot of man and he has passed into a long, dark night of ignorance. Now only by journeying the long and painful road of earthly experience can his soul be cleansed and awakened to the realisation of the glory within him”. – The Kolbrin, Wisdom Of The Ages, The Book Of Gleanings, Chapter Two, Eloma.
    “The Leader of the Light cried out, “O Great God, what can I do, how shall your servants be saved? What shall be done unto those who have profaned Your sacred shrines? What can I do to turn back the rising waters of iniquity and temper the wild winds of wickedness? How can the black cloud of ignorance be lifted? What shall be the just reward for those who have slain the faithful? “The voice coming forth by the Spirit of God said, “Concern yourself not with those who have persecuted you, leave them to follow the path of their own choice. Vengeance is with Me, I will measure without stint. Justice never sleeps and never forgets, the reward of the wicked awaits them. In the Hall of No Hiding Place justice will speak the final word.” – The Kolbrin, Wisdom Of The Ages, The Book Of Manuscripts Incorporating The Treasury Of Life, Chapter Thirty-Four, The Annexed Scroll 2.
    “If a man fixes his attention wholly upon one goal or one thing for his own selfish purpose, as if it were an independent, al unrelated to others, thing, then he moves in darkness of ignorance. If he undertakes a task with a confused mind, not considering the outcome or where it will lead him, or the harm it may do to others or himself, then it is an undertaking of evil. There is a wisdom which knows when to go and when to stay, when to speak and when to remain silent, what is to be done and what is to be left undone. It knows, too, the limitations set by fear and by courage, what constitutes bondage and what freedom. This is the wisdom I have placed at the disposal of man, if he would but seek true wisdom of the spirit. Opposed to this clear-sighted wisdom is the false, man-made wisdom obscured by the darkness arising from delusion. Here wrong is thought to be right and error passes as Truth, things are thought to be what they are not. The unenlightened men dwelling in comfortable darkness, unperturbed by the challenge of reality as revealed by the light of Truth, lack any understanding of true values. That which appears to them to be no more than a cup of sorrow is in fact a chalice filled with the wine of immortality. The vain pleasures that come from pandering to the carnal cravings of the sense appear at first to be a cup of sweetness, but in the end it is found to hold the brew of bitterness. He who does right does it not for Me but for himself; he is the one who benefits, not his God. He who does wrong inflicts himself for it, and he is the sufferer. He who does right does it to his own good and he who works wickedness does it to his own hurt. It could not be possible, in a just creation, that those whose ways are evil should be dealt with as are those who live good lives and preform good deeds. The fate of the selfish and that of the unselfish could not be alike. I am the God of Justice, the Maker of the Law”.

    The spirit of man has th potential for doing all things, it can even rise above earthly limitations. The awakened soul can do whatsoever it wills. Man makes the environment for his own development; as it is now, so countless wills from the past have fashioned it. When the body awakens in the morning, it is like a man entering his habitation, it becomes a place of awareness. The soul become active in matter, that with which you hear, taste, smell and feel is the soul. Physically, the ear of a dead man is still in perfect condition for hearing, but the hearer, the interpreter, has gone. The eyes of a corpse are not blinded, but that which operated them is no longer there”.

    “So long as the soul looks outward only, into the deceptive environment of matter and is satisfied with the material pleasures it finds there, and which its baser body finds compatible, it remains cut off from the greater realm of the spirit. It binds itself to matter, failing to find the greater pleasures always there in the silent depth of its being. Confirmed in his attitude by experiences in a deceptive environment, mortal man becomes convinced that all desirable things lie outside himself. He concluded that satisfaction comes from gaining the things which promote material welfare. This is the folly of the unbalanced man. However, balance is the keyword, for it is equally foolish to turn away from material things, because it is intended that he should live and express himself on Earth. It is also intended that he should discover his nature through earthly conditions and experiences”.

    “However, the Divine Spark must kindle the spirit. It must not be smothered. Balance is the ideal, the whole becoming neither wholly inwardly nor outwardly orientated. Man needs his body and must labour to sustain it, then is not man entitled to enjoy its pleasures? Here is also it is simply a matter of proper balance. Man lives in a sea of material manifestation where I am only indirectly reflected, as the soul of man is indirectly reflected in his body. If a man sees with nothing but the eyes of the body, then he cannot perceive Me, for I am beyond his vision. I am the God veiled Behind Matter, I am the God of the Spirit”. – The Kolbrin, Wisdom Of The Ages, The Book Of Gleanings, Chapter Fifteen, The Voice Of God.

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