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Pt. 2 - Pathway to Armageddon: World Events for 2005 & beyond--Robert Ghost Wolf

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Preecorded Winter Solstice 2004...

Robert Ghost Wolf (website LEFT click only!)

Humanity sits poised at a precipice; in front of us is an undeterminable pathway, behind us is the shell of a decaying age.  We are at the crossroads of our experience; already actions, as well as thinking processes are being set which will determine the nature of a new and extraordinary destiny.  Our survival as a thinking species and as well all living things upon the Earth now hangs in the mercy of the Winds of Change… Winds that no longer blow quiet warnings, rather they carry with them a somewhat foreboding message and always deliver a swift altering of our contrived reality through extremely volatile occurrences.

    Some of these events manifest for us glimpses of the nature of a changing reality - a doorway to the light. Others conjure up images of Biblical Revelations for we have entered a time of retribution and time of transition as we experience the War of Valued Life. The very principles of the matrix sustaining the dream we call “the Known” can seem challenged as we search for reason and meaning in the face of apocalyptic events.  The War of Valued Life offers no refuge, no escape clauses, as humanity and the abstract reality it is responsible for creating faces the forces of nature herself.   We are challenged by the elements even within our very molecular composition.

The Division Bell has rung and marks and denotes the polarities of consciousness as we experience conflicts within ourselves, our thoughts, moral values and the everyday dealing with a society that seems to suffer from a total absence of value and ethics.

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