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The Psycho-ology of the Elite March 10, 2013

Posted by Holly Rose Wood in Education, Fact or Fiction?, Governance.
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“Grinning and giving a thumbs-up, Britain’s most senior Catholic cleric poses with his friend, disgraced paedophile Jimmy Savile.” Source – The Mirror

This image in The Mirror of Jimmy Saville and Cardinal Keith O’Brian in a caravan with two young girls exposes further the depth of the depravity of some of our most respected and high-ranking players in The Power Game that we are all party to.

Sexual abuse in all its forms strikes at the heart of our collective subconscious, shutting down trust and spreading a sickly horror into the belly of the world. This sickness that we are only just becoming collectively aware of is now being rapidly exposed and is coming into the light in a multitude of ways.

The short video Everybody Knows – shows Jimmy Saville’s connections with the rich and famous and highlights how easy it has been until now to protect the secret lives of those who are Game On in the arena of exploitation.

This week’s UK Column article focuses on the sharp rise of child suicide in the UK that has risen as steeply as 1200% in some areas. Brian Gerrish speaks to Tim Rogers about the psychological attack on our children, and the effect that this is having on their minds. Focussing mainly on the activities available to the younger generation in South Wales, Tim draws many correlations between dark subject matter in schoolbooks, local theatre, Internet chat rooms and community activities and the sordid behaviours of the masonic elite.  The interview explores how the expression of such behaviours, whether they are leaking out of our collective subconscious or being deliberately placed, has the effect of embedding this behaviour further into our social fabric. It is no wonder, with such confusing and dark imagery out there, that children being born to this world are receiving a frightening depiction of reality and deciding to take their own lives.

While the shame and humiliation will directly impact upon some perpetrators of such crimes, the healing that is required for us to collectively unravel this energetic assault could take decades. There can be no one alive who has not been affected by some form of abuse of personal power. It is an illness that is by most unseen but never the less felt and requires some deep inner work to restore our faith in ourselves, each other and the world at large.

To be aware of the existence of such behaviour is the first step on the path of healing and can dismantle further attempts to assault our consciousness. From there, we must examine our personal behaviours for evidence of the desire to have power over another and, if we truly seek to rid ourselves of this illness, find ways to forgive ourselves so that we can look upon it with the wisdom and objectivity that this subject requires.

Further reading: ‘Religious leaders’ ‘step down’

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