. . . a post I made back on December 8, 2011, in which I shared some info about how we got to this place, how this sickness called Wetiko from which human suffers was deliberately introduced in an effort to control us.
In the film, I AM, Wetiko is described as a mental illness, an illness from which the the Native Americans early on realized we from Europe suffered: Wetiko means cannibal – not one who literally eats the flesh of another, but one who eats the life of another.
The following articles are written by Paul Levy, who has written the e-book called Wetiko, The Greatest Epidemic Sickness Known To Humanity.
Part One The Greatest Epidemic…
Part Two Vampire Squid Economics…
Follow up Let’s Spread the Word…
Another important book, which I have already mentioned in past posts is called Neither Wolf Nor Dog, by Kent Nerburn, in which a Native American describes how our thinking, which is so different from the way indigenous peoples think, has been so destructive to their very souls. (downloadable to a free kindle application, available on any computer)
[Let me also add here that I would also now add another book by Kent called The Wisdom of the Native Americans, a book that can open our eyes to the great wisdom the indigenous peoples have to teach us. At any rate, it certainly helped to open my eyes. When I read their speeches, - very likely spontaneous and most certainly given from the heart, I realized without doubt how incompetent are our politicians to lead us. ~J]
Finally, a third book, that is the book that tipped me off to all this is Not in His Image by John Lamb Lash. (downloadable to a free kindle application on any computer)
The story of what happened in Atlantis is told by Drunvalo Melchizedek is his two volume book, The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life.
Another, shorter version of Drunvalo’s story is told by Bob Frissell, a man who has worked with Drunvalo, in a book called Nothing in This Book is True, But It’s Exactly How Things Are (downloadable to a free kindle application on any computer).
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Let me add here that Catherine Austin Fitts plays a small part in the Paul Levy’s book,
Wetiko, The Greatest Epidemic Sickness Known To Humanity. If you have not yet encountered her and gotten to know her extraordinary body of work, here is a wonderful video interview with her called The Looting of America.
If the news is to be slow today, this might be a great opportunity to fill in some of the gaps in our understandings.