We finish the last chapter and start the appendix's,Michael has more pages in them, then the chapters.Excellent read, my only 'wrinkle' in Michael's work, is the lack of information on the person of Christ. He touches the fringes of it with his undressing of religion,but for all the talk of Evil,I find it odd that he omits much of The Creator Son's part in all this,...remember He taught that we(man and women)are Sons of God,it was just another man accusing you of being a sinner...
... Those who fear to face Reality, can never hope to change Reality.
Now that we have an explanation of what has happened to the Earth and its inhabitants, we cannot but seek to find the final remedy. But the time may be shorter for this than we imagine. The ancient Mayan calendar ended at the year 2012 and some scholars have forecast this date as the end of the world. Indeed, the way things are going, it could be. But more likely, it will be the world as we have known it that comes to an end.
This author believes that there are four possible outcomes to the predicaments of the Earth and to the conflict between the alien and human DNA within. The nature of each outcome depends on their all-important intermediate stages and what transpires therein. Therefore, what the adversaries are doing presently impacts the events of 2012.
The possible outcomes foreseen by this writer in his present state of awareness are:
• The first outcome is that the progeny of the Atlanteans succeed in regaining all their technological hardware, especially that necessary for space travel. They manage to crack the code and breakthrough the Stargate and prepare for departure. In so doing, they come out into the open more than ever, startling the human race who cannot comprehend what is happening. When they are out of range, they destroy the planet and all that lives on it. (The reader is referred to Dr. Who and the Pyramids of Mars, Koyaanisqatsi, and Moonraker). This is the “burn and rise no more” outcome.1
1”Burn and rise no more” - from the “Motorhead” song, March or Die, on the theme of mankind's future. Author Lemmy Kilmister.
• The second outcome is that the “Dark Archons” realize, once and for all, that they cannot leave this planet, that no matter what they do they are forever “chained to the pit.” In this case, they begin to rule the world with unmitigated tyranny, relentlessly and openly. The human race loses whatever privileges it had while its utility was beneficial. Now they are deprived and slaughtered and turn even upon themselves. Debauchery is everywhere and the planet is handed over to the perverse scions of the sorcerers of Atlantis. We sink into chaos of unimaginable proportions, with all the repressed, dark content of consciousness in full view and without restraints of inner or outer authority.
This is the “Bridges to Babylon” outcome.2
• The third outcome is that the “good” under the weight of the yoke finally rise against their oppressors, actively preventing them from ever leaving and taking their evil elsewhere. To do this, we destroy (sacrifice) ourselves, taking them with us. (The reader is referred to the movies: The Wild Bunch, The Magnificent Seven, and Terminator II).
This is the “...start the fuse Tector” outcome.3
• The fourth outcome is that mankind finally discovers the correct means to the end and vanquishes its enemy, with no excessive loss of life or home-world. Mankind will prove itself its own defender and redeemer. We will eradicate the enemy externally and finally resolve the question of evil on the microcosmic level. The beasts will be slain, the maidens rescued, the planet saved, and the ending happy.
This is the true “Empire Strikes Back” outcome.4
You may notice something is missing from these scenarios. There is no mention of anyone or anything else coming to our rescue. There is no mention of the conventional avengers and redeemers: gods, greys, Christs, angels, or Pleiadeans. There is no “Flash Gordon” on his way.