Sunday, February 15, 2015

Heads-Up ?

1. an advance warning of something.
"the heads-up came just in time to stop the tanks from launching the final assault"
synonyms: warning, forewarning, notice, advance notice, a/the tip-off, a/the red flag
"if we see Mr. [X's spaceship appear], we'll give you a heads-up"
1. showing alertness or perceptiveness.[1]
Therefore, a few questions to consider in coming weeks / months:
▪ How much of our day is spent informing ourselves about the real state of the world?2
▪ Do we really think that the power-brokers of this world intend to establish a socialist system of equality (with themselves)?
▪ Have we ever been blinded by a paradigm?3
▪ Do we think that hidden things of darkness don’t affect our lives?
▪ Have we ever investigated how much we are being kept in the dark about incredible technological advancements?
▪ When holograms appear in the sky are we going to perceive them as some real thing?
▪ If “angels” (or aliens!!?) descend in fantastic, mechanical devices are we going to become entranced believers or wise discerners?
▪ Do the real Gods (Godhead) need mechanical inventions to come and go?
Maybe some of these questions don’t make sense now, but in all likelihood, they will in coming days, weeks, or years.4

1. Definition from search of “heads-up”
2. This does not mean watching Fox News, CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS, or any of the other mainstream, profit-obsessed media. It means seeking out credible witnesses whose jobs and agendas are not tied to networks, advertizing, big business, etc.—as Bill O’Really!! and his like are tied.
3. Perhaps begin with some of our “blinding paradigms” at:
And yes, yes, about the “God paradigm”? as I’ve said before: “I guess we shall all know, sooner or later.”
4. There are witnesses everywhere about fantastical things. Check out YouTube (with discernment). Our present paradigm blocks much understanding, so perhaps we do not need to believe or disbelieve at this point. Maybe what we need is to become AWARE of possibilities, yet hold some things in suspension (or as one subject / witness said: “I approach all these things with a healthy skepticism”); and do as Paul advised:
New Testament | 1 Corinthians 4:5 ~ Therefore judge nothing before the time, until the Lord come, who both will bring to light the hidden things of darkness, and will make manifest the counsels of the hearts: and then shall every man have praise of God.