By Zuerrnnovahh-Starr Livingstone
May 8, 2006
There is a John Gray produced show on TV called "Ghost Whisperer". The story line follows a woman who is able to see dead people. She helps the newly dead make amends with the people they leave behind and crossover to the light. The TV program is similar to the movie "Sixth Sense".
The end of its first season includes a two part episode where the woman meets the departed souls of a still flying passenger airplane before it crashes near her town. She phones civil aviation authorities and warns them that there is a pilotless plane in the air and all the passengers are dead. This is similar to the death of golfer Payne Stewart due to loss of pressurization in the cabin of his jet. The jet flies until it runs out of fuel.
After the crash she helps the dead and the mourners. An investigator from the National Transportation Safety Board, NTSB visits her. Her warning before the crash came thirty minutes before the problem was made public, so the NTSB wanted to know how she knew about the disaster? She eventually reveals that she talked to the dead pilot. The NTSB investigator then asks, "Are you a Registered Psychic for the CIA and NSA?"
This line of dialogue in a TV drama is revealing and shocking. Although it is not news for those who know about CIA Remote Viewing and other psychic programs, the "Registered Psychic" implies that all those with psychic gifts are to sign up to help the CIA and NSA. Psychics may have their socially taboo gifts "validated" by government agencies. Maybe in the future psychics will have to be licensed. Maybe it will become a crime to be an undisclosed psychic, an offence similar to carrying a concealed weapon?
This theme has been a cliché since the B-movies of the 1950s.
"The Day The Earth Stood Still" a 1951 movie about a UFO landing in Washington DC is a classic 'Take Me To Your Leader' movie. Validation of UFO sightings and encounters is laid directly upon the government. It is not real unless the leaders say it is so. Even when the government does not validate the experience witnesses are told, "You must report it regardless of the consequences!" "Ghost Whisper" and its ilk link paranormal abilities to government service. ("The Day The Earth Stood Still" also includes the theme alien visitors will force one world government upon Earth under robotic rule.)
The Kelsey Grammar produced TV series "Medium" has a gifted psychic working for the Phoenix Arizona District Attorney. She uses her gift to solve crimes. The TV series "NUMB3RS" has a math prodigy working for the FBI. He also has a high security clearance at the NSA. The Kathy Reich produced TV series "Bones" has a gifted Smithsonian anthropologist solving crimes for the FBI. The "CSI" franchise has science nerds doing super-human science for their various police services. All the Sci-Fi Channel programs have government agencies in the background. "Stargate SG1" uses Cheyenne Mountain as its base of operations and it might be the best USAF recruiting platform on TV. Do you see the theme?
All these programs and movies are brainwashing. The producers and writers cleverly craft plot lines around the approved themes. More people are discovering their psychic abilities and due to the long indoctrination of government approval and validation many will report to their recruitment offices. The armed services are still getting recruits in spite of an illegal and unpopular war in Iraq as their message approves and validates the emotional needs of young men and women.
Many young psychics will feel compelled to validate their unusual abilities. Each will ask, "Is it best for me to develop my gifts in government service?"
I say, "No, use your own inner guidance to find your own path. Approval, validation and recognition is a spiritual growth process of the body, mind and spirit. No government or agency can substitute for your own higher self."
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