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  The Fifth Interview of Dr. Jamisson Neruda        From: Wingmakers
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Introduction

The Fifth Interview of Dr. Jamisson Neruda exposes a fundamental deception that affects humanity across every dimension of life. This deception is that our three-dimensional reality and human consciousness have been programmed to be perceived as real, when they are not.

This is clearly a very bold assertion, and is not made lightly.

In this fifth interview, Dr. Neruda explains the forces behind this deception, what their agenda is, how humanity has been enslaved from its inception to today, and what we can do about it.

Humans are biological hosts of infinite beings,
suppressed by deceptive programs
designed by entities from a different dimension

It is, understandably, an unsettling narrative.
After all, it exposes a reality where humans are biological hosts of infinite beings, suppressed by deceptive programs designed by entities from a different dimension. Humanity is unaware that we live in a designed reality, and that that designed reality includes… everything.

  War in Heaven             From: zeitlin.net
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War in Heaven, Kyle Griffith, S/R Press, 1988.

As readers of this site well understand, "SETI" cannot be understood simply in terms of "us here and them there and how do we talk". Kyle Griffith in his The War in Heaven (see above) has given us a view of the great complexity in terms of Human Races, both those grounded on a planetary system and those we could call "space people", plus elementals, and gods. All are engaged in a vast struggle for survival.

Many are organized in complexes, these being described by Griffith, but difficult for us to understand in any terms. Yet we are intimately and personally involved in such complexes, and we MUST learn how these work, if we are to make any progress in this system and in our struggle.

“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.”
     – Cliché by Arthur C. Clarke "Profiles of The Future", 1961