“The Ultimate Tyranny in a society is not control by martial law. It is control by the psychological manipulation of consciousness, through which reality is defined so that those who exist within it do not even realize that they are in prison. They do not even realize that there is something outside of where they exist.” - Bringers of the Dawn



Civilization Earth has been afflicted with disharmony and distress for thousands of years now. We have been waging war after war against fellow man and Mother Nature, the global community is extremely divided, and this is no accident. Common sense suggests things do not have to be the way they are in perpetuity, and yet to be able to generate change that benefits the greater good, the people of the planet must figure out first how they ended up where they are today.


Despite being impeded in their effort to liberate themselves from the trap of a false perception of reality by controlling forces of darkness, in the last two hundred years Earth people have experienced significant spiritual awakening and cognitive progress, something that will allow for the incoming existential paradigm shift to occur. Significant existential changes imply though catharsis, catharsis generates chaos, and this is something already visible everywhere around us.


This is the beginning of the end of the old state of affairs and you are invited to take on a challenging journey of discovery into what until now was off limit liberating truth. The destination is a new vision of what we human beings are, of the reason why we are here, and of where we need to be as a civilization. Once the journey is completed, the world will not just look different to you. The world is going to be different.”

- A Time of Change, Opening Statement



“You must do something to make the world more beautiful.” – Miss Rumphius



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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT!

(NOVEMBER 22, 2020)


It was the author’s intent to release the first volume of the book in 2020. As it turns out, this is not a very good year for book of knowledge reading. This is more of a book burning, truth suppressing, and intense mass manipulation kind of year. There are times when good entities, such as they may be, fighting bad entities, whoever they are, do bad things in order to later be able to do good things. That too will have to stop in the future.


Under the current circumstances what is revealed in A Time of Change is going to make a lot more sense in the months and years ahead for the people of the planet than five years ago. Most importantly, they are going to be more open to looking into certain very controversial issues without prejudice or bias.


With that in mind I feel it is in the best interest of the cause that the book, otherwise still a work in progress, is released in 2021. It will be released actually one volume at the time, with the third and last volume to be made public in 2022. At this time there is no decision made regarding the format or where the book will be released. Stay posted.



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Saturday, June 6, 2020

TIME FOR A MORE ACCURATE PERCEPTION OF BLACK AND WHITE HISTORY IN AMERICA (An Excerpt from A Time of Change)


This topic has been part of the manuscript for at least 10 years now. The discussion has evolved in form and content, and this is only a sample of a much ampler analysis of slavery in America and all over the world. I am posting it here because it is a subject that it is forced-surfaced in the public's consciousness every election year and rarely in between election cycles. The truth is often difficult to accept not just because it forces us to change our perception of reality, but because it forces us to change the way we exist. 

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s history records show, same as in the case of the Native Americans, many black slaves fought the United States of America on the side of the British during the Revolutionary War and during the 1812 war. However, 250,000 black men would later enroll with the abolitionist Union army that fought the South during the Civil War of 1861-1865. About 200,000 of them served, with some 40,000 black solders being killed in action or dying of battle-related causes. (Black Solders in the U.S. Military During the Civil War, archives.gov)

In the trying days when the United States of America was about to be established, a historic event that would have significant consequences for the entire world, as the progressive leaders of some of the colonies were pushing for independence, they were having a difficult time convincing the other colonies to join the Revolution. To avoid dissent from the cause, an explicit language about the need to abolish slavery was excised from the original text of the Declaration of Independence. Even so, in its final version the signatories were promising that a comprehensive set of unalienable rights was to be fully enjoyed in the future by every citizen of the Union, and from a legal point of view that promise was certainly kept.

To appease some of the southern colonies that would have not participated in the war effort had he not done that, George Washington issued a proclamation forbidding blacks to join the Continental Army. Those in the South were afraid that once they put guns into a black slave’s hands, he would turn against them and, as seen, their fears were confirmed when black slaves decided against their best interest to join the British forces against the Continental Army and when they joined the British again during the war of 1812.

It was though the white man who in 1787 adopted an American Constitution that guaranteed freedom to all human beings, disrespectful of their gender or race. At that moment the founding fathers were establishing the legal foundation the abolitionists were looking for in order to be able to begin the dismantling of the institution of slavery. Because of the economic and social negative effects emancipation was anticipated to have on society this was not easy to accomplish, and it could not have been done overnight. It only happened when at the end of a Civil War that made almost 700,000 victims, a still all-white Congress at the time was finally able to pass the 13th Amendment. It became law on December 18, 1865, and it put an end to slavery in America.

Hundreds of thousands of white people gave their life during the Civil War for the cause of the Union and abolition, and many white people died during the Civil Rights era fighting for the rights of their fellow black man. No doubts about it, the black folk and the white folk have much more in common, good and bad, than some priests, historians, media organizations, and politicians would have them believe they do.


Today’s politicians and social activists in pursuit of votes and political influence condemn slavery and white slave owners as if this was an American phenomenon and not a global one. As seen, though, free blacks owned slaves and only a small percentage of the whites were slave owners. Politicians, preachers and media organizations decry racism every presidential election year, never before or after that, and they somehow find it relevant to fight slavery two hundred years after the fact. They know actually everything is perception, and that manipulated perception allows them to push the masses into acting according to their interests. 

Considering that how others want us to perceive reality is not always what reality is, it is time and there is good reason for the people of America and of the world to change perception on their own. We must learn the true lesson of what our common history has taught all of us so far. We must honor the memory of all of the slaves, black, white, yellow, or brown, by acknowledging the significant contribution they have made to the advancement of civilization Earth. Last but certainly not the least we must address the many problems with an existential system that continues to make billions of people on this planet into slaves without them even realizing it.

- A Time of Change, Volume 1, Chapter 2; the manuscript is still a work in progress.


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