Reading your post to Ubiety. I first must agree with you to an extent, that we are to "tell the different story" in order to relearn our creative abilities. BUT, I must disagree with your offensives.
If we are all your brothers, why not treat us as such? Is it not the "truth"' which shall set us free? "Half truths" are likened unto the cabal which has enslaved us for so many years! They mislead and confuse. This is how we were enslaved! Telling us to just accept this information without explanation? Is this another blind leading the blind scenario? Asking questions for clarification shows we have come a long way and realize mistakes made before, which we do not want to make again. These questions are asked with love and we hope for answers from our older and more knowledgeable "brothers", and we hope - almost expect - that the answers would be given in love and truth. It is not love when you take offense and fire back offensively! If something is too delicate to share it's origin, a simple explanation, done with love, not condescension is how a "brother" would answer. After all, is it not true that "none" of us are more worthy than another? Very soon, this will become apparent to all!
Perhaps understanding of this could be shown with love if the poster who comes with this "intel", whom is supposedly so much more advanced than us lowly servants, would present knowledge of references where possible so as to share this enlightenment with their brothers and sisters, and a mere statement telling what part is merely the writer's opinion, and perhaps even clarification as to what has come from someone the writer doesn't wish to reveal?
Throwing something out there just to incite people to "feel good" only to again be let down, again and again, is not only wrong, it is cruel! I think you did a poor job of explaining and responding to Mr. Obiety's post. Whomever he/she is, they are very articulate, intelligent, and conscientious. I for one, very much appreciate them for responding the way they do to posts, as should You! We all need to learn more, and none of us are perfect.
After all, none of us are so enlightened to the point that we do not still need more instruction.
In love to my brother,