Entry Submitted by D.N. at 12:15 PM EDT on April 2, 2017
"GCR: Important Thought/Question" by Gurda Pierce - 4.2.17
I understand to a degree why you feel that way, Gurda Pierce.
And I haven't been in this game as long as you have.
But I'm no stranger to patterns and I do see a pattern here that you seem to have missed:
Step 1: We wait days, weeks, or even months until the Cabal calms down before we make a move on the RV.
Step 2: The Cabal, at the last second, by some inverse-miracle of manifestation, pulls one more venomous snake out of who-knows-where that needs to be dealt with immediately, delaying us yet again. They do this consistently. For years. Gotta give it to them, they're crafty. If they weren't at least this clever, they would've died out in the days before the Great Atlantean Flood, eh?
Step 3. We, as a whole (including the energy work I do behind the curtains), negate the new threat and tear the Cabal a new one to try get 'em to shut up long enough to let us quietly kill them.
Step 4. Rinse and repeat, where each time the cycle grows shorter, and yet still exists.
Even if the cycle eventually shrunk in scale to less than a millisecond long, how far does a cycle shrink before taking exactly 0 seconds?
Now, don't get me wrong, I stand with the White Hats and applaud their dedication and sacrifice. They have the courage, the raw cojones, to live and die for the work that many of us armchair Warriors are too afraid to do.
But that's just it.
So long as we believe we have to beat the bad guys into submission before we can do anything else, the bad guys will still have a reason to be around, to play the role of the bad guy.
So long as we only fight them, they'll still exist to be fought.
Now, not just you, but anyone reading this...even the Elders and Grandfather.
Please answer me this:
Aren't you tired of the fighting? Of the same game of tug-of-war?
I'm not telling you to lay down your arms in front of the enemy so they can get up and rip your heart out of your chest. Far from it.
All security concerns considered and mitigated, how much good does it really do us, as a whole, to have to depend on a series of chronically unreliable villains to flop over and die?
Sure, the events happen as they happen. The RV happens when it does, synchronistically as it needs to. I welcome that. Eventually the villain dies. They always die. But both sides, as a whole, are on a time crunch here, for various reasons. And both sides know that.
Maybe I'm just preaching to the choir here, as though the Elders and Galactics didn't already know that.
As though they weren't already doing that as we bark at each other's shadows.
But I feel it still needs to be said to those who still think there's only an ultimatum to be had:
I know there's always a third option.
One where we don't have to jump the gun before we're ready, only to let the still-alive villain cut our throats while we're too busy counting our gains. Neither do we have to dance to the villain's tune of battle until they can't play anymore.
Sure, we'll always become more and more ready, and grow ever more stronger, but it was never a contest of strength. We were always stronger.
But they're as crafty as we are strong.
Frankly, if you give them half the chance, they'll always find another song to play. They've had millenia to get good at that.
So, spirit-to-spirit, here's my koan for you, Grandfather:
How do you win a battle without striking another blow?
What's the third option, Grandfather?
I hope one day you can tell me your thoughts on the matter.
Until then, I'll keep waiting and growing stronger, more patient, and more ready.