Can We Handle the Truth

By Rahasya Poe- The Rahasya Uncensored Column

Is it just me or are there others out there who have a difficult time walking the fine line between being positive and at the same time keeping an eye on the reality that we find ourselves in.

            As we continue this journey of what I see as a global awakening, it may be very important for some of us to “hold the light” and maintain a vision of a better world, so I have no problem with that. But at the same time it may be just as important, if not a little more so, that there are people who are of the “spiritual warrior” mind-set who are willing to keep an eye on and put the light of consciousness on what could be called the “Darkness” that seems to be in control of our reality. As Edmond Burke once said, “All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”disinformation

            We are living through the greatest transformation of consciousness in human history, so it’s important to be able to dance with this transition because we are entering uncharted territory. To do this, we must see behind the curtain and realize that it’s a group of angry and scared old men trying desperately to hold on to a worldview that is crumbling before their eyes.

Don’t just teach your children to read…teach them to question what they read. Teach them to question everything,” George Carlin

What we need to watch out for is how we use our words and how their definitions have been changed behind that curtain. For instance, take the term conspiracy theory. The original definition was, “A belief that some covert but influential organization is responsible for a circumstance or event.” But somehow it has taken on a new meaning. The real conspiracy is how the term conspiracy theory has been linked to terms such as fantasy and fiction and the people who bring up a conspiracy are labeled as paranoid and as crazy, out-of-touch people.

            Then you have the term skeptic, which used to be anyone who was thinking rationally and pointing out something that needed to be clarified. Now, being a skeptic has almost become a pathological state of mind with some people, and it’s a very effective tool for the powers that be to use to protect their lies through the media.

            Those were only a couple of terms and I discuss them to show how we need to be more conscious of how we are being manipulated and controlled by the use of words and ideas. What is going on is very dangerous because it marginalizes very important information and places it in the fringe category.

Here Are Some Examples

  • In reference to 9/11, how many people know that there was another investigation that came to different conclusions than the original 911 Truth Commission did? What was once an absurd “conspiracy theory” is slowly becoming a conspiracy fact. And how does a commercial airliner fit through a 19-foot hole at the Pentagon? When questions like this start being answered honestly, it will wake up a lot of people who are desperately trying to stay asleep.
  • Look further back in history and think about how many lives were lost in the Vietnam war because we were told that we were attacked in the Gulf of Tonkin. Or more recently, the weapons of mass destruction and Iraq. I was called a conspiracy theorist in 1968 as I demonstrated on campus and the same thing happened when I spoke about the WMD and Iraq.
  • The CIA and drug running story finally made the news back in 1993. This took years of people being labeled as conspiracy theorists to finally come out.
  • How about the business plot that involved a group of wealthy businessmen and Chase Bank, GM, Standard Oil, the DuPont family, Goodyear, and the father and grandfather of two of our presidents, Prescott Bush. In 1933 they tried to overthrow our government and would have probably done so if it weren’t for one honest American who most of us have never heard of, Major General Smedley Butler. This and the fact that Prescott Bush was charged with laundering Nazi money was hidden from the public quite effectively.


Obviously, the complete list is far too large to include in this article but here’s my point … what is it now that is being marginalized into a fringe group of conspiracy theories that will eventually see the light of day, when maybe it is too late? The most dangerous ones I can see now is the truth about the health dangers connected with GMO foods, the continued radiation from Fukushima, and geoengineering and chemtrails.

            We recently had in Chico a guest speaker, Guy McPherson, who is a well-respected climate change researcher (it’s illegal to use the term climate change in Florida now by the way). If you attended the talk you almost had to feel sorry for the guy, but he was not prepared for the well-informed citizenry we have here in Chico and Grass Valley/Nevada City. He “believes” (something a researcher or scientist should never do—you either know or you don’t know) that geoengineering isn’t happening and he says there’s not enough evidence to say that chemtrails exist. Don’t get me wrong, being a skeptic is an important aspect of searching for the truth. As Brian Cox, a well-known physicist once said, “Skepticism must go hand in hand with rationality. When theories are shown to be false, the correct thing to do is to move on.” My conversation with Guy led me to do more research on geoengineering and chemtrails and if it’s not happening the way he said, then there are a lot of well educated researchers and scientists who are delusional because the evidence is overwhelming. In the name of full disclosure I have to say that I have no dog in this fight; I’m not taking sides, I just want to know the truth.

            What was behind Guy’s denial? I have no idea because the evidence is there, but as I told him, geoengineering and chemtrails are not religions, so saying you don’t believe in them seems a bit unprofessional for a researcher. But this is a good example of the power that the establishment has over us; it can make even the smartest of us go into denial for fear of being relegated to the conspiracy theory group. Fortunately, Dane Wigington from was there to ask a few important questions, questions that were never answered, by the way. This is a heated debate to be sure, but I’ve yet to meet someone who has looked at the evidence with an open mind and not end up coming to the same conclusions. Do your own research; don’t take my word for it or even the word of the scientists on both sides of this debate.

            Our world is in peril, whether you “believe” it or not, and we are all in this together. This is a fact. However, I do have a personal belief that we are riding on the cusp of something amazing, a transformation of human consciousness from fear-based individuality to a compassionate collective consciousness. Why do I believe this? Because I can feel it happening to me and I see it in others. I know … you may be saying that I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one, and I hope someday you’ll join us … and the world will be as ONE.


Thank you for your time,

Rahasya ~