Is he who tells the truth a loose cannon?
Hillary Clinton called Donald Trump a loose cannon, so the definition of such is justified. Seems to be someone who acts out of control or unexpectedly and says things that cause embarrassment or trouble for others. The question is, does it apply to someone who tells the truth, like a whistleblower? Does it also apply to teachers who know something their students don’t and are forced to inform them?
These are things that cross my mind as my work for Spirit has led me to blow the whistle on things like heaven and hell, which many believe in and most hope to get to, at least first. So what should be done to reveal things not known or accepted by the majority?
Suppose one is aware of a great crime that people do not know about or suspect. Revealing it will obviously hurt a lot of people and damage the livelihood of many. Does he reveal it or hide it? There seems to be a consensus of opinion that one should not make waves, which means that one is obliged to say nothing, like the three wise monkeys. Yet when it affects societies and the lives and expectations of so many, why can’t it be brought to light?
That brings me back to my work in the Spirit that commissioned me to remove the wall of blindness that the religions have built and strengthened until no one can bypass or pass through it. Because of my passage from life to life and a strong bond with Spirit, certain things are known about how and why the world is in the dire straits we now find ourselves in.
Everyone is back and it is said in the prophecy that this would happen before the end. Religions, however, have twisted them into believing that we will all be resurrected in the last days for judgment. It doesn’t make sense if we die and go to a place called heaven. In fact, there is nothing in religion that makes sense, especially the images of gods and idols forbidden by the prophecies and made by millions in exchange for money.