|Posted by Andrew Eblen on November 6, 2018 at 12:30 AM||comments (1)|
Since this new theme is dedicated to music I felt I would share an article that I found recently. Freddie Mercury is one of my favourite singers and I think it's great getting to hear his words from beyond the veil.
And now, Mr. Freddie Mercury:
Me: Erik, let’s see if we can get Freddie Mercury for us. Jamie and I are big Queen fans.
Jamie: Oh, Erik just left. He didn’t even say anything.
Jamie: And here he is. Mr. Freddie Mercury. He’s got his moustache!
Me: Oh good! Hello Mr. Mercury!
Mercury: Hello ladies.
Me: We’re friend. I mean fans—and friends, of course. You were—and are—so incredible. Such power from the heart when you sing. I just don’t know how to describe it.
Jamie: He says thank you very much, but does he have a lisp?
Me: A little bit of a lisp, yeah. He did.
Jamie: Huh. Really? I never heard it, but of course I guess you don’t really have a lisp when you sing.
Me: Yes, isn’t that something? The same thing with stuttering.
Jamie: All right. Sorry. Go ahead.
Me: Okay, what beliefs did you have about death and the afterlife while you were alive? What did you think was going to happen?
Freddie: I thought that you would die, and the gods would come for you. Then, they would judge you on the life that you lived and that would determine how well you lived in the afterlife.
Me: Really? How interesting. What kind of religion is that?
Freddie (laughing): I think it’s a bit of my own!
Me: Wow, not too many people create their own religion, Freddie!
Freddie: Where I grew up—
Jamie: It’s weird. It’s kind of like Catholic, but not in a Catholic place. Let’s see if that makes sense. Can you explain that to me, Freddie?
(Freddie gives details to Jamie)
Jamie: In a different country? So he says he was raised Catholic, but in a country that was not Catholic in itself. So he heard multiple viewpoints on religion as a young boy and kind of put together the two, because when he was younger, he said anyone who could give me multiple viewpoints on the same topic just proved to him that nobody really understood it.
Freddie: So, I just threaded together what I liked about all of them. I guess that was for my own comfort, because I didn’t believe in what the school was teaching.
Me: After you passed over, how did your beliefs change?
Freddie: That didn’t happen at all!
Freddie: Thankfully, I wasn’t judged for who I was. If I had been, I clearly would have defended myself. I felt that I lived a life that most people wanted, because I did what I fell in love with. It didn’t matter if it was proper or improper, if it was boys or girls, I did what my desires led me to do.
Jamie: He laughs. He kind of recants his words.
Freddie: There was a good sized portion of my life where I was very selfish. As you know, when I became ill, that part I also did all that I desired, but it wasn’t selfish. It was very unselfish. I know you’re going to ask me what did I learn; that is what I learned how to do.
Me: Oh, okay. Now, what was your actual transition to heaven like for you?
Freddie: I believe I smiled.
Freddie: I was in my room. I remember there was never a quiet moment. You could always hear the people outside.
Jamie: Oh, you had people outside?
Freddie: Yes, sometimes I would have someone hold up a mirror so that I could see out the window and down.
Jamie: He must have been on a hill or up in a second story room. It’s not clear, but he looks like he’s up higher. He wanted the mirror to held in a way that he could see what was happening.
Freddie: I always felt loved by the people who enjoyed my music. I never felt like I was being stripped or robbed of my creative expression.
Me: Aw, that’s good! So your death wasn’t very painful? It was peaceful, then? Like a release? Is that what you’re trying to say?
Freddie: Well, the medications helped. I think without that, it would have been very painful, and my body—I was never once afraid. I knew it was coming; I welcomed it. I had been sick for a very long time, and I just wanted death to come rescue me.
What a poignant and spiritual song. One of my favorites:
And now, part two of our interview with Mr. Mercury.
Me: Can you describe your thoughts when you realized you had crossed over?
Freddie: You know, I really did ask, ‘Where the hell are the bloody angels!’ I said it really boisterously.
Jamie, Erik and I laugh hard. We could just hear him.
Freddie: And what followed soon after was laughter. I knew then that I had the right heaven, that I hadn’t gone to hell.
Jamie and I laugh.
Freddie: My family was there. It was a white room with no walls, but I knew it was a room. I knew I was contained somehow.
Jamie (sounding a bit choked up): Aw, the emotions that come across are way heavier than the words themselves.
Freddie: I took a moment to release; I took a moment to cry.
Jamie: The energy that comes out of him kind of chokes me up a little bit. That’s how much he was looking forward just to die.
Freddie: Yeah, my body ate me alive.
Me: Oh, what an awful disease. Well, was it your destiny to die when and how you did? If so, why?
Freddie: I believe it was. You know, I don’t think I would have been happier growing old and not being able to perform. I only wanted that life on the stage, and I got that right up until the end.
Me: Were you meant to die from that particular disease?
Freddie: I think it was very selfless of me to follow through with this. It wasn’t until my death that this disease really got mapped, got noticed.
Me: So you were meant to bring AIDS awareness and understanding to the world?
Me: Was that meant on a different level than for your own personal reasons? Was it also to teach us about compassion and acceptance toward groups of people who are often targeted and maligned and who often bear the brunt of fear-based emotions and thoughts?
Freddie: Absolutely. A lot of people like to categorize me as a gay man. I think I appropriately fit the category of a man who loved whomever was best for me—male or female. Bisexual doesn’t do it do it justice, because there was nothing in me that was divided that way.
Jamie (laughing): He likes to call it “all sexual”!
Me: There we go, and all sexual man! So, can you describe your afterlife now? What do you do there? Do you have a life’s work? What does it look like? You know the drill.
Freddie: I have a place to come home to, but I rarely find myself doing so. Most of my passion is devoted to working with artists who are still living who find an inspiration in me, and I help them with the writing of the music, the singing of the music, the expression. I feel a bit like everyone’s mother in the fact that I want to keep them out of the limelight’s harm.
Me: Oh, yeah. Did you gain any new insights once you were in the afterlife?
Freddie: I gained that what I wanted to believe about heaven while I was on earth actually exists.
Me: Anything else.
Freddie (chuckling): I think that should cover everything.
Me: So, you shared what you were here to learn; do you have anything else to add to that?
Freddie: No, but I really think I was here to teach the all sexual thing.
(Pause as I wait in vain for him to expound.)
Me: Do you have any regrets?
Freddie: Actually, when I look back, when I was alive, I still have a little regret for not handling my band mates with more respect.
Me: Okay. What past life affected this last life the most?
Jamie: Um, he’s kind of joking with Erik right now. I’m not really in the conversation with them, but they’re joking about a life where—
(Pause as Jamie eavesdrops further)
Jamie: Are you guys for real!! Just tell me if this is for real or not!
Jamie (to Erik and Freddie): You’re joking? Okay. I’m gullible! I’m gullible, I know!
Me: I am too.
Jamie: They were talking about a life of being an orangutan, and Erik and him are just slapsticking back and forth. The smell and the hair of the orangutan and what the sex is like!
Me (Laughing): Oh my god!
Jamie: I’m gullible. You got me, boys. So tell me a past life for real!
(Pause as Jamie listens to Freddie)
Jamie: He shows me this image of a blond-headed, curly, curly-haired girl. She’s probably four or five years old. Kind of still has some baby fat features, you know, round cheeks. Kind of like a blond Shirley Temple.
Freddie: I recall vividly in that life—
Jamie: I asked him, ‘Where was it’ and he shows me snow and ice that goes on forever!
Jamie: Oh, he jokes. He says it’s probably close to where you have your cabin. Like a Nordic region.
Me: Yeah, in Norway!
Freddie: I remember being told in that life that the water was hot and not to touch the water and that the ice was cold and not to be out in the cold too long. There were rules that were more about life and death to protect you and keep you safe, because it was such a harsh environment. And I remember thinking, ‘Why are they telling me this? Why can’t they just let me be?’ I just wanted to be on my own.
(Pause and Jamie listens more)
Jamie (to Freddie): Well that’s not a great story.
Jamie: He tells me what happened was that he continued to go against what his parents were saying. He had a mother, father, large family. (counting) One, two, three, four—five children. He was one of five. He’s the youngest. Doesn’t really get paid attention, can do his own thing, walks out into the snow and didn’t dress appropriately. So, he froze, died in the snow.
Jamie: At such a young age.
Me: Aw, how sad.
Freddie: I remember leaving that life, saying, ‘Why couldn’t I trust those people?’
Freddie: I was really hard on myself for doing that and thought, ‘Maybe some people actually do care!’
Me: So, maybe you learned how to trust?
Freddie: Well, I didn’t learn it in that life, but it definitely sat really heavy with me to listen to people in the life that I came into. And I didn’t have any outlet, musically or otherwise. It was a very bland life. So, I thought the complete opposite would satisfy me. That’s when Freddie Mercury was created.
Me: Ah! And there was nothing bland about your life as Freddie!
Poor Freddie. Eric’s is a hard act to follow. Nevertheless…
Me: So Erik, do you have any questions for Mr. Mercury?
Erik: Yeah. What was Bohemian Rhapsody really about?
Freddie: What do you want it to be about?
Erik: I don’t know.
Freddie: That’s what you have to ask yourself, Erik.
Me: What was your proudest accomplishment while you were here on earth, Freddie?
Freddie: My music!
Me: Of course! And I suppose that hasn’t changed now that you’re in the spiritual realm, right?
Freddie: It has not at all.
Me: Okay. Any other spiritual accomplishments you’re proud of?
Freddie: Spiritual accomplishments?
Freddie (laughing): My music!
Me: Oh my gosh; what am I thinking!
Me: Now, do you have any messages for humanity, given your newfound perspective in the afterlife? Is there anything you’d like to share with the world?
Freddie: The only rules and regulations you have in life are the ones you create for yourself.
Me: That’s true. So, Erik, do you have any other questions for Freddie before we close? No orangutan questions, though!
Jamie (giggling): They got me good; I really thought we were going to talk about a life he had as an orangutan!
Me: I know! I would have fallen for that, too, hook, line and sinker!
Erik: What was going through your head with Bohemian Rhapsody?
Freddie (laughing): It actually came from, we called it “The Old Cowboy Song.”
Jamie: Old Cowboy Song? He’s showing me that they use to horse around and play the guitar and sing, and they called it “The Old Cowboy Song” because it started out with “Mama, I just killed a man.”
Me: Oh, yeah! Okay.
Jamie: And that just used to be lyrics in the recording studio that they would joke around with when they were warming up or whatever. And they’d all be like, “Oh, here’s Freddie as the cowboy!”
Freddie: So, it kind of grew into a ballad. We wondered, “How much can we fit into one song.” It became ridiculous saturated—from ballad to guitar solo to opera to heavy rock, just on and on and on.
Jamie: To otro, outro.
Me: Yeah, outro.
Jamie: What’s that?
Me: It’s the final guitar piece I guess. I’m not sure. (To my son, Lukas) Lukas, what’s an outro? Jamie wants to know.
Lukas: I don’t know.
Me: Okay, we’ll find out later. Stay tuned!
Jamie: Stay tuned!
Freddie: And once we recorded it, I thought, ‘Well, how many voices and sounds can we put on top of that?’ So, we kept dubbing and adding tracks upon tracks, layering it and layering it—our harmony times six, and our twenty-four layers turned into a lot more. And it just sounded outrageous. So our manager said, “No one in the world is ever going to play this on the radio. And we thought it would be a great little “end of the record” song, but we really had a great time creating it and recording it. Then a disc jockey—
Jamie (showing her youth): Oh my god, that’s what they were called back then, weren’t they?
Me: Oh, yeah.
Jamie (giggling): Disc Jockey! So funny!
Freddie: So a disc jockey got the song prematurely and started playing it late at night, and it got such great reviews that it became, you know, one of the longest played songs on the radio!
Me: Yeah, and one of the biggest hits.
Freddie: Thank you!
Me: I just love all of your songs.
Jamie: This guy has a smaller waist than I do!
Jamie and I laugh.
Me: Well, I think that’s it. I just want to thank you for all you’ve done—the joy and music that you’ve brought to the world. Thank you for your time here, too, Mr. Mercury.
Freddie: Your quite welcome, and I wish you all the best. Your son, Erik, is a fine young man. We’re happy to have him here.
Me: Aw, how nice!
(Of course inside, I’m thinking, ‘I’m not happy that he’s there. I’d rather him be with me. Sigh. In the background, Lukas asks a question.)
Me: What, Lukas?
Lukas: Is Jesus too busy to talk right now?
Me (to Jamie and Erik): He wants to know if Jesus is too busy to talk right now.
Me (to Lukas): Well, it’s almost the end, anyway. Do you just want to say hi to Jesus?
Lukas: Yes. I just wanna say hi.
Me: Wait, no, we’re going to channel Jesus later. Jesus is kind of busy for just a drive-by “hi and bye.” Annika, do you want to say anything to Erik? Don’t worry. You don’t have to talk on the phone.
Annika: Hi. (Erik can probably see her 16 year-old eye roll.)
Erik (laughing): She sounds so forced when she says it. It’s so funny!
(Typical teenaged girl.)
Erik: Who made waffles this morning?
Me: Oh! We got them at the Waffle House and brought them home.
Jamie: Erik’s really happy; he can’t wait to see Lukas in college.
Erik: Tell Lukas to strive to make it the entire time.
Me: Make it to class?
Erik: No, where he actually graduates and walks across the stage!
Me: Yes, exactly! He will.
Erik: I like to see everyone together.
|Posted by AstralBooBaby on September 1, 2017 at 12:40 AM||comments (1)|
By: ABB a.k.a. AstralBoobaby
On the streets and all over social media - many are engaging in some pretty interesting and intense dialog regarding the untimely passing of hip hop and rap icon Prodigy of Mobb Deep.
Born Albert Johnson, the New York City icon and legend was just 42-years young, when he passed away on June 20th, 2017. He was in a Las Angeles hospital due to complications related to sickle cell disease - condition that he's had all of his life. TMZ was the first to publicly cite the cause of Prodigy's untimely death was because he ‘choked on an egg'... No official cause of death has been released to date.
Upon further research on the matter, one would quickly find countless blogs, videos and articles by Prodigy's peers, fans and public figures, such as Info Wars founder Alex Jones - citing beliefs and theories that Prodigy may have been murdered because "he knew too much" and bravely spoke out about what he knew. The rap and hip-hop legend has used his voice and platform exposing matters related to corruption in the music business; conspiracy theories; the Illuminati; the government and even matters that dwell in the realm of the occult.
Whether the passing of Prodigy is due to an accident or something far more sinister - one thing is for certain; His passing has brought more light and attention to His message and music like never before! For this reason, I am inspired delve a little further into how and why his passing is serving as a catalyst for an unprecedented number of public figures and celebrities to rebel and follow suit at all costs.
Celebrities can influence, inspire and inform on a level like no other person on the globe! There are those who are in the KNOW who are using them; their talents and gifts to influence, 'program' and sway behavior, attitudes and opinions of the masses... A celebrity has been proven to be one of the greatest weapon for mind control... Is there any wonder why there's such a vested interest by their handlers to control and manipulate them to fulfill an inhumane bottom line? Stop and think
Although, the legendary rapper Prodigy, may well have been among the first popular celebrities to use their celebrity and platform to bring attention to conspiracies, secret societies and agendas that we will not learn in school or mass media, there are certainly others who have followed suit in the hip hop world.
Another hip hop legend to speak on such matters was the great and late Tupac Shukar, Tupac was controversial; very outspoken and brutally honest be it on record or in interviews. He is credited for now infamous coined word; Killuminati - a compound word of Kill+illuminati. Tupac’s last album; Makavelil: The Don Killuminati, 7 Day Theory, may have been the project that sealed his untimely death, according to several sources.
Many fans and insiders, believed that Tupac had regrets for selling his soul to a network of extremely wicked and evil forces. Is it a coincidence that two young men (Prodigy and Tupac) who just so happen to shed light and attention to similar conspiracies and secret agendas are deceased at such young ages OR is their untimely and suspicious deaths a red flag - giving them credibility of something more sinister?
Although this video footage is rare - it is but one of many by the brave and outspoken legend and hip hop icon.
One of the latest most outspoken voices on controversial subject matters involving conspiracies in the hip hop world comes from one Yasiin Bey, most known as Most Def. In early 2016, at the age of 42, Mos Def had made an official statement that he would be releasing his final album and would be retiring from hip/hop. According to an interview with the musician in GQ — a reaction to “fear that Mos Def was being treated as a product, not a person.”
Yasin Bey moved to South Africa in 2013 and is documented as saying; “For a guy like me, with five or six generations from the same town in America, to leave America, things gotta be not so good with America.” A few videos have been released to the public from Mos Def where he speaks emotionally and passionately about immigration issues, conspiracies and more.
Comedian and actress, Rosanne Barr is accredited as being the first
celebrity to publicly speak about the use of MK Ultra in Hollywood.
Comedian and actor Jim Carrey, is among Hollywood celebrities who appears to be woke and willing to spill the beans on what he believes to be a secret agendas by the Illuminati. This was certainly something he did in full form in a 2014 appearance on the late night talk show hosted by Jimmy Kimmel.
Carey made a memorable and somewhat controversial entrance, the minute he walked onto the stage he made a hand gesture that many who have researched the Illuminati online would know was linked to this organization. However, it didn’t stop there, Carey continued to ‘jokingly’ make Illuminati references and conspiracies throughout the interview. Many theorize that Carey is now being set up for speaking out and that for his ‘break of oath’ – he is being set up for His fall and character assassination by way of being blamed for His girlfriend's death.
Actual live footage of Jim Carrey on the Jimmy Kimmel live show. Is he joking, mocking or exposing the Illuminati? You be the judge.
Comedian Dave Chapelle has used his platform to suggest that something really sinister is
happening to celebrities - aiding in their mental break downs; use of drugs and ultimate demise.
The term star-whacking was brought to the forefront by veteran actor Randy Quaid... Star whacking is described as the covert murder of celebrities who are either; not cooperating with their handlers or those who are speaking out about the dark and wicked side of the entertainment industry or those who are simply worth more dead than alive; disposable/liquid-able assets. I've viewed several videos by Mr. Quaid with his wife and lawyer and I see and sense a man who is genuine, upright and sincere... Far from the "delusional and paranoid" label that he has been given by those who are outright dismissive and detractors.
Randy Quaid is most known for his starring roles in blockbuster hits such as; National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation; Independence Day, Caddy Shack and Not Another Teen Movie, to name a few.
Part 1 of mini press conference held by Randy Quaid and where he sheds light on a long history of blackmail, extortion and theft by very powerful players in Hollywood.
Could Kanye West's most recent rant on stage be an act of rebellion against his handlers and the system?
The general public may well be surprised at the number of high profile stars who are regular viewers of content by bloggers and vloggers who are far from the 'normal' conventional types. Such celebrities connect and resonate with the unconventional due to the facts that they are literally living in a reality that supports unconventional narratives and realities.
I received a revelation several years ago that many celebrities are actually messengers, gatekeepers, righteous leaders, catalysts and prophets, etc. They are sought after for their gifts and talents; offered fame and wealth and ultimately locked into contracts (which is consent to more than they realize) before they become fully awake and cognizant of what's really going on and what they were actually born to do. The celebrities highlighted in this article are but a few who have awakened to their greater purpose and has broken free and are now using their platform in the reverse of what they were positioned to do. These are the kind of stars who are at the point where they are willing to loose it all -- including the ultimate sacrifice; their lives.
As the old saying goes - "where there's smoke, there's fire" and therefore, we can no longer ignore or dismiss the smoke in the room. Here we have very smart, reputable and credible A list performers of all ages and walks of life exposing some of the same situations. It is time to PAY CLOSE ATTENTION to what's to come...
With the equinox and summer and winter solstice of 2017, in conjunction to an unprecedented number of timeline jumps; this year will be catalyst to spark an acceleration in the rebellion of the celebrated against their captors -- you cam bet on that!
|Posted by AstralBooBaby on March 30, 2017 at 4:45 AM||comments (1)|
Out of curiosity and in lieu of the mounting uncertainty that so many people are expressing about having Donald Trump as America’s 45th President - I decided to do a quick calibration reading on him and what I received, may be somewhat surprising to many! I would be remiss if I were not to state that I am in no shape or form, affiliated with any political party or special interest group. In fact, I am really not much of a follower of politics. Therefore, I hold no bias or emotional attachments to this situation, which makes a reading in this regard much more palatable to a genuine and divinely inspired reading! My intent is to share my impressions and readings that may help to shed a little more light on the silver lining beneath a perceived large dark cloud.
At this present moment, President Trump’s calibration level reads at a positive 525 - this level is in tandem to the spirit and vibration of love, care and ‘service to others!’ It is worth stating for the record that I have done calibration readings on other heads of states and politicians in the past and without a hitch, the majority would register in the zero to negative ‘service-to-self’ end of the spectrum. To date, Trump is the very first person of His caliber that I have performed this form of reading on and got a positive 500+ designation!
Despite the stern ‘shoot from the hip,’ with no filter', shrewd and ruthless business man – President Trump's vibration encompass sympathy and care. I can feel that he really does have a profound love for this country as well! Interestingly enough, I also got a strong impression that President Trump genuinely cares about what people thinks of him. It’s almost as if there are two polar opposite versions of the same man but given the seat that he’s in, the dual persona will work perfectly! I am sensing a strong eagerness and passion to earn the favor of the American people, more-so than from His peer group and constituents! I feel his passion and desire to get things done ASAP and this is a major factor behind the signing of so many Executive orders at an unprecedented pace. I have heard and read people accuse President Trump of many things but I would like to go on record as stating that he is definitely misunderstood and for whatever amount of time He will hold in office - many will come to understand Him more. After the dust settles and people begin seeing the fruits of his works manifesting and that is to restore the republic!
In closing, I feel that President Trump genuinely wants to give the power back to ALL of the people and He will do everything in His power to do just that, despite intense opposition. More Americans will eventually learn of His true intentions and will be pleased with the way in which things will turn around. Ironically, those who voted for Trump with an exclusive ‘service-to-self’ mantra are in for the shock of their lives once Trump shows His righteous hand. On the contrary, those who bought into the divisiveness and propaganda, will find themselves rather pleased with the much of the outcome.
Remember, nothing is ever what it appears in this game called life. Now that there’s a ‘trump card' on the table – be prepared for a lead in a ‘game’ to be played unlike we’ve never seen before!
|Posted by AstralBooBaby on October 25, 2013 at 2:10 PM||comments (3)|
Jim Carey, Tom Cruise, Eddie Murphy, Madonna, Usher, Whitney Houston, are among a few celebrities that have publicly expressed their religious or spiritual interest but are we surprised to learn that most celebrities dodge or avoid such questions altogether? Could it be because many of them may practice a faith, that is not mainstream and therefore, they fear loosing their fan base because of it? Or, could many of them have no religious and spiritual point of focus at all and this too is reason enough to believe that if the public knew where they stood, they risk loosing endorsements and fans? This blog is sort of a follow-up to my previous blog about Preachers and Pastors who live luxurious fanciful lives, while claiming to be real men of God. I wanted to expand the dialogue to celebrity in general. As one who grew up with a Christian background and I still have friends and family members who identify as Christian; I already know that many people of this faith, do not believe that celebrities can be spiritual and famous too. They believe that Hollywood and the mainstream media is ruled by ‘Satan’ or ‘Lucifer’ and therefore, no true spiritual and religious person for Christ could be successful in that world and within the world of the ‘rich and famous’… This is commonly seen as ‘serving 2 masters’ as the Bible has a passage that denounces this.
(Click on link to view video to view Celebrity Spirituality Part 1)
I personally think that people should be allowed to practice and worship as they see fit for them. I feel that many people assume that if one happens to be very wealthy, rich and famous; that true spirituality or faith cannot exist within this paradigm and I disagree with this notion. It is very possible to be of great worldly means and equal spiritual means but to do so would require equal focus and attention and this is where the struggle comes in for many celebrities. Contractually speaking, some celebrities have their lives planned out months and even years in advance. If they do not add clauses in their contracts that would permit or allow them time and space to give focus to their spiritual and religious devotions, they run a high risk of ‘loosing themselves’ in the mist of a heavily ran machine that cares about nothing but their investment or ‘bottom line’ a.k.a. money! Fame does come with a price that most souls are not willing to pay, when someone else invest in their brand. However, if fame comes by way of our own investment, hard work, honor and integrity, we avoid the traps and pitfalls of ‘the 2 master’ dichotomy… We will also have a broader range to do it ‘our way’ without dehumanizing and soul-selling compromise.