The biggest thing being overlooked by the “alternate community” is the inner process work needed to transform their shadow sides and make it an integrated aspect of their conscious lives. Websites, blogs, and teachers that make emotional integrative work available are not as attractive as the disclosure aspects (disclosing aliens, government conspiracies, etc), probably because it is esoteric vs exoteric in nature. Just as the mystical practices are esoteric compared to their exoteric religious counterparts, emotional and psychological (Jungian) process work is esoteric compared to their exoteric disclosure (as well as other exoteric awakening such as the New Age, western tantra, etc…) counterparts. I’m all for telling the truth and bringing this out of the shadows, but the shadow government is just the byproduct of our own internal shadows that we still suppress and hide from ourselves. We will get disclosure from our governments when we are finally open to disclosing our deepest innermost secrets about ourselves—to ourselves.
NOTE: this is not an indictment of David’s analysis or website, but of the exoteric scope of perception that many within the alternative community hold. With that being said, David’s analysis of the first episode is a really good starter about the very real disclosure that just occurred via the Fox channel’s “X-Files”.
By David Nova | From Deus Nexus
I expected some fireworks. I didn’t expect the television to blow up.
The X-Files returned to network television for a six episode miniseries. The show was created by Chris Carter, which originally aired for nine seasons from 1993 to 2002 on the Fox network. The series premiered simultaneously in Canada and the USA on Sunday, January 24, 2016.
During its run, the science fiction/horror show dealt with a multitude of conspiracies, including a U.S. government coverup of extraterrestrial visitation and the phenomenon of alien abduction. For good or ill, no other program has been more influential in raising the public consciousness on the topic of UFOs and exopolitics.
The show stars David Duchovny as FBI special agent Fox Mulder, previously assigned to the X-Files, a firm believer in the paranormal and the existence of extraterrestrial life. Gillian Anderson plays Dana Scully, a medical doctor and FBI agent previously assigned to the X-Files to overlook the validity of its cases. Scully is initially a skeptic but eventually comes to believe.
The original series often took a long and meandering, sometimes confusing, journey in revealing its central extraterrestrial conspiracy. The show was unique for television, as it provided no easy answers and seldom gave any resolution to its stories. As a mirror to real life, it left the question of UFOs and extraterrestrials an open question.
Episode One: My Struggle
All that changed dramatically on Sunday night with the premier of Episode 1, “My Struggle.” In one hour, network television did something utterly unbelievable. The X-Files gave us full disclosure, and I’m still trying to wrap my head around it.
“Are we being lied to?” – Fox Mulder
The show began with a lengthy prologue from Fox Mulder, summing up the plot of the original series, yet providing plenty of concise, real world information. The program then went into a reenactment of the infamous Roswell crash, using the event as a cornerstone for the plot.
Read the rest of the article at David’s site, HERE.