Why recognizing conspiracy is so taboo (& why that’s changing)

You’ve seen those movies. The ones where the main character goes crazy, becomes paranoid or schizophrenic, lines his walls with paper documents and picture clues, connects them with string or red ink. He’s attempting to prove a conspiracy and no one’s listening so he goes deeper and deeper into his paranoia. Everyone discounts him until one day they begin to notice the cues around them and finally admit he was right all along.

Believing in the possibility of conspiracies is extremely taboo and accepting them as fact is even more discouraged. “There is no mal intent here, stop looking. Stop being crazy” a person is told. Questioning a person’s sanity almost always gets them back in line so the underlying intention that is being hidden (aka conspiracy) never comes to light or isn’t believed thanks to a string of Bulverisms and deflection.

At least that’s how it used to be. Along with the #metoo movement shedding light on sexual abuses, it’s also shed light on conspiracies. Harvey Weinstein had his victims followed. Uber suveilled at least one corporate employee who had been sexually harassed by her boss after HR gaslighted her and turned her away. Rose McGowan was befriended by a woman she divulged secrets to who later turned out to be working on behalf of her perpetrator.

Prior to #metoo, these would have been written off as delusions. Now we have learned they are the narcs’ standard operating procedure. It is the reality of the world that we live in and it has been going on for a very long time.

Being intuitive requires you admit to conspiracy. I’m not talking about the “who killed JFK” and “911 was an inside job” conspiracies, though maybe those interest you as well. I mean that you must not only believe in the possibility of a hidden intention but you also must work to expose it. It means you can no longer discount the feeling of “something isn’t right in this situation” or “sure that person did something unethical but I’ll ignore it because why would they do that? No one would ever do such a thing. I must be mistaken.”

Once you admit to the reality of mal intent, you can begin to see that the experiences humans have are constructed. In other words, though you think you are having organic experiences, they are in fact being controlled behind the scenes by someone who wants you to do what they want. Or, they want a certain outcome that benefits them and they will work to get that, no matter the cost. It’s that simple.

In fact, you must fight hard for the freedom to have organic experiences in the first place. This is why I strongly suggest all empaths get away from their narcissistic/sociopathic handlers immediately.

It is this divergence between what we think life is and what we come to find after becoming intuitive that makes a person begin to question life and this reality as a whole. “Why am I being controlled or directed in the first place?”

And this is one of the reasons becoming intuitive is so essential. If you are born into a reality that everyone considers normal, that few question, and where identifying mal intent is discouraged or punished, you begin to understand the nature of this reality. Once you understand the nature of this reality, you free yourself of the energetic chains imposed into you. Then you can ascend out of the constructed reality and be free as a spiritual being rather than a physical being.

Doing so requires that you get help from sources outside of this reality. This is why I talk you though channeling messages from the other side in my book How to Become Intuitive. It is also why I quote and rely on spiritual teachers such as the Buddha and Jesus Christ so often. Stop looking at them as religious figures and begin looking at them as otherworldly anthropologists. If you are born into the reality, it is hard to see beyond it and to see there are other (healthy) ways of thinking and operating. They didn’t come to have us worship them. They came to show us how insane this reality is.

When your nervous system begins giving you clues that something isn’t right, something is going on behind the scenes, or that someone can’t be trusted, you must learn to listen. The answers may not come immediately but you will begin to notice how what someone says and what someone does in public diverges. You will then understand that there is an intention being withheld. You will understand there is more to what you have felt.