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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Daily Insight: The JFK Riddle Solved

Well it took half a century, but I have finally cracked the JFK assassination conundrum. It came to me in a vision while I was dozing. These kinds of visions (mini-dreams) often happen when I relax deeply. Since the moment I had this one I have been preparing a book contract for the big offers coming my way from publishers. The Lord works in mysterious ways. Fame and fortune at last!

The vision was short. Just a mere snippet, a moment in mental time and psychic space. I saw the cavalcade with JFK and Jackie Onassis. Jackie was holding her dead husband in her arms. Then the incredible happened.

I heard a song. 

It was the song that finally solved the riddle. It had a simple melody, and one little line.

JFK was to show the world the limited nature of human life.

That was it.

At this point in time you might be asking yourself why you wasted thirty seconds in reading this. It doesn't even rhyme. After all, I didn't even get anything about who actually shot him. But wait! Think about it. If visions like this have any validity, it means that certain life events have an intrinsic 'meaning', that they occur as a means of the intelligence of the universe instilling some kind of wisdom into the very, very thick human collective psyche.

What the vision suggests to me is that there is an 'energy' in the JFK incident. This can be felt intuitively.

JFK was a glamorous figure; a young and handsome man from a privileged family. He was a statesman of high intelligence and rare oratory power who attained the position of highest power on the planet. He was probably the most famous person in the world at the time of his death. According to certain sources he also had his way with some of the most beautiful and desirable women in the world, including Marilyn Monroe.

And still he perished.

Fame is the ego's way of denying death, because it  'achieves' immortality. The words to the song of the same name make this very clear.

I'm gonna live forever
I'm gonna learn how to fly

I feel it coming together

People will see me and cry

I'm gonna make it to heaven

Light up the sky like a flame

I'm gonna live forever

Baby remember my name



Certainly, fame rocketed JFK to 'heaven', but probably not in quite the way he intended. The deaths of many other famous people can trigger the same issues in the collective human oversoul.

  • The death of Princess Dianna - the most famous and photographed woman in the world.
  • The deaths of Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley. Even being the 'King' of rock or pop can't save you from the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune.
These deaths represent a kind of collective ego fall for humanity: when a delusion comes crashing down. Maybe I'll pass up on that book contract, come to think about it.

So there it is, the JFK riddle 'solved'. About time, too.


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