I cannot believe that a Health and Wellness site is promoting this incredulous story in a way that is intended to make the reader feel helpless.
In reference to the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, and the strange “facts” surrounding its disappearance, the conclusion of this article, speaking to the possibility of a weapon that made the airplane “vanish”, Health Ranger Mike Adams says…
“If there does exist a weapon with such capabilities, whoever controls it already has the ability to dominate all of Earth’s nations with a fearsome military weapon of unimaginable power. That thought is a lot more scary than the idea of an aircraft suffering a fatal mechanical failure.”
Really? Is this conclusion at attempt to build your readership’s confidence in their health and bodies, or to destroy such by issuing fear. To completely give up any hope and control, to believe that this, and all of these weapons and capabilities exist – is to deny our very existence – the miracle that makes our thoughts and actions even possible. To believe in some great, grand, all-powerful force – that can find anyone, anywhere, that can kill anyone, anywhere – that can essentially work to “control mankind” – is an attempt to use fear to stop you from believing in yourself and your ability to control your thoughts, and your actions.
Maybe the scariest thought in the world is not the idea that you do not control anything and are at the whims of great and powerful government forces, but instead, that you do control everything – and are completely responsible for your thoughts, your beliefs, and your world that you create.
Don’t get me wrong, I am well aware of awful and horrible things world-wide, but I refuse to have people try to scare me with this idea of someone or something being able to kill me. So what? I will die – and I will die knowing that I never gave power to these people who seek to control you by making you afraid. In that, I am free.
After years and years of living in the dark spaces of the unknown and the uncontrollable, I will find peace, and I will refuse to be motivated by fear.
– Tisha T. Casida