Send in the Clones: Donald Marshall and the Underworld

Donald Marshall’s testimony is among the most valuable to emerge from whistleblowers and also among the most disturbing. It’s chiefly known for documenting the Elite’s widespread use of cloning and cloning centres, as well as the parasitical effects of the Vril lizard on a human host. Marshall’s experiences in the centres make for grim reading, his gifts as a musical prodigy only having gone so far in protecting him from the torture, murder (of clone bodies) and debasement of the arena, where he’d be watched by gathered clones of celebrities and politicians. While Marshall touched on many different subjects over

God & Related Bothering

Actually, there isn’t a whole lot of interrogation of “God” here, or “All That Is” (per Seth) or Source, or Higher Self, or the Infinite Creator (per Ra) with his intelligent infinity (in whom, there is “all that there is”). I’d suggest it’s probably quite easy to intuit some moderate, even ground on the God concept without applying either the extremes of a bearded guy sitting on a cloud or the sneering dismissiveness of Richard Dawkins.  The Seth Material offers some good fodder, however, notably in Dreams, Evolution and Value Fulfilment Volume 1, where Seth identifies the difficulty of explaining

The Seth Material

As far as bodies of channelled teachings go, The Seth Material forms a significantly vaster pool than the more concentrated Ra (The Law of One) work. Which is not to grant it any kind of edge, per se. While both stress the importance of personal development, and with it expressly eschew a concentration on what Ra refers to as “transient” material – to the extent that physical-world “facts”, when cited, may be variable in reliability – they take distinctive tacks that may be part and parcel of their sources.  Ra hails from a sixth-density “social memory complex”, while Seth is