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9/11 truth: why are people in denial? MATTHEW WARD

Now I am speaking only as Matthew. What I shall say is known to all souls at this station, but for two reasons it’s appropriate that I speak for myself. The first is because I was a guest-in-spirit, you could say, at a recent conversation among my sister, mother and two visiting friends. They think most people in the United States will be in shock when the truth comes out that officials at the highest level of their government were involved in the national tragedy that occurred September 11, 2001.


Since shortly after that event, photographs; scientific analysis of tower debris; reports from engineers, architects and individuals in the aviation industry; and the numerous deviations from standard procedures have been available on the Internet, clearly showing that the official story is false. Still, most people who would see that evidence would choose not to believe it. Why? From infancy you are told that whatever “authorities” say is correct and in your best interests. At first it is parents and other adult family members, and as children age, authorities include teachers, religious leaders, doctors, dentists and elected officials. Learning that persons whose information you regarded as gospel were wrong is disillusioning. That a president and his colleagues could so mercilessly, treacherously betray their nation and lie to the world is inconceivable.

The other reason I am speaking for myself also pertains to 9/11. A nurse whose patients sometimes talk to her after they transition sent an email to my mother. She wrote that a representative for the people who died when the towers were demolished told her they wanted to send through me their message to the world, and their words are as cogent now as those years ago:

          “Let no more lives be taken. This is the time to keep love above all, for compassion, for bringing healing to the bereaved and injured, for bringing healing to Earth. Please know that the hearts that are hardened into wanting to kill others as their tribute to us, they need light above all. We petition you from the whole of this realm of Heaven to speak of love, of opening eyes to seeing clearly what is happening on Earth, and rising above the tragedy that has been perpetrated by a darkness you cannot even imagine, where your entire world is expendable. We see this from here. We need you to help the myriad lightworkers by uplifting your hearts and allowing light to come in, by comforting those in fresh sorrow. You must hear our plea. We are working in the light to assist you, and we are forever bonded with you in love.”

All sensitive souls in this universe are saddened by the continuing of bloodshed, and in moments even you lightworkers think it could be unending. Dear ones, the killing will end and so will unquestioned acceptance of information from “authorities.” You say, “The truth will set you free.” Yes! Not only will long-hidden truths emerge, but people are beginning to trust their soul-level guidance wherein truth is known, and changes demanded by enlightened peoples will bring a world at peace.

Message from Matthew, January 18, 2016

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