The Final Trick by Greg Calise

When you pull back the curtain on all of the illusions, what you find is quite preposterous. It is so absurd, so far removed from what we perceive as reality, that not many people would ever believe it. It is beyond science fiction.
“The truth is paradoxical to the extent of being exactly contrary to the usual perception.”
- Georges Bataille
Consider what actually lies behind that curtain. Behind the facades we perceive, are truths that are contrary to the perceived realities. It is not what we think it is. We have been trapped, enslaved for thousands of years, without us even realizing it. We are in a labyrinth of illusions, with gate keepers at every step. Sometime, long ago in prehistory, inter-dimensional demiurges came to our Earth to plunder her. They enslaved humanity and proclaimed themselves as almighty god, the creator. The Gnostics called them thearchons. They are the predators, who keep us as their herd, just as we keep farm animals. We are their food. We have been in their grip for thousands of years. The very gods that we pray to for hope and salvation, are the very culprits that prey on us. They are our keepers, and they enslave us, yet we are convinced that they are our creator and savior. Isn’t that ironic? Yes, it all seems quite preposterous. Not at all what it seems.
All of this has been recorded in ancient legends, writings, histories and religious and cultural records. It’s not just some wild story conjured up by some person with a creative imagination. Reality really Is more strange than science fiction. I can understand why not too many people even want to know the reality. David Icke has spoken extensively on this, as well as Michael Tsarion and many others.
I write a lot about the matrix and waking up from it. As the misty veils of illusion are lifted, the reality becomes more visible. But the matrix is far reaching. Beyond the earthly matrix is the cosmic matrix, which is quite vast from our perspective. There are layers, or dimensions of the cosmic matrix, as it extends through the eight dimensions of the cosmos.
Within the cosmic matrix are many false light constructs, each created by a demiurge, an impostor god. Each false light construct can extend through eight dimensions, and also they are vast in size, each one of them could seem as large as a universe, and yet they are only a tiny fraction of the entire universe. But when you are inside them, they seem all compassing. Just another illusory trick. Many of these false light realms extend upon our planet, through the programmed minds of people.
For example, Jehovah is an impostor god that has created his own matrix of false light. His realm stretches throughout all of the cosmic dimensions and is vast in scope. It appears on our planet through the minds of the followers of Jehovah, as they are programmed to believe in his doctrine, they then perceive a world tinted by those beliefs.
There are many religions and new age doctrines on this planet, so we have many false light realms existing here simultaneously, each generated through the programmed minds of their followers. You can have a room full of Hindus, Buddhists, Moslems, Christians, Jews, etc. and each of those false light realms exists within the same room, each within the programmed minds of the followers. Each person, through his programmed mind, perceives reality through the filters of his beliefs, and therefor places an overlay of illusions of the false light matrix over the truth.
Each of these false light realms has many levels of their heavens. In the Puranas, there are many descriptions of the realms of the Hindu gods and goddesses. There are also descriptions of the seven layers of the realms of the demons. These are the heavens. From what I have gathered, there seems to be many demiurges, each with their own false light realm, and they are all under one umbrella. George Kavassilas describes from his journeys, that they are all under Jehovah.
What I have described so far is the stage on which a very heinous crime is perpetrated upon humanity. You see, it’s not enough for them to simply enslave us and feed off of us in this life. We are trapped in their web. It is called the wheel of Samsara. In Reincarnation Is Enslavement, I explained how the souls are recycled into new bodies in the matrix.
“So the next question is: What happens when we die? When we die, we enter the cosmic matrix, another false light construct which we call heaven. Our souls are trapped within this prison of the gods. After some time in the false heavens, we return again in the same cycle. This is called the wheel of samsara, the cycle of birth and death.”
What the religions and new age call heaven, are all false light constructs, where the souls are given a reprise from the pain and suffering inflicted upon them in their earthly incarnations; pain inflicted by the very god they pray to. Yet, even in “heaven” the souls are still being fed upon. Then they are recycled into another body in the matrix, with a short duration of life; far too short to be able to find their way out of the Labyrinth. There are gatekeepers everywhere. This is the plight of humanity. This little video gives a glimpse of the reality one faces at death.
This is the final grand trick. No matter what you do or believe here in your earthly body, at the time of death, we are yet tricked again. We are tricked to enter into the heavens to be recycled. When one first leaves his mortal coil, he is quite disoriented. He may encounter angels or loved ones who will urge the newly departed soul to follow them. Or he may encounter a tunnel that leads to a light. He is urged to ascend the tunnel, where he is greeted by angels, guides, loved ones etc. The newly departed soul believes he is in a true heaven. But all of these angels, loved ones etc. are not actually who they are pretending to be.
Val Valerian is a pseudonym of an ex CIA operative that wrote books about the matrix a decade before the movie. He writes:
“It is they [Grey aliens] who await in the light when a human being dies. The human being is then recycled into another body and the process begins all over again… Hence the Light and Tunnel at death Trap. Scanning someone they wish to recycle as they near death, the aliens discover who the person was close to has died. They project the person(s) image in the white light tunnel and the image waves you in deeper. If you CHOOSE to follow you can be trapped and sent to another incarnation of their choice… these entities view Earth as a big farm.”
– Val Valerian, Matrix II & Matrix V
In Matrix V, Valerian writes, “They want to recycle low to lower mid-level spirits into another breeding productive incarnation. Hence the Light and Tunnel at death Trap. Scanning someone they wish to recycle as they near death, the aliens discover who the person was close to has died. They project the person(s) image in the white light tunnel and the image waves you in deeper. If you CHOOSE to follow you can be trapped and sent to another incarnation of their choice. This shows the Empire does have an understanding of the spirit, but it attempts to short this out. The Light and Tunnel trap is a relatively new device, but one that will fail and they now know this. ‘Go into the Light’ say those who have had near death experiences. They are the salespersons chosen to advertise this alien venture. NEVER enter that light. Go up, left, back, right or anywhere but there. The mass media exposure of the Light and Tunnel trap (seen in the film ‘Ghost’, where the hero willingly enters the glittering trap) is to try to get people to buy the destination.”
I agree with what he has described. We are recycled over and over until we break free. The light and the tunnel at the time of death are traps. The final nasty trick. There are so many books being written about the death experience, NDE, people communicating from heaven, going toward the light, etc. They all speak about going towards the light as the doorway to heaven. It’s only a larger cage with more toys. Again, these books are all there to lead you astray, just like the waiter Andrea, in Monte Python’s The Meaning of Life. What they describe is the repose between bodies, where little do they realize, they are still being fed upon. It’s the energies of the captured souls in heaven that help create the heavenly false light construct. The head honcho god also feeds off of the captured souls to satisfy his addictions.
Yikes! Holy Shit! This really Is a nasty trick. Just about everyone assumes you are supposed to go through the tunnel to the light at the time of death. Everyone assumes that the loved ones and angels meeting us are genuine. Everyone assumes that at the time of death, god would claim us back to his abode…….. well, he does. It’s just not the god that you were expecting. Everyone assumes that after death, they are free of bondage. I’m happy to put a hole in that grand illusion. Welcome to the cosmic matrix. The rabbit hole just keeps getting deeper.
So what is one supposed to do upon death? Well, I can’t say with any certainty. I wouldn’t go toward any tunnels or lights. And if angels and loved ones came, I would politely thank them for the invitation, but decline. The only light that you should be interested in is the light shining from your innermost soul. Follow that light, the light of your own Self, deep within. I’m sure you will find your destination.
It is said that Jesus, upon his resurrection, opened the gates of heaven, which had been closed since the time of Adam. Adam was the first offspring of genetical engineering done to man long ago by the gods. At this time, the matrix was established, and we have been trapped here ever since. If Jesus reopened the gates to freedom, to the true heaven; if he broke the tunnels leading to the false heavens, then the priests closed the gates shortly after he left. Jesus remarked in the Gospel of Judas, that the god Jehovah that his disciples worshipped, was not his god; that his god was within. Perhaps Jesus taught the true path, but then all of his teachings became corrupted by the priests.
I bring this up, because I have an optimistic feeling about all of this. I notice that there are large groups of people that are somewhat aware of this alien agenda, as we see the sizes of the audiences of David Icke, Michael Tsarion, George Kavassilas and others that have been exposing the truths of the alien influences upon our planet. When David Icke first started speaking about aliens and bloodlines, people thought he was crazy. Yet now, less that 20 years later, it is becoming widely accepted by many people. More and more truths are becoming revealed. Yet I do not see anyone speaking about the lights and tunnel at the time of death, or the fact that we are recycled in this prison. I brought it up last summer in Reincarnation Is Enslavement, and I probably mention it else where. But the writing of Val Valerian is the first time I see others talking about this major nasty trick.
Val Valarian writes, “The Light and Tunnel trap is a relatively new device, but one that will fail and they now know this.” Could it be that if enough people can awaken to this grand deception, then their device for recycling souls would fail? Perhaps the device is breaking due to its own weaknesses, or other factors. Could the doorways to freedom be opening? If so, I’d run for the opening. So in spite of this nasty deception, I feel optimistic that it may be time for it to collapse.
I hope so, because the external world seems to be heading for heavy turbulence, with much shit flying. Whatever is happening, at least now we know not to go towards the light or the tunnel. Spread the word.
- Greg Calise


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After seven-and-a-half years, Johnny Morris' Top of the Rock Ozarks Heritage Preserve reveals the majestic beauty of the Ozarks as it has never been seen before. This landmark first for the region will be home to remarkable restaurants, world-class golf, and extraordinary attractions.

Unique Missouri wilderness resort wows with new feature

Larry Olmsted, Special for USA TODAY3:23 p.m. EDT June 16, 2014
RIDGEDALE, Mo. -- Jurassic Park was fiction. Big Cedar Lodge is very real. But suddenly the two are inviting comparisons thanks to some surprising and unique resort offerings.
Big Cedar's latest addition, Top of the Rock, includes automated electric carts that whisk guests down a 2 1/2-mile nature trail, past caves and waterfalls, to a museum depicting long-extinct local denizens of Missouri's Ozarks, like the giant American cave lion and hell pig. The golf clubhouse may well be the only one on earth greeting players with a full-sized woolly mammoth skeleton. And there are similar one-of-a-kind attractions and experiences at every turn, from Segway tours of a 10,000-acre nature preserve to cabins theme-decorated and named for famous guests, from Kevin Costner to Dale Earnhardt Jr. to President George H.W. Bush.
Practice Course Falls and Hills
(Photo: Big Cedar Lodge)
The resort has long been popular with avid anglers and locals throughout the Upper South, but earlier this month it hosted the network telecast of the Big Cedar Lodge Legends of Golf presented by Bass Pro Shops, a new PGA Champions Tour (formerly Senior Tour) event. Making history as the first PGA Tour-sanctioned event to include a par-3 course, the tournament was played over both the Top of the Rock par-3 layout designed by Jack Nicklaus and another Big Cedar course, Buffalo Ridge, a full-sized Tom Fazio design named for its free-ranging bison. The 45 holes, plus a 70,000-square-foot grass putting course by Tom Watson and elaborate practice facility by Arnold Palmer, have moved Big Cedar Lodge into the nation's pantheon of top golf resorts. But there is much more than golf.
A woolly mammoth skeleton greets visitors at Top of the Rock, a new addition to the Big Cedar Lodge resort in Ridgedale, Mo.
A woolly mammoth skeleton greets visitors at Top of the Rock, a new addition to the Big Cedar Lodge resort in Ridgedale, Mo. (Photo: Big Cedar Lodge)
Big Cedar is easiest to understand for the millions who have visited a Bass Pro Shops retail store – the flagship location in nearby Springfield, Mo., is the state's most visited tourist attraction, eclipsing the Gateway Arch. Known for "bringing the outdoors inside," each of these 70-plus mega-stores is a fantasy of elaborate aquariums, mounts, and artwork depicting the natural features of the area in which it is located. Most locations boast live feedings, educational classes, restaurants, shooting ranges, and some even have museums and in one case, a bowling alley. The common theme is entertainment in the form of extremely elaborate displays. The same approach was employed at Big Cedar.

Big Cedar Lodge was created by Bass Pro Shops founder and owner Johnny Morris.
Bass Pro Shops founder and owner Johnny Morris is a low-key billionaire who annually makes the Forbes list of richest Americans. Big Cedar Lodge is his Xanadu, a labor of love he has been working on for more than a quarter of a century. Morris roams the property incognito, tweaking details and watching guest reactions to everything from meals to the endless artwork; he personally painted the hand-lettered signs on his new nature trail. When asked about his philosophy for the resort he replies simply that he wants guests to go home and tell their friends, "Hey, you got to see this."
Born and raised in the Ozarks, Morris purchased the historic but defunct Devil's Pool dude ranch on Table Rock Lake's shore, and after mixing restored century-old stone and wood buildings with new facilities, he opened Big Cedar, just 10 miles from tourist epicenter Branson, in 1988. A fishing-centric property with a marina on the pristine and nearly 70-square-mile lake, it spanned 850 acres, but has grown nearly tenfold in recent years.

The resort spanned 850 acres when it opened in 1988, but has grown nearly tenfold in recent years.
The resort spanned 850 acres when it opened in 1988,
but has grown nearly tenfold in recent years. 
(Photo: Big Cedar Lodge)
Besides a fleet of rental fishing boats, there is water skiing, stand-up paddle boarding, kayaking, and leisure cruises on water, and stables with trail rides, cowboy dinners, wagon and carriage tours on dry land. A brand new luxury spa has fireplaces in every treatment room, while an elaborate fitness center offers a wide range of public classes daily, from yoga to guided hikes around the vast property, which is laced with nature trails. The focus is on active outdoor recreation, but there are also a half dozen varied restaurants and bars, live entertainment and a billiard hall.
While not expensive by luxury hotel standards, lodging spans a wide range of price points, with a mix of 139 hotel-style rooms in three large lodges and 90 individual cabins, many with whirlpool tubs, kitchens and decks with gas grills.
A few miles away sits Dogwood Canyon, a 10,000-acre non-profit nature preserve created by Morris that runs from near Table Rock Lake all the way into Arkansas. The canyon is vehicle free except for electronic tram tours on a 3.2-mile trail running its length, which crosses streams 17 times on hand-built stone bridges while passing six waterfalls. The trail can also be explored on foot, rental bicycles or even Segways.
The big additions this year include the opening of a new Outdoor Academy and Top of the Rock. This 462-acre playground includes a castle-like clubhouse that combines a giant stone building evoking medieval Tuscany with a 200-year-old Amish barn relocated piece by piece from Pennsylvania. This imposing edifice includes two restaurants, the Buffalo Bar with a 13,000-year-old Bison Antiquus skeleton, and the Ancient Ozarks Natural History Museum, a full-blown museum celebrating the history and nature of the region. It has several galleries devoted to Native American art and artifacts, plus large enclosed dioramas showcasing the once local cave lion, hell pig, terror bird, Missouri ground sloth, short-faced cave bear and bear dog. The clubhouse entrance has the Missouri mammoth skeleton, and in the midst of all this intrigue is a typical golf pro shop. Immediately outside are the Nicklaus-, Watson- and Palmer-designed golf facilities, while Buffalo Ridge and a second full-sized course under renovation to reopen next spring sit a few miles away. Resort guests arrive at Top of the Rock via its other major attraction, a 2 1/2- mile electric cart ride on Lost Canyon Nature Trail, through natural rock formations and past a large cave.
The 900-acre Outdoor Academy opens this fall, focused on shooting sports with upland bird hunting, sporting clays and skeet, firearm safety classes and a BB gun range. It has its own clubhouse featuring bowling alley, billiards, and bar with card tables and big-screen TV.
With such an extensive and varied array of facilities, Johnny Morris has created a resort that pays homage to his beloved Ozarks while appealing to a broad audience of anglers, golfers, hunters, outdoor lovers or anyone seeking rustic peace and quiet, with an equally varied range of accommodations and dining. The result is unlike anything else in the nation.
If you go
Big Cedar Lodge (800-225-6343; big-cedar.com) is less than an hour from the Springfield, Mo., airport and just 20 minutes from the smaller Branson airport, served by Southwest and Frontier. Lodging is all in the original part of the resort, and rates for standard rooms begin at less than $100 on off-peak dates, while private cabins run from about $240 to $440 in high season. The new Top of the Rock section of the resort has golf and a museum (big-cedar.com/Page/Top-of-the-Rock.aspx). Nearby Dogwood Canyon Nature Park, a separate non-profit and not part of the resort, is a popular amenity with Big Cedar guests (dogwoodcanyon.org).



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The building, called Pensmore, promises to be one of the largest residential homes in the country when construction is completed — 72,000 square feet of living space that includes 13 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms and enough amenities to entertain a small city.

But instead of appearing in New York or Florida, where lavish living requires no explanation, the mansion was built in a thickly wooded plot of land in Christian County, halfway between Springfield and Branson. The nearest major landmark is a cathedral that bills itself as the smallest in world.

“It’s really strange, and we’re thinking something’s up,” said Michele Grider, who lives just down the road. “If there was a nuclear thing they could hide a bunch of important people there.”
The owner, Steven T. Huff, 60, has heard all the “goofy speculation,” as he calls it. His background — he sold the company he founded that makes software for military and intelligence agencies to Textron several years ago — has encouraged the rumors. But he said that his current work prompted him to build such a large second home.

As a major investor and board chairman of TF Concrete Forming Systems, he wanted to demonstrate the viability of new concrete technology that he believes will lower energy consumption. The size of the building, which is significantly larger than the White House, partly reflects a desire to build at a commercial scale for testing purposes, he said. He adds that he plans to have many guests.

The house — officially a single-family residence — has been under construction for nearly two years, and a recently posted Web site shows its progress. There are probably another two years to go before it is completed, which has irritated some neighbors who say the work has disrupted the serenity of the area and has cut off what used to be prime hunting grounds. Mr. Huff would not reveal the cost. (Though the purchase price of the land is not public, Christian County records show the more than 500 acres, historically used for logging and grazing cattle, was appraised at just over $50,000.)

Mr. Huff, a longtime resident of Virginia, chose the site on Woods Fork Road because it is just hours from his boyhood home. Also, he said building in that part of the country would help him show how the technology handles both hot and cold weather and even tornadoes. Finally, there is another advantage — by locating in an area famous for a small government approach, he is not subject to building regulations or inspection, which he said would have complicated his efforts.

“We try not to be more intrusive than we have to,” said Todd Wiesehan, planning and zoning administrator for the county. He added that Mr. Huff had nevertheless invited some local officials to tour the construction site. “You don’t appreciate just how large it is until you drive up,” Mr. Wiesehan said. “It’s very, very big.”

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