Time to Transform the Events of 9/11 from Fear to Love
I remember the events of 9/11 on the day it happened quite clearly. I was home for the morning as a senior enlisted officer (SEAL) advisor at the US Naval Academy at the time.
I began watching the news on TV shortly after the first plane hit the twin towers. It was obvious to me after the second plane hit that the US was under a coordinated preplanned attack.
I had actually stood in front of the entire group of senior officers at the Academy, to include the three star admiral in charge of the command, less than one month before and said that I believed security for the Academy was inadequate. I had intuitively known that some type of attack was coming and when it did security at every base across the country and world increased within minutes.
As I watched the first tower dropping I instantly thought “they” (whomever had planned this attack) had gotten inside the building and planted demolition charges. I had been a demolition expert or breacher at several different commands over my 22 year career at the time to include an assault team breacher at SEAL Team Six. I was very well versed in precision demolition charges. When I watched the towers falling a free fall speed and turning into powder I was witnessing the result of similar demotion charges that I had placed during missions where concrete is pulverized into powder. Buildings that collapse without demolition fall and leave behind a mass of large broken chunks of concrete and steal.
This is not something I’m making up as over 1600 Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth have validated this with there own scientific knowledge.
Later I watched as a portion of the pentagon was blown up and then as another hijacked aircraft inbound to Washington, DC went down in Shanksville, PA.
I had my misgivings at the time as to the validity of aircraft having done this much damage to buildings designed to actually resist numerous aircraft crashing into them. The PA crash was just a hole in the ground with no real aircraft parts or any major burning debris fields
I must admit I shrugged it off and got caught up in the furor and patriotism that came out after the purported terrorist attacks.
I remember I was picking my young son at school shortly after the attacks. I was wearing my uniform with my SEAL Trident and 22 years worth of ribbons as I was required to do at the Naval Academy while at work. I had left directly from work to meet my son when I received the first thank you for serving in my entire career from a lady picking up her own son. Over twenty-two years and no one had ever thanked me for my service. I had come into the Navy shortly after Viet Nam when it sucked to be in the military. I had never expected to be thanked quite frankly. I was part of an elite group that prided ourselves as unsung heros.
Now I was being thanked for being someone that could prevent terrorist’s from striking again. I pulled some strings, left the Naval Academy early and went back into the teams shortly after 9/11. I had been promised a platoon and was going to use all of my vast knowledge and experience to stop the terrorist threat. I was excited as many were to serve our country andkeepthe US safe.
I was disappointed as many were when we were not spun up to go fight these terrorists we had been told were coming. It was actually business as usual. I worked to get a platoon regardless. One of the problems with the military is that promises can be broken on a whim to serve the needs of the military. Not only was I a highly regarded warfighter but I was also very good at flying a desk or administrative work. All senior military enlisted officers will eventually fly a dest to help out. It is part of the service that is required. I had done my share and expected to get to do what I loved again and that was operate as promised. I was told the next platoon we really need you now. I said OK but remember you really swore this time. Well two more promises came and went and a year period of doing the admin drudgery. I took pride and applied myself like I do in all things in life. I would lead physical training for the team and teach hand to hand courses on top of my duties. I even used my excess physical energy that usually goes into platoon training to win trophies in four different local bodybuilding contests.
Finally I’d had enough of the broken promises and retired after twenty-four years. When I left it took three other senior enlisted officers to do my job.
I started teaching what I felt would make a bigger impact on humanity and even the military. I started teaching courses in developing remote viewing
I would become fully immersed in teaching deeper aspect of the nonphysical world that would awaken a spiritual enlightenment period within me for a full year. I later decided to help in security contracting and had an even greater awakening during a near death experience (NDE) in Iraq almost ten years ago now. I speak of this in my book The Intuitive Warrior and if you scroll down past this post you will see it in the following post in more detail.
During this NDE I had an ArchAngel Michael experience that awakened remote influencing aspects within me. For almost the last ten years I have worked at keeping state department officials safe with the ability to activate the love aspect that resides in every human being.
Think of a clock shop with many different sized clocks with pendulums ticking back and forth. You have grandfather clocks and small desk sized clocks. They all may initially will be ticking at different rates. Over time these clocks will begin to conform to the larger of the ticking clocks in what is called coherence. They will all eventually tick at the same rate. The sound waves will entrain with the other clocks until they eventually tick at the same rate. This has even been scientifically studied and observed in miniature atomic clocks.
The Heart math institute has done extensive scientific research in the field of physiological coherence. Here is a quote and illustration from their site: Our research has elucidated a clear and definable mode of physiological function that we call physiological coherence. This mode is associated with a sine wave-like pattern in the heart rhythms, a shift in autonomic balance towards increased parasympathetic activity, increased heart-brain synchronization and entrainment between diverse physiological systems.
The Heart’s Electromagnetic Field
The heart’s electromagnetic field–by far the most powerful rhythmic field produced by the human body–not only envelops every cell of the body but also extends out in all directions into the space around us. The cardiac field can be measured several feet away from the body by sensitive devices. Research conducted at IHM suggests that the heart’s field is an important carrier of information.
This is an important scientific finding that validates my ability to move into an area that is war torn and focus my thought energy of love to coherently activate the area and turn it into a more peaceful environment. My aim is to begin teaching others to connect with these intuitive aspects that every human on earth has often latent within them. My abilities were activated by a NDE but these abilities do not need a traumatic experience to activate. I have had that experience and came back to teach it to others.
Our data indicate that one person’s heart signal can affect another’s brainwaves, and that heart-brain synchronization can occur between two people when they interact. Finally, it appears that as individuals increase psychophysiological coherence, they become more sensitive to the subtle electromagnetic signals communicated by those around them. Taken together, these results suggest that cardioelectromagnetic communication may be a little-known source of information exchange between people, and that this exchange is influenced by our emotions.
Head-Heart Entrainment: A Preliminary Survey
Illustrates the entrainment that can occur between the HRV and EEG waveforms. The lefthand graphs show the time domain signals for the HRV and the EEG (brainwaves), while the righthand panels show the frequency spectra during the entrained state. Note the large peak at the entrainment frequency (~0.12 Hz) in both the HRV and the EEG while the subject is in the entrained state.
Key findings: As people learn to sustain heart-focused positive feeling states, the brain can be brought into entrainment with the heart.
Today being 9/11 I did forty minutes of aerobics for by my count the forty SEAL’s that have been killed in combat since 9/11. I also did a group Cross Fit Hero workout where we did 9 sets of 11 reps each of 55 lb kettlebell dead lifts, pushups, pullups and box jumps.
It has been a tradition that those of us still serving and those of us like myself who are in direct support of those that still do will do a Hero workout for our fallen fellow comrades.
The first one of these type of blowout workouts that I led was for Neil Roberts while I was still in the SEAL teams. Neil was a guy that I put through BUD/S training as the phase chief for first phase. He did an excellent job at BUD/S. He later went on to serve at ST-6 where he was the first SEAL to die in combat after 9/11. I even remember going to Neil’s funeral. Every SEAL command on the East coast was there to pay our respects in full uniform. I still remember the haunting sound of the bagpipes that played and the flag that was presented from Neil’s coffin to his family.
So now here we are eleven years after 9/11. Are we any safer today than we were a day before that fateful day?
My belief is that 9/11 was a manufactured event to get us into wars for the benefit of a military industrial complex that President Dwight D. Eisenhower warned us about as he left office. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8y06NSBBRtY
The amount of evidence is overwhelming and a new impartial investigation should begin into who orchestrated the events of 9/11 and has kept our country and most of the world at war. These wars could have been won long ago against a real Islamic militant threat but have been manipulated into continuing at the cost of thousands of American military personnel and 10,000’s of thousands on people in Iraq, Afghanistan and other countries.
Many of the military and support personnel for these wars long ago grew weary of these conflicts. Many suspect ulterior motives other than protecting the American people or helping the people of other countries.
A video I watched recently of a firefighter Eric Lawyer that speaks now for Firefighters for 9/11 truth said it best. He talked of how we can push back the evil that men do through love and forgiveness. I agree and have been able to actually do this through sending thoughts of love and raising the coherence of others in combat zones. You that are reading this can help where you are at by thinking thoughts of love throughout your day. Imagine these thoughts raising the vibrations of anyone that is has a negative intent. Send your thoughts of love and forgiveness to war torn areas. Like a light that sends darkness away the dark ones that have caused these wars and continue to try and foment more will be given no where to hide.
We are at a point in my opinion where it is non patriotic to not look at the evidence objectively and come to the obvious conclusion that 9/11 needs to be reinvestigated. If we come from a place of love we cannot be stopped.
One of my favorite positive events that came out of 9/11 is the following from a Delta Fight Attendant:
“On the morning of Tuesday, September 11, we were about 5 hours out of Frankfurt, flying over the North Atlantic. All of a sudden the curtains parted and I was told to go to the cockpit, immediately, to see the captain. As soon as I got there I noticed that the crew had that “All Business” look on their faces. The captain handed me a printed message. It was from Delta’s main office in Atlanta and simply read, “All airways over the Continental United States are closed to commercial air traffic. Land ASAP at the nearest airport. Advise your destination.”
No one said a word about what this could mean. We knew it was a serious situation and we needed to find terra firma quickly. The captain determined that the nearest airport was 400 miles behind us in Gander, New Foundland. He requested approval for a route change from the Canadian traffic controller and approval was granted immediately–no questions asked. We found out later, of course, why there was no hesitation in approving our request.
While the flight crew prepared the airplane for landing, another message arrived from Atlanta telling us about some terrorist activity in the New York area. A few minutes later word came in about the hijackings.
We decided to LIE to the passengers while we were still in the air. We told them the plane had a simple instrument problem and that we needed to land at the nearest airport in Gander, New Foundland to have it checked out.
We promised to give more information after landing in Gander. There was much grumbling among the passengers, but that’s nothing new! Forty minutes later, we landed in Gander. Local time at Gander was 12:30 PM! . . . that’s 11:00 AM EST.
There were already about 20 other airplanes on the ground from all over the world that had taken this detour on their way to the U.S.
After we parked on the ramp, the captain made the following announcement: “Ladies and gentlemen, you must be wondering if all these airplanes around us have the same instrument problem as we have. The reality is that we are here for another reason.” Then he went on to explain the little bit we knew about the situation in the U.S. There were loud gasps and stares of disbelief. The captain informed passengers that Ground control in Gander told us to stay put.
The Canadian Government was in charge of our situation and no one was allowed to get off the aircraft. No one on the ground was allowed to come near any of the aircrafts. Only airport police would come around periodically, look us over and go on to the next airplane. In the next hour or so more planes landed and Gander ended up with 53 airplanes from all over the world, 27 of which were U.S. commercial jets.
Meanwhile, bits of news started to come in over the aircraft radio and for the first time we learned that airplanes were flown into the World Trade Center in New York and into the Pentagon in DC. People were trying to use their cell phones, but were unable to connect due to a different cell system in Canada. Some did get through, but were only able to get to the Canadian operator who would tell them that the lines to the U.S. were either blocked or jammed.
Sometime in the evening the news filtered to us that the World Trade Center buildings had collapsed and that a fourth hijacking had resulted in a crash. By now the passengers were emotionally and physically exhausted, not to mention frightened, but everyone stayed amazingly calm. We had only to look out the window at the 52 other stranded aircraft to realize that we were not the only ones in this predicament.
We had been told earlier that they would be allowing people off the planes one plane at a time. At 6 PM, Gander airport told us that our turn to deplane would be 11 am the next morning. Passengers were not happy, but they simply resigned themselves to this news without much noise and started to prepare themselves to spend the night on the airplane.
Gander had promised us medical attention, if needed, water, and lavatory servicing. And they were true to their word. Fortunately we had no medical situations to worry about. We did have a young lady who was 33 weeks into her pregnancy. We took REALLY good care of her. The night passed without incident despite the uncomfortable sleeping arrangements.
About 10:30 on the morning of the 12th a convoy of school buses showed up. We got off the plane and were taken to the terminal where we went through Immigration and Customs and then had to register with the Red Cross.
After that we (the crew) were separated from the passengers and were taken in vans to a small hotel. We had no idea where our passengers were going. We learned from the Red Cross that the town of Gander has a population of 10,400 people and they had about 10,500 passengers to take care of from all the airplanes that were forced into Gander! We were told to just relax at the hotel and we would be contacted when the U.S. airports opened again, but not to expect that call for a while.
We found out the total scope of the terror back home only after getting to our hotel and turning on the TV . . . 24 hours after it all started.
Meanwhile, we had lots of time on our hands and found that the people of Gander were extremely friendly. They started calling us the “plane people.” We enjoyed their hospitality, explored the town of Gander and ended up having a pretty good time.
Two days later, we got that call and were taken back to the Gander airport. Back on the plane, we were reunited with the passengers and found out what they had been doing for the past two days. What we found out was incredible.
Gander and all the surrounding communities (within about a 75 Kilometer radius) had closed all high schools, meeting halls, lodges, and any other large gathering places. They converted all these facilities to mass lodging areas for all the stranded travelers. Some had cots set up, some had mats with sleeping bags and pillows set up.
ALL high school students were required to volunteer their time to take care of the “guests.” Our 218 passengers ended up in a town called Lewisporte, about 45 kilometers from Gander where they were put up in a high school. If any women wanted to be in a women-only facility, that was arranged. Families were kept together. All the elderly passengers were taken to private homes.
Remember that young pregnant lady? She was put up in a private home right across the street from a 24-hour Urgent Care facility. There was a dentist on call and both male and female nurses remained with the crowd for the duration.
Phone calls and e-mails to the U.S. and around the world were available to everyone once a day. During the day, passengers were offered “Excursion” trips. Some people went on boat cruises of the lakes and harbors. Some went for hikes in the local forests. Local bakeries stayed open to make fresh bread for the guests. Food was prepared by all the residents and brought to the schools. People were driven to restaurants of their choice and offered wonderful meals. Everyone was given tokens for local laundry mats to wash their clothes, since luggage was still on the aircraft. In other words, every single need was met for those stranded travelers.
Passengers were crying while telling us these stories. Finally, when they were told that U.S. airports had reopened, they were delivered to the airport right on time and without a single passenger missing or late. The local Red Cross had all the information about the whereabouts of each and every passenger and knew which plane they needed to be on and when all the planes were leaving. They coordinated everything beautifully. It was absolutely incredible.
When passengers came on board, it was like they had been on a cruise. Everyone knew each other by name. They were swapping stories of their stay, impressing each other with who had the better time. Our flight back to Atlanta looked like a chartered party flight. The crew just stayed out of their way. It was mind-boggling. Passengers had totally bonded and were calling each other by their first names, exchanging phone numbers, addresses, and email addresses.
And then a very unusual thing happened. One of our passengers approached me and asked if he could make an announcement over the PA system. We never, ever allow that. But this time was different. I said “of course” and handed him the mike. He picked up the PA and reminded everyone about what they had just gone through in the last few days. He reminded them of the hospitality they had received at the hands of total strangers. He continued by saying that he would like to do something in return for the good folks of Lewisporte.
He said he was going to set up a Trust Fund under the name of DELTA 15 (our flight number). The purpose of the trust fund is to provide college scholarships for the high school students of Lewisporte. He asked for donations of any amount from his fellow travelers. When the paper with donations got back to us with the amounts, names, phone numbers and addresses, the total was for more than 14,000 dollars!
The gentleman, a MD from Virginia, promised to match the donations and to start the administrative work on the scholarship. He also said that he would forward this proposal to Delta Corporate and ask them to donate as well.
I just wanted to share this story because we need good stories right now. It gives me a little bit of hope to know that some people in a far away place were kind to some strangers who literally dropped in on them. It reminds me how much good there is in the world.”