Fear of rabbit holes

-March 14, 2021

-Nathalie Ramirez

I think people are afraid of going down rabbit holes because they fear there is something there that’s going to get them! As if the Rona was in there waiting for them.

A rabbit hole has been deemed and considered scary and crazy by any who attempt to enter.

I spend a lot of my time at the openings of these rabbit holes, just sitting here writing in my journal watching the people go by. Many look now at least, pre-plandemic most didn’t even dare glance in the direction of rabbit holes, now people at least look.

It’s rare to see someone go inside, and the ones who do were already frequent visitors familiar with the land and the scenery within said holes.

I throw tid bits out there, pieces and artifacts I find within the holes, for in the holes they’re like museums filled with lots of information gathering dust. Sometimes I spend lots of time polishing these artifacts and I meticulously place them at the feet of the passers by, others it’s just a sneak peek of all there is to know about that particular item.

I go into these holes often of course, I find many piece choices that are very worth my time, every time I go back to learn some more I am a different person so I take in the information much differently.

I used to be erratic and overly passionate, my truths too hard to take because I couldn’t hold back; and with time I’ve learned to refine my technique even if it is still a bit clumsy, hey I’m human.

The time that it takes to look something up, key words and phrases, and to click on the links of supporting information to get a clearer picture, will result in the level one wishes to take it. The more one researches the further from the Muggle reality the majority live in one will get; removing yourself from negativity that arises from people who name call instead of looking into information is what is necessary to keep on going in a positive direction. I find it most ironic that it’s these same people who are offended the most by the words that I say.

Since I was a child I have a offended with words, I said for a long time that I had “foot-in-mouth-syndrome” cos the things in my mind automatically came out of my mouth and more often than not they came out differently than what was going on in my head offending someone around me. I apologize, smile and mean it, and I’m forgiven; but nowadays we communicate only through social media. Words are much different there.

For starters we’re heavily censored by not only monopolistic corporations such as Facebook and Google, but now we are censoring each other.

I was called a name the other day because my beliefs differed from this persons and it stung deeper than I would like to admit, words do hurt, but do I feel the need to make a law that name calling should stop? Lord no.

It gave me pause though, made me realize what it was that has half the country convinced we need to shut down volatility, it was the fact that through social media we actually speak up. We have a courage to say things we wouldn’t say in person otherwise, making it so we express ourselves on the offensive making us offensive. We don’t know how to talk to each other, social skills are not taught in school, in fact there is usually not much talking to be had under supervision because if there is someone to supervise that person is likely lecturing requiring everyone to stay quiet.

It’s a grand farce they’ve concocted, and I wonder really how many are really falling for it, it’s not the majority anymore.

If it’s a fight for words though, my eternal soul would never be able to rest on the sidelines of such a travesty; words are the soul of what it is to be human. Of course we are all connected and those who are in sync think a lot alike, but it’s words that ultimately express who we are, they are so important that they are protected by the 1st Amendment of the Constitution.

I doubt I’m saying anything most didn’t already know, a lot of it is just what’s being pushed, it’s like the puppeteers push memes of what the current topic to be talked about is, right now it’s about taking books off the shelves because of racism, tomorrow it’s gonna be something else, the cycle continues for as long as people choose to be entertained instead of educated. Not to say they are not educated, but I am saying they prefer to be entertained.

I push the idea of entering rabbit holes not with fear but with faith, we are and have been indoctrinated our entire lives, for generations, and yet here we are, still here. Movie rerun clips play in my head where the bad guy says, “if I wanted you dead, you’d be dead”. There are many weapons that kill these days and they are more than just guns, crappy food that causes cancer, vaccines, depression, addiction to toxins, the list goes on.

So it seems they are trying to take away assault rifles now, good luck by the way! But you know what the point of the 2nd Amendment is? It’s not just a Constitutionally protected right, it’s to keep the government in line, no lie! This is true look it up, the purpose of the people to be rightfully armed is to ensure the government here doesn’t repeat history, yet with deception they managed to anyway.

Or at least they are trying.

On the CPAC I heard that we need to fight back, fight back against the corruption, the tracking, the general fraud, and I see many wanting to fight back even if it seems like we don’t know how, and it makes me so damn proud to be an American.

My parents are from Mexico, I am very proud of my culture and it’s beauty, so I don’t mean to put that on the back burner at all. I think that’s why I love this country so much, because I get to be a proud Mexican-American.

There are many who seemed like they were waking up and then with the election fraud they went right back to clinging to their old normal ways; that’s where we are now, with people like me making waves and sometimes even typhoons, and them a wall immovable like stone, while everyone else sits in the stands cheering one or the other on.

It’s certainly an interesting time to be alive, to say the least.

#calixtosgarden #plantingseeds #dealingwithcensorship #neverforget2020

Published by Nathalie Ramirez

My love for humanity, and for the planet, has set me on a path of healing through love, compassion, and understanding. I'm originally from a big city in the big state of Texas, making my personality quite large. I then landed in a small town that's out-of-puzzles gorgeous where people still wave at each other when coming across each other in the street. This transition has helped my development and tried relationships with distance and sacrifice. I have 2 beautiful boys, Silas and Declan, and their loving father, Curtis, who make my world go round. My political views all stem from wanting to protect this beauty in all its forms.

2 thoughts on “Fear of rabbit holes

  1. Love Fear of going down the Rabbit Hole! We all need to go down the Rabbit Hole or there will be no more US! No more USA. Thank you Nathalie for helping me wake up! I’m sorry it took me so long and I was so hard on you at first. I still loved you very much and love you so so much more now!! I’m so Blessed to be on the Patriotic journey with you! ❤️🇺🇸🦅🙏

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    1. Thank you! I appreciate you saying so, and no apologies necessary we all have our own paths to take, our own journeys that all together make that bigger plan that ultimately works in the favor of humans globally. WWG1WGA 🗺
      Thank you for all that you do! You’ve done so much, we are all grateful for the in depth information you share far and wide ❤️ I love you too!!! Now and always!

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