Are You a Slave or a Free Person?

I can only speak as a person with an American awareness, but I would say that most Americans believe that slavery was abolished by the Civil War. They may have some idea that it might exist marginally in some other lesser developed countries. We think of slavery as someone taken unwillingly and being subjected to someone else’s authority and control. A complete loss of self will and direction, even physical restriction.

So, when you think about it – that makes everyone on Earth a slave.

Earth has been a prison planet for thousands of years. Benevolent extra-terrestrial races have been kept away, and the people of the Earth have not only been enslaved here, their souls have been enslaved here too. Now, maybe there were good reasons for that – but the fact remains that Earth inhabitants and their souls have been slaves subjected to repeated incarnations so that they could continue as slaves.

So, how do you spot a slave?

Look for it in a person who is so ingrained in the calculated culture of greed and consumerism that they will steal, charge more on their credit cards than they could possibly pay and buy a new car if their neighbor buys one. 

Look for it in a person who will see politicians do the opposite of what they say they will do, who prove that they cannot work together, and make no real progress towards solving the needs of the people – and yet allow the system to continue.

Look for it in a person who stays in a physically and emotionally abusive environment.

Look for it in anyone addicted to sex, pornography, alcohol, drugs, fame, wealth, attention, adrenaline, food, cigarettes, people, false concepts, false ideals, false religions, false idols, false heroes and false history.

Look for it in people who have no hope, no dreams and no sense of security.

Look for it in people who see a world out of balance and who believe they cannot change it.

Look for it in people who don’t see that the world is out of balance.

Look for it in people who will join an institution whose first order of business is to take the individuality right out of you, demand your absolute submission to their authority, and who willingly obeys them no matter that they tell you to murder in all conceivable manner, and who look the other way when you add a little, or lot, of rape and theft – because that’s somehow justified in a time of war.

Look for it in people who don’t really add up how many ways they are being taxed and who aren’t more careful about how their tax money is spent.

Look for it in women who accept second class status.

Look for it in people who stay in jobs they despise.

Look for it in people who stay in relationships where there is no love.

Look for it in people who are mired in their routines.

Look for it in people who are stuck in their opinions.

Look for it in people who can’t adapt to change.

Look for it in people who don’t have confidence in their own opinions.

Look for it in the jaded person – they are a slave to their own negativity.

Look for it in the vain person – they are a slave to their own ego.

Look for it in the timid person – they are a slave to their own fears.

Look for it in the caustic person – they are a slave to their own toxicity.

Look for it in the person who feels the compulsion to make others happy at their own expense.

Look for it in the one who always has to have the latest version of whatever it is they want.

Look for it in the one who will callously treat another just to have sex – they are a slave to their own selfishness.

Look for it in the one who is tortured by their own mind, who says the most hateful and negative things to themselves. Who remembers every stupid thing they ever said, every unkind thing ever said to them, every horrific experience, every painful loss, every failure, every feeling of despair and loneliness – they are slaves to their past.

Look for it in the one who cares about other people’s opinions of themselves.

Look for it in the one who believes they must believe what others tell them. That there are authorities over them who should tell them what to believe. They are slaves to their lack of knowledge of themselves as god-sovereign beings.

Look for it in people who will use and manipulate people to their own advantage. They are slaves to their sense of self-importance and lack of empathy.

Look for it in people who don’t notice that all the news outlets report the same set of news.

Look for it in people who allow their water to be poisoned – as if they don’t have to drink it to live.

Look for it in people who don’t notice that pharmaceutical companies have billions of dollars to give to politicians and physicians.

Look for it in people who allow foreign corporations to buy up their water supplies.

Look for it in people who invest their retirement savings in a crapshoot called the stock market.

Look for it in people who allow one percent of the population to own ninety percent of the wealth.

Look for it in people who allow a foreign corporation to own their utilities.

Look for it in people who turn a blind eye to blatant corruption in the Catholic Church – they are slaves to dogma and ritual.

Look for it in people who are controlled and surveilled in myriads of ways – and are completely unaware.

Look for it in people who allow their government employees to treat them badly.

Look for it in people who forget that they are the employer of their government employees.

Look for it in people who allow themselves to pay fines, tickets, licenses, permits, registrations, fees and taxes.

Look for it in people who don’t notice how the big businesses buy up the little businesses and then the competing big businesses buy up each other until you end up with no competition and none of your money is going to your neighbors – but to foreign corporations.

Look for it in people who haven’t noticed that the entire corporate scheme is just a method for the greedy to steal everything and avoid taxes and liability. Sole proprietors must have any payments made to them reported to the I.R.S., but corporations are exempt. Look carefully at the fire path through Paradise California. Notice the areas where homes were incinerated, but trees and plants mere feet away were not burned. This is because PG&E purposefully torched those homes via an electrical surge through the smart meters required to be on their homes. They sent a huge electrical surge throughout the houses wiring. Then PG&E filed for bankruptcy to escape liability. PG&E is owned by the Rothchild’s. Should they get bankruptcy protection? Talk to the people in Napa California who saw the fires start there and they will tell you it was from either laser like beams from the sky, or wind-whipped electrical wires touching and sending sparks into trees and dry grasses. My guess is the Rothchild’s own that utility too.

Look for it in people who watch the moral decay of their society for decades and do nothing to reverse it – they are slaves to their apathy.

But ENOUGH of this slavery business! I am done with it! I have abolished it from my life!

My greatest hope is that you will abolish it from your life too.

Written by Melinda Siebold. I welcome the free sharing of my messages as long as they are not altered in any way, and this notice is included. For more of my work go to 144000.world