New Episode Path of the Jedi

Link to entire episode. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6fqWZ3B24W5QjhnSDlyTDlQXzQ/view?usp=sharing

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Spirits are talking are you listening?

Did you know that we all have the Ability to speak to the dead? You don’t have to have years of training to do this. I don’t claim to be the expert on the subject matter. But I do spend a good amount time trying to quiet my mind and in that quiet time a devote that moment to pray to the Lord. I don’t claim to be an ordained minister but I am a follower of Jesus and I am a spiritual person I believe that we all are called to be spiritual people were just too busy or too selfish or you fill in the blank to commit to something that’s larger than ourselves God created us to think for ourselves. God also gave us a lot of abilities that he didn’t exactly show us how to use. You hear about humans who have this uncanny strengthen this ability to foresee events before they happen. If we just quiet our minds and open up to the universe we too can for see things that may be coming in the future or the ability to transform ourselves into the past and feel what’s somebody from the 1800s felt. My father recently passed away on December 14, 2014. I felt his pain the couple days before his last few hours. I felt this heaviness in my heart the same feeling he was having as he was having trouble breathing I’m sure it’s not close to the pain he was having. Some acts of God just can’t be explained. On the show the dead files Amy Allan has this ability to talk to the dead. During her show she’s able to feel the pain and suffering that some of the victims felt. she also can touch the objects and transfer herself back in time. We all have the ability we just don’t use it. I have read in a scientific study of the brain that we only use a small portion about 20% of our brains so what’s that other 80% used for? I am working on a book titled the portal in this story we cover a lot of fictional ideas that intertwine a lot of truth that we know. One of the truths that we know is the government does not want us to no secrets especially when it comes to you ufo technology. Fine I get that we don’t want the Russians to find out all of our military plans. But according to Bob Lazar The government has flying saucer technology in their hangers buried deep in the earth. Why doesn’t the government share this technology that we could possibly use in our industry to improve our aerodynamics or improve our space shuttle missions it’s all about money it’s all about power the government wants to control all the money and all the power isn’t that what starts revolutions when the government become so powerful. The portal is about a new freedom, a gateway to a new world that may hold the truths to our human origin.

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Further Evidence That Ahsoka Tano Is Fulcrum In Star Wars Rebels

Our friend Johnamarie Macias has posted some rather awesome evidence that Ahsoka is indeed Fulcrum in Star Wars Rebels. To follow up with our article earlier, she says how the markings on one of the crates that Hera finds in “Out of Darkness” resembles Ahsoka’s markings on her forehead a lot. Take a look for yourself in the following images below. Check out her article HERE on her Clone Wars theories , including our theory on Rex being Ezra’s dad! Huge Clone Wars connections in Rebels already is a awesome thing.

Further Evidence That Ahsoka Tano Is Fulcrum In Star Wars Rebels

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The Force

The Force is a binding, metaphysical, and ubiquitous power in the fictional universe of the Star Wars galaxy created by George Lucas. Introduced in the original Star Wars film (1977), it is integral to all subsequent incarnations of Star Wars, including the expanded universe of comic books, novels, and video games. Within the franchise, it is the object of the Jedi and Sith monastic orders.IMG_1275.JPG

The Jedi Code

“If you would just follow the Code, you would be on the Council.”
―Obi-Wan Kenobi, to Qui-Gon Jinn

The Jedi Code was a set of rules that governed the behavior of the Jedi Order. It taught its follower to not give in to feelings of anger toward other lifeforms, which would help them resist fear and prevent them from falling to the dark side of the Force.[1] Amongst other dictates, the Jedi Code forbid Jedi Knights and Jedi Masters from taking on more than one Padawan at a given time;[2] and forbid Jedi from forming attachments, such as marriage.[3] During the Clone Wars, there were those in the Grand Army of the Republic, such as Wilhuff Tarkin, who believed that the Jedi Code prevented the Order from doing what was necessary to win the war against the Confederacy of Independent Systems.[4] Shortly before the end of the Clone Wars, the Jedi Council, through Obi-Wan Kenobi, asked Anakin Skywalker to spy upon the activities of his friend Supreme Chancellor Palpatine, something which Anakin felt was against the Jedi Code.IMG_0490.JPG