Science Fiction as Soft Disclosure

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I recently was reminded of the ‘Star Trek’ universe point-of-view with a blog post, relating a solar flash from the sun, with videos of ‘Star Trek’ intros and how disclosure has been happening for many years.  I equated it to the ‘Babylon 5’ universe, which I then reviewed in my memory and on-line. See this Wikipedia entry for an initial look into ‘Babylon 5’.  I would normally post a photo of ‘Babylon 5’ but just doing a Google search brings up numerous images and memories flood into my mind… Great show. Powerful episodes. I watched all the episodes and movies.

Much was revealed and many moral issues facing us today were touched on in this show. My personal point of view was expanded to include both other timelines and dimensions of what we experience as reality. There were episodes that touched on the whole political spectrum including revealing the ‘illuminati’, discussing and showing spiritual evolution or ‘ascension’ of a cast member and of course, many ‘alien’ or non-human life forms were disclosed. Even the idea of aliens working together as ‘councils’ or ‘federations’ were presented in many story lines.

Overall. the ‘Babylon 5’ universe was broadcast from 1993-98. It included 110 episodes spanning five seasons on television. The creator of this science fiction television series, J. Michael Straczynski,  wrote, directed and produced this series and several movies in this universe. And an ‘universe’ it is, somewhat like the ‘Star Trek’ universe but much more gritty and realistic.

Personally, I was enamored with Ambassador Delenn, a strong woman who was unlike other women, much as myself. She ruled her world with a determined aura and was knowledgeable in many areas ‘not of this world’.

 

And of course, her most powerful scene…

Powerful…

This fictional television series from the ’90s was definitely disclosure and anyone not familiar with it is encouraged to check it out. It will expand your world view. I have also found out through the years there are persons you would never expect that are fans of this show and ‘get it’. My own sister comes to mind.

I think many people would welcome disclosure and recognize it as it happens or is happening right now. See Corey Goode, David Wilcock and the information at the Prepare for Change Network to start seaching for the non-fiction version of the ‘truth’. Big subjects still being disclosed, even now.

I would argue that basically all of science fiction has been a form of soft disclosure is one form or another. These fictional worlds have disclosed real truth to masses of people in non-threatening ways. And with all the non-fictional pieces of disclosure coming at us fast and furious, I believe it is better to know the truth, face our fears and watch them disappear in the light.

We can, in fact, ‘handle the truth’ and deserve nothing less. Or as Sophia Love and I’m sure others have said, “We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.”

Namaste

❤ Denise

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