They have risen! More good news from "down there"
Easter is the holiday when much of the world not only pays homage to the hollow-chocolate industry, but also to a big event on the Christian calendar. I am not exactly a Christian, but I like the idea of resurrection / rebirth as much as anyone else. And I'll say this for Christianity: it has been around a long time, and at least Jesus did not, to my knowledge, try to give His ideas leverage by claiming they had been proven by quantum physics.
Speaking of hollow, if you've been in my Whirled a while you know that I am fascinated with Hollow-Earth theories. What lies beneath is a perennially intriguing topic to me. Some people have long believed the interior of the Earth is home to advanced civilizations, Utopian societies, even Paradise. Others believe that's where Hell is.
Which leads me to another topic with which I am also inordinately fascinated: the Nether Worlds Reclamation Project. The latter is a project headed by Extreme Lightworker Bryan James and the Divine Mother. It seems that Bryan discovered there were some 50 million lost souls from all over creation stranded in the Nether Regions. I don't know if this was due to bad weather, missed flights, or just a poor sense of direction, but some had been stranded Down There for thousands of years.
And then Bryan came along. For several months now, he and the Divine Mother and thousands of volunteer lightworkers have been working to get these folks back to their homes. I have been periodically sharing progress reports, and I am pleased to present the latest numbers Bryan just sent to me:
100% have opened their eyes
94% are walking around (48% without assistance)
80% are asking questions (e.g., “Who am I?” or “Where am I?”)
36% are regaining cognitive ability and attending schools
202,522 have been taken home to start a new beginning
Anyway, I just thought you'd want to hear this happy news. It's also a heads-up, so to speak, to be on the alert as more and more lost souls return home. Although many are going home to other realms besides Earth, I am sure that a number of them are coming back here. So if you suddenly start noticing some rather odd-looking strangers in your neck of the woods who look like they've been to Hell and back again, they very well may have been. Treat them kindly.
And now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go bite the head off a hollow chocolate bunny. I hope y'all have a happy Easter, Passover, Generic Spring Holiday, or whatever you choose to celebrate.