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St. Stephen: A Day of Truth

Today is the anniversary of the attempted metaphorical stoning

of the truth tellers in your country.

St. Stephen:* I come on the anniversary of the assault on your capitol by those who would spread lies in pursuit of illegitimate power to speak to you of truth. Speak is what I did in my most memorable life. I spoke truth to power and suffered the consequences.

Today, power is still conflicted and corrupt. Those who speak truth are ridiculed and threatened while those who lie are believed without question. We have come full circle once again from truth and compassion to the always powerful fantasy, benefit without responsibility, the magical rulers who will take away the troubles of those who are willing to turn and stone any who dare to question their lies much less speak out clearly of their iniquities and betrayals.

I was stoned to death. Many of your great truth tellers have been so destroyed by one method or another. Truth tellers are the most vulnerable of all, for almost all in power fear some truth or another.

Today is the anniversary of the attempted metaphorical stoning of the truth tellers in your country. Look no further than Dr. Fauci and those who have told the truth as best they could about a modern day plague the likes of which no one living had seen or dealt with. Similarly those who counted the votes in your last election, whether friend or foe, are being threatened, slandered, and metaphorically stoned, if you will, for doing their duty and adhering to the truth that was plain to see.

The truth, my friends, is a dangerous concept and lethal when applied to those in power because someone's ox is always gored, and that ox is very likely one belonging to those in power. Speaking truth to power has always been a perilous activity, yet that is what you, each one of you, is asked to do now.

To do so, first discover the truth as best you can. Allow your idea of truth to evolve as new facts come to light, for many times the truth is a moving object based on what is discoverable. But always some basic facts apply. Two and two is and always will be four, and no amount of hocus pocus can move that ball down the field to any other conclusion.

I speak as one who did not survive my adherence to fact in the face of the politicization of canonical law. Those who had contorted its principles to suit their own ambitions had no recourse but to kill the messenger, and so they did.

Your ruling class has concluded the same. For them, truth is a moving target which must be stamped out by whatever method necessary. Slander, lies, and innuendo masquerade as truth, and soon there is nothing but unsupported deception and deliberate lies.

Yet, in spite of the smoke screen thrown up to hide truth, there are canonical principles that must be embraced and professed before the world if truth is to be reestablished:

1. Evidence based knowledge takes precedence over innuendo and rumor.

2. Statements fueled by hatred are not truth.

3. Truth is impartial and embraces or condemns friend and foe alike.

4. Blame is not truth. It is a lazy man’s way of excusing doctrinal inquiry.

5. Truth is always tempered by understanding and compassion or it becomes blame.

6. The sun rises and the sun sets, these are truths that guide our steps. What happened happened or it did not. Anything else is political hype and spin.

Listen, sift wheat from chaff, truth from falsehood, and then proceed accordingly.

January 6, 2022

*Stephen, traditionally venerated as the protomartyr or first martyr of Christianity, was, according to the Acts of the Apostles, a deacon in the early Church at Jerusalem who angered members of various synagogues by his teachings and was stoned to death. Wikipedia.

Referred by Anita Sacco. See "Recommended Channelers" under "Resources" tab.**Anita can be contacted for purchase of obtaining the recipe for her protection spray or for spiritual or past life readings at

Free Image Credit: The Stoning of St Stephen. Oil painting attributed to Orazio Wellcome V0017355.jpg. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository.

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