Fifteen years ago, when I was "on the run" in motor homes, running across the nation with nowhere in particular to go, I encountered many episodes with law enforcement agents. I was put in a position of running, yet I'd done nothing wrong, and really wasn't sure why I was running. As I am hearing similar stories from other TIs, these bad experiences come to the forefront of my mind and turn my anxiety level up. I recently received a comment from a southern gentleman, telling me he is followed by strangers, everywhere he goes. I do hope you read his comment, as this type of thing is happening to other people around the globe. He is not the only one. More and more people who drive professionally across the country are treated the same way. One man who drives big rigs for a living, thought he was exempt from being followed because he was in a different state every night. He boasted about it on his YouTube channel, which then seemed to turn the heat up on his stalking. Within hours, he was followed by unmarked cars that parked outside his truck at truck stops and rest stations, until he continued to proceed cross country. One car followed him from an overnight rest area over 100-miles on the freeway. We subscribers suspected these followers to be cops; after all, who else could get away with driving without a license plate on their vehicle? Something very strange is going on in the world. ###
It was TI day in Chicago on August 29th. Though, we got rained out for a few hours, and I was forced to buy a Chicago Bears Hoodie, and later go home due to being soaked, I am glad that I attended, even if it was only for a couple hours. The night before, we took a taxi downtown Chicago and met the group at Portillo's, where some of us had dinner. I was amazed at how many TIs came from all over: Missouri, North Carolina, Texas, Arizona, Washington, and of course, Chi-town. Most everyone was friendly and just happy to be able to talk to another person who understood the phenomenon of being gang stalked without being judged as crazy. Some of us were old timers, like myself, targeted for 17 to 24 years, while others were in their first year. Personally, I was very proud of myself to have attended. I have found solace in my isolation over the years, but would have hated myself had I not participated. I did not go to promote my book, though I wished I could have given a copy to everyone who was there. Perhaps next year, I can make that happen. Instead, I made a copy of the daily readings for the 28th and 29th and passed them out. It was the least I could do for a fellow Targeted Individual. After all, that's why I wrote the book: to help the suffering TI make it through another day, with the help of The Lord. I also want to add that I managed to take the train downtown. It was my first time getting around the good ol' Chicago way: by train! It was my big step out of isolation and gave a whole new meaning to "Feel the fear and do it anyway." ###
We have been set up to feel alone, but we are not alone; it is an illusion caused by our extreme isolation. We have more support from the spirit realm than we think. The haters that use us as their lifeline are also scalping the souls of others. They cannot feed from an empty plate so they must look for the vital energy of those who they oppress, to feed off their chutzpah. At this very moment there is someone wanting to overdose, slice their wrists, jump off a bridge, or any one of a dozen other ways to commit suicide. We must pray for them and be thankful that we are still alive. We must come out of silence to let others know they are not alone; this is how we do God's work. This is also the way we keep ourselves from acting on our own suicidal thoughts. An old 12-step program saying: We cannot keep it unless we give it away.
(Taken from Treading On Serpents, February 6.)