Does the truth only exist if we all believe it does?

We’re in a consciousness experiment:

What is the truth? Does the truth only exist if we all believe it, like a tree falling in the woods… if no one is there to hear it, does it make a noise?

We’ve been told what to think, for so long time in America, that we’ve forgotten how to evaluate for ourselves.

Here’s a tip on discerning conspiracy theories:

If it takes longer to describe the conspiracy than it takes for the facts to be outlined, it’s a fictional conspiracy.

If the conspiracy theory is authored to create an innocence for someone that hard cross-examined facts clearly outline is guilty — its a fictional conspiracy.

If a known fabricator says something is fake — then that’s a fabrication and it’s real.

However, that being said, half of our nation is now deeply confused when being asked to use mental reason, while coming out of our media-programmed high-empty-carb corn sugar haze.

So the probability of the Democrats taking on this religion of illusion, this religion of confusion, in our bumper-sticker-scripture American way of click-bait viewing everything prior to the 2020 election —

— is very low. They don’t want to aggravate Trump’s “base” prior to the 2020 election, by implementing impeachment.

Donald J. Trump has committed offenses that any other sitting President, party non-withstanding, in any other time in history, would invite impeachment and prosecution. However, we’re in our time, a time of political parties protecting themselves above all things under the guise of saving elections, the time of long-game chess games created by lifer royalty senators, and a time where corruption’s Hubris is lauded as genius business.

So.

There will be Spiritual, electorate and social repercussions for ALL parties who are not upholding the law here. And Trump is still a flight risk — he likes to win, has the entire majority in congress behind him right now to keep him there so they can all make money in the stock market, and he still has Russia’s help. And votes in the USA.

Yet what he doesn’t have is time.

We are running out of time, with people’s willingness to continue to maintain interest in national politics when the climate is failing, when water is now poisoned in the heartland from flooding roughing chemicals into the water table (something I reported in 2017 that would happen in 2019, and we’re there, now), and when food will soon become more scarce in America because the crops (particularly corn) are flooded out. — That means huge spikes in meat prices for those thousands of corn-fed cows. Which means a decrease in meat sales. Which means an increase in non-sold cattle. Which means higher greenhouse gasses in stockyards.

Yes, President Trump, for as much as you love being the center of attention, you’re about two seconds away from being upstaged indefinitely by Planet Earth.

And what does a man who likes to win do, when he’s upstaged? When his Tweets and outbursts no longer grab headlines? When his relevance fades into the background of city sewage and toxic chemicals poisoning ground water in the New Jersey area? (Wait for it…)

He quits. And runs. Because it’s no fun to do all the work and have none of the headlines. He never wanted this job, anyway. And campaigning for him is all about winning. Once he wins, he’s bored.

So a recap — highly unlikely Dems will impeach prior to the 2020 election with a weaker, over-saturated field of people. Yes, lots of rumbles about it before then. Elizabeth Warren otr Kamala Harris May make a stab at pressing impeachment as a base solidifying device closer to the elections. Plus, no Dem wants lock-stock-and barrel conservative Pence to be President, as he’s easier to elect than Trump.

It’s important to note that in the timelines, our consciousness is shifting like a MAD THING right now. Which does potentially shift a few hard outcomes, yet not in a way that would change history — just in a way that may change expectations.

The consciousness shifts involve people suddenly viewing their life, their beliefs, and their paths in a shocking overnight way. For some, this is a prayer answered, a monkey falling off their back. For others, this is a breaking point leading to violence.

So our job in all this? Be patient with ourselves and others. Understand everyone is under the same transformational pressure cooker. Be okay to let go of that which no longer works, and be even more okay to rally to a higher place that which is wobbling and needs fine tuning.

We are learning right now that not everything that is a struggle should be discarded as a “block”. Saturn in retrograde is demanding that we look at our gritty, nasty, concealed shame spots, our spots soiled by less-than admirable choice-making — in ourselves, in the mirror, and in others. No shortcuts. Only hard, engaged work on what we’ve been avoiding because we perceive it as too scary, too painful, or often because of the aforementioned — impossible. Yet we learn by overcoming the illusion in “impossible” That we are stronger than we believed that we were.

Jupiter Retrograde is asking us how to work with the spots if we can’t just instantly create a flashy jazz hand ending. For instance — impeaching an inconvenient president, sweeping the dust away, and looking forward to the next Super Bowl.

Those days are gone. Period.

We are learning our strengths. After all, how can we build those gorgeous summer time shoulders, if we don’t move from pressing a 5 pound weight to a 10 pound weight?

Engage. Forgive the self and others. Access your inner compass. For the time of great (innately positive) change is upon us.

#Rise #SaturnRetrograde #JupiterRetrograde #WeGotThis

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/24/us/politics/mueller-testimony-takeaways.amp.html

About danielleegnew

Named "Psychic of the Year" by UFO's and Supernatural Magazine, Danielle Egnew is an internationally-known Psychic, Medium and Angelic Channel whose work has been featured on national TV (NBC, ABC, TNT, USA) as well as in the Washington Post and Huffington Post. She has provided content consultant services for the CW's hit series "Supernatural" and the blockbuster film "Man of Steel". Danielle is also an author, teacher, and TV / radio host in the field of metaphysics. She anchors her private practice in the Big Sky Country of Montana, residing with her wife and their daughter.
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8 Responses to Does the truth only exist if we all believe it does?

  1. Barb says:

    I, like everyone else, have been worried about the constant drumbeat and rhetoric of hate and division. I was glued to the TV every night waiting for other people “wake up” and see how much corruption there was around them and hoping that someone would do something to change the tide. Finally, my husband said that he was going to concentrate on our community of friends and local community because that was what he could change and hopefully, love would ripple in ways we can’t see. Your article made me feel so much better about concentrating on love and leaving the rest in God’s hands. My heart was full after reading your blog and I immediately sent out a loving message to my son-in-law and my son telling them how proud I am of their efforts in this world and how much I loved them. They sent back heartfelt messages of love back to me and I had the best night’s sleep that evening. I am continuing to work on changing my attitude to one of gratitude and love, instead of feeling confusion and fear. It’s a much better way to live and love! Thank you!

  2. peakae says:

    I’m so disappointed. So partisan. So much divisiveness and untruth in your post, not love, not forgiveness, not leadership in universal understanding of All That Is … only fear and hate. It actually took my breath away and hurts my heart.

    Much love to you

    • danielleegnew says:

      Heya love! I’m a bit confused by your comment here, especially the anger or hatred comment, yet you have a right to how the blog affected you — as the blog is about illusion on ALL sides of government and partisan behavior based solely upon saving itself, on both sides. My observations of the POTUS’ behavior as well as democratic candidates’ behavior is about the illusion consciousness that is floating about these days, and how individuals seek to protect themselves over the collective — a consciousness issue that’s rampant in this illusion timeframe where people only choose to see the short game because it’s easier than dealing with the illusions within — so I’m not sure if you were upset that I was being partisan toward the Democrats, or the Republicans, lolol 😜👍! It’s about working through the illusions and seeing what is for what it is — As the blog states “So our job in all this? Be patient with ourselves and others. Understand everyone is under the same transformational pressure cooker. Be okay to let go of that which no longer works, and be even more okay to rally to a higher place that which is wobbling and needs fine tuning.”

      Anyway doll, sending love back! Hope your summer has been full of great BBQ’s and boat rides 🙂 !!! Xo

  3. kittykitty says:

    Planet earth is awakening, and its inconvenient for all of us who are just her visitors. Things that once worked no longer works. America and Americans are so used to having a hero – Mueller turned out not to be that, especially since he insisted he didn’t want to be a hero yet scared Dems still pushed for him to testify. They deserved the disappointment they got. Perhaps it was the wake up call for them to realise that the hero they’re wishing for, doesn’t exist. The hero lies within each and every one of us, not out there. It’s bitter to learn, to discover, that when it all comes down to it, it’s up to us and no one else to save ourself. Trump, in his infinite madness, is the instrument required to make America wake up!

    • danielleegnew says:

      ABSOLUTELY Kitty!! That’s exactly the lesson of this — the “madness” as you put it of POTUS, the madness of Congress, the madness of the political parties — it all seeks to serve itself, and the lesson for us is that we are all only human, and not one person will save any of us. Not a POTUS, not a political candidate or a special counsel — just US, doing the right thing. May we all find that patience with one another. 👍🙏🏼

  4. Ricardo Cisneros says:

    Hello Danielle. It’s been a long time girly girl. Haven’t been on Twitter all of 2019.

    Like unloading a heavy weight LOL but we already knew that right.

    I did Sundance in South Dakota it was mu 4th and final year. My strongest prayers intentions and Dance so far.

    I totally forgot to extend an invitation to you and your partner. It was a last minute decision to dance.

    If I do dance next year. I will certainly extend and invite. It’s the Lakota Nations most revered spiritual ceremony. Not many outsiders non natives have witnesses it.

    I pray all is well and your happy healthy and strong.

    Rick

    On Thu, Jul 25, 2019, 12:31 AM From Psychic / Medium Danielle Egnew wrote:

    > danielleegnew posted: “We’re in a consciousness experiment: What is the > truth? Does the truth only exist if we all believe it, like a tree falling > in the woods… if no one is there to hear it, does it make a noise? We’ve > been told what to think, for so long time in America, ” >

  5. Helen says:

    Beautiful! Just what was needed post Mueller day. Yes we need prayer, positive thoughts and to get out there and do the work ourselves in our corner of the planet. Our savior is us. Thanks for a great article!❤️

  6. The truth can be hard to swallow – a bitter pill and all that – especially when it’s inconvenient. And for a bunch of the population, this truth is inconvenient. Easier to look the other way; to glass over the eyes; to plead ignorance. It becomes impossible to do those things, though, when it actually impacts you, your family, your wallet. When it hits close to home and becomes measurable in some way, the truth – while perhaps still bitter – becomes clear enough that it’s swallowed anyway because there’s no other choice. Feeling that we’re reaching that point. Too bad we have to go there. xoxo

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