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Lucifer’s Scaly Vassals

Benson C Saili

Fallen archangel creates Reptilian and  Gray soul-carriers  as instruments to help effect his malevolent agenda against humanoids

Once Lucifer had created this artificial and multidimensional universe and indwelt it along with a third of the angelic race who had broken away with him from the Central Universe, the consequences were not long in coming. Now, all sentient beings who arose from the genetic blueprint of the Paal Taal had an energetic connection to First Source, the God of our multiverse. 

This is something similar to an umbilical cord but an energetic one, meaning it is not visible or even apparent but is demonstrable through upstanding thoughts and actions.  The Paal Taal, the humanoids, and the angels all had this energetic connection.

When Lucifer and his angels evacuated from the Heavenly realms, however,  and took residence in this holographic universe of  theirs, the energetic connection to God was immediately severed. What that entailed was that Lucifer and his angels no longer had an energy source to sustain them as viable beings. 

They had to create their own energy source if they were to continue to exist. This outcome is what is generally referred to as The Fall, although it is grossly misrepresented in the pulpits. It is a resultant fall from God’s grace and not a punitive expulsion.  

Of course The Fall did not take Lucifer by surprise: he had been warned by the Paal Taal that it was inevitable. However, Lucifer had such unflappable confidence in his abilities that to him, there was no problem that was insoluble,  no wall too high to scale. He was a unflinching believer in the maxim that where there is a will, there is always a way.  

As an archangel, he wasn’t exactly like the rest of the angels under him. He exuded a lot of energetic light of his own which would make that of the sun appear like a mere pinprick.  This light was brilliant enough to illuminate the entire universe he had created.

The angels also did emanate a certain degree of  light which was not of the same radiance and intensity as  Lucifer’s. The problem was that now that all the fallen angels had been disconnected from the God force, the light they shone forth (and which also automatically nourished them) would no longer endure. 

It would completely extinguish at some stage. And once that came to be, all the fallen angels would cease to exist.  This cessation of  life would not be like the kind that occurs to us when we die. In our case, death is simply a transition from one realm of existence, the physical, to another realm, the etheric. In the case of the fallen angels, it would be total dissolution, meaning extinction.    

Meanwhile, the Paal Taal still kept the door open for Lucifer. If he, along with his followers, realised the error of  his ways in time, disbanded his highly vulnerable  cyberspace-like universe and beat a path back to the Heavenly realms with cap in hand, he would be forgiven and reinstated as archangel. 

All would be forgotten. Once again, Christendom completely misses the mark when it preaches that “the Devil has already been judged and therefore is no longer eligible for God’s forgiveness”. That is simply not true. Our creators have inexhaustible  reserves of  mercy. “Blasphemy” is a figment purely of somebody’s fertile imagination. When Jesus said “forgive seventy times seven times”, he knew what he was talking about.  

Lucifer, however, was just too proud and resolute to buckle at the knees and seek forgiveness of any kind from anybody: it was simply inconceivable. To him, it was the Paal Taal whose folly had to be exposed and not his. He was determined to demonstrate to them that they were dead wrong and he was right. He wanted to show them that he was perfect in wisdom and that the Paal Taal would never pit their wits against him.


With the creation of  this synthetic universe (that is, an imitation of the real natural physical universe called the Old Universe, where the humanoids dwelt), Lucifer had accomplished one of his goals: he had become a god. He had his own domain and his own subjects, the third of the  angelic race that had seceded with him. But since he and his angels had lost the vital energetic connection to God, he was aware he might not  retain this sovereignty for long as any time he could expire for good and all his well-laid-down plans would come to naught. So he hatched a very clever but diabolical plan.

The humanoids who occupied the Old Universe still had the energetic connection to First Source. They had the energetic “electricity” so to say in abundance and which would never dissipate. Besides, thanks to their special, versatile  DNA, humanoids were adaptable to thriving  both in the spiritual and physical realms, even a fake one such as Lucifer’s as he  had mathematically constructed it in such a way that it had vibrational compatibility with the Old Universe to a more or less degree. 

Lucifer therefore reasoned that if he lured the humanoids to descend into his own synthetic universe, he could tap into their energetic pool and  use  them as a power source – as a kind of battery to power him and his fallen angels in perpetuity. That way, he and his angels would never become extinct.

If Lucifer had to accomplish this goal, the humanoids had to be enticed to come and dwell  in his  material realm, which was denser and comparatively nebulous and where therefore his deception would not be apparent. Lucifer’s universe as we showed last week was divided into the high-vibrating etheric realm and the low-vibrating material realm, the one we reside in.  In the material realm, plans and wishes, as well as reactions to these, crystallized very slowly and so it would be ages before the victims of the deception saw through the overall  cunning and duplicity if at all and began to fruitfully fight it.  

If Lucifer were able to coax the humanoids into permanently dwelling in his make-believe universe, they would empower him and his angels in two ways – first, through generating low-vibrating energy that he would fuel through propagating ongoing feuding and warfare, all manner of polarity, disease and infirmity, suffering, hardship, lack, fear, perpetual worry and anxiety, etc; and second, by way of getting them to worship him whether wittingly or unwittingly through the creation, subtly, of  religions such as Judaism, Christianity, and a host of others. We have already underscored the fact that worship is vampirism. When you worship something, you drain yourself of the divine energy innate in you and gift it to the very force you are worshipping.

The more you worship something, the more powerful it becomes at your expense and the firmer the hold it has on you both at the conscious and subconscious level. It will be able to influence the trajectory of your life at will since by worshipping it you have voluntarily empowered it to be Lord and Master of your destiny: you have of your own free will  offered yourself to be used as the instrument of its vile and vicious agenda. Jesus was spot-on when he said the Kingdom of God was in us and not outside us.


In those primeval days, planetary bodies were not as dense as they are today because they were in their formative stages. Thus Lucifer and his angels were able to stay in the material universe for long periods of time at a stretch. They were more comfortable in the etheric realm, which was vibrationally more conducive to their wellbeing.  But Lucifer wanted his angels to dwell in the material universe indefinitely so that they could sabotage the humanoids he intended to lure into it.  As the cosmic bodies became more solid, that would not be possible because angels were not designed to occupy the material realms.

In order to get around this hurdle, Lucifer set out  to create a soul-carrier similar to that of humanoids of the Old  Universe.   Like everything else Lucifer brought into existence, this soul-carrier was based on mathematics, from which all sciences derive. It did not carry the humanoid DNA the Paal Taal had created and to which they had exclusive rights. As a result, it was not natural but synthetic. The underlying raw material Lucifer used to create this soul-carrier was light. This was not his own light but that of the sun around which the  planet he dwelt in the Whirlpool Galaxy revolved.  

Says Jamisson Neruda, a turncoat who once worked for  the covert R&D outfit known as the Labyrinth Group that has been working with Aliens from the Sirius star system since the 1950s: “Lucifer created a synthetic physical structure that could accommodate the quantum requirements of an angel. It was a very effective structure.” However, Lucifer rigged his soul-carrier in such a way that the spirit-soul of the angels who indwelt it lost a sense of identity with who exactly they were pre-incarnation. 

They became totally oblivious to the fact of their being angels and developed the mindset that they  were mortal and therefore susceptible not only to death but to extinction as well. That way, these incarnated angels with a now dumbed-down consciousness would best fulfill Lucifer’s designs on the humanoids he was planning to cajole out of the Old Universe.  

What was the result? Jamisson Neruda: “This experimental species inclined toward a very strong survival complex because it feared extinction so deeply … This survival complex created a species that over-compensated its fear of extinction by developing a very powerful group mind…  It was the equivalent of unifying the species as a whole in the physical reality membrane (this artificial universe) of their planetary system.  The angels that entered this system (through the synthetic soul-carrier Lucifer created)  lost their memory of their angelic natures and became more interested in operating as a single collective, than as individuals.”

All said, what Lucifer had done was create the first animal syndrome in this universe. Animals have a group consciousness, also called a beehive mentality,  and this is what Lucifer did to his angels: he turned them into  docile animals, literally and figuratively as we shall see,  to pander to and serve  his cosmic agenda and not their own. 

Remember, he was now their god and he called the shots. He had become their god by sleight of hand. He had asked all his angels to voluntarily “sell”  their souls to him as a sign that they were hundred percent loyal to him. As angels, they had never experienced deception before and so were easy pickings for his guile.

They all voluntarily did likewise and since this was an  exercise of their own free will, Lucifer was karmically blameless. . When you sell your soul to another being, you cede your freedom of conscience to that being and are under obligation to do his every bidding without question. Put differently, you are at his mercy and are at his beck and call round-the-clock to carry out his stratagems.


Lucifer created two types of soul-carriers to house angels he intended to incarnate into his physical realm. The primary one was Reptilian in nature. It had scales, fangs, horns, claws, eyes with vertical pupils, and a tail. It was a huge creature. 

The other kind was much smaller in size and looked very much like a developing foetus in its bodily features.  This fell into a category that in ufology is known as Grays. The purpose of the Grays was to serve the Reptilians as kind of minions. Even among the Reptilian species, there was a pecking order.

The seniormost, for instance, had wings and so could fly. These were the royal Reptilians. The caste system, it turns out, was devised by Lucifer. All Reptilians ultimately served him but they also served each other, with the lower caste serving the higher caste and the Grays been wholly at the behest of Reptilians.

In the Heavenly realms and in the Old Universe, the reverse was the case: the seniors in rank served the juniors. And this service was not servile, or slave-like: it was voluntary and cheerfully rendered duty. Lucifer’s modus operandi therefore was based on inversion – the reversal of normalcy.  

The soul-carriers Lucifer created were not fully-developed, complex and sophisticated creatures from the get-go. They were subject to the full cycle of evolution, from lower forms of life to higher order life forms eventually. Lucifer should as such be recognised as the pioneer of evolution. Reptilian life began in the sea from single-celled animals and gradually  evolved to full Reptilianhood.

Since in those days the cosmic bodies were not as dense as they are today, this evolution did not take place over millions of years: just a few scores of years. To Lucifer and his angels who did not count time in the linear way we do,  this was equivalent to just  a few days.

The  Reptilian/Gray creatures Lucifer fashioned were not completely insentient: they had a primitive consciousness that Lucifer had imparted to them. Since this consciousness was derived from his own being, it had no connection whatsoever to God.

When the creatures  had evolved to a stage that he deemed mature enough, Lucifer had some of  his angels incarnate into them from the etheric realms, the Lower Fourth Dimension which was the main base of  Lucifer and his angels. In other words, their spirit-souls entered the newly formed zygote of these creatures in the  material realm, just as we all do when as spirit-souls we enter this world from the spiritual world through the reproductive process. The angels simply had to toe Lucifer’s line whether they liked it or not since they had sold their souls to him.    

The Paal Taal, who had been keeping tabs on  Lucifer’s activities, were alarmed by developments in his realm  in that he was getting his angels to devolve rather than evolve as spirit beings. He was not  co-working with them for constructive purposes but was manipulating them for his own egocentric ends.

Since the Paal  Taal were Lucifer’s creators, they summoned him to the Central Universe to express their concerns. Lucifer was asked  to dismantle his Reptilian/Gray project forthwith as it would have serious cosmic ramifications  over time.

Would he oblige?


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DIS Parley Committee selection disingenuous 

25th November 2020

Intelligence and Security Service Act, which is a law that establishes the Directorate of Intelligence and Security Service (DIS), provides for establishment of a Parliamentary Committee. Recently, the President announced nine names of Members of Parliament he had appointed to the Committee.

This announcement was preceded by a meeting the President held with the Speaker and the Leader of Opposition. Following the announcement of Committee MPs by the President, the opposition, through its leader, made it clear that it will not participate in the Committee unless certain conditions that would ensure effective oversight are met. The opposition acted on the non-participation threat through resignation of its three MPs from the Committee.

The Act at Section 38 provides for the establishment of the Committee to examine the expenditure, administration and policy of the Directorate. The law provides that the Parliamentary Committee shall have the same powers and privileges set out under the National Assembly (Powers and Privileges) Act.

On composition, the Committee shall consist of nine members who shall not be members of Cabinet and its quorum shall be five members.  The MPs in the Committee elect a chairperson from among their number at their first meeting.

The Members of the Committee are appointed by the President after consultation with the Speaker of the National Assembly and Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly. It is the provision of the law that the Committee, relative to its size, reflect the numerical strengths of the political parties represented in the National Assembly.

The Act provides that that a member of the Committee holds office for the duration of the Parliament in which he or she is appointed.  The Committee is mandated to make an annual report on the discharge of their functions to the President and may at any time report to him or her on any matter relating to the discharge of those functions.

The Minister responsible for intelligence and security is obliged to lay before the National Assembly a copy of each annual report made by the Committee together with a statement as to whether any matter has been excluded from that copy in pursuance of the provision of the Act.

If it appears to the Minister, after consultation with the Parliamentary Committee, that the publication of any matter in a report would be prejudicial to the continued discharge of the functions of the Directorate, the Minister may exclude that matter from the copy of the report as laid before the National Assembly.

So, what are the specific demands of the Opposition and why are they not participating in the Committee? What should happen as a way forward? The Opposition demanded that there be a forensic audit of the Directorate. The DIS has never been audited since it was set up in 2008, more than a decade ago.

The institution has been a law unto itself for a longtime, feared by all oversight bodies. The Auditor General, who had no security of tenure, could not audit the DIS. The Directorate’s personnel, especially at a high level, have been implicated in corruption.  Some of its operatives are in courts of law defending corruption charges preferred against them. Some of the corruption cases which appeared in the media have not made it to the courts.

The DIS has been accused of non-accountability and unethical practices as well as of being a burden on the fiscus.  So, the Opposition demanded, from the President, a forensic audit for the purpose of cleaning up the DIS.  They demand a start from a clean slate.

The second demand by the Opposition is that the law be reviewed to ensure greater accountability of the DIS to Parliament. What are some of the issues that the opposition think should be reviewed? The contention is that the executive cannot appoint a Committee of Parliament to scrutinize an executive institution.

Already, it is argued, Parliament is less independent and it is dominated by the executive. It is contended that the Committee should be established by the Standing Orders and be appointed by a Select Committee of Parliament. There is also an argument that the Committee should report to Parliament and not to the President and that the Minister should not have any role in the Committee.

Democratic and Parliamentary oversight of the intelligence is relatively a new phenomenon across the World. Even developed democracies are still grappling with some of these issues. However, there are acceptable standards or what might be called international best practices which have evolved over the past two or so decades.

In the UK for instance, MPs of the Intelligence and Security Committee are appointed by the Houses of Parliament, having been nominated by the Prime Minister in consultation with the Leader of the Opposition. This is a good balancing exercise of involvement of both the executive and the legislature. Consultation is taken for granted in Botswana context in the sense that it has been reduced to just informing the Leader of Opposition without much regard to his or her ideas; they are never taken seriously.

Furthermore, the current Committee in the UK has four Members of the ruling party and five MPs from the opposition. It is a fairly balanced Committee in terms of Parliamentary representation. However, as said above, the President of Botswana appointed six ruling party MPs and three from the opposition.

The imbalance is preposterous and more pronounced with clear intentions of getting the executive way through the ruling party representatives in the Committee. The intention to avoid scrutiny is clear from the numbers of the ruling party MPs in the Committee.

There is also an international standard of removing sensitive parts which may harm national security from the report before it is tabled in the legislature. The previous and current reluctance of the executive arms to open up on Defence and Security matters emanate from this very reason of preserving and protecting national security.

But national security should be balanced with public interest and other democratic principles. The decision to expunge certain information which may be prejudicial to national security should not be an arbitrary and exclusive decision of the executive but a collective decision of a well fairly balanced Committee in consultation with the Speaker and the minister responsible.

There is no doubt that the DIS has been a rogue institution. The reluctance by the President to commit to democratic-parliamentary oversight reforms presupposes a lack of commitment to democratization. The President has no interest in seeing a reformed DIS with effective oversight of the agency.

He is insincere. This is because the President loathes the idea losing an iota of power and sharing it with any other democratic institution. He sees the agency as his power lever to sustain his stay in the high office. He thought he could sanitize himself with an ineffective DIS Committee that would dance to his tune.

The non-participation of the opposition MPs renders the Committee dysfunctional; it cannot function as this would be unlawful. Participation of the opposition is a legal requirement. Even if it can meet, it would lack legitimacy; it cannot be taken seriously. The President should therefore act on the oversight demands and reform the DIS if he is to be taken seriously.

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The Maccabean Uprising

25th November 2020
Jewish freedom fighters

 Jews drive away occupying power under the command of guerrilla leader Judas Maccabees but only just

Although it was the Desolation Sacrilege act, General Atiku, that officially sparked the Maccabean revolt, it in truth simply stoked the fires of an already simmering revolution. How so General?

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Atomic (CON)Fusion

25th November 2020

For years I have trained people about paradigm shifts – those light-bulb-switch-on moments – where there is a seismic change from the usual way of thinking about something to a newer, better way. 

I like to refer to them as ‘aha’ moments because of the sudden understanding of something which was previously incomprehensible. However,  the topic of today’s article is the complete antithesis of ‘aha’.  Though I’d love to tell you I’d had a ‘eureka ‘, ‘problem solved’ moment, I am faced with the complete opposite – an ‘oh-no’ moment or Lost Leader Syndrome.

No matter how well prepared or capable a leader is. they often find themselves facing perplexing events, confounding information, or puzzling situations. Confused by developments of which they can’t make sense and by challenges that they don’t know how to solve they become confused, sometimes lost and completely clueless about what to do.

I am told by Jentz and Murphy (JM) in ‘What leaders do when they don’t know what to do’ that this is normal, and that rapid change is making confusion a defining feature of management in the 21st century.  Now doesn’t that sound like the story of 2020 summed up in a single sentence?

The basic premise of their writing is that “confusion is not a weakness to be ashamed of but a regular and inevitable condition of leadership. By learning to embrace their confusion, managers are able to set in motion a constructive process for addressing baffling issues.

In fact, confusion turns out to be a fruitful environment in which the best managers thrive by using the instability around them to open up better lines of communication, test their old assumptions and values against changing realities, and develop more creative approaches to problem solving.”

The problem with this ideology however is that it doesn’t help my overwhelming feelings of fear and panic which is exacerbated by a tape playing on a loop in my head saying  ‘you’re supposed to know what to do, do something’. My angst is compounded by annoying motivational phrases also unhelpfully playing in my head like.

  • Nothing happens until something moves
  • The secret of getting ahead is getting started


  • Act or be acted upon

All these platitudes are urging me to pull something out of the bag, but I know that this is a trap. This need to forge ahead is nothing but a coping mechanism and disguise. Instead of owning the fact that I haven’t got a foggy about what to do, part of me worries that I’ll lose authority if I acknowledge that I can’t provide direction – I’m supposed to know the answers, I’m the MD!  This feeling of not being in control is common for managers in ‘oh no’ situations and as a result they often start reflexively and unilaterally attempting to impose quick fixes to restore equilibrium because, lets be honest, sometimes we find it hard to resist hiding our confusion.

To admit that I am lost in an “Oh, No!” moment opens the door not only to the fear of losing authority but also to a plethora of other troubling emotions and thoughts:  *Shame and loss of face: “You’ll look like a fool!” * Panic and loss of control: “You’ve let this get out of hand!” * Incompetence and incapacitation: “You don’t know what you’re doing!”

As if by saying “I’m at a loss here” is tantamount to declaring “I am not fit to lead.” Of course the real problem for me and any other leader is if they don’t admit when they are disoriented, it sends a signal to others in the organisation stating it’s not cool to be lost and that, by its very nature encourages them to hide.  What’s the saying about ‘a real man never asks for direction. they end up driving around in circles’.

As managers we need to embrace the confusion, show vulnerability (remember that’s not a bad word) and accept that leadership is not about pretending to have all the answers but about having the courage to search with others to discover a solution.

JM point out that “being confused, however, does not mean being incapacitated.  Indeed, one of the most liberating truths of leadership is that confusion is not quicksand from which to escape but rather the potter’s clay of leadership – the very stuff with which managers can work.”

2020 has certainly been a year to remember and all indications are that the confusion which has characterised this year will still follow us into the New Year, thereby making confusion a defining characteristic of the new normal and how managers need to manage. Our competence as leaders will then surely be measured not only by ‘what I know’ but increasingly by ‘how I behave when I accept, I don’t know, lose my sense of direction and become confused.

.I guess the message for all organizational cultures going forward is that sticking with the belief that we need all-knowing, omni-competent executives will cost them dearly and send a message to managers that it is better to hide their confusion than to address it openly and constructively.

Take comfort in these wise words ‘Confusion is a word we have invented for an order not yet understood’!

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