About six years ago, I was in a small women’s group of three — we sat on big pillows on the floor and went through a book chapter-by-chapter. It was Women Who Run With the Wolves, a book friends had always told me I should read — “You’d LOVE that one,” they said.
We started in late Summer, and it was basically a lot of soul-baring, with the rule of “no cross-talk.” So you unload your “shadow,” and it’s carthartic in a way, but then…crickets.
I don’t remember a specific myth from the 1992 Women Who Run.. book, but the gist is to face the dark parts of your psyche, to live authentically and whatnot. A quote from it goes like this, “Though her soul requires seeing, the culture around her requires sightlessness. Though her soul wishes to speak its truth, she is pressured to be silent.”
As the saying goes, Everything Changed….when the 9/11 anniversary came around.
I was still on Faceberg, and was following the author Clarissa Pinkola Estes, who wrote near-daily posts that are like devotionals to lift your spirits, starting with “Dear Brave Souls…” When the anniversary of 9/11 came up, I was shocked to find out that she is not only a true believer, but repeats the Big Lie often as a Managing Editor for The Moderate Voice.
As recently as 2012, she wrote it’s Time to Call a Spade a Spade, that, “19 religiously bankrupt drug addicts and whoremongers without souls, claiming to be devout Muslims…” – you get the picture.
I made some really mild comments about 9/11 and how it’s important to question things, as she herself promotes religiously. I got creeped out when my comment disappeared. Then there were some sycophantic comments that in retrospect were likely trolls.
I was really fired up…and disillusioned about the whole thing. When I told the other two women in my Wolves circle, about this and how shocked I was that Estes believes the official story, I got back blank faces….no crosstalk….crickets.
In the years since, I’ve had many such moments of disillusionment about high-profile supposed thought-leaders. Estes is just one of many “wise women” who I’ve come to realize are either just not truly awake, or more frightening to consider, are agents.
If you skim The Moderate Voice, who consider themselves “independent thinkers,” you’ll find out she writes about other deep state events, like Sandy Hook and the Boston Bombing, as if they’re real. She seems to run cover, saying that it’s dishonoring to look too deeply. On Sandy Hook, and the release of 911 tapes, she writes: “Have mercy. True mercy. Move along. Nothing more to see here re the souls at Columbine, re the souls of Sandy Hook.”
I can’t respect anyone who propagates that shite. But she poses as a spiritual leader of women — someone who wants to shepherd victims of 9/11 and other traumas through the experience.
There’s a theme in her articles about staged hoaxes and false flags, to keep them holy or whatever, away from prying eyes. She writes this in an article on how to keep the Ground Zero site sanctified: “Can those who suffered first-person through 9-11 be healed? Yes, and it takes time. Much time.”
As someone who suffered first-person through 9-11 myself, I say it takes time, but it also takes the Truth.
9/11 as Initiation
Here on the 15th anniversary of 9/11, I feel grateful to have walked through many years of disillusionment, for the gift of sight into the true nature of our reality.
Like some other people in NYC, I sensed something the day before and kept getting the Tower card from the Tarot. It depicts two figures falling out of a burning tower…and is a symbol of a total collapse of the established structure. Like the collapse of the psyche into chaos.
I lived in the W. Village of NYC at that time, and yes, did see it first hand…and it was traumatic. The 9/11 experience lasted a long time, because I volunteered for Sal’s Army, helping downtown-area displaced workers get back on their feet.
My first inkling that something was up was within 24-hours when Bush started talking about getting revenge on the evil-doers. It took another 7 years, to fully grasp that it was a false flag. And it’s only been in the last year, becoming Jew-wise, that the fuller dimensions are being revealed.
It’s interesting to me today to note that Wolves are symbols of chaos, like Fenrir, in the Norse myths. He was bound by Dwarves, and when he escaped the fetters, writes Brian Bates in The Real Middle Earth, “Absolute chaos ensued. The entire world fell to uproar and burned to the ground. And yet, says, the myth, out of this devastated landscape, a new dawn arose. Life began anew. So perhaps pure chaos gave the power, the spark of life to a magic universe.”
The sheer psychic disruption of 9/11 was devastating for me, but it’s led to a new dawn in many ways. It’s lead to an awakening, that could be the very event that eventually gets humanity back on a natural track.
Women who run with wolves — wildness, chaos –have the courage to face the darkness and malevolent forces of deception.
With chaos, comes the balancing of order, and that will never be built on a mountain of lies. The world will likely not settle, until those with the wisdom of the natural order find their feet and voice, once again.