Dr. Neruda Interview #5: The Deception of Enslavement

“…the beings that have enslaved humanity designed a world in which we adjusted to over eons of time, and evolved into it in such a manner that we became lost in our world.”-Dr. Neruda

The 5th Interview is Released

Here’s another long-awaited document. The previous four Neruda interviews were released over a decade ago, but James had chosen to hold this interview back from publication until now. Perhaps the most radical information disclosure James has made. You can find it in the Content section of the new website under Neruda Interviews. It’s free.-Mark Hempel, Press release, 05/28/14

creator_down_sideWith the release of the new Wingmakers website, we also get the 5th part of the Dr. Neruda Interviews. For those not familiar with these interviews, I highly recommend starting with Part 1, as these are paradigm-shattering in scope. That said, part 5 gives us a “nutshell” of the collective illusion (The Matrix) and its origins:

Sarah: “But you’re saying everything is a lie? Everything… I mean everything we’ve been taught to believe is a deception! How is that possible… or … or even believable?”

Dr. Neruda: “It’s possible because the beings that have enslaved humanity designed a world in which we adjusted to over eons of time, and evolved into it in such a manner that we became lost in our world. The veils that have been placed over us are opaque. So much so that people operate as human uniforms unaware that everything around them is illusory. It is a programmed reality that is not real.
“The WingMakers say everything is simply sound holographically organized to look real.”

Sarah: “It’s depressing…”

Dr. Neruda: “Only when you consider the scope of the deception and the way in which humanity has allowed it to rule their behaviors. The good news is that you’re hearing about this now.”

2 Comments

  1. This is begining to look like the convergence from WM to Alantis and Annunaki and it is poorly weaved to make sense. Sorry but to tangle the Annunaki story into such a mix is way way too far fetched!.

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