Imagine you’re an average American lunch box Joe trying to find something and the next thing you know, a Mayan Shaman Priest is telling you, “You’re the one who is going to bring the crystal skull forward into the new world.”
Before you can figure out what kind of rabbit hole you’ve fallen into, there you are, with an airplane ticket for Mexico in your hand and the phone rings. On the other end is Father Malachi Martin, a famous Jesuit with passionate interest in Planet X / Nibiru and he wants to talk to you. The humble man the universe has chosen for this sacred mission.
Does this sound like something only Hollywood could create? Well, it’s exactly what happened to Richard Shafsky in 1978 and his experiences would later inspire the movie, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008). However, his own life experience since 1978, has been far less like those of an Indiana Jones and much more like a Sarah Connor, the Terminator character.
Like Sarah Connor, Richard has lived with a vision of a dark future for decades, mocked and ridiculed by those condemned to a fatal rendezvous by their own hubris and denial. This is because Richard has seen the past, and the future projected in perfect 3-D images projected by the Mayan Crystal Skull.
Chosen to be the one to bring this wisdom to the West, the crystal skull creators downloaded a wealth of knowledge into his head and in this interview, you will get the full story about the past and the coming flyby tribulation. That’s right! The whole story, and if you are in awareness, it will resonate with every fiber of your being.
Warning: If you’re NOT in awareness and think you’ve got a good bead on things, what you’ll learn about the history of the Planet X system, Earth and Mars will be unsettling to say the least. Worse yet, what Richard tells you about our near future will terrify you and then your happy little consumer bubble of contentment will be forever gone. So if you have an itch to go the mall — scratch it.
Additionally, in this interview, Marshall Masters will explain what he is doing with a motivated team of investors and planners to build sustainable communities for those in awareness. He calls his project, Knowledge Mountain, and it’s not about the end of this civilization. It is a clean slate for the beginning of the next and in this interview, he explains how you can participate in this noble effort.
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