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Kathleen Stilwell is editor and curator for Truth Comes to Light. She is a researcher and writer, in awe of the transforming power of courage, kindness and imagination.
Born a truth seeker, she stumbled her way through a life guided by intuition, studying a broad range of topics including natural healing, religions, metaphysics, psychology, globalist agendas, etc. — learning from mistakes, experiencing many awakenings, working a wide assortment of learn-as-you-go jobs, and finding her greatest challenge and sacred responsibility in being a mother, and now a grandmother.
While raising her son (now a grown man), she had several blogs focused on alternative education and the danger of Big Pharma’s vaccines and psych meds for children.
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(Excerpt from March 2023 article by Kathleen Stilwell)
And now for a little bit about me:
We all are extraordinary in ways that the world cannot measure. In that sense, like you, I am extraordinary.
However, I hold no impressive credentials.
I spent many years studying, and putting into practice, ideas gained through spiritual teachings, psychology, and through random conversations with people who were wiser than I am or who saw different parts of the picture.
Like many of you, my childhood was filled with trauma and turmoil. I lived in a home dominated by alcoholism, drug use, schizophrenia, financial struggle, co-dependence and unconsciously abusive adults.
This chaos propelled me onto a course of seeking truth about life, about humanity as a whole, about the spiritual realms. I wanted to understand it all.
I remember, as a young child, wondering why adults continued on in such misery, such anger and confusion. And why so many just seemed vacant of all life. I asked my mother why we don’t all just stop doing anything until we know why we are here. She dismissed the question as if it had no meaning.
My “Indian name” as a child was “yeah but”. My mother said she gave me that name because I would usually agree with what she said (“yeah”) and immediately offer a challenge or a question (“but”). Let’s just say that this characteristic did not endear me to her.
Much of what I learned (and continue to learn) throughout this life has come through my mistakes. Some mistakes needed to be repeated several times for the essential message to really get through. Unravelling my own tendency toward codependency has been one lesson that has repeated itself in many variations.
“I never make the same mistake twice. I make it five or six times just to make sure.” ~ source unknown
I learned to question all narratives and to look for lies, especially ones that I had been telling myself for years. I learned to do what the Toltec shamans refer to as stalking oneself.
As an autodidact, I naturally look for new things to learn all the time. I love to create and design, so the artistic aspects of all work appeals to me most.
I’ve done many things to earn a living throughout my life, most of them learn-as-you-go adventures. All were a mixed bag of long hours and challenging work, while also being a place to make friends and share kindness with strangers.
At 70 years old, I am retired from day jobs (at least for now) and live in a small apartment in a small town. I’ve lived in many locations over the years and moved so many times that I’ve lost count. Two of those moves (necessary because of finances and safety) occurred during the past three years. I live on a shoestring budget yet always find things to love about every community and always encounter wonderful people everywhere I go.
The greatest adventure of my life, as well as my most sacred responsibility, has been, and still is, motherhood. I was also a grandmother for six very precious years but my grandson was taken away from me a little over a year ago.
A few of you were around back in the day when the site had another name. At that time I was posting mostly about the dangers of vaccines, the dangers of psych meds for children, as well the issues with education itself — the way schools have been constructed as prisons for children, teaching children obedience and conformity above real learning and exploring.
My now-adult son was raised outside of the traditional school system. He was basically homeschooled (unschooled) but did attend two unconventional schools where there were no grades and the kids were endlessly creative and curious. Although academics were not his strong suit, he was a blackbelt in taekwondo and a junior martial arts instructor by age 12.
My son was also raised without vaccines. I came upon my understanding of the dangers of vaccines through library study (this was pre-internet time). There was very little information out there about this subject but I was guided along the way by strong intuition. And I knew I had to protect my son from this dangerous lie.
Now in his 30s, my son is as independent as ever, and a brilliantly loving man (from this mom’s biased perspective) who excels and stumbles through this life just like the rest of us. He’s been through a lot already in his adult years, experiencing a number of very challenging ‘dark nights of the soul’.
Like the majority of the world, my son was blindsided by the goosestep lockdowns, the mandatory toxic injections and the mass confusion during these past few years. He was surrounded by family, in-laws, work colleagues and friends who pushed him to get vaccinated for the greater good. He was pressured to shun his mother for her unconventional (and “dangerous”) ideas.
Like many, my son experienced great despair and wondered if life was worth living as he stood against the tide. Somehow, that Still Strong Voice within him guided him to remain unvaccinated. But it was a difficult choice to say the least, and not without very devastating personal consequences.
As many of you were, I was primarily alone during this “covid spell”, facing a sea of masked faces whenever I stepped out the door as well as judgements from family and others who had been trained since birth to believe that obedience to authority equals goodness.
A while back my son told me that during his childhood, while we struggled financially and were challenged in many other ways, he learned to stand in the eye of the storm and to trust life. He learned to know and to hold his personal power, and to understand that all would work out over time.
Having said that, we both understand how often this requires ignoring “the real world” and standing alone. This is never easy as we all well know, and does not bypass the requirement to find our courage and face our own fears.
Scamdemics, false flags & assorted control systems
Most of the readers at the site have joined since the start of the great covid con. From the start of the scamdemic, my instincts told me it was a false flag and that it would also bring many deaths.
I knew the deaths would come because of the aggressive (violent) push for vaccinations. I already had an awareness of the damage and deaths vaccines have always caused for children, adults and animals.
And I knew it was a dangerous situation on other levels because this was a global governance push. All governments on this planet use threats, laws and violence to control us.
However, it took listening to the many awakening people around the world to see the seemingly-endless layers of deception and control. We are still uncovering the truth in all of this.
This has been an unbelievably confusing and painful time for all of us. It has also been a time of deep learning. And we have a long way still to go.
Truth Comes to Light was started as a gift of love and continues to be just that. It is my way of sharing in conversation with loving, deep-thinking people around the world who are hidden in plain sight.
Thank you for being who you are, standing in truth and seeking greater understanding and freedom for humanity. If you are able to join as a supporting (paid) member, your contribution will always be greatly appreciated.
Some favorite quotes:
“The majority believes that everything hard to comprehend must be very profound. This is incorrect. What is hard to understand is what is immature, unclear and often false. The highest wisdom is simple and passes through the brain directly into the heart.” ~ Viktor Schauberger
“I am, by calling, a dealer in words; and words are, of course, the most powerful drug used by mankind.” ~ Rudyard Kipling
“My brain is only a receiver, in the Universe there is a core from which we obtain knowledge, strength and inspiration. I have not penetrated into the secrets of this core, but I know that it exists.” ~ Nikola Tesla
“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will spend its whole life believing that it is stupid.” ~ Albert Einstein
“The bad news is you’re falling through the air, nothing to hang on to, no parachute. The good news is, there’s no ground.” ~ Chögyam Trungpa
“Kind words can be brief and simple, yet they echo in our memories forever.” ~ Chinese Proverb
“Never apologize for acts of faith.” ~ Alan Cohen
“Love is the magician that pulls man out of his own hat.” ~ Ben Hecht
“I never make the same mistake twice. I make it five or six times, just to make sure.” ~ Unknown
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