Lasted edited by Andrew Munsey, updated on June 14, 2016 at 8:59 pm.
Compiled by Congress:Founder:Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
February 2, 2016
Another entry in my year+-long saga to bring about the Isa. 66:5-8 repentance clause of prophecy: the earth bringing forth in one day, the kingdom of heaven being born without tribulation, because we no longer deserve tribulation.
The information presented here should be considered HYPOTHETICAL, to give you an idea of some of the problems and opportunities we face as a society. Any relation to actual situations is coincidental.
You might be wondering why I would share something so personal so openly, especially something that reflects so poorly on me. Part of the reason for this is that my life’s mission seems to entail my life being an open book, so others can learn from my mistakes as well as draw strength from positive attributes. One of the themes of my life saga is that good people can make bad mistakes, and it is incumbent upon them, like with anyone else, to overcome those and God will be there to help them with that.
Another reason I’m sharing this is because it viscerally illustrates how narrow my time is to do the Isa. 66:5 experience to help evoke the repentance clause of prophecy. I don’t see anyone else out there pursuing this objective and once we hit tribulation (economic collapse, societal meltdown, martial law), then the Isa. 66:7,9 scenario is no longer an option for us instead we face the consequences described in 66:4 “I will bring their fears upon them, because when I called, none did answer, when I spake, they did not hear.”
What does this have to do with exotic free energy? We get the government and the energy we deserve. Because of the wickedness and corruption we’ve sown as a society, right now we deserve the tyranny we’re getting. Free energy is all about freedom. If we want free energy to emerge, we need to deserve the freedom that is associated with it. So this quest I’ve been on to bring about the repentance clause is to facilitate a more timely emergence of these technologies.
Regarding my lust addiction, let me repeat what I have said several times in my public disclosures. On the spectrum, I’m on the end of having just crossed over the line – nowhere close to the dark end of the spectrum. Nevertheless, I am deeply ashamed of these mistakes and hope for a full healing, not just of myself, but of those with whom I’ve been involved. And I believe that healing can and will happen.
LIE DETECTOR TEST
Yesterday I spent from 9:30 am to 5:15 pm (without a lunch break) at the FBI’s Provo office preparing for and doing a lie detector test with Mark Henderson, who has conducted thousands of these tests over 27 years.
The primary thing they wanted to know is if I had disclosed the full extent of the victims.
The lie detector test itself only took about half an hour, and we did that probably around 2 or 3 pm. It consisted of around 6 questions, which were fully disclosed to me and discussed with me before the test.
To start out, when I arrived, they read me my Miranda rights, making sure I understood that this test was voluntary, and that I had a right to retain an attorney for counsel, and that I had a right to remain silent.
Jeff, who was the one who came here three weeks ago to visit with me, informed me that it is likely that criminal charges will be pressed by a couple of police departments, so this is likely to go to trial.
The next several hours was spent just with Mark. He wanted to make sure I had fully disclosed the extent of my acting out with underage females (I don’t have an issue with males), both in the extent of acting out and in the number of females with whom I acted out. This was so that when he asked the question in the lie detector test to ascertain if I had fully disclosed this to them that a “yes” answer would be assured.
I went into the test confident that they would get that “yes” they were looking for. He strapped all the equipment to me: a blood pressure cuff, two pads to measure palm sweating, two pneumatic testers: one around the ribs and one around the abdomen, to measure breathing and a pressure pad under where I was sitting and on the floor, for my feet, to measure movement. They want you to hold very still during each question set and they repeat the questions three times, in a different sequence to see how reproducible the results are. The primary thing they look at is heart rate and sweating. The body’s autonomic system increases the heart rate for a few seconds after a lie is told. Sweating increases as well.
At the beginning of the test, he did a “control,” with a set of numbers he had written from 1-6, with a box empty for the number 4, which I wrote. He then asked me, “did you write the number 1?” I would say, “No,” and he wanted me to say “no” to all of the numbers, including the number 4, which should have been a “yes,” so he could see that my body registers a lie. It did.
After we did the test, he said, “Well, you didn’t do so well.” He didn’t elaborate on which questions showed up as “lie.”
We then talked for a couple more hours, and I sought to dredge up anything I might have forgotten or wasn’t saying as fully as I should have. We addicts tend to downplay things, and there were a few things I clarified so they came closer to the actual extent. He was seeking a full confession from me, so I could come clean. I wanted to give a full confession, and I was wracking my brain to try and remember things and not downplay anything.
As we rolled past 5 pm, and the work day was drawing to a close, I asked Mark if he wouldn’t mind if I said a prayer. He was taken aback. He said that in the 27 years of doing this, he has never had anyone ask that before. “We’re government, not church,” he reminded me, also pointing out that he was moved by my question. I responded that we need to bring God back into government – something he seemed to agree with. I told him that essentially I wanted to pray for help in remembering the things that need to be brought out into the open, so that I can be cleared, including spiritually, and so lives can be healed. So he let me offer my prayer.
And with that, the day with them was over.
Last night, I sent the following email to Jeff, since I don’t have Mark’s email.
: As I was driving home this evening, pondering about the test Mark took on me, wondering why he got negative results, one of the things that came to mind is this.
: One of the questions he asked was if I ever told a serious lie to a friend. Based on how Mark couched his explanation regarding that question, I said, "no."
: Actually, this addiction is such that I lied sometimes to Cheri and she would qualify as a friend. Eventually I would tell the truth, most of the time. (I didn't tell her about the some of the stuff I told you.)
: This discrepancy would also effect the question that Mark asked about whether I would be answering all the questions truthfully.
I may be wrong, but I bet as a rule of thumb, most addicts lie about things relating to their addiction. It’s part of downplaying, denial, deferring – and it’s part of the demonic element that accompanies addictions. Satan is no truth teller.
I still haven’t been able to think of anything that I might have left out I’ve been drawing a blank. I’m curious how closely what I said above to Jeff corresponds to what Mark saw in the data he took on me during my test.
ROLE OF CONFESSION IN REPENTANCE
As I was pondering on why I need to go through this in my life, one thought that came to me was that it is instructive for the whole “repentance clause of prophecy,” that I talk about, whereby humanity turns away the destruction and captivity to which they are headed because they turn back to God and goodness. In drawing in this F.B.I. experience, I realized that this isn’t just about people saying a prayer to God in humility, with a broken heart and contrite spirit (Isa. 66:2), but that confession of their sins to those most impacted and to the necessary authorities, is part of that process, part of the accountability for the wrongdoings. It’s part of the cleansing process – getting it out in the open. The mighty change of heart as a gift of God doesn’t come without that.
I realize that in most people’s confession process, disclosure to legal authorities is not indicated/required. But for many, it is. I can relate to them in the hesitation they might feel to make such a confession. Confession, in general, is not easy for anyone. It seems to be part of the wiring of making mistakes. We don’t want to admit that we were wrong. Also, we don’t want to face the repercussion of admitting we made a serious mistake. The possible ramifications can be daunting: losing a job, losing one’s spouse, losing one’s family, losing one’s reputation, incarceration.
For me, and I would imagine for most others who are awake to what is going on in the world, putting my life in the hands of the government is pretty much the last thing I want to do. I see the U.S. government and the judicial system as being extremely corrupt. It’s not about justice and mercy it’s about retribution, highest-paid attorneys, corrupt laws, letting the rich go free because of their money, while incarcerating people for victimless crimes (e.g. marijuana). An attorney friend of mine, more than a year ago, told me that when it comes to the genre of offenses I’m involved with, “You’re lucky if your sentence is only ten times worse than what you actually did.”
So why am I submitting myself to them? (I could, instead, get attorneys involved and talk through them, only what they advise, presenting as little as possible.)
I have to say that opening up to them and not holding back has felt good. There is a liberating power in confession. I need to also put a caveat on “not holding back.” My unfolding stuff to them has come in steps, bits and pieces. It hasn’t been like a fire hydrant of recollection. Part of that comes from being cognizant of time of those listening to me. If I elaborated each instance in detail, it would take much longer than if I depict a composite representation of a certain kind of acting out that happened several times. The biggest part of that, though, is that I don’t have that great of memory, generally speaking. It isn’t easy for me to remember the details of how things happened. And as an addict, my tendency to try to minimize or downplay things creates a fog in my memory, making it difficult to recall exactly what happened.
So maybe you can see why I wanted to say a prayer for assistance in remembering what I need to remember.
Maybe as I put this story out there, I’ll get some feedback reprimanding me for being a fool to disclose so much to the government agents. Maybe I’ve been wrong to do it this way and not protect my interests, because we don’t live in an ideal world, but a very corrupt world.
I’m quite sure that my open confessions to the government has almost surely provided the information they have needed in order to press charges, that they would not have had otherwise. I told them things they would have never known without my telling them.
Yes, I think of myself as a genuine, sincere person, generally very honest – except when it has come to my addiction, in the past. I want to come clean, even if it means the possibility of incarceration for a time far beyond what I deserve.
I would hope that if this goes to court that the judge will weigh heavily my open confession, both in what I published last year, http://tinyurl.com/SterlingConfesssion as well as what I volunteered to the government agents who visited me here three weeks ago, and then again and in more detail yesterday with Mark. I hope the judge will give a lenient sentence (e.g. house arrest), so I can continue my work in promoting new clean energy technologies, to help bring these to the planet.
If I end up receiving a severe sentence, I will look at it as a likely microcosm to where the planet is headed – severe incarceration under the New World Order. Captivity follows those who sin. This is as true of nations as it is of individuals. Repentance is an option to bring grace / mercy to those who come forth with a broken heart and contrite spirit. (Isa. 66:2) – ideally speaking anyway. I doubt that it plays out that way very often in the judicial system of today.
STILL LOOKING FOR A FEMALE PARTNER IN THIS QUEST
I am still hoping that a female will step forward to do this Isa. 66:5 appearance-of-the-Lord quest with me, and that appearance will get the world’s attention to the fact that if they repent and turn back to God, then the destructions/captivity to which they are headed can be turned away. (The reason I need a female companion for this is so that there is the proper yin/yang balance for this earth-transforming event.) And yes, with the possibility of incarceration breathing down my neck, I can relate to the police state tyranny that is breathing down the neck of society right now. We are maybe just days away from tribulation and the ensuing loss of our Constitutional freedoms.
I’m thinking that if I have that Isa. 66:5 experience soon, that in addition to the planet waking up, I will be vindicated, and I will be healed of my addiction. There will be absolutely no grounds for incarceration, and I’ll be in a position to see to it that I’m not incarcerated. This planet will be in for a major house-cleaning, setting right side up what is up-side-down. Part of the reason the New World Order doesn’t enslave us will be because we unseat their power, exposing their crime, meting out justice to those who don’t repent.
All these technologies that have been suppressed for so long will be able to come out into the open and bless humanity. We’ll have plenty of job opportunities with all these emerging technologies. Energy will become very affordable. Poverty will be eliminated. Water will no longer be a problem. Natural, healthy cures for disease and cancer can come forward.
What has become more clear to me with this F.B.I. experience is that the confession portion of the planet’s repentance isn’t going to be something that happens in a day. Logistically, I don’t see that happening that quickly. (If the Isa. 66:5 appearance happens,) the planet will wake up in a day to the fact that if they do repent, then they can turn away the destructions but the actual steps of enacting that repentance will take days before we have a sufficient core, with many others straggling in, over time, thereafter.
I totally get why most females won’t even begin to consider doing this with me. Sounds Quixotic, out of touch with reality. Who, in their right mind, would want to align with someone like me – a confessed p? Who could believe that someone with that despicable of weakness could do anything good? Who would want to be associated with that? You can totally relate to why Cheri divorced me.
While I can relate to why there is a general hesitance, I have to say that I am astonished that none have stepped forward yet, fully on board with this. Not even one (not legitimate). Surely there is some single, qualified, and willing female out there who will see the goodness of what I’m trying to do, notwithstanding my mistakes, and will come stand by my side. I would think that there could be on the order of thousands of such ladies to choose from, so it is baffling to me that not one has answered this call that I have been putting forth so persistently.
As I’ve said before, the prophecy of Isa. 66:4 is that if we stay at “when I called, none did answer,” then our consequence will be, “I will bring their fears upon them” – we get what’s coming to us.
As I’ve said so many times, we don’t have to go through hell to get heaven on earth. That is a scriptural principle. It’s called repentance. You might say it is not likely that the planet would undergo a major turning back to God, but I see it prophesied in Isa. 66:5-8 among other places. But the Isa. 66:5-8 prophecy isn’t worded as a definite, but as an option. Will we take that option?
I’ve been putting out the invitation. What we’re waiting for is a single, qualified, and willing female to accept the invitation. Come on gals! Surely there someone out there who is up to this.
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