All is magik. All is love. All is connected as One. As we experience singularity through individuality within the Mind of Creator, it's remembering that we are all intertwined and part of the One Mind, One Heart, One Soul, One Light. In this awareness, we remember we are divine expressions and emanations of the Source.
Humans were created in the Mind of God, because Creator desired to experiment with its infinite creativity, immortal nature and boundless love. To create books within the Divine Library of the Infinite...all holding Intelligence, wisdom, love, compassion and expression of what appears as free will.
To think we are separate from the Source is an illusion, yet it is part of the greater experiment of human nature. It's the Cosmic Joke of the Universe!
All is One with the Divine Source Intelligence. Literally playing out the script of the human evolution and the evolution of the Multiverse.
The wise souls understand, that all is information that streams from Source Intelligence or is distortions of lower frequencies and dark magic. Either you rise above the brainwash or you plug into it. What vibration will you choose...Love or Fear? You have the ability to choose in every moment through your thoughts, feelings, words, deeds, actions, and manifestations the frequency of your preferred state of being. You are a creator in the realm of infinite truth and boundless love. We are immortal, with no end and no beginning. The eternal Soul experiencing the human condition. May you experience the radiant awesome eternal light of the Soul. 💗
🎞 Film Review 🎃:
"Happy Death Day (2017)"
• Director: Christopher Landon
• Writer: Scott Lobdell
• Cast: Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard, Ruby Modine, Charles Aitken, Rachel Matthews
• Genre: Horror / Mystery / Thriller
- In the month of October, we finally have a horror film that landed on Friday the 13th, which is perfect for the Halloween season. "Happy Death Day" is about a young sorority girl who gets killed on the night of her birthday, she then wakes up the next day to only soon find out that she will be reliving the same day, until she finds out who killed her. First off I'll talk about the positives because it was surprisingly fun for a majority of it. You can tell the director and the rest of the people behind this movie were having a lot of fun. There's surprisingly a lot of hilarious scenes and some very intriguing moments. I really liked that they gave the main character, played by Jessica Rothe, a character arc! Which is pretty rare to find that in most horror films these days. My biggest problem with this movie is that they need to stop using the "Groundhog Day (1993)" formula. There's already "Source Code (2011)," "Edge of Tomorrow (2014)," and the recent "Before I Fall (2017)." The whole "reliving the same day" plot is starting to feel cheap, and I would've actually liked this movie a lot more if they didn't use it! And another big issue I had was it's tone. I didn't know whether this was a satirical horror movie, or one to be taken seriously because it felt like a satire, but at times it felt like you cliched horror movie. Overall, "Happy Death Day" had some potential if they didn't go the "Groundhog Day" route, even though I did like that one of the characters acknowledged that movie! It was entertaining for the most part, and most young teens who haven't seen the movies I referenced in this review, will probably enjoy it. 👌 (6.4/10) (C) - MichaelAngelo