War in Afghanistan (2001-2021)
Twenty years ago 9/11 happened ushering in a 20-year War in Afghanistan. Today that war ended for all intents and purposes so I went up on the roof of my building in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, where I originally watched the planes hit the Twin Towers as everything seems to be coming full circle in End Times. American Airlines Flight 11 flew into the North Tower of the World Trade Center complex at 8:46 am (8+4+6=18=9 or endings). Seventeen minutes later at 9:03 am (9=endings. 3=third dimension or physical reality), United Airlines Flight 175 hit the South Tower as I watched.
I blogged about 9/11 on Crystalinks for days averaging 2 million unique visitors each day. Surreal. I also think it's really bizarre that somewhere below me tonight, as I made this video, was playing a spiritual flute as I stood there. That never happens here.
The last US military planes have left Afghanistan, marking the end of the United States' longest war . The last US military planes have left Afghanistan, Commander of US Central Command, Gen. Frank McKenzie announced Monday at the Pentagon. The US departure marks the end of a fraught, chaotic and bloody exit from the United States' longest war.
President Biden's handling of the evacuation from Afghanistan was riddled with mistakes and collateral damage but if you look at his predecessors - they were all programmed the same way. Today we look at life through a social media lens and immediately judge and argue becoming as hostile as the enemy who for the most part are people seeking peace and a homeland often forced into servitude by invading armies. The way the simulation works shows us daily that nothing comes easy. We are not here to experience an easy way out but hallmark events fraught with danger that spike in the grid making us focus (a big word in healing) and pay attention through emotions which is how we process in physical reality.
Did you know ...
The religion Zoroastrianism is believed by some to have originated in what is now Afghanistan between 1800 and 800 BCE, as its founder Zoroaster is thought to have lived and died in Balkh.
The name "Zoro" means "Star" and is of "Persian" origin. "Aster" comes from the ancient Greek word which also means "Star". Zoroaster ... from the stars.
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