The editorial (No. 1086) written by Dr. Aniruddha Joshi on 8th March 2015 has more wonderful displays of strategies used by Vrati and Savarni bloodlines against the Druid, Voodoo, Zidar, Cetu, Vetu and Reptilians.
It starts with Prometheus slowly but surely trapping Circe and Aporojatus in his plan. The editorial further mentions of Emperor Zeus impersonating as Utnapishtim and fooling Hiram Abiff, Kronos, Osiris, Aporojatus, Epimetheus, Marduk and their ten political officers with help of his trusted aide, General Arkon.
But the sentence which I liked the most in this editorial is the one which General Arkon narrates while speaking with Emperor Zeus while briefing him about the global convention of the Garuda sect which Matriarch Soteria and Thea (Theia) are planning to organize very soon in Vietnam or Vratnam. Here Arkon says, “An Emperor should never count on anyone or anything until and unless there is a concrete certitude (and evidence). Otherwise it surely leads to defeat”.
This sentence is so very important for all of us in our lives. Every day we are exposed to so many fallacies, illusions and deceits that we should really not trust anything of anyone until the certitude is concrete or tangible. This reminds me of the age-old saying that “the proof of cake is in eating it”.