The Pole Shift Handle

I saw something. Imagine if you could knock off an evil politician and get away with it, the next day they would appoint another. Then you fry a banker on Wall Street and they appoint another. Then you wallop a drug lord in Mexico and his number two takes over.

The world is incurable. The degradation and corruption has gone too deep. All the evil in the inner hell worlds is linked, it’s all narcissism and the ego trying to better itself and here on earth, even though it looks like one evil is in competition with another, it is all the same force. (Read more on Narcissism by Stuart Wilde)

Obama, the White House, the Police State, the bent senators, black magicians, drug lords, sex slavers, Israel, boy soldiers, gang rapes in India, pedophile rings, Satanic rituals, the Catholic Church, Mafia gangsters etc.… it’s the human ego abusing others for gratification, or to better its position in some way.


If we could destroy this cancer of evil; the world as we know it would die.  The cancer runs the show, politics, government, money, ideas, the media, war, industry, transport, sex, drugs, bribery, if we destroyed it all, there would not be enough people left to run the world.

We would regress a hundred years to Victorian times.

Imagine if there is a large handle and if you pull it the poles shift positions, the earth spins north to south suddenly. All the evil gets rubbed out as its karma is truly rotten and the good survive, as they will be in the right place at the right time.

You could send us a postcard and let us know what you decide, but if the poles shift there will be 500 MPH winds, so we’ll know soon enough. Thank you for your help, very kind.

© Stuart Wilde 2013 –

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Stuart Wilde (1946 – 2013) is considered by many to be the greatest metaphysical teacher that has ever lived. Most famous New Age, New Thought writers and teachers privately studied with him, or they have been greatly influenced by his work. Read the full Stuart Wilde Bio >