LISA RENEE: “Holographic Inserts that Skip Time”

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“Some of the common holographic inserts that are utilized during astral types of remote viewing and abduction scenarios are to separate the lightbody layers by running different particle rhythms in each layer. This rearranges the layers of lightbody to be sectioned into various timelines beyond the reach of the current station of time for that particular individual, so the offending parasitic entity can make use of that body. The purpose is to disconnect the lightbody layers so they will not integrate into their future aspects. When an individual takes psychedelic drugs or loses consciousness through trauma, this also separates the layers and dissociates sections of the consciousness aspects from the physical body. Some holographic inserts are designed to change the rate of speed between the higher mental body and the actual physiology to increase the separation that exists in between the layers, which is purposed to spread them over several…

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LISA RENEE: “False Identity”

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“The false self or the False Identity is usually formed to generate inner walls in our unconscious mind as a result of unhealed painful trauma and fears. People in pain form opposite sets of compensating behaviors, which means they act out behaviors that are actually the opposite of who they really are. This is done to keep up appearances or meet externally perceived expectations, connected to their mental body enforced belief system. These compensating behaviors turn into fear based coping mechanisms in order to get through life, with people putting up a façade or false identity. They may be reduced to impersonating other people’s behaviors around them in order to feel safe, where other people’s behaviors become the mental body architecture that form the false identity mask that they show to the world. Essentially, the more in pain a person is the stronger their walls of separation or Amnesiac Barriers…

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