Awaken Deliberately Hidden Truth Through R. Scott Lemriel’s Uplifting Work

If you turn on the news, you probably won’t like what you see and hear. Violence and chaos are erupting all around the world and political tension is at an all-time high. Nations are fighting against each other and governmental structures are collapsing. In a time when the world is desperate for a message of hope, author R. Scott Lemriel is bringing those positive messages through his books, lectures, and screenplays. The world might be in chaos now, but that’s not what the future holds.

Known as a direct experience-based hidden truth revealing researcher, R. Scott Lemriel has plenty of positive, consciousness-expanding messages for the world. His messages of hope and promise are based on his direct, personal experience receiving important information about Earth’s hidden history and an impending event that will transform our society forever.

R. Scott Lemriel presents his uplifting messages to humanity through several pieces of work, including original music, radio interviews, and two books titled The Seres Agenda and The Emerald Doorway. All of Lemriel’s creative projects are available on his website, including samples of his original music with titles like Lemuria and Stranger on a Lost Island.

Lemriel’s work is changing the way people perceive life, humans, and the Prime Creator of all life.

What does a hidden truth-revealing researcher do?
Lemriel’s life’s work is to help people awaken higher faculties and eventually realize the true purpose of existing as human beings on planet Earth. He incorporates the knowledge gained from his research into each of his creative endeavors as a way of sharing it with the world. For example, in The Seres Agenda, Lemriel reveals hidden knowledge about Earth’s future that doesn’t end in destruction as some might imagine. Even more hidden truths are revealed within The Emerald Doorway. This book is the first in the Parallel Time Trilogy.

“The purpose of these new book publications, feature film projects, and uplifting new music is to assist fellow human beings to co-create recovering what they knew before they found themselves on planet Earth with little or no former memory intact,” Lemriel told one journalist.

Lemriel’s ultimate goal is to unmask the deeply hidden truth about the origins of human life on Earth and help people remember their connection to the universe and awaken to a higher consciousness to experience a multidimensional transformation on a grand scale. Disclosing what he knows about Earth’s history and its bright future necessarily discloses the existence of extraterrestrials.

The effects of humanity’s consciousness expansion will have intergalactic consequences and it’s all part of a carefully orchestrated plan.

Truth seekers get ready for a positive outcome

Many truth seekers today might hold the opinion that Earth and our society is doomed, and given the current state of the world, that seems like a reasonable conclusion. Lemriel, however, disagrees and has a much more empowering message to bring to those who seek the truth.

Although he agrees with those who believe the human race has been manipulated by extraterrestrials for a long time, Lemriel also explains that there are positive extraterrestrials attempting to help society from behind the scenes. Instead of the doomsday prophecies espoused by other truth-seeking sources, Lemriel reminds us all of another, more hopeful possibility: recovering something very special that was taken from all of us long ago without our consent. He reveals what this is in his books.

It’s time for humanity to wake up
For those who aren’t quite ready to hear the direct messages of whistleblowers and contactees about Earth’s ancient history, Lemriel’s books are the perfect source of information. Written in a fictional style, yet based on his direct experience, Lemriel delivers messages of hidden truth as exciting stories that even skeptics will enjoy.

For those who wish to keep hitting the snooze button, it’s only a matter of time before they, too, will open their eyes and start listening to these messages. Perhaps they’ll want to stay awake once they realize the message is one of hope and not fear.

32 thoughts on “Awaken Deliberately Hidden Truth Through R. Scott Lemriel’s Uplifting Work”

  1. Yes, one reason Galileo had difficulty convincing people that the Earth went around the sun was that his (circular orbit) theory matched observations less well than the old epicyclic math did.
    This is skipped over in the modern morality tale version of the dispute. Because facts obscure the ideological lesson.

  2. I will say this. It is time for Elon to do a hit on Miscavige and take his place–and turn scientology into a pro-space cult.

    It is what L. Ron should have done–we could have gotten some use out of that religion.

    Then too–I’ve said for years that the money Zubrin wasted on playing house on Devon island should have been spent on hookers and private eyes into blackmailing politicians into raising NASA budgets.

  3. This, that the earth is an sphere has been known since antiquity, known by seafaring peoples as an obvious truth.

    Sun as an center is a bit more complex.
    All expected orbits to be perfect circles. They had pretty good models of how the planets moved with earth as the center, yes it was an mess with lots of circles inside circles and tweaks on top of it.
    However it worked as in it was predictable.
    Now put the sun in the center and it don’t match up anymore.
    Once Kepler realized orbits is ellipses the calculations fit.
    The rest is history.

  4. I was actually thinking of Terry Pratchet and his Discworld series when I mentioned that.

    From Wikipedia on “Turtles all the way down”:

    The exact origin of the phrase is uncertain. In the form “rocks all the way down”, the saying appears as early as 1838.

    References to the saying’s mythological antecedents, the World Turtle and its counterpart the World Elephant, were made by a number of authors in the 17th and 18th centuries. This mythology is frequently assumed to have originated in ancient India and other Hinduist beliefs.

    The article gives a lot of stories using this concept – one referenced Bertram Russell :

    Bertrand Russell also mentions the story in his 1927 lecture Why I Am Not a Christian while discounting the First Cause argument intended to be a proof of God’s existence:

    If everything must have a cause, then God must have a cause. If there can be anything without a cause, it may just as well be the world as God, so that there cannot be any validity in that argument. It is exactly of the same nature as the Hindu’s view, that the world rested upon an elephant and the elephant rested upon a tortoise; and when they said, ‘How about the tortoise?’ the Indian said, ‘Suppose we change the subject.’


  5. Yah… let’s put it this way: given an article on NBF, I was hopeful that the beginning of the thing wouldn’t’ve been representative of the remainder. Hence, with increasing dismay, I ploughed on. Any other site, and I too would have listened to my bbb-bb-b-bûllsnot meters pegging. ⋅-=≡ GoatGuy ✓ ≡=-⋅

  6. Which was rubbish.

    The Earth being round was known 2500 years ago.

    Though the centre of the universe thing is nearly correct: it was thought of as the bottom of the universe, ie. where all the dregs drain down to. Which is nearly the same, but with vastly different connotations.

  7. “Announcements” like this are written in a way that encourages one to read “the next sentence, because the previous sentences promised a truth would be revealed”.

    Really? Because that style produces an instant “this is meaningless spam” reaction in me.
    I skipped to the comments after the first 3 or 4 lines.

    I suppose it is a learned reaction, and when I was 20 or so I would have reacted differently.

  8. I had to binge Spongebob Squarepants and Homestar Runner just to increase my IQ back to the level it was at before reading this. And that’s saying something, because my beliefs about the universe, people usually consider fairly “out there”. But this is some straight-up LOLINTERNET stuff.

  9. … with hidden extraterrestrials … which was kind of a give-away, once I got over the head-shaking banality of it all.

  10. I looked at the top of the piece to see if it was advertising. Brian’s byline was there. I read through. As usual, the comments illuminate the article.
    “Sponsored Content” should be included with the byline.

  11. The author assumes we live under the illusion of the Lesser Purpose of *blind* consumerism and wishes us to see the Greater Purpose of consumerism *guided* by their Extraordinary Benevolence.

  12. It is nearly two months early of April Føøl’s Day!

    Announcements” like this are written in a way that encourages one to read “the next sentence, because the previous sentences promised a truth would be revealed”. Yet, by the time I actually got to the end, I realized I was served a great steaming bowl of tripe. 

    IF “mankind has a higher purpose”, it is almost certain that the philosophers of the last 3,000 years have either sussed it out, or worked out concretely that we don’t.  

    Personally, I don’t think we have a higher purpose, than what presents itself every moment, day, year and eon. Biologically, our purpose is to reproduce; socially, our purpose is to interact; scientifically, to question, discover and taxonomically organize what we find; many of us, fighting the banal ends of nihilism, invest time, money and learning into the principles of belief-in-deity. The continuüm there is broad, from hard predeterminism thru humanism and ecological ecumenicalism.  

    But belief it is. 

    As the great comedian and philosopher George Carlin once uproariously lampooned, “The Earth doesn’t give a Fûque about us Puny Humans. We’re a particularly self-absorbed lot of monkeys, doing what monkeys do.” (Paraphrased)

    But, seeing as our villages are larger than a couple of families deep, we also need to get along with each other. Mutual good. Thus… Laws, Conventions, Polity and Enforcement.  

    ⋅-⋅-⋅ Just saying, ⋅-⋅-⋅
    ⋅-=≡ GoatGuy ✓ ≡=-⋅

  13. Your response to this article awakened in me the undying, lights of chortle, guffaw and BWAHAHAHA. Thanks, Beefycat!

  14. Brian, you really need to put “advertisement” or the euphemistic “sponsored content” labels on this kind of stuff or, better yet, be more selective in whose money you take. Even the tabloids have some standards in who they allow to advertise (difficult as it is to believe, I know).

  15. K: Fifteen hundred years ago, everybody knew that the Earth was the center of the universe. Five hundred years ago, everybody knew that the Earth was flat. And fifteen minutes ago, you knew that humans were alone on this planet. Imagine what you’ll know tomorrow.
    — Men In Black

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