External evidences are no longer necessary for those who question.
Foresights are accepted, yet claims are delayed.
Promissory stances clear from those of lower mindsets.
Handicaps are removed.
Peace tomes are read.
And now the analysis:
Interpretations: “External evidences are no longer necessary for those who question.” – Here is a rather interesting statement that seems to imply one needs not seek for confirmation or validation for questions they have. The phrase external evidences are no longer necessary implies a process by which an individual will look outside of themselves to confirm an inner supposition, theory, or knowing. For example, if you wake up in the morning and you receive an intuitive message that says “it is raining outside” you might look out the window for confirmation—an example of external evidence. Generally speaking, confirmation of one’s beliefs, suspicions, contentions, conclusions, biases and so on is a very good idea. After all, in manifesting our desires, we need accurate information. Cooking a meal with the wrong ingredients won’t produce the effect you want. But is this what this statement is actually saying? Is it suggest that confirmation of truth is no longer necessary using external means? I think there is more nuance here.Source: Gaia Portal — March 6th 2017: External evidences are no longer necessary for those who question. | with interpretations by Justin | Stillness in the Storm