The Codes Of A Loyal Officer
* This is an extract. See Codes Of A Loyal Officer for the full context in which this posting appeared.
The First Code
1) To honor one’s own integrity above all else.
This is an example of what it is NOT:
A being is only as valuable as they can serve others.
That statement has been lately used as a rallying call for implanters and enslavers. It has nothing, whatsoever to do with the Code of a Loyal Officer. In this case, “serve others” has been taken on to mean “enslavers”. Particularly Markabians.
As a matter of fact, this one statement has been recently used as a key ingredient in implants designed to further the enslaver’s dream of domination. There is a certain amount of consideration that should be addressed with this statement alone, but that is not for the moment.
What is for the moment is the first, and most important code of a Loyal Officer.
To honor one’s own integrity above all else.
This is a code rich with definition and if addressed superficially, the resulting ‘understanding’ pales in comparison to it’s underlying intent. As I had mentioned, months, if not years, are spent undergoing training to COMPLETELY understand, and to come to terms with, the intent being delivered by that code.
The phrase “one’s own” applies not only to ‘one’s self’ but also to the complete spectrum of the dynamic activity of life.
A code of “honor” is an honor to uphold.
With “integrity” all becomes whole.
“Above all else” places the cohesiveness of the dynamic activity of life above any single aspect alone.
A Loyal Officer knows that time holds no limitations, that space knows no bounds and that within those spheres of influence, there is NOTHING which will prevent him from doing his duty. You see, the first code is much more that just a code of conduct, it is an intentioned way of life. Through the successful understanding of what a Loyal Officer is, the officer accepts no other life in which to ‘live’.
As I have mentioned, NOT ONE implanter or enslaver has EVER successfully completed the training involved with the FIRST code of a Loyal Officer. It is also true that NOT ONE Loyal Officer has EVER become an implanter or enslaver through the destructive means employed to bring that about. They all ultimately fail. Period.
You can certainly be a being who becomes valuable only when they can serve others as it is currently intended by domineering purposes or you can come to understand integrity and the honor with which it is to uphold that integrity. Not for the good of some specific ‘others’, but “above all else”.
Now you know why Loyal Officers, when called for some specific task, are left alone to complete that task. A Loyal Officer knows what he is doing and where it is that he is going. An enslaver or implanter, on the other hand, always require constant contact in order to keep their agendas “on track”.
A Loyal Officer knows no bounds and yet is bound by something far greater. “Above all else” a Loyal Officer has the honor of performing his duty with integrity.
With the understanding of what it means to be a Loyal Officer comes the responsibility to carry out that understanding. It’s never failed.
Number two of the Code of a Loyal Officer has an interesting story of it’s own. Perhaps you have heard of it? Number two was not as publicly known as number one, even though there was no effort to keep it ‘hidden’. There was an event that occurred some time ago, the end result of which brought number two out into full public view. This one too, is now written in stone but with a marked difference.
The Second Code
The Codes of a Loyal Officer, and the organization itself, have a very long history. There have been many changes within the organization itself, but when it comes to the codes, there is an entirely separate history that exists. Changes to the overall code are NOT looked upon with favor but eventually, every once in a great while, an alteration to the code survives it’s obligatory scrutiny. Not so with code number two.
Code number two, previously existed in it’s own right for quite some time, but made history by being the only code to ever successfully make it’s way to ‘set in stone’ status, essentially overnight.
What event could possible have motivated the Loyal Officers to take the unheard of step of making such a radical change to code number two so quickly?
The Wall of Fire.
As a result, code number two became of prime importance, only superseded by the first code. This is code number two:
2) There shall be no interference in the ways of Man.
But there is more to this story. Becoming set in stone, this code ALSO was altered in a very specific way. One single solitary line was placed through the middle of the entire sentence. One single line. In other words, code number two was revoked.
It was revoked as a remembrance of those who performed their duty during the Wall of Fire and it was revoked to honor those fellow officers who fell victim to that event.
Certain codes have been eliminated from the Code of a Loyal Officer before, but never has one been crossed off, and set in stone as a reminder. Now, there is no code number two, but code number two has much to say.
Perhaps in the future, code number two will be restored to it’s original place. Perhaps not. In either case the message of today is clear. Perhaps in the future it will become even more clear.
There will be no other codes forthcoming.
11 Apr 2005
When I first wrote the above I purposefully changed the first code to help eliminate confusion. The change was small but, at the time, much needed, as reality can be easily confused with one’s own thoughts and ideas. I wanted a clear and exact way to get across what the intent of the first code was and so I ADDED one word.
The first code, from above, is:
To honor one’s own integrity above all else.
The word ‘own’, in this sense, is possessive and a spiritual being DOES NOT possess integrity. A spiritual being IS that integrity. There is a huge difference between possessing and being.
Now that the separation of thought and reality is made more clear here is the code as it actually is:
To honor one’s integrity above all else.
It’s not to honor what one THINKS is one’s integrity. A universe can occupy the space between a thought and reality. In order to find out what one’s integrity is one must KNOW one’s self, inside and out.
That knowingness is spiritual freedom.
There wasn’t much of it around at the time of the above post, but perhaps we’ve come up the road just a tad.
- 11 Apr 2005 17:57 |