02 October, 2012

A Half-Wits Opinion Of December 12th

William Roache Ken Barlow of Coronation Street
It's interesting that William Roache has received a lot of stick following stating his opinion that the world will change dramatically on December 12th. He's generally thought now to be something of a nut-case.

For those who don't know, 80 year old Roache is a UK actor who has been in the soap Coronation Street since it started back in 1960. Not exactly my cup of tea, but each to their own. What annoys me though are some of the comments made against him such as: "i think he need puttin in an home now" and "What a shame that this man is such a fool."

I guess Roache can't win because (a) he's getting on in years and (b) he dares to say something different from the norm. Wonder what this says about us as a society today.

So what did Bill actually say? This is a little of what he wrote in Silent Voices magazine:

"The energy and light of the Creator is love. Love is the life force, it is everything, it is the law of attraction.

I have always known that there are beings around me, loving and guiding, and never more so than now."

Regarding the 12th of December he added:

"This will be the Golden Age, when a majority will know they are love and spiritual beings. The Earth will continue to cleanse itself while material and negative things will collapse and cease to be.

No one religion or philosophy has the sole rights on spiritual beliefs - understand we are all pure love made in love, living in love. It is urgent to get this over. Time is running out."

Roache puts himself further in the firing range by saying that his daughter, Edwina, who died aged 18 months in 1984, is now a nurse in the afterlife. He said, "She is helping other children who have passed over to understand what has happened to them."

He then puts himself deeper in the mire by saying he believes that we will soon be able to communicate by telepathy. It appears that a homeopathic doctor told him this while he slept; "He was able to appear on the astral plane, come into a dream and actually speak to me in that way."

So no wonder I've read further comments about Roache's beliefs, like this one from someone called Colin Dodd: "Bring on the men in white coats. Why is this half-wit not in a secure place?"

Wonder who are the real half-wits in the world today?

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16 comments:

  1. Well if they think William Roache is a nutcase,then they're going to think
    Richard Martini
    (assistant director on the movie "Salt")
    is a nut-tree -

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMNv99gyCtI&feature=relmfu

    And I may as well just check myself into the cuckoo's nest now.-)

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    1. I think there's quite a few of us who will be joining you Darren.

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  2. well, witches used to be stoned, and didn't nostradamus have to keep his writings secret??? who am i to judge.

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    1. We should have moved on from that era now. It's probably the time now to express our beliefs, despite possible ridicule.

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  3. Poor old Bill! I'm often saddened by comments on the Internet, some awful attacks are made. Not sure why his opinions would upset anyone. Some, especially about love, seem very reasonable to me.

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    1. Love really does make the world go round.

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  4. Very interesting... I find staying in today keeps me stronger.

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  5. I too have felt beings with me,throughout my life, filled with love & light. Always guiding me. We are made to become such great things if only we can overcome ourselves.

    I am beginning a blog journey, feel free to visit, read & comment.

    open2itall.blogspot.com

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    1. As you indicate our potential is almost incomprehensible. I'll take a look at your blog.

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  6. Fascinating. Every country has its weirdos. But actually, his message about loving beings isn't nuts.

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    1. I don't see Roache as being a weirdo, he's just expressing what he believes - and his thoughts on love, as you say, is pretty near the mark.

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  7. Weirdo was the wrong word. Out of the mainstream? But whatever, his thoughts and beliefs are good ones. I found it intriguing that his daughter is a nurse in the afterlife. This is something Robert Monroe wrote about in one of his books - maybe in Journeys Out of Body...how doctors and medical personnel have their own "area" in the afterlife.

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    1. Thanks Trish - didn't know that about the 'medical' area of the afterlife, will have to do some research.

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  8. I can't imagine why people would denigrate his message. Maybe they're afraid or threatened by it?

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  9. Did those beings of love direct him to shamelessly sleep with 1,000 women. I wonder if he will feel the same when he is on his deathbed. Is he really sure he won't be standing in front of the eternal judge, when Bill is taking his last breath and just might have second thoughts about what is really on the other side, and what's awaiting him? Or is he going to be spending those last moments talking silly? This man is 80 years old and fact is on borrowed time. He dosen't have 50 years in front of him and what a laugh to here this old coot say he feels like a 28 year old. Oh please, old man, you are at the end of your life and your end is coming, that is mathematics and that is fact.

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