May Edition | Issue: 03 | Executive Editor: Richard Lionheart | 2023

We need to rewrite our current moral code and align it with the universe

May 15th, 2023 | Richard Lionheart

Let me start with a straightforward “accusation”: The moral codes, values, rules, and laws of human society are pretty much “fucked-up” & aren’t aligned with the universe. 

In my book “The Indigo Code” I’ve outlined the differences between the moral code of human society and the universal law of one. That part created ripples of shockwave in Woke-Robot-3D humans that didn’t like the parts when I talked about prostitution as a soul’s choice and my calls for women to take responsibility for their behavior, appearance, and preferences. 

I was expecting that, and even exposing events where I dated 17 year old from Colombia and the fact that I didn’t hide it at all. Because I wanted to clarify this topic further down the road. First, let me mention the “Claim” or a question?!

Wok-Female-35: “I was deeply saddened to see that a person who claims to be spiritual is engaging in a relationship with an under 18 years old girl. That defies every spiritual teaching on our planet since the beginning of time. Let’s see get out of this one!” 

My Reply: 

“First of all, I don’t have any hatred in my heart toward you, as you’re not a bad person, but only lack proper awareness on that matter. In my response, I will show what you call “tough love” as sometimes it is necessary to awaken people. 

First step: Read my entire book, not just a part of it so that you can get the whole POV. 

Second: I’m not just a spiritual being. I am an ascended master, an indigo child from the Pleiadian 6th dimension, I am the source, I am the Infinity! 

Third: Learn the concept of OLD Souls and Young Souls, and get back to me when you do. 

Fourth: I don’t follow values, moral codes, or laws that I’m not accepting them. The human age is fiction while the soul is immortal, and when an old soul with 35,000 years of life in 3D and 4D comes in a young body of a 17-year-old – I can spot if she’s a twin flame or a Starseed like me. I don’t give a fuck what you say or think and I should do. My actions and perception are out of the Matrix – and those choices can be part of it. 

Fifth: Men love youth, freshness, symmetrical beauty, and a well-curved sexy body. 
Did you know about the”golden ratio”? If not, Learn about it. if she’s not a 304 = even better. In today’s human society, you are as humans dealing with the collapse of old norms. systems of beliefs, monetary systems, political hierarchy, and the dynamic between relationships. These steps are also a part of the soul to experience the freedom of choices & labeling that are not part of the Matrix’s main players.    

So, to cut a long story short: If it’s legal I will engage, and even if it’s not – let’s say she has a few months to her birthday – I will not wait as long as she is well aware of her choices and no manipulation has been made any part. You can quote me on this one. 

Below, you can listen to the audio version of the text >>>


Human Morals Q&A Audio

Is Travel Diary a Forgotten Gem in Today's Artificial Author's Era?

In today’s fast-paced world, we are constantly on the move, visiting new places, experiencing different cultures, and meeting new people. While these experiences can be exhilarating and unforgettable, they can also be overwhelming and easily forgotten. That’s why it’s important to keep a travel diary.

A travel diary is a record of your travels. It can be in any format you like, whether it’s a traditional paper journal, a blog, or a digital document. The important thing is to capture your experiences and impressions of the places you visit.

Here are some reasons why a travel diary is important in today’s era:

  1. Memories: Memories fade over time, but a travel diary can help you relive your experiences. It allows you to go back and remember the places you visited, the people you met, and the things you did. It’s a great way to keep your memories alive and share them with others.

  2. Reflection: Traveling can be a transformative experience. A travel diary allows you to reflect on your experiences and gain a deeper understanding of yourself and the world around you. It can help you process your emotions and make sense of your journey.

  3. Planning: A travel diary can also be a useful tool for future trips. You can refer back to it when planning your next adventure and use it to avoid making the same mistakes twice.

  4. Communication: A travel diary can be a great way to share your experiences with others. Whether it’s with friends and family, or with a wider audience online, sharing your travel diary can inspire others to explore the world and learn from your experiences.

  5. Creativity: Keeping a travel diary can be a fun and creative outlet. You can experiment with different formats, such as sketching or adding photos, and use it as an opportunity to develop your writing skills.

In conclusion, a travel diary is a valuable tool in today’s era of fast-paced travel. It allows you to capture your experiences, reflect on your journey, plan for the future, communicate with others, and express your creativity. So, the next time you’re on the road, make sure to bring a travel diary along and start documenting your adventures.

Not only does a travel diary serve practical purposes, but it can also have emotional and mental health benefits. Studies have shown that writing about positive experiences can increase well-being and decrease symptoms of depression and anxiety. In addition, reflecting on challenges and how you overcame them can build resilience and improve problem-solving skills.

A travel diary can also help you stay present and mindful during your travels. By taking the time to document your experiences, you are forced to slow down and pay attention to the details around you. This can help you appreciate your journey more fully and savor the moments as they happen.

Furthermore, a travel diary can become a treasured keepsake for years to come. It’s a record of your personal growth, a reminder of the places you’ve been, and a way to revisit the feelings and emotions you experienced during your travels.

In today’s era of social media and instant gratification, it can be easy to get caught up in capturing the perfect photo or sharing every moment online. However, a travel diary encourages you to focus on your personal experience and create a deeper connection with the places you visit.

In summary, a travel diary is an essential tool for any modern-day traveler. It allows you to capture memories, reflect on experiences, plan for future trips, communicate with others, express your creativity, and improve your mental health and well-being. So, the next time you embark on a journey, take the time to document your adventures in a travel diary – you won’t regret it.

There are many different ways to approach keeping a travel diary. Some people prefer a more traditional handwritten journal, while others opt for a digital format. Still, others like to use a combination of both, utilizing apps and social media to supplement their written reflections.

One popular option is to create a travel blog. With the rise of easy-to-use blogging platforms, it’s never been easier to share your experiences with the world. A travel blog allows you to document your journey in real-time, share photos and videos, and connect with other travelers online.

Another option is to use a dedicated travel journal or planner. These often include prompts or questions to help guide your writing and keep you organized. Some even have pockets for storing ticket stubs, maps, and other memorabilia.

No matter which approach you choose, the most important thing is to make your travel diary your own. It should reflect your personality and your unique experiences. Don’t worry about making it perfect – the beauty of a travel diary is that it’s a personal record of your journey, and it doesn’t need to be shared with anyone else if you don’t want it to be.

In conclusion, a travel diary is a valuable tool for any traveler in today’s era. It allows you to document your experiences, reflect on your journey, and share your adventures with others. Whether you prefer a traditional handwritten journal, a digital format, or a combination of both, the most important thing is to make it your own and enjoy the process of creating a lasting record of your travels.

Train Motive in Fantasy Writing

Trains have long been a popular mode of transportation in fantasy literature. From the Hogwarts Express in the Harry Potter series to the titular train in China Miéville’s Perdido Street Station, trains have served as a powerful symbol and narrative device in the genre.

One of the reasons trains are so often used in fantasy is because they represent a certain level of technological advancement. Trains, with their steam engines and iron tracks, are often juxtaposed against the medieval-like settings of many fantasy worlds. They represent a glimpse into a more advanced society, one with the power to tame nature and bend it to its will. This contrast can create a sense of wonder and intrigue in the reader, drawing them into the story and creating a vivid sense of place.

Trains can also serve as a metaphor for the journey that the characters in the story must undertake. Whether the train is a literal means of transportation or simply a representation of a journey, it often carries with it a sense of momentum and progress. This can be a powerful narrative tool, especially when the characters are on a quest or undertaking a dangerous mission. The train can serve as a way to move the story forward and build tension, leading the reader toward the story’s climax.

In addition to their narrative power, trains can also evoke a sense of nostalgia and romanticism. Trains were once a symbol of progress and modernity, and they still hold a certain fascination for many people today. In a fantasy setting, trains can evoke a sense of wonder and excitement, transporting the reader to a world that is both familiar and fantastical.

Overall, trains serve a powerful narrative purpose in fantasy literature. They represent progress and contrast with the medieval-like settings of many fantasy worlds, they serve as a metaphor for the journey the characters must undertake, and they can evoke a sense of nostalgia and romanticism. Whether the train is a literal means of transportation or simply a symbol of progress, it can help transport the reader to a world of wonder and adventure.

Another reason why trains are often used in fantasy literature is their association with industrialization and urbanization. In many fantasy worlds, trains are often associated with sprawling cities and factories, highlighting the contrast between the old world and the new. This can also lead to discussions of environmental degradation and the impact of industrialization on the natural world.

Furthermore, trains can also serve as a means of exploring social and economic issues in a fantasy setting. The class structure of many societies can be explored through the passengers and staff aboard a train, highlighting the disparities between the wealthy and the working class. This can also lead to discussions about the role of technology and its impact on society.

Trains can also provide a sense of nostalgia for readers, reminding them of the golden age of train travel and the romanticism of a bygone era. This sense of nostalgia can add to the fantastical elements of a story, transporting the reader to a world that is both familiar and otherworldly.

Finally, trains can also be used as a means of exploring magic and the supernatural in a fantasy setting. Trains have a rich history of folklore and superstition, from the ghost trains of urban legends to the magical trains of wizarding tales. By incorporating trains into a fantasy story, authors can tap into this rich history and create a sense of mystery and wonder.

Overall, the motive of trains in fantasy book writing is multifaceted. From representing progress and technological advancement to exploring social and economic issues, trains serve a powerful narrative purpose in the genre. They can evoke a sense of nostalgia and romance, transport the reader to fantastical worlds, and even serve as a means of exploring the supernatural. It’s no wonder they have become such a popular element in fantasy literature.


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The Dark Side of Fluoride Exposed

Fluoride once used as rat poison is a highly dangerous substance that is used to target humans and cause them health issues. One of its main targets (of Fluidization) is to calcify the pineal gland and block you from connecting yourself to the source and free yourself from the Draco-alliance matrix. 

Ancient traditions knew of the pineal and enshrouded its mysteries in their lore. They knew that the pineal plays a role in our spiritual development and communication with spiritual beings. But with an increasingly toxic world, many people do not know of the innate gifts inherent to an open pineal.

If a pregnant woman is using fluoride (even in a small dose) her newborn child is more likely to have an IQ drop of 2.4 for every gram of Fluoride. That fact alone is scary, but what about small kids who use toothpaste with fluoride? 

Do they complain about stomach aches? 


In Toothpaste, there is enough quantity to kill a small child!!! 

New studies cast doubts on fluoridation benefits. Such an article was published on May 8, 1989, by Bette Hillman. 

“An analysis of natural survey data collected by the National Institute of Dental Research (NIDR) concludes that children who live in areas of the US where the water supplies are fluoridated have tooth decay rates nearly identical with those who live in non-fluoridated areas.” 

There has never been a controlled, randomized trial to demonstrate the effectiveness or safety of fluoridation, despite over 60 years of consumption in public water supplies. A group of non-profit organizations is now fighting this practice, citing a mountain of evidence that shows little benefit, and massive risks.

[See what Dr. Grant Layton, DDS. has to say about the dangers of fluoride] 

[Check out this wonderful video from about The Actual Truth About Fluoride]  

It also interferes with the healthy function of the glands inside your body, it disrupts the Growth hormone and the list goes on and on and on… Did you really believe the pharma cartel in promoting this kind of shit? 

Stop being a Yes! Man for everything, any authority farts in the wind… Think, doubt, and change the way you live. 

Again, I will say this – Small children taking toothpaste with fluoride can suffer from stomach aches because it is mixed with Hydrochloride inside your stomach. 

There is no single respected research that states a benefit of Fluoride, and I will say more than the last statement – you won’t find any research that gives more benefits on using fluoride. 


More “benefits” are: 

* Damages the brain cells 

* Damages Bones & Teeth

* Causing Thyroid dysfunction

* Calcify the Pineal Gland and blocks your 3rd eye 

From what sources you can get this shit? Sprayed chemicals on poor soil, water supply, foods, GMO foods, cosmetics, and more. 

Want to read more?  Want to read the resources for these outrageous claims? Click this link here and read it on 

Fluoride is added to 70% of America’s drinking water, in what has long been a controversial practice of involuntary mass medication.
The CDC lists fluoridation as one of the top 10 most important public health measures of the 20th century. But a group of non-profit organizations is now fighting the EPA on this practice, citing a mountain of evidence that shows little benefit, and massive risks.

Not only has the ingestion of fluoride been linked to a variety of health concerns, but research increasingly shows that it doesn’t even improve our teeth. While applying fluoride directly to the tooth’s enamel can, in fact, prevent tooth decay, it has been proven in dozens of peer-reviewed studies that swallowing the substance has no health benefit whatsoever.


So, why exactly do we fluoridate our water?

The origin of the practice is downright bizarre: In 1901, dentist Frederick McKay began a 30-year study of what was known as “The Colorado Brown Stain.” Residents of Colorado Springs showed a unique disfiguration of their teeth: brown, mottled pits appeared in this population with alarming consistency; yet, as McKay would soon discover, there was a beneficial trade-off for this unsightly condition: Those afflicted by the “Brown Stain” showed a complete lack of tooth decay and cavities.

After an analysis of the local water supplies, McKay found an unusually high amount of fluoride; which he credited for both the lack of decay and the “Brown Stain.” Today, the “Brown Stain” is known as dental fluorosis, and mild cases (which only produce white streaks) are present in 58% of adolescents. This mild discoloration has been a known side effect of fluoridation since the beginning, but the benefit of cavity and decay reduction was thought to outweigh the risk.

In the last few decades, however, an abundance of medical research has emerged that shows much more profound potential dangers, leading to an ongoing legal battle to end this practice. Fluoride is essentially toxic to the human body, although in small doses, no acute effects are perceived. While our kidneys can filter out 50-60% of the fluoride we consume, the rest is stored in the body and has been observed to build up over time in certain areas.

One organ that is particularly susceptible to fluoride build-up is the pineal gland; the part of our brain responsible for regulating sleep and reproductive hormones. Sometimes known as “the third eye,” this small gland has been linked to metaphysical abilities by many cultures throughout history. Philosopher and scientist René Descartes believed the pineal gland to be the “principal seat of the soul.”

It is estimated that 40% of Americans have significant amounts of fluoride build-up in this gland by age 17. By old age, the pineal gland contains about the same amount of fluoride as a tooth. While the role of the pineal gland in facilitating psychic abilities and increased intuition is still up for debate, the fact that fluoride consumption impacts the gland’s ability to function is absolutely proven.

And that’s not the only part of the brain that suffers: over 30 independent studies have linked fluoride to a reduction in childhood IQ: A 2018 study published in Occupational & Environmental Medicine found that, for every increase of 1 milligram per liter of fluoride in a pregnant women’s urine, their offspring averaged 2.4 points lower IQ scores at age 1-3 years old. This follows a 2017 study funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) showing in Otero fluoride levels are associated with lower IQ in 6–12-year-olds.

Animal studies have shown other neurological effects, including impaired memory, reduced ability to learn, and even mild forms of brain damage. With potential health risks like that, you would think that the evidence of fluoride’s benefits must be pretty solid. …. well, think again.

There is no solid proof that drinking fluoride actually improves dental health.

In a 1989 study, data collected by the National Institute of Dental Research found that children who live in areas where the water supplies are fluoridated have tooth decay rates nearly identical to those who live in non-fluoridated areas. While tooth decay has declined in the US since fluoridation was introduced, countries that do not add fluoride to their water have seen the same rate of decline in tooth decay. This data from the World Health Organization implies that factors apart from fluoridated water are contributing to the overall improvement of dental health worldwide.

In fact, there has never been a controlled, randomized trial to demonstrate the effectiveness or safety of fluoridation, despite over 60 years of consumption in public water supplies. A 2009 study, funded by the NIH, was surprisingly the first to look at individual exposure to fluoride (rather than simply living in a fluoridated community). They found no correlation whatsoever between fluoride ingestion and tooth decay.

Considering the wealth of scientific evidence now available, the involuntary mass consumption of fluoride seems indefensible. Yet, the EPA has dismissed citizen petitions to remove the substance and is now trying to dismiss a lawsuit that would ban the use of fluoride under the Toxic Substances Control Act. 

Carbon filtration devices, like those made by PUR or Brita, will not remove fluoride from water. Even expensive reverse-osmosis filters cannot remove 100% of the substance, although they can be up to 90% effective. Even if you have your own well or collect rainwater to drink, fluoride is still practically impossible to avoid. Food and drink are often made with fluoridated water. And of course, no explicit labeling is required.

When most people hear the term fluoride, they think of happy, white, shiny teeth. But if more Americans looked at the actual truth about this practice, perhaps the involuntary medication could end.

Stay healthy, and treat your body with respect. 

Richard Lionheart


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Richard Lionheart

Richard Lionheart

CEO & Founder of Richard Lionheart Enterprises LLC. Multidimensional Entrepreneur™, Author, Epiconsciousness™ Strategist.

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