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Amelia Earhart: The 'Universal Truth'
difference between 'a worldly truth' and 'a universal truth' is helpful when it comes to understanding why Amelia Earhart's
continued existence after July 2, 1937 remained publicly unknown.
Courage is the price that life exacts for granting peace,
The soul that knows it not, knows no release,
From little things;
Knows not the livid loneliness of fear
Nor mountain heights where bitter joy can hear
The sound of wings.
Amelia was right. "Courage is the price that life exacts for granting peace."
It takes 'courage' to see
through world created truth serums that actually lack truth.
Especially if one wishes to embrace a universal
truth that concerns a controversial subject matter.
A prime example of this is
the proved inability of the general public--when it comes to embracing the truth about Amelia Earhart's continued life on
earth after she was said to have 'disappeared.'
some of the last photos taken of Amelia Earhart in New Guinea just before she and her navigator, Fred Noonan, were declared
'missing.' Left-to-right, Amelia with one Frank Howard; with gold mine owner, F. C. Jacobs and Noonan; and with Fred Noonan
just before boarding Amelia's state of the art, Lockheed Electra 10E that
had been dubbed, "The Flying Laboratory."
Below is a photo
of the duo's final takeoff. With a full fuel load assuring a 4,000 mile range, they were destined for tiny
Howland Island some 2,500 miles away--yet missed locating it in the vast Pacific Ocean. Amelia had mentioned they would save
enough fuel to "head back to the British Gilbert Islands" if they were unable to spot Howland. They did just that--but
ran into storm squalls that forced them farther north toward the lower Marshall Islands instead, where they ultimately ditched
Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan's final takeoff from
Lae, New Guinea
The Difference Between Worldly Truths and Universal Truths and How Amelia Earhart's
Full Life Story Applied to Both
By Tod Swindell
The reality based 'truth' about Amelia Earhart's world flight outcome--and what became of
Amelia after she went missing--has always been recognized on a universal level.
world truths and universal truths are very different from each other.
Rules that guide the world-order of things evolved from human
ideas over many thousands of years, although they have not always remained on track or been fairly distributed. Refined throughout
time so goodness might someday prevail; this has long been the idealistic goal of rules created and enforced by people in
charge of running the world--ever since the history of mankind began.
At times there have been slip-ups, though, that were often
products of a fear-instilling, ego-driven rationales enabling barbaric societies to exist, individuals akin to Adolph Hitler
to rise to power and be admired, the promotion of racism, and religious and gender inequality feelings to be accepted. These
worldly shortcomings of humanity enabled practices of slavery and genocide to become part of everyday life in places
far and wide. The rules that allowed--and in some places still protect these horrific practices--were created by earthbound
individuals who managed to promote them to popular levels.
The universe is different. It tracks the ebb-and-flow
of goodness only and always rewards the highest good the most. The universe pays no attention to 'ego' or 'bad' or
'evil' and it is incapable of fear or trickery. The universe is a straight player only, always has been, always will
be. This is why the wisest of good and charitable human beings throughout time have always adhered to the common notion: Don't
trust the world, trust the universe, for it rewards in kind.
With the long-ago 'missing person case' of
Amelia Earhart, fearful and ego-driven people on earth created the mystery it became. Therefore, in a worldly way this
'rule' can be stated: "The mystery of Amelia Earhart's disappearance exists because it's supposed to exist."
Yet to some
good, brave, and kind individuals who saw through the worldly limitations applied to it, without hesitation they recognized
the universal truth about Amelia Earhart becoming Mrs. Irene Craigmile Bolam decades ago.
This 'believe it or not' reality about Amelia Earhart is easy to recognize today, notwithstanding
the way it has been shouted down over the years by important sounding individuals who worked hard at encouraging the public
to ignore it--and to instead pay attention to other 'world gestated' ideas.
Truth about Amelia Earhart is this:
Amelia Earhart lived well beyond the day she was reported missing in 1937, and during the World
War Two era she assumed the identity of a 1930s acquaintance of hers, who was the original Irene Craigmile.
To date no one knows what happened to the original Irene Craigmile,
other than she died while World War Two was heating up.
The former Amelia Earhart shared her new'Irene' identity with the surrogate mother
of the original Irene Craigmile's 1934 born son, until 1982, the year his surrogate mother died.
Thus, three different Twentieth Century women were attributed to the same identity of Irene Craigmile
Bolam, and one of them, who appeared nowhere as 'Irene' before the end of World War Two, absolutely did used to be known
as, 'Amelia Earhart.'
below is the 'Irene Craigmile Bolam' who was previously known as 'Amelia Earhart' in a formal portrait photo taken of her
are the three different Twentieth-Century women who were attributed to the same 'Irene Craigmile Bolam' identity:
Irene Craigmile, 1932
Irene Craigmile, 1940
The post-war only Irene Craigmile in 1946, FKA "Amelia
Earhart." In 1958, she married Guy Bolam of England and further became known as 'Irene
...her 'post war' Irene Craigmile self
Below is the surrogate mother
Irene Craigmile (Bolam) shown on the cover of her memorial dinner program after she died in 1982. Underneath the program cover
she is shown in both younger and older forms.
surrogate mother Irene Craigmile in "1940" according to her son. This is the only mother the original
Irene's son recalled.
photos digitally superimposed display the congruence
surrogate mother Irene Craigmile Bolam in the 1970s, identified by her son.
A past insider
described the former Amelia Earhart as 'living well into the 1990s, and after she died she was interned at Arlington
this day the Smithsonian Institution adheres to the world created truth that says Amelia Earhart vanished
without a trace in 1937 and was never seen again.