The false light can be a triggering subject. As such, I invite you to explore this topic with openness and curiosity to find out what the false light means to you and how it may be showing up in your life.
The dictionary describes false light as an untrue or misleading portrayal. The false light is like a mask, it hides, and just like the masks people wear (figuratively or literally), it is a mask for something we are hiding from within ourselves or unwilling to look at in others or in situations. The false light is inauthentic, it does not want you to find truth or embody the light within because then it loses power. In contrast, the true light shines light on the truth, including darkness and the shadow of things we avoid seeing.
Idolatry of false idols such as gurus, musicians, actors and politicians are one example of the false light. Some of these people are literally paid to lie and the energy we feed them depletes our own prana while feeding them and/or the entities that may be inhabiting them. The same concept applies to those in any profession where a costume or uniform is worn, another type of mask, as these roles are often carrying out unknowingly ritualistic behaviors designed by an outer authority. This authority is not rooted in natural law or individuation, but a controller, a system designed to take, steal, loot or harvest energy. We often build these people up in our mind without ever knowing them. We give up our power and allow them to steal our electricity, our prana, by putting our attention on them in the same way we do this to a brand, logo or corporation. It’s easy to see the greater the following, the more easily they bend as they embody the fear of losing material riches, fame and followings, which feed them. Sometimes they are blindly part of the indoctrination system, not awake to something deeper at play, but other times they are playing a part to implant ideas in the mind as participants in the arm of the control system that is conducting social engineering and propaganda. You will rarely see those in the “lime-light” use their platform for good. I’m not saying never watch a movie or listen to music, but step away, learn to discern and be more mindful of how you spend your physical and energetic currency. For example, a musician may be of the false light but play a song that is beautiful to you, maybe the Great Spirit streamed lyrics right through them to send you a message in a moment just when you needed it—after all, Spirit works through us ALL in such unique and wonderful ways. Use discernment, not fear, and work to understand the nuances of where your energy is leaking.
True light cannot be bribed, coerced, manipulated or paid off, but the false light can and, like the abused that becomes the abuser, so will those embodying the false light take on that role. For example, a politician paid off by Big Pharma will promote propaganda and false information and have no issue lying to the public knowing they have financial gains in store by convincing people to do something that directly benefits them, not the recipient. As George Orwell said: