The Cathars and Pleiadians are saying the same thing here. Which goes to show you what kind of tree their fruit is giving.
In the book "Path of Empowerment" given to Barbara Marciniak by the Pleiadians, here is one sentence that equals to the argument the Cathars give in their "The Book of Two Principles."
(Page 147) "Do you send commands to wage war with your own biology based on concealed conflicts?"
And here, from the Cathars:
"However, the above text can be interpreted as though He said: There is another, a principle of evil, which makes my heart to sorrow by so acting against my creation that it compels me to destroy the created from the face of the earth because of their sins. This principle makes me repent that I made them, that is to say, [makes me] suffer on their account. On the other hand, following the doctrine of one Principle, the text is best understood thus: It repenteth me that I have made them; namely, I shall have to undergo suffering and pain in the future, through myself alone, because I made them. And so it seems manifest, according to the doctrine of those persons who believe that there is only one First Principle, that this God and His Son, Jesus Christ, who, according to them are one and the same, causes Himself sadness, sorrow, and suffering, bearing pain in Himself without any extraneous intervention by anyone. But it is impossible and wicked to believe this of the true God."
And now, here is the full paragraph out of the Pleiadian's work:
"The cells of your body continuously replace themselves, and in general you do not even think about this process, yet the vital new cells dutifully focus their attention on fulfilling your beliefs and commands. Even though the cells are new, they will keep replicating the same old you, if you keep giving them the same old commands. Your cells, molecules, atoms, and subatomic particles are all intelligent; they communicate with one another because their collective job is to respond to your input. You choose the codes of consciousness that best express your life aims based on the degree of awareness that you have developed. As chief belief-maker, please consider our inquiry: Do you send commands to wage war with your own biology based on concealed conflicts?"
Back to the Cathars:
" On the Principle of Evil. Therefore, it behooves us of necessity to confess that there is another principle, one of evil, who works most wickedly against the true God and His creation; and this principle seems to move God against His own creation and the creation against its God, and causes God himself to wish for and desire that which in and of himself He could never wish for at all. Thus it is that through the compulsion of the evil enemy, God yearns and is wearied, relents, is burdened, and is served by His own creatures. Whence God says to His people through Isaiah: "But thou hast made me to serve with thy sins, thou hast wearied me with thy iniquities"; and again, "I am weary of bearing them." And Malachi says, "You have wearied the Lord with your words." And David says, "And [he] repented according to the multitude of His mercies." And the Apostle says in his first Epistle to the Corinthians, "For we are God's coadjutors." Of the compulsion of God, however, the Lord himself says to Satan in the Book of Job, "But thou hast moved me against him, that I should afflict him without cause." And through Ezechiel the same Lord says, "And when they caught the souls of my people, they gave life to their souls. And they violated me among my people, for a handful of barley and a piece of bread, to kill souls which should not die and to save souls alive which should not live." And the Lord, lamenting over His people, says through Isaiah: "Because I called and you did not answer; I spoke and you did not hear, and you did evil in my eyes, and you have chosen the things that displease me."
What is being said here, is that you decide whether you want to go with the Elohim who turned against the Father and said that they want to go their own way and do their own thing, but they don't have the knowledge of where they are going or what they are doing. Or you can get in touch with your beautiful inner self where the Father resides, and notice that we are all together right here in this and we help each other out, and through a very fine communication, like the cells of the body, we are in touch with each other, and we are moving this creation to getting knowledge and experience for the good of all.
So what we on a general level are needing, is healing. Because of all the bullshit the Elohim have made to occur, with this garbage of wanting to do 'their own thing.' In other words, being pure selfish, only thinking of themselves has made all kinds of unnecessary pain and hardship for everyone.
The Pleiadians in the next paragraph give us an answer:
"Your body is a repository of everything that you and your ancestral bloodline family have experienced---the joys, pains, and traumas from this lifetime and beyond. Everything is stored in your genes, and you must learn the art of stillness and silence to venture deep within and access this knowledge. You carry varying degrees of unresolved pain about what you believe was done to you--- traumas that were never processed and integrated because they were never understood. Acts of violence and sexually invasive experiences mar the spirit, and like a groove in a record that replays the same old line, you repeat experiences again and again until you develop the greater vision to choose another outcome. Using words such as "always", "never", and "forever" to describe yourself or your behavior can be linguistic carryovers from other lives. Traumatic events create "unfinished business" that must be understood from a larger context to be released from the body. Deliberations and agreements to heal are constantly being renegotiated. Healing is dealing, and dealing is feeling, and feeling is healing. From a spiritual vista, you make agreements, such as: "I will take this issue on with you so that we can heal this unresolved issue with harmonious resolution." You have the free will to do what you want; our advice is to create no harm because no matter what you do, it will come back to you. When you bring harm to yourself and/or others, you lock yourself into a cycle of cause and effect; you play out similar scenarios for the purpose of exercising your free will or changing the outcome by changing your choices. No one is going to reserve a seat for you in hell if you are a sinner. The only way to really learn about your free will is to have what you create return to you. Existence is kind, interactive, compassionate, and just for this very reason."
In other words, the True Father's creation is about love, not about selfishness like those who dropped out and thought they could do however they pleased to do, whether murdering the good and allowing the evil "good for nothings" to continue on. It's not about shutting the eyes and stepping out thinking that's all there is to it, and do whatever you want. What if there are really strange creatures out there who, after you've messed up your and everyone else's life around you, they come and eat you, and you are now stuck in their body eternally? If you shut your eyes, you won't see them, but they'll see you. And those dogs don't shit.
And once more, from the Cathar texts:
" And David says: "Unless the Lord build the house, they labor in vain that build it. Unless the Lord keep the city, he watcheth in vain that keepeth it." " And Jeremiah says, "I know, O Lord, that the way of a man is not his, neither is it in a man to walk and to direct his steps."