Stars On A Mission: A New Breed Of ‘Awake’ Celebrities

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Most celebs know what’s going on out there. In the world of the rich and famous, however, many choose to reap the rewards of stardom whilst turning a blind eye to any corruption they might encounter.

It seems now, however, that certain celebrities – UK comedian and commentator Russell Brand and US actor Jim Carrey to name but two – are happy to admit to having ‘woken up’ and are starting to speak out. Some – Bill Hicks, George Carlin and John Lennon, for example – sadly, have their missions cut short. But others are ploughing on against all criticism and adversity.

The public listen to these brave stars, so the more who use their fame to expose the truth, the better it’ll be for humanity. Keep up the good work, guys!

The Spirit Science website reports:

We live in strange times when celebrities are worshipped liked modern-age gods. Attention is heaped upon them and literally millions of people watch their every move so it’s no surprise when you hear of celebrities having nervous breakdowns, turning to drugs or even worse attempting suicide.

But some celebrities seem to have found a way through the murky tunnel of fame and came out at the other end enlightened and empowered. They use the unique platform they have been given to great purpose. This should not be taken lightly as celebrities literally have the ability to influence entire generations.

Indeed many of them have influenced me on a personal level and much of what you see on this website indeed videos and articles are centred around some of these ‘awake’ celebrities. So I have decided to compile a list of my top celebrities past and present who have used their fame to awaken the masses.


Click on the Spirit Science link above to see some videos.

Jacqui Deevoy
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My love of fashion and music led me - several decades ago - into working for some of Britain’s top-selling magazines, specialising in news, reviews, fiction, features, astrology and quizzes. These days, as a journalist, writer and editor I write a wide variety of features, frivolous and serious. I work mainly for women's magazines and national newspapers and also enjoy writing for independent news outlets and websites - the sort that publish stories the mainstream media fail to report.