Hi Anchor John. I think you've hit the nail on the head. Truth is something experienced internally where one knows as compared to believes. Truth for myself is based on direct personal experience. And then there is also that finely honed inner gut feeling that also tells us what is true and what is not. Did you know there are brain cells both in the gut and the heart? That is why we are advised to listen to our gut and our heart.
Dom, in one of my earlier spiritual practices the chant I used in meditation for years was "Neti, neti, neti" which means "not this, not this, not this." Basically we were to pierce through the veil of illusion and discover truth at our own inner core.
Subsequently there is a lot I no longer listen to or pay attention to anymore for the simple reason I discovered my own truth and no longer needed to listen to what others had to say was true or not. Each individual has their own truth and each is a bit different based on ones own personal experiences. However, the ultimate truth is that we are consciousness and consciousness exists outside of space and time. Consciousness cannot be extinguished. We can experience consciousness as an individual and also within the collective. The drop of water or the ocean... that is how consciousness can be experienced. As spirit our abilities are profound. As a human we are still working on uncovering the many veils we have shrouded ourselves with so as to deal with life without being plugged into the collective. I think of the collective as God consciousness yet am also aware that the Divine has intelligence beyond what one can possibly imagine.
So as Anchor suggested... go inward and discover your own truth as it is the source from which you sprang from.
With respect to the superwave.. I've thought about this as well and very strongly suspect we will experience that connection to each other as a collective. I also suspect many will pass over when this occurs for numerous reasons. You see, being connected to the collective is so wonderful that one whats to have that experience continue and not be cut off from it. As a mere human we start off in life feeling the connection and then move away from it as ego develops and one moves off into their own sense of self based on their own experience as an individual. Those who stay connected to the collective "god" consciousness are very spiritual as they consciously keep the flow of "god" consciousness moving in their lives but subsequently have a very difficult time being with those who are caught up in "ego" consciousness. The veil is ego. One must pierce ego to reach "god" consciousness and that is not an easy task given our culture's materialistic lifestyle.
I guess the lesson for many now, including myself, is to simplify, simplify.