I’ll be starting now to ease off on posting news articles and allowing the editors to take over.
We have two openings at the moment. One is for a contributing editor to post news on UFOs, ETs, and crop circles. This editor would be expected to post perhaps three items a week, offering significant UFO sightings and occasional high-quality articles on crop circles and ETs.
A second opening exists for an editor who would be willing to receive designated articles and post them. Most editors research their topics but this individual would receive 1-2 suggested pages a day and mount them to the site in the site’s preferred format. WordPress experience would be a benefit.
I’d like to say more on this last opening. Until now I’ve been inviting editors to come on board, do their own research, and post their own articles. But Louie has shown me another approach that is not only proving workable, but toward which I’m leaning as much as the first one.
That second approach is to have people join the staff whose job it is simply to post. “Earthkeeper” has joined Louie as the second contributing editor whose task is posting.
You (the readers) are sending along such a good range of article suggestions that, in reality, you are the research team. If I had infinite time, I’d continue posting what you’re sending along, but in fact I don’t. But I can receive your suggestions and pass them on to a team of editors responsible for posting. That team of editors may even be divided down into areas. They can still do their own research if they wish, but that wouldn’t be considered their main assisting role.
Given that you remain our main research team or “observer corps,” I really should be telling you what we post and what we don’t post, what we aim to produce, etc. That’s something you need to know and it’s just interesting to know, even if you’re not sending in article suggestions.
In approach we aim to provide the same quality of service that the Observer section of the Manchester Guardian (http://observer.guardian.co.uk/) does rather than, say, the Sun of London (http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/). We aim to post intelligent, reasoned analyses of world events, informative and credible channeled messages, and sage and informed lightworker commentary. All of our posts are aimed at highlighting Disclosure, First Contact, Accountability, NESARA, UFOs, ETs, Terraforming, Ascension, and the Golden Age.
We don’t post a great deal of humor, music, audiotapes, medical stories, diet, gee-whiz stories, cabal-glorifying reports, fear-inducing stories, etc. We don’t cover topics over long periods of time, but instead aim for deal-busters, game-changers, barn-burners, tipping points, and trim-tabs. (A trim tab is the small surface on a wing or aileron that turns the whole plane.)
We don’t post many channels and lightworkers whom we don’t feel are credible. We don’t post endless stories about Elenin, Niburu, martial law, chips and implants, mind control, dark laws, etc., because we know that the Light has the upper hand and won’t permit catastrophes, Armageddon, World War III, etc.
As the number of suggestions we get rise, I may not be able to acknowledge each tip you send in personally. In cases where you get no response, it may be useful to interpret that as your suggestion is probably not going to be followed up on. I have to humbly ask you to allow that process for the sake of covering all the ground we must cover, especially in view of how everything is only going to get busier and speeded up.
The Tenth Anniversary of 9/11 will soon be upon us (less than a month). That will be a busy time. Next is 11-11-11. And after that is … 2012. By then all manner of systems will be “go” and all of us will need to put the cries of ego behind us and conduct ourselves with the same earnestness as we might, for isntance, in the heart of the Second World War. All will be “on purpose” and as “adult” as we lightworkers possibly can be.
So you’re all a part of this process. You’re all editors in a sense. I wish this site, when it was constructed, had not been named “” because it belongs to all of us really. (I’ve asked Ryan to change the name, actually.) It’s a cooperative effort and really always has been. You’re invited to make as much of it your own as you feel moved to (and are qualified to or capable of).