I’d like you to be part of this discussion and to hear what some people are saying. The comments I’m extracting here appear below the two articles which are open for comments. I’ve only been able to get to them now.
This is a group discussion and I think we all need to be part of it. This is the process by which we decide whether it’s best for me to go or stay. I am happy going and it will only take a significant part of the community saying that that’s what’s best for me to do so.
So far the more significant part of the community has asked me to stay. However, it may be that I can’t respond to your requests to stay because the weight of the requests to leave is heavier even though their numbers may be smaller.
Some people have complained that the “article suggestion” and “comments” forms remain closed. I’ve been asked to keep them closed because the people who were answering them are flooded with emails. I’m getting a sampling of your feelings on my own email, which has been so inundated that I’ve had to double my ISP’s capacity. I will work my way through those emails.
Steve, I can’t even begin to describe the problems this has caused on this end and, yes, they are very tangible and serious. I fully expect you to live up to your retirement. If you continue to run this blog after the complete deceit and misrepresentation of your sources and after you said you would step down, you are as dishonest as your sources. What will it be Mr. Beckow?
I hear you. I hear that the cancellation of the flight caused tangible and serious consequences on your end. You say that if I carry on the blog after this I’m as dishonest as my sources. I get your upset and indignation. I deeply regret the impact on you and others and remember well the impact on me of the failed appearance of the ships on Oct. 14, 2008, which also was serious.
If it was only your feelings and wishes that determined the outcome, I would certainly step down and go into retirement. I certainly will step down if a firestorm develops that seems destined to impact the entire lightworker community negatively and I’m waiting to see whether that is the case.
There is nothing that keeps me here that has anything to do with thoughts of personal benefit, fame or fortune, etc. I am only here to serve and I serve at the community’s pleasure.
So far the email voices (I haven’t had time yet to read the comments here; I’ve been working my way through hundreds of emails) that ask me to stay far outweigh the voices – well, so far yours is the only voice, to be honest – that ask me to go. Those voices don’t see my sources as being non-credible. And they do tell me that they see a useful contribution coming from my service. If it was not so, if I were not responding to their requests as well as yours, and if as I read the comments here it appears that there are significantly more who feel as you do, I will indeed leave.
I set out to create a voyage to the stars. I did not set out to create circumstances that would wound and harm you. And I feel terrible that, instead of benefiting you, I’ve been part of something that has wounded you.
Let me read on and see if there are a significant number of others who feel the way you do and if there are, that may very well determine my decision.
It would be far easier for me to go than it is to stay. The trauma I feel from dealing with the fall-out this has caused is a trial for me even as its failure is a trial for you.
The question is, was there any depth or weight to your retirement proclamation? Our governments, business, and religious leaders all lie to us, are you going to do the same? This is a question of whether you were using the truth as a negotiating tactic. I’m willing to give you a day or two to regain my trust, if not, the spot “light” will be on you.
That’s a pretty compelling argument, Ken, and one I would make myself if I were in your position. Let me read on and see what others in the community say.
‘Regain your trust’? What are you on about? Steve isn’t anywhere near indebted to you or anything. If you don’t like the situation you’re free to take your leave! And besides, aren’t you the one who CHOSE to put your trust/faith into this event? Take some self-responsibility man! Steve acted in a way that I found most refreshing (assertive) and I can only commend him for that. Other than that it’s our own responsibility for believing or not. If nothing happens it’s only OUR fault for believing. Don’t go projecting your blame, that’s what NON-lightworkers do. I for one wouldn’t want him to leave, since he and his team have formed a great spot on the web for this kind of stuff.
Let’s send our love to all who are now suffering because of the unexpected course of events.
Ken is not being negative, have any of you been in a youtube comment section? That is not negative, believe me, go into a random youtube video and I’ll show you negative.
Ken does have a valid point. Promises were made, now who will keep their promise? It’s about integrity no matter what the excuses are.
I don’t hate Steve but Ken does raise a good point here.
Don’t make promises you can’t keep.
Whether you are a lightworker or a galactic being, never make promises you can’t keep.
It’s about integrity and NOT emotionally traumatizing people who gave you their trust.
I think I’m going to stop here, because I’m impacted by Ken’s comment and that impact outweighs the comments on the other side. I have already made my decision based on Ken’s comment alone.