We’ve divided down Archangel Michael’s answer on this week’s An Hour with an Angel (April 29, 2013). Here are his answers to questions on current events. The first part of this interview can be found here.
An Hour with an Angel with Archangel Michael, April 29, 2013
Steve Beckow: All right. Thank you. I have four questions. And I’ll mention them to you now, and you can answer them in the time remaining, as you like.
One is, is there any progress report on the re-valuation of the Iraqi dinar?
The next one is, in terms of the investigation of the Boston Marathon bombings, are the authorities zeroing in on the real suspects, or are they just choosing whomever they like and trying to make scapegoats and what have you?
The next question is, is the landing gear that was found in New York a real thing, or is it a set-up job?
And finally, if you would address the question of demonizing Muslims for all of this when it seems to me Muslims have nothing to do with it.
Those are my four questions of you.
Archangel Michael: Let us begin with the last first, because we are talking about a very dark vasana. And it goes back to what I was saying about this collective belief in the validity of war. War is not simply about soldiers and missiles and guns and airplanes. It is about hatred. And in what reality do any of you ever feel that hatred can be justified? It is the antithesis of the Mother/Father One. It is the antithesis of love. And even if it was a conspiracy — and we are not suggesting that the Boston Marathon explosion was a conspiracy; let us be very clear about that — it would still never justify the demonizing of an entire population.
That is the vasana that seeks to put you in the right. And as you have said, one of the key components of a vasana is that immediate reaction in thinking that you are right! And it is self-righteousness, and it is not acceptable in any realm.
Now, the totality of the back story of what has occurred with the Boston Marathon – and that tragedy has not fully come to light – but we have been clear with you, previously, when we have said that this is what you think of as domestic terrorism. Putting it on those who are Muslim would be like saying, “Well, their grandfather came from Germany 40 years ago, so they must be a Nazi.” This is absurd.
When people lose their way and believe that violence is an answer, it is an indicator not only to you but to all of us of how awry things have gone. Now, we also encourage you — yes, we are not Pollyannas, as you would put it — but we encourage you to look at the positive outcome of such violence, because violence in your society, whether it is a war, man against women, rape, has to cease. It cannot continue to exist.
Now, the re-valuation of the dinar is related to all of this. It is not just a financial decision. It is a world coming together to halt economic war, and it is a world coming together to re-value. And we have said to you that currency would continue to exist for some time after the shift, a few years perhaps, but we never said that it would exist in the same way that is currently available to you. So this re-valuation is already underway. And we do not mean soon, we mean this quite literally. So, it is rebalancing of abundance for many.
SB: Lord, I’m not clear what you’re saying right now. Sorry. You said it’s not coming soon. Could you just clarify?
AAM: I was making a joke. Because when we say “soon,” you shake your head…
SB: Oh, you were? [laugh]
AAM: … and your shoulders go down and you say, “Oh, no, not another soon!”
AAM: So what I say to you is that it is already underway.
SB: Uh-hunh. Not another soon. Okay. You remember the joke that Grener made about the black limousines, and, oh my gosh, how much trouble we got in there! [laugh]
AAM: You know that I do not and am not meant to give dates. But I tell you, it is already underway. And there are many above and below that are involved in this.
SB: What about the landing gear in New York?
AAM: That is not real…
SB: It is not real.
AAM: That is not real.
SB: All right. Was it just an attempt to blame Muslims?
AAM: It is a distraction. It is an attempt to distract people from the real issues at hand. So there are many attempts to discredit and to, yes, to use the old vasana of blame, fault, guilt, shame. But understand, that is the vasana of the perpetrator, not the recipient of the behavior. So, yes, there is a great deal of prejudice.
And it has need to be let go of.