The team has agreed to discuss not only this matter in particular but also the matter of how to deal with disagreements or conflicting information in the weeks and months ahead, in this time of truth, among lightworkers generally. I’ll comment after I’ve had time to reflect on that discussion.
To the readers writing in about different timelines, I personally have no insight into that matter but again will pursue it with sources when the opportunity arises.
Folks, the discrepancy between Matthew’s account and the Council of Love and other channels’ accounts on the matter of the crucifixion has not escaped us. I say that because of the email I’m receiving.
But we’re considering first what the best way is to approach the disconnect.
I worked closely with Suzy before I worked with Linda. Both of them have a high sense of integrity and it’s really them that I’m worried about when something like this arises.
It isn’t Matthew or Jesus that will feel the pain, in all likelihood, so to speak. It’ll be their channels.
(It’s also not Suzy or Linda [or others] who is speaking. It’s their sources.)
Working as a channel is emotionally and physically onerous. Both Suzy and Linda, I’m sure, carry a heavy sense of responsibility daily. We know that because we work with them.
Moreover, just to be a channel one has to be psychically sensitive and we need to take into account the greater degree of sensitivity that all channels have and not simply behave towards either of them as if that innate sensitivity is not there.
Otherwise we could discourage and lose them. And we need both of them and we honor both of them.
When I consider how to approach the matter, looking at it as one who has tried fact and weighed evidence, (1) I’m not sure what approach would produce testimony that might decide the issue.
Are we expecting one source to recant his testimony? I doubt that that will happen.
I personally don’t know whether Jesus died on the cross or not so I can’t decide the matter.
Suzy hears Matthew and Linda lets the source speak through her so it isn’t possible to have both on the same show channeling their sources. What would produce an adequate and acceptable result? I’m not sure.
I confess that I feel a great deal of pain thinking of Matthew disagreeing with Jesus. I admire both men.
Meanwhile, some people are writing us perturbed. But we’re going to need all hands to build Nova Earth. The time is past, I think, to be hammering away at each other, even when the disagreement is as clear cut as this one is.
If we can’t decide the matter, what do we do? Deny one source access to the site? I admire both channels (Suzy, Linda and others who speak on the matter). Live with the disconnect and hope it will be resolved in the future?
It may turn out to be that the only thing we can do is to state the disagreement as clearly as we can and leave it to readers to decide the issue themselves.
So please allow us to scout out how to proceed so that neither Suzy nor Linda are hurt in the process. We’re doing that now.
(I have a routine medical procedure scheduled for Tuesday that will remove me for much of the day. The series that I’ve scheduled for tomorrow was written earlier and was not meant to directly relate to the present question.)
(1) As a refugee adjudicator.