She’ll be off the air for a short while (or long, we don’t know yet). Sue Lie and the Arcturians (sounds like a rock band) will be joining us.
Mary Magdalene joins us this week on An Hour with an Angel to discuss the situation of lightworkers, individually and in relationship. This is a serious and sober side of the Magdalena that we haven’t often heard before.
Mary began by telling us that we live in “one of the most difficult transitions of the history, not only of humanity, but of Gaia herself.”
What we are doing in any perspective, in a very brief period of time, is not only challenging, but breaking, destroying, and eliminating the illusions and false grids that have been in place in all the collective and individual bodies for a very long time.
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In this destruction, is there also disruption? In this creation, is there also dis-creation? Her answer was yes.
We are the courageous legion of light who’ve stepped forward and come to this planet in service to the Mother and fulfillment of her Plan, on every level, to the most subtle and sublime to the strongest physical actuality.
And we feel a little crazy, having been ridiculed and ostracized for our beliefs for most of our lives.
Like Mary and Jesus, it’s our mission to lay down a new understanding, the basis of which is love and joy.
I asked her (30:00) what the reason was for lightworkers, especially women, to have suffered as much as they have. Where does this fit in with the Mother’s Plan?
I’m tempted to give her answer, but I probably won’t do her justice. Let me only say that she declined to give a pat and easy answer such as “you signed up for it.”
The second question I asked her was (45:50): Lightworkers who’ve suffered from physical violence, sexual abuse, and emotional control tend to be gunshy in relationship. We’ve suffered throughout our lives and don’t want to suffer further.
So we have a double whammy here of being ostracized by society and then denying ourselves, for one reason or another, the comforts of relationship. I asked Mary how to deal with this circumstance that is often peculiar to lightworkers.
This was my first time interviewing Mary. I found her deep, strong, and compassionate. But those are just words on paper. Come, experience her for yourself.