It won’t be for a while after the Reval that I’ll be ready to start up the Lightworkers Congress.
First I need to take a much-needed holiday, get set up personally, and then start the Michaelangelo Fund.
The Lightworkers Congress will provide a forum for the discussion of global projects to end hunger, poverty, etc., a means of reaching decisions, receiving funds, and distributing them. It’ll also offer project directory services.
So as to avoid the arguments that follow about the percentage of donated money paid to support the organization itself, the Michaelangelo Fund will pay the costs of the organization. That way 100% of all contributions will go to project work.
I asked Archangel Michael in my reading on Aug. 12, 2016 through Linda Dillon, if he was in favor of a Lightworkers Congress. Here’s his response. Thanks to Dana for our transcript.
Steve: Are you happy with my call for a Lightworkers Congress or is that something I shouldn’t be venturing into?
Archangel Michael: No, in many ways it is in direct alignment with Yeshua, mine, Gabrielle, Sanat Kumara and multitude of other beings – our call to action – and for many, fortunately and unfortunately, and let me explain.
Fortunately because many know what their next steps are or have perhaps a broad perspective and oversight of how they wish to proceed. Unfortunately because some don’t, but they will. This gives them a focus in which to step forward.
And we are not only talking about the establishment of what you have termed and what we have termed, “projects”.
What we are talking about is the building of community. The sense of Beingness in unity consciousness, in heart consciousness has by necessity – and you’ve heard us talking about necessity more than ever of late – need for an external expression and experience and undertaking and, in that, the coming together of lightworkers in a practical application.
Lightworkers are not simply meant to be holding in tension in the quiet of their heart or the quiet of their home. [The coming together of community] needs to come to fruition. But many are uncertain or as yet unclear about how that can quite literally, physically happen.
And so in forming a congress, you are creating a mechanism whereby many can come together, each expressly with their own mission and purpose, vision and undertaking but working as community in a cooperative, collegial manner.
Otherwise, what you are doing is creating infrastructure, bureaucracy and replication again and again and again, bureaucratic infrastructure that is simply not necessary. But more importantly, you are creating a form and a format, a physical format, for people to gather.
So we are in favour of this.