(Continued from Part 1.)
There are other concepts we may need to put in place to orient towards bringing in the New World. One is an “expansion in the meaning of humanness.”
In few ways are we as a human species inspiring at the moment. As races, we don’t get along. As religions, we massacre each other. As nations, we make war on each other. In no way is there peace to be found on Earth yet in any meaningful or lasting sense.
Moreover, as a society, we’re sluggish to launch out in new directions so we remain in ruts for a very long time.
But we’re about to be blessed by evolutionary events that will catalyze us as a race and may require us to mature as a world society fairly quickly.
The first landing of extraterrestrials will require us to meet them in an intelligent and constructive manner.
But the sheer impact of the unknown and the difficulty in knowing how to act will probably stress some of us. We may not feel at ease or at our best. Will we be able to relax enough in their presence to accept them?
This first landing will cause a huge expansion in the meaning of humanness. The galactics presently around the Earth are humans like us. They look like us. They know us well.
We call them “aliens” but they call us “family.” They’re our nearest neighbors. They’re our ancestors. They seeded the Earth.
Many other species are human and don’t look like us – the felines, reptilians, and mantis people. They too are friendly. The human template includes more lines of ascent than only ours.
We’re used to belligerence between nations here on Earth. Our star brothers and sisters have never a belligerent thought.
We’ll have to keep in mind the constant potential need for change and expansion in our sense of humanness if we’re to co-create smoothly and seamlessly with our new partners and colleagues.
Another concept we’ll need to be comfortable with is the role of the “unknown and unseen.” Is not almost everyone we’re speaking or listening to in this endeavor unknown and unseen? SaLuSa? Archangel Michael? The Divine Mother?
Unless we accept the unseen and unknown, relax our fears of being poorly treated by them or ridiculed by terrestrials, and partner with them, the divine task of creating a Golden Age and a New World together will probably not proceed. They’re the project managers and architects. We’re the coordinators and builders.
Our partnership spans the visible and invisible spectra. It spans dimensions and worlds. It transpires in places where there’s time and places where time is not.
In sum, in my vision, imagination, or imagineering, we’re transforming the unworkable into the workable as part of unimaginably-beneficial evolutionary events. The conditions of our work call upon us to continually expand our idea of humanness and learn to be comfortable working with unknown and unseen partners.
(To be concluded in Part 3.)