In this excerpt from a reading with Archangel Michael, he discusses the differences between the Galactic Federation of Light (GFOL), the Unified Forces of the Outer Galaxies (UFOG), and the Intergalactic Council.
From a personal reading with Archangel Michael through Linda Dillon and Steve Beckow, Feb. 20, 2018. Thanks to Dana for our transcript.
Steve Beckow: I am confused about the difference between UFOG and GFoL. Is GFoL our local star Federation and UFOG is more wide-ranging?
Archangel Michael: It is more wide-ranging but it also simply indicates the distance and the outer galaxies that they have travelled from.
Steve: Now the outer galaxies of this Universe?
AAM: Yes and in some cases, of the Multiverse.
Steve: I seem to have gotten the impression recently that the outer Galaxies are the most recent. Is that correct?
AAM: Most recent what, sweet one?
Steve: Most recently created.
AAM: Oh no! They are ancient.
Steve: Somebody said that the galaxies nearest the central sun are the most advanced and they were the most ancient, but that’s not correct?
AAM: It is linear thinking. But it also, what it does is that (and this is a human tendency, by the way) it tends to put categories on who advanced fastest. And that is simply not so.
Steve: Boy oh boy! We are having to sort through stuff in our own sources, never mind outside sources!
AAM: That is correct.
Steve: So is GFOL a member of UFOG?
AAM: No, they are a member of the Intergalactic Council. They are most certainly allies of UFOG. They do not consider themselves as separate the way that nations on the planet do.
Steve: Now the Intergalactic Council… Wow! Where do they come in? Do they command the GFOL and UFOG?
AAM: Think of it more as an inter-stellar United Nations only this one works.
Steve: Aha and does it cover the entire universe?
AAM: Yes but much of their focus at this moment is on Earth and Gaia but, yes, it covers the entire universe.
Steve: My heavens! And Grener is the head?
AAM: That is correct.
Steve: Boy oh boy! The same Grener I ask to fix my computer?
AAM: That is correct!
Steve: … On occasion, like, when it’s breaking down…
AAM: As if he had time!
Steve: Yes, yes! But of course that goes to somebody else, right? That gets passed down the line, does it not?
AAM: There are times when he will simply pop in. It is like changing batteries for him.
Steve: … A little change of pace!
AAM: That is correct, a little break.
Steve: That is very funny, Lord!