So far, everything is unfolding exactly as Blossom’s Federation of Light said it would.
Unbelievable events, topsy-turvy, things look bleak.
Momentum on any level is not with the deep state any longer so I’m really not rock bottom either concerned or anxious or worried.
Again it’s as the FoL said: There’s a deep inner knowing that our forward movement toward Ascension can no longer be stopped.
People may write themselves out of the script and, if they do, they’re allowed their choice.
As the FoL also said, first there would come anger. I’m angry. Do we realize how many people who’ve tried to reveal some part of the deep state have been assassinated? (Don’t get me started. Vasanas go off.)
I’ve watched the White Hats in the military – primarily the Navy – since 2007 gather themselves, take over recalcitrant commands (Northern Command, NORAD, the secret space fleet), and spearhead the task of draining the swamp.
I’ve watched I believe Army Rangers refuse to train in terrain that was more like Iran than Iraq. That was mutiny. I’ve watched Navy personnel refuse to surrender the nuclear football to President Bush. What was that? Treason?
I’ve watched unidentified patriots expose the shipment of cruise missiles to the Middle East. I’ve seen Minutemen missiles be launched in anger only to be shot down by patriot (or galactic) forces.
These courageous folks have been at this for a very long time, risking everything to bring the worldwide deep state down. Now is the time they’re doing it. And I personally want to assist them in every way.
That having been said, in my opinion, it still would not be accurate to say things like, “God is on our side.”
God is everything that is. For God there are no sides. Just as I love every part of myself, so I’m sure God loves every part of Itself. So God would not take sides.
I take sides. But not sides with relation to people, but sides with relation to values, benefit, and outcomes.
Some actions are harmful and others are beneficial.
Rape, slavery, torture, and murder are examples of harmful actions.
Sharing, nursing, cooking, and building are examples of beneficial actions.
While all people evolve through all phases of evolution, their behavior at times can be harmful. And if it is, that harmful behavior has to stop or be stopped. Without somehow condemning the person.
I have to … we have to … set our face against harmful behavior, draw the line, and not allow it. But at the same time we walk the narrow path of not judging or condemning the actor.
Well, wait a minute. Isn’t that what we’d call “professionalism” in, say, a teacher, a nurse, or a flight attendant? We know how to act this way. I did as a refugee adjudicator. We just don’t always do it.
If we can’t get it in any other way, perhaps we can see it as needing to remain professional while putting a stop to criminal behavior.
Some people say they’re confused. If God doesn’t take sides , why are all of us praising and taking the side of “the good” or “the righteous.” Clarifying that will take us into spirituality. So buckle up.
Remember what the purpose of life is. The purpose of life for God is that God should realize Itself in a moment of our enlightenment. It should then come as no surprise to us that the purpose of our lives is for us to enlighten ourselves, to allow God to meet God in a moment of our enlightenment.
Some sage somewhere said that, though God is impartial, the divine order nevertheless favors the good.
It does because being “the good” makes us more like God. If we want to know God, another sage has said, we have to be God.
Therefore given the purpose of life, the divine order, while embracing all and bringing all eventually to enlightenment, nevertheless favors the good, the godly, the righteous.
It isn’t either/or. The Divine both brings all to enlightenment and also favors the good. This was what Sri Ramakrishna was driving at when he said that all will be fed. Some will get their meal in the morning, some at noon, and some in the evening, but all will be filled.
That’s all. The truth is just the truth. I don’t believe God takes sides. I’m not trying to make use of it.
The divine qualities bring peace, which stills the mind. They bring love, which unites people. They bring joy, which makes the intentional privations of physical life (hunger, thirst, cold, etc.) bearable.
The privations are there in Third Dimensionality to make it unavoidable that we need to interact with each other. This interaction sharpens our discrimination.
The final act in the drama of life is after all an act of discrimination. Bayazid of Bistun describes it:
“I went from God to God, until they cried [out] from me in me, ‘O thou I!’ (1)
In the last moment we recognize that there is only One. At that moment we as individuals … well, we don’t know. No one has ever returned to tell us what it’s like.
Sri Ramakrishna relates: A salt doll went to measure the Ocean but it could not do so because as soon as it entered the Sea it disappeared. Individuality was gone: “O Thou I!” (2)
So to summarize, there is no hating the cabal. They are us a few dozen millennia ago, on the same journey from God to God that we are. (3)
There is however the intention to have them stop their depredations and join us in rebuilding the social order along lines suggested by the divine qualities.
Some of them will not stop. I personally have complete confidence in the Alliance to contain them, even if there may unavoidably be some violence and casualties. I also have complete confidence in the Alliance carrying out all their work lawfully.
(1) Bayazid of Bistun in Aldous Huxley, The Perennial Philosophy. New York, etc.: Harper and Row, 1970; c1944, 12.
(2) We move from dualism (“I went from God to God”) to non-dualism (“O Thou I!”). For enlightening moments like these was all of life created.
(3) Michael has told me I have an eighth Earth life which he will not tell me about. I must have been a bad one. One more reason not to throw the first stone.