Each time I think of how to fix the broken – mostly our governmental systems – one side or the other presents itself in my mind telling me I’m being partisan (which means supporting the other side).
I can’t think about government from within our systems. Our systems are hopelessly broken and refuse to look at themselves.
Instead of every woman and man looking at themself and saying, well, this is what I could have done and didn’t, this is what I did that I probably should not have done, we have incessant fingerpointing.
One of my guides, whom I asked for counsel on how to approach these times, said, among other things, don’t name names. Well, that keeps me to a certain level of generality. I can see the wisdom in it given how chaotic things are already.
That advice would not apply to a trial lawyer or a police officer.
In my view, we have to take the attention off people and put it on behavior if we’re going to get anywhere and what better way of reminding ourselves than by not naming names.
Our governments are gridlocked. So many politicians are said to be corrupt. Before bills get passed, they’re loaded with pork-barrel amendments.
I think we have to start with the new and let the old, the deep state – the matrix – collapse under its own dead weight.
So what’s the new in government?
It’s like I have a bleacher full of folks on the other side shouting in my ear: “Conciliar.”
Councils. Is that not how things work in the higher dimensions? Some examples:
- The Earth Council with Wakana Taka its current representative to … the Intergalactic Council.
- Arcturus (and most other planets and star systems) has a High Council of which the Lord Arcturus is, as the Arcturians through Sue Lie once said, “a leader [of] the leaders.” (1)
- The Intergalactic Council with Grener of Ashira as its leader among leaders.
In western Christian society, the symbol used of conciliar government was often King Arthur’s Round Table. Probably other cultures have an equivalent.
When Archangel Michael discussed the delegations meeting to greet the galactics, he said that some of the conversations were on higher-dimensional councils:
“Now when we meet with, for example, political (small p) individuals, we give them insights around the galactic councils and what those forums look like.” (2)
It’s perhaps impossible for us to conceive of why such a system might work. But we have to take into consideration the fact that all higher-dimensional people – and we’ll be joining them soon – are filled to the brim with a love of a kind unknown to almost all of us on the Third/Fourth Dimension. It’s this love that makes everything work on the higher dimensions.
Without factoring that love into the equation, we cannot see how any global, regional, or local governmental arrangement might work. If we do factor it in, however, instantly the problem of getting along evaporates. As we’ll see after our Ascension.
OK, then. Councils….
(1) The Arcturians through Suzanne Lie, March 16, 2013.
(2) Archangel Michael in a personal reading with Steve Beckow through Linda Dillon, Nov. 26, 2019.