(Concluded from Part 1, above.)
To return to the financial, we humanitarian philanthropists will be serving an interim function. Let me explain.
In our present day, people still must work for their living and are being buffeted and bled dry by automation, wars, false-flag pandemics, toxic vaccines, weather-warfare, chemtrails, on and on.
In our future, after Ascension, there’ll be no need for money. In stages along the way, we’ll first use money; then later have replicators; still later we’ll be able to create and manifest by thought. So scarcity will not continue into our future and abundance will ultimately have no relationship to money.
Therefore our work is interim.
Between now and that future, someone has to handle the redistribution of wealth upon the planet, the rejuvenation of the Earth’s suffering population, and the creation of economic and all other structures that work and work for everyone. Yes, what we create may be short-lived.
Just as we had a Marshall Plan after World War II, we now need a second Marshall Plan to rebuild and restore whole countries which have been exploited over many years, decades, even centuries.
Cdr. Hatonn through Suzy Ward said something interesting to me recently. He read my thoughts and knew I was concerned about how to disburse the money I’d be responsible for. And so he interjected in a conversation I was having with Suzy:
“Steverino … You are worrying needlessly. You won’t have to make decisions about what to do with money when it’s available.
“St. Germain’s plan will be revealed to the people in charge and that information will be given to you. It’s not that your ideas won’t be valuable, but they’ll be used within the parameters of the big picture.” (1)
OK! As a financial steward, I won’t be out there on the skinny branches, everyone asking me what to do next. Help and guidance in making those decisions is coming. Given the magnitude of the venture, I accept.
I resonate with the concept of “steward” much more than I do with anything entrepreneurial. If I can’t be a monk, I can be a steward.
So help in redistributing the wealth of the planet will be on the way. In the meantime, I keep planning, preparing, and imagining a world that works.
A world that loves is a world that works. Our getting there is inevitable.
(1) Cdr Hatonn in Suzy Ward to Steve Beckow, email, Jan. 31, 2021.