Everyone, I approach you today as I do every month. Every month we stand on the precipice and wonder if we’ll go on past the first of the approaching month.
The suspense tests my faith to the limits. I don’t think anything has aged me more than this process.
Nonetheless, I know that, as the economic crisis deepens, prices will have gone up for you. The situation with the banks may have thrown you into worry and stress. The work situation, with Covid and everything else, must be really tough.
I wish we had another option than to appeal to you for next month’s rent and food ourselves. But you are our employers. That’s the way the Mother wishes it to be, as I’ve said in other appeals.
Clearly people cannot go on like this much longer before G/NESARA and the Reval are brought in. How close to death is the Alliance’s “near-death” experience? (1)
But death remains irreversible. And the death of the Golden Age of Gaia will break many hearts on this side and the other, I’m sure.
However, it’s not possible to treat the blog as free and not see it disappear. We have to change our view on that or lose this resource. (2)
I have no more magic tricks to gladden our hearts. After fourteen years of making appeals, I confess I’m exhausted. This is my last appeal. I simply cannot face doing this one more time.
If we cannot persuade a large enough number of readers to sign up now to make ongoing monthly donations by April 1, 2023 to support the blog’s operation, I will be closing the blog as of April 15.
Divine Mother, I took the process as far as I could without keeling over. I now pass the financial reins back to you and ask to be relieved of this duty of appeals.
(1) The conventional wisdom on the Alliance side is that, to wake up the sleepers and avoid civil war, the mass of the population has to be allowed to see what the deep state has in store for us and has to cry out for relief.
(2) I used to think that we could keep GAoG open if we stopped posting. But without financial resources, we won’t be able to cover the costs of keeping it open, even as a library.