Hello again, it’s encouraging to see how much creating you’re doing out there! I have been unplugging a great deal of the time the last couple weeks, but it does feel like things are changing for the most part. Isn’t it funny how things happen in clusters? Like a Murphy’s Law kinda thing. Yet, the Law of Attraction teaches us we are each co-creators. And even though things may look pretty dismal when taking a global view, we each really do make a difference towards creating the new earth.
According to the Iñupiat people, the poles have already shifted. No wonder there have been increasing numbers of large scale catastrophes, one end of the world after another. Yet, we are still here. And it’s no longer in the last few minutes before midnight, this is midnight.
Nobody knows exactly what the dawn will be like, but Hermes Trismegistus and his followers did create the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn and taught many people the principles of awakening. The thing is, the old always falls away first. But the new is rising up from within the ashes. This is the time to care for our bodies, for each other on a community level, for this will spread outwards, the ripple effect pays things forwards. Growing our own food wherever possible will assist people in transitioning into the new paradigm.
Community gardens are an excellent idea. If there could be one where I live, it might just transform the neighborhood. I feel that bringing folks out to meet one another will help a lot. I believe in the power of the people. In the inherent goodness rediscovered during the Renaissance, but forgotten again during the times of Mannerism. It’s so strange how Michelangelo’s paintings changed markedly during that shift of ages.
In cities like Detroit, which already experienced its own end of the world, people have banded together to create a new city within the skeleton remains of the old. This type of infrastructure is the pathway to the future. One of the golden keys.
In the book The Fifth Sacred Thing by Starhawk, an idyllic society living in the Napa Valley co-exists in a type of sustainable harmony with great respect for diversity, nonviolence and socialism. Instead of an army, there are wise women sitting on a cave meditating with crystals and seeing all around the valley and into the future as well. Along the streets are fruit trees, while trout tanks grace most homes. Like earth ships.
Nobody owns the land or the water, for they are felt to belong to all. The elements are sacred, and besides the four basic elements of earth, fire, water and air is the element of Spirit. Here this is the most sacred of all.
Outside the valley is a hideous oligarchy which is always at war. There are four basic purities, purity of family, purity of morality, purity of religion, and purity of ______ (this is all from memory and I don’t currently have a copy of this fabulous book, please forgive me,it has been over twelve years since I last read it). Anyone caught breaking one of the laws of purity is sold into some kind of slavery. Their names are changed to numbers. Everywhere there is pollution, the difference between the rich and the poor has reached extremes, and the inner urban streets are abandoned wastelands.
There are rebels working on the outskirts of the cities and deep inside the urban wastelands as well. Everybody living in this dystopian society must receive immunoboosters on a fairly regular basis, for to fail to do so causes severe withdrawal symptoms.
The enlightened residents of Napa don’t use the immunoboosters. They also greet each other by saying, “May you never hunger.” With the reply,”May you never thirst.”
The story is about a young midwife, Madrone who travels down to Los Angeles to work with the rebels. While she’s down there, her home is invaded by the armed forces of the oligarchy. The soldiers find it very confusing that the people not only do not fight, they take the soldiers in as if they were family.
I believe I need to read this again, my friends. What follows is so amazing and well written there’s no way a brief description could do it justice. To lots oneself in the world of the written word is such a great vacation.
And weekends are a great time to be part of our communities. May we gather in peace and accomplish a bit more each day. Because Love is the answer, love is the key.
And thank God/Goddess it’s Friday!
On a side note, earlier Loralai was playing with the neighbor kids, and there were five little kids running in and out of my home. I went out to the balcony to keep an eye on them, but as I turned my back and was focusing on cleaning out my email, they snuck inside instead of going downstairs, climbed all over my bed and dropped Fishnu into the space between the head of my queen sized bed and the wall. Needless to say, bthe little Beta was quite shook up. And a bit dusty. Oh, and they also fed him like twenty pieces of food. I give him two or three once or twice a day. I changed his water and am keeping a close eye on him. Poor little guy. And I thought we only had to worry about the cats. I’m pretty sure he’s going to be okay. That got my adrenaline going. So now I’m visualizing my little tiny golden vacuum cleaners, no golden shop vacs for this job of draining the excess energy from my adrenal glands and then I am tossing that vac down my grounding cord, which is hollow in the center, and two feet wide. My aura is back to being well defined, and I have quite huge protection rose in front of me.
Whenever I feel negative energy coming towards me, I visualize throwing away my old grounding cord, and replacing the protection rose.
After listening many times, some of the visualizing steps become automatic. My body enjoys the lessons very much.
Have a great weekend, every one! Namaste. Rainbow Blessings.