The Planetary Deadline - from The Aquarian Passion Play.
“If we could look down from outer space upon the Earth with clairvoyant vision we would see the auric field of the planet as a murky ball of seething mist and fog. We might stand aghast at beholding this great dark cloud of subtle matter, which would evidence itself to be of a density and thickness that indicated not only impenetrability but also those conditions that are unfavourable to life and which make all things appear unclear and distorted. Thus it would be appreciated that there is a pressing need for change and global decontamination, for preparation for all those upon Earth who would be ready to weather well the approaching purificatory storm and, moreover, who would take advantage of it. The effects of the cumulative and harmful thought-patterns and attitudes of humanity are pervasive worldwide, and are sorely evident today not only in the lives of mankind, but also upon the physical planet. Man has generally treated the Earth with gross disrespect for far too long. He has regarded his home together with its mineral, vegetable and animal kingdoms most carelessly, and has repeatedly demonstrated an attitude of negligence that expresses the erroneous view that the resources of the planet are for his own selfish use and exploitation alone.
Humanity, as a whole, has completely overlooked the fact that Mother Earth – Gaia – is a spiritual being, engaged in her own evolutionary development, and who lovingly endeavours to provide a perfectly balanced environment for the peaceful and harmonious existence of multifarious life-forms, including human beings.”
Let me also add a personal comment of my own:
We have also created an unbalanced world because of allowing us to be ruled by a dominantly male energy, which so often ignores the nurturing and compassionate energy of the Feminine. We have also given our power to some of the most divisive religions imaginable. By all means enjoy ones own religious/spiritual beliefs but when we attempt to impose these believes on others – often creating war in doing so - we cross the line. We only have to look at the Middle East to see this sad situation at its worst. However, it also exists within our own societies as well – however subtly.
One other more personal comment. We need to also ask ourselves is it necessary and creating harmony when we kill other life forms to satisfy our appetites? I’ll leave it with you.
Thank you – Michael.
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