Saturday, July 16, 2016

The past comes back on us again

How easy it is to forget the past when we honor men and women who have taken mankind forward in our evolution. We honor people like Nelson Mandela and Rosa Parks and Mohandas K. Gandhi for their part in instigating evolutionary changes in their nation, but forget that at the beginning there was a huge resistance to the change by those who relied on the old for their security and support.

And, how easy it is to forget those who were dragged into the conflict because of the sense of judgment, and how not having a solution that benefits everyone kicks mankind off course for a long time.

This morning, I am going to refer back to an event that occurred in a previous movement. It has been mostly forgotten, but it enabled one of the biggest movements to start--and for mankind to go off course for two thousand years. Now mankind is reaching the end times of this cycle--a loop in history--and we are replaying this event in preparation for the creation of the international government.

At the beginning of any movement, the idea is introduced, but the founding parents are no different than the general population. They are a microcosm of the entire planet, divided into the four--no, five--segments of the population that apply to every movement. The fifth segment consists of the future generations that are dragged into the crisis and who form the loop that takes seven generations responsible for undoing the damage that has been done by previous generations who ignore the crisis and pass it on to future generations. Those seven generations have spawned other cycles, so it has taken 2000 years for the cycle I am referring to this morning to reach its end times.

Two thousand years seems like a long time, but with all the cycles that spin off, mankind is also playing out a billion year cycle, and during the end time of previous billion year cycles, Earth's inhabitants were wiped off the face of the planet. Change only occurs easily at the end or the beginning of cycles, so as all the cycles lined up during the 2008-2012 time period, mankind has been in a time period of major changes. We could function on a very high level, or devolve into a global conflict. Seth talks about this in "A Manual for Peace."

Stephen was a very spiritual man who lived during the time of Jesus of Nazareth. He was a wealthy man, kind and generous, one of the men who assumed responsibility for taking care of the poor widows and the children of the men who died in the movement's battles of Armageddon. The Romans occupied the region, and could be very brutal, but it was men from Stephen's own church who judged Stephen, and it was Saul of Tarsus who participated in his execution. Saul was also wealthy and powerful.

When Stephen stood on the spiritual principles during a Moment of Choice, it affected Saul's security and support, and it triggered the Battles of Armageddon in that church.

There was a difference in perspective between the two men of where true power comes from. Stephen believed true power comes from assuming responsibility to undo the damage that has been done, and so he had no problem with helping the widows and the children. It enabled him to rise in power in the church. Saul equated ideas about power than should not be equated, such as power and money, or money and brutality. His belief structure was based on the fear of the lack of respect, which leads to the power game of Pride, and he believed he had the right to put Stephen down. He waged war on Stephen, which was an act of revenge, and it led to the act the judgment against Stephen, which led to the other power games of revenge, including genocide, slavery and terrorism.  The conflict in the church drew in others, such as the Romans, who tried to put down rebellions.

Stephen was spiritual--an overview concept--and Saul--who became the Apostle Paul, was religious. Paul was not part of the original disciples-the twelve pointed star that represents tolerance and the cooperation of nature, but he also became a teacher when he stopped persecuting those who came before him and who had the wider perspective, including Jesus of Nazareth, whose perspective was wider than the rest.

Many people believe Jesus had twelve disciples, but he was actually one of the disciples,
one of the twelve pointed star that represents tolerance and the cooperation of nature.
Each of the twelve has the same goal, and each assumes responsibility for one role.
Jesus was the teacher, and during this time period, is the world teacher.

A schism formed within the church, with some following Jesus and the new concept of Christianity, and others staying with the old structure related to Judaism. Christian's power game of choice is to wage war, and a Jew's game of choice is based on judgment which leads to genocide. At the cycle reaches the end times, it is time to unify the religions again into one body of spiritual teachings. Today, we can learn from the past, let go of the power games based on revenge, and return to the spiritual teachings based on the principles of the cooperation of nature.