Wednesday, December 6, 2017

The Pentacle of Power Against Saddam Hussein is Over

The first requirement for conflict resolution is that everyone must be considered equal, and what better way for that than for everyone who got revenge on an innocent person to face the backlashes from their power games, and for the Pentacle of Power to be undermined?

The revenge against Saddam Hussein brought together five very different people or groups of people, some who are mortal enemies, all with a common goal-- to get revenge on Saddam Hussein. They have all gotten what they wanted, but their power games did not lead to what they assumed they would get or to achieve. They got revenge. Along with that comes a certain degree of Hell.

This week, Ex- President Saleh of Yemen  was assassinated. He demonstrated that he could not be trusted to stand on the principles of any of the factions that are fighting in Yemen. He switched sides in the conflict, which led to a sense of betrayal. He was considered an ally in the U.S. War on Terror, and he used the funds that he got from the United States to oppress his own people. When Yemen's Arab Spring movement started, Yemenis begged the United States not to support President Saleh because they were protesting his oppression.

Ali Abdullah Saleh played the power game of Lust, which leads to slavery. People who play the game of Lust fear being hurt in relationships, and so they hold people to them and then push them away when they fear getting hurt. Lust, like Envy, is based on weaving an illusion. He believed he could outsmart others so he owned others. He outsmarted the United States, and other world leaders. He was drawn into the Pentacle of Power against Saddam Hussein not as part of the Coalition of the Willing during the Iraq War, but as a result of the other nations entering into the Coalition.

Saddam Hussein's daughter believed President Saleh was a friend of the family, but that was not so. Lust combines elements of Pride and Envy, and so he believed he lacked respect and capacity. Being in power for so many years, they had to get along, but Saddam Hussein had more respect and capacity to rule his nation than Saleh. That triggered resentment, and it became the major factor in how Saleh wove his illusion after he was driven from power.

If you look at a map of the Middle East, Iraq is between Iran and Syria, and because there is a continuum of frequency, those three nations have things in common. The leaders of all three leaders have stood on the principles of fairness and equality, and have been targeted for doing so. 

Standing on the principles triggers the fears of others who fall into the power games, so the Battles of Armageddon are raging in the Middle East. People are fighting for their lives, and eventually, the schism will reach the individual level, when they will turn around and see that the plan for the international government is the solution.

The collapse of the Pentacle of Power against Saddam Hussein within our organization allows a misunderstanding about the channeled books to be resolved, and triggers the first step in ending the global genocide.