The Debt Crisis and Our Awakening

The Debt Crisis and Our Awakening

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A couple of days from now we can expect the U.S. Congress will fail to increase the debt ceiling for the United States. This means our government will no longer honor its obligations as promised. The United States dollar is the reserve currency for most of the world. The stability of financial transactions around the globe will be fatally compromised. We can expect a global financial unraveling. This will reveal that the web of debt on which the global elite depends to keep the populace enslaved to its demands has no foundation in reality, and never has.

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The National Delusion, Revisited 4 – Releasing the Shadow of Judgment

The National Delusion, Revisited 4 – Releasing the Shadow of Judgment

“Nothing around you but is part of you. Look on it lovingly, and see the light of Heaven in it. So will you come to understand all that is given you. In kind forgiveness will the world sparkle and shine, and everything you once thought sinful now will be reinterpreted as part of Heaven.”
p. 486, Text, newer editions, A Course in Miracles

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How do we apply the principles of Love to those who orchestrated and carried out the events of 9/11? First of all, who were they? We have been told they were some crazed and disaffected jihadists from an alien culture, jealous of our freedom and striking out at symbols of our affluence and world power. They were not. Those who brought the message of 9/11 to public consciousness had to be individuals deep within our own power elites. No one else from any other culture could have had the wherewithal to bring us this sorrow.

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The National Delusion, Revisited 3 – We Are Individual, But Not Separate

The National Delusion, Revisited 3 – We Are Individual, But Not Separate

“And without fear, accusation, or judgment we will look anew at the events of 9/11.”

The National Delusion, Revisited 2, posted June 2, 2013

 

 “This world is merciless, and were it outside you, you should indeed be fearful. Yet it was you who made it merciless, and now if mercilessness seems to look back at you, it can be corrected.”

p. 430, Text, newer editions, A Course in Miracles

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We have been looking anew at the events of 9/11, attempting to see the harmony and beauty of God’s universe in what seems to be a soul searing perversion of the dream of our more perfect union. We speak here of not just the Union of our United States of America but of union among the peoples of this world, which in reality is an event already accomplished, this union of my spirit with yours, and yours with mine. But in flesh and blood often we scoff and ridicule such lofty sentiment. How naïve can you be? In face of such terrible loss of life, what leave have you to speak of union? What world do you live in?

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The National Delusion, Revisited 2 – A Demo of “Free Energy”

The National Delusion, Revisited 2 – A Demo of “Free Energy”

“As a country, the United States of America is attempting to live out a vision of itself and its history that is not based on truth.”

The Book of Ernest, p. 310

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Look again online (http://wtc7.net) at the sudden collapse of the 47-story steel frame skyscraper, World Trade Center 7, on fire but not hit by any airplane, at 5:20 PM on 9/11/2001, a day that looms as the final unraveling of the dream of our country. In more than a century of history with tall steel frame buildings, never has there been a collapse from fire. This is incontrovertible science. It is not possible that the “official” explanation of the events of 9/11 is true.

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The National Delusion, Revisited 1 – A 47-Story Steel Frame Building Falls

The National Delusion, Revisited 1 – A 47-Story Steel Frame Building Falls

“We would be extremely naïve not to realize that all our top political leaders, then and now, are aware that the official version of the events of September 11, 2001 is not the whole truth.”    The Book of Ernest, p 351

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The recent tragic bombing of the Boston Marathon prompted, not surprisingly, a renewed outpouring of conspiracy alarms. The last decade of trillion dollar wars, all to no credible purpose, does not ease the public mind when asked to accept official explanations. And regrettably, our mainstream media is polarized as never before. The blather that passes for “news” bombarding us round the clock is easy to pigeonhole. The conservative right apologizes for officialdom, even as they decry our loss of freedom, while the liberal left calls officialdom to task, while decrying our loss of freedom, the same as the right. Both sides see our freedom disappearing. When both sides of our polarized mainstream media agree, we have reason to be wary.

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The Beginning of Life

The Beginning of Life

“Beliefs do not have to be true to be useful, but it is immensely useful to believe what is true because then we will never need to change our minds and start over.”  The Book of Ernest, p. 290

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We survived the winter solstice of 2012 and end of the Mayan calendar, leftover with a legacy of “channelings” and bewildered by a gusher of supposed galactic secrets. What is to be believed? Were we implanted here by some superior culture from another star? Sirians? Pleiadians? Starseeds? Extraterrestrials? Without being unduly credulous, we want only the truth. With so many sources claiming higher knowledge, where do we start?

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This World We Give Ourselves

This World We Give Ourselves

“This world we give ourselves, and it is ours to make better.”

The Book of Ernest, page 266

Many times we give God credit where no credit is due. We look at the aching world we live in and question how a loving God would permit this, even though we know in our hearts this aching world is our own doing.

There are a few simple things we all know about God that should allay this confusion. But before continuing, let me offer an observation or two about this word “God.” In the English language “God” is masculine, and the pronouns we capitalize referring to “Him” are masculine. We also speak of “His Son,” in a collective sense referring to the whole of His creation. The great transformation underway in this current age is a rebalancing of masculine and feminine energies, as our women come into their power as women, and none too soon, I should add. It seems that the preservation of this world we live in and all life thereon hangs in the balance.

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Moving to Jupiter

Moving to Jupiter

Jupiter is not as far from here as it might seem. It is one of those exit signs off the highway where the promised destination never appears, for there is no formal community, just a name known only by local lore. The locals laugh about the nearby town named Mars Hill – no kidding. But move we did, and here we are, in a little piece of Southern heaven, the stars at night visible overhead for lack of light pollution, with distant mountains, the justly famed Smoky Mountains, wondrously on the horizon by day, while the murmur and rustle of the pristine Ivy River, below us out of sight, stirs the chi and caresses the ears, both night and day.

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The Revelation, the Miracle, and Jesus

The Revelation, the Miracle, and Jesus

In the middle of the century just past, mankind received a new revelation, the fifth epochal revelation to our world, in the form of a book, The Urantia Book. Urantia is the name of our world. A revelation, properly understood, is a new revealing of God to man. “God” is the name we give to express our personal relationship with the First Source and Center. It matters not whether we have given that relationship a name, or what name we have given it, or if that name is inexpressible, as it may be for those who are not self-conscious of the divine within.

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9/11 Reconsidered

9/11 Reconsidered

Excerpt from The Book of Ernest, from Section 5 – The War On Humanity

…We should reconsider the events of September 11, 2001. On finishing my chapter, “The Two Towers,” in January 2002, like most Americans I accepted the conventional wisdom that we had been attacked by Muslim terrorists, although the manner in which the buildings collapsed was anything but ordinary. The great mass of the buildings did not just collapse but mostly disappeared, in a huge explosion of dust! We were traumatized, the nation in shock, and in a daze we staggered forward with the cleanup. We should have been up in arms when our political leaders raised the bogus flag of “national security” and stonewalled all efforts to investigate. Since the political embarrassment and legal implications were potentially enormous, we understand the hesitancy to go digging into fresh wounds. Nevertheless, the way to honor the lives that were lost then, and the lives lost now, is a true accounting.

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