Sunday, February 22, 2009

The Financial Knot of Fear

This financial collapse is eerily similar to a certain myth. We have used the technologies of derivatives and finance to create a problem akin to one of warfare. Only difference is that we have selfishly used the system without a care for the global economy. "The peoples of Maldek had a civilization similar to that of the societal complex known to you as Atlantis in that it gained much technological information and used it without care for the preservation of their sphere following to a majority extent the complex of thought, ideas, and actions which you may associate with your so-called negative polarity or the service to self. This was, however, for the most part, couched in a sincere belief/thought structure which seemed to the perception of the mind/body complexes of this sphere to be positive and of service to others. The devastation that wracked their biosphere and caused its disintegration resulted from what you call war.The escalation went to the furthest extent of the technology this social complex had at its disposal in the space/time present of the then time. The entities were so traumatized by this occurrence that they were in what you may call a social complex knot or tangle of fear. Some of your time passed. No one could reach them. No beings could aid them. (They did eventually get some "outside help") The entities were then able to recall that they were conscious. This awareness brought them to the point upon what you would call the lower astral planes where they could be nurtured until each mind/body/spirit complex was able to finally be healed of this trauma to the extent that each entity was able to examine the distortions it had experienced in the previous life/illusion complex.After this experience of learn/teaching, the group decision was to place upon itself a type of what you may call karma alleviation. This then they have been experiencing until the distortions of destruction are replaced by distortions towards the desire for a less distorted vision of service to others."
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