Post Number: 658
|Posted on Wednesday, March 25, 2020 - 07:41 am: ||
It's funny, how some of you have "peddled" nothing but doom and gloom for years, yet, once the "effects" take hold and run rampage throughout our world, we then say, "please no more bad news". In other words, once the "reaping what we've sown" has shown its "ugly head", we attempt to "balance things out". Well, personally, I like Matt Lee's assessments of China, and I like Bill's assessments as well, however, we cannot "stick our fingers in our ears" and "hope" this will all go away. It's too late, we cannot undo what's has been done. So, get use to "bad news" and take a look at your "involvements" in causing these events to happen and vow to accept responsibility.
MsMichelle (sending peace and love to all)
Post Number: 822
|Posted on Wednesday, March 25, 2020 - 02:01 pm: ||
Tat_tvam_asi - "So, when it happened in China, there was no pre-knowledge of how severe this virus may be.
But many other governments in our world, they had this knowledge, could see the danger, knew the deaths it caused – but they still did nothing - to protect their economy...
It would be fair to acknowledge that they had – different to China – the advantage of knowing how severe this pandemic was."
My opinion is our powers saw this coming and deliberately acted too late because they saw they could use this crisis to enact their planned ban on cash and dispossess people of their property and rights as was prophecized by Meier. The Federal Reserve (and other world banks) is bailing out everybody and buying everything, even private and business mortgage loans. So soon they'll practically own everything as Meier foretold (Meier - "the people will be dispossessed"). And they are already talking about banning cash (to avoid catching virus) and replacing the dollar with a digital currency. (Meier - "if things go a certain way you might as well roll cigarettes with your paper money") And our world powers already have us in lock down and are taking away our rights with draconian laws. How long before they roll out the bio-chips?
How does the saying goes about our powers? They never let a good crisis go to waste.
Post Number: 45
|Posted on Monday, March 30, 2020 - 02:33 am: ||
I'm not sure about/to whom you're speaking in particular, but I'll take it upon myself to make the following alternative proposal:
How about we cool it with the self-righteous authoritarianism, finger-pointing, Schadenfreude, etc., and, instead, simply get ready to weather the storm as best as we can while, simultaneously, maintaining/striving for clarity, neutral-positive thinking, rationality, Naechstenliebe, etc.?
I'm not particularly worried because I've had the possibility of this scenario occurring in my mind for over a decade now, but I have observed many losing their minds over their retirement funds vanishing before their eyes. So, in the meantime, I've been reading up on wild edible/medicinal plants, agriculture, collecting seeds, acquiring fishing/hunting tools, etc.
Honestly, I'm somewhat relieved. It doesn't look to be as bad as WW3/4 would be (with the Northern hemisphere becoming uninhabitable, etc.), and if the economies collapse, it would stand to reason that births would slow down, plus resources for wars (funds, supplies, public support, soldiers) would dwindle.
If anything, this can be harnessed and used for the good. I've seen how people behave after disasters, they largely tend to band together and, selflessly, help eachother out.
Post Number: 659
|Posted on Monday, March 30, 2020 - 03:42 pm: ||
MarkV, not sure where you've been (have not seen many posts from you) or where you're going, however, we all need to "cool it" and study the spiritual teaching and stop expecting anything else regarding our present situation.
If anyone is surprised at the developments in our "world" currently, then you are distracted, dishonest, delusional, distant, dangerous, etc.
This was bound to happen, and now we're attempting to "expect" the majority of the people to listen?
As far as myself, I'm as "prepared" as I can possibly be, however, we are all "caught up in this madness together" via the breath
MsMichelle (sending peace and love to all)
Post Number: 829
|Posted on Monday, March 30, 2020 - 06:43 pm: ||
re - "I've seen how people behave after disasters, they largely tend to band together and, selflessly, help each other out."
Markv, during the 1929 depression people did just that by helping each other out but this coming depression people will not be like that because people nowadays are indifferent to each other. I was researching how many people helped each other out during the 1929 depression by doing things like people feeding strangers or even letting them move into their house temporarily. I doubt much of that with happen this coming depression.
The Japanese people are the best at helping each other out during disasters. I remember reading in the notes how Ptaah gave them much praise at how they help each other out during disasters. He said even the crime gangs helped out too. And there is no looting there like there is in Western nations.