Post Number: 29
|Posted on Monday, November 24, 2014 - 06:56 am: ||
I remember reading once in your writings that Earth humans in their current evolutionary state are fickle and cannot take neutral positive thoughts/feelings and expand them (make them last) internally.
I am wondering how one can eventually achieve this? When I think about it it seems like something that will develop with sufficient practice (Meditation, applying the teaching to daily life, taking care of oneself etc).
Thank you for all you done!
Post Number: 10
|Posted on Monday, November 24, 2014 - 07:09 am: ||
Hello Eduard and Christian,
About breakups in a relationship.
If a person breaks up with someone (in an intimate relatioship), is it because there's no true LOVE involved? In my case, I do know that I love my partner, but sometimes I doubt it'll ever grow towards true LOVE, and I have doubts. And still, even in love, I would end the relationship, even if its a healthy one.
I don't know how to put it into a question. I think it would be:
Even in a healthy relationship were love is involved (possibly not true LOVE in capital letters), would it be against the laws of Creation to terminate this relationship? I think it would take some courage and total honesty with your partner.
Post Number: 24
|Posted on Monday, November 24, 2014 - 07:56 am: ||
I have been wondering what you would say about the following for quite a while now: What may students of the Spiritual Teaching be called by others? Since in our world, people seem to require labeling to identify others, we end up seeing students/followers of the doctrine of Islam and label those people "Muslims", or ones who pursue Christianity are called "Christians" and so on.
I understand that the teaching of the truth, the teaching of the spirit, the teaching of life should require no label, since it it should actually be the natural inclination of human beings to live by the creative natural laws and recommendations which are contained within the teaching, and which also may be observed in nature. Despite this, most people on Earth do not observe the teaching, or do not even know of it's existence. Therefore I think it is unavoidable that some label will emerge, though it is my feeling that this should be avoided. I wonder if, in the future, people will refer to members of FIGU as "Figuists"; "Creative-naturalists"; "Geisteslehrists", or any other labels that people will inevitably come up with... I would like to know your thought about all of this.
Post Number: 483
|Posted on Monday, November 24, 2014 - 01:15 am: ||
Dear Herr Meier,
President Obama... a loaded question already. President Obama has recently forced the illegal immigration issue upon the US. He has done his level best in not enforcing our immigration laws, even hamstringing the border patrol in innumerable unreported ways, while maintaining a mantra that the American immigration laws are "broken, and need to be fixed". Now he has moved beyond de facto amnesty for illegal immigrants, and is basically offering citizenship to almost anyone who can find a way to America's shores, excepting Europeans, of course. Just the other day, he announced an open-ended intention to legalize at least 5 million more people who were here illegally, though the number of people is more likely 3-5 times that. President Obama, whether or not he is just a marionette of some nameless dark force, he did do this, and against the wishes of the majority of the American people, though our mainstream media is reporting... well, just as with the Ukraine, they are pretty blatantly spinning the news to say whatever they want, regardless of the actual facts. Unsurprisingly, our Congress is equally complicit: they say that don't like what Obama has done, but few of them have mentioned that they have ready at hand the constitutional power to reverse his latest 'executive decision'. This smacks of corruption, disingenuous, duplicitous, manipulated corruption. The issue highlights how America is being run by people who don't serve the interests of what had been the American people, but rather they are deliberately altering the makeup of America to whatever easily manipulable multi-ethnic society they want it to be. Consistently, these interest involve importing more people into the US and constantly promoting racial integration, among many other ways in which they deliberately 'evolve' (or subvert) the traditional American culture and society.
It seems to me that the issue of borders invariably reduces to a racial issue more than a cultural one. In attempting to discuss this topic on the FIGU forum, I've found that almost no one wants to talk about the issue - it is just too hot a potato, I think. The one person who has done so has brought up the primary argument for removing our Nation's borders, integrating all races, and accepting everyone as human beings worthy of sympathy. This reason is love. Likewise, as other people in my life see it, to be loving means that when we shut people out with our borders we are committing a crime against humanity, and that the mere existence of separate races (especially white people) is implicitly unfair to some people. As they see it, we can only have one single borderless nation and one race of mixed people the world over. To them, only this is loving, and anything less than that is immoral. They do not see how we can be loving and yet maintain limits, how we can be loving and yet enforce our borders, how we can be loving and yet maintain our cultures and races, how it can possibly be moral for any group to set limits when needy people want what others have.
My question is this: how do you wish the FIGU to address this issue? Would you prefer that the FIGU actively promoted a one single world society with the much vaunted racial mixing? Or would you prefer that the FIGU stand by and say nothing on this issue, letting the chips fall where they may? Or would you like to see the FIGU support the arbitrary limits of borders and distinct races?
As an adjunct, in considering how to approach this issue, do you expect that the FIGU membership is too immature to deal with racial issues in a fair manner?
Post Number: 883
|Posted on Monday, November 24, 2014 - 08:21 am: ||
Greetings Billy & Christian.
Billy, as the human being who wrote a work such as the Goblet of Truth, which contains knowledge & wisdom far beyond my comprehension, you are well versed in the laws & recommendations of creation and there is no arguing with such laws as they will not bend to our individual wishes. One such law is the becoming & passing; therefore knowing the unchangeableness of such a law, do you feel sad and have some period of grieving over losing another human that you've been close to for a long period of time even though you know this is the unchangeable way of life and that their spirit-form will reincarnate as another personality? So we are grieving over the lost personality that will never be seen again even though the spirit-form that animated that personality still exists and will once again animate another human. Can you please speak a little about this?
Post Number: 22
|Posted on Monday, November 24, 2014 - 08:29 am: ||
Hello Billy and Christian,
What are the circumstances that bring you, BEAM, peace at this stage of your life?
I thank you and everyone one else who give the truth to the human beings of today.
With Respect and Reverence,
Post Number: 2
|Posted on Monday, November 24, 2014 - 08:38 am: ||
Dear Billy and Christian,
I have some questions about the following:
Contact Report 251 mentions an error in the Pi-number calculation:
(…) These events coincide with many innovations and discoveries in technology and science; for 1995 and the ensuing years bring incredible breakthroughs that will change civilization. One contributing factor to these breakthroughs in the near future will be, finally, the exposure and rectification of an error in the Pi-number calculation. (…)
In Contact Report 260 Billy and Ptaah speak about a calculation of the Pi-number from Guido:
That’s exactly what we thought. – Here, I now have a calculation for the circle number pi. Guido’s work is the whole thing, as you can surely already tell by the handwriting. The question, now, is whether the calculations agree and, thus, are accurate.
105. This calculation is very amazing, but the time is still much too early in order to be allowed to make more detailed and more exact statements about that.
We’ve already feared this answer, but we just wanted to try.
106. Of course, I understand, but I really must remain with my statement.
107. If I would go into more detail about that, then I would have to violate our directives, but we don’t do such.
On page 484 there is a scan of this calculation:
Can you confirm the correct Pi-number is indeed 3.144605512… as suggested by this calculation, and where do the extremely precise values for the dimensions (base and height) of the Pyramid of Cheops Guido used for his calculation come from?
Post Number: 83
|Posted on Monday, November 24, 2014 - 08:40 am: ||
Can you describe what travelling on any of the beamships felt like?
Post Number: 1544
|Posted on Monday, November 24, 2014 - 08:52 am: ||
Hi Billy, Can you give us some insight into why the leaders of Europe & the USA are opening their Borders to the overpopulated 3rd world? It seems like an insane policy that can't continue forever. It almost seems like some grand plan to sink their own countries in overpopulation & the problems that come with it.
Post Number: 130
|Posted on Monday, November 24, 2014 - 09:28 am: ||
Dear Billy and Christian,
I have recently relocated to Clearwater Florida after residing in Phoenix Arizona for 30 + years. I have tried to relocate close to Munds park on several occasions but found it difficult to find work or networking with people willing to help me get started with a job or a living situation. A part of me did not want to leave Arizona knowing that I was only 2 hours away from Munds Park and other like minded people but I had nowhere to go or live after losing my job because of car trouble. On the other hand, I was open to new changes and the possibility for new prospects and perhaps a better life / living situation. I have noticed while being in Florida that though the ocean is beautiful and so on, the majority of people living here are very religious for the most part and I often feel as though they are very self righteous and some have a downright nasty disposition with very untrusting eyes. There are many churches around. Seemingly on every corner and big elaborate ones at that. What I'm wondering is...
how big of a part does geography play a roll or influence one's own state of well being and consciousness? Especially area such as the South? (bible belt)? I feel a greater sense of negativity and indoctrination in this area that seems to be even more negative than Arizona (the west). Can you clarify perhaps how much is self created and how much is a result of exterior circumstances? I say mantras at times to protect my consciousness but nevertheless this is how I think and feel.
Thank you dear Billy and Christian.
Post Number: 646
|Posted on Monday, November 24, 2014 - 09:38 am: ||
Dear Billy, Secretary of Defence Chuck Hagel was fired today. Was this Obama's last ditch effort to ease back the USA world police?
Good, better, best. May you never rest, until your good is better, and your better best.