Hi, friends!

  I'd like to receive some feedback on the contents of this message before telling where it comes from. Thanks!

 

My dear friends, I am happy to be with you once more.

My plan is that my teaching should precede my presence and prepare my way. My people will release it through their groups and group endeavour. When mankind is somewhat prepared, my voice shall be heard.

Meanwhile, my efforts are bearing fruit, producing change, drawing together men and nations, and bringing new hope to the world. I am emerging soon, but first I would point the way into the new direction which man, if he would survive, must take.

Firstly, men must see themselves as brothers, sons of the One Father. This is essential if they would progress one step nearer the Godhead. Throughout the world there are men, women and little children who have not even the essentials to stay alive; they crowd the cities of many of the poorest countries in the world. This crime fills me with shame. My brothers, how can you watch these people die before your eyes and call yourselves men? My plan is to save these, my little ones, from certain starvation and needless death.

My plan is to show you that the way out of your problems is to listen again to the true voice of God within your hearts, to share the produce of this most bountiful of worlds among your brothers and sisters everywhere.

I need your help, I call on you to aid me in my task. How can I stand aside and watch this slaughter, watch my little ones die? No, my friends, this cannot be. Therefore I am come quickly among you once more, to show you the way, point the path. But the success of my mission depends on you: you must make the choice -- whether you share and learn to live peacefully as true men, or perish utterly.
My heart tells me your answer, your choice, and is glad.

May the divine Light and Love and Power of the one most holy God fall now upon your hearts and minds. May this Light, Love and Power lead you to seek That which dwells in silence within you. Find That and know that you are Gods.

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Comment by Capt. Anand Kumar on March 16, 2012 at 10:19pm

Thanks Ferran.

If you were the CEO of the universe and decided to send a Teacher to help the humanity today, what guidelines would you outline for him/her? What would be the scope of the project "Help Humanity" and the methodologies, based on the lessons learnt from the past experiences?

Comment by Wes Hansen on March 16, 2012 at 2:29pm

" . . . so we'll see the flourishment of the ageless wisdom . . . " December 21,2012 is the projected D-Day, according to Hopi and Maori prophecy. This is the beginning of a time of hope, the era of the Fifth Hoop. It has been told by the stone people; the Hopi are caretakers of the red stone, the Tibetans caretakers of the yellow stone, in Africa is the black stone, and somewhere is a white stone. They all project the same prophecy. In the beginning all tribes were one. The Cosmic Mind scattered the tribes to the four directions: the white tribe went north; the yellow tribe went east; the black tribe went south; the red tribe went west. The tribal world became fragmented with some tribes creating conflict with others. This is the essence of Black Elks vision - hoops within hoops. The world of the Fifth Hoop is when all the tribes come back together - the Rainbow Tribe of Living Light; emphasis on the Father is replaced by emphasis on the Mother; it's a time of justice and harmony but also a great moment in the evolution of Cosmic Mind - a punctuated equilibria . . . According to some adepts, it is possible to communicate with the stone people, the keepers of Gaia's history, you just have to slow down to their time . . .   

Comment by Ferran Sanz Orriols on March 16, 2012 at 10:13am

 Hi, Anand!!!

 Your sharp questions are a pleasure hehehehe I'll start with your last line ;-)

 No, anyone who does not learn from his/her failures is not anyone I call teacher. Calling someone "teacher" means that I take him/her as human for any practical purpose. Human situation is that we all learn from our failures.

 Yes, the historical fact is that none of the great teachers of humanity can claim any great success ...a few people have tried hard to follow the teaching and many have used the teaching as a cover for their own ends, everywhere... and this includes those followers who believe they understand perfectly the teaching and feel they have the right to tell others the one and only way it is to be applied.

 Any teacher or teaching depends upon the students' disposition. I say that humanity, as a whole, has realized the point in which the need to learn is realized, so we'll see the flourishment of the ageless wisdom and its necessary effect: justice, a fair distribution of the resources of the world.

 Anyone is willing to bet against it?  ;-)  

Comment by Capt. Anand Kumar on March 11, 2012 at 9:59am

Thanks Ferran.

It seems that as humans we are refusing to learn our lessons in spite of so many teachers coming and trying hard. Each of the great teacher, friend, philosopher, guide of the humanity has given the same message of love and compassion. Yet we have always ignored those and brought ourselves to the brink of extinction. One more teacher, friend, philosopher, guide is due with the same message.

Are we refusing to learn our lessons because our teachers are not learning anything from their failures themselves?

Comment by Ferran Sanz Orriols on March 10, 2012 at 9:04am

  Hi, Anand, thanks!

 Difference, hahahaha ;-) I've just written in a Ramana Maharshi's page in facebook about this... the only difference is in practical terms. From a metaphysical point of view there is no difference, the teaching is the same.

 The practical difference is that today there is more people able to listen and understand than in the time of the great teachers of the past. Milions more!!! :-)

 

Comment by Capt. Anand Kumar on March 10, 2012 at 8:34am

There is no religion/philosophy so far that tells us that we are children of more than one Father. Nor have we been short of teachers/prophets/guides. Rama, Krishna, Buddha, Shankara, Jesus, Mohammed.... the list is long. Yet it seems, we have failed to learn our lessons. Shall we continue treading the beaten path or look for something new?

What will be different with the new one?

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