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SaS – Op-Ed – The Progress Of The Ages – 18 September 2012

“Questioner: Can you tell me why you say that the Earth will be fourth density positive instead of fourth density negative since there seems to be much negativity here now?

Ra: I am Ra. The Earth seems to be negative. That is due to the quiet, shall we say, horror which is the common distortion which those good or positively oriented entities have towards the occurrences which are of your time/space present. However, those oriented and harvestable in the ways of service to others greatly outnumber those whose orientation towards service to self has become that of harvestable quality. Continue reading


Steve Beckow – We’re All On The Same Side – 19 May 2012

The tomato doesn’t argue with the broccoli

I’ve just been listening to Geoff West deliver the Cosmic Vision News over on Blogtalkradio.


And I was following his assessment of the current head-banging between Drake and Bill Brockbrader, which Cobra has also commented on. As I was doing so I was also considering some things that a new commentator, SaS, (1) was saying and what Geoff himself was saying and … it hit me. Continue reading

SaS – OP-Ed – When Will The Good Guys Appear? – 18 May 2012

Little Family,

Yesterday, our brother Alex and I were having a public chat about current events rapidly developing in the main stream media (I won’t use my more favorite and abrasive term “Lame Stream” media as brother Allen has pointed out that it was coined by Sarah Palin and, well, let’s not go there…good advice is good advice).  The U.S. and European banking system is collapsing.  We can see this.  Now, before you all go out and put on party hats, start blowing those little aggravating horns, and sopping up ice cream and cake, let’s just think about the implications of it all.  I’m not talking about the collapse of the Euro or the dollar or the disintegration of the European Union and all that geopolitical stuff.  I’m talking about the ever-increasing, ever-accelerating CHANGE that has become apparent to all of us.  In my post I commented on the inevitability of the J.P. Morgan’s descent into oblivion—the consequence of an inadequate management paradigm that continually rewarded 3rd density human arrogance, carelessness, and contempt.  To this Alex replied with a few technical observations that, after studying them, one would naturally assume a pattern was emerging in the organizational society of the West.  That pattern was the motif of systemic failure; the governance regime of the West is quickly becoming the archetype of inadequacy—a flagrant example of what NOT to do—eh?  We can see this because the “opposition” has chosen NOT to do it. Continue reading