Hitting the Planetary Switch
One of the challenges to responding to news and life from a peaceful perspective is that the news has to happen before I can respond to it. There is a great deal of anticipation about what will be in today’s news. However, there is little to respond to…. yet.
The 2012 NATO Summit starts in Chicago today. The protesters that I follow on Twitter gathered at 9 AM this morning at Grant Park to say “no to NATO.”
Today promises to be an intense day in Chicago.
It promises to be intense in other locations too.
The center line starts in China and ends in Texas, coming over my home around sunset. The forecast is for clear skies. It should be spectacular.
Those who observe spiritual signs and news events believe the coincidence of the NATO Summit happening on the same day as the eclipse is significant.
However, since none of this has happened yet, I’ll use today’s article to update a situation I wrote about a few weeks ago.
At that time, I wrote about a couple I called “Fred and Wilma.” They are my tax clients. They had received a zero balance letter from the IRS after owing more than ten thousand dollars for tax years 2007-2010.
When I asked Fred about that letter, he told me they had not paid their taxes. They had discharged them.
I was encouraged about how he had done this because his actions confirmed something I had been hearing about for almost a year. It showed that individuals could use certain legal instruments to discharge debt instead of paying it with Federal Reserve Notes.
Since I am authorized to receive information on Fred and Wilma’s account, I get their IRS correspondence. This past week, I received copy of a letter stating they had an amount due for 2010.
I decided to call the IRS and ask for an account transcript for all four years.
This transcript showed that the account, which had a zero balance a month ago, now had the original amounts due. The discharge instrument showed on their transcript. A reversal was also on it. The description beside the reversal said “bad check.”
I thought this was odd because Fred told me that he did not send a check to the IRS. He sent a “legal instrument.” He had agreed to meet with me and explain exactly what he sent. However, he hasn’t returned my calls or texts to set that appointment so I am still missing that piece of the puzzle.
I’ve discussed this situation with other people who have used similar techniques with the IRS. They all report the same type of thing.
The IRS accepts the discharge for ending collections actions. However, the amount doesn’t disappear from the account.
It leaves taxpayers in a state of limbo.
As I think about it, this seems to be how the current legal and financial system works. Press charges, file liens, get judgments. Then, attempt to enforce that paperwork under the threat of punishment. At this point, appeals are made and the system bogs down. No progress is made. Nothing is resolved.
The drama and conflict takes a slice of each participant’s energy. Those in the middle of the controversy face the challenge of being in the moment while waiting for the “other shoe to drop” on the unresolved situation.
I see only one solution to this quagmire: A complete jubilee consisting of total forgiveness of all debt and wrong doing.
That sounds like a planetary reboot to me.
Could today be the day?