The reverberations of yesterday’s article hung around all day. They spurred an email exchange with a former Federal Prosecutor. They became the center of last night’s conversation as friends and family joined me for dinner. They showed up in comments that readers sent to me privately because they didn’t want to post for public review.
The topic of “Unnatural Law” resonated with people from all walks of life.
I’ve noticed this for a while.
A mechanical engineer, recently retired from decades of government employment, had raised the subject with me earlier this week. A couple of school teachers volunteered their thoughts on the topic a week earlier.
Everyone I come in contact with is aware of how our legal system is broken. It is obvious it will not allow a peaceful society because it is designed to confuse.
As I said yesterday, the unnatural law philosophy allows fractional banking. It encourages financial practices like co-signing a loan for your unemployed alcoholic cousin who has a gambling problem.
In addition, it encourages destructive medical practices, poor educational techniques, and skewed media reporting.
Anyone who is paying attention sees the challenge in front of us.
During my conversations, I often ask if anyone thinks it is possible to fix the current situation.
The responses are the same.
No, the current system can’t be fixed and here is why:
- It is too a vague to understand.
- It is corrupt at its core.
- It has too much ambiguity.
- It is unsustainable.
Then, I ask the next question, “What do we do about it?”
The answers fall into two categories.
The first group believes in some version of what I call “The Abundance Plan” (TAP). This is a schedule of events, announced by “insiders” Benjamin Fulford, David Wilcock, Bill Woods, and Drake, that includes mass arrests of financial and political leaders, currency collapse, bank holiday while a new currency is brought online, and a subsequent golden age.
Some believe this includes the help of ETs and other heavenly beings.
This second group thinks there is no solution and the current system will eventually fail completely. When it does, society will go to “hell in a hand basket.” This will usher in civil war or rioting or martial law or even intergalactic war. They believe it is inevitable this will happen and the only goal we have today is to postpone this failure as long as possible.
Therefore, they oppose TAP because it will accelerate the system’s failure. They see the positive attributes of TAP as just wishful thinking.
What is the peaceful response?
I believe it is to take the energy we feel from last weekend’s reboot of the planetary grid and use it to create and hold a vision of a peaceful transition.
I wrote a few days ago that, according to Gregg Braden’s research, it only takes 8400 people participating in focused prayer or meditation to create change for a world population of seven billion people.
In response to that article, Sheri Cox started a Facebook Group for the purpose of finding 8400 people who will commit to holding this vision. A few people have joined.
I invite you to join and to invite others to do the same. (Use this link to go there now.) Our intent is to focus on peace with the belief than when we reach that number of 8400 people, we will see a peaceful transition take place.
Starting with tomorrow’s article, I will paint a picture of what I believe that peace will look like so we may use it as a focal point in our meditation and prayer.