Wednesday, March 27, 2013

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Archangel Michael through Linda Dillon

An Hour with an Angel, on current events
part I

 25 - March - 2013

 Graham Dewyea: Hello, and welcome to An Hour with an Angel with Linda Dillon, the channel for the Council of Love and author of The Great Awakening, and Geoffrey West of Greenprint for Life. It’s a pleasure to be with you.
 I’m Graham Dewyea. Our guest today is Archangel Michael. So, with that I’ll pass it on to you, Geoffrey.

 Geoffrey West: Thank you, Graham.
Greetings and blessings to you all. We have a lot of questions to cover this evening. So I’ll just say welcome to you, Michael. Thank you for joining us once again.

 Archangel Michael: And I say welcome to you, dear heart. I am Michael, archangel of peace, warrior of love, and, particularly in this case, bringer of news. It is my joy to be with you, and to bring you my sword, my shield, my blue flame of truth, and to discuss with each of you not only the matters of global import, but the secrets and the matters of your heart.

 For so often these are one and the same, and they simply reflect and reflect and reflect. And this is particularly true as you go through this period of transition, what you think of as Ascension, the shift. 

So it is my pleasure, my joy, my honor to be here.

My dear friends, where do you wish to begin?

 GW: Well, there’s so many places that we could begin. I think perhaps maybe we’ll start with Obama’s recent trip to Israel. President Obama, as many people know, was recently in Israel. And it’s pretty clear that Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu are not friends, although Obama and Israeli President Shimon Peres appear to be very much on the same page.

 An event which under normal circumstances might not seem suspicious that caught my eye was the fact that the presidential limo broke down in Israel. Now, given the intense desire of Netanyahu to interfere with Obama’s election last November by supporting Romney, and given the difficulties Netanyahu is now having in his own country, the fact that the car broke down on a visit to Israel seems at least unusual, if not suspicious.

 Was there something behind this event, or was it just an unfortunate mix-up in fuel, as reported?

 AAM: [chuckle] An unfortunate mix-up in fuel is absolutely correct, but the question is, who is in charge of the fuel? Now, I do not come this or any day to fuel drama.

 GW: Correct.

 AAM: But is it not significant, in so many ways, that Obama’s vehicle has broken down, stalled out, and been in a position of not moving? This has accomplished several things. Now, it was meant in some ways as an insult, as a very subtle insult, to the President of the United States, who was, yes, not supported in this situation.

 But what really has transpired, it has been the anchoring of light, the anchoring of a human experience that so many all over the world experience at one time or another — your car just won’t go, for one reason or another. And is it not a cause of great frustration to each of you when that happens? And you think that it is because you are in a position where you are not in wealth or power.

 So what it shows you is that there is an equality of situation that is happening across the board, but it was also a chance to show the humanity of those involved and to anchor very deeply within Gaia an extraordinary quotient of light, a beacon of light.

 So there were several things about this visit that were slightly unusual, shall we say, but it has not been allowed that it has acted as a setback. Because the agenda — my agenda — and the agenda that comes forth, yes, even in this circumstance, is peace.

 GW: Hmm. Now, there appear to be a few Israeli publications, Haaretz being one of them, that seem to be becoming more bold in their articles about the Jewish people standing up and speaking out. They seem to be indicating that many Israeli people, and many young people, are wanting peace, wanting to allow the Palestinians to have their own land in the name of peace.

 Now, we witnessed a little bit of that in Obama’s keynote address where many of the young people seemed to be surprising journalists in their support for Obama’s remarks that he was making.

 One article described Obama as a masseur, gently massaging info to the Israeli people while giving the people not only what they wanted to hear but also giving them the hard truth. And I’m certain Obama knew exactly what he was doing, but even one woman was saying in the article that she felt that the Israeli people were cheering Obama, because their leaders could not speak the kind of truth that he was speaking, and that it was very refreshing.

 How will this trip and the speeches and his overall presence shape the future of Israel in the shorter term and perhaps the longer term?

 AAM: Well, in the longer term there will be peace, period. But let us talk about the shorter term. And you are correct in your political analysis, which is that the leadership of Israel — and we do not just simply speak to one or two individuals, we speak to the leader- are prepared to take on the issues of Palestine and the issues of what it will take to bring peace in this area to ripple out to peace in this entire region that you think of as the Middle East.

 And so what Obama was doing was indeed being a masseur, but he was also providing a great deal of food for thought. But what he was also doing was giving those who are like-minded — and might I say light-minded — the opening to declare themselves, permission to declare themselves.

 Many of the young people in Israel are lightworkers, lightholders. And they come as bearers of peace; they come as protectors of peace, because of their age, not because of their acculturation.

 But because of their age and belief systems, they do not have the same what we would call stigmata of war, the memories that have been carried forth of the Holocaust and of the pogroms that have taken place for centuries in Europe and elsewhere. And there is a deep longing within the hearts of many of the young people to reach a place of peace.

 Now, what is interesting is there is also a similar longing, a reflection in the hearts of many of the elders also for peace. They are tired of conflict. They are tired of war. It is not that they abandon — nor do we — abandon the idea of Israel as a sacred undertaking, which is understood to a greater or lesser extent both above and below. But the idea, the sacred idea and undertaking of Israel does not eradicate the sacred undertaking of the Palestinians for their own land, for their own freedom, for their own rights.

 And so what is being arrived at — yes, through Obama’s words as a catalyst — is the permission for this conversation not only to go forward but to go forward in the ways that are tangible in terms of accords, treaties and movement that actually come to a place of agreement where all are considered equal.

 So often — and you have chosen a very good subject, my friend, and one which you know that I have a great deal of involvement in — but in this Palestinian-Israeli conflict, disagreement, is the heart of what conflict is about.

 It is the desire to control, to be in charge. And there is a belief, a fundamental belief in death, destruction, lack, limitation, that there is not enough to go around.

 These people have lived together on this land for thousands and thousands of years. It is the belief systems, the religious, the cultural and the political belief systems that bring this to a place of conflict. But it is the release of this in compassion and understanding and the spirit of resolution and a deep desire and action for peace that will bring this to an end.

 So what I say to you is that the speaking and the energy that Obama and company have brought to this meeting, to this visitation, is the opening of a door and a very loud indication to find a place of resolution.

 GW: I’m reading between the lines here, and what you’re saying, Michael, is that the young people and even many of the elders within Israel are searching for peace. The fact that Netanyahu has even maintained a position of power or leadership within the country might suggest that something that was not particularly life-honoring had taken place in the leadership.

 Is Netanyahu in containment at the moment?

 AAM: He is in some form of mild containment. He is not in full containment, let us put it that way. Now, we also say that he has a following in the middle range of those who wish to maintain the status quo. And part of that maintenance of the status quo is not just the belief in lack and limitation. It is also the desire to maintain power, and to maintain wealth, and to maintain positions of freedom.

 And that is not the fundamental basis upon which Israel, or any other nation, for that matter, has been founded. So his position and his power you will see diminishing.

 GW: Well, let’s move over to Italy, then. And Pope Francis met with leaders of the various world faiths in this last week. In his humble style that he is becoming noted for, he chose not to sit on the usual papal throne, but rather in a simple armchair, a beige armchair.

 Some of the other leaders had expressed optimism in the change of style of Francis. Are the other religious leaders now aware of the information that Francis is aware of? The higher information. And will they collectively be starting to change the tune of religious faiths around the world? Will this become a song sung by Francis and the faiths?

 AAM: It has begun. They are humming. They are finding that it is a catchy tune, that is attractive, that it has a beautiful melody and refrain that sings in their hearts. Francis has basically thrown away the throne. He is not over-lighted to proceed in such a manner.

 And what he is first and foremost doing is that he is reminding those others of all faiths that their role is to serve and that leadership is service, that they are shepherds of all ilks, all stripes, all colors. But their role is to collect and to show the way, in humility and patience, in forgiveness and compassion.

 So, what Francis has begun to do is to say we do not need to be in control. We cannot find the middle way, the pathway of peace and true brotherhood and sisterhood through trying to control people. And this has been a gift. Oh, and dear heart, he has only just begun. You have been asking for signs. Well, you are seeing them, are you not, on many fronts. But pay attention to this one. And might I give you a hint? Follow the money.

 GW: Hmm. Intriguing. Okay. Well, at this point, then, now you have said previously, or it has been said previously, that Francis is over-lighted with the soul of St. Francis, and that he will be stepping forward in his role and that he is aware of and in contact with our galactic family.

 That wasn’t clear previously; maybe you can clarify that. Has that knowledge and awareness been imparted to the leaders of the other faiths at this time? Are they aware of that and openly embracing that?

 AAM: It has not been fully disclosed. It has been fully implied. And so… [laugh] I’m sorry. I laugh because it is a beautiful time that we have waited for. Now, let me suggest to you — no, let me simply tell you flat out, my friend, because you are a newsman. There were several galactics present at this gathering. The presence of the galactics was fully implied. And in side conversations it was a full point of discussion.

 But the first focus of Francis is not to push the agenda of the galactics, but simply rather to let everybody know that they have been part of this enclave and part of the knowledge of the papacy for a long time. But his first agenda is bringing communion, community and peace amongst the different faiths and sects, amongst the human beings.

 So that is his primary agenda. But he is weaving many things into it. Is he aware of the galactics? He has been aware of them for a very long time. He has been aware of them most of his life, actually. And so it is not that it is not on his agenda; it is. It is just not the first thing on his agenda. (Continued in Part 2.)

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