Talk:2012-06-15-Conversations with Monjoronson 52

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Rob wrote Fri, Jun 22, 2012 at 4:18 PM:

This lesson addresses the topics:

3.1.1 Vectors, Influence 3.1.2 Dissemination 3.1.3 Presence 3.1.4 Language 3.1.5 Energy 3.1.6 Business, Culture 3.1.7 Ufology, Control 3.1.8 Transition, Confusion 3.1.9 Children, Indigo Children 3.1.10 Social Movements 3.1.11 Survival 3.1.12 Sovereignty, Global Economy 3.1.13 Catastrophism 3.1.14 Health 3.1.15 Time, Consciousness 3.1.16 Light 3.1.17 Art of Living, Attunement 3.1.18 Sustainability

For comparative studies, see:

Vectors | Influence | Dissemination | Presence | Language | Energy | Business | Culture | Ufology | Control | Transition | Confusion | Children | Indigo Children | Social Movements | Survival | Sovereignty | Global Economy | Catastrophism | Health/TeaM | Time/TeaM | Consciousness | Light | Art of Living | Attunement | Sustainability

Selected quotes:

1. Financial institutions have their own realm of sovereignty and because of that they need to reinvent themselves as sovereign, apart from political realities of each nation. - Monjoronson

2. What is the government doing in Syria now, where individuals are in uprising and are demanding more freedom and to elect those who control them? - Monjoronson

Question:

Why would a Magisterial Son wish to sponsor unaccountable banking institutions while siding with the mainstream media in the current geopolitical confrontation?

Gerdean wrote: Fri, Jun 22, 2012 at 4:53 PM

"Why would a Magisterial Son wish to ...?"

I am sure he doesn't. Monjoronson, however, as a construct of some ideals, might.

Rob wrote: Fri, Jun 22, 2012 at 6:11 PM

This is what is so fascinating about this time. Having met our Magisterial Son who identified himself by a different name than is known in the Teaching Mission, I am intrigued by the diverse ways he is represented around the world. The same could be said for any celestial being working as a teacher through terrestrial beings. This is why a comparative study is required to begin to appreciate the message(s) appearing beneath the surface of language.

General Discussion?

Rob wrote: Fri, Jun 22, 2012 at 6:18 PM

I have added this correspondence to the discussion page and invite any other comments that may suggest different perspectives.

Marty wrote: Sat, Jun 23, 2012 at 11:45 AM

In my reading of this transcript it seemed that the Magisterial Son was speaking of banking as an institution which, when it develops functionally, will provide mankind with a sustainable banking service based on service rather than profit.

As for the actions of the Government in Syria, Monjoronson was speaking of the self protective enforcement of governments which respond violently to threats against their ruling power, which might well be expected by established governments upon the arrival of the ETs in their landing craft.

Marty

Rob wrote: Sat, Jun 23, 2012 at 1:31 PM

Hello Marty-

I appreciate your thoughts!

"Money" is but a form of public trust that when exempted from law e.g. "political realities" becomes a covert tool for private gain.

As for Syria, I will say only that to reduce this 'social upheaval' to the perception of popular revolt is to support PNAC foreign policy.

The 'sustainability' that is sought in the proposed CCDT's could become viable once decisions are made to "end a dispensation of suspended justice executing the mandates of probationary mercy" and "Monjoronson' "decrees the fate of the evolutionary races". (1) Until such time, the path before us is "strewn with the petals of imperfect decisions" made by mortals whose civilization built upon the foundation of isolation gives way to one born of cosmic reunion. No doubt, the interregnum will be a time to try the souls of those who are pledged to give their lives as a bridge to planetary destiny.

Gratefully,

Rob--rdavis 18:36, 23 June 2012 (UTC)