My note before you read: Please read this whole article, the link provided below. This sound controversial at first. Rev Trevor Knott
The Truth, We must forgive this “N.W.O.” and Move On
Moving On. Forgiving, taking the lesson, and making a positive step forward. There is no use beating a dead horse. Tyrants have been tyrants, and we are at the crux of a new era. Let us cry our hearts out, and walk with the knowing of what it has felt like to be so separate. That’s all this has been, the largest experiment in separation we’ve ever felt.
This is always about unconditional love. We must forget about previous transgressions. They do not serve us. What serves us is constantly striving towards the positive progression of our species; our consciousness. Lessons come and lessons are learnt. We grow and we expand, beyond what previously limited us. That is exactly what is happening now. We are expanding and growing. We’ll continue to do just that in 2012. We must allow the space for tolerance now. We are at the core of a crisis which could get out of control. Let’s stop. Let’s take control (of ourselves, all of us! That is what we truly need to do.)
I believe (and feel) negotiations coming into play. Strong negotiations reflecting a total move towards global interest. Why stop a move towards global unity & global understanding? Plainly put, we shouldn’t. We needn’t be so fearful of losing “state’s rights” at the expense of international policy. We should always value the power of the collective. We have to. The planet will be content when it’s inhabitants are at peace with one another. What choice do we have other than global agreements for peace. Be they between people, nations, and everything in-between – we must come together.
I mean, have we stopped to think; Yes, a N.W.O. “plan” is coming into play, but- Why should such a plan diminish the world? Quite frankly isn’t it something which could pave the way for an amazing world? If we had a system which propelled us instead of constrained us, wouldn’t our lives all be enhanced by that? It only seems rational to suggest some sort of cohesive, unifying, solidly placed documentation must come into play. Shouldn’t it?