A strange discomfort, a feeling that something is going to happen

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Humanity is approaching a very dangerous and very important time in its collective development. You are on the verge of emerging into a Greater Community of intelligent life. You will be encountering other races of beings who are coming to your world seeking to protect their interests and to discover what opportunities may lie ahead. They are not angels or angelic beings. They are not spiritual entities. They are beings who are coming to your world for resources, for alliances and to gain an advantage in an emerging world. They are not evil. They are not holy. In that, they are also much like you. They are simply driven by their needs, their associations, their beliefs and their collective goals.

There are many people today who feel a strange discomfort, a sense of vague urgency, a feeling that something is going to happen and that something must be done. Perhaps there is nothing within their daily sphere of experience that justifies these deeper feelings, that verifies the importance of these feelings, or that gives substance to their expression.

We can understand this because we have been through similar things ourselves in our own histories. We represent several races joined together in our small alliance to support the emergence of Knowledge and Wisdom in the universe, particularly with races that are on the threshold of emerging into the Greater Community. These emerging races are particularly vulnerable to foreign influence and manipulation. They are particularly vulnerable to misunderstanding their situation and understandably so, for how could they comprehend the meaning and the complexity of life within the Greater Community? That is why we wish to play our small part in preparing and in educating humanity.

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3 Responses to "A strange discomfort, a feeling that something is going to happen"

  1. Kenneth Heck Posted on June 6, 2012 at 1:00 pm

    If these beings are much like us, why don’t they have a religion much like ours that tells them what is permissible and what is not? Of course, they acknowledge a supreme being, but does this supreme being give them laws of conduct? No known human society has
    begun and maintained itself with a belief in atheism – so a mere belief in a supreme being or creator doesn’t tell us much.

  2. Margarito Bustamante Delgado Posted on June 7, 2012 at 5:20 pm

    Respetables señores. El boletín semanal, donde vierten ideas acerca del advenimiento de una raza de seres similares a la especie humana, me parecen bastante ABSURDAS. Nadie de los humanos que habitamos en este planeta ha podido transitar a otro y los astro-físicos que investigan esto, no lo han podido demostrar la existencia de vida en otros planetas. Los seres evolucionados con órganos y tejidos celulares, no podrán trasladarse de un planeta a otro y menos viajar de un sistema solar a otro, … quizá en estado de espora, pero no desarrollado como en sus boletines los mencionan. En esta tierra, tenemos una inmensa variedad de seres vivos y algún día la evolución los transformará. Los seres humanos que que por su evolución, lucharan por mejorar la especie, más bien se ocupan por fomentar el racismo, la esclavitud y la guerra, excluyendo los poderosos a las razas más débiles. El mundo no está diseñado para ello.

  3. Margarito Bustamante Delgado Posted on June 7, 2012 at 5:35 pm

    Mi comentario no tiene sentimiento religioso, yo acepto mi lugar en le tierra como parte del diseño que la entidad creadora absoluta lo dispone, y considero que los acontecimientos del mundo y del universo son disposiciones de la entidad absoluta que no podemos impedir ni modificar .