Global Goals and Ascension – Part 2

In order that we might have a future of human flourishing, the Sustainable Development Goals are the foundations of any future reality we create and any habitation that we live, whether we exist in higher dimensions, or with re-activated DNA (with new skills and senses) or be it humans living with a light body. This journey to Ascension includes the human race – all of it – and the life forms that we share the Earth our home with. The Sustainable Development Goals are a pathway to this human flourishing.


What many are calling Ascension is wide ranging, and betokens an entirely different future and re-discovery of the past of this planet and its formation, and the origins of human life. For many, this re-discovery will occasion belief-system-shock, and there will be a need for much healing of minds and hearts. The most fundamental belief is the most frightening to lose. Denial and anger are the most common reactions to the early stages of belief system shock. We all read about this in history when Europeans discovered the world was not flat. It was terrifying for them. Fortunately, advances in social science have provided many coping skills for this type of shock. What is needed now are advances in caring and compassion for all – for there is only one race, the human race. We all share the human condition and basic beliefs about life on our planet. Ascension will bring many changes in its wake.

For many who seek Ascension, there is this idea that humans will no longer need to consume fluids, and there will be no need for water closets nor evacuation of waste solids and fluids from the human body. Allegedly, living on prana will do away with such needs; such functions are expected to be superseded in light bodies. There is a general ignorance that humans will have hybrid bodies of both solids and light, until they reach the 7th Dimension, where all is in light form (vide Cosmic Sai Baba transmission). In this day and age, we need to look to our fellow humans who habitate Earth. One in three people live without sanitation. This is causing unnecessary disease and death. Although huge strides have been made with access to clean drinking water, lack of sanitation is undermining these advances. If we provide affordable equipment and education in hygiene practices, we can stop this senseless suffering and loss of life. This is the sixth of the Sustainable Development Goals, Clean Water and Sanitation.

Prior to the Fall of Atlantis, energy was distributed all over the earth using the underground magnetic grids. Tere were no transmission lines, no power poles, no coal mines, no power stations burning fossil fuels, no gas turbines, no windmills generating energy or electricity. Yet, energy was distributed all over the Earth. Consider these images from ancient Egypt illustrating electric lamps of an ancient kind:

 

 

 

A reconstruction of 2 ancient (potential) electric devices that generates light by pairing. The Egyptian light-bulb shaped was found on a 4000 year-old relief in the Temple of Hathor in Dendera. Mystery Park Interlaken, Switzerland

We have been told many times that digging holes in the Earth (mining, excavation of fossil fuels, iron ore, yellow-cake, coal mines, oil wells, fracking, deep sea mines, ocean gas wells) all harm the Earth. Extraction of non-renewable resources from the Earth is causing irreparable harm. We have been advised – on many occasions – from various channelling sources about this harm and the need to halt this. The Holocene extinction, otherwise referred to as the Sixth extinction or Anthropocene extinction, is a current event, and is one of the most significant extinction events in the history of the Earth. This is being caused, in no small part, by mining and spoilage of the Earth’s natural resources.

The human population needs to move away from digging holes in the Earth and extracting non-renewable resources for daily consumption. Renewable energy solutions are becoming cheaper, more reliable and more efficient every day. Our current reliance on fossil fuels is unsustainable and harmful to the planet, which is why we have to change the way we produce and consume energy. Implementing these new energy solutions as fast as possible is essential to counter climate change, one of the biggest threats to our own survival. There is a target: enhance international cooperation to facilitate access to clean energy research and technology, including renewable energy, energy efficiency and advanced and cleaner fossil-fuel technology, and promote investment in energy infrastructure and clean energy technology. This is the seventh of the Sustainable Development Goals, Affordable and Clean Energy.

Many sovereign nations highlight their economic growth and use their inflation measures and gross domestic product growth per annum as the measure of progress, productivity and prosperity. They do not speak of sovereign debt, loans and unemployment. These measures overlook the poverty line, slavery and human trafficking. In an age of light and humans acquiring light bodies over time, what steps to we take to ensure economic security for all, an end to human trafficking and slavery, and the propagation of dignity and self-respect for all?

In Ascension, what do we offer people who have disabilities? Does having a disability exclude anyone from the timeline of Ascension? Do blind people have an enhanced third eye? Do hearing impaired and deaf people have heightened skills of clairaudience and clairsentience? Does having a disability preclude anyone from the DNA-reactivation that comes with Ascension?

The whole of the human race is eligible and is included in the many gifts offered in “The Event” and Ascension. We need to give full consideration to all who have any form of disability, apparent and non-visible. We need to achieve full and productive employment and decent work for all women and men, including for young people and persons with disabilities, and equal pay for work of equal value. This is the eighth of the Sustainable Development Goals, Decent Work and Economic Growth.

The ancient Latin phrase laborare est orare (work is to pray) was invoked to give dignity to all those who work and earn their daily bread through brawn and sweat of the brow. In the Bhagavad Gita, we learn,

“All humanity is born for ultimately achieving perfection. This is the very purpose of humanity. Through being devoted to one’s duties each person will find this perfection. But take heed, Arjuna, the person who abhors his or her duty can never become fulfilled. Through performing work selflessly with no attachment to the outcome and doing it as an act of devotion to the Divine, you attain fulfilment and spiritual perfection.”

This is summarised as “Work is worship, Duty is God.” One achieves the Godhead (or liberation, release from the cycle of birth-death-and-birth-again) by performing one’s duty selflessly. In the Age of Ascension, we will continue to have workplaces, industries and manufacturing. We may be manufacturing using renewable resources, natural fibres and products, and materials of a kind that are not in existence today. Nonetheless, there will be work for men and women, even in the days of artificial intelligence taking up tasks of precision and automation. We will build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialisation and foster innovation.

A functioning and resilient infrastructure is the foundation of every successful community. To meet future challenges, our industries and infrastructure must be upgraded. For this, we need to promote innovative sustainable technologies and ensure equal and universal access to information and financial markets. This will bring prosperity, create jobs and make sure that we build stable and prosperous societies across the globe. This is the ninth of the Sustainable Development Goals, Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure.

 

The skyline of the future is here today. This will bring prosperity, create jobs and make sure that we build stable and prosperous societies across the globe.

Many of us seeking Ascension and the lifestyle changes it brings are fortunate to dwell in Western nations, what are called developed nations with a plenitude of resources derived from land, water, air and minerals. Too much of the world’s wealth is held by a very small group of people. This often leads to financial and social discrimination. In order for nations to flourish, equality and prosperity must be available to everyone – regardless of gender, race, religious beliefs or economic status. When every individual is self sufficient, the entire world prospers.

Human flourishing requires action in order to ensure that all reap the benefits that come from progress, productivity and prosperity. We must empower and promote the social, economic and political inclusion of all, irrespective of age, sex, disability, race, ethnicity, origin, religion or economic or other status.

Does Ascension exclude or otherwise overlook nation-states that do not have a cornucopia of natural resources, strong trade and equable distribution of income? Who says there will not be income and savings in the Golden Age of Ascension? There is a need to wake up from the illusion that living in light bodies in an age of light and living without any personal resources is the mainstay of Ascension. The progress will be slow, sure and steady. We will still have flesh-and-blood bodies, we will still need food and a roof over our heads and a place to lay our heads down.

Given that these human and domestic needs will continue to exist in the foreseeable future – there will not be a calamitous event wiping out 90% of the world’s population, leaving the remainder to access Ascension and light bodies. There will not be any global catastrophe (vide transmissions of Cosmic Sai Baba, Alcheringa, Jalarm). There will still be people living on islands in the world’s seas, there will still be nations with many of their citizens living below the poverty line. We need to reduce inequality within and among countries.

We need to attend to Nation-States where the need is greatest, in particular least developed countries, African countries, small island developing States and landlocked developing countries, in order to reduce inequalities, and to ensure a decent standard of living and income for all. There is only one race, the human race, there is only one language, the language of love. Love is the duty we must fulfil in order that inequality for citizens in many nation-states have the same opportunities that the rich in developed nations have. This is the tenth of the Sustainable Development Goals, Reduced Inequalities.

We commenced with “In order that we might have a future of human flourishing, the Sustainable Development Goals are the foundations of any future reality we create and any habitation that we live, whether we exist in higher dimensions, or with re-activated DNA (with new skills and senses) or be it humans living with a light body. This journey to Ascension includes the human race – all of it – and the life forms that we share the Earth our home with. The Sustainable Development Goals are a pathway to this human flourishing. .” Responsibility for creating this human flourishing is the response-ability of all who have the resources and the means to ensure that this may be shared will all. . In order to live up to our full potential as one race – the human race – we have a response-ability to create the right conditions for all to take up the life in Ascension offered to us by Mother Earth and The Creative Source of The All.

 

 

 

The Global Goals

 

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