Global Goals and Ascension – Part 3

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.


The world’s population is constantly increasing.To accommodate everyone, we need to build modern, sustainable cities. For all of us to survive and prosper, we need new, intelligent urban planning that creates safe, affordable and resilient cities with green and culturally inspiring living conditions.

In these days of Ascension – to higher dimensions, reactivated DNA and reawakened psychic skills – some would look back to the imagined halcyon days of Atlantis and say, “There, that is what we need to return to” by way of cities and habitation. In an imagined Atlantis – with dolphins diving everywhere it is always idyllically calm and peaceful. There are no clogged drains and no fatbergs. There is no pollution and no poorly planned high-rise with vandalism, graffiti and silent urban despair. There are no hovels, no long-grassers, no people sleeping under cardboard boxes or in the tenement alleyways. Everything is a happy tranquillity of peaceful urban and peri-urban quietude. Atlantis was perfect, or so many imagine.

There were many places called Atlantis, in addition to the place Plato wrote of, which is believed to be underwater in the Meditteranean. Various ascended beings have spoken about the history of Earth and of those who came and assisted the hairy-up-standing-ape to make fire, build habitation and cities, to clothe themselves and how to forage successfully for food. Much civilisation that was in advance of what we have at present (free energy was available all over Earth to all cities via underground magnetic conduits much like ley-lines). Cities in those days had balanced designs, proper flow of energies between domiciles and a segregated place where those who were sustained by the energy of the Creative Source alone were able to take up energy very much in the way that humans consume food. These cities were sustainable, and designed by holographic, higher dimensional beings who showed the nascent hue-man (the man filled with the hue of light – that light from the Source) how to design, build and cluster their homes and cities.

In the light of the recent UN Biodiversity report of May 2019, we now need to be building sustainable cities that address critical needs while conserving nature, restoring biodiversity, maintaining and enhancing ecosystem services. This is the 11th (eleventh) of the Sustainable Development Goals, >Sustainable Cities and Communities.

 

Sustainable living
we now need to be building sustainable cities that address critical needs while conserving nature, restoring biodiversity, maintaining and enhancing ecosystem services.

This planet was purpose created to be a a garden of A-din, a garden of peace in this corner of the galaxy. Everything on this planet was brought here from somewhere else – the cetaceans in the waters, the plants and insects, the trees and flowers, the birds and animals. There were dragons, yes; there were leather-winged birds, there were Unicorns and Mermaids. All these species existed. There was intervention from other races who performed forbidden experimentation on species and created beings to do their will and dig for gold. They created the many dinosaurs and the planet was threatened with the rotting stench from dead dinosaur bodies. Something had to be done.

An asteroid was brought to terminate these stages of life and recreate the Earth anew. Uluru is described by scientists, as Uluru Arkose – making it unique. It is an inselberg, the largest single rock in the world, with only something like two thirds of it showing above the red sand. Uluru dominates the landscape. It is described as Arkose rock, which is rich in feldspar. It is coated with the rich mineral iron, red sand from the surrounding plains, although if you scrub this off the rock, or observe it inside protected caves, the rock is actually light grey in colour.

Uluru came to Earth 65 million years ago in the Tertiary period. There was little life then. When the fall of Atlantis occurred, the Earth nearly died. Mankind retreated to the caves and stayed there for many years, until the clouds and smoke broke apart and the Sun shone again. Slowly, mankind emerged from the caves, the population of Earth recovered, although many records were lost; we have little or no records of daily life beyond 12,000 years ago. Should the global population reach 9.6 billion by 2050, the equivalent of almost three planets could be required to provide the natural resources needed to sustain current lifestyles.

Less than 3 per cent of the world’s water is fresh (drinkable), of which 2.5 per cent is frozen in the Antarctica, Arctic and glaciers. Humanity must therefore rely on 0.5 per cent for all of man’s ecosystem’s and fresh water needs. Households consume 29 per cent of global energy and consequently contribute to 21 per cent of resultant CO2 emissions. The share of renewable energy in final energy consumption has reached 17.5% in 2015. While substantial environmental impacts from food occur in the production phase (agriculture, food processing), households influence these impacts through their dietary choices and habits. This consequently affects the environment through food-related energy consumption and waste generation. Each year, an estimated 1/3 of all food produced – equivalent to 1.3 billion tons worth around $1 trillion – ends up rotting in the bins of consumers and retailers, or spoiling due to poor transportation and harvesting practices.

Our planet has provided us with an abundance of natural resources. But we have not utilised them responsibly and currently consume far beyond what our planet can provide. We must learn how to use and produce in sustainable ways that will reverse the harm that we have inflicted on the planet. This is the 12th (twelfth) of the Sustainable Development Goals”: Responsible Consumption and Production.

 

Responsible consumption and production
Achieving economic growth and sustainable development requires that we urgently reduce our ecological footprint by changing the way we produce and consume goods and resources. Agriculture is the biggest user of water worldwide, and irrigation now claims close to 70 percent of all freshwater for human use.

The effect of greenhouse gases (GHG) trapped in our atmosphere is seen with direct affects of storms, floods, heat-waves, drought and wildfire (sometimes called bushfires). The indirect effects are found in water quality, air pollution, land use change and ecological change. This leads to change in social dynamics for age and gender, health status (old people do travel well through heat-waves), socio-economic status (the inability to earn keep when the workplace disappears), leading to change in social capital – the person to person connection and networks, and public health infrastructure cannot cope.

Climate change has a large scope of impact, much of which is unforeseen. Raised average and extreme temperatures, altered rainfall patterns sea level rise and extreme weather all contribute to biodiversity loss, ecosystem collapse, the multiplication of pests and new viruses. Deforestation and denudation of landscape leads to new viruses, heretofore unseen; we have seen SARS, MERS and the resurgence of Ebola. Bacterial diarrhoea can increase, leading to dehydration, undernutition, impact on mental health, and have effect on respiration.

Climate action is needed.

With regard to climate action, we reference a recent channelling by a higher being from the Andromeda Galaxy, M31. This being, existing 6000 years in our future, is speaking about the treatment of the Earth, and the future of the Earth. If we do not care for the Earth, then our future as this human race on this blue marble we call home, is not assured.

There is no need for anyone to suffer or want for anything. What is needed of course which has been said by many coming from other planets, there is a very very serious need for you to honour the Planet you live on and look after it.

Those that would think that there is a cycle being repeated like the Ice Age, in a way it is being played out but there is influence from man made influence that is not making it easy to traverse that change that is leading into to what has been prophesied as the Golden Age. This is an important, important, action that people must take upon your planet before you lose it. And that is possible. Star people could tell you many stories of where they have neglected looking after their planet. It is like a Mother that gives them a place to live and that exactly how your planet Earth is. It gives you a place to live. There is a great need to take care of it and not to take things from it because it has its own balance. Scientists will begin to understand that more and more, all they need to do is ask the Hierarchy from Andromeda to help them, to give them ideas and thoughts on how to make it right on how this Earth is losing its balance. I do not wish to talk in a way that will frighten you because life exists always regardless of what body you are or what pod of consciousness you live in. Please do give it some thought and share it with others to help make it right.

From the Sustainable Development Goals:

Climate change is a real and undeniable threat to our entire civilisation.The effects are already visible and will be catastrophic unless we act now. Through education, innovation and adherence to our climate commitments, we can make the necessary changes to protect the planet. These changes also provide huge opportunities to modernize our infrastructure which will create new jobs and promote greater prosperity across the globe

This is the 13th (thirteenth) of the Sustainable Development Goals”: Climate Action is needed.

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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