Filmed on 14 November 2015; published on 16 November 2015
- VIDEO BY ALICE
- SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO
- Beginning of Topic: How Cactus Waits Out the Winter
- White Male Ruling Elite Energies of the 1950s and 1960s in America
- The Ballad of William Zantzinger and Hattie Carroll by Bob Dylan
- How the American Notion of Human Rights Has Changed with Time
- On Remaining in Christ Consciousness When Others Have Different Values
- Musical Sequel by Chris Zabriskie
A video about surviving through winter, noospheric clearing, ‘thou shalt not kill’, relative ethics regarding killing, ruling elite, killing instincts, rights of the disempowered. Judgment vs universal love, Christ consciousness. Transforming dense energies through love. Law enforcement. Optimizing timelines so as to keep our physical bodies safe. Mental chaos of humankind during solar events. “Thou shalt not kill.” “Love thy neighbor as thyself.”
The musical sequel is the beautiful “Prelude No. 13” from the album “Preludes” by Chris Zabriskie, CC BY 4.0. There is a lightly edited Summary after the video …
VIDEO BY ALICE
SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO
Well, so, here I am, in the land of the sacred juniper tree, which I love. I love the smell of it, and I love sitting amongst the juniper trees … just beautiful! And there are some other evergreens here as well. I wonder if this is a pinyon pine? [Shows pinyon pine in video.] Don’t laugh! I’m not sure. [laughs]
Beginning of Topic: How Cactus Waits Out the Winter
Hello, Dear Ones, It’s Alice. I Am of the Stars.
I am sitting here in a beautiful juniper forest … at a pretty high elevation, and the first snows have already come, and melted. And here I am looking at the cactus plants. I guess they are in a hibernating, winter state … kind of cool. Before they were very bright purple, and kind of full of water. And now they are sort of dried up, and dormant, and they are just waiting out the winter, I think. I will show you …
Image: “Colorado Country Scenes 1,” by Alice B. Clagett, 14 November 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0
Image: “Colorado Country Scenes 2,” by Alice B. Clagett, 14 November 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0
This is the cactus plant … a very small one … at my feet here. It Just looks kind of dried up a little, and like it is withdrawing its prana, its life force, and just getting ready for the long, hard winter. And it looks to me like it is ready to survive. It has its spines ready, to prevent it from being eaten by the deer and the elk, and whatever else is here …
Image: “Colorado Country Scenes 3,” by Alice B. Clagett, 14 November 2015, CC BY-SA 4.0
It has just been here for a long time, and it is determined to stay, and to flourish … which is a pretty cool attribute, I think. It is a good attribute for us right now, because the clearing of humankind is starting in earnest. Things are a little bit tough. And they are no tougher than what we can handle, that is for sure … just like this little cactus can handle the oncoming winter.
White Male Ruling Elite Energies of the 1950s and 1960s in America
I just thought I would talk, a minute, about some energies that are leaving Earth right now, and a little bit about how I experienced those energies in my childhood, amongst the people around my geographic area.
I think, in the 1950s and 1960s, in the United States, there was a certain energy … the kind of energy that has to do with power and status and the ruling class, and people that are perceived to be disempowered … like children, and women, and people of lower socioeconomic status. So basically, what that leaves is what has been much talked about, in the history books, as the white, ruling elite … the white male ruling elite.
I know you have heard of this. It applies cross-culturally, to many groups, because there will be a ruling elite that is well defined, in the subconscious minds of the people of every culture. This is just one example of many ruling elites, you see?
The rules that young white men learned in those days … in the 1950s and 1960s … was something to the effect that, yes, they had the instinct to fight and to kill and to rape, and like that … and, yes, that it was all right to do that, as long as they stuck to people who were disempowered. And the rationale behind that was, first, that they had this urge, and that sometimes they needed to express this urge to kill; and secondly, practically speaking, that society did not really care that much about the disempowered … the children, the women, and the people of lower socieoeconomic status, you see?
Society did not care enough … that was the way the story went … to prosecute the ruling elite for murder and rape and like that. And so, it was a very practical way of reconstruing the Old Testament commandment: Thou shalt not kill … You see?
What it was, was, pragmatically speaking: Thou shalt not kill another white, male person of the ruling elite.
The Ballad of William Zantzinger and Hattie Carroll by Bob Dylan
And aside from that, there were hushed stories, in my childhood, of men who did just what we are talking about … Did I ever get the story of William Zantzinger and Hattie Carroll mixed up, in the video. Afterwards, I did some research about it …
Link: “W. D. Zantzinger, Subject of Dylan Song, Dies at 69,” by Douglas Martin, 9 January 2009 … http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/10/us/10zantzinger.html?_r=0 ..
I will retell the story as well as I may below, according to what I learned in the link above …
A Maryland tobacco farmer, his wife, and some friends were on their way to Baltimore for a white-tie affair. Baltimore is fairly close to my very small home town, which is probably why I learned about the incident as a small child. Maybe they were at cards, and maybe they had had a little too much liquor. There was an African American woman cleaning tables at the restaurant. And for no reason, the farmer caned the woman to death.
That incident could be viewed in light of that reconstrued Ten Commandments rule I just talked about. And then Bob Dylan wrote a song about that …
Video: “Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll (Live 1965) – Elston Gunn,” by godriczimmerman, 25 April 2013 … https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8C16SpTNbKY ..
LInk: Lyrics to the song “The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll” written by Bob Dylan: see http://www.bobdylan.com/us/songs/lonesome-death-hattie-carroll#ixzz3rZNF3B2y ..
How the American Notion of Human Rights Has Changed with Time
So basically, as a child in the 1950s and 1960s, the thing that I learned is that the white male elite could do just about what they wanted. And that is a pretty scary thing for a chlld to learn, do you not think?
As I was getting older, when I reached adulthood, it started filtering in … probably through the Supreme Court … a notion that women and children and people who had less money, had rights, you know? … had rights, for instance, to equal pay for women, and for protection and childcare services for women … and that poor people had the right to representation in Court, and like that.
Although the system is not perfect, today, after all these years the system has changed some. And so, in the large cities, amongst educated people, you will find revised notions that, in fact, the disempowered do have rights, you see.
And this is much closer to the ideal of Christ consciousness than the thing that I was dealing with, in my very early childhood in the 1950s. It is much more in tune with universal love and Christ consciousness.
On Remaining in Christ Consciousness When Others Have Different Values
Having been in the country all summer long, the thing that I found out is, that there are, especially amongst the people my age and older, a number of men who, in their childhood education, learned … in the school of hard knocks, or through their parents … that, in fact, they did have these rights to kill the disempowered; and that still hold by them, you see?
My own attitude towards all that has always been one of recoiling, in shock and horror and dismay, and just objecting to that, you see? This energy stream is very difficult for me to deal with.
The Christ consciousness ideal is not to judge, not to blame, and not to act in a cause-and-effect way against people whose values are different from our own. You see? [sighs]
Just lately I was listening, on the clair plane, to an astral story about another attempted murder. This one was (putatively) in a Walmart parking lot at 2 a.m. I heard the story, on the astral plane, just a couple of days ago.
And as usual, I jumped on the Oh, please don’t! Charley horse thing that I do, But another woman chimed in, on the astral plane, and she was much more with it than I was. The way she spoke was just full of love and kindness and sweetness … in a way so accepting, so sweet, so kind towards this person, that, in fact, everything changed because of the way that she behaved.
And that taught me a very good lesson about the lifting and clearing of energies, and the transforming of energies: It is simply to understand that other people’s points of view are diametrically opposed to my own. And to accept that, in their world, the killing of the weak and the powerless is perfectly all right.
I know it is very difficult to do; but you see, there is a difference in stance, between that of transforming energy for New Earth, and that of law enforcement. Law enforcement deals with justice, and with cause-and-effect, and with preventing these sorts of actions that injure the public good. And so, we can safely leave the restraint of this kind of energy to law enforcement .. because that is what they do so well, so beautifully. As in ages past, that will be taken care of by law enforcement.
We who clairly hear of actions others may (or may not) be taking without benefit of Christ consciousness, can set that aside, and not be concerned, and not worry about when it will happen that the energy will stop … But instead, just accept and love and transform all humankind on Earth. I am working on that right now.
I do think it is important that we optimize our timelines whenever we feel physically threatened. You know? It is very important to stay ‘in form’ and to keep our bodies safe, despite the fact that all this mental chaos seems to be arising more and more frequently these days, when there are solar events such as coronal mass ejections, and so forth.
Link: “Cognitive and Emotional Challenges during Chaotic Nodes,” A Hathor Planetary Message through Tom Kenyon … http://tomkenyon.com/cognitive-and-emotional-challenges-during-chaotic-nodes ..
More and more people are awakening, and arising, and shaking off their dark tangles and their samskaras, and moving into the Light. We can help them do that, by doing as this lady taught me, on the astral plane … by total kindness and acceptance and sweetness.
That is my practice right now … I just thought I would tell you … and that, because I was taught that … because that other person did that … that all this great energy has come into Earth, in the last week, and all of that ‘Thou shalt not kill’ modification … ‘Thou shalt not kill if the person is as powerful as you are’ … seems to be resolving now, into a simple rule: Thou shalt not kill … Love thy neighbor as thyself … Those kinds of rules.
It is a wonderful day. It has been a hard thing for me to deal with, but God has sent people to Earth, who did deal with these energies.
God bless them. God bless you all till next we meet.
Musical Sequel by Chris Zabriskie
The musical sequel is the beautiful “Prelude No. 13” from the album “Preludes” by Chris Zabriskie, CC BY 4.0.
The photos in the Musical Sequel, along with others taken that day, are here … Link: “Colorado Country Scenes,” photos by Alice B. Clagett, filmed on 24 October 2015; published on 5 February 2019 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-bBY ..
In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
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