Published on 15 September 2016
- ON KEEPING OUR CHILDREN SAFE FROM SEXUAL PREDATORS IN PUBLIC RESTROOMS
- ON PLACING CONFIDENCE IN THE LGBT COMMUNITY
- CHAOTIC NODES AND VIOLENT BEHAVIORS
A month or so back, I saw something in a movie theatre that worried me. I had just watched a general audience movie that was playing mid-afternoon. The movie was fun.
At first I thought the theatre was nearly empty. Then I noticed the theatre was full … I was just one of the few people in the audience whose heads were higher than the back of their chairs. So, it was a very enthusiastic young crowd in attendance.
ON KEEPING OUR CHILDREN SAFE FROM SEXUAL PREDATORS IN PUBLIC RESTROOMS
On my way out of the movie, I paused near the popcorn vending station. I noticed a young mother, who looked a little distracted. She had a young son, maybe 8 years old, and a daughter, maybe 5 years old, with her. She was about to shepherd her daughter into the women’s restroom, and pointed her son to the men’s room on the other side of the popcorn counter.
As the mom disappeared into the women’s room, I noticed the look on her son’s face: He had turned white, and he stopped in his tracks, indecisive about going in the men’s room. Seemed to me, paralyzed with fear.
Then I noticed the young man at the popcorn counter … late 20s, early 30s. He had noticed the fearful boy. Through my clair abilities I sensed in this popcorn vendor a rising up of the feral drive to aggression, and a decision to follow the child into the restroom. I have to say, I went ahead and stood there, with a look of disapproval on my face; he looked up, saw my look, and curbed himself from acting.
This was an unhappy tableau, and I hope one that is not often repeated. I’m hoping that PTAs across the nation will get the word out about keeping children close and well protected in public restrooms, at least for the time being.
Specifically, I feel a parent accompany his or her child into public restrooms until the child reaches the age and stature where they can reasonably defend themselves against sexual predation.
ON PLACING CONFIDENCE IN THE LGBT COMMUNITY
I further feel that outreach to the LGBT communities may be of help in this. People who engage in sexual predation are a minor element in our LGBT communities. These are troublesome to everyone concerned. I feel certain that outreach and working together, with the LGBT community as with all groups, will be the process that takes place, over and over again, during the Awakening.
I do feel we can confidently anticipate a clearing of the lines of communication amongst all humankind, and a lightening and brightening of group-to-group relations worldwide, in the coming months and year.
CHAOTIC NODES AND VIOLENT BEHAVIORS
One of the features of ‘chaotic nodes’, such as the one we entered in the beginning of September 2016, is astrogeophysical events such as solar storms, CMEs and CIRs. Another is unusual acts of violence, either to oneself or to others. These are caused by disturbances in our human electromagnetic fields, which are caused by disturbances in Earth’s geomagnetic field, which are caused by the solar events.
We are Earth’s children, and we are changeable, just like our great Mother Earth. Let us take good care of our children, just as our dear Gaia takes care of us.
In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
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