Revelation Antarctica: Motivations (88)


As Gordon and I explained in a previous post, we will be sharing here on the blog 99 items from the book Revelation Antarctica. This is a book meant to stir your imagination and provoke your intuition with plenty of rich images. This book exposes you to content that has been hidden in plain sight and ridicularised by many. As we embark in a new era, I believe we need to make room to get at least acquainted with certain topics such as mediumship and reincarnation. Today I’m sharing item 88.


– 88 –
Motivations

“…And that, basically, is the background to everything we are currently experiencing and on which we will build to see our way forward. Both for ourselves and for those around us. Thank you.”

The applause from the twenty-seven people attending the “Untying the Knots and Joining the Dots” seminar in the Library at Castle McBlannen clearly demonstrate their appreciation of Jason Carmer’s introduction to the three-day event.

            “Thank you, thank you. To get the ball rolling, I’m going to ask a few of you to tell us all what made you want to come to this seminar. Now I believe there are two people here I’ve met before at one of our events in London…. Hi there!”

He waves at Rob and Cass sitting in the second row and smiles at Lisa sitting between them. “And I see you’ve brought a VIP with you!” Lisa smiles back at him with a confidence well beyond her six years. “When was it, four months ago? You were the two soul mates at the meeting in the Barbican.”

            “Absolutely,” says Rob.

            “So, can you share with everyone your reasons for coming here today?”

            “Well, with so many things happening, the Masterships, the meltdown in Antarctica – and in particular the whole frozen soul thing, we wanted to discover where this is all leading…”

            “Just a moment.” Jason closes his eyes. The Library suddenly becomes totally silent for several long seconds…

            “Yes!” suddenly exclaims Jason, opening his eyes. “You had a child four weeks ago Cass… A very special child, I believe, am I right?”

            “Yes, we did indeed…”

            “Her name is Angela,” pipes up Lisa. “And she was all blue and cold like ice when she was born…”

            “I was just about to tell you that,” laughs Jason. “Thanks, Lisa.”

A murmur runs through the room. One of the mothers they’d heard so much about! Amazing! Everyone wants to hear more…

            “Just a minute, please!” Jason raises his hand to quell the rising tide of whispered questions and expressions of surprise. “We will be dealing with this topic a little later. Right now I want to keep the focus on motivations. Anyway, I think we can guess why you were particularly interested in this event.”

            “Yes…,” says Cass, a little intimidated by all the attention she is getting.

            “OK,” says Jason, “Now let’s hear from someone else. “How about you, sir. Could you give us your name and tell us why you’re here today?”

            “Certainly. My name is Phil Nolan and I’m a journalist. I wanted to come here for this because I covered the Meltdown in Antarctica for the Daily Telegraph…”

This news sets off an even louder wave of exclamations and sounds of scraping chairs as everyone tries to get a clear view of this important eyewitness!

Once again, Jason has to quieten everyone down and promise this aspect of recent events will also be covered later on.

The next person Jason picks to express her reasons for attending the seminar is Danielle Warum, a student at Sussex University. She explains how she recently presented her thesis on the Lunar Matrix to fellow students, university professors and members of the public.

            “We also had one person in the audience who became quite offensive, almost violent when he heard what I had to say. In the end, they had to call the security people to remove him from the auditorium.”

            “I know the feeling! Thank you. It will be very interesting to hear how you delivered your message to an audience rather less open-minded to this kind of subject than some others…”

The next person Jason selects is William Harkwood, a young man sitting at the back of the room who appears to be rather reserved and self-conscious. An impression made even stronger by the thick dark glasses he is wearing, hardly necessary on a cloudy day like this and in the Library’s subdued lighting.

“I’m rather new to all this kind of thing,” he confesses. “In fact, I only found out about it a month or so ago. And there’s another issue no one has mentioned yet.”

            “Yes?” Jason asked. “Can you tell us about it?”

            “It’s the…’ William appears to be in two minds about revealing the issue gnawing away at him ever since his traumatic “initiation” experience.

            “Don’t worry,” says Jason in a low, soothing voice. “It is important for you to be here. For you and for us. The Illuminati are a very important part of the equation.”

The silence is absolute. You could hear a sporran pin drop!

William says nothing, his reaction very difficult to gauge with his eyes completely hidden.

            “Well, thank you William,” says Jason in an upbeat voice. “We’ll no doubt be coming back onto this subject later on as well. Now, we’ve just one more person to ask about motivation… let me see… Ah, here we are… Good morning, sir. You are here with your wife?”

David looks round at the people behind him. The host, or whoever he is, can’t be talking to him! Can he?

            “Yes sir, I am talking to you,” says Jason, with a smile. “To you and your good wife…”

            “Oh, er, well…” Dave is at a complete loss.

            “Don’t worry about him. He’ll be all right,” says Mavis, putting a reassuring hand on Dave’s arm. “We’re here because a man knocked on our door asking people about this Moon turning thing. And when we told him about it making us ‘funny’, he gave us an invite to come here.”

            “The Moon was making you ‘funny’?”

            “Well, Dave, yeah. When it’s on the turn. Dave loves football, you see. Big ‘Sky Blues’ fan he is… Never misses a match. Only on that last Saturday, when Sky Blues was playing at home, he didn’t want to go and see them.”

            “And that was because of the Moon?”

            “Never seen him miss a match before, unless he was poorly… He already felt funny the first time it turned round and then, the second time it was the dark side, he said he wasn’t wasting his time on a stupid match… Not like him at all.”

            “Dave, was it the ‘Far Side’ of the moon that stopped you going to the match?”

            “Not directly, no. Just didn’t feel like it. All them blokes on the terraces screamin’ their guts out. I just didn’t want to be one of the crowd, you know what I mean?”

            “I know exactly what you mean, Dave. Many thanks for sharing your experience with us.”

 Jason returns to the rostrum and addresses everyone.

            “Well, I think you’ll agree we’ve got off to a very good start. Lots of things to explore. Now I’d like you to get into groups of four or five and share your motivations with each other. We’ll then all come together again and look for common ground… So let’s go!”


Self-reflection Exercise

Although I don’t know exactly yet how the moon influences human behaviour, I can surely tell you that I’ve noticed some cyclical patterns. The collective energy seems more frenetic and agitated during a Full Moon for instances and there are plenty of books on how the moon influences financial markets. There are also plenty of programs on the internet that are meant to help you co-create and manifest using the moon cycles. According to the astrological community, new moons are great to set intention and create new goals, while full moons are for expansion and harvest. Once again, even these practises seem to imply that the moon has some sort of effect on our mind and behaviour.

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