A pleasant greeting to you, wonderful person, whoever and wherever you are, reading this blog post.
As time goes on, so does the mission, and so does the adaptability to the times. While certain methods and practices such as debating skeptics or trying to prove the case to the numb-minded may have been effective at a certain point, we are in a new age of the mission.
Thanks to this concise, detailed post by Joe, the age of debating skeptics can be considered over.
Furthermore, the age of trying to prove the mission and its authenticity to the closed minded has reached the point of diminishing returns. We no longer have any need to “prove” anything. For those of us that know the case is the truth, that has already established, and thus, pointless to ruminate in uncertainties due to neglect of the close-minded’s ability to do their own research.
Where does that put us moving forward?
True expansion and unification of those who walk in truth and proactively use the material for the benefit of their lives, others around them, and ultimately, the world at large, step by step. However, folks should not take that lightly or suddenly become too over-excited in this new approach. We must confront reality as it is — the fact that we are here in 2018 and not in 2800. There are systems, rules, necessities and the like, here and now, to adapt to and utilize in order to fulfill the mission.
No man is an island. The hands of the many must join as one, and together, we’ll cross the river.
Our goal is to normalize and carry on the true essence, the wisdom of the teaching, to use this in everyday life up to the highest levels of production to a simple, loving, casual conversation with the unknowing ones. We want to be able to create books, music, documentaries, advertise and promote the material with solid financial backing, travel in connection to the mission, connect, network, gather resources, form production teams and so much more. However, this realistically requires support.
Expansion requires a structured organizational ethic, taking notes from the core FIGU group and the Plejaren themselves. It is not ran as some sideline charity, but an efficient, working organization that has resources to continue its production and directives. As an offspring plant of the mission, the Theyfly platform too, must expand and grow as a respectable, unified, powerful collective that is capable of fulfilling its directives.
While support on Patreon is one way for you to show your support, there are several other key areas for people to take up the mantle and contribute. Another blog post will be dedicated to this in the future. However, this whole thing is a step towards promoting pro-activity versus being only receptors of information, wallowing oppressively about the prophecies and doing nothing to change them, ruminating, useless attacking amongst ourselves etc. — instead, my friends, I employ you to pick up yourselves and WORK towards the mission.
WORK towards changing the future and building a better world together. We don’t have time to sit back and do nothing but cry, be angry, resentful etc. The time to DO progressive work is NOW. Use this great negative around us to fuel us to become better, stronger, capable, progressive human beings.
Can you design? Advertise? Promote? Create? Are you an innovator, have experience, knowledge to share? Why not appear on the live show and connect with others, network and be inspired? How about reaching out to shows to get Michael on? What about connecting others in your own way to the mission.
Ask yourselves this question:
What am I doing to support the mission and proactively grow it?
It’s time, ladies and gentlemen, to move ahead and truly create a better tomorrow by the sweat, dedication, persistence, true optimism, balance and perseverance of our work.
Update 2: Shout out to the Patrons so far! This list will continuously be updated.
- Kevin Bakker
- Michael Todd Coakley
- Matt Lee
- Stefan Zutt
- Mario Grim
- Jodie Coffey
- Andrew Grimshaw
- Silvana De Angelis
- Mikael Metso
- Patrick Quinn
- Niko Sulonen
- Seweryn Lavecchia
- Ludwig Johanning
- Norman DeCindis
- David w. Hurlburt
- Matthew Reed
- Paul Stewart