In these Accountability and Reconciliation phases of Ascension, some people may for the first time be hearing about a group that has so far managed to operate largely in the shadows. Or people have ignored what they consider to be “conspiracy theories.”
By now, the reality of this group and their agenda is becoming better known. Let me offer an introduction to them here from the messages of Matthew Ward.
They call themselves the “Illuminati” or often the New World Order. They are called the “deep state” by whistleblowers and their investigators.
They’re very far from being illumined and many of their ranks scoff at God and worship Satan. But the name stuck.
The group thought of themselves as “planetary controllers” and “masters of the universe.” They planned to rid the world of 6.5 billion “useless eaters” in a World War III which they’d survive in underground bunkers (now destroyed). The remainder of humanity that survived would serve them as their slaves.
If they weren’t present, the Reval and NESARA might not be needed. These phases of Ascension are in large measure concerned with the planet’s emergence from their control.
These two passages from Matthew, taken together, are as complete and insightful an introduction as any I’ve ever read:
(Concluded from Part 1, yesterday. http://goldenageofgaia.com/2017/12/06/telling-the-cabal-to-stop-part-1-2/ )
The First Way We Can Contribute
The first way we can contribute is to remain calm ourselves. Those carrying out the interdiction of the cabal want the general population to remain calm. Contributing to that, modelling it is how we can best help them.
Our channeled messages have been talking about self-mastery for years, reassuring us that we’re immortal (we survive death and so needn’t fear it), that all this will pass, and that we’re attended and assisted by spirit guides and masters. They’ve explained to us what would be happening – and now it is.
This is the time for people to show the degree of self-mastery that the messages have been discussing with us.
(Who am I to say that? I ask myself. No, it needs to be said.)
Our calmness amid the storm would be a solid contribution to the overall white-hat effort.
The Second Way
Amid widening violence and ongoing protests, members of the Honduras National Police force—including those within the U.S.-trained units known as the Cobras—say they are refusing to obey orders from the right-wing government of the incumbent president, Juan Orlando Hernández, who has used the security forces to crackdown on demonstrators and imposed a curfew amid allegations of voter fraud in recent elections.
“We are tired. And our job is to give peace and security to the Honduran people, not repress them. We want all Hondurans to be safe.” —Member of Cobra police unit
“We want peace, and we will not follow government orders – we’re tired of this,” a spokesperson for the police told reporters outside the national police headquarters on Monday. “We aren’t with a political ideology. We can’t keep confronting people, and we don’t want to repress and violate the rights of the Honduran people.”
On Monday night, demonstrations in the streets continued as opponents of Hernández poured into the streets with pots and pans—now with the tacit support of the police forces who had earlier been sent disperse them—as they called for transparency in the counting of votes and the ouster of the ruling party. As Reuters reports, “Some police officers abandoned their posts and joined carnival-like demonstrations that erupted across the city hours after night fell and the curfew was supposed to have begun.”
While reporting indicated that police officers were also striking in order to receive better wages and treatment from their superiors, a member of the elite Cobras unit—many of whom have been trained by U.S. military operators at the infamous School of the Americas or its descendants—said there was more to their refusal than working conditions for themselves. “This is not a strike, this not about salaries or money,” the officer told the Guardian. “It’s that we have family. We are tired. And our job is to give peace and security to the Honduran people, not repress them. We want all Hondurans to be safe.”
And as TeleSur reports: