Wes Annac – 5 Tools to Help us Reclaim Our Rights – 11-20-14

Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness – http://tinyurl.com/macvuwt

I wrote the following for the ‘planetary healing’ section of the 123rd issue of The Culture of Awareness Weekly Newsletter.

This week, I’d like to outline 5 things we can do to peacefully reclaim our rights.

We’re living in a time when corruption’s allowed to thrive unchecked, but our situation isn’t all bad. People are standing up every day and reclaiming the rights we’re supposed to have, and I’d like to offer somewhat of a guide on how we can go about this.

I’m not saying I’m the best person to offer this guide, but we can all contribute to our conscious revolution by talking about the things that need done before we can regain our rights and live in a society that treats everyone equally.

We certainly aren’t treated equally yet, and the richest 1% are given more rights and freedoms than the rest of us. Depending on your social status and the amount of money or power you have, you’re either given free reign or you’re oppressed by a system that works for the few and not the many.

A lot needs done to transform our defunct society, but none of it can happen until we’ve come together, risen up and shown the people in power that we mean business. We won’t stand for any more violations of our rights, and the inequality that ravages our society will have to come to an end.

It’s time for peace, justice and every other necessity that’ll help us create a positive future, and hopefully, the suggestions offered here will help those of you who are wondering what can be done to reclaim this planet in the name of a workable society.

#1: Unity

It might go without saying that unity’s the most important thing for people who want to reclaim their rights. We can’t do anything significant if we remain divided, and I think every person of every race will need to come together for our efforts to be effective.

Instead of focusing on our differences, let’s focus on the things we have in common and unite with love and respect for our similarities. If we were united, we could all work together to show the people in power that we’re ready for the fair and just society we were supposed to have all along, and we’d take a huge evolutionary leap as one people.

If there are socially and spiritually advanced civilizations beyond our world (I think there are somewhere), it stands to reason that their various races have long united and run their planets in harmony. A civilization can’t prosper if its people are divided, and our society has displayed this tenfold.

Our society seems to be prospering at first glance, but if you look around with open eyes, you’ll see that there are a lot of things wrong with how we run it. It isn’t nearly as balanced as it seems, and things are happening everywhere that’d horrify the general public if we knew about them.

We have changes to make and authoritarian governments to collapse, but whatever we build in the wake of their destruction won’t last very long if we can’t come together. More authoritarian regimes would quickly take their place, and all we’d be able to do is protest again because we wouldn’t have come together and strengthened our movement.

If you think about it, we won’t be organized enough to bring any governments to their knees until we’ve come together, and the sooner we can unite, the sooner we can finally start to change things.

#2: Peaceful Protest

This is probably a given, but I list it here to point out that what we need is peaceful protest, not violent protest or rioting. The most famous example of this right now is Ferguson, MO, where peaceful protests and violent riots are both taking place.

I won’t say the rioters don’t have their reasons for doing what they’re doing, but divisive violence won’t solve any of our problems – it’ll only make them worse. We don’t want to burn down civilization or give the powers incentive to send in their military men against us.

We want to do what they despise the most – passively and peacefully (yet directly and powerfully) protest. If the people don’t shoot any guns, set fire to any buildings, or fight any police officers, the powers have no reason to stop our protests.

They have no reason to stop us from staging massive sit-ins and getting the mainstream media’s attention if we aren’t disturbing the peace or doing anything inherently violent. We’ll want to disturb the peace just enough to get the rest of the world’s attention, but our ultimate goals are peace, justice and equality – not anarchy.

Peaceful protest obviously won’t stop the powers from fighting back, but they’ll expose their own corruption and alignment against the people by fighting peace, which could cause them to lose the support of people who weren’t protesting.

Peaceful protests will alert and aggravate the existing power structures more than violent rioting, and we could use them to bring a lot of different issues to the public’s attention. The powers want us to cause havoc and destruction, so let’s refuse to give them what they want while subsequently dismantling their web of oppression with peaceful protest.

#3: Healthy, Balanced Rebellion

This goes hand-in-hand with peaceful protest, and we’ll want a little bit of fire under our bellies if our goal is to get the world’s attention. We’ll want a little bit of rebellion, but we won’t want it to get out of hand.

Complete passivity solves as little as violent rioting, and as ego-driven it might sound to some spiritual seekers, we’ll want to assert ourselves. The powers have thrived from our ignorance and complacency, and the last thing we want is for others to use our own passivity to control us.

Strength and direct assertion will be necessary, but again, our ultimate goal is peace and we won’t want to take it too far. Just like we don’t want protests to turn into riots, we don’t want rebellion to turn into anarchy. I think there’s a difference between the two, and one’s healthy for us while the other could hurt us in the long run.

Rebellion’s a great thing when it comes to rebelling against forces who’ve curtailed our rights and generally kept us down. The very energy of rebellion is an energy of resistance that we won’t want to incorporate into our spiritual quests, but its use is necessary to dethrone our self-serving governments and the corporations who secretly run them.

Rebellion’s healthy as long as we don’t take it too far, and if practiced in a balanced way, it can be used positively and progressively. Without rebellion, the powers would’ve long dominated us into submission, so let’s keep this in mind when the time comes to show our rebellious side.

#4: Social Media

It’s obvious that social media is one of the best tools to raise awareness, coordinate protests, etc.

Popular uprisings like Occupy Wall Street started out with social media, and this platform provides us the ability to directly communicate – in large groups in some cases – and coordinate events that we’ll use to display our people power.

We can plan protests; sit-ins; concerts that are designed to raise awareness and raise our vibration a little. I’m not trying to sound as much like a hippie as I’m probably starting to, but no matter what kind of event we plan, social media will help us with it.

If there’s something specific we all plan to do as a large, united group, we can coordinate it with social media. We can use social media to record live streams of various events we’ll plan in the name of taking back our rights, or we can use it to spread any videos, etc. we make for the same purpose.

No matter what we do, social media will help us with it. This is partly why the powers are scrambling to ‘regulate’ the internet – they want to stop the spread of social and spiritual awareness that various things like Facebook, Twitter, blogs, etc. have enabled us to spread.

They want to keep us from achieving our goal in dethroning them and building something new, but they won’t ultimately be successful. The will of the people will always trump the will of the elite, and in time, more people will become active and social media will play a huge role.

#5: Perseverance

Second to unity, this might be the most important recommendation. As we go about protesting or doing whatever else we do to gain national attention and begin reclaiming our rights, we’ll need perseverance. Those among us who participate the most will probably face the hand of corruption and oppression many times throughout their journeys.

The more we stand up and protest, the more the authorities will try to keep us down and stifle what we’re doing. Some people might be pepper sprayed; some might be hit with batons; some might even be jailed or shot. We’ll want to get through everything we experience and stay true to our goal of collective peace and the diminishment of corruption.

The powers will pull out all the stops to keep us from doing what we’re here to do, but we’ll have to answer to their attempted oppression with even stronger, more dedicated attempts to reclaim our rights. The best way we can persevere is to refuse to descend into anarchy or rioting, and I’m sure we’ll be baited into it plenty of times.

Like I said earlier, the elite wants us to riot so they can deploy the big guns, but we don’t have to give them what they want. The hardest part of persevering will probably be the refusal to go crazy and burn everything down. I know that sounds harsh, but if we’re hurt and baited enough by police, there’s no telling what could run through our minds.

As we go about our protests and keep the importance of persevering in mind, we’ll want to consistently remember not to descend into violence, no matter how badly the corruption hurts. We’ll want to stay as organized and united as possible, and we won’t want to let anything or anyone break the unitive bonds we’ll have started to forge.

The powers have used the tactic of ‘divide and conquer’ to rule over us for centuries, but with unity and perseverance, we’ll show them that we really can answer to their unjust reign without falling into division and fighting among each other.


With all of the crazy things that are happening right now (especially in Ferguson), we have a great opportunity to finally start speaking out against the people who continue to keep us down. Our freedom’s only as restricted as we let it be, and realizing that we’re already free is the first step to making our realization a reality.

Those of us who’ve become spiritually aware know that we’re free regardless of what any government or authority figure tells us or does to us, but the final step is to solidify these freedoms on the world stage, for everyone to enjoy.

Everyone will have to find freedom within before we can liberate ourselves from the oppression of our governments, and once we find inner freedom, the next step is to help it spread to everyone else who’s been too passive, complacent and generally unaware to understand what freedom actually is.

Freedom isn’t complacently listening to our governments as we indulge in a consumeristic society – freedom is recognizing that we’ve come to this planet with sacred, inalienable rights and protesting until a) our governments recognize and honor those rights, or b) our governments are rendered irrelevant because they’ve failed to honor them.

These are the first steps to freedom, so let’s take them as a united, collective unit that’s capable of using peace and organized protest to change the world.

This concludes this week’s planetary healing.

Steve Beckow – Universal Brothers and Sisters, Sovereign Citizens of the World, and Members of Team Earth – 8-7-14

African ChildrenI came across this article while searching for another and I’d like to repost it today.

Another task before us once we’ve gotten a sense of what it means to be human is to achieve the contextual breakthrough of becoming sovereign citizens of the world and members of Team Earth.

I’d like us to consider four propositions as we enter into our global conversation on how to approach this work.

Universal Brothers and Sisters

The first is that we’re all related as children of God. We’re all universal brothers and sisters. What does that really mean?

Our brotherhood and sisterhood does not relate to the color of our skin, our nationality, our religion or any other external features such as these.

It relates to the fact that we‘re all fragments of the Divine, or as the prophet put it, firebrands plucked from the burning. (1) Our soul or Self is Light of the One Light, which the religions have called the Christ, the Atman, the Buddha Nature. It’s a pearl of great price, a treasure buried in a field, and a mustard seed (God the Child) that grows into a great tree (God the Father).

It’s that Self, which is eventually fully known as the All-Self, that’s the essence of our brotherhood and sisterhood. It’s as the One Self that we’re all related.children It’s as that Light that we’re all children of the one God.

Sovereign Beings

The second proposition I’d like you to consider is that we’re all sovereign, plenipotentiary monarchs over our own domain.

When God the Mother birthed us and sent us on our journey from God to God, she made us monarch over the domain of our bodies and our field of awareness.
Apparently our domain extends to other worlds, other dimensions, and other bodies but that remains all hearsay to me. I know only this body and this field of awareness and I‘m monarch over it. I’m fully responsible for it and have sway over all it does, is and has. And the same applies to you.

So it’s as plenipotentiaries, by God’s command, that we sit down at the table commonly and treat with each other to build Nova Earth.

Citizens of the World

The third proposition is that we’re not only sovereign beings, we’re also sovereign citizens of Planet Earth. I don’t feel my citizenship any longer to just one country. I’m a citizen of the planet now, as are all of us.

And it’s as a citizen of the planet, with no more power than you but no less, that I sit down to treat with you in the building of Nova Earth.

When I invite us to see ourselves as citizens of the world, I invite us to get that context down to our bones, down to the cells in our bodies.

To be sure, we Nova Earthlings, Nova Terrans or Nova Gaians respect the laws of the lands we live in but we center our being in, and act from the state of, being citizens of the world.

Expanding our identity from being a Peruvian or a South African to being a terrestrial citizen is one step in the total evolution of our consciousnesses. It’s a desirable one, but by no means the end of the story.

earthday2010aWe’ll have to abandon it at some point. The purpose of life is not to realize ourselves as Earth dwellers, but to realize ourselves as God.

However, as a useful interim measure that will yield in time to our becoming a galactic being, and then on to wider domains of applicability on our return journey Home, being citizens of the world is a powerful and unstoppable idea whose time has come.

Members of Team Earth

As brothers and sisters, sovereign beings and citizens of the world, we are the team that will build Nova Earth.

As Team Earth, we’re charged with seeing to the wellbeing of the planet, her human population, and her animal kingdom.

We’re charged with restoring Gaia as far as lies within our power to do so, living upon her in an harmonious and self-sustaining way, and making a home for others that’s comfortable, equitable and fair.

A high priority is to build a sense of team that will attract all colors, religions, and paths to the work of terraforming and relieving the suffering that exists all over the globe.

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Moreover, we cannot escape our circumstances any more than the souls who said the Sun was at the center of the local system, the Earth was round or gravity kept the stars in place.

We must labor, eat, and sleep. But we labor, eat and sleep as world citizens, as citizens of Nova Earth. And we labor, eat and sleep sharing the gains as well as sharing in the pains. Family8192

Some of our brothers and even more of our sisters are being mistreated in many areas of the world. While we obey the legitimate laws of the land we live in, we don’t need to obey – and shouldn’t – the illegitimate laws, dictates and customs that make children’s lives miserable, women suffer in a hundred ways, and nations endure poverty, want, and slavery.

There’s one word that rings louder than an atom bomb and that word is “no.”  There’s one word that’s sweeter than an angel’s voice and that word is “yes.” But now we need to learn how to use, and when to speak, both of them to greatest effect.

All that lowers our awareness, dries up our love and confuses our wisdom now must hear our “no.” All that raises our awareness, moistens our love, and releases our wisdom now must hear our “yes.” The matter is no more complicated than that.

As your brother, a sovereign being, and a citizen of the world, by the power vested in me as a child of God, I declare that all my brothers and sisters on the planet are free, deserve the necessaries of life equally, and merit the acceptance of the world without exception.

We citizens of the world gather together in communication every day, make contact with each other and agree to create a world that works.

We citizens of the world, speaking with one voice to have the world work according to the divine qualities and right conduct, declare a new paradigm that raises all bars to eliminate inequality, want, and servitude.

We citizens of the world say there’s no going back to the way it was. Our global citizenship is not the crystal ceiling; it’s the golden floor. It’s not the project’s conclusion; it’s only the invitation. It’s not the destination of our journey; it’s just the first step on a road we cannot see or know but can only sense and feel.

All of us share humanness and dedication to restoring and revitalizing the Earth in preparation for our final ascension. The cabal is leaving. The galactics are coming. The big push is not far away. Our consciousnesses continue to expand to help us along the way. We’re positioning ourselves to carry out what we came to do.

To get that job done, we come together as Team Earth.




Ron van Dyk – Dialogue with Ambassador of White Dragon Society – The Dragon Family’s Vision for Humanity – Please Listen With Your Heart and Mind Open – Let Us Passionately Embrace This Vision Of Our Future – Let Us Joyously Accept Our New Responsibilities As World Citizens – 6-21-14

James Corbett – The Corbett Report – Transformation Of Society


Link to podcast / by James Corbett / corbettreport.com / June 12, 2013

You can learn a lot about what a society holds dear by the stories it tells itself. Take The Andy Griffith Show. Back in 1967 there was an episode called “The Tape Recorder” in which a suspected bank robber is caught in Mayberry and taken into custody. Opie and Arnold use their tape recorder to record a private conversation between the robber and his lawyer that proves that he robbed the bank, but when they try to tell Andy about what they heard, Andy tells them in no uncertain terms why he won’t listen to the tape and why it must be destroyed:

“You bugged a conversation between a lawyer and his client. Now that’s violating one of the most sacred rights of privacy,” he chides his son while proceeding to erase the tape. Opie, exasperated, starts to say “But if it helps the law…” and Andy replies: “Opie, the law can’t use this kind of help. Because whether a man is guilty or innocent, we have to find that out by due process of law.”

Fast forward the better part of half a century and contrast that noble ideal with these words that just spewed from President Obama in his remarks on the NSA warrantless spying scandal:

“I think it’s important to recognize that you can’t have 100 percent security and also then have 100 percent privacy and zero inconvenience,” the president noted in a recent address on the scandal. “Were going to have to make some choices as a society.”

The gulf between those common sense ideals of Andy Griffith and the sad reality of the modern-day US government and the new NSA spying scandal is mind-boggling. What happened in the last 50 years to so fundamentally transform the ideals of a society? Ideals that were once cherished as the defining characteristics of that society, ones that set it apart from its enemies?

Now don’t get me wrong. There’s no need to be naive about these ideals. The US government has been violating the constituion and trampling on the bill of rights since virtually the inception of the country. The history of the US, like the history of every other country, is littered with the corpses of nice-sounding ideals, from false flag frame-ups to lead the nation into war to the persecution and even execution of political dissidents. But the point is that 50 years ago, America wanted to believe it was a nation of ideals, and many people did believe that. So what changed?

It is said that one of the most effective ways to shatter someone’s sense of self is to inflict violent trauma on them. Governments around the world have been experimenting with techniques to do this for decades, and this is the root of the torture techniques that have been in operation by the US throughout the age of the so-called “war on terror.” But what about the population of the United States themselves. Have they been subjected to this violent trauma in the past half century?

The JFK assassination. MLK. RFK. Vietnam. Watergate. Iran-Contra. Enron and WorldCom. 9/11. The Iraq war. Lehman Brothers. It’s hard not to see that last 50 years of American society as one nightmarish train of abuses inflicted on the American psyche.

We are seeing the full effects of that abuse in society today. Not only has American society changed so drastically in the past several decades that its President can talk about breaking the most fundamental tenets of the Bill of Rights in a public address, but even the outrage at this remarkable turn of events has been systematically drummed out of the population.

Every once in a while, some new abuse will come along that is so flagrant, so unimaginable, so indefensible, that it causes some of that old sense of outrage to flare up amongst the population. Like the latest scandal regarding NSA spying, the public is still capable of recognizing the abuse when they see it, at least every once in a while.

But that sense of outrage disappears so quickly. All the media has to do is tell the public that there’s no reason to be angry, or that the government will take care of everything, or that the majority of the public are happy with the abuse, and soon the problem starts to be normalized, even forgotten.

So how do we snap people out of this state of affairs? How do we show them the ideals that they used to once (claim to) hold dear, and steer society back in that direction? Perhaps it’s only fitting that we take our cue from another fictional character, Howard Beale in the 1976 film, Network:

“We know things are bad — worse than bad. They’re crazy. It’s like everything everywhere is going crazy, so we don’t go out anymore…I want you to get mad! I don’t want you to protest. I don’t want you to riot — I don’t want you to write to your congressman, because I wouldn’t know what to tell you to write. I don’t know what to do about the depression and the inflation and the Russians and the crime in the street. All I know is that first you’ve got to get mad. You’ve got to say: ‘I’m a human being, god-dammit! My life has value!’ So, I want you to get up now. I want all of you to get up out of your chairs. I want you to get up right now and go to the window. Open it, and stick your head out, and yell: I’M AS MAD AS HELL, AND I’M NOT GOING TO TAKE THIS ANYMORE!”

This article first appeared in The International Forecaster

www.corbettreport.com / link to original  article

Message From SaLuSa – June-01-2013 – Galactic Federation of Light

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Peace is Vital at This Moment — SaLuSa 1 June 2013 — Multidimensional Ocean
Dear ones, we salute your brave courage during this period of intense awakening across your planet.

The dark forces are doing all it can to tighten its grip around you and break your spirit. However, the people have the courage of taking to the streets, of supporting each other and of taking their power back from corrupt politicians and corporate cruel interest.

We wish to salute the global movement of union and cooperation, setting into motion a world that would be based on mutual support, understanding and love. People are waking up to the fact that their trust was misplaced when it comes to politics, and realize the need to set in place a better, more humane system, which would not allow for corporations to stir public affairs and interests, and place their gains before human welfare and happiness.

Although your voices seem steadily unheard by the governments, behind closed doors they tremble, which prompt them to increase terror attacks and expands military and policing budgets, to acquire more and more powerful machines, to spy on your personal conversations on the net and on your phones.

It is important to make it clear that lies and manipulation do not work on you at this point, and that you can understand their game. It is also important to remain calm and non- violent, but firm and determined. Violence would only allow them to give rise to more policing and security measures.

It is important that you show support for those who speak up and stand up to corporate interests and cover up. We know that among their ranks, many of the people used by the cabal at a high level are waking up, speaking up, but they would also need your respect and support for doing so, perhaps even protection in most cases.

You are coming together as a collective consciousness of one, your vibrations are rising and encompassing more and more knowledge and hope. We have to insist once again on the importance of leading a spiritual journey at this time, as it is so easily forgotten about in the heat of the action.

Dear ones, more world changing events are on their way. Mother Earth is continuing to be strong no matter what the consequences are for her. By continuing to meditate and work in spiritual groups, you are also helping her to get through these tumultuous times.

It is vital for her at this stage, and for you to understand that interference in other countries affairs in the way of warfare, can only lead to more pain and destruction. It is important that the money spent on warfare is redirected for more appropriate use for your societies and for the changes the Earth is going through. Direct more time and money towards education, energy research and social expenditures, rather than pouring money into wars, and improve security on your own land.

Countries that are not taking part in any war have no need for increasing security budgets inside their own land or for military expenditures. Peace is vital now, on a personal level, as well as on the global scale.

We leave you with these words and with a prayer for peace, and for the wish that the cabal plans for hate and murder do not continue much longer.

We love you very much, thank you, I am SaLuSa from Sirius.

Channel: Multidimensional Ocean

Introduction to The Elders

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“With their experience, and their profound commitment to building a better world — let us call them global Elders.” – Nelson Mandela

In July 2007, Nelson Mandela brought together The Elders, independent leaders using their collective experience and influence for peace, justice and human rights worldwide. This video celebrates five years of their work to promote equality for women and girls, amplify the voices of young people, highlight humanitarian crises and support peace-building initiatives around the world.

Rainbow Warriors

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The story and legend from the Native Americans about the Tribe of people that will rise to save the Earth

Music: Enigma, Gravity of Love
Text: Freely adapted from Cree and Hopi prophecy, excerpts from Standing Bear Speaks
Graphics: digi_art Fantasy

Youth For Human Rights – We Are All Born Free & Equal

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Youth For Human Rights ad #01 – We Are All Born Free & Equal

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

The UDHR has been around for 60 years and yet Australia remains the only Western democracy with no formal protection for the 30 rights enshrined within it.

We can make a difference. Visit http://www.amnesty.org.au/yourhumanrights and call on the Australian government to implement a Human Rights Act for Australia.

We love human rights (and this video version of the UDHR)