Entering the 7th Dimension


March 24, 2017 by Steve Beckow

Sometimes I have the opportunity in my personal reading through Linda to ask questions I haven’t had a chance to on Hour with an Angel.

In this excerpt, I follow up on AAM’s mention of “final portals” and “collective bumps” related to Ascension.

Thanks to Dana for our transcript.

Steve Beckow: You used the phrases, “final portal” and “collective bump” in An Hour with an Angel. Ascension is both gradual and sudden, I think.

Certainly we have seen a lot of what looks like gradual, but probably from your perspective is probably sudden. The various energies that are being sent to the planet, are these descriptions of something that’s more sudden?

Archangel Michael: No, think of it in this way, that you have been … even a hallway has a doorway. There is a starting point and finishing point. So you have been in the Ascension hallway, flying back and forth through that doorway, for some time.

You have been doing this since, oh, even before 2012. But you have increasingly gone further and further down the doorway and the hallway. And as you do of course, the energies get stronger and stronger and stronger.

Your sense of what you have called the floor keeps rising and rising and rising. Your awareness, your sense of joy and bliss, of love and wonder, keeps increasing.

Now you keep going back but most of humanity is actually in the hallway right now. There are still some, and you have witnessed them, outside that initial doorway but they are hanging around and they are waiting. They are off the fence, so to speak.

When you get to the end of that hallway, then what occurs is there is that sudden bump. It’s as if you break through. So that is how it occurs.

Steve: So, “break-through” not to the vestibule, sort of the subplane of the Fifth Dimension but to a higher sub plane right? Where our residence in the Fifth Dimension becomes permanent?

AAM: … and far beyond the Fifth Dimension, my friend.

Steve: So until that time, we’re in the Third and Fourth, so to speak, and then…

AAM: Well, actually in the Fifth and Sixth as well.

Think of the doorway as leaving the old Third. Now you’ve left the old Third and in this hallway is the Fourth, the Fifth, the Sixth and the beginnings of the Seventh. When you go through that final portal you are firmly anchored in the Seventh which means that you have access at will, at delight, to any of the dimensions.

Steve: Access to the Seventh means you have access at will to any of the other dimensions…

AAM: You always have you just don’t know it.

Steve: At that point in the Seventh, we have the degree and quality of love that allows us to see that we can access the others, is that correct?

AAM: Yes. (1)

Footnotes

(1) Archangel Michael in a personal reading through Linda Dillon, March 10, 2017.

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The Divine Mother’s Mandate

Build what is divinely beautiful. I give you my divine authority to do so. I will guide you. I will help you. But I entrust this to you as well. …

We are helping you. That gateway is open and you are being flooded and you are being assisted and you will be assisted every step of the way.

Financial system reboot

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Long predicted the financial system as we know it, is in for major change. The result of the Greek vote, a resounding `No’ to the conditions imposed by the IMF, spells the end of the financial system as we know it. After all currency is only a symbol, a piece of paper that is not backed by gold is only a piece of paper. The real wealth is in the value of the people and their ability to trade. We don’t need the banks for that. Alternative systems are in place and will develop now, so stay calm and stand back and observe.

Some info from Community Exchange systems on banking and why we need to develop alternatives. This is a power point presentation.
https://www.communityexchange.net.au/info/links/ReinventingMoney.pdf

Q. What is the CES?

The CES is essentially an exchange system. It allows us to exchange our narrow specialisations for the narrow specialisations of others. The regular money system, of which we are so familiar, is another exchange system. Throughout history there have been many different exchange systems. All of them assist us to overcome the inconveniences of direct barter. While the monetary exchange system uses a value representation to mediate exchanges, the CES has no such medium. Instead it uses information as the organising principle. Value is transferred from sellers to buyers and a record is kept of it. These records ensure that buyers ‘pay’ for what they have received by doing or selling something for/to someone else. This works just as well as money but sets up a completely different relationship between people. In the monetary exchange system production is geared towards maximising the amount of the exchange medium that can be obtained, whereas in the CES production is geared towards the satisfaction of needs. This imparts a completely different logic in our relationships with each other.

This link is on the different systems of alternaive trading already in place. I was surprised how long this list is. I have written about Bitcoin and Ripple before, its another system of exchange. geared to business needs.

https://www.communityexchange.net.au/info/links.html

Q. How can I begin trading without any money in my account?

A. The CES does not require that you have anything in your account to begin trading. As ‘money’ in this system is just a book entry or ‘point scoring’, there is no need for a supply of it. You begin either by going into debit (not debt). This means your account has a negative balance but unlike with conventional money you do not have to pay interest on it and there is no stigma attached to it (unless it gets large and is never reduced). Your debit simply means that you owe the community goods and services to the value of the debit.

Although the CES is internet-based it also works for those who do not have computers. Each user gets an account number and a password, and this gives them access to their account on the CES web site. The site works like a true on-line banking service. Participants can view their current balances and obtain statements of account. They can also keep track of the trading position of others.

Goods and services are advertised on the web site through an ‘Offerings List’. Participants look through this list, or do a search, and if they find anything they want they contact the seller who then provides the goods or service. Payment is effected through a Trading Slip which serves both as a means of payment and a receipt for the goods or service. The information on the Trading Slip is entered by the seller into a transacation form on the web site. This credits the account of the seller and debits that of the buyer. Accounts record these debits and credits, giving a balance after each transaction.

Those without computers can interface with the system through ‘branches’ where everything is done manually and information is available on paper.

This link is to the Community Exchanges in Australia.
https://www.communityexchange.net.au/

This link explains why you should pay off your debts before the Financial System reset. Basically because the new system will put you into further debt.

Imagine, for a moment, that Greece had never adopted the euro, that it had merely fixed the value of the drachma in terms of euros. What would basic economic analysis say it should do now? The answer, overwhelmingly, would be that it should devalue — let the drachma’s value drop, both to encourage exports and to break out of the cycle of deflation.

Of course, Greece no longer has its own currency, and many analysts used to claim that adopting the euro was an irreversible move — after all, any hint of euro exit would set off devastating bank runs and a financial crisis. But at this point that financial crisis has already happened, so that the biggest costs of euro exit have been paid. Why, then, not go for the benefits?

Would Greek exit from the euro work as well as Iceland’s highly successful devaluation in 2008-09, or Argentina’s abandonment of its one-peso-one-dollar policy in 2001-02? Maybe not — but consider the alternatives. Unless Greece receives really major debt relief, and possibly even then, leaving the euro offers the only plausible escape route from its endless economic nightmare.

And let’s be clear: if Greece ends up leaving the euro, it won’t mean that the Greeks are bad Europeans. Greece’s debt problem reflected irresponsible lending as well as irresponsible borrowing, and in any case the Greeks have paid for their government’s sins many times over. If they can’t make a go of Europe’s common currency, it’s because that common currency offers no respite for countries in trouble. The important thing now is to do whatever it takes to end the bleeding.

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/07/06/opinion/paul-krugman-ending-greeces-bleeding.html?smid=fb-share

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Liberation Larder

 

Byron Bay has always been a focus of the counter culture and still is, in spite of its latest yuppie image. During a very brief visit, I found the inspiration of the Liberation Larder, a community focus of growing food on the road verges  to share with those less fortunate in the community. The vegies grow right alongside the trucks and cars in the centre of town and are used to provide soup kitchen style food to the community. What an innovative idea!

Started in May 2009 and  launched at the Byron Bay Community Centre, the Larder provides hot lunches, bags of fresh produce and emergency frozen meals to those in need in Byron Bay, Australia. The Larder Kitchen is open on Mondays and Thursdays at 12.30pm.

As a result of its success in Byron Bay, Liberation Larder was recently given a grant from the Northern Rivers Community Foundation to expand the service into Brunswick Heads.
“We had been talking to people at Brunswick and they explained to us that there was a need,” Ms Hamilton said.
Every Friday from 9.30am until 12.30pm, beginning January 30, Liberation Larder will operate from the Brunswick Heads Community Centre on a two-month trial.

Volunteer Carol Gray, who has been with Liberation Larder since it began, urged others to sign-up once it expanded across the shire.
“Whether it’s about a loaf of bread or asking ‘how are you going?’ It’s about nurturing community and connecting,” she said.

 

For more information:

http://www.liberationlarder.org

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Community Exchange Systems 2 Bitcoin

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At last count, a website that tracks the market, coinmarketcap.com, listed 36 so-called crypto-currencies, with names like bitbar, freicoin and cryptogenic bullion, and new ones are being added each month. Collectively, these digital moneys had a recent market value of about $US3.3 billion, of which $3.1 billion was from the dominant currency, bitcoin.

This is the online currency that people are buying as a hedge against financial collapse. Unlike the Community Exchange Systems where you can’t buy currency, you need to trade to gain points, Bitcoin allows you to buy currency. This has resulted in some spectacular crashes where people have lost a lot of money. Ripple, another offshoot, improved on the flaws in bitcoin. For instance, users of Ripple put money into the system through so-called gateways, which should allow regulators to monitor transactions more easily. Ripple also does away with the process of “mining” bitcoins, which has eaten up enormous computing power. It is considered the best of a new range of alternative currencies.

To buy bitcoin:
http://www.anyoption.com/bitcoin-options?combid=15130&pageR=bitcoin-options&s=2&dp=GS_AO_English_1%5EBitcoin%5E24042738914&gclid=CLDI85Lo4roCFchYpQodTzYAQg

To learn more about bitcoin:
http://www.afr.com/p/technology/bitcoin_rivals_churn_out_new_digital_ahwu1amvnm1zzCjtBlqCPP

Community Exchange Systems

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This is an `off the grid’ idea which started in Canada as LETS and spread around the world. Its a way of building community and a way of eliminating the negative impact of the banks and current money system. People trade as in barter, but they can then trade with third and fourth parties by recording their trades with a local barter system. Some people just trade among themselves. Others trade locally and then with other groups, even worldwide. You can travel and use CES for accomodation and food etc.

When I first came to Tamborine I got together with Graham Brown and Ann Dolan and we held a public meeting and formed Tamborine Mountain LETS. Graham and I had been in other LETS systems and had some experience of how a LETS system works. We joined Queensland LETS system and Graham began setting up the computer system to record trades. A lot of people have worked on this and it remains a tribute to them especially Graham Brown who died in 2010. We applied for a grant from the Gaming Commission to buy a computer. At one stage we even had a shop in the Main Street which is where the above photos were taken. Cathy Ehrenburg was a mainstay of the group, for many years. To learn more about Community Exchange Systems as they are now called, or to join your local group:

http://www.communityexchange.net.au

As you can see from our local group, LETS systems are changing and growing in response to the needs of members.

Decentralising for resilience
Tim Jenkin, the legendary creator of http://www.ces.org.za, decided it was time to decentralise the CES trading system. Over 400 groups around the world use the CES, but there is only one server and one team. In order to make the system more resilient Tim decided it was time to set up a new server. Australia seemed like a good place to start because we have so many groups using the CES.

So we now have an Australian server and recently, there have been more changes and a new server. In our Tamborine Community we now have an alternative trading system called Tamborine Locally Made and Barter Group. You can trade in cash or use CES.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/360755187334382/

This has spawned a new group for sales in our local area – Online garage sale.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/215168788656978/

So alternative trading is definitely changing and dynamic and growing in new directions. This has everything to do with the new energies and the earth changes.


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