daniel wrote: ↑
Thu Oct 03, 2013 4:21 pm
..... any person that is actually on a "mission" would never admit to being on a mission, as that would "blow their cover" and usually corrupt the original purpose. Those that do accept an offer to assist, do so like garbage men picking up the trash--they just do their job, and nobody notices who they are--and most don't even want to look at them. The only thing they see is that the can is empty, bring it back in and get on with their lives......
daniel, you are absolutely spot on with that observation.
Someone came into my life in December 2014.
It was a very intense relationship - she kept calling me and speaking for 2 or 3 hours on the phone almost daily.
She needed help with her mission.
It's glamorous, HUGE as in affecting the whole planet and other worlds.
She' s dedicated over a decade of her life on this full time but hit a massive road block.
Stuff happened and we parted company in May 2015.
Then she came back into my life in the summer of 2016.
Things had moved on - they got much worse.
I tried my best for her.
I moved mountains for her because I believed her mission would have saved this world.
OMG! I survived by the skin of my teeth.
It was a sting - a very sophisticated 3 pronged attack - and I was the mark.
When it was over, after all attacks failed, the guys behind it came to complain bitterly to me.
They had set the whole thing up to trap me.
The woman was not intending to harm me but these bad guys had complete control of her
They laid on a very tasty bait to lure me into befriending her back in Dec 2014.
I am protected by a very powerful magic spell.
If an attack on me fails, the other party gets totally screwed.
This is part of our conversation in my dream:
"You nearly failed your mission
But you escaped and you are now back out
You escaped failure
You are still in play
You had a hell of an escape"
"You were meant to fail.
We saw your timeline.
You should have failed. Damn you!
How could you escape?
We checked everything.
We saw every timeline but not that one.
We could not see that one.
It was blocked to us
Now we are screwed; totally screwed.
We saw you fail"
Those baddies cobbled together a Plan 'B' and tried to trap me with another of their dastardly schemes a few months later.
After that failed (and it wasn't just a fail because the outcome was that the bait ended up helping me with a task that I could never have done without that assistance), they got so desperate that they asked me for advice on what to do.
Since I am a nice guy, I gave them my best unbiased advice.
They took it and came back 2 nights later to thank me.
Life has moved on since I read Shakuntala Modi's Remarkable Healings in 2010.
The conversions have got much more difficult......
But going back to this mission thingy
The lady contacted me again earlier this week.
Her mission has got even more unattainable and she was told to seek my advice.
And I do know a lot about her mission
There's been loads of cabal guys giving her the run around, telling her that her mission will be completed successfully.
I knew what is going on and I told her the truth - she failed in early 2015 and nothing and nobody can ever put her back on track.
It's the way the game is played in this world - one bad move and wham! you slide down the snake instead of climbing the ladder.
She had been given full details of how the mission gets done
Which is why she will never succeed.
There's a lot of starseeds out there who think they know what their mission is and that's all they focus on.
Very few understand this world which is why the managers upstairs expected a heavy attrition rate
Less that 2% of the guys sent are expected to complete their original intended missions
This statistic is in 'Planet of Choice'
The late Peter Farley's website (now gone) had a banner running across the top of the webpage with a series of messages
One referred to this statistic and he said that guidance was given that it was found that the original estimate of 2% success was too high..... Aaargh!