Crimson wrote:At the same time it is seemingly unsolvable. At least in this density (and on 4th, according to the "battles" that take place).
In 3rd density, the purpose of the veiling is to ensure a level of uncertainty as to what is going on. This has enabled a couple of Wanderers on Venus (according to Ra) who were positively-oriented to lose their way. They wanted to help with the harvest and discovered some methods to assist people with becoming harvestable. So they promoted these methods and got a lot of people to follow them. When the harvest came, these 2 were harvestable to 4D negative (apparently, they were surprised) and those who followed them weren't really any better off than they were before (i.e. not harvestable).
The process to becoming harvestable in 3D is an individual process and not a group one. It is the individual deciding how to approach the unsolvable problem. The "problem" is typically solved during 6th density (and not 4th or 5th density). I put "problem" in quotes because the designer of the system made this "problem" part of it. Therefore, it is not really a problem but part of the overall design.
Then, how one "fights" back if let's say a police state is repressing our friends, or a country invades another one and tries to crush its inhabitants? Obviously, giving up to the slavery that follows is polarizing the negative entities and unpolarizing the positive ones (that is why I presented the example of Greece and the recent -planned economic crash there and the citizens manifesting in huge street protests --by the way search youtube or a search engine for Lukanikos, the "revolucionary dog", it will make your day...
Does one need to fight back? As an individual, one can become harvestable in a free society as well as in a police state. This can happen even if you are a slave. If you fight too much, then you become what you are fighting against (when you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you -- no means justify the ends because they are the same). It reminds me of being at University and attending a film related to demonstrations and making your voice heard. While there was much rhetoric in the film about being the voice of thinking and rational people, there was also every evidence of engendering a mob-mentality in the people (like a political rally). In the end, I didn't see much difference between the politicians and the protesters. As a thought experiment, imagine what the protesters would be like if they could hire their own private army. I did view some footage on youtube related to the dog and to the protest. I didn't see anything to dissuade me. This was not Gandhi's approach.
The battles are not always between negative and positive. Most battles are between negative and negative. Note also that there is a "good" side and "bad" side to the negative. The media (TV, movies, etc) does a good job at pitting them against each other with the "good" side winning (usually). This is different from a positive vs. negative battle.
Crimson wrote:At the end I thank the Creator for these time-shifts like 2012, etc. Because can make unsolvable issues very solvable by signaling the end of a density that has not much else to offer anymore.
This does not signal the end of the unsolvable. Should you end up being harvestable to 4D+ or 4D-, then the "battle" is only beginning. It is possible that you won't be on the front lines (at least at first) but you will be aware of that battle. They are fought between planets and star systems. The Confederation of Planets exists because the member planets are positively-oriented (or at least sympathetic such a late 6th density SMC) and they wish to protect themselves from those who would encroach. So together, they mount an army to protect themselves.
This scenario is not possible in 3D due to the veiling. When the veiling is dropped (i.e. 3D is over), the current issues may fade away but they will be replaced. There are some posts on the site related to "Kheb". You may find them interesting.