Golden Web: Why There Is Nothing to Fear
Jesus is a friend of mine. Not in the Christian “he’s my brother” sense, but because I have spent lifetimes both denying and embracing him. It’s a complicated relationship, but one that has become deeply gratifying as I have finally come to understand him.
In 2013, he came with a message to spark the Golden Web and remind humanity that there truly is nothing to fear. What began as a workshop has evolved into a life philosophy, and one which brings me much peace and comfort in these quaking days of change.
THE GOLDEN WEB
As light workers, we make up the Golden Web. We have been put in place, after accumulating lifetimes of knowledge. Like cosmic flight attendants, we are well-trained for any emergency that may arise.
As living sparks of the Divine, we create a web with our intention, love and focus. The strands of light that extend from each of us can be explained by the string theory of quantum physics, or in the Sanskrit and Egyptian concepts of Aka, the invisible matter that holds the universe together.
When we act as living light, the Aka is activated and ignites this grid, thus becoming a living matrix.
We are the web that shall sustain the world should it begin to crumble. When the structures fall, we will lift them up.
THE MODERN MYSTIC CONNECTION TO ANCIENT TRUTHS
Awakening is happening on a global scale. The expansion of consciousnesses and the reclamation of forgotten lifetimes are ways we can begin to pursue and ignite our light.
Built within our very DNA are the ancient codes which can sustain and rebuild the planet, if necessary. The Egyptian mystery schools taught that once initiated — in any lifetime — the codes were embedded in the spine and available to us always.
In our search for meaning, our earnest quest to recover that knowledge which has been suppressed, we find ourselves in tricky spaces where truth shifts every moment. Like a river flowing, we can only stand within our truth and not cling to that which seemed certain yesterday.
WHY THIS MATTERS
The world is getting weird, lover. Fear permeates, depression is rampant, and people are unsure what to believe.
Rather than dread an apocalyptic fate, we are reminded that we are in place to support and hold the structure when the powers that be fall. They will fall…and in all probability, soon.
Fear is the name of the game. When we are fearful, we are powerless and easy to control. An agenda is in place which says that if we step out of line, we will be ostracized. If we rebel, we will be punished. If we challenge the norm, we will be ridiculed. These societal moral codes are so rampant, many of us fear to push back. We have succumbed to learned helplessness. All of this, of course, is well-orchestrated, complete bullshit.
What Jesus and his Golden Web reminds us is that when we use our light to transmute the fear, our greatest power can be found. When we are in fear, we cannot create, evolve or become. A simple shift can illuminate the truth and love this planet carries.
FROM SCARED TO SACRED:THE ILLUMINATI CANNOT WIN
The journey from fear and back into the Divine is an easy leap, but not well-supported by society. In the past, there have been few teachers paving the path. We are blessed in modern day with ever more valiant souls who are rising up and inviting the rest of us to follow.
We have seen time and again that the dark agenda cannot and will not win. But it doesn’t mean they won’t stop trying.
Rather than slather light and love on this very real likelihood, we offer instead an alternative reasoning why their efforts are in vain…because we are here. Because we choose to hold the light now and our Golden Web is strong.
We are the living grid of the awakened and we are here to rebirth the new Earth.
Synchronicity or Animal Guardians?
Not long ago, I came across a post from a friend of mine which told me about an experience she had while hiking a trail in Ireland. The post read as follows:
I was rushing through the last 2 hours of my hike on the Atlantic Way Trail, getting nervous about the dying twilight and empty trails. The last person I passed had been hours ago, and I still had no glimpse of Doolin. I was experiencing fatigue in my leg stabilization muscles and needed to watch my feet closely, when I looked up again I was startled to see this black dog silently watching me. I called out to her, and she timidly snuck into the high grass. 5 minutes later I turned around and she was following me a ways behind. Although I was a little unnerved, I again crouched down and called to her. She never let me touch her, but eventually, she was accompanying me into town a couple of paces behind me. Then, at the trails end and roads beginning, as suddenly as she appeared, she disappeared. It was strangely comforting to have this shadow sharing a length of the dark trail with me, and I’m thankful to her for the company.
This story reminded me of another that I had heard countless times. It was a story from my dad’s childhood in Greece. He and his friend were climbing a rocky mountain in order to avoid taking the long road from a village to the monastery where they were staying. After climbing for some time, they realized that they had reached a point where they couldn’t climb any further, but it was also too high and too steep to go back down. As the sun started to set, their fear took hold and they began wondering how long it would take people to find them once they realized they were missing. Suddenly a mountain goat appeared before them and began to walk along a path that they hadn’t seen before. They followed the goat just long enough to feel they were safe again before it disappeared just as suddenly as it had appeared before.
These stories aren’t unique. There are endless accounts of people in far more dire situations who were rescued by animals that appeared at just the right moment to ensure their safety.
In 1974, the Philippine navy published an official account of an unusual rescue. On June 2nd an inter-islander passenger ship had sunk off of the coast of an island in the southern Philippines. Two days into the search and rescue effort a woman was spotted clinging to what appeared to be an oil drum. As soon as they started hauling her up, they realized it was actually a giant sea turtle that had been propping her up. It was witnessed by Lt. Cesario F. Mana along with practically everyone else aboard the ship. Mana was quoted in the Montreal Gazette saying “The Sea Creature even circled the area twice before disappearing into the depths of the sea as if to reassure itself that its former rider was already in good hands.”
In September of 2000, 19-year-old Kevin Hines had made the decision to end his life by jumping off of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge. He immediately realized after launching himself past the guardrail that he had made a mistake and he didn’t really want to die. He managed to turn his body so that he was no longer falling head first, and miraculously survived the impact. However, he was in indescribable pain as he sank below the water since he had broken his back. He was struggling to keep his head above water when he felt a creature brush against his leg, he claims that the creature kept circling him and nudging him, keeping his head above water until he was rescued by the coast guard. He believes that the creature was a seal but one man on the bridge claimed that it was actually a sea lion that was circling Kevin and keeping him alive.
There’s no question that we have a special connection with animals, but are these stories just a case of being in the right place at the right time? In Kevin Hines case, he believed that the sea lion who came to his rescue was a guardian angel, and my dad claimed that the goat leading them to safety was divine intervention as well. In Kate’s case, she was just grateful to have companionship during a part of her journey where being alone could have been dangerous.
Is it possible that these people manifested their guardians in a time of need?