The Rapture— End of the World?

Many people are concerned about the Christian concept of the Rapture, and wonder if mankind is facing the end of the world. I would like to clarify the misunderstandings based on the teachings we received about this time period during our prayer circle.

Rapture is another name for Armageddon. Armageddon means means, "the silly things that people do."

The Seven Deadly Sins: Pride, Envy, Greed, Lust, Anger, Sloth and Gluttony.

The silly things are the compensatory games people play to get their life on a higher level. There are seven games, and they are known as the Seven Deadly Sins. All are based on a sense of lack, such as lack of power, success, respect, compassion or equality. Governments generally play only five. They lead to war, genocide, massacre, slavery and human rights violations, and terrorism. They are considered deadly because their ultimate conclusion is that people die. The games are oppressive, and they always lead to a backlash. It takes a while for the backlash to arrive, so people don't associate the game with the backlash.

The game ends when it is played on an innocent person, and it achieves the opposite effect. If you grab for power by putting another down, you lose power. Then the dilemma is how can you get power if the power play doesn't work? It is like hitting a brick wall. It is like walking forward to a door, and on the other side of the door is your dream life, what you have been working to achieve all your life, but instead of your dream life, you open the door and you see a brick wall.

It was one small step for you, equating two ideas that should not have been equated, but that last step was a major leap for others who watched you walk forward. As you walked forward, your perspective narrowed, and theirs was the wider perspective that told them your plan wasn't going to work. But, you cannot make another individual understand that what they are doing won't work.

The Brick Wall is being in a dilemma, with two choices and neither is tenable. The unseen third choice is the middle ground, which encompasses both. The solution to any dilemma is to do what is in everyone's best interest. Someone who has successfully overcome the crisis leads the way. A good example of this is Alcoholics Anonymous, and their 12 step program. A recovered alcoholic is the best teacher for someone first starting to turn his or her life around.

Mankind is Evolving Out of War and Genocides

Another way to look at Armageddon is from the scientific perspective. Basically, everything is made of energy, and functions at a certain frequency. The Earth is evolving to the higher frequencies. As people face the point of the Brick Wall, they are saying "enough is enough." Mankind is evolving out of war and genocide and massacres, and embracing the higher frequencies of tolerance and empowerment.

Before mankind could evolve, we had to reach the point where people would let go of all the things we no longer wish to experience. For example, on September 11, 2001, when the World Trade Center in New York was attacked, many people realized they would no longer tolerate terrorism.

When people stand to protest oppressive power games, they must offer a plan that stands on the root cause of the crisis or it makes it worse. The plan must do what is in everyone's best interest. This is why our organization is offering the World Peace Plan, because it functions on a higher level than the power games ever could, and leaves no one out of the benefits of the plan.

Armageddon occurs every day on an individual level as someone reaches the "end time" of their life cycle. This occurs when that individual has relied on a compensatory game and it no longer works. They reach the point of the Brick Wall. People die when they believe they can't get their dream life. What is not obvious at the point of the Brick Wall is the third option, which is let go of the compensatory game, undo the damage you have done, and to do what is in everyone's best interest, which is to come up with a plan that benefits everyone.

People say history repeats itself. Everything moves in cycles. Armageddon is occurring now on a planetary scale. In the beginning of 2008, all the cycles started to line up, and so everyone is facing the end time of the cycles. We are facing a billion year cycle (imagine one billion years!).... A million year cycle... A 270,000 year cycle... Mankind is replaying all the major historical events. The cycles spiral upward, and so they are not as devastating as in previous cycles, but combined, this is a very difficult time period for mankind.

Moment of Choice for Mankind

Change only occurs easily at the beginning or end of a cycle, so mankind is at the point of choice, when we can rise to a very high level, ignore the crises, or devolve deeper into the games. If mankind chooses to go up, world peace will come. If we choose as a planet to ignore the crises, we will pass them on to future generations, and it will take seven generations to undo the damage. Going down is to devolve into a global genocide.

This is the point of Choice for mankind. Will mankind choose to go up, down or straight ahead?

Karen Holmes

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