Facing Darkness and Light
Obviously they don’t. They are fully convinced that their actions are necessary and thus justified. There is always a reason to ‘prove’ that ‘we are the good ones’, and always an enemy to project guilt upon. Propaganda may even succeed in convincing the public of this good-and-evil game, but the facts show another reality: the super-rich are becoming richer and richer, and an increasing percentage of people is falling into a dire struggle for existence, both in the ‘good’ and ‘evil’ countries. Statistics show that many do not survive this struggle. Every day, about 30,000 to 40,000 people, mostly children, die of hunger! This is about one person every two seconds, a fact that has already been going on for decades. And ‘nobody’ is responsible …
As mentioned in Chapter One, negativity is two-faced. Both the too-much and the too-little are faces of the same coin of godlessness, even though both sides, in one way or another, claim to have understood what ‘God’ is.
There are people who have fallen into ‘too much’ believing in God due to religious fanaticism and dogmatism. The only thing they can accept is their own belief system and their particular interpretation of some holy scripture. Obsessed with the idea of being the only ones who have the right belief, they judge all others as having the wrong beliefs. Such forms of ‘religion’ are expressions of a dia-bolic spirit (often confused with ‘the holy spirit’) because they lead to discord, divisions and hatred, even amongst the branches of the same religion. So what to expect of them vis-à-vis the ‘rest of the world’?
In the other extreme, many people have fallen into ‘too little’ believing in God, living their lives without spiritual perspectives. In the intellectual field, such people propagate materialistic, humanistic or nihilistic world-views. In the field of high finance and secret politics, they mix in the top levels of secret societies, serving ungodly ‘gods’. For them, the different religions are but means to ignite political fires. Outwardly, for the public, they may present themselves as religious, but their own ideology is quite different. They think themselves to be the ultimate global players, the creators of the world’s destiny. Therefore, they want to impose their own ideas upon all others in order to build a new world of enforced ‘peace and order’.
All these camps dream of a new world with them being the controllers. Secretly, they all want the present civilization to collapse, thinking that their group will emerge as the ‘inheritors’ of the world. Planet earth is a place of decision where the worlds of light and darkness border on each other. From both worlds, souls are incarnating. How can we recognize them? What are their intentions? How do they handle duality? What is their understanding of reality?
… continued in TranscEnding the Global Power Game, p. 114