All Beliefs are Welcome Here!
The year 2012
I have thought about your question.."how do we convince billions of people..."and I came across this link..I beleive that I am an "Indigo Elder"..since the 60's many people have come forward such as psychics, healers, loving caring people that go beyond the call so to speak. And yes unfortunately we also have seen many charlatins but I beleive that the chaff will be sorted from the seed when the time comes...
I also beleive that the "Indigo people" will also be a great part of teaching and preparing people.
I would enjoy hearing your comments on this ..it isn't the only website by any means but it also disscusses the Indigo Elders..
Yes this article also talks of Indigo Elders..it also explains that there are many more indigo children being born..I am now 57 and have had all of the abilkities of Indigo children and it became most notable by the age of 3..I could speak very clear sentances and carry on adult conversations...by the time I was 7 I was in the 3rd grade...in the 5th grade by age 8 and I read and comprehended college material books and graduated high school by age 15...unheard of in the 60's to 70's except as "being labeled protogees or geniuses"..of which I was nor am either..
I used to get whipped with a willow switch when I would predict something and it came true...At age 8 I taught my mother how to read...she was from the ozark mountains and female children rarely learned to do more than sign their name in the late 30's and 40's..
The U.S. is the center of darkness. Living in it, it is easy to think the whole world is as it is here.
I read an article written by an anthropologist who went to Brazil to help the landless. After being there for a while, she realized that even though the average education level was 'only' 5th grade that an 'average' person there had a better understanding of the socio-political forces driving society and a vision of change that was more astute and well rounded than the University professors she knew. She went to help and ended up being taught.
We carry a lot of cultural arrogance here. We think because we are the center of the empire that we are smarter, better educated, more modern and so on. American exceptionalism is deeply rooted. I attended a Leonard Cohen concert a few months back and when he sang his song about democracy coming to the U.S.A and that it was coming here first, the whole crowd cheered. It is not coming here first, and this country is the biggest impediment to a just world.
There is a profound denial in this country. We have lots of free time here at the empire's center because we have forced so many peoples around the world to work for us. So many people here have their iPods because so many others are enslaved. With that free time we indulge ourselves in image games, personality, showy displays and lots of intellectual fantasy. We do not know how to live on the earth and live mostly in the head in our indulgent thoughts. Same thing happened in Rome. Empires become decadent and here is no exception. So because we live in the mind, we glorify the mind because that is what we know. Those TV shows don't matter. It is the people who live without TV's that will lead the change. The U.S. is in the midst of dying and when the empire fully crumbles then all the old slaves will lead the way to something new.
For people living here, my recommendation is learn the basics. Learn how to grow your own food. Try living for even a month without depending on the labor of those living in U.S. slave states. As a farmer and activist who has interacted with and taught thousands of people I can say that very few people in this country know the basics, but they often talk about leading some big change in the world. You cannot write a poem if you do not even know the alphabet.
It is wonderfully humbling to grow ones own food. It reveals the huge gulf between intellectual fantasy and real living. It is a great relief to take some steps away from the former and towards the latter. I too am very happy to be alive at this time! cheers