Next week, in Part 2, the Hayhouse Radio podcast, "Ask and it is Given" gets much more detailed with specifics. This is enough for Week One...baby steps!
Excerpt From The Kabrini Message. At this point, Jeffrey Driscoll (our main character) is at The United Nations in Vienna where U.S. Army General Hodge is showing him the first messages transmitted by The Kabrini:
But it seems they were disgusted by the fact that we are still a conglomeration of individual nation-states…”
“Yep, down here on Earth, we’re still slugging it out with each other to be King of the Hill,” Driscoll interrupted. Hodge shot him a dirty look for what he perceived to be a cheap shot at his chosen profession. “So, in other words,” Driscoll continued, ignoring the general’s sneer, “Unlike us humans, the Kabrini have transcended the petty, bickering stage of evolution.”
“Yes, something like that,” Hodge answered, still looking annoyed. “Apparently, they’re at the ‘one big happy family’ stage.” Hodge didn’t even attempt to hide his disgust as he rolled his steely blue eyes. He reached up, tapped the current screen to close it and grabbed a new window of Kabrini messages entitled, Social and Economic Discussions, May. Driscoll immediately devoured the series of messages as he half-listened to General Hodge’s explanation of them.
“Anyway, as you can see here, when we explained that there were poor, desert countries, unable to grow enough food to support their ever-expanding population, they sent us information on converting the abundant sunlight in these desert areas to electrical energy to run pumps for irrigation.”
“But we already know how to do that,” Driscoll responded as he continued reading the screen.
“Right…and that’s exactly what we told them. So, they sent us information on small nuclear power plants to furnish energy to those remote areas…”
“But we already know how to do that, too,” Driscoll interjected. He looked away from the holographic screen and stared at Hodge.
“Correct, and we told them that. So, they sent us information on low cost housing and synthetic food production…”
“And you told them we could do that, too,” Driscoll interrupted again. He was now sitting on Hodge’s desk with his arms crossed and a worried look on his face.
“Right. So, now…well now, they just want to know what our problem is.”
Driscoll turned back to the screen and scanned to the middle of the page:
UN: Yes, we already know how to produce synthetic food.
Kabrini: Then why are you not doing these things? Is there a problem? Or are you a stubborn, uncivilized race?
UN: We are not stubborn. This is just how things are set up on our planet. Each country on Earth is responsible for its own people. Of course, some countries help out other countries from time to time, but in the end, each nation is responsible for its own political, social and economic systems.
Kabrini: How could you possibly have developed the technology for space travel and the ability to communicate with an advanced alien civilization and still be so socially primitive? How can you not care for your own people? Do you not realize that you are all connected?
Beads of sweat had materialized on Driscoll’s brow, and he quickly wiped them away with his sleeve. “So, they basically perceive us as a race of high-tech barbarians.”
“I think they believe we already know too much for our own good,” Hodge answered as he absentmindedly tinkered with the Newton’s Cradle on his desk. He lifted a shiny metal sphere on the far end and let it drop, and the ball made a clink as it knocked it into the sphere next to it. This set all five spheres in motion, and they continued to swing back and forth in a hypnotic, rhythmic dance as Hodge continued. “When we told them that we are still fighting wars, they were dumbfounded. They say they’re surprised we humans didn’t annihilate each other ages ago. Frankly, I’ve thought the same thing many times before…”
“Okay…so where do we stand now?” Driscoll asked, looking back towards the floating screen. “Where is the most recent series of messages?”
“That’s it,” Hodge replied grimly. “Their last message to us is on the bottom of that screen.”
Driscoll’s eyes quickly skimmed to the end of the transcript, finally resting on the very last message, which was received more than two weeks earlier:
Kabrini: Until you can prove that you are a responsible race, we will cease all communications with Earth.
UN: We assure you that we are a responsible race. How can we prove this to you?
Kabrini: You must make widespread social changes to improve your people’s general situation. Remember what we have discussed. The answers are right before you. We will reestablish communications if and when you make these changes.
UN: If we cannot communicate with you, how will you know when we have implemented these changes?
When he finished reading, Driscoll stumbled to the other side of Hodge’s desk and collapsed in the chair. His mess of brown hair was now drenched with sweat, and he cradled his head in his trembling hands. “So, basically, we’re not worth the risk to them.”
“I guess not,” Hodge answered matter-of-factly. “Or at least not until we make some serious global changes. And as you can imagine, the UN Council is not about to roll over that easily.”
Driscoll breathed a shuddering sigh and looked up at the ceiling, his face completely drained of color. He could feel his lifelong dream slipping away, all because of something completely out of his control—the inferiority of mankind.
Quotes From The Kabrini Message vs. Abraham:
On the long road to greatness, the first step begins with the truth. At long last, your journey has begun.
- The Kabrini Message
We are all connected. Deep down you have always known, Jeffrey. We have reached out to you many times throughout your lifetime, and you have never failed us. If it were not for you, mankind may never have discovered our message. We want to thank you for listening…for hearing us…even when others did not or could not believe.
- The Kabrini Message
"A Step by Step Guide to Staying on Your High Flying Disc":
High Flying Disc Philosophy:
Stay on your "High Flying Disc" and DO NOT allow any low fliers on board!
It's OK to want to help, but DO NOT climb down. They need to rise up! They may not ever do it. They may not ever get it. You may need to leave them there. That's OK. You just stay on your own high flying disc and again, DO NOT, under any circumstances, dip down to interact with a "low flier"! The best help you can offer is to lead by example.
Part 2 of our 4 part series continues next Monday, April 18th, with:
- The Hayhouse Radio podcast, "Ask and it is Given" - the specifics of the teachings of Abraham
- Excerpt #2 from The Kabrini Message
- The Placemat Process explained
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