2004-08-08-Cogs In The Mechanism of Progress
Topic: Cogs in the Mechanism of Progress
Group: 11:11 Progress Group
TR: George Barnard
Bzutu: "You are well aware of springtime having arrived when the swallows return. Their reappearance heralds the start of a new season with some degree of certainty, and those of you who live in colder climes will know that soon crops will be seeded and planted. And the days of your huddling around the fire, playing cards and conversing will soon change, and your outdoor activities will recommence.
"We, too, and with great delight, perceived that a new season was about to start. And, yes, I speak of the Correcting Time, and it would be fair to say that we had almost a century of advance notice that the (Lucifer) Rebellion was about to be adjudicated. And that we would then be able to, with great vigor, assist in guiding this blighted world toward the first stages of Light and Life.
"We found our ways and means of alerting a few of you here and there that changes were indeed to come. And by whatever name you wish to identify yourselves—be it Savants, Star Seeds, Indigo Children, or simply the vanguard of pre-destined mortal helpers and go-betweens—these are only names. In many ways, you are the product of a universal love and enthusiasm of which your Planetary Helpers of the Midway Realm are merely a tiny part.
"Having been awakened to the changes, always remain aware of the fact that each of you can represent but a single cog in the giant clockwork mechanism of progress. Dare I say that it will slowly "grind away through time", into a distant future, and when all of mankind will finally appoint itself to that most elevated status of keepers of all brothers and sisters, regardless of origin, race or creed? Yes, there is nothing surer, for that is what we are all about.
"Individually, you may well be impatient to learn where you fit into the grand plan of "the right here" and "the precisely now", but I beg you to be patient. I ask you to realize that for a great many of you the time has not yet come to be in the right place at the right time to do what is important, perhaps even critical. To execute a task that will help the great mechanism of rehabilitation to wind on towards a future time and a distant end result deemed essential for progress to continue.
"Like in any giant clockwork, some cogs will move at rapid intervals—be involved in many small actions—whilst others are required to move just once during a very lengthy period, perhaps a lifetime. Stillness and meditation, permission granted by your Father Fragment even more so, rather than our readiness to visit you in your environment with our input and reminders, remains the key to the success of your tasks as proposed to you by the Paradise Father alone, yet dependent on your free will.
"Be patient, remain relaxed but alert, and ensure that there is oil in your lamps, and energy to burn, for when you, our individual human cogs, will need to make your move and let your lights shine brightly.
"This is your brother and midwayer friend of many years. I send my love to all. Au revoir."
George: "Thank you Chief. We all ways win."
Bzutu: "We ALL WAYS win!"
The Midwayers’ determination is suggested by the motto of their order: "What the United Midwayers undertake, the United Midwayers do." The rather hands-on 11:11 Emergency Platoon (1962-2000) had a simpler motto: "We all ways win."—Always, in all ways, and for everyone concerned.