It is only a matter of time before the people of the United States realize
that they have made a grievous mistake. They have reinstated, albeit with
the aid of many stolen votes, a man and administration dedicated to the
creation of division and hatred, both nationally and internationally.
They will ruefully watch an attack on their proudly held freedoms; they will
see a steep decline in their standard of living as the government, of
necessity, strives to tackle their enormous debts; they will witness a loss
of confidence in their currency and a sharp reversal of trade with their
traditional trading partners. The calamitous invasion of Iraq will continue
to fester, both in Iraq and elsewhere in the world. Reacting to the fear and
hatred which this administration has engendered almost universally, the
tendency will be for the people to look inwards, and to turn their backs
even more squarely on the world.
A major problem in dealing with this administration is the powerful illusion
under which it works: that it is God-inspired and so in divine Grace,
helping to restore the Christian world and message to its former power and
glory. Thus has the USA taken a huge step backwards, isolating itself from
the true concerns of much of the world: environmental pollution and the
demands of a planet suffering under the strain of impending disaster.
The United States will find that the world will not stand still. With or
without American co-operation the nations will proceed as best they can to
deal with the many ecological and social problems which beset us, and which
so urgently must be addressed. America will find itself left behind and
ignored, and only then will it be prepared to ‘lead’ the way.
This administration is, even now, relishing its victory, and weighing the
pros and cons of subsequent action. Thwarted and taken unawares by events in
Iraq, it must pause awhile before considering further violence. But the
bravado and rhetoric will doubtless continue, hoping to bully and conquer by
threats alone. Meanwhile, great changes in many countries are under way,
leading to a profound shift in the balance of power in the world. China and
India, South America and Russia, are finding their feet and economic
potential. Africa is beginning to receive, at last, the concern and goodwill
of powerful governments and agencies, and can look forward to better times.
Thus the world is turning away from the dominance of American power and
wealth, and charting another path to fulfil its destiny.
If the United States insists on its right of unilateral action, it will find
itself neglected and ignored in international plans and projects, its
economy will further decay, and its people will lose confidence and trust in
government action. Without friends, and with ebbing strength, it will be
forced to change, and to renew dialogue with its former friends.
The emergence of Maitreya will speed the process of this transformation and
assure its welcome completion.
[This article from Share International
magazine, December 2004, is by a senior member of the Hierarchy of Masters of Wisdom. His
name, well-known in esoteric circles, is not yet being revealed. Benjamin Creme, a principal
spokesman about the emergence of Maitreya, is in constant telepathic contact with this Master
who dictated his article to him.]
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