Money and the Death of Planet Earth

fn16If there are future generations after this one, when all seems hopelessly in danger, what might they say to those who are driving the earth to the point of death? We don’t need to see more of the devastation to know what is happening. What will more documentaries like those now showing the danger we are in do for anyone? We know how many species are being destroyed, how over-fishing of the oceans is bringing them to a point of collapse, how polluted the atmosphere.

There is only one thing that is more important in the eyes of most and that is making money. The mindset that by taking just a little more will do no harm, or that it is not the business of individuals that is at fault, nor could it possibly be the result of the super large families of some who have no limits.

As the earth buckles under the pressure and millions flee the conflicts that usually follow such a huge population explosion like we are now experiencing who is it really that is to blame? Surely one would look to a high power, the Creator in fact, who is in charge of all things.

That power for me is the Great Spirit of the Universe whom is expected is in charge of all things and everyone on the planet. This thought comes because of my reincarnation and knowledge that the things man believes in, such as heaven and hell, do not exist. What is reality, however, is that we are in crisis and money and the death of the planet go together.

Money and Wealth in the Last Days

fn15When I was growing up now many years ago there were no millionaires in our Australian society. Everyone was struggling to make their pay packet stretch from week to week as their children grew and were taught to respect the environment and the things we had. Recycling was part of it and my grandmother, who had gone through the 1930’s depression, would save every piece of string and paper bag that came her way.

These habits passed down to me and my siblings. We were taught to switch off lights that were not in use, to make our own clothes, do our own repairs, and most of all enjoy what we had and not go after things out of our reach. We learned to be practical and that things like vegetables are better when grown in your own garden than purchased in a shop.

Between the 1960’s and 1970’s a revolution took place. We were not really aware of it for some time but the effect on life and the economy was profound. Suddenly people learned how they could make money aside from working for it. It’s called investing in the future. Real Estate became the key to ownership and words like ‘portfolios’ entered the vocabulary.

Australia still ploughed on sifting through the shock to our ego that this country was not seen as ‘great’ by others. We became conscious of it and asked strangers from overseas what they thought of us. While they mostly had nothing but praise there were things they pointed out that hung like an albatross around our necks.

We were simply behind the times. Late night shopping had not yet arrived, and week-end trading was beyond our comprehension. There was still many things we were not privileged to know as the government kept the lid on things. But when I travelled overseas in 1979 I caught a glimpse of what was coming.

Tiny houses that matched the garage in most Australian homes was all that many had to live in around Naples and they farmed on the land around it that was no bigger than a normal size suburban block back home. In the North in places like Cannes and Monte Carlo homes were suddenly huge and people were rich beyond measure.

The beautiful wine fields in Tuscany and the snobbery of many who looked down on this traveller with her 2 children was very off-putting. Australia was a country when snobbery and wealth brought you no friends while the more money you had the less you were liked. Now it is just the opposite.

Since the turn of the Century and the Olympic Games in Sydney the country has become like those I travelled in overseas. It wealth, money, and celebrity status that now directs one’s popularity as we are in the last days. This is known to me because of my memory of reincarnation and knowledge that everyone is back who has lived before. We are facing the ultimate test and not many are in a position to pass it.

Money and God’s Plan

fn14The world depends on money for everything important to the preservation of life. That is how man has made it, but it was not always that way. Not until the arrival of kings and their greed for wealth did things change. No longer could one live simply once society demanded payment so that the god-on-earth could live like a god in heaven. Only now can we even talk about it because not so long ago that would have been classified as treason.

After my reincarnation and with a special view of the world taken from the perspective that everyone who has lived is now back, as promised in the bible (Job 5:19-22, Isaiah 26:19), my observations took me back to figure it out. What has money got to do with the plan of God? That was the question and it was not an easy one to answer.

If everyone has returned from the dead is it not logical that some are now black who were once white, while some are rich who were previously poor. What if some are now women who were previously men, as in my case. Wouldn’t this be a way of punishing those who have treated others badly in a previous life? Wouldn’t it be justified if one was abused by a woman-hater and is now a woman who is punished by a man?

No one knows the answers to these questions and speculation doesn’t fill in the blanks but there is a lot afoot now that seems to head in this direction. In the Old Testament prophecies, the Spirit promised that the world will end at this time. How do we know this? In Micah 4:1 it is promised that at the end of days there will be a mountain so high that everyone will go to it.

That mountain is the Internet and in Jeremiah 25:31,33 it states that God will use this mountain to speak to the world. The great movement in technology that has allowed all people everywhere to hear the same things and to be connected to the one voice has happened. While money has been the instigator for invention and better communication it is God’s voice that is speaking through it.

The zillions of pages on the web reveals the truth. Everything discovered is on it and all that we have done in the past is now paraded there like a massive museum. God has used money to bring it about and is now using greed, a product of money, to bring about the end of the day. The huge spike in population can be read as proof that everyone is back and listening to the truth, which is why religions are failing.

Money and the Last Days

fn13Overpopulation is a curse on the earth, but a blessing for business. One has to listen to the politicians to understand why they want more migration into a country like Australia, which seems crowded and highly over-priced. A high-rise apartment in Sydney is now worth more than a castle or villa in countries in Europe. The German Chancellor saw increased migration as a solution to her country’s decline in working age people and it started the great rush into Europe by Muslims.

Because of money people invested heavily in houses in capital cities in Australia forcing their prices up by the shortage it has created. The result is there are now thousands of empty homes held by investors (mostly from overseas) while thousands live on the streets unable to afford the exorbitant rents.

A business man was interviewed by the media recently in his tent in a local park. It seems that even one’s income cannot guarantee a home. Not so long ago houses sold for $500 in suburbs where they now fetch upwards of a million. All that in my adult life.

Money and greed is killing the earth and people are now so caught in the spiral of wealth versus logic that there can be no stopping it. It’s a highway to heaven for many but what’s the consequence for the rest. On the other side of the coin poverty is increasing, starvation is growing, diseases are multiplying, wars are happening, and climate change is destroying the world.

One of the major things in my vision of the world has to do with my reincarnation and a feeling that all who have lived are now back. In other words, there is no heaven or hell but a Spirit God that fills all of space and that is also in control of human behaviour. It’s the only logical conclusion for why greed and wealth have such prominent roles in what are shaping up to be the last days.