In long established religions, their official representatives will bemoan the lack of belief in their faith amongst the general populace by
encouraging the study and consideration of their teachings and convictions. This will not, however, be accompanied by a whining discourse about how
important their messages are when their message is either ridiculed or ignored. Whether it is a priest, rabbi or imam, they invariably speak with
eloquence and intimate knowledge of their faith and all its benefits. And they will speak with a confidence that can only come with a trust in the
imperceptible that is built upon a solid foundation of centuries of heartfelt devotion and genuine research into the inherent need for humans to know
where we are in the grand scale of things. They all do this without any
solid proof of the existence of their deity or that deity’s
messengers’ words. They, and their believers, have in their possession something quite unique; an unshakeable trust in the words of man, whether
those words be said to be inspired or not.
There is little to distinguish the topic of the above statement with the subject matter of this thread.
Both speak of religion.
Like it or not, and anyway you look at it, the Galactic Federation of Light, and other extraterrestrial based creeds of the same ilk, are a growing
religion. This can be defined by it having a devotional following, powerful iconographic imagery and personages, and whose leaders profess revealed
awareness and contact with higher intelligences who exhibit superhuman abilities and a method for personal salvation from “the Dark Side”.
But, does _FAMILY_OF_LIGHT_
demonstrate these traits so ably utilized by his/her competitors? Nearly, but not quite, and this is my continuing
problem with any channeling based orthodoxy. Sweeping statements such as this:
I will say this once and for all and I feel this is IMPORTANT for people to at least be aware of, I have been channeling messages for over
18years and have confirmed that indeed there will be a visit from the Galactic Federation of Light on October 14th of this year. One might ask how
many channels with specific predictions and dates have I received that actually happened? My answer is 100% of everything I have ever channeled from
GFL was fulfilled and I will bet the entire farm on this one.
absolutely need to have some kind of verification to accompany them, otherwise they are just letters.
To have proof
that you have successfully communicated alien messages that came true
should be the subject of a thread in itself. I would
like to read checkable corroborative descriptions of eighteen years worth of successful predictions, as it will be the first time I would have read of
any “prophet” having such an unwavering hit rate. And I’ll bet the farm that I’m not alone.
If a conventional faith had such an accomplished sibyl, then surely by now they would have managed to sweep the world of all opposition as who would
argue with such an absolute mastery of the future?
Why the ignorance of writing it (the October 14th prediction) off and dis-believing it so quickly without further
(My insert in bold type.)
Ignorance does not come into the equation with regard to any reader of this thread choosing to disbelieve. How exactly
does anyone engage in
“further investigation”? Is this meant as a spiritual investigation, or does it infer we read other confirmatory accounts situated on related,
biased websites? An open, enquiring mind will not simply give in to the constant, insistent bombardment of how right a religion is just by reading its
repetitive, unoriginal doctrine. (But, and unfortunately, many people will).
Most religions have a rich literary history through which their teachings have continued protracted campaigns of influence. The GFL and the Ashtar
Command etc. just come across as bandwagon hopping, industrial producers of hippy-inspired peace, love and understanding, without introducing any
innovative or novel theology. There’s nothing inherently wrong
with the message at all, and I’ve said that many times, but we’ve heard it
all before under various guises, and with innumerable threats of damnation and suffering thrown in if they weren’t adhered to. And still the world