St Germain warns humanity to “wake up and realize that your life upon this planet is in peril as a result of the actions of humanity.” He tells us to “command and demand” that our governments honor the human rights inherent in the concept of “we the people, by the people and for the people.” Stand up, he urges, to powerful polluters not only in the United States but throughout the world.
St Germain reveals it is a “divine aspect of the soul plans” of these whistle blowers to reveal to the people, at their own peril if necessary, what exactly is taking place in their governments. We in the United States, St Germain says, must hold those leaders accountable “who do not uphold the founding principles of our constitution.”
Our souls chose to be citizens of planet Earth and of the United States, St Germain says, to help bring WE consciousness of equality, harmony and balance to our planet. How is WE consciousness showing up in your life and the organizations (work, etc.) with which you associate?
Hamilton was denied communion and last rites by two ministers before one acquiesced. St Germain opines about the spiritual value of religious ceremonies such as baptism, communion, last rites, etc.—and why.