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New Era Transition 83 – Climate, Virus, Zero-Point Energy, Studies

Monday, 10 February, 2020

Machiventa Melchizedek, Planetary Manager
Topics:

  • Climate change and a virus—harbingers of the future
  • You are past the tipping point
  • Social sustainability and best practices for parenting and child rearing
  • Intentions of public education and the seven core values
  • Necessity for coordination between nations—toward a global economy and community
  • Relationship between genders and the theology of gender
  • Melchizedek complicity in snow removal efforts
  • Acting to minimize cataclysms now that tipping point has passed
  • Removal of inhibitors on zero-point energy development
  • Implementation of zero-point energy requires removal of ego factor
  • Centralized zero-point energy power generation and electric cars
  • Sequestration of carbon and other chemicals
  • Morontial life—will we study in classrooms?
  • Learning Centers for sustainable families
  • Important areas of study to promote global progress
  • Universality of seven core values
  • T/R process disrupted—a teaching moment
  • Meditation process and progress—judge not!
  • NET participation a two-way street. Thought Adjuster participation during NET sessions and readings

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New Era Transition 82 – Women, Feminine, Planetary Management

Monday, 27 January, 2020

Machiventa Melchizedek, Planetary Manager
Topics:

  • Connecting a shattered world theology—herding cats
  • Basic theology and the true role of religion
  • Importance of the feminine in religion
  • Democracy in trouble
  • Transition is difficult, but imperative
  • Melchizedek Universities
  • Worldwide oppression of women
  • The seven values and sustainability—love for humanity
  • Difficulties of passing wealth to children
  • Format for preparing transcripts for broadcast
  • A peek into the age of Light and Life
  • Connecting spiritually to others in the Days of Light and Life and today
  • Brexit as a statement of separation
  • European Union
  • Force or need of change
  • Situation in Russia
  • Extinct species on a decimal planet
  • Education as a behavioral modifier for cultures
  • Training to assist those crossing over
  • Teams work to prevent nuclear war
  • Melchizedek University revisited
  • Know that you are loved

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New Era Transition 80 ― Planetary Management Issues

Monday, 30 December, 2019

Machiventa Melchizedek, Planetary Manager
Topics:

  • Unique opportunity as Planetary Manager
  • If you were Planetary Manager
  • Step one: People and not people
  • Step two: Commonalities of personhood, gender, and group identification
  • Commonality of decision making according to values
  • Need for Code of Decision Making oriented toward unity
  • Morality, ethics and the seven core values
  • The four primary values are not enough
  • The Three secondary values
  • Christ Michael’s mandate and its audacious implementation
  • Implementation of plan now underway
  • You are part of this at ground zero
  • Correcting Time as your opportunity
  • Transforming social institutions and becoming
  • Start with Maslow’s hierarchy of needs?
  • Programs must benefit the individual and bring world toward oneness
  • Programs to be all inclusive by design
  • Acting for benefit of all humanity and each individual
  • Difficulties of Correcting Time and a grand opportunity
  • Little boys with sticks
  • Time for Urantia to realize the larger realm – a subtle approach
  • Functional social institutions
  • What we have done is not working
  • You are the seed group
  • Close of one era, dawn of a new
  • Not despair, but hope

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New Era Transition 78 – Decisions; Social Collapse, Evolution; Revolution

Monday, 2 December, 2019

Machiventa Melchizedek, Planetary Manager
Topics:

  • Decisions open up new decision points
  • Anxiety, stress, and depression levels in modern times
  • Global social unrest
  • Social collapse and revolution vs. social evolution and the role of hope
  • Slow pace of social innovation compared to technical innovation
  • Current conservative political wave and the seven values
  • Need for evolution in democratic institutions
  • Hacking of current democratic processes
  • Fewer wars today than in the past?
  • Imperative of social evolution
  • Celestial involvement in ongoing cultural revolution

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New Era Transition 77 – Nexus, Learning, Core Values, Music

Monday, 18 November, 2019

Machiventa Melchizedek, Planetary Manager
Topics:

  • Three elements factor into the nexus event
  • Sharing these transcripts with a particular Urantia book study group
  • After effects of session engagement can linger. “Future”, “Past”, and NOW
  • Session participation and permission for improving your mental processes - mortal and morontial mind attunement - increased maturity
  • Emotionality – human and morontial, and maturity
  • A decreased level of anxiety
  • Learning lessons from our dents – healing and becoming complete
  • Mortal experience as fodder for morontial growth
  • The intensity of mortal experience
  • Your mortal life as a bestowal
  • Machiventa’s questions for us
  • Seven core values – crystalizing thought or living essence of humanity
  • Creator Son as musician?
  • Use of social media today
  • More on Urantian musicians
  • The NET’s in book form

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War is a Business Enterprise

Tuesday, 18 May, 2010
War is a Business Enterprise

Teacher S333:
It is in human nature to have disagreements with friends, family, neighbours, co-workers, and even strangers in the street. That has something to do with the level of spiritual attainment of the individuals acting as the aggressor, where relatively low spirituality causes the aggression.
Collective aggression is another matter altogether though, for it is unusual for a collection of people to become aggressive at the same time and about the same subject, unless it is planned by a leader or supervisory group. In such circumstances there is usually an ulterior motive for that individual or group to plan collective aggression, and this is largely to do with money, greed and power, tinged with secondary but no less powerful motives connected with sex, drugs, murder, torture and related matters.

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Towards an Ethical Society

Monday, 21 March, 2011
eco-settlements

Teacher, Magisterial Son Monjoronson:
In an advanced society where money and ownership by the individual or corporation are not required, many of you would see it as Communism, and if you live in a Capitalist country the thought of living in a Communist society will fill you with dread. And yet the advanced society is as far away from being a Communist regime as you could imagine.
When everything is given to the community, it becomes far richer than any country in your world today, and life is far more pleasant and rewarding. If you were to remove the military and politicians, together with the police, the security services and the revenue departments, you would instantly become a wealthy community. Then dispose of the bankers of all kinds, including the privately owned central banks, and you are beginning to talk about retaining some seriously large assets.

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