• Ann

How To Cleanse A Temple

Updated: Aug 31, 2020



Jesus: Your White House has been converted into a money changers' temple. No more, no less.

In my day such a temple was run by Pharisees, supposedly the holiest of spiritual leaders, but who, corrupted by avarice, greed, and self-aggrandizement, turned it into a money changers’ den of thieves.

As you know, I didn’t take this well. In the common parlance, you might say that I blew my stack. That was my mistake. It is never wise to meet darkness with anger, for anger weakens our connection with Spirit and as a result our convictions follow suit. Anger held within, converted to genuine and forceful light and truth, is the way to go. I did not take this path. I would suggest you do otherwise.*

The RNC convention at the White house demonstrated a similar corruption. A cacophony of lies, greed, treason, and moral turpitudes in the People’s House all melded together over four days to attempt to facilitate the continued disorientation of those whose lives have empowered those who are holding on to their money with both hands and clenched fists ready to take on any who threaten them.

Eruption and attack may seem to be the obvious – and the most attractive - response to these shocking perversions, but I am here to tell you from hard won experience that it is not. I am tempted to say the revenge is a dish best served cold, but that too would be a corruption of the principles of expanding light that has been set as the pedal tone of the created universe. Revenge has no place in a true cleansing.

Let us instead focus our energies on where we want to go, what we hope to see and who we want to be. As Bapu** has said, “You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” Focus. Focus. Do not be distracted. Work to create, not tear down, for creation in God’s image will render into oblivion anything otherly aimed.

We have no time to waste in temper tantrums. We must hold to light, carry it as a banner before us and within our hearts as the fuel that propels our cause, for that is the only thing that will put an end to the power of darkness.

You notice that I do not say that darkness will be eternally vanquished, for that will not happen as long as humans with hungry egos and dreams of unilateral grandeur remain on the planet. Put in its proper place, however, we can use dark energy as an impetus to correct course when we find ourselves tempted, as a contrast to throw our Creator’s brilliance into sharp relief, and, hopefully, as the cosmic joke it really is whenever it tries to set itself against the unconditional love that underpins the universe and powers the creative process. Then transformation occurs.

Times are difficult now, but they are not new. This time we will face down demons who hope to derail us with determination to further the cause of the Creator’s universe, and we will smile as we leave those demons confused and bewildered in the dust.

Do not falter, my friends. It will take every one of us, steadfast, relentless, and loving, to effect a lasting transformation.


August 29, 2020


*Anita Sacco has work on this topic. For further information, see "Recommended Channelers" under "Resources" tab.

Anita can be contacted for purchase of obtaining the recipe for her protection spray or readings at https://www.etsy.com/shop/FairyTaleEnd.


**Bapu, (Gujarati: endearment for father, papa), Mahatma Gandhi, see post below, "What If Trump Wins?" August 7, 2020

All blog entries are works of the imagination and are for spiritual and entertainment purposes only.

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