OK, this I did not believe.... Unlikely as it may seem, this channel came as a companion piece to the previous one from Eleanor Roosevelt....
Ann: Marie Antoinette? Seriously?
Marie Antoinette:* Why not?
Ann: Oh, I don’t know, another war going on where a nation of oligarchs is murdering its neighbors - and its own people.
Marie: Exactly. I come as a case in point, a cautionary tale, if you will. I have been represented as a spoiled and feckless aristocrat with no care for those less fortunate, but that was not the full story. I was the product of a society where there was no accountability by royalty such that the very idea of those outside our class was vague and insubstantial.
We did not think badly of those less fortunate. We didn’t think of them at all. We were that only our world, the world of privilege and perfection, counted. So when those less fortunately situated make their voices heard, we just could not believe it. Once they broke through the walls of our complacence and the barriers to our protected lives, however, we were forced to confront the fact that there was a problem, but never did we really understand what that problem was.
Today you see another country with enormous wealth and privilege accumulated in the few at the top such that reality for them has become a far off concept, if reality is meant to include any not within their privileged sphere. Others simply don’t count. They are meant to make do with whatever crumbs are allotted them, and I am here to tell you that the same process that was at work in my day is taking over in Russia - and elsewhere today in the endeavour if not yet in accomplishment.
There is no way to bring these corrupt and insatiable rulers to a realization of anyone’s needs other than their own. To them, no one else really has a right to be on the planet. All others are meant only to serve. It is a mindset that has blown up despotic regimes the world over, and this is what you are seeing now.
I understand now why these regimes have been allowed to prosper, however temporarily. We see in them the exaggerated darkness that each of us harbors, and to which in some secret part of our souls our ego wants to give voice. Yet, when finally confronted face to face with such horror, the terror that it threatens brings many of us back to ourselves, and so we regroup, realign, and rediscover our common humanity.
When we see the inevitable lengths to which humans will sink when set upon a road of unbridled indulgence and power, we fight this goblin, then pull in our own horns and agree of necessity to submit to some controls, some guidelines, and some recognition of the worthiness of all souls on the planet.
For each of us could be the one whose rights are trampled in the dust or the one whose head was severed from her body for her failure to recognize such rights. The current madman will go the way of all his predecessors. The blood of martyrs will once again be shed before justice can be reinstated and society realigned.
This time, however, there is the motivation is the spectre of total destruction. Its power will be made clear as will the urgency of a solution, not just for this age but for those to follow, and such will be recognized and implemented.
I stand with all who move to actualize a free and just society. I have learned my lesson, others will too, hopefully this time for good.
March 16, 2022
*Referred by Anita Sacco. See "Recommended Channelers" under "Resources" tab. Anita can be contacted for purchase of obtaining the recipe for her protection spray or for spiritual or past life readings at https://www.etsy.com/shop/FairyTaleEnd.
Marie Antoinette was the last queen of France before the French Revolution. She was born an archduchess of Austria (1755 — 1793) and became the queen consort of King Louis XVI of France (1774–93). Her name is associated with the decline in the moral authority of the French monarchy in the closing years of the ancien régime, though her courtly extravagance was but a minor cause of the financial disorders of the French state in that period. Her rejection of reform provoked unrest, and her policy of court resistance to the progress of the French Revolution finally led to the overthrow of the monarchy in August 1792. She was convicted by the Revolutionary Tribunal of high treason and executed by guillotine as was her husband before her.
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