My gift to you this
morning is one of trust and belief in oneself and one’s
world. I am St. Germain, and I am going to tell you of
the incidences of trust that brought me here to this
table this day.
One time in Africa,
long years ago, there was an uprising that skirted the
banks of the Nile River. This uprising became a legend
in the annals of history, for it stood for the
abolishment of the tyranny of the black natives against
the white Africans.
When the bloodshed had
ceased and the calendar represented the autumn of the
days, the ones who remained standing came to the
understanding that there was nothing accomplished but
the loss of lives. What did that prove? Why the
senseless slaying of over three thousand people in the
cause of a piece of land and an idea of the sovereignty
of one people over another?
Those who remained
took to the hills and banded together to form a union of
strife and solace to each other. This group consisted of
both black and white. Within a very short time, this
group had grown to several thousand, due to the word
getting around that this group of people was planning on
going through the jungles of Africa burning and
pillaging the villages in a war of hate.
This was not the
original idea of the small group. Theirs was a peaceful
plan; a plan of action through gentle loving means.
However, when the people started coming into the band
there was an air of power that sprang up and announced
itself in the anger that still lay in the original
people hearts. This reached out and flashed across the
innate memories of the new ones, and soon the old
memories were the only motivating force.
After many days and
nights of traveling through the countryside, menacing
the various villages along the way, this band of people
began to slow down their pillaging. They stayed hidden
in the jungles longer than usual. Instead of plotting
their next conquest, they began to speak of the
possibility of the discontinuance of their actions. This
was accomplished by a few brave souls at first, then
grew in strength to the majority of the group.
Soon this group were
speaking of the ability they had to settle into a life
of love and the bringing forward of their own culture
and society. They realized that the greatest power they
had was in finding the bounty they could provide for
themselves through using their abilities of creation in
the place where they chose to live.
In the pursuit of this
plan, the group cased a great stirring among the people
in the villages that had been pillaged not that long
ago. How could people who had shown such disregard for
human life, and their fellow man, turn around and become
as peaceful people, creating their own village? This did
not ring true to the villagers, so they decided to band
together and form an army of protection against these
people. After all, the marauders were probably planning
their attack in a different, diversionary way, and they
as mere tiny villages alone would not stand a chance
against these fierce people.
The fear that built
among the whole of Africa became as a disease spreading
like wildfire. Soon there was no more trust among the
villages and the people. The group who had formed from
the ashes of war and hate, had become very peace loving,
and soon they realized that something had to be done, or
they too would be unwitting members of this awful plague
across the countryside they loved.
So they started to go
out among the people in the villages and talk of peace.
They talked of love, and the power of prayer. They told
the people their story, and of how even in the air of
the fear all around them, they did not fall back into
that energy because they had found the strength of their
beingness through the adversity they had caused on
others. Twice they had stopped in the heat of battle and
honored the peacefulness that cried out to be heard and
felt. The second time, it worked. Through the experience
of coming through the process of war, defeat, and then
peace with themselves, they had discovered the secret to
The villagers listened
to their words and looked at their example. They were
tired of always living in fear; the very air reeked of
it. So they started banding together once more, this
time in the interest of the pursuit of peace and love
among all the people of Africa. Soon peace was the way
of it in the land. The peoples of this great land lived
together in peace and harmony, and their great example
shone forth for all the world to see.
Now, you say. How can
this be? I do not recall ever reading this before in our
history books, or any of the great recordings of the
I tell you now; this
is a page from out of the future, yes the future. This
is a probable reality that is growing in strength in the
annals of the pages of the future. This can become the
history of your past. You can watch it happen and unfold
as it becomes a reality in the present. It can start now
by holding the outcome of this page strong in your
hearts and your knowingness. This too can be the essence
of all of the places and peoples of the world. It is in
your hands and your hearts. You are all sovereign beings
unto yourselves. You need not give that away to another,
for another has his own sovereignty. Share that which
you know to be your inherent truth with your fellow
being and you will write your own page of love and
peaceful harmony for all times.
I am St. Germain, and
I wish you all a harmonious day filled with love,
compassion, and peace.