A Wake-Up Call for Prayer and Action

If you’re at all on the fence about whether or not the US should support “rebels” in Syria, or if for some reason, you believe that the war mongering occupants of the White House and Congress are really not insane — “just doing their jobs in a complicated situation” — you might want to read Michael Snyder’s eye-opening article, “Precious Little Girl Dismembered While She Is Still Alive By Obama’s Psychotic Syrian Rebels.” It’s a doozy, and it shares a lot of explicitly horrifying details of what the “rebels” Obama wants to support are really doing in Syria. It also shares where they’re from (hint: not Syria). At least 1,200 “Syrian rebels” are actually released death row inmates from Saudi Arabia given a choice between being beheaded or going to jihad in Syria, which turns out to mean beheading anyone who won’t immediately convert to Islam, eating still beating hearts of “enemies” and ransacking Christian settlements.

I recommend reading the story and sending it and/or the video clip of the atrocities to your decision makers in Washington. I personally don’t have the stomach or the heart to post the article here, but if the war mongerers in Washington want to send people to their own and others’ deaths, tortures and destruction, then those war mongerers have forfeited their right to insulate themselves from awareness and responsibility. Let them know that we know what the rebels are up to. Let Congress and the White House know that we know that they know what the rebels are up to, even if the reason we know is because we’ve forced the information into their faces.

No more excuses. No more “you have to read it to know what’s in it” or “if I knew then what I know now, I would have voted differently” even though the re-vote on things like the Patriot Act and the Monsatan Protection Act all too often produces the exact same original results. No more excuses. May the Light of Truth haunt any remaining shreds of souls that these decision makers have, and may We the People revoke the rights to make decisions “on our behalf” from those people eager to turn the world into a further bloodbath. No more excuses.

This is a wake-up call for prayer. A prayer for a wake-up call, and a prayer for peace. There are times for passivity, and there are times when we look upon unbelievable atrocities and say, “No. Not in my name. Not in any name. This. Must. Stop.” If arming “rebels” who behave worse than Charles Manson or the killer in Silence of the Lambs is not such an inspiration to reclaim our power, then I don’t know what is.

I post this chant again, and I will continue to chant and pray and intend and to harass Washington with detailed information, because I choose not to be the one who turned a blind eye to this, leaving it to someone else. We may not support our government psychopaths, but we do have some responsibility for their actions. We may not support war, but if we don’t do whatever is in our power to promote peace, to educate, and to move the energies in whatever ways we can towards peace, then we do not get a free pass on this one.

Awareness comes with responsibility. Awakening means recognizing the power and influence we do have, and taking action based on that awareness. Such action might mean prayer. Intense prayer. It might mean visualization empowered by a ritual or spell. It might mean many, many phone calls and letters to Washington. Why shouldn’t their phones continue to ring off the hook?! Why shouldn’t they get an earful of shocking information? Why shouldn’t their aides be overwhelmed by gory details to pass along? If they’re willing to be swayed by lobbyists or special interest group threats, then they need to know that we know they do not deserve our respect or any power we’ve lent to them.

Veils can drop in many ways. Reclaiming our own power also means accepting our own responsibility. These are not rhetorical or frivolous questions: “What are you contributing to bring about the world in which you wish to live? How are you participating in the Creation of what comes next?” Passivity is a vote for a gruesome agenda.

I don’t care what you do to empower your preferred New, but please do something — intentionally and powerfully. Rituals and chants count when dedicated with a sincere and pure heart. So do potent creative acts in the direction of peace and community. It matters not what you do, but please, for the love of all that’s good and true and beautiful, please do something.

3 responses to this post.

  1. Reblogged this on Reiki Dawn and commented:
    Take action in some form or manner, whatever way that speaks to you. We can wait no longer. thank you Laura for this article.

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  2. Posted by tazjima on September 15, 2013 at 3:06 pm

    Reblogged this on Blue Dragon Journal.

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  3. Posted by Jeff Nguyen on September 15, 2013 at 11:48 pm

    Every voice counts and every one is needed in the struggle.

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