From the Land Down Under

Two emails have come through from two separate readers from Australia:

The first comes from reader Maggie:

Hi Laura,

Perhaps you remember me from Australia.. I enjoy your posts so much, thank you!! I’m hoping you will post this on your blog.

There was a siege in a city coffee shop in Sydney Australia, where one man seemingly held several people hostage. People were killed including that man, but I don’t know the details because I just can’t get too deeply into details of these types of stories. The truth is never stated of course. However there was a phenomenal response to the situation which had the potential to incite violent reactions against Muslim people in this county. The link below shows what happened instead via twitter. (I’d say the agenda backfired here !! )

http://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-trending-30479306

Thank you again for your insightful research and sharing – so valuable in these shifting times.

Abundant and Blessed wishes for always,

Maggie 🙂 ❤ ❤

[Laura again]: What a refreshing sign of the kind heartedness and empathy of humans for each other. Thank you for sharing this evidence of human decency amidst the war mongering.

Indeed, those vying for control have definitely hit fast forward. Racing against the awakening?! I don’t delve too deeply into the details of this kind of news either, but just on the surface, I’ve seen that they held a drill at the same location six weeks prior (always a big red flag), and apparently, part of the Matrix movie was filmed in the same cafe. Also, how convenient that it was an “Iranian” who did the deed, since despite all attempts, the West just can’t seem to garner enough support to bomb Iran. For my part, I’m sending love and calm to those who experienced the terror, grief and anger. Whether manufactured or not, if it’s happening to you, it feels remarkably similar; it just depends where that anger gets directed.

I’m also sending love and calm to the children and teachers who witnessed the horrible attack at the Pakistani school, and to their loved ones. Unlike some school shootings, this seems to have been a real attack with real victims — and again, whether politically convenient or not, if you’ve lost someone, it feels remarkably similar. May peace, comfort, compassion, and deep healing surround anyone who has lost someone they love.

This second email actually arrived first, and I’ve not posted it yet due to not having time to finish watching the video. Called “What the FUQ” (Frequently Unanswered Questions), this video describes one man’s ordeal of trying to import a car to Australia, along with all the bizarre things the process revealed via his Frequently Unanswered Questions. Sometimes, silence really is deafening.

From reader Kade:

Hi Laura – I just found this recent vid and was amazed that it brings both the issues of Government corporatism and energetic intuitive awakening. I thought you may like it.

[Laura again]: Thanks to Maggie and Kade for these updates from the Land Down Under. Sending you and anyone in that hemisphere good Summer Solstice wishes, as we prepare here for the darkest night of the year. Many blessings!

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