At this moment there seems to be a disturbing increase in intense media coverage about the private lives of Humans on Earth. More and more and more do we witness reports about “Sex Crimes” which are not real and millions and millions upon millions of innocent victims being sent to prisons Globally to serve as slave labour for “invented” Sex crimes which have no true basis in reality. We know that all humans are free to whatever they desire provided that the do not cause harm to others or to the environment. We also know that all consensual sex is completely harmless and is also an excellent form of exercise that is fun for humans of all ages. There is no “Normal” on Earth. There should be peace on Earth. There will be peace on Earth when Humans learn to care about where they are standing, what they are thinking and how they are treating those about them and not to care about where other humans are standing, or what others are thinking or how others are treating those about them. You create your life… it is and it has never been something that happens to you without your consent. Remember “thoughts are a trail of breadcrumbs that your life will follow.” No Being under Heaven has any authority over you without your consent.
Too many Humans are neglecting their feelings in order to “gain approval” from some perceived “majority” which does not exist. You must all accept that in order to live in peace with each other you must abandon these false concepts of any of you being “entitled” or having somehow “power over others”. No Human owns this Planet… not even the smallest part of this planet. No human owns any other human. All slavery is bad as there is no “Good and Bad” slavery, war, torture, rape etc. Child slavery on Earth is a thing that must be ended. Throughout history you have had periods where slavery was considered acceptable. You have also had periods where all humans were equal and even the young were expected to be equal members of society.
At this moment our Brother Pope Francis, a Lightworker who is doing his best to promote world peace, tolerance and discourage those who worship “Profit”; is coming under attack. Read the story HERE or below.
Here Are the Catholic Church Politics Behind That Letter Calling on Pope Francis to Resign
A scathing letter attacking Pope Francis over claims that he covered up allegations of sexual abuse by a high-profile American cardinal has brought into focus a crisis in the Catholic Church.
The 11-page text, written by noted anti-gay conservative Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, calls for Francis to resign over his alleged negligence. Vigano accuses Francis of covering up sexual abuse allegations against ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick in a letter that comes as multiple sexual abuse scandals again rock the church. The letter has sown division among leaders of Catholic Church in the United States.
One longtime Vatican watcher and scholar of the Catholic Church says the open attack on Pope Francis — coming at an especially vulnerable time for him — appears to be mostly about personal animus and the Pope’s move to make the Church more accepting of gays. The Pope’s defenders have already started to dispute details in Vigano’s letter.
Francis accepted McCarrick’s resignation in July and ordered him to a “life of prayer and penance” following accusations that the cardinal sexually abused adult seminarians and minors. McCarrick, the powerful head of the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C., stepped down after an investigation by the Church concluded that claims he sexually abused a teenage altar boy were credible.
Vigano’s letter contains serious allegations about Francis’ response to reports of McCarrick’s abuse. But it also includes a screed against homosexuals and it can be seen as a homophobic attack against Francis, who has worked to open up the church to people who are gay or lesbian, among others who are turned away in accordance with the church’s teaching.
Massimo Faggioli, a theology and religious studies professor at Villanova University, says the charges in Vigano’s letter are motivated by a personal vendetta on behalf of conservative American Catholics. “People are especially upset with the fact that Francis is opening the church on sexuality and homosexuality,” Faggioli tells TIME. “So, here you have a very cynical alliance with a cynical agenda that has nothing to do with the sex abuse crisis.”
Here’s a breakdown of the accusations against Francis and why they are coming up now.
Who is calling for Pope Francis’ resignation and why?
Vigano in his letter has called on Francis and all others who he says remained silent about McCarrick’s abuse of seminarians to resign. Vigano writes that he informed Francis of McCarrick’s inappropriate behavior in 2013. Francis, he alleges, “continued to cover for” McCarrick.
Conservative bishops in America have voiced their support for Vigano since the letter was published on Sunday.
Cardinal Raymond Burke, the former archbishop of St. Louis, said the “appropriate sanctions must be applied,” if Vigano’s allegations are substantiated, the New York Times reports. Bishops David Konderla and Joseph Strickland also joined the surge of conservatives standing up with Vigano.
“As your shepherd, I find them credible,” Strickland wrote in a statement about the allegations brought up by Vigano, according to the Times.
Faggioli says the letter comes from a place of “personal animus.”
“These accusations raise questions we need answers to at some point,” he says. “Any analysis of these allegations reveal that they are full of gaps and holes. The document is a start for those who want to raise questions, but it contains no answers.”
Vigano’s accusation against the Pope comes one month after McCarrick’s resignation and weeks after a damning report from a Pennsylvania grand jury that found at least 300 priests abused more than 1,000 victims — and that church leaders worked to cover up the wrongdoing.
What has Pope Fracis said about the accusations?
Pope Francis declined to confirm or deny the claims by Vigano on Sunday during a press conference. He said the text, which he had read, “speaks for itself,” and that he trusted reporters to judge the claims in it for themselves.
“It’s an act of trust,” he said. “I won’t say a word about it.”
Who Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, the man accusing the Pope?
Vigano, 77, was the Apostolic Nuncio, or papal diplomat, to the U.S. from 2011 to 2016. His tenure included a dustup with Pope Francis in 2015 over a meeting he arranged with Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk who refused to issue marriage licenses for gay couples.
After word leaked that Francis was to meet with Davis, the Vatican issued a swift statement to distance itself from her. Francis then met with a former student of his, who is openly gay, before he met with Davis. He had Vigano replaced as nuncio in 2016.
Vigano has also been accused of covering up misconduct claims, the Associated Press reports. He has denied allegations that he attempted to stop an investigation into John Nienstedt, the former archbishop of St. Paul-Minneapolis, who was accused of sexual misconduct with adult seminarians.
Vigano was also implicated in the 2012 “Vatileaks” scandal, in which some of his letters were made public. In those letters, Vigano begged to not be transferred to Washington, claiming he the assignment was punishment for exposing corruption in the Vatican, according to the AP.
According to Faggioli, Vigano spent his time in the U.S. cultivating relationships with conservative American Catholics who form part of the faction that opposes Francis.
Why have Vigano and others criticized Pope Francis?
Vigano and other conservative Catholics are against Pope Francis’s efforts to welcome back into the church Catholics who are gay or lesbian, or divorced and remarried, the Times reports. Conservative American Catholics have also criticized Francis for his progressive politics, including his desire to protect refugees and immigrants and stop climate change.
Vigano’s letter aimed to connect the issue of sex abuse in the church with the acceptance of homosexuality by Francis, even though he has not made any definitive changes on the church’s teachings on homosexuality.
“The seriousness of homosexual behavior must be denounced,” Vigano wrote, citing work by an academic to support his claim that “homosexual networks” are the reason for rampant abuse in the church.
The criticisms against Francis mark a rare moment of Catholic leaders coming out openly against the pope.
“This is something we’ve never seen. Usually accusations are made anonymously,” Faggioli says. “They don’t reach the global mainstream media. If you start condemning people, the legal ground is unclear. The problem is a few of the people accused might think that the safest thing is to start talking about other people and that is when the whole house of cards is going to collapse.”
I am prepared to state at this moment in time it is no longer possible to accuse any other human on earth of “rape”. How is this possible? It is because when all consensual sex may be regarded as “rape” then all sex is “rape” then it is impossible for rape to exist. In order for rape to exist there must be a clear definition of what rape is. It is honest to define “rape” as forced non-consensual sex where violence, drugs or extortion was used as a means of force. It is impossible for any human to engage in consensual sex with another and then suddenly decide that they changed their mind and would like to accuse that person of rape. It is impossible for an outsider to accuse another of rape as well. Any outsider including another person or institution in a position of authority; any who do this are abusing their authority.
All Lightworkers are now encouraged to support Pope Francis who in truth; has no desire to delve into the private sex lives of Priests or any other members of the Church. As long as you are engaging in recreational, consensual sex in private, it is nobody’s business.
Here is an important Letter.
Were You Very Influenced from Reading Romantic Novels?
Heavenletter #6439 Published on: September 12, 2018
Beloved, do handstands. Leap into the air! Reach the stars. No two days are obliged to be the same. Not every rose has to be the same shade. Not every day has to repeat itself. Nor must one day compete with another. Easy does it.
Nor are two loves replicas of any other.
And why does it break your heart that each love is different, and one seems more or less worthy than another, or do you always play the same card and your heart is broken and wilted once again regardless?
You haven’t figured it out. Do you always expect too much, or is it that you don’t expect enough?
Sometimes you feel you never loved enough, or you feel you were never, by a long-shot, loved enough. Either you settled or you were simply not up for more. You gave too much or too little, or what can you make of it?
Why do you keep playing the same cards over and over?
Were you perhaps trying to win or lose, or did you really have any say about it?
You wonder if other people keep casting past loves back and forth. What should you have done? What else could you have done?
Sometimes, in terms of love, you have no idea, yet it sure feels that something didn’t come out right. Or is it only an idea that there is a right or wrong or just what is. How do you know if you climbed a fence or fell down it?
There are times you are perfectly clear that you look around too much. You are not someone else. You never were, yet you have never quite tallied who or what you are .
You do feel that you missed some steps. Of course, too, you also missed some slip-ups.
You really can’t go back in life and try it out again. You will never know what might have been and what might not have been. How do you know, and when all is said and done, why do you care? Do you ponder more about the past than others, and why do you? You don’t succeed in getting the past fixed up. Did you ever learn anything anyway?
Where you too influenced from reading romantic novels?
You may have become sadder, yet you not wiser. How can anyone full know what is wiseest or all?
Sometimes you feel you learned so much, and sometimes you are certain you learned nothing at all.
And, yet, honestly, would you choose another life? You can’t undo the life you led, no matter what. And you’re not done yet.
It never have been easy for you to make up your mind.
Sometimes you think that once a fool, twice a fool. Surely, you are a fool to weep over the past, that which is done and over with — or apparently not. You are not even sure what was good and what was not good, and how on earth would anyone know?
How did you, in this life, ever have the nerve to advise anyone else? You haven’t learned all that much but to rue. A fine how-do-you-do this is.
You see you’re like Lady MacBeth. “Out, damned spot.” Only you really don’t know what you have so much to rue beyond the fact that too many dreams did not come true, and why do you waste so much time thinking about why you aren’t more like other people, and why you ponder the past so? If you didn’t like the past that much, then why keep going on and on about it? Why don’t you get on a different bus now?
Please start living your own lives and stop pretending that you have been placed here on Earth to serve as the keepers and judges of others. Do not be afraid to show your support for our Brother Pope Francis.
Here is a song for you by a band called Art Fact “Whom are you crying for?” Pay attention to the lyrics my Darlings.
Support Pope Francis and remember that the use of shame, fear and lies as a means to control the population is no longer acceptable and it is no longer possible for them to hide what they do from you.