On The Threshold of a Dream

Ray Bilger's pictureSubmitted by Ray Bilger on Thu, 10/07/2010 – 11:38

by Ray Bilger

I was originally given the opportunity to either speak today, Oct. 10, or sometime in late November.  Although I thought the Nov. date would perhaps be easier, because the event I am here to talk about would have already happened, I saw a greater challenge in speaking today, to help shed light on this profound moment in time.

There are several indicators that clearly point to the fact that we, both as individuals and as a planet, may be standing precipitously on the threshold of a dream.  What is this dream?  It is each of us, and the entire planet, realizing our place, our destiny among the stars, as part of a confederation of planets whose inhabitants understand we are not alone, and could never be alone in Creator’s vast universe, that we are in fact all related.

This confederation of planets has existed for countless eons, but it has taken a remarkably long period of time for those who dominate, by their control of this planet, to finally relinquish enough of that control to allow a much needed bit of truth to come through to us.

Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics clearly depict flying saucers, and so do ancient Mayan inscriptions and art.  And other ancient cultures show similar things, which leads us to believe we have been visited many times over thousands (and probably tens-of-thousands) of years.  So, thousands of people have seen thousands of unusual craft in the skies for thousands of years.

It is, however, more recent developments that seem to indicate that some great event may be looming on the horizon in our near future.  How near?  How about November of this year, 2010?  Consider the following:

On Nov. 6-10, 2009, the Vatican’s Pontifical Academy of Sciences convened a conference on the possibility and implications of extraterrestrial life.  Vatican member Monsignor Corrado Balducci said, “We do not find any direct reference to extraterrestrial life in the Bible, but it neither excludes their existence.  Since God’s wisdom and omnipotence has no limits and is infinite… the existence of other inhabited planets is highly probable.”  He went on to say, “If they are indeed superior to us, [they] can help and support us in our spiritual development.”  Wow!  Who would have ever thought the Vatican would make such an announcement, but there you have it.

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