Posted in 2021

Making Changes

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There is a lot of conversation going on about sexual abuse.  It is a topic that has been swept under the carpet for millennia.  There are good men in this world, so I am told, and I personally know quite a few, but men can be considered “good men” and still denigrate women.  Men can abuse, rape, beat and control women and still be considered a “good man” in a world that is still dominated by Patriarchy.

It almost seems ridiculous that women in this 21st Century still need to be careful of what they wear; who cannot walk down the street after dark by themselves; who can’t take a stroll through the park; who have to let people know where they are going and call them when they get there in order to ensure their safety.  We are still in a world where a woman walking down a street during the day has to deal with a minefield of avoidance – catcalls, whistles, comments, men following, walking too close, ‘accidently’ touching inappropriately.  And men thinking it’s OK, women thinking it’s normal – to be expected. Normal. 

We live in a culture where men blame the woman’s choice of clothes for their actions.  Do men really not understand just how pitiful that argument is?  Really?  You guys are so unable to control your Self?  I’m sorry.  That one just doesn’t hold up any more.  And neither do any of the other excuses.

I recently learned of sexual abuse happening very close to home.  A number of women have recently told me of abuse in their lives.  Emotional abuse, sexual abuse, rape.  Even though I haven’t escaped this, it still rocked my world.  I started to talk a little more openly about it with my friends.  I don’t think I have a single woman friend who has not been abused in some manner.  The official figure is that 1 in 3 women is sexually abused.  That figure is a million times too high, but only covers physical sexual abuse. What about the rest? In my corner of the world – a modern First World country – every single woman I know has suffered sexual abuse of some kind.  It’s just not good enough.

So what is happening on an Energetic level?  Why is this coming to the surface right now?  In this case, the Energy is very strong and several of my friends have been affected over the last few months.  I am starting to see many, many more people finding that experiences from their past are re-surfacing.  In some cases it’s experiences of their ancestors’ lives that are being discovered and affecting the the lives of those living today. 

In late 2019 I was told that each individual’s Karma, of a specific Energy, was going to start to come up to be cleared and that it was essential that we started to work on this.  I was told that if we ignored this call it was likely that it would be brought up-front-and-forward and unable to be avoided.  This is one of those things. 

What is this Karmic Imbalance that needs so desperately to be cleared?  I’ve mentioned it before – it’s the 17/8 ATKI.  Atlantean Technology Karmic Imbalance.  This is the Energy that brought down Rome, that is building to bring down the USA.  The Priesthood of Atlantis misused their power.  They appropriated wealth; mis-used technology that could have brought benefit to their society; messed with human DNA…..   does this sound familiar?

So how do we deal with this?  We start with each individual

So many people – especially those who call themselves Lightworkers or Starseeds – fell into the trap in the last year or so, of thinking change could happen by making a lot of noise.  Much Energy was put into the world, under the guise of raising awareness, of recognising the many things that are wrong in our society.  Racism and sexual abuse of all kinds are only two such topics.  Anger and fear grew.  Violence took to the streets. 

Not Ever has violence and war and bloodshed, fear and anger, ever brought Peace to the world.  If these things brought about Peace, Compassion, Love, Understanding and Acceptance we’d have been living in our Golden Age for a long time already. 

Krone Auri’An

This is how change really starts. With the lone voice of a boy – a young man standing up to give a speech at his school. With a new generation quietly and effectively refusing to follow the same path as their older generation. Nothing is going to change whilst the abusive culture is still ‘acceptable,’ ‘normal.’  We need to educate our young people to see that there is a different way.

Will it happen quickly that way? No. It won’t, although we can get thereeventually if we stop making noise and trying to do it all right now.  In this lifetime.

We can get there if we teach our young ones that Respect above all else is important. We can get there if we can understand and work towards a generational change.  There is a reason that many indigenous cultures talk about Seven Generations.  We need to work on this in a way that teaches our young ones what is not acceptable – and what is.

Please watch this speech given by a young man at one of Brisbane’s prestigious private schools. I believe he is someone worth watching. 

This is how we start.

Gy’ Shé em

Krone Auri’An

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