Acceptances - Rejections - Freewill

Let us propose that you are the Grand Mucky Muck of an island paradise in the South Pacific and you are oblvious to the rest of the world around you. You do not know that there is a larger planetary structure and that there is a ruler in charge of it. The day comes when the planetary prince has need of Mucky's service. However, were he to arrive with full regalia, he knows that Mucky and his people would be terrified. This poses a problem for the planetary prince. Mucky doesn't know or realize that the prince, early on, established a rule - freewill wherein any person has the right to say 'no'.  The prince is not willing to remove freewill from any of his subjects. So the proposition must be placed before Mucky.

This begs the question of how best to approach this island ruler.  Mucky has an established government for the rule of his people and he speaks for those people.  He has laws and those laws are enforced by force or threat of force. This is true for every government that has ever existed and it is the way of things. The planetary prince also has a government and has the ability to enforce his rules subject to the one condition of freewill.

Instead of arriving with an armada he comes with a small group of people and he arranges for his path to cross with Mucky's.
They appear as common people and put the prince's proposition before the island leader. Mucky now has the choice to get with the prince's program and to accept the proposition or not. The prince presents the arrangement using logic, reason and fact as the impetus that should inspire Mucky to see the wisdom of compliance. There is no force, or threat of force employed. Point in fact, Mucky isn't even aware that he is a small part of a larger dominion.

If Mucky chooses to accept the prince's proposal - he will (although he doesn't know it yet) receive protections and supports that are frankly beyond anything he can imagine. He will be brought into an inner circle wherein he will have a say in the administration of his dominion.

If Mucky chooses to decline the proposition - then the prince has the option of enforce his rule over his dominion of which Mucky is but a piece. Like any government, the prince's rule is not subject to the approval of any of its component elements and, like any other government, the test of rule is attached to the ability to enforce the will of that ruler.

During the course of my journey, I've arranged to cross paths with a variety of elements who are analagous to our friend Mucky.
Freewill was established and implimented to allow and to permit the application of choice - the ability to choose between right and wrong - good and evil. Before each was placed a simple proposal - service to the Creator Father.

This choosing was documented within the confines of the Apostle John's encrypted writings.

JOH 1:11  He came unto his own, and his own received him not.

JOH 1:12  But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name:

And so it has come to pass that those who were called have made their choices. Each choice carries with it a consequence.
This also is the way of things.

Another verse documents the reality.

REV 1:7  Behold, he cometh with clouds; and every eye shall see him, and they also which pierced him: and all kindreds of the earth shall wail because of him. Even so, Amen.

Those who chose poorly did so because their agendas were set into a platter of false beliefs even though there were a multitude of proofs placed before them.

These were:

1. That the prince could not enforce his will
2. That the proposition placed before them was ludicrous and the person purporting to be the prince was deluded.
3. That they were the greater power.
4. That they would accept no proposition unless they were the controlling agents.
5. That their beliefs supercede reality.

The words 'if' and 'belief' are, perhaps,the  two most dangerous words in language. With the former you can rationalize the later to any degree imagineable.

Now, there are individuals who would claim that it would be unfair for the prince to impose himself upon them when their government is something separate. They'd be wrong. The protocol is well documented within the confines of the Bible.
Moses, as leader of his people, spoke for his people. When he declared 'I am' as the god of  Israel, it became so for all Jews.
Few have taken note  that such declaratations always proceed from the leader of the group.  Thus, the God of Abraham, the God of Moses, of  Jacob and so on. So also it is with the governmental structures that have evolved through time regardless of the form of that government.

Judgement is individual and specific to that personl. Organizations have no say or play in these individual expressions of freewill, the choice between good and evil. Governments, on the other hand, are the organized ruling agents of territory and people. The prince will address himself to both groups. Those governments who chose poorly will recognize the breakdown of the the word 'late'. Late, later, latest........too late. Once freewill is executed and the rejection made - it is done.

From my vantage point - a long list of rejections is preferable to a long list of acceptances. The rejection liberates me from my own protocol whereas acceptance carries with it the the responsibility for they party making co-agency with me. Rejection frees while acceptance binds.

As I stated early on in the course of HQ - I'm not selling anything. Those who thought I wanted their acceptance worked from a false premise.

In the course of my journey, and this is particularly true as it relates to HQ. I've made no demands upon anyone.
I've asked for no aggrandizements (nor received) and certainly have constructed no 'cult'. Everything on HQ is a gift to be taken or left as the person chose. In the doing - I've committed no evil upon my fellows.

Caligastia
May 20, 2006