Thursday, February 28, 2013

GAIA PORTAL: Alignments with Gaia, Galactic, Cosmic Energetics




Alignments with Gaia, Galactic, Cosmic Energetics
by ÉirePort

Fortifications of purpose come to those aligning with Gaia energetics. Those of more Galactic essence find detachment from Gaia energetics may be necessary, as "humanity" transitions to "Hue-manity".

Those aligned with Gaia-purpose have been intensified energetically, and given clear instruction via Deep Heart Guidance.

Judgement of any kind of any humanity or Hue-manity unit serves none but surface-ego, and only allows veil illusion to appear to continue.

Alignment with Gaia energetics...
Alignment with Galactic energetics...
Alignment with Cosmic energetics...

Each has its function. Each is to be honored.

ÉirePort | February 28, 2013 at 18:52
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Thyssen Krupp Arms Maker Executive
to Become Vatican Banker

Ernst von Freyberg


http://ncronline.org/blogs/ncr-today/new-bank-head-has-nothing-do-arms-trade-vatican-says

New bank head has 'nothing to do' with arms trade, Vatican says
John L. Allen Jr.  |  Feb. 15, 2013 NCR Today

ROME

An appointment intended to nail down Benedict XVI's legacy as a financial reformer today threatened to stir controversy on another front, as a German lawyer and businessman with ties to a company that makes military warships was named the new president of the Vatican Bank.

The Vatican announced today that Ernst von Freyberg would become the new head of the embattled bank, which in recent months has faced charges of failure to comply with anti-money laundering standards and a lack of regulatory oversight.

In a statement released today, the Vatican hailed the "professional and moral excellence" of the 55-year-old von Freyberg, noting that he not only sits on the boards of multi-billion dollar global firms, but is also a member of the Knights of Malta and organizes pilgrimages to Lourdes on behalf of the Berlin archdiocese.

Yet during a briefing this morning to present the appointment, a journalist asked about his ties to the Hamburg-based Blohm + Voss Group, a shipbuilding and engineering firm where von Freyberg has served as chairman since 2012.

According to its web site, Blohm + Voss makes a wide range of commercial vessels, but it also includes warships among its product line. The site lists frigates, destroyers and patrol boats designed in the past for the navies of Nigeria, Argentina, Portugal and Germany.

The Vatican has said that von Freyberg will remain the chairman of Blohm + Voss. In that light, the journalist asked, is it appropriate for him to be spending part of the week making weapons and the rest working for the church?

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