I would just like to edit my conclusions.

Please refer to the comments by Torbin:


The Crabwood disc says:

"Beware the bearers of FALSE gifts & their BROKEN PROMISES.Much PAIN but still time.EELIE1366E.There is GOOD out there.We oPpose DECEPTION.COnduit CLOSING,"

So, the title of my blog is wrong and perhaps also much of my conclusions. Maybe readers will still find some of the information useful on their search.
A Crop glyph formation at Crabwood with an Alien face holding CD with ASCI code message reads:
"Beware the bearers of FALSE gifts & their BROKEN PROMISES.
Much PAIN but still time.
There is GOOD out there.
COnduit CLOSING [bell sound]"

The word 'EELrijue' was not a 'mistake' that some have interpreted to be the word 'believe', but it has the intentional meaning of:
'Editable, Executable Library of a multitude' and it is referring to the infinitely evolving Collective Consciousness. The fact that this word was 'corrupted' in the crop formation seems to me to be indicating that for humanity, our Collective Consciousness is 'corrupted' or possibly even 'tampered with'. The 'false gifts and broken promises' bearers are the ETs depicted in the glyph, who are commonly referred to as the 'greys' who made agreements with the United States government for genetic experimentation in exchange for technological 'gifts'. The messengers want us to know that they are the benevolent messengers who also sent the 'Aricebo Reply' crop glyph along with the humanoid face.

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Sunday, January 11, 2009

Divine Providence

Synchronicity and Divine Providence
From: Romano Guardini “The Art of Praying”
In the Sermon on the Mount, as an example of how God feels about the needs of His creatures, Christ points to the birds who neither sow nor reap and to the lilies of the field who neither toil nor spin. This, at first sight, would appear just as a pious idyll, but then comes the sentence which shows how serious it all is: “Seek ye therefore first the kingdom of God, and His justice, and all these things shall be added unto you.”
This sentence expresses what Christ means the proper attitude of God’s children to be: that man should first seek the kingdom of God and His justice, that is, before and more than anything else. Man’s concern about the kingdom should be the center and mainspring of his life.
This is something very great and very difficult which fundamentally assumes that conversion or repentance which the Lord demands at the beginning of His message: “Do penance, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.”
Whoever thinks in this way is in agreement with God because he wishes that His kingdom and holy justice should come. Out of this understanding, Christ says, the course of events will fall into place around the faithful. Thus things, people, conditions, and destinies do not happen to us fortuitously but form a wholeness: the world of the individual. This wholeness differs according to the mentality and character of the person and, we may add, according to how far we allow for God’s sway in our lives.
The course of events is not predetermined like the working of a machine but rather is infinitely fluid, full of potentialities, and ready to submit to the will which is able to govern it. A deeper insight into man shows to what an extent the inmost attitude, often quite unconsciously, determines the course of our destiny. Therefore, for the individual who is prepared to submit to the will of God, this destiny will be quite different from that of the man who acts according to his own obstinate and at the same time uncertain will.
Moreover—and this is the decisive factor—the world is in the hands of God. The laws of nature are His servants. Out of the hearts of men He orders the course of events, in each one of the individual worlds as well as in the world as a whole. Whenever, therefore, the human heart shares with Him the holy care for the kingdom, the word fulfills itself according to which “to them that love God, all things work together unto good.” This does not mean that the man who has submitted to the will of God will be spared pain and sorrow, but it does mean that he will have what he needs and that everything that happens, including the misfortunes, serves the true end of his life.
The message of Providence demands something very great of man: that he should make the care for God’s kingdom the prime care of his life. It promises him something equally great: that the events which take place around him occur in a very special way and shape an existence which is determined by God’s care for his particular good.
This promise is not a fairy tale but reality. But it is not that reality which is actually before us—in other words, a reality of nature or history—but the reality which springs from God. But again, it is not a kind of mysterious reality outside nature and history, but right in their midst. It is not apprehended, like a fairy tale, with our imagination, nor, on the other hand, like things of immediate actuality, by natural observation and intellect. Providence is apprehended through the eyes of faith. We hear of it through the word of God; and having staked our faith on this reality we find it actually does come into being. The world, such as it is, always seems to contradict the working of Providence and our hearts are quickly perplexed and discouraged, so we must always renew our faith. Slowly we begin to see the underlying pattern—for instance, the meaning of an event, of an encounter, of a success or a failure.
We sense behind the forces and necessities which otherwise govern events a new power and a new purpose. We feel that we are included in a holy design which comes from God. This awareness may at times become very vivid and then again disappear. Often it will pervade our life merely as a feeling of quiet confidence. For the rest, it will be based on faith. The ultimate remains hidden and will be revealed only when, at the end of time, the kingdom of God is fulfilled. That which happens by Providence in the life of the individual is a part and an aspect of the coming world, in which, on a new earth and under a new heaven, the new man will live. This world is already in process of emerging around those who open themselves to Providence, but it will be revealed only at the end of all things.

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