Shaking Things Up!
Breaking Down Established Thought Patterns
The Alpha and Omega Order of Melchizedek is the order of Light, of Love. It’s as well to understand that everything has it’s dark or shadow side, so there’s also a dark Melchizedek order, and they’re doing very good work, pushing people’s buttons, getting them into the light. But the Alpha and Omega Order of Melchizedek is actually hundreds of millions of members of the Order on the planet right now, often known as the Melchizedek Priesthood.
What happens is, when it’s time for a planet to start moving on, when it’s time for the people of a planet to start moving on, many, many of the Melchizedek priests and priestesses start incarnating. And they’re the troublemakers. Or they’re seen by established philosophical schools as troublemakers, because they just break everything up. “We ain’t takin’ that shit no more, ‘this is how it’s done’. We’ve got better ways of doing that.” That is what brings the walls down.
Established philosophical schools all operate within very, very definable parameters, and if you go outside those parameters, they’ll say to you, “Boy you’ve got no chance, you’ve stepped outside the confines of this philosophy.” And when I say stepped outside the confines of this philosophy, truly those words echo in the mind: all the times when you’ve actually done something which sort of winds things up, gets other people going, even just down to small things. For instance, what have we as the New Paradigm MDT/Shamballa family done to the Reiki work?! Shook it to its very foundations, especially in some of the European countries; it’s just come tumbling down around their ears.
Melchizedek: Consciousness of the Great Central Sun, director of this Cosmic Day in this Universe. The I Am Presence, or Monad, of John Armitage/Hari Das Baba