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NET24 – Implementation; Finding Balance


New Era Transition #024 – Implementation; Finding Balance – Sept. 11, 2017

Machiventa Melchizedek, Planetary Manager and Planetary Prince


Implementation of programs

Comment on “The Lessons of History”

The Covenant with Abraham

Presentation of this material

Finding the balance in life

Movement from theoretical to pragmatic

Consider the intention of what you are doing

TR: Daniel Raphael, PhD

Team members present: Roxanne Andrews, Liz Cratty, Doug Dodge


September 11, 2017

MACHIVENTA: Good morning, this is Machiventa; let us begin.

Implementation of programs

Some of you are feeling the excitement of implementation. Some of you see this more clearly than others, and some of you are directly involved in what is occurring in the developments that are upon us. You understand that I am the Planetary Manager and that my work involves overseeing these programs and assisting the angelic corps and the midwayers and many others to work together in the programs that Monjoronson as the Social Architect of these programs has designed. You and the midwayers are feet on the ground; you are our “sandals on the ground” rather than the boots on the ground. This is a peaceful endeavor and one which is persevering and continuing and immensely intentional.

Urantia is unique in that it is a planet that is under the intentional social, political, economic and spiritual evolution of its origins, origins that went askew long ago, but now are getting back on track. And when I say, “back on track,” does not mean that everything is working fine, but simply that we have begun. Our intention is clear; the programs work together as many shingles on a roof so that everything complements each other. There is a oneness to the whole, though much of the oneness has yet to be initiated. We could not do this without you as you are our co-creative partners in this, as are the midwayers who are co-creative with you. You have much to rely upon and many resources that are available to you. It is much too early to report on any program progress or project progress at this time. I will leave that to another time as we can note it and share that with you. If you have questions, please bring them forward.

Comment on “The Lessons of History”

Liz: Good morning, Machiventa, my friend Jeff Cutler has sent a question for you today. This is a quote from a book called, “The Lessons of History” by Will and Ariel Durant, and he asks for your comment on this quote: “That nature smiles at the union of freedom and equality in our utopias, for freedom and equality are sworn and everlasting enemies, and when one prevails, the other dies. Leave men free and their natural inequalities multiply almost geometrically, as in England and America in the 19th Century under lays a laissez faire. To check the growth of inequality, liberty must be sacrificed, as in Russia in 1917. Even when repressed, inequality grows; only the man who is below the average in economic ability desires equality. Those who are conscious of superior ability desire freedom, and in the end, superior ability has its way.”

MACHIVENTA: What is missing from this quote and the insight of the authors is the evident narrow-mindedness of humans to be egalitarian while being free. It is necessary that there is compromise, but more than compromise there must be compassion and empathy within the individual. The interpretations and reflections of the authors are very narrow, that they take into account only a narrow interpretation of the events of these revolutions in Russia and the United States and the developments of the ‘20s. There is a lack of planetary perspective that is evident here; there is not the perspective of what is good for all people. This is an essential part of being a human, of being humanitarian is to consider the freedoms of others, rather than selfishly expressing your own at the expense of others. These individuals have graduated and now they understand more fully what they could have written in that book. We thank you for your question.

The Covenant with Abraham

Liz: Thank you very much. I have another question: In my study group we have been reading about the great covenant with Abraham, and according to the Urantia Book, this is the great Urantian agreement between Divinity and humanity, whereby “God agrees to do everything, man only agrees to believe God’s promises and follow his instructions.” Now, I understand that during these times, grace was thought to be acquired through sacrifice and that that was something that needed to be remedied. I’m wondering if there is a broader, more important interpretation for the modern times of this particular phrase, “God agrees to do everything, and man only agrees to believe

God’s promises and follow his instructions.”

[This is Daniel: What is this business about sacrifice? It’s like a blip in the middle of a good question.

Liz: In the context of the times, when Abraham was alive, they thought to curry favor with God by offering sacrifices—animal sacrifices—and that’s the historical context of this particular event. The covenant was made with Abraham that faith is the only necessary key to the kingdom.]

MACHIVENTA: One moment. Within the context of that agreement regarding sacrifice, what was involved in the kernel of the thought in the times of the statement that man, humanity, only has to have faith. It was a momentous step in the religious/spiritual evolution of the beliefs of the time by Abraham, that this was the moment that the human sacrifice was changed to animal sacrifice. This is a significant and important juncture in the primitive belief system of an ancient tribe. Human sacrifice was thought necessary as this is the highest gift that could appease an “angry god” and to seek favor by the humans.

Let us strive to apply this to modern times and to that interpretation, i.e., belief is only necessary and God will do everything else, then you have completely missed the point of the Correcting Time as given by Christ Michael. These must not be confused or amalgamated, but must be taken separately. There was much that was repugnant to us in the belief system of the ancient Hebrews. Sacrifice of the oldest son is abominable and needed to have been changed, and yes, Abraham was spoken to by his Thought Adjuster at that time in the form of an angel, that sacrifice of the oldest son was no longer necessary and that the best of a herd of cattle or sheep would be sufficient to satisfy that ritual.

You understand that this was a contextual situation for the times of that ancient religion?

Liz: Yes, I do. And so my question is, nevertheless the Urantia Book calls it the “great agreement between Divinity and humanity,” and because I do understand the ancient context, if there is a context in modern times for this particular statement.

MACHIVENTA: Yes, there is, and the context is this: That when you have true faith and you have true understanding of the benevolence of God, you will understand that your behavior must likewise reflect that goodness. There is no sacrifice necessary other than the sacrifice of your ego, your selfishness, and your need to dominate and control others. There is a need to sacrifice your anger, your own wrath to become loving and kind to yourself and to others as God is to you. Were this the case in all people to have this kind of faith, then your world would be much different and there would be peace among you at this time. As you can see, that did not become the “peace that passes all understanding” and the sacrifice that is necessary to bring about a stable and peaceful society has not occurred. Therefore, the agreement between humanity and God has been violated by humanity and not fulfilled. What is necessary to fulfill that now is the co-creative participation of Divinity and humans in the work to bring your world into peace, stability and social sustainability, and eventually the Days of Light and Life. This is a most difficult process and project to initiate and one which will take centuries to culminate. Do you see this difference now?

Liz: Yes, of course, I do. Thank you very much for your answer.

Presentation of this material

Roxie: I have two questions from readers. The first one, a reader feels that he does not have the credentials to present this material to schools and other avenues of interest and he would like to know how people like him can be of assistance to those who are presenting this material. He asks, “Following on from Machiventa’s responses to Liz in NET #21 concerning Melchizedek Schools of Leadership, is it possible to clarify how the largely non-academic readership can assist Jeff Cutler, Daniel, and others in their efforts to bring this material to the attention of educators at the university level, as well as in secondary and elementary schools?”

MACHIVENTA: One moment. We can appreciate your humility in presenting this material to the broader society you live in. You do not need to have credentials to present this to individuals who are educational or cultural leaders in your community. You simply have this in hand and see it and recognize it as valuable and that it may be of assistance to those in those situations and those positions of influence, particularly in education. The receptivity you see will be seen at the level where social difficulties are most prevalent in the school environment, particularly in your in middle schools, junior high, and secondary schools. This is where the educators are meeting the face to face problems that children are having as they move from childhood into adulthood.

This is where answers are most readily accepted, where there is an opportunity to nurture thoughts of other possibilities and probabilities, rather than the trite way of educating children in those ages. Many educators are looking for new ways of presenting the materials, new ways of reflecting upon the society in ways that children in secondary schools can understand, and ones that help the teachers and administrators believe in what they are doing for the long-term and the strategic good of the nation and their society.

Think not of This One, or the others who are working at the university level, but think of your local community and the problems that they are having. Get to know your principal, teachers, administrators, and your district superintendents, so that they may come to know you personally and that you come with a gift to them. Ensure that what you provide to them is innocuous, that it does not have material in it that may be offensive. This One had the experience of presenting an early copy of “Understanding Social Sustainability” that contained references to his channeling and psychic abilities. This was shocking to the individual who received it, and because of that it was not carried forward to his peers and to others who might receive this information gladly, therefore it was kept from the larger audience. “Clean copies” are available from the web site of This One.

Roxie: Machiventa, our avid reader in Russia, who is in the process of planning to create an intentional community that is based on the 7 core values, has several questions concerning the development of the monetary or other system based on higher values. Will you entertain his questions on this topic?

MACHIVENTA: The monetary system is the least of your concerns.

Roxie: Then I do not have any other questions. He had a long list of 7 questions that we will have to leave for another time. Thank you.

Finding the balance in life

Doug: I have a question. Since the 21st of August, you said was the inauguration of events, I feel compelled to abandon my leisure time to work harder on these projects. I feel like I should abandon my daily routines as well, to try to work harder. Is that becoming too fanatical or is there a balance there in my urges?

MACHIVENTA: You have the answer right on the tip of your tongue—it is a matter of balance. You must have leisure time, and you must have activities that are good for you, as well as activities that are good for society. You do not have to do everything at once, and we ask that you truly do not take a fanatical lopsided perspective of this work. Thank you for your question.

Doug: Thank you.

MACHIVENTA: Hearing no more questions, are we at a close?

(Group: No more questions.)

Movement from theoretical to pragmatic

As you can see from the context of our discussions, we have moved from the theoretical to the pragmatic, from that which is simply a concept to that which is applicable. This causes a shudder, sometimes a stutter, and sometimes a hesitation in the questions and in the development of thought. The question now for many of you is, “How do I apply myself?” as we heard in the last question. Do I dedicate all my life to this, or does it become a wonderful part of my life and living? It is the latter. The question asked beforehand about to whom do you share this information. That is to be done locally, with considerations for values and for how this work contributes to your society. This work must dovetail with families and education; these are the two primary social institutions in any society that give that society the possibility and probability of entering into a future existence which may become more stable and peaceful.

Consider the intention of what you are doing

What is important, too, is to consider the intention of what you are doing. It is important that this be done locally by individuals who believe in the material, who believe that others would believe in it too—those individuals who share like-opinions, like-values and like-concerns for their community and their children and next generations. This is a very definite, evident, and necessary part of the implementation and how to pragmatically move ahead. When you ask, there will be times in your meditations where you will receive answers, and to ensure that, please enter into your meditation with an intention. It can be a very loosely devised intention that would help you and help your community as you are best able to. Your Thought Adjuster, your Guardian, and your Celestial Teachers have thoughts about how to assist you in fulfilling that portion of your life that you seek to find meaning in, and for this we give great thanks. Good day.

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