To all the children of parents fighting the New World Order / Agenda 2030 / Build Back Better / Techno-Fascism / Bio-Tyranny / Transhumanism,
You are not alone.
Remember, your parents love you very much, and most likely you love them right back. Sadly, the world we knew is gone. Perhaps the parents, the way you knew them, have changed in front of your eyes. Very likely their truths are no longer aligned with your truths, or with what your peers believe, nor with what you learn in school and university. Which is exactly the opposite of how it used to be.
The young are supposed to rebel, not the old. But we live in extraordinary times. Although, this is not exactly a rebellion, rather a human / planetary defense mission. This sounds lofty, but the fact is, we are at war. Your parents are defending humanity. You should be very proud. Don’t worry that you don’t see it now. This is, after all, a war of deception, but later you will understand that you came from parents who stood up to tyranny.
Understand that when children, the elderly, along with other people are being attacked, parents cannot sit idly. They are not wired that way. True, a lot of parents don’t fight this fight. For whatever reason, they cannot, or will not decipher this war. It doesn’t mean the war doesn’t exist. We don’t know the answer to why some people see it, and some don’t. I believe this is a spiritual battle. Maybe some of us come with information that other souls don’t have. Once a parent sees it, they CANNOT let it go. It would be to go against our soul’s mission, our deepest truth, and our deepest instinct to protect humanity.
You will likely feel loss, confusion, anger, and sadness. My heart is heavy that this generation had to experience such a heavy burden at the beginning of their lives. But a heavy burden comes with the promise of light and rewards. When our controllers are removed, you will have your entire life in front of you. We will not, but this is our gift to you. Spend time on your feelings, feel your emotions, be gentle with yourself. Don’t worry, your parents will understand your puzzlement, your confusion. They very likely deeply regret that they only gave you tools to navigate peacetime, and did not prepare you for a time at war. But most parents didn’t know this was coming, and they are winging it, just like you are.
One day, hopefully soon, this will be over, and the conflict with your parents will be just a whisper in the wind. It may feel like a storm now.
Ride the wind, and then let the storm slowly turn into a breeze that will gently pass by, and all that will be left is a gentle brush on your cheek, reminding you of a parent’s tender touch.
Love to you all.
I am very grateful to Hege for sharing this letter with me today. Yesterday my college-age child cut me out of their life for the present time, because they could not tolerate our different worldviews and my commitment to this work. A few weeks ago, I finished Philip Pullman’s “The Subtle Knife.” The book, part of his “Golden Compass” series features a supporting character, Mary Malone, a physicist who keeps an I Ching poster in her office. I was intrigued, so I went out to FDR park in search of 50 yarrow stalks. I found them dried in a neglected perrenial bed near the parking lot. I gathered all 50, but lost one along the way and ended up replacing it with a feather I’d found on a hike in the New Jersey Pinelands (featured image). Tonight I tried out the stalks for the first time with a heavy heart about what had happened with my child. The number, 36 that came up – Darkening of the Light – felt appropriate. The future hexagram, 63 – After Completion – was more promising. So maybe it’s time for me to stay quiet and hide my light for a time until the signal comes to take a more active role in this great work on which we are all now embarked. In any event, I feel blessed by my small group of close friends who buoy me up and share their gifts, gifts like this letter. As my friend Cliff says, put your intentions out in the world and they will find their way. Perhaps Hege’s words will be a balm for other parents out there.