23 June 2017

World Religions Unite as Prelude to Extraterrestrial Disclosure ~ Michael Salla ~ 22 June 2017

What does this REALLY mean? An attempt to side-track Humanity's true direction towards full Sovereignty and liberation? Or an authentic endeavour to introduce Humanity to our true origins? As always, go with your inner (Higher) guidance.

I personally feel that we don't need another "religion"; I am hoping this term is used only as a transitory measure to wean people off the need for a religion.
According to Goode, the Nordic extraterrestrials outreach with religious leaders is likely to lead to the birth of a new global religion: “It is FULLY expected that over 90% of people of Earth will adopt this new ET Religion without question.”

Source: Exopolitics

Leaders from a diverse collection of religious communities issued an extraordinary statement for world unity in a video message released last week. The call to world unity is a prelude to disclosure of extraterrestrial life according to independent sources working with secret space program whistleblower, Corey Goode.

The world religious leaders came together on June 14 to make a joint statement through a video calling on people to embrace ideas of friendship and unity, and to overcome negativity and division in society. It is available in 16 languages and features leaders from Buddhism, Hinduism, Christianity, Islam, Judaism and other faiths.

("Make Friends" video)

A press release states: Each of the leaders contributed a personal statement for the exclusive purpose of creating this joint appeal. Ayatollah Al-Milani advises people to make friends with followers of all religions. Patriarch Bartholomew calls on the world to “recognize the beauty of God in every living human being”. Pope Francis and Rabbi Abraham Skorka demonstrate how their religious experiences have been enriched by their interfaith friendship. Grand Mufti of Egypt Shawki Allam stresses not to focus on differences between religious groups. The Dalai Lama calls for a deepening of spiritual friendship. Rabbi Jonathan Sacks says “One of the wonderful things about spending time with people completely unlike you is that you discover how much you have in common. The same fears, hopes and concerns.” Archbishop of the Church of Sweden Antje JackelĂ©n stresses the importance for society: “This should start a process that will take prejudices away and where new insights and hope is born.” The Archbishop of Canterbury adds that “It’s not complicated, start with sharing what we all share, which is the pleasure of conversation.”

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