17th March 2010 11:20
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Marcel Messing: The Wake-Up Call...Interview by Bill Ryan
Marcel Messing: THE WAKE-UP CALL
Marcel Messing is a 21st century Renaissance Man: trained in anthropology, philosophy, and comparative religion, he is a writer, speaker, teacher and visionary for whom English is his fourth language. He has traveled widely, has studied in India, has written 25 books, and took time from writing his 26th to meet with me to give a fascinating interview in which he creates a strong bridge between the practical problems of our time, the plans and intentions of the controllers of Planet Earth, and our fundamental, unassailable, spiritual nature.
Marcel's own wake-up call occurred while visiting New York twenty years ago - a full decade before 9/11. Standing on top of the Empire State Building, he was looking at the Twin Towers... and saw them fall with his own eyes. Listen to the message that this remarkable man brings us in this video.
A terrible storm has descended upon the human world, and this is carrying us towards destruction.
[Bodhisattva Panden Dorje, the "Buddha Boy" of Nepal, still only 19 years old.]
'Man has been trained to believe that which he is told- whether it is truth or a lie, to the point now that man is simply victim of the lies. May light come forth that you may recover your pathway to truth'
"Only at the close of the present major cycle the whole world will join together in the sweetest hymn ever sung upon Earth: a divine anthem of international co-operation, global goodwill and united spiritual purpose"
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Journeyon (30th March 2014)
17th March 2010 11:43
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Marcel Messing wrote an wonderful booklet on the medieval troubadours and The Cathares in France.
Wonderful poems the troubadours wrote in the style of Nasrudin where Love is the beloved woman.
I can't find a link just yet but I will look for it and post them here.
Ah! Stupid me..hehehe, I forgot it is not translated into English. Sorry.
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17th March 2010 18:20
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