When you live in the ‘burbs, you don’t have much of a yard. Every inch of land is precious. Between wildflowers and those purchased, this year the yard is just a splash of color – purple, orange, yellow, pink, fuchsia, red, violet and white. In late June, the brownings began. Seemingly isolated plants began looking burnt. We thought it odd and attributed it to a host of culprits; the sun, too much water, Japanese beetles, slugs, disease. Our solutions were all ineffective, as more and more spots showed up brown. The more I relied on Google and common knowledge and the more money I spent, the worse it became.
Until last Thursday. I watched my cat select a spot, dead center of the orange and now brown lilies, and relieve himself. The culprit was much closer than we had imagined.
You see, my cat has no feeling for me or my wishes or plans. He’s a cat. He likes the backyard. With an unusually warm winter and spring, he’s been out almost daily, randomly killing my flowers. He doesn’t care. His only motivation is completely self-serving. As we dilute and bring back the plants, we are also now concocting a non-invasive method to prevent further killings. We don’t want to hurt him, we want to stop him.
Perhaps I should have titled this “The cat and the cabal – an allegory”. As you read and learn more about the random killings of this group (cabal), you may at first want them dead. I understand that, yet there will always be more cats and cabals. Once the smell of urine is in a bed of plants, other cats are drawn in, curious about the possibility for killing (urinating). They will not, out of a sense of ownership, mark the same exact place, but they’ll understand that in this area, there are bathrooms everywhere. They can kill anywhere they like.
So, as we save what we can in our yard, we know that we cannot make our cat understand. He’s a cat. He’s single minded and determined. What we have to also do, is be ever watchful and prevent him from his senseless killing of our stuff. Our methods must do no harm and be implemented with love.
Our cat has been a member of my family for over a decade. He’s quirky, beautiful and talkative. He’s also lethal. Awareness is everything. Now we know. Our eyes are forever opened.
As I stop my cat’s ability to harm, we are faced with stopping the Illuminati. They are closer than we thought. In this time of waking up, don’t discount the distasteful because it is unpleasant. Accept it as helpful; use it to guide your decisions.
My cat will never stop wanting to be outside and “go” wherever he pleases. Yet he never counted on me. I can’t make him care about my lilies, but I can stop offering them to him as potential victims. Knowledge, protection and prevention assure my flowers will grow while my cat runs free.
We can do the same. We are a brilliant light force, here to illuminate a world. As the dark is exposed, we must stand there; eyes wide open and keep it from spreading further. Knowledge, protection and prevention are mandatory; they must be stopped.
It dawns on me that regardless of where I purchase a product, I am supporting a tiny group of families/corporations. (http://divinecosmos.com/start-here/davids-blog/1066-great-revealing) No matter which credit card I use all of the banks benefit. I am stopping my credit card usage and buying local while increasingly producing my own product. It is not easy, but I have to do something. My eyes are opened now.
Not everyone came here to do this. As you are reading these words, I suspect you did. We must stop feeding them from our coffers and providing places where they are able to flourish. Vigilance. I will have the flower filled yard I once did and we will all enjoy freedom and prosperity.
We are here to join as One. Persistence, love and trust amplify our light. The world needs the light that we are. As revelations shout out from our screens and broadcasts, just remain in your power and respond with the single thought – “What would love do?”
We are the ones we are waiting for.