The End Times? No. A New Genesis.

Beginnings lead to endings. Endings lead to beginnings. It is the breath of life.

Each beginning is a transformed beginning.  Each beginning is different to previous beginnings. Each beginning is a delicate, sacred act. Often unseen, unnoticed.

Endings are endings only of a phase. To be sure, they might be phases that we have become very fond of, and their endings may cause great pain and grief.

There is much focus on the ending of our world. The ending of civilisation. As we know it. On death and destruction. This may well be true.

And here we are. You. Me. Hundreds of thousands, no, millions, like us. Visionaries. Healers. Teachers. Creatives. Warriors all. A compelling sense of purpose and mission. Unsuspectingly, quietly, recruited by The Cause.

We have allies from different dimensions, different worlds. We are legion.

I am ready. Let me be a Soldier



Here We Stand
Lyrics

Were we chosen to be the new beginning
Though the sun surrendered its last light
This age as we know is ending
But we’re ready, we’ve waited for this time

Here we stand at the genesis
As the world is awakening
A new day will start again
Here we stand at the genesis
Genesis

Is the answer a never ending battle?
Are we holding the promise yet to come?
I am ready, let me be a soldier
Marching toward a new millennium

Here we stand at the genesis
As the world is awakening
A new day will start again
Here we stand at the genesis
Genesis

We’ll start again
We’ll start again
We’ll start again
We’ll start again
Genesis

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