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Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of Nov. 18, 2017

Restored Republic via a GCR Update as of Nov. 18 2017 Compiled 12:43 am EDT 18 Nov. 2017 by Judy Byington, MSW, LCSW, ret, CEO, Child Abus...

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Sheldan Nidle's Brief Galactic Federation Update for November 16, 2017



Per Staffan
November 17, 2017

Sheldan Nidle (channeled messages)

Update November 16

Selamat Balik. Welcome to a brief update from Sheldan Nidle and the Galactic Federation.

We are on the brink of a prolonged dark era that has held us back for far too long. That obstacle is about to be transformed. Hang tight, as many Truths are being readied for disclosure. Much is happening behind the scenes that will smooth the way for an easy NESARA/GESARA transition. Countless wealth and Heaven’s supply are anticipated to be released.

Your quiet, non-violent revolution unfolds before your very eyes. The spiral of Heaven’s Light is rotating toward its final destination – your ascension to the 5th dimension.

The Ascended Ones are preparing to manifest and assist with your effortless transition to a more loving, peaceful and cooperative society.

As evidenced in your media, arrests are now taking place. You are living in constantly changing times. Like a willow tree, you are being asked to bend with the winds of change.

Use your affirmations. We are proud of the spiritual energies that you collectively are infusing into your reality. Look deep into your hearts and know that great changes are ever looming on your horizon.

In this Light, always remember that the never-ending and countless supply of Heaven is yours! So Be It! Selamat Gajun! Selamat Ja! (Sirian for Be One! And Be in Joy!)

Source: Sananda Website

"Banker Block" - ZAP Update - The Office of POOFness - 11.18.17

From: "The Office of Poofness" <2goforth@humanus.ca>
Date: Fri, November 17, 2017 3:44 pm

BANKER BLOCK

Zap Says


HI ALL

WELL, WE MANAGED TO GET THE FUNDS OUT AT THE LAST MINUTE BUT WITH THE WEEKEND WE CAN NOT GET THE CLEARANCE UNTIL MONDAY TO USE THE MONEY. THIS IS A BIG BLOW TO US TODAY. BUT, THANKS TO YOU MARY IS SAFE, HAS OXYGEN, AND SHELTER TILL SUNDAY SO WE ARE RELIEVED. SHE DOES NOT DESERVE TO DIE. IN ANSWER TO A FELLOW THAT ASKED WHAT IS WITH HER AND WHY I SUPPORT HER SO MUCH, I FIRST MET MARY ABOUT 10 YEARS AGO AND SHE DEVELOPED A PROJECT RE-DOING THE HIGHWAYS IN MEXICO AND HER GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS TO DO SO WILL MEAN A LOT TO THE MEXICAN PEOPLE AS WITHOUT GOOD HIGHWAYS, COMMERCE SLOWS OR STOPS. IF YOU HAVE GOOD ROADS, THEN TOWNS SPRING UP ALONG THE ROADS AND COMMERCE HAPPENS AND PROVIDES JOBS. SO HER METHOD OF HELPING PEOPLE IS AN EXCELLENT CHOICE. SHE HAS A FEW MILLION IN EQUIPMENT ORDERED AND DELIVERED FROM GERMANY AND WITH THE PROJECT FUNDING, WE CAN PAY THE MANUFACTURER AND GET THE EQUIPMENT OUT OF THE PORT IN TEXAS AND BEGIN THE ROADWORK CONTRACTS. THE USA HAS EXCELLENT ROADS AND LOOK AT THE COMMERCE. IF MEXICO HAS THE SAME, THEN THE MEXICAN PEOPLE CAN GET THEIR ECONOMY WORKING PROPERLY INSTEAD OF CONSTANTLY FIGHTING THEIR POVERTY ISSUES. JOBS ARE CREATED BY GOOD ROADS. I HOPE THAT EXPLAINS THAT.

BUT RIGHT NOW BECAUSE OF THE LAG TIME IN USING THE FUNDS, BOTH THE TEAM AND I ARE UNDER THE GUN TO PAY OVERDUE RENTS AND BASICS OF LIFE. THERE IS NO FOOD LEFT AS WE HAVE STRETCHED IT TOO FAR EVERYWHERE IN ANTICIPATION OF THESE FUNDS. SO I ASK FOR ME AND ALL OF US WORKING FOR HUMANITY TO ONCE AGAIN STEP UP AND HELP OUT. THE MOST IMPORTANT ITEMS ARE SHELTER AND COMMUNICATIONS THOUGH, WITH FOOD COMING AFTER THESE.

YOUR HELP THIS TIME WILL UNDOUBTEDLY BE THE LAST WE WILL NEED TO GET OVER THE HUMP. THERE ARE A FEW OF YOU THAT HAVE ASKED ME PRIVATELY FOR SOME HELP WHEN THE FUNDS ARRIVE, AND YOU BET I WILL AND VERY HAPPY TO DO SO. I WILL NOT BE ABLE TO DO EVERYBODY ON THE FIRST ROUND, BUT I WILL DO MY BEST TO SPREAD IT AROUND FOR THE CRITICAL CASES. THE SECOND ROUND COMES IN BY END OF THIS MONTH FOR THE PROJECT SIDE, SO THERE WILL BE ENOUGH THERE TO TAKE CARE OF THE REST.

I HAVE BEEN BLESSED WITH THE MOST AMAZING BUNCH OF GUYS AND GALS DOING THIS WORK WITH ME, AND I ANTICIPATE MANY MORE TO COME IN AND LEND THEIR TALENTS FOR OUR HUMANITY. THESE CAREER MOVES WILL BE LONG TERM, AND AGE IS NOT A FACTOR. I DO NOT CARE HOW OLD YOU ARE AND THAT YOU CAN NOT GET A JOB BECAUSE OF AGE, I CARE ABOUT YOUR WISDOM AND EXPERIENCE. THOSE ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS WE NEED, NOT THE AGE THING THAT OTHER COMPANIES USE AS A DIPSTICK AGAINST YOU. I VERY MUCH WANT TO GET AS MANY VETERANS ON BOARD AT THE SAME TIME AS THEY HAVE A DIFFERENT AND DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF THE HUMAN CONDITION.

SO THERE’S A FEW THOUGHTS TO PONDER IN BETWEEN MY REQUEST HERE. WE NEED A STRONG RESPONSE TO GET OVER THIS LAST WEEKEND BEFORE FUNDING HITS TO KEEP ALL OF US ALIVE AND KICKING.

AGAIN MY DEEPEST THANKS FROM MY HEART TO YOUR HEART. GOD BLESS.

LOVE AND LIGHT
IN OUR SERVICE
ZAP

Guest Posts Regarding the RV/GCR & More for Sat. Morning - 11.18.17



This is compilation of all guest posts submitted as of Saturday Morning, November 18, 2017. All guest posts that are more than 5 paragraphs in length, deemed important, contains images or is a response to another post will be considered it's own post.

Note: This post will be continuously updated with more entries as they are submitted. ~ Dinar Chronicles

Another Note: Arrangement of Guest Posts is top to bottom. Each newly added Guest Post will be at the top rather than at the bottom. ~ Dinar Chronicles

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"Timeline Switch"

Entry Submitted by Jeff Walker at 12:54 AM EST on November 18, 2017


I am asking anyone who may know...and I know someone does. HOW TO I DIRECT THE TIMELINE OR JUMP INTO ANOTHER TIMELINE WHERE THE RV WILL HAPPEN TOMORROW? I CAN NOT ...DO NOT HAVE THE LUXURY OF WAITI G ANY MORE AFTER A CERTAIN DATE. Exploring my options.

LOVE U ALL

J.

"Poem: Children Learn What They Live" by One of the Lightworkers - 11.18.17

Entry Submitted by One of the Lightworkers at 12:40 AM EST on November 18, 2017

Hello IDC Family!

Sharing this wonderfully insightful poem, "Children Learn What They Live", written by Dorothy Law Nolte. This is the original long form, there is an author approved short form available via the Internet, not included in this post. This poem influenced my mother, and subsequently, my life. It has honed my focus and interactions, especially in life's teaching moments. Each of us is a teacher by what we think, say and do, even if teaching is not your profession or calling. May each of us remember to honor children of all ages with love and respect as we go about our work each day, and in humanitarian projects as they are planned, developed and implemented.

Sending Light, Love and Peace to All!

- One of the Lightworkers

http://www.blinn.edu/socialscience/ldthomas/feldman/handouts/0801hand.htm

CHILDREN LEARN WHAT THEY LIVE

Dorothy Law Nolte


If a child lives with criticism,
he learns to condemn.

If a child lives with hostility,
he learns to fight.

If a child lives with fear,
he learns to be apprehensive.

If a child lives with pity,
he learns to feel sorry for himself.

If a child lives with ridicule,
he learns to be shy.

If a child lives with jealousy,
he learns what envy is.

If a child lives with shame,
he learns to feel guilty.

If a child lives with encouragement,
he learns to be confident.

If a child lives with tolerance,
he learns to be patient.

If a child lives with praise,
he learns to be appreciative.

If a child lives with acceptance,
he learns to love.

If a child lives with approval,
he learns to like himself.

If a child lives with recognition,
he learns that it is good to have a goal.

If a child lives with sharing,
he learns about generosity.

If a child lives with honesty and fairness,
he learns what truth and justice are.

If a child lives with security,
he learns to have faith in himself and in those about him.

If a child lives with friendliness,
he learns that the world is a nice place in which to live.

If you live with serenity,
your child will live with peace of mind.

With what is your child living?

Source: Canfield, J. & Wells, H. C. (1976). 100 ways to enhance self-concept in the classroom: A handbook for teachers and patents. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Zimbabwe: Various Organizations Set to March with Army

VARIOUS ORGANISATIONS SET TO MARCH IN SOLIDARITY WITH ZIM ARMY

The army arrested several ministers and Zanu-PF officials this week following the sacking of vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa.




Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe. Picture: AFP

President Robert Mugabe
ZANU PF

Hitekani Magwedze & Masechaba Sefularo | about 2 hours ago

HARARE
- Various organisations are set to march today in solidarity with the army following Monday’s military take over which saw President Robert Mugabe confined to his home.


The army arrested several ministers and Zanu-PF officials this week following the sacking of vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa.

Civil rights organisations churches and ordinary citizens are today expected to take to the streets in a peaceful demonstration.

The social justice movement Tajamuka’s Ostalos Sibiza says one of their demands is for President Mugabe to be removed from office.

“Robert Mugabe must go, that’s a demand beyond any negotiation. He must leave office.”

He says the march is also a peaceful endorsement of the army’s actions.

“That march is going to be characterised by roses and the military and its members is going to be there because there’s a co-existence between the military and the Zimbabwean people at this very moment in time.”

The Southern African Development Community leaders meeting in Botswana are expected to make recommendations on the current state but Sibiza says their intervention at this point is unwelcome.

YOUNG PEOPLE CALL FOR CHANGE

Young people say they see the apparent impending regime change in Zimbabwe as an opportunity to turn the economy around.

The neighbouring country’s military took over the government on Monday, confining Mugabe to house arrest and arresting some of his ministers.

Following the country’s economic meltdown and chronic cash shortage, Zimbabwe introduced bond notes worth a dollar each to ease the crisis.

The Zimbabwean National Students Union’s Treasure Basopo says young people have endorsed the military takeover.

“We’re driven by the passion to see the populace becoming better off. So as students we endorse the decision, we’re happy with it simply because they are talking of trying to remove him so that the economy can perform better.”

Coalition of Unemployed Graduates Nqobizitha Mlambo says talks of any future cannot happen without the involvement of the youth.

“So this is now the platform on how we want to charter our country going forward through a roadmap. How do we industrialise, so they can’t talk about that without the necessary ways of young people.”

It’s still unclear how far the talks between the president and the army have advanced but Zimbabweans seem to have one explicit demand: Mugabe must go.

ZANU-PF STANDS FIRM

Mugabe, at Zimbabwe’s helm since independence from Britain in 1980, faces the starkest challenge ever to his rule after the army seized power on Wednesday, saying it was targeting “criminals” around the nonagenarian leader.

Zanu-PF called on Friday for Mugabe to resign, the main state newspaper The Herald reported, a clear sign that the aging leader’s authority has collapsed after the army takeover.

The newspaper said that Zanu-PF branches in all 10 provinces had met and had also called for Mugabe’s wife Grace, whose ambitions to succeed her husband triggered the political crisis, to resign from the party.

A senior member of Zanu-PF earlier told Reuters the party wanted their long-time president gone.

“If he becomes stubborn, we will arrange for him to be fired on Sunday,” the source said. “When that is done, it’s impeachment on Tuesday.”

The Herald reported that Zanu-PF would convene a special Central Committee meeting on Sunday to “realign the revolutionary party with current political developments”.

Pointedly, the military said it “fully supports” a “solidarity march” - apparently separate from the Zanu-PF event - in Harare on Saturday, part of an apparent groundswell of anti-Mugabe sentiment unleashed by the dramatic events of the past few days.

The army said it had been “approached by several private volunteer organisations seeking to freely move and express their desires” and they could do so if they were orderly and peaceful.

Harare has been calm as the coup has unfolded but the armed forces also said in a statement that “people have been warned against looting”.

The army appears to want Mugabe to go quietly and allow a transition to Mnangagwa.

A goal of the generals is to prevent Mugabe handing power to his wife, Grace, 41 years his junior, who appeared on the cusp of power after Mnangagwa was pushed out.

Mugabe, 93, who calls himself the grand old man of African politics, looks to be running out of options.

The army is camped on his doorstep. Grace Mugabe is under house arrest and her key political allies are in military custody.

All the main pillars of Mugabe’s rule have turned on him or have offered no support.

The police have shown no resistance, while Chris Mutsvangwa, the leader of Zimbabwe’s influential war veterans, said on Friday that Mugabe would not be allowed to resist the military and remain in power.

And Zanu-PF, which built a cult of personality around its leader, has now deserted him.

Mugabe is revered by some as an elder statesman and independence leader but also reviled by many in Africa and abroad who accuse him of resorting to violence to retain power while running a once promising economy into the ground.

The economy collapsed after the seizure of white-owned farms in 2000. Unemployment is now running at nearly 90% and chronic shortages of hard currency have triggered inflation, with the prices of imports rising as much as 50% a month.

Source: Eyewitness News

Zimbabwe President Mugabe's Billion Dollar Fortune Exposed

Mugabe’s money: Zimbabwe’s president’s billion dollar fortune exposed

ROBERT Mugabe’s $1 billion fortune and lavish lifestyle has come to light with the Zimbabwean president under house arrest.


Megan Palin@megan_palin
news.com.au
NOVEMBER 18, 2017 3:00PM


ZIMBABWE’S embattled president Robert Mugabe is reportedly worth more than $1 billion despite his country being one of the poorest in the world.

Mugabe’s wealth has come under the microscope as he remains under house arrest in his lavish “Blue Roof” Harare compound — which has more than 25 bedrooms — following a military coup earlier in the week.

The 93-year-old dictator has accumulated significant wealth during his rule — under which thousands of people have been killed — over the past 37 years.

Local media reports suggest a small part of his fortune was reaped from Zimbabwe’s diamond deposits.

Mugabe owns the Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Co., but the bulk of is reportedly squandered from the country’s wealth. Mugabe has repeatedly been accused of stealing from the country’s coffers and 15 acres of land during land seizures in 2000.

According to a 2001 US diplomatic cable, later released by the whistle-blowing organisation WikiLeaks, Mugabe has about $1.75 billion-worth of assets, mostly invested outside Zimbabwe.

It said that while reliable information was difficult to find, there were rumours his assets “include everything from secret accounts in Switzerland, the Channel Islands and the Bahamas to castles in Scotland”.

Opposition politicians have claimed the Mugabes own 14 farms in the bankrupt country, which would be in contravention of the constitution, which limits land holdings. The best known is the Omega Dairy farm, one of the largest dairy farms in southern Africa. Although the family has claimed not to be wealthy, Mugabe has flaunted his wealth in the past. Just three years ago, he famously dined on elephant and lion meat at his lavish 90th birthday celebrations.



Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, 93, and his wife Grace, 52. Picture: AFP / Jekesai Njikizana.Source:AFP

Mugabe’s home in Harare is said to be extraordinarily opulent but it’s not the only mansion in his property portfolio. The president purchased a $5.2 million mansion in Hong Kong in 2013 and also owns Hamilton Palace in Sussex, UK, which was estimated to be worth about $40 million before it became a construction site.

He is also said to own a custom-built Mercedes Benz s600L that is able to withstand AK-47 bullets, landmines and grenades. It also features a CD and DVD player, internet access and anti-bugging devices. The Citizen reported that Mugabe — who is a trained teacher — also owns a Rolls-Royce Phantom IV: a colonial-era British luxury car so exclusive, only 18 were ever manufactured. The vintage black car is estimated to be worth more than Zimbabwe’s entire GDP.



Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe arriving with his wife Grace for the inauguration ceremony of South African president Jacob Zuma at the Union Buildings in Pretoria. Picture: AFP / Siphiwe Sibeko.Source:AFP

Mugabe’s wife, and First Lady, Grace has come under fire in the past for appearing in designer clothes and going on expensive shopping trips amid the country’s economic crisis. Her penchant for fashion has earned her the nickname “Gucci Grace”.

Grace reportedly spent $131,000 during a shopping spree in Paris in 2003. She reportedly owns a multi-million dollar property portfolio — which includes homes in Malaysia and Singapore — and a fleet of luxury cars.

Earlier this year, the First Lady went to court in an attempt to seize the assets of a Lebanese businessman who allegedly failed to deliver her a diamond ring worth more than $1.35m. She said in court papers that in 2015 she had paid in advance for the delivery of an “at least 100 carat” diamond ring for her wedding anniversary, but was instead offered an lower quality item worth $30,000.

The Mugabe children are also known for their expensive tastes.

Earlier this year the couple’s youngest son, Bellarmine Chatunga, posted on Instagram a photograph of his watch with the caption: “$60,000 on the wrist when your daddy run the whole country ya know!!!”

A video later emerged of the 21-year-old dousing his watch with a $400 bottle of Armand de Brignac gold champagne.

In September this year, Grace’s eldest son Russell Goreraza, 33, imported two Rolls Royce limousines into the bankrupt country.

Rolls Royce Phantoms cost a minimum of just under $698,000, but custom-built versions are sold for as much as $1.74 million. Media in South Africa reported the combined cost of the cars was about $6.98 million.

Source: News Australia

The U.S. is Seeking a New Era for Zimbabwe

NOVEMBER 16, 2017 / 6:24 PM

U.S. wants 'new era' in Zimbabwe: official

Warren Strobel

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States is seeking “a new era” for Zimbabwe, the State Department’s top official for Africa said on Thursday, implicitly calling on long-time President Robert Mugabe to step aside as a political crisis mounts.

FILE PHOTO: Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe inspects a guard of honour at the Heroes' Day commemorations in Harare, Zimbabwe August 13, 2007. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo/File Photo

In an interview with Reuters, acting Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Donald Yamamoto appeared to dismiss the idea of Mugabe, who has ruled Zimbabwe for 37 years, remaining in a transitional or ceremonial role.

“It’s a transition to a new era for Zimbabwe, that’s really what we’re hoping for,” Yamamoto said.

Zimbabwe’s army seized power this week, in an apparent effort to prevent Mugabe, 93, from handing power to his wife. He has not resigned or been formally deposed, however, and he was pictured on Thursday shaking hands with the military chief, Constantino Chiwenga.

Yamamoto, speaking on the sidelines of a meeting with African Union officials at the State Department in Washington, described the situation in Zimbabwe as “very fluid.”

The United States would discuss lifting multiple U.S. sanctions on Zimbabwe if it began enacting political and economic reforms, he said.

In a message for Zimbabwe’s political leaders, he said: “Our position has always been that if they engage in the constitutional reforms, economic and political reforms, and move forward to protecting political space and the human rights, then we can start the dialogue on lifting sanctions.”

The United States has not given aid to Zimbabwe’s government for many years, but provides development aid to nongovernmental groups, particularly for healthcare.

“Now whether we give to the government, that depends on what happens in Zimbabwe,” Yamamoto said.

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is due to meet on Friday in Washington with 37 African foreign ministers.

Source: Reuters

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