David Wilcock: Lightning Strikes Vatican: A Geo-Synchronicity?

by David Wilcock

February 28, 2013, 4:44 pm
 
On the same day Pope Benedict resigned, lightning struck the Vatican. This was a powerful geo-synchronicity event — easy to understand, and with profound implications — once you see it in context.
IT’S ALL GOOD — ULTIMATELY
 
Although the changes still seem to be moving at glacially-slow speeds, we are continuing to see signs of very positive developments.
 
This doesn’t surprise me — as we live in a conscious, living universe. The Source Field Investigations is where I made my case.
 
I am working non-stop to finish the first draft of the sequel right now — but I had to stop for a minute to report on these incredible developments.
 
Human life is not an anomaly reserved to one planet. The universe is literally teeming with life — everywhere and anywhere it can grow.
 
Once this becomes known and accepted on a widespread level, it is arguably going to be the biggest shift in perspective in our own recorded history.
 
DNA is written into the laws of quantum mechanics. There is enough scientific proof that this has now become an indisputable fact.
 
 
THE LAW OF ONE SERIES
 
I first became aware of this concept of energetic DNA-forming waves when I found the Law of One material in 1996 — and it utterly changed my life.
 
Now that I am cranking on my new book deadline, and very close to the finish line, I am highly immersed in the Law of One material again — and it feels great.
 
The Law of One philosophy lets us know that all is well. The things that are happening on earth are part of a grand illusion that is intended to help us all grow into more loving and honorable people.
 
The signs continue to get more and more interesting, and provocative, telling us big stuff is coming soon.
 
Recently we had another geo-synchronicity — a manifestation of synchronicity on a worldwide scale. This one was a lot bigger than the Super Bowl blackout.
 
It seems appropriate that this article happens to be the 1,111th piece of content we’ve posted to Divine Cosmos — if you look at the link.
 
 
LIGHTNING STRIKES
 
Lightning struck the Vatican on the same day that Pope Benedict spontaneously resigned.
 
Considering how decrepit Pope John Paul II looked in the final years of his life, no one believed this was actually due to health reasons. And then lightning struck.
 
 
SECRET GAY GROUP?
 
The media is openly tracking the story — and sees that we are not being told the truth.
 
In fact, it is being openly discussed that a “secret gay group” has been running the show — with murderous effectiveness.
 
I guess that’s one way to describe the Cabal. Fair enough.
 
Pope Benedict Resigned Partly Because of Secret Gay Group
 
Was the pope under the influence of a secretive “gay lobby” within the Vatican itself?
 
That’s the claim put forth by Italian daily newspaper La Repubblica.
 
On Thursday, the popular paper published an article alleging that Pope Benedict XVI’s decision to resign this month was partly prompted by a report that accused Vatican officials of being under the influence of several internal lobbies, reportedly including a gay one.
 
The Irish Times reports that Benedict commissioned the report after the Vatileaks scandal broke last year. The report, written by a trio of cardinals, concluded that “various lobbies within the Holy See were consistently breaking” the sixth and seventh commandments, “thou shalt not commit adultery” and “thou shalt not steal.”
 
(The sixth commandment referencing adultery has historically been tied to the Catholic Church’s doctrine banning homosexuality.)….
 
Scandalous revelations involving the Vatican and gay sex have been published by La Repubblica before. In 2010, the newspaper revealed wiretaps and police documents that showed a Vatican chorister and an elite papal usher had been involved with a gay prostitutes ring. Both men were dismissed from their duties, the Telegraph notes.
 
La Repubblica’s allegations are only the latest in a string of theories relating to the pope’s sudden departure, which has prompted rampant speculation.
 
Benedict himself has further confused matters with his Ash Wednesday homily, in which he referenced vague internal “divisions.”
 
“I am thinking in particular of the sins against the unity of the church, of the divisions in the body of the church,” Benedict said, according to the Washington Post.
 
 
AND THEN — BAM!
 
It was quite stunning to see this huge lightning bolt strike the Vatican on the same day.
 
And… someone was there to photograph it, in the ideal location, right as it happened.
 
Furthermore, it didn’t strike “just any old place.”
 
It hit the literal equivalent of the eye at the top of the triangle.
 
In this case, that would be the very peak of the main dome of the main building in the Vatican — namely St. Peter’s.
 
 
 
In Law of One terms, lightning is one of the “archetypes” in the mind of the Galaxy — which is called the Logos.
 
Even mainstream media had to question whether this was “a sign from God” — as we see in the above Daily Mail caption.
 
When seen in full context, this event is extremely, extremely interesting.
  
 
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