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Written by Wes Annac, Conscious Oneness


The planetary elite have been on their last legs for some time now, and when they’re exposed and brought to divine justice, humanity will be tasked with forgiving the very people who’ve oppressed us for centuries.


I believe in justice, because I recognize that it’s an essential catalyst to the establishment of peace and unity. The cabal has devastated the rest of the world for centuries, and they deserve to be exposed and brought to justice for their crimes.


However, I think we’re meant to see beyond our deeply rooted ways of division-fueled vengeance, and this can only happen if we make the collective decision to forgive the cabal for what they’ve done. Learning forgiveness in the greatest sense by forgiving the evilest force on the planet will accelerate our growth and see us able to forgive each other much easier.


Thanks to channeled messages, we’re blessed with a lot of material about this subject. Here, I’d like to examine what’s been said about forgiving the cabal and using that forgiveness as a tool to advance our evolutionary growth.


I accept that some seekers don’t resonate with channeled material, but I think genuine channels carry more value than they’re given credit for. We’re encouraged to use our discernment and take only what resonates with us (like anything else), but for me, a genuine and positive channeled entity is a helpful source of information and energy.


Some channeled sources speak about the cabal routinely – exposing them and encouraging forgiveness at the same time. Our guides are here to help us become aware that our reality has been carefully crafted to keep us from a greater perception, but they’re also here to remind us about the importance of unconditional love and forgiveness.


Can you imagine what forgiving the cabal will do for humanity? I don’t think our feelings will ever be hurt again, and if they were, we might instantly forgive the other person. We’re going to learn how to master our emotions, and even though it isn’t their goal, the cabal will inevitably teach us how.


The ‘Great Divine Director’ through channel Elizabeth Ayres Escher tells us about the role the powers that were subconsciously agreed to play in our evolution, starting with the statement that we’re all masters who are practicing our abilities.


“You are ALL Masters. Every one of you, both those who play the dark roles and those who play the light ones; all of you are masters extraordinaire. There are many who would condemn us and our scribe for saying this, but sometimes those who act as villains in your life … are your greatest teachers.” (1)

Whether we realize it or not, we have a lot to learn from the cabal’s tyranny. They’re providing a mirror of what could happen to humanity if we give in to darkness by succumbing to the worst qualities to ever ravage the soul, and having witnessed the results of their descent, most seekers make it a point to root themselves in the light.


We’re then told that we chose the roles we’re currently playing before we made our way to the earth.


“In the higher dimensions, each of you chose the roles that you would play and how you would come together, if only for a short time, to play out those roles, offering opportunities for growth as a result. There are no ‘enemies’ that exist in this world, only teachers, only You, the great collective of humanity, as one entity.” (2)

We’re one consciousness that’s split itself into individualized Godsparks, and we’re meant to teach one another as our awareness grows. Our growth is based on our actions and what we learn from those around us, and in this case, the cabal’s providing a mirror of our collective negativity and, again, showing us what happens when it’s taken too far.


As we’re told below, losing the need to judge or condemn others is an inevitable result of our evolution.


“As each of you, especially the light workers, those who are more self-aware than the populace in general, as each of you opens to this self-awareness and begin to reconnect to the Source of your being, you will let go of the need to condemn self, whether that self takes on your own image or that of another human being.” (3)

It’s very easy to judge ourselves and others, but this tendency will fade as the ego loses the control it’s had over us for millennia. Certain aspects of the lower, survival-driven mind were necessary for our lower-dimensional sojourn, but now, we’re ready to incorporate a new way of life that the ego will inhibit.


Judgment will be a thing of the past when we learn to love and accept each other, but presently, it’s still a big part of our existence. We can change this by changing our own deeply rooted ways, and when we do, we’ll enable the rest of the world to open up to the things we’ve discovered.


Concluded in Part 2 tomorrow.




(1) “The Great Divine Director: Be True to One’s Self,” channeled through Elizabeth Ayres Escher (Tazjima), 1 June, 2013 at


(2) Loc. cit.


(3) Loc. cit.


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We should forgive when they are behind jail.  When people try to start wars and kill millions of people, just say we forgive you does not end it.  They will find away and we would be back where we are today. 

I understand your perspective, Mary. Accountability and justice are essential and can never be escaped.

Much Love :)

.....all the great master teachers of the past had thought forgiveness and compassion to those who do wrong but it might be hard for their current religious followers to do that ; truth be told , majority of religious folks are blood thirsty . we propably need more time to learn forgiveness.

I can't disagree with you there, Michael. Empathy, compassion, forgiveness - it could all take some time given how vengeful so many people still are.

I think we need to start working together to move beyond the mindset of vengeance, but it could be a pretty long road. I guess it just comes down to whether or not we're in it for the long haul!

Much Love :)

Please explain to me the difference between: vengeance and justice??

I personally can apply compassion and forgiveness to people who have caused damage to me in my life but with people in power such as the 'cabal' - humm, I can only see justice that needs to be served.

The distinction I'd make is that justice should be served without the need for vengeance. This is why I mentioned that a higher force would probably be a better judge of the cabal than humanity - because some might become vengeful in their quest to serve justice.

I think justice can be more than vengeful punishment, and can actually be a divine act that balances out situations like the earth's.

Much Love :)

Thanks for your answer it's what we call in French: pondéré.

Revengeful justice would be akin to what happened during the French Revolution where their 'Cabal' were guillotined??

So now, the justice that would be done would be akin to 'shipping them in the middle of nowhere' to get by on their own type of thing? (something which I'd have no qualms about).

THAT - is exactly the dream I had, well over a year ago.  Watching, (from some location??) as all the "so-called" - ELITE were let out of the huge craft - with whatever they had on - no charges against them, no fines to pay - no nothing!  "You're all free to go!" - "Go where?" (they asked) - "we're in the middle of nowhere - with no supplies, no clothes, no tools.....""Yeh & no weapons....errr- we forgot to tell you about the HUGE wild animals out there......nnnnot very friendly, so good luck to you all. Have as pleasant a life as possible"  "SCOTTY, BEAM US UP!"

Justice, if it's truly just, works on the best outcome for all parties. Vengeance focuses more on judgement, blame, punishment, revenge. The former is more forgiving, the latter not so much.

Forgiveness is definitely good for the soul. The only concern I have with this turn the other cheek mindset, is that others suffer for those who choose to repeatedly do the same things, by just forgiving them you excuse and condone their unacceptable behavior. 

We certainly want to avoid that, Bob. In my view, the proper forgiveness is that which is offered after justice has been brought about. We certainly shouldn't let them get away with what they have and continue to do!

I will forive because if it werent for them I wouldn't have been able to have the experience of having such a dense 3d environment. Plus we ARE the cabal because were all one remember?


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