Friday, January 20, 2017

JOEL'S JOURNAL/ ST. GERMAIN: MARTIN LUTHER KING, MODERN DAY PROPHET


Joel's Journal
ST. GERMAIN: MARTIN LUTHER KING, MODERN DAY PROPHET
by Joel Anastasi

Martin Luther King was a modern day prophet whose mission was to remind today’s citizens of the principles of democracy at the heart of our Founding Papers, including the Declaration of Independence which contains one of the greatest proclamations of human rights ever written:

“We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”

St. Germain, channeled by Phillip Collins, spoke with me on Dr. King’s birthday’s January 16, 2017.

Here are some quotations about Dr. King from the great Ascended Master, St. Germain:

The divine soul who you celebrate today, Martin Luther King, is a modern day prophet who was sent to you to reiterate the Founding Father’s papers of the United States, which at this time are the Divided States in order to have a new messenger coming within your black American culture to reiterate the founding principles of the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights and many of the documents that the higher realms and I, St. Germain, dictated to your Founding Fathers.

We ask that you look at this individual as a modern day prophet of the foundation of your country, of the reason that this nation exists, that you set yourself free from yourself. You are beginning to create a nationless world which reflects your eternal formlessness which is your true immortal state of being.

Listen to his words. You will see that they are Higher Realm inspired, that he has been affected, motivated and inspired by a force greater than his blackness, greater than his being an African American preacher. He was able to stand before the people of his nation and in the cloak of the black preacher to transcend all of that in order for humanity to begin to see the oneness in all of you.

He created a fearlessness through the love that he received from We of the higher realms. And through that love, which surrounded his relationship with self, he knew he had a mission that was worth dying for. When he spoke about going to the mountain top, that was referring to the higher realms from whence he received his inspiration.  He mentioned that many, many times. He was a very young man, not unlike your Jesus Christ, who came with an inspiration who incarnated upon his baptism The Christ Consciousness energy. We and the ascended mastership realms were infused within this divine being called Martin Luther King.