Co-founder, The Angel News Network
With St Germain channeled by Phillip Collins
JOHNNY, WE HARDLY
When I was about ten years old I read an exciting book that
so captured my imagination I never forgot it, Johnny Tremain by Esther Forbes. Johnny
is a young silversmith’s apprentice caught up in the beginning days of the American
Revolutionary War in Boston during the early 1770’s.
Last week I came across a copy of the book in a small free
library located in one of our city parks and consumed it in one day. The book’s
themes are so relevant to the project I am working on with St. Germain, The Refounding of America
, and our
current political times that I see it as “sychronicity.”
History books tend to justify the American Revolution largely
in economic terms: taxation without representation, unfair trading laws,
burdensome taxes and levies, etc. But in one of the book’s stirring passages, a
doctor offers a much more expansive view of the revolution’s mission,
consistent with that of ascended master St Germain himself: equality and the
dignity of man.
“We do not fight just for the rights of Englishmen but for
men and women and children all over the world. There shall be no more tyranny.
A handful of men cannot have power over thousands. A man shall choose who it is
shall rule over him. The peasants of France, the serfs of Russia--hardly more
than animals now. But because we fight, they shall see freedom like a new sun
rising in the west--those natural rights God has given to every man, no matter
“Will French peasants go on forever pulling off their caps
and saying, ‘Oui, Monsieur,’ when the gold coaches run down their children?
They will not. Nor will they in Italy and all those German states. Will no one
show them the rights of good citizens? So we will hold up our torch—and do not
forget it was lighted upon the fires of England—and we will set it as a new sun
to lighten the world.”
Freedom’s torch, held high by the Statue of Liberty in New
York harbor for 132 years, has been a symbol of freedom to the world, hard won
by those colonists so vividly described in Johnny Tremaine.
It is that same freedom, brought forth by the world’s first
modern democracy, that is under threat by the presidency of Donald Trump, St
Germain warns us.
(St Germain is the ascended master charged with guiding the
United States during this new two thousand-year spiritual age that began
Trump’s tyrannical instincts, St Germain says, are on clear
display as he
attempts to weaken and divide
us by (1) demonizing nations, peoples, religions, races, a free press, (2)
weaken federal agencies designed to protect
citizens from abuse by appointing opponents of these agencies to head them and (3)
by attempting to undermine the rule of law with attacks on the Justice Department,
FBI and CIA to thwart investigations of his collusion with Russia to win the
The Trump presidency is serving as a wake-up call, St
Germain tells us. It is the threat of losing our democracy that will save it.
ST Germain has given us 100 Tenets of the Tyrant to alert us
to the behavior of tyrants.
become aware of them, you expose them as they are happening and can prevent
them from manifesting further.”
Last week I posted several tenets. Here are two more, along
with some of St Germain’s comments:
1. The mission of the tyrant is to build a regime where no
one will disagree or turn against him. This is done through fear and threats.
This illusion will ultimately destroy the tyrant who will blame others for his
downfall. You cannot control what you did not create.
St Germain: “The foundation of this is you cannot control
what you did not create. You will see the tyrant for a period of time, and it
may be a generation even, of attempting to maintain control. But, in reality,
they are not because there is constant resistance and opposition to them. That
is taking place at present. Can you see that?”
2. The tyrant often believes that intellectual thought is in
the way of his mission. He believes he is the action figure of a necessary
revolution in policy and morals and that he is the instrument of humanity’s reorientation
for a new age of the interpretation of nation and world—an interpretation based
upon his will, not (society’s) intelligence.
Following is my dialogue with St Germain about the above
J: So Trump doesn’t believe that our founding papers, our
constitution and laws should be honored, respected or enforced.
SG: His will be done is the only thing he hears. Any
intellectual, rational, truthful opposition is to be eliminated through his
will. It is his will versus intellect, versus truth. So whatever he believes
becomes his truth, becomes his tool to power forward. Can you see that?
J: He’s not concerned about the law, the constitution, any
SG: Absolutely not. That is why mastering the content of the
constitution is vital at this time and the intention and the energy behind
that. He knows little of it, cares little of it. Most of the American people
have lost complete contact with the foundation of it. This is an opportunity
for the American people to understand the inspiration and the initiation of the
energy within the constitution and learn how the checks and balances of the
democratic structure protect it. That is the foundation of everything that is
happening and why it is happening.
It is the self-empowerment of the individual: We the people, by the people and for the
J: That statement you inspired in the Declaration of
Independence is one of the greatest declarations of human right every 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.”
SG: “Thank you. People ask, how did young individuals, some
with experience, some without, ever come to create these documents? And now you
know the answer. It came from the connection with the higher realms as all
advanced civilizations have, and their demise came through a disconnect.
“An aspect of this whole adventure, as you clear and cleanse
the democratic process, is a conscious awareness of where the principles of
democracy came from and the connection to the higher realms. That is part of
this evolutionary process. It is time to realize there is a frequency beyond
where humanity resides that loves and supports it and inspires it to be all
that it can be. That process is taking place now as well.”
The energy that fueled the fight for freedom in the days of
Johnny Tremain, St Germain tells us, is alive and well in the American
population today. The army that won our freedom more than
two hundred years ago was populated by men
with the support of women. In our time, look for an army of women supported by
men. This time the main fight will be for public office through the ballot box.