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Sunday, 29 July 2012

London 2012 Opening Ceremony - Divine Timing!



The Olympic Ceremony Everyone has waited for - London 2012 with all it's 'illuminati symbols'. England's Green and Pleasant Land setting includes Glatonbury Tor, wih a Tree on top. The Holy Thorn Tree in Glastonbury relates to the Christ family. A reminder of the Tree of Life. What does the Zion Olympic Torch stand for?


The is the most unique show of British History presented live with several thousand people involved, in front of an audience of 70,000 people. Reports say 4 billion people watched this on television gloabally. People in UK who missed it, see link below.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01l4ldk/hd/Olympic_Ceremonies_London_2012_Opening_Ceremony/

We are witness of the transformation taking place in our world and it is the people who are making this happen. The entire production portrays British History - in a way that has not been done before.

The industrial revolution was a powerful scene. My family moved to Lancashire in 1972 - the soot in the air was visible on buildings. William Blake's poem Jerusalem speaks of 'dark Satanic Mills' - Pendal Hill in Lancashire has been associated with witchcraft.


People make nations successful - oppressors keep people down. Visionaries inspire. Architects design and the builders build. Without workers, there would be no ships, roads, houses, hospitals, furniture, shops, offices, cars, technology and that is just the start. Without workers there would be no clothes for sale to wear - unless we make our own or have a dressmaker or tailor. The fabric our clothes are made from has been woven by machinery, built and operated by workers. Not everyone cultivates their own food to eat. We rely on stores and stores rely on suppliers. Agricultural workers grow food and farmers rear cattle and sheep etc. Most consumer goods are transported. Without people who work in some way, we would all perish.


Not everyone realises the valuable role they have in this life, that is nothing at all about competiting with other people. The Olymic Games inspires billions of people. If 'everyone' stopped working - there would be chaos. We are in a time of great transformation of our world and not everyone wants this to happen. A shift is taking place - a shift in consciousness must take place if humanity is going to make progress. The Olympian Spirit assists this.


The origins of the Olympics is Greece. Since ancient times, people have been encouraged to be empowered and spiritually enlightened. People have been encouraged to realise their personal potential and to know responsibility meaning being responsible for our own process. Not everyone has held onto spiritual values however the Greek heritage is something never lost. The Greeks value Personality, Freedom and Life and share this with the world. At the entrance of all the 205 nations, 106 Olympian athletes from Greece were first to lead the way.

The carrying of the Olympic Flag by eight people who actively work for Human Rights and Universal Rights. The first person anounced campaigns for Justice and I wonder how many UK lawyers and judges notice. The time is up for all the injustice in UK! If anyone within the British establishment really beleived I would be silent about corruption and injustice, they are certainly mistaken. Injustice is an inexcusable crime against humanity.


The Olympic Torch holds a sacred flame. The many millions of people who have seen it, have been touched by it's mystery. Britain alone has witnessed many millions of smiles on people's faces just because of the Olympic Flame. People who carried the Torch, or witnessed the experience will never forget it.

"I thought it would be a load of rubbish, but I saw the torch relay, which must have been spreading magic dust around the UK, and I'm as hooked as anyone." Reader's comment MailOnline

When the flame entered the stadium to be welcomed by 70,000 people - what was to happen next was profound, especially at the very end. Absolute genius - I will discuss this in another article. Most certainly the inspiration for the Olympic cauldron was divine inspiration - with diving timing too.


The Olympics is about uplifment and everyone shining their light - not just the atheletes during these weeks. British people are are waking up to realise we should be celebrating the great minds who teach and bring creative visualisation, from their mind to share with everyone. With collaborations - potentials are unlimited. It took seeing the production to fully appreciate the thousands of volunteers who participated in the Olympic 2012 opening ceremony for Great Britain and these people are ambassadors to the World. The ceremony certainly showed Britain at it's best to the world and the best of British people too.

Sebastian Coe said "When our time came - we did it right"


Much appreciation to Tim Berners-Lee; inventor of the World Wide Web for giving everyone the internet. Congratulations is an understatement for Danny Boyle and his team who have set a high standard for live productions. This show has the WOW FACTOR!


Peace, love and best wishes
Pauline Maria

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/olympics/london-2012/9435386/London-2012-How-the-might-of-the-industrial-revolution-was-created-on-stage.html