The Middle East and the Truth.
October 31, 2007
Santa Cruz, California
Received by FAB
I am here, David Ben-Gurion.
Now you are reading in the book “The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy” that there were other factors in the 1967 Arab-Israeli war that seem to show Israel in the wrong.
I channeled my August 7, 2006 message because you were confused, and I wanted to give you some clarity, in addition to wanting to share my own thoughts with the world. I was trying to give you a different perspective in a difficult and volatile subject, a perspective which comes not from the earth, but from the spirit world.
I said in that channeling, “The situation is that those Arabs who are hostile to Israel, do not want her to exist. These Arabs thus create the spiritual laws whereby sowing and reaping come into play, and also the laws of justice.”
What I meant is that those Arabs who are hostile to Israel and don’t want her to exist, invoke the law of sowing and reaping. Obviously, some Arabs who have been hostile have not desired to go all the way, and others have indeed wished to destroy Israel. But in either circumstance, the negative is reaped proportionate to the degree of negativity.
The point I wished to make is that over and above the specific grievances, every person in the conflict is held accountable for negative thoughts and negative behavior. So it is not just the Arabs but also the Israelis who fall under the workings of this law, no matter how pressing their grievance.
As you continue to explore, it seems to you that certain preconceptions you had don’t hold up to the facts.
It is important for you to discern the truth. Many people are now reviewing Middle East history. You have never excused Israel where you felt she was wrong, so as you review your opinion about the 1967 war, know that it is consistent with your behavior all along.
There are many spirits who continue to deny the truth, even when it is evident, for they approach the subject with a previously formulated agenda.
There are many people now in the Middle East who like you desire to get to the truth about history in that troubled area. But even when people deny the truth in a particular situation, they cannot escape the consequences of the wrong things they did.
As history evolves, more and more of the truth will continue to surface. It has always been hard for mortals to be objective about contemporary events. It becomes clearer as time recedes and passions give way to objective inquiry. I have just wanted you to apply your knowledge of spiritual truth to this difficult reality so that you would have more clarity.