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----- Original Message -----
From: CC
Sent: Thursday, March 06, 2014 2:59 PM
Subject: Continuing damage by Fukushima nuclear power plant
Dear Patrick,

I've kept your reply below from several months ago.  Since Sananda's flock is very small, has this

experiment of "returned masters" to Earth Shan be considered a failure?  You mentioned that everyone is on

their path of soul growth, but it seems dishearting that so many will go further lessons on other 3D planets, and

that so few will graduate this time with Earth Shan.




-----Original Message-----

From: Bellringer <>

To: CC

Sent: Mon, Oct 14, 2013 9:46 am

Subject: Re: Continuing damage by Fukushima nuclear power plant

FROM:  Patrick H. Bellringer
     TO:  CC
DATE:  Oct. 14, 2013
Dear CC:
    When we consider that Hatonn has said that presently Earth Shan's population consists of about three-quarters clones, that leaves one in four as a souled being.  Of these souled beings, many are of the Christian, Muslim, Buddhism, Shintoism etc. religious cults of the world, and have been deceived by their lies.
    Very few have awakened spiritually to their God Spirit within, have found Truth, and have become enlightened, and are, thus, living the Laws of God and Creation to the best of their ability.  When one considers these things, it is not so surprising that "Sananda's Flock" is very small.
    Yes, it is comforting to know that everyone shall be alerted to the "Beam of Light" and shall be given the choice to step into it and board the ships or not---and that "surely it shall come!"
    Be ready!
                            In Love and Light,
                            Patrick H. Bellringer



FROM:  Patrick H. Bellringer
     TO:  CC
DATE:  March 7, 2014
Dear CC:
    Thank you for your question.  The size of Sananda's flock could not be predetermined, for choices are based upon freewill.  Does the number in Sananda's flock determine the success or failure of the mission?  I think not!  The mission was to hold the Light on Shan, so the Darkness would not conquer all.
    Many signs show us that the Light is still shining on Shan, that Darkness has not won.  The New World Order's plan was to control the world by year 2000.  This, they have not accomplished, and they are now 14 years behind schedule.  Only Satan's minions are now running the show,as Satan returned to the Light,and rather than face his incredible Karma, he requested to be uncreated.  In spite of their defiance and propaganda, Satan's minions are losing on al fronts today.
    At the Harmonic Convergence of August 17, 1987 Creator God Aton declared this last Grand Experiment to be over.  The Darkside had broken their contract to not bring in off-world beings to help them win.  With such odds the Lightworkers had held their ground and had even advanced the cause for Truth.  They were asked to hold the Light for another 25 years, to allow time for other "Returned Masters" to awaken to assist with the transition of Shan into 5D.  This 25 years of "over-time" has been difficult, but they (we), the Lightworkers, have held the Light stronger than ever.  We past the August 17, 2012 end date with flying colors and are now in "double overtime".  Victory shall soon be declared!
    Even if only one Returned Master is still standing holding the Light of Truth to the world, when the battle is over, have we failed?  The Light has won.  Shan moves forward, but as a group have the Returned Master's failed?  How do you measure failure?  Hatonn does not consider failure to have merit.  We make mistakes, we error, but all happens for our lessons in soul growth.  All happens for our learning.  There is no such thing as failure.
    The choice of a Returned Master to "drop out", or to not awaken, only means to choose a detour from the Red Road of Truth, to re-join the fray in another lifestream, which we have all done in our past.  In 3D thinking we may consider this to be failure, but in Creator God's thinking it is moving forward along one's pathway to progress, to spiritual growth, to following one's choices to experience more.  Thus failure has no meaning.
    For me, I have been there and done that.  I choose the expedited route to the Stars!  In other words,let's get out of here, now!
In Love and Light,
Patrick H. Bellringer