If you consider Lightworkers to be people who have chosen to do their part to assist Earth and Mankind in their ascension, then is the Internet a deliberate creation to assist mankind's evolution?
I ask because of the dramatic effect the Internet has had on the world in the last decade in bringing people together by what they think rather than where they live.
And this has resulted in the free and unrestricted flow of information that may have been previously suppressed such as the amazing information we exchange on Inward Quest.
Insofar as the internet, with its potential for connecting everyone and disseminating information and knowledge and motivating people to act for what is good, right, and loving, is assisting the purposes of Lightworkers, it is de facto a manifestation of the Lightworkers. Since Lightworkers often work in unseen, subtle ways, influencing others by encouragement and inspiration, a process is begun which may not be directly attributable to a particular Lightworker or group of Lightworkers, but which nevertheless sets in motion changes which bring about improvements that assist humankind in their ascension.
If this were to be expressed in biblical terms it would be something like, "All things work together for good with those who love [the Light]." Since bringing light and love to the world in order to raise humankind to a higher spiritual level is the desire of Lightworkers, then all that they do, and all those they influence, work together for the goals of ascendancy. And if a new development or invention like the Internet works toward those goals as well, it is a manifestation of the Lightworkers whether or not the individuals who brought those innovations to fruition knew they were involved in that manifestation.
answered 10 Nov '09, 06:44
Nice idea, why not. Since when have those lightworkers been around?
We have to remember that the internet developed out of the Arpanet, which was a military institution invented for the purpose to be able to keep up communication in the case of a worst scenario.
The World Wibe Web as we know it as the idea of putting inter-linked hypertext documents into the internet was an invention by Tim Berners Lee of the CERN institute, yes that's the guys with the LHC.
He and many who contributed to the internet as what it is today were fortunately mostly idealists. Sometimes I wonder that we maybe we were very very lucky that it came about like that. We could easily still have some shitty AOL and Compuserve going on and a few other commercially controlled netspheres without the means for an easy, free interexchange.
Lo and behold, this is exactly the scenario some certain big reckless companies want to realise now though. I guess we might have to fight for our free internet. ;-)
All in all, the internet might be a story of "Out of the darkness, into the light".
answered 09 Nov '09, 23:29
This answer may seem way out there, but I am here the perfect place we all understand each other anyway. If we think of mind there is a huge amount of knowledge now if we link most minds together we have a greater pool of knowledge and this greater pool seems like an enlarged mind. So maybe knowledge wise we are tapping into mass consciousness and the internet is a mind or brain that exist in cyberspace. Kind of like the great movie The Lawn Mower Man, the internet is a mind however it has not seemed to be found to think yet but that day may be coming. It may be already thinking and we haven't found it yet because we have not been looking, we have only been thinking of it like a library of books, but since it is a duplication of conscious as in every thing fed into it is from someone's mind it leads one to wonder if we have somehow started creation of a superior being in consciousness to the consciousness of just one human being. I also believe in the as above so below law so this consciousness is made from our consciousness but our consciousness is made from a higher consciousness that we have been taping into consciously and unconsciously for many years.
answered 10 Nov '09, 09:33
If you look on the use and growth of Internet since it's conception, you can't happen to wonder what will it bring next. I personally believe that to date it's the best invention of humans. Nothing else made us closer together. Ideas and perspective can be shared almost immediately all over the world and it's a priceless asset.
I believe that everything happens for a reason. So One of the reasons is just what you say. It's for Lightworkers to assist a mans ascension. But it's just one aspect of it's power. In fact anything you might ponder up with it is true. I think is a very beautiful use for it.
answered 09 Nov '09, 22:08
An interesting question.
Back in the early 1990s, I was glued to a channeled book called Bringers of the Dawn by Barbara Marciniak in which she talks about beings from the Family of Light incarnating as System Busters with the specific intent of disrupting existing rigid societal structures in order to bring about a change in humanity.
She said these multi-dimensional intelligences originated from the future in the Pleiades constellation of stars...my personal belief system is still reserving judgement on that bit but, in any case, the rest of the information was eye-opening.
In 1994, I discovered the internet and my life changed overnight - it was like discovering a new world. I remember feeling quite clearly at the time that this was the Systems Busters at work.
If you were to consider the most effective way to bring about a dramatic change in how people think then transforming and freeing up the flow of information between humans would probably be one of your highest priorities. That seems to be exactly what the internet has done for us.
Whether there is a broader, positive intelligence at work that has gently inspired the tremendous growth of it, or whether it has just come about naturally as a manifestation caused by people's desires for more freedom and information as a reaction against the conditioning of today's media and governments, I don't know.
But I find it interesting that even the likes of David Icke, a man not normally known for looking at the positive aspects of the world, is talking these days about a mysterious, benevolent X Factor that appears to be pushing the evolution of humanity.
answered 10 Nov '09, 06:57
a tool is a toll- any one can use it for good or evil. the internet is such a tool. given the nature of mankind and of the world he inhabits- one more tool may not be sufficient enough to turn the tide. man needs no other tool, he has the one item he needs in order to uplift the world and that is the human heart- thru opening his heart to those around him , he can effect instant change and not merely rpll around in lofty exchanges of platitudes
answered 12 Nov '09, 10:20
i would say that it is biblical a foot on the earth and a foot on the sea. since with internet knowledge is going every where on earth and sea. even in the air.
He was holding a little scroll, which lay open in his hand. He planted his right foot on the sea and his left foot on the land,
on lest you really expect a angel to put is feet on land and sea at the same time. if so the eart will shake from the west to the east.
but be carefull what you wish for.
Jesus said, "If those who lead you say to you, 'See, the kingdom is in the sky,' then the birds of the sky will precede you. If they say to you, 'It is in the sea,' then the fish will precede you. Rather, the kingdom is inside of you, and it is outside of you. When you come to know yourselves, then you will become known, and you will realize that it is you who are the sons of the living father. But if you will not know yourselves, you dwell in poverty and it is you who are that poverty."
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