“For Every Curse a Blessing” by Jai Guru Dev – 7.21.21


Entry Submitted by Jai Guru Dev at 10:55 AM EDT on July 21, 2021

As the well-informed Dinar Chronicles readers are aware, South Africa is a boiling pot of insurrection, a fight between factions within the governing party, the ANC. This internal struggle for power (is it not interesting that evil always begets evil), has spilled out onto the streets as the one faction tries to destabilise the government with the intent of a takeover of the ruling of the country.

The White Hats sit in the shadows and watch with care as one cabal faction takes down another. Are they here? South Africa had 44 earthquakes (all 10km deep) in the last 30 days. They are here. However, those unsung hero’s must continue their work of liberating our children from the clutches of evil.

Yet there are others here. A few months ago, I personally saw a low flying B52 Bomber fly over my head. White Hats!  My understanding is that more help is on its way, perhaps in the guise of the now captured UN peacekeeping forces.

 Our GESARA government is in place, waiting in the wings for their cue. As he has made it public, I will name our champion in the Reserve Bank (Central Bank). Fanie  Fondse, a shareholder, is the mandate holder for the Heritage Fund. A Fund with, “More than 15 zeros behind it.”, which is to be utilised for the upliftment of Africa. This Fund has been captured by elements in the Reserve Bank, (off ledger), but he is championing the cause for its release.

As always, the innocent suffer. Food supply shortages in certain areas and of course the deaths due to the violence. Turmoil in South Africa. A curse. But for every curse, a blessing.

Our communities have come together in an orderly structured force, a force intent on protecting their neighbourhoods. A second wave of insurrection is anticipated. I attended a meeting in Beyers Park, East Rand, Gauteng province two nights ago. Community members met in a park in the freezing cold at night and organised a community force to counteract any threat to their neighbourhood. Well turned out, well controlled, and with the right protocols put in place. A protective force, not a vigilante force.

This is happening all over South Africa. In Mid Illovo (a sugar cane farming community between Pietermaritzburg and Durban), insurgents set a few of the farmers cane on fire. The entire community rallied and contained the damage. They now patrol at night protecting their crops. Perhaps this is not the best example as the Mid Illovo community has had this consciousness for many years, a shining light of how communities should operate. But I reiterate, communities in South Africa are rallying together. 

The vibrational upliftment of GESARA principled values is huge. Surely Schumanns pulse has slipped up a notch!

A tongue in cheek message for Charlie Ward. You often slate men around the world for having no balls. When you visit Michael Tellinger in South Africa, you will see, like the women, the South African men are well endowed. 

The world is in turmoil. A curse. Necessary for the blessings of GESARA. Focus on the blessings, not the curse.

Jai Guru Dev


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