Flame of hope

Last night in Westminster Abbey at the end of the commemoration of the start of the first world on 4th August 1914 a Flame of Hope was lit. The huge candle will burn for 4 1/4 years until the celebration of the end of that Great War in which over 20 million people died. This was “The War To End All Wars”. Unfortunately, as we know, this has not been the case. But now it can be!

Numerologically the war started at 11pm (british summer time) on 4+8+1+9+1+4= 27 and 2+7 = 9 which is the number of completion. The war ended at 11am on the 11th of the 11th month in 1918 which was a 1 year indicating new beginnings.

Flame of Hope
Flame of Hope

In 4 1/4 years at 11am on the 11th day of the 11th month in 2018 being an 11 year we will commemorate the end of this War to End All Wars. Let us use this 4 1/4 years to bring peace to our beautiful planet. Let all of us, whatever our creed, religion, nationality, politics and beliefs, work together to bring and end to all wars everywhere. This may seem a Herculean task as we think of the many major and minor conflicts afflicting our world at present.

“It will never happen” I hear many or you say, but as we know from Rupert Sheldrake's theory of Morphic Resonance and from modern quantum physics, the concentrated power of our own conscious thoughts affects the reality around us so with the Candle of Hope and all our prayers anything and everything is possible.

If bringing an end to all hostilities seems impossible right now, can we not, ourselves the people of our planet, demand at the very least that our world leaders, agree a 100 year cease fire. A truce in which the intervening generations can learn to live together in peace and harmony, thus making the 11th hour of the 11th month, of the 11th year and truly commemorable occasion.

The red poppy has become a symbol of remembrance of those who died. Let a white poppy be a symbol of the Flame of Hope releasing, within that time, the true compassionate nature common to all mankind, so those intervening generations can recreate the Garden of Eden from whence we all came.