Hidden knowledge & coming into consciousness to survive
Marcel Messing, Belgium, may 2012
Een zinsnede uit het interview:
Infinite consciousness or slavery. What will it be? The next six months are decisive for our future and for that of the planet. This says Marcel Messing, whose purpose it is to unveil everything that is keeping us from infinite consciousness and thus from inner peace and freedom.
Oneindig bewustzijn of slavernij. Wat zal het zijn? De komende zes maanden zijn beslissend voor onze toekomst en die van onze planeet. Dit zegt Marcel Messing, wiens doel het is om alles te ontsluieren, dat ons afhoudt van het oneindig bewustzijn en dus van innerlijke vrede en vrijheid.
Marcel Messing (The Hague, 1945) studied anthropology, philosophy and comparative religion, was ao staff lecturer and dean at the Higher Professional, scientific employee of the Philosophica Bibliotheca Hermetica in Amsterdam and advisor to the IKON television Via Mystica . He is a regular guest on radio and employee of the journals InSight and Prana .
As a speaker at home and abroad, Marcel Messing is known for his synthesis of Eastern and Western wisdom. Here he connects the deeper insights of esotericism in science, religion, art and poetry.
From 1991 to 2001 he lived in the French Pyrenees (Ariège), where he researched the history of the Cathars, guided tours and floor gave week.
After a few years thoroughly engrossed in the hidden forces behind the world stage, he began to see that the (spiritual) evolution of man is seriously threatened. As a result, he wrote the 2006 book Are We Awake? About the hidden forces behind the world stage. The next DVD 'We Are Awake "has been translated into eight languages.
In 2009 he received the "Frontier Award, which he sees as recognition for the work of the group WijWordenWakker, including those at the base has been of http://www.wijwordenwakker.org.
As chairman of Foundation Lindenhof, Marcel Messing has been for 20 years involved in development projects, especially for children (food, clothing, education and school construction). Started in India and continued in Poland, Nepal and Africa (Kenya and Uganda).
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