In April of 2005 a group of female Ascended Masters decided to participate in an Intent Ceremony for all females, to combine our power and to dream our dream for the future, one of Peace, Unity and Oneness for all inhabitants of Mother Earth, our Solar System, the Milky Way Galaxy and our entire Universe. It soon became obvious that male Masters also wanted to be a part of this ceremony.
Diana: Above space and time my voice goes out to invite all who would like to join our Intent Ceremony. I AM Dhyana and today's guest speaker is the Animal Master and Guardian of Animals, Prajapati. I give your Lord Prajapati.
Lord Prajapati: Thank you Diana and welcome all. Today I would like to focus our group intent upon becoming ever greater, ever more efficient and accurate in our understanding of and communications with the animal kingdoms.
As many of you know, animals have an awareness of who they are, what they are and how they are to interact with their environment.
Animals have the capacity to love, to feel pain, and even to grieve. They talk, play, sing and create families that they care for and protect. It is only a person ignorant of the animal kingdoms who thinks of an animal as a dumb creature or not intelligent.
Animals are wonderfully beneficial to humankind and next to insects, are the largest living group of individuals on this planet.
Today I hope to stress to you their importance in your lives and how much better you are for having known them.
Let's start with dogs and cats, the primary domesticated animals that share your lives. Research in the past fifty years has shown that having an animal friend, or a pet as many of you call them, can bring joy into ones life and even greatly reduce stress and improve ones quality of living. In retirement homes they have found that animals help to give the elderly more joy in their less complicated lives and sometimes even a reason to continue living, since "Who will feed the dog if I'm gone?".
Now there is less care with a cat but a cat on a lap seems to just be asking to be petted and this reduces the blood pressure in their human friend.
Let's take horses next. Since their partnership with man, mankind has greatly improved their society and way of living. When man could only walk, it would take months to move a tribe from a Summer location to a Winter location and back again. With horses that travel time was lessened greatly. Horses made possible much greater communication with other tribes and helped increase trade and barter.
Today horses are mainly used for pleasure riding, racing and in certain areas for farm or ranch work. And if the price of gasoline continues to rise, some people might consider reinstating their partnership with the horse.
As for cattle, sheep and goats, those species have willingly given their lives so that humankind might live. But humankind as a whole has forgotten to be grateful to them for their sacrifices and so now many are choosing to leave this planet by disease, like the Mad Cow Disease.
Most of the children of today never put together in their hearts and minds where hamburger comes from. The connection between a cow grazing in the pasture and the small steak or pound of ground round they pick up at the grocery store is not made. They don't understand the food chain.
The same can be said in the sea because with all of the algae dying from pollution of the waters, most don't realize that that sets off a chain reaction and when the little fish have nothing to eat, there are less and less of them to feed the larger fish and so on until everyone dies.
All must come back to the awareness that we are all related. We are all dependent upon each other for our survival, for our welfare.
Next let us cover wild animals. Bats and birds and even other small animals eat insects that destroy crops.
Bees produce honey that not only tastes good but heals and preserves.
Mongoose and birds keep down the snake populations and snakes keep down the rodent populations, as do large birds and wolves.
In many countries elephants are used for work and transportation. Alexander the Great used elephants as part of his war machine as well as pack animals during his trip to the Orient.
Large game animals are eaten and their skins used for everything from jewelry to rugs and even clothing.
I would like for all of us to walk away from this ceremony today with the intent to get back to Nature... to get to know more about animals and their conservation.
I know this will benefit this world greatly and that this new education into the many other species that share this planet and your lives will greatly open your heart, eyes and mind to just how incredibly wonderful these beings are and how much they greatly improve everyone's life with their existence.
I thank you for sharing your time with me. I Am Prajapati.
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