FROM: H & CR
TO: Anne and Patrick Bellringer
DATE: January 28, 2013
SUBJECT: To Fourwinds
Dear Anne and Patrick:
Thanks for your excellent coverage of the Sandy Hook conspiracy and other articles on the government’s gun grab. I had invested in some guns and ammo about six months ago, shortly after our 8 year old Boxer died. C and I have practiced at the range and I am satisfied that we could protect ourselves from a home invasion.
I am a total believer in the fact that I and my family have God’s White Light Protection, which I give thanks for in my morning and evening prayers. I have had at least three incidents that prove to me that we do have this protection. I do not believe that my purchase of the guns and ammo negates the fact that I believe in the “White Light Protection” since I am of the opinion that God helps those who help themselves. Please tell me if I am wrong in this thinking.
We have also turned a closet into a pantry for additional supplies and food in anticipation that conditions will likely get worse before the liftoff. We also adopted a two year old Beagle after the demise of our Boxer. She does not have the capability of defending us or the house from intruders, but she does bark at anyone who walks by the property. Also she is more manageable on a leash than the Boxer, as we are in our late 60’s and early 70’s.
Your website is the homepage on my computer, so you are my first and last readings each day. I also enjoyed your recent posting of pictures of each of you and your “wilderness home”. My grandparents had an 80 acre farm in Kansas, on which I spent many happy days as a child, and I learned to love that lifestyle.
I look forward to receiving an email from you in answer to my question above.
In Love and Light,
H & C R
FROM: Patrick H. Bellringer
DATE: Jan. 29, 2013
Thank you for your letter and question. No, you are not wrong to provide for your own physical protection against those seeking to murder you. Hatonn has said that He wants no more martyrs. You are no good to anyone or to your mission, dead!
In Phoenix Journal #27 "Phoenix Owner-Operator Manual" on page 29 Hatonn explains Law number seven of "The Laws of God and Creation, which is, "you shall not murder your fellow man".
In the Bible of the "so called" Christians, this law is written simply as "Thou shalt not kill", which leaves room for misunderstanding of interpretation. What this law means is you shall not WISH death upon another human being of God in YOUR THOUGHTS as well as you shall not commit physical murder of another human.
This rule does not mean you cannot defend yourself and your family, if your lives are threatened, because that is SUICIDE which is "SELF-MURDER and so also against God's laws." [End Quoting]
This clears up much false thinking by many good people, who say, "God will take care of me". You are quite right when you say, "God helps those who help themselves". God will help us when we ask sincerely for help, but He won't do it for us. We are held responsible to protect the life God has given us, so we can learn our lessons in soul growth and carry out our mission without it being cut short, because we allowed another to kill us.
For some, that may be the experience they have chosen for their lessons. Others may not provide means of self-protection for their lessons in faith of Divine Protection, but always we must follow the Guidance of our God Spirit within. Certainly, there is nothing "wrong" with an enlightened person having a gun for self and family protection. We are under an obligation to provide a means to protect our life and the lives of our family. That is called self-defense under even man's laws.
In Love and Light,
Patrick H. Bellringer