"As you can see, this Indigo Revolution is practically impossible for the government machinery to deal with. It is not radicals intent on violence, or extremists trying to disrupt society. It appears to be young people, joined by others, who want to be able to live life beyond the control of Economic Consumerism that destroys everything in its path."
Notes from the Rabbit Hole
by Celia Finn
June 5th...Shifting...Shifting...The Indigo Revolution and Turkey
In the last two years, I have been working intensively in Turkey. In fact, I have spent more time in Turkey than any other country, in what I call my "Middle East Mission", working with Archangel Michael and the Masters of Light in this volatile and crucial region. I have traveled in Anatolia and spent time in the major cities of Istanbul and Izmir. I love Turkey, and I think I have come to know it quite well in the last two years.
I am not there now, but I was two weeks ago! And, when I was there in March, I spent a week in Istanbul just exploring the city and reading up on Turkish history. I don't claim to be an expert by any means, but I do understand the basics and, also the Spiritual aspects of the recent unrest and violence. And, when I was doing a seminar in Izmir in March, Archangel Michael did say that there would be a clash between the "Old and the New" in Turkey, that this would occur in the summer, and that it would bring fundamental change to the entire region...and ultimately the Global balance.
Yes, Turkey is what Archangel Michael calls an "Alpha Creation Point". This means that seeds are planted in Turkey and they affect Global Civilization. After the Atlantis events, Turkey was one of the first places to nurture the new Human civilization that would emerge without any interference from extraterrestrial life forms through the Stargates. There are remains of settlements in Turkey that are estimated to date back 15,000 years before Christ. Also, because of its position between Europe and Asia, it has been the focal point of many empires including the Byzantine and Ottoman empires. Today, it is one of the most successful economies on the Planet, and Istanbul is a vibrant and busy city that straddles the Bosphorus between Europe and Asia.
Celia:This is a picture of me taken last year on the
Bosphorus, when I was enjoying a sunset boat ride
on the busy waterway with some friends.
Many people have been taken by surprise by the events in Turkey. In this case, the uprising or "revolution" is not about economics, its not about the poor versus the rich, although that may be an aspect of it. It's not about politics or religion per se, although these may also be issues. It's about a generation of Indigos standing up and saying: "This doesn't work for us!". It's not surprising that Tayyip Erdogan and the Security Forces were caught on the back foot so to speak, unable to deal with what was happening. Erdogan charcaterized the uprising as the work of "extremists and radicals", saying that they were "marginal groups" and that it would soon be over. This same belief in radicals and how you deal with "radicals" was the motivating force behind the violence from the police force. Eventually, as resistance swelled and more and more people of all ages and political persuasions took to the street, it became evident that there was something else going on here. I think these picture sums up the nature of what was and is happening. (below)
Well, I guess what they don't fully understand is that this is the Indigo Revolution. It is young people who have said "no...it is enough" and who will stand calmly in the face of aggression because they are light warriors and systems busters. That is what they are here for. Turkey, and most Middle Eastern countries, have huge populations of young adults, millions of Indigos who know that they are here to make changes. When I wrote my book "The Indigo Crystal Adventure" with Archangel Michael, he stressed that it would be the Indigos who would be the "engine" of change on the Earth, and that they would be fearless in their missions. This is not to say that they advocate violence. I think even the Turkish government was slighty taken back at "rioters" who cleaned up the mess after them and left it all neatly tied up in blue plastic bags to be collected by the Trash Collection!
There are many images of "protesters" cleaning up the mess.
Looking after the environment is a central part of the issues here
|Here a Crystal Child covers her face against tear gas.|
An Elderly couple join thecrowds in Taksim Square
The actual Indigo Revolution began very quietly here over an incident of protecting the environment. As you may know, Gezi Park in the Taksim area was in danger of being taken over by a shopping mall development. It is apparently the last green area in Taksim, the commerical and business heart of the Europe side of Istanbul. This small protest began like Zucotti Park in New York, with protestors camping in the park to protest the decision of the government to go ahead with this development without consulting the people. The governmant sent in the Police who responded as if there was a "radical threat" and used water cannon and tear gas...on everybody. This was the point when something exploded in the Turkish Indigo consciousness and the young people took to the streets of Taksim and Besiktas, another big commercial and business hub on the Europe side.
And in a picture taken this morning...
some protesters get in some early morning
yoga in Taksim Square.
And so, as the government struggles to define the nature of the Indigo Revolution, there is something of a party atmosphere in Gezi Park as the people join together to celebrate the Unity of the Turkish people.