LISA RENEE (Time Shift Blog): “Loving the Masculine”

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“True balanced masculinity and authentic male-ness are healthy expressions very much needed in our ascending culture. These masculine qualities should be loved and appreciated to support the corrected example that is needed to grow healthy boys into healthy adult men that have a strong core self, are emotionally mature, heart based and spiritually inclined. True benevolent patriarchy role models are based on a value system of truthful, balanced and Krystic males that is intrinsic in helping to serve and protect the values of personal freedom that are inherent in the main thoughtforms of the western culture. However, the same value system for upholding human rights, free speech and religious freedom are not the same as those held in the New World Order authoritarian rule or within the religions of many of the eastern cultures that promote patriarchal domination. These anti-human cultures run by lunar forces are currently vying for world domination…

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EHSIDA BISSET: “The NEW Emerging Divine Masculine”

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To feel what is inside builds strength and character. To feel is to heal and embrace new power.

There is a silent, yet robust revolution occurring on earth right now within a soul tribe of masculines who are breaking free from previously approved identities pertaining to what being a man has meant in society.

As young boys these souls felt an explosion inside; a burning yearning passionate fire to become more than a blip in the darkness of time. To transform, to improve, to inspire, heal and restructure the template. They looked out at life and noticed… something is very wrong here. Something is very out of balance. They stood out from the crowd and they were ridiculed for it, eventually succumbing to merge with companions. Yet, within they remained rebels, thinking outside the box, questioning the establishment, dancing to the beat of their own inner drummer… all the while…

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