Ten Principles of Ascension


Ascension is a state of being – for we are a physical body – with a profound interior life that directly experiences the higher dimensions. There is much promise in Ascension, with beings living in peace and harmony, respecting our planet, and interacting with love and compassion for all forms of life. Some will inner contact with higher dimensional beings; others will work on Earth to bring Heaven to Earth and restore the Garden of Eden; for this planet was first known as Edin, meaning a beautiful place.

We admit that people take up values (their guides to action) in different ways. Some live in compliance with the rules (and disregard them when authority is out of sight); others emulate role models – therein they practice the values of another. There are those who see the inherent good in values – guides to action – and internalise them, thus setting the example of good character and integrity.

Here in this message, we supply Ten Principles of Ascension for your reflection, examination, interior sensing of the movement of spirits and your take up. We supply these principles not as rules, guides, nor as commandments; but rather for your intellect, higher consciousness and your soul’s contract.

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Some words from The Master

Matters progress. The Master gives an instruction, “More of Me, less of you”. In word, thought, action, there is a call for The Master and his love to flow through, like an electric current. We take up the words of the Master, and follow with some more from the Master, as and when he directs.

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UN World Day of Tolerance

United Nations LogoThe United Nations World Day of Tolerance is celebrated worldwide each year on 16 November. The United Nations Declaration on Principles of Tolerance seeks to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person… and for these ends to practise tolerance and live together in peace with one another as good neighbours.”

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Full Moon October – November 2020

Halloween Full Moon

For some, the Full Moon is on October 31, Halloween. For others, giving the International Date Line, the Full Moon is on November 1st. Only Just on November 1st, at 01:49am. There are planets in dignity, giving much of gifts, and much of calling for discipline in the month to come. It is – for some, a challenging time – and for many of us, a time of decision making.

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Saving our Planet – A Communications Challenge


Forests have a key role to play in helping to achieve many of the Sustainable Development Goals, from mitigating climate change by acting carbon sinks to providing food, livelihoods, fuel, shelter, and clean water.

We need to improve understanding of the sustainable use of forests for diverse purposes not only for the benefit of billions of people, including some of the world’s most vulnerable, but also as an elemental means of protecting forests themselves.

As the world focuses on building back better in the aftermath of COVID-19, this communication challenge is more pressing than ever.

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Dusshera – October 26 – Vijaya Dasami


The Navarathri is the Festival to commemorate the Victory of Good over Evil. The Embodiment of Divine Power (of Para-sakthi), in its various manifestations, Sathwic (as Maha-saraswathi), Rajasic (as Maha-lakshmi), Thamasic (as Maha Kali) Was able to overcome the forces of vice, wickedness and egoism during the Nine Days’ struggle and finally, on Vijaya Dasami Day (the Tenth Day commemorating Victory), the Valedictory Worship is done.

Calendars (panchang) vary from state to state in India, the north can vary from the South, Bengal varies from Tamil Nadu and other states have different days for Dusshera. Many states observed this day on October 25 due Adhika Masam, and other reasons. We post today, as given above.

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Navarathri Day 9 – October 25 – Siddhidatri

Goddess Siddhidatri

The Ninth day of Navarathri is given over to Goddess Siddhidhatri. In this form Mother Goddess provides ‘Siddhi’ or knowledge. Siddhidhatri is the full form of goddess Parvati. She has four hands holding a discus, conch shell, mace, and lotus. She is sitting on a fully bloomed lotus or a lion. The colour of the day is Purple.

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United Nations at 75

United Nations at 75In 1945, 51 nations signed up to the UN Charter, and the United Nations was born. The United Nations serves as a global forum where countries can raise and discuss the most difficult issues, including problems of war and peace. In addition to maintaining international peace and security, the UN protects human rights, delivers humanitarian aid, promotes sustainable development and upholds international law. Here we look to the work of the UN as it engages the world’s inhabitants as to what future they want to see happen with the UN.

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United Nations Day

United Nations Day

United Nations Day marks the anniversary of the entry into force in 1945 of the United Nations Charter. With the ratification of this founding document by the majority of its signatories, including the five permanent members of the Security Council, the United Nations officially came into being.

There is no other global organization with the legitimacy, convening power and normative impact of the United Nations. Today, the urgency for all countries to come together, to fulfil the promise of the nations united, has rarely been greater.

24 October has been celebrated as United Nations Day since 1948. This year, 2020, the United Nations will observe its 75th anniversary. There has been much consultation for UN 75, which will be taken up.

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Words about a time of debilitation, retrograde and self-care

debilitationDebilitation: The depletion or sapping of strength or energy: attenuation, depletion, devitalization, enervation, enfeeblement, impoverishment. As we have three debilitated planets at this time, along with significant transits of some planets, a word may help you understanding yours and other’s behaviours.

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Navarathri Day 6 – October 22 – Katyayani Puja


The sixth day of Navarathri is given over to Goddess Katyayani. She is called Katyayani because she was born as the daughter of Sage Katya of Katya clan. The colour of the day is Yellow. We have supplied a light green background to enable easy reading sans glare.

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Navarathri Day 5 – October 21 – Skandamata Puja

Skanda Mata

The fifth day of Navarathri is given over to Goddess Skandamata. Skanda is one of the names of Subramanya or Lord Muruga or Kartik – the General of the Army of the Devas and the most handsome God. Skanda Mata is the mother of Kartik. She is also known as Padmasana. The colour of the day is Royal Blue.

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