Original article from Cobra’s blog: “Weekly Event Meditation”, published on December 3, 2015.
Weekly Event Meditation
It is still of the utmost importance for as many people a possible to join our Weekly Meditation each Sunday. The light forces have instructed us to change Weekly Liberation Meditation into Weekly Event Meditation to change focus from the process of liberation into manifesting the Event as soon as possible.
This meditation helps the Light forces to ground the energy of Light on the surface of the planet to strengthen the Light grid which is needed to speed up the process of compression breakthrough. Number of people doing that meditation is the single most influential factor within the power of the surface human population for speeding up the timing of the Event.
We are always doing this meditation at 7 pm GMT each Sunday, regardless of winter / summer time. You can convert 7 pm GMT to your local time zone here:
1. Use your own technique to bring you to a relaxed state of consciousness
2. State your intent to use this meditation as a tool to speed up the process towards the Disclosure and the Event.
3. Visualize a beam of Light emanating from your Soul Star chakra (8 inches / 20 centimeters above your head) into the Soul Star chakras of everybody meditating.
4. Visualize the now collective beam of Light expanding into the Earth energy grid and connecting with Soul Star chakras of every sentient being on the surface of the planet, below the surface of the planet and throughout the Solar System. Visualize all beings involved in the Earth situation being harmonized with the purpose of manifesting the Disclosure and the Event as soon as possible in a positive way. Visualize all plasma strangelet and toplet bombs being harmlessly removed. Visualize all other exotic weapon technologies being exposed and then removed effortlessly. Visualize full Disclosure massive intel releases about the extraterrestrial presence and secret space programs through the mass media. Visualize the Event taking place, finally liberating planet Earth.
If you feel so guided, you can continue meditating with former Weekly Liberation Meditation (or certain parts of that meditation that appeal to you) after you finish our Weekly Event Meditation.
Instructions are here:
Youtube video for our new Weekly Event Meditation will be created soon and posted in my blog.
Victory of the Light!
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Shall Cobra provide us a weekly report concerning the result of weekly event meditation as a way of measure for our long lasting and endlessly result lack work.
Count myself and as many liGHT minded people i can find that wil be attending this meditation. Further this will be blogged, facebooked (via minds.com) and other impórtant venues.
On a personal mission to materialize “The Event” immediately.
How do I translate Universal Time into my time?
The Earth has 24 time zones. This article explains how to translate UTC to your local time zone.
The world is divided up into about 24 time zones. We say about because some states, regions or countries shift their times by half an hour from the strict 24 hour divisions. Standard time within most time zones is an integral number of hours offset from a time scale called Coordinated Universal Time (abbreviated UTC), maintained by a large number of very precise “atomic clocks” at laboratories around the world, including the U.S. Naval Observatory. For nontechnical purposes, we can presume that Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) is the same as Greenwich Meridian Time (GMT), although their exact definitions differ.
Via Wikimedia Commons in 2012
To translate UTC into your local time, use the following table:
|Atlantic Daylight Time|>. subtract 3 hours from UTC|
|Atlantic Standard Time|>. subtract 4 hours from UTC|
|Eastern Daylight Time|>. subtract 4 hours from UTC|
|Eastern Standard Time|>. subtract 5 hours from UTC|
|Central Daylight Time|>. subtract 5 hours from UTC|
|Central Standard Time|>. subtract 6 hours from UTC|
|Mountain Daylight Time|>. subtract 6 hours from UTC|
|Mountain Standard Time|>. subtract 7 hours from UTC|
|Pacific Daylight Time|>. subtract 7 hours from UTC|
|Pacific Standard Time|>. subtract 8 hours from UTC|
|Alaska Daylight Time|>. subtract 8 hours from UTC|
|Alaska Standard Time|>. subtract 9 hours from UTC|
|Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time|>. subtract 10 hours from UTC|
|Samoa Standard Time|>. subtract 11 hours from UTC|
|Greenwich Mean Time|>. same as UTC|
|British Summer Time|>. add 1 hour to UTC|
|Central European Time|>. add 1 hour to UTC|
|Central European Summer Time|>. add 2 hours to UTC|
|Eastern European Time|>. add 2 hour to UTC|
|Eastern European Summer Time|>. add 3 hours to UTC|
|Charlie Time (Mid East)|>. add 3 hour to UTC|
|Delta Time (Mid East)|>. add 4 hour to UTC|
|Western Standard Time|>. add 8 hours to UTC|
|Western Summer Time|>. add 9 hours to UTC|
|Central Standard Time|>. add 9:30 hours to UTC|
|Central Summer Time|>. add 10:30 hours to UTC|
|Eastern Time|>. add 10 hours to UTC|
|Eastern Summer Time|>. add 11 hours to UTC|
Asia and Africa time zones
Examples of how to convert from UTC to your local time
Let’s say you live in Houston, Texas, which is in Central Standard Time (U.S.). To convert 18 UTC into your local time, subtract 6 hours, to get 12 CST. During daylight saving (summer) time, you would only subtract 5 hours, so 18 UTC would convert to 13 CDT.
Or, let’s say you’re in Paris, France, which is in Central European Time. To convert 18 UTC into your local time, add 1 hour, to get 19 CET. In summer, add 2 hours to get 20 CEST.
When converting zone time to or from UTC, dates must be properly taken into account. For example, 10 March at 02 UTC is the same as 9 March at 21 EST (U.S.).
The table can also be used to determine the difference between the time observed in any two zones. For example, the table shows that Eastern Standard Time is three hours ahead of Pacific Standard Time (U.S.).
Bottom line: The Earth has 24 time zones, but when COBRA mentions a time, it’s often “Universal Time.” This article explains how to translate Universal Time, or UTC, to your local time zone.
Thank you Cobra, Dane Arr and others.
See you at meditation team Resistance.