Dear Ubuntu Friends


Dear Ubuntu friends;

Hi; my name is Karin Lacy. I’m a Lightworker of the First Wave, presently living in Oregon. I read the Ubuntu book when it came out in 2013 and have been looking for co-creators to start or join an Ubuntu community ever since. Over the years I have posted on all Ubuntu blogs. Alas, things did not line up for me.

Then Michael Tellinger came out with his “One small town will change the world” concept. It is brilliant in every way. It is genius and yet so simple.In the end it is all about raising human consciousness. Each village, town, or city is already ascending towards a bright future for humanity. We just can’t see it yet in the physical.

We as the forerunners must now gather in soul families to further elevate our consciousness by raising our awareness to the maximum level possible at this time. We each are sparks of Prime Creator, on a journey of self-mastery. We need each other as mirrors in our journey of awakening. The time is now!

Just recently I had a psychic reading with Andrew Bartzis, the Galactic Historian. In talking about my goals I said that my long-term dream has been to join a community. I’d love to be part of an Ubuntu community.

Here is an excerpt of our conversation:

Andrew: “Ubuntu is a pipe dream in the U.S. It’s not real.”
Me: “Not yet”.
Andrew: “It’s not going to be real. I know all about it. None of the communities that ever started, go anywhere because they don’t have anything for conflict resolution.
And when they do find conflict resolution, it comes down to money. After a year everybody goes in a different direction, broke.
And there is a reason why humanity isn’t ready for these types of communities.
There are many people who are just like you who want those communities, but they never truly manifest.
When everybody is for this idea, why can’t anybody follow through?”
Me: “I asked myself that question many times.”
Andrew: “Humans need so much more to go through. They’ve got a lot to learn for these communities to become real.“
Me: “Yes, I guess we as the human family still have ways to go. I had hoped that by now we would be further along in our awakening.”
Andrew: “No, we are not.” (End of excerpt)

Last month Michael Tellinger gave 4 workshop online classes about the “One small town will change the world” campaign and afterwards offered the 10-hour lecture to everybody for $12.

The first lecture of 2.5 hrs was outstanding. Michael summed up the entire Ubuntu history and guides the audience all the way to the present moment. For those of you who are new to Ubuntu-Contributionism you’ll learn everything there is to know.

Unfortunately, so far no mayor, who has what it takes, has stepped forward to establish the first American Ubuntu town. Once there is a mayor I’m going to offer to serve as a volunteer.

About me:

On my website I have a category “Ubuntu-Contributionism” with 5 articles listed over the years. My search for my soul tribe or soul family is still valid.

I’m looking for people to start an online-platform group together.

Down the road one of us will want to take on the mayor assignment while we others serve as the core group or inner circle, as the foundation for this model community.

As Starseeds we must now step into our missions of manifesting the Golden Age of the New Earth, raising the consciousness level of one small town at a time, until we reach critical mass.

To my mind comes that very powerful phrase by Marianne Williamson to remind us of who we truly are.

Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, ‘Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?’ Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It’s not just in some of us; it’s in everyone. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.”
― Marianne Williams

Please read the 5 Ubuntu articles on my website. Only if you deeply feel that Ubuntu-Contributionism is your calling, then get back with me.

There’s only one restriction I have to make: I want to live on the West coast and/or Western States; no places with harsh winters for me!

In Unity and Resonance,

Karin Lacy