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During the long winter at Valley Forge, Micah appeared to [[George Washington]] in a vision of three great perils that would come upon the nation of America—the Revolutionary War, the War between the States, and a third world conflict. According to Anthony Sherman’s account of this vision, Washington related that he was shown the inhabitants of America “in battle array against each other. As I continued looking I saw a bright angel, on whose brow rested a crown of light, on which was traced the word ‘Union,’ bearing the American flag which he placed between the divided nation, and said, ‘Remember ye are brethren.’ Instantly, the inhabitants, casting from them their weapons, became friends once more and united around the National Standard.”<ref>{{SGA}}, pp. 142–51.</ref>
 
During the long winter at Valley Forge, Micah appeared to [[George Washington]] in a vision of three great perils that would come upon the nation of America—the Revolutionary War, the War between the States, and a third world conflict. According to Anthony Sherman’s account of this vision, Washington related that he was shown the inhabitants of America “in battle array against each other. As I continued looking I saw a bright angel, on whose brow rested a crown of light, on which was traced the word ‘Union,’ bearing the American flag which he placed between the divided nation, and said, ‘Remember ye are brethren.’ Instantly, the inhabitants, casting from them their weapons, became friends once more and united around the National Standard.”<ref>{{SGA}}, pp. 142–51.</ref>

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Josué atravessando o rio Jordão com a Arca da Aliança, Benjamin West (1800)

Micah, o Anjo da Unidade, é filho do Arcanjo Miguel. Ele e as suas legiões servem guardando a unidade da consciência Crística em toda a humanidade. A sua tarefa é expandir a paz e a harmonia da unidade, pelo mundo inteiro.

Com as crianças de Israel

Micah foi o anjo que protegeu os filhos de Israel quando vagueavam pelo deserto. Ele apareceu a Moisés e assistiu-o durante os quarenta anos da jornada dos israelitas pelo deserto. Separou as águas do mar Vermelho, e focalizou a coluna de fogo, à noite. Durante o dia, as suas legiões eram a coluna de nuvem.[1]

Podemos visualizar Micah na coluna de nuvem de fogo branco que acompanhou os filhos de Israel. A sua coroa de luz, ou auréola, carrega uma concentração extraordinária de luz azul, enquanto as vestes focalizam o intenso e ígneo rosa do amor no interior do relâmpago azul que ele usa em prol da libertação da humanidade.

Em Valley Forge

Artígo principal: [[Special:MyLanguage/a visão de Washington|{{{2}}}]]

During the long winter at Valley Forge, Micah appeared to George Washington in a vision of three great perils that would come upon the nation of America—the Revolutionary War, the War between the States, and a third world conflict. According to Anthony Sherman’s account of this vision, Washington related that he was shown the inhabitants of America “in battle array against each other. As I continued looking I saw a bright angel, on whose brow rested a crown of light, on which was traced the word ‘Union,’ bearing the American flag which he placed between the divided nation, and said, ‘Remember ye are brethren.’ Instantly, the inhabitants, casting from them their weapons, became friends once more and united around the National Standard.”[2]

His service today

Micah guards the union of fifty states of America and the destiny of the nation. He comes forth bringing the heritage of the patriarchs of the Law, the patrons of life and patriots of all ages. He holds the concept of the union of the children of Israel come again. Micah, the Spirit of Unity, has kept America a nation of fifty sovereign states.

Micah says, “You are wholly dependent upon the invincible power of God that beats your heart. Therefore, your heart ought to throb with the hearts of angels in the cosmic beat of unity.”[3] You can ask Micah and his angels of unity to walk by your side and help you to overcome the obstacles to your inner unity and your unity with others. Ask him to place his Electronic Presence over you. Invite him to overshadow you and show you what it feels like to be cradled in the flame of unity.

Micah once said that every individual must “stand guard every moment at his own doorstep to keep his house sweet and his heart a gateway for praise, wherein the glory of unity is preferred above all else.”[4] In order to stand guard to protect unity, we must start with ourselves and then move to the circle of our communities and nations. As Gandhi once said: “You must be the change you wish to see in the world.”

Sources of disunity on a national scale will not go away overnight. They take concerted work. They take sustained calls to Archangel Michael and his son, Micah. They take lots of violet flame to transmute the records and the hurts and wounds of the past.

We can perform a great service for the world if we concentrate our prayers and our violet-flame decrees into situations of discord. We must also be examples of the flame of unity and of community, right where we are.

Micah has sponsored a “Meditation for Unity” that we can give to help bring resolution into any situation of conflict.[5] Saint Germain’s “Ritual for the Creation of the Cloud” can also be extremely effective for resolving both personal and world problems.

See also

Archangel Michael

Sources

Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, The Masters and Their Retreats, s.v. “Micah.”

  1. Êx 13:21-22; 14:21-30.
  2. Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, Saint Germain On Alchemy: Formulas for Self-Transformation, pp. 142–51.
  3. Elizabeth Clare Prophet, “A Meditation for Unity,” Pearls of Wisdom, vol. 41, no. 44, November 1, 1998.
  4. Ibid.
  5. Ibid.