John F. Kennedy
March 14th, 2018
To all my friends and even my enemies…it is I, John F. Kennedy…or, Jack.
I have asked this one to please receive a message from me, and she willingly accepted.
First and foremost, I would like to thank all of you “Keepers of the Truth”, who have continued on with the efforts I put forth, to try and rid our world of the menacing elements who have been burdening humanity with injustices of many kinds…injustices of our pride, our brother and sisterhood, our compassion, our liberty, and our pursuit of happiness.
I was appalled when I first learned of the many scoundrels who surrounded me during my Presidency. I knew that we would not be able to move forward in ways that would provide us with our inalienable rights of humanity, until we eliminated their stronghold on us all.
I attempted to do what I thought was right, and they did what they believed they needed to do, to me. However, the ending of my life upon this Earth, did not stop the fight for right…in fact, their assassination of me actually backfired on them, because they did not realize how beloved I was, by you special souls, here. In fact, their little escapade caused an exponential increase in the number of people who “awakened” because of my “temporary” death…and who have marched onward into battle against these ones who choose darkness over light.
My heart is so very full right now, when I see how many beautiful souls are fighting the good fight…the fight of might, and right…the fight to finally see liberty and justice, for ALL. I am not “gone”, just a bit translucent, now (smile).
I wanted to inform you that I am here, and cheering you all onward…for each of you are making a much-needed difference in bringing in more Light…more Light to shine on those areas which need to be seen, by those who have not yet seen it. You are all in my prayers, and in my heart, and I thank you for all of the times when I have been so very blessed to feel myself, in your hearts, as well.
May the Light shine upon All…forever and forever. Until we meet again. Your beloved, JFK.