Day 1 ~ Please call on the Angel of Divine Love (our Collective Conscious) to help all Americans who are up against the huge power of banks that get away with fraud and dishonesty. And, please will you share this page? Read more.
Day 2 ~ Your call to the Angel of Divine Love (our Collective Conscious) will add to a growing consciousness. As consciousness grows it will help Americans who are up against the huge power of banks that have for too long gotten away with fraud and dishonesty in foreclosures. Please share this page. Read More.
Day 3 ~ Your call to the Angel of Divine Love (our Collective Conscious) will add to a growing consciousness. As consciousness grows it will help Americans who are up against the huge power of banks that have for too long gotten away with fraud and dishonesty in foreclosures. Read more.
Day 5 ~ Your call to the Angel of Divine Love (our Collective Conscious) helps grow consciousness. It will help Americans who are up against the huge power of banks that have for too long gotten away with fraud and dishonesty in foreclosures. Read more.
Day 6 ~ Call on the Angel of Divine Love (our Collective Conscious). Or, in other words, put your thought out into the universe where it can connect with other thoughts. This kind of affirming is like mental word of mouth. If you haven’t ever done it before, it may seem unlikely to be effective, other than making you feel good in the way a nice daydream makes you feel good. But… Read more.
Day 7 ~ I was skeptical when I first heard about affirming, but I tested it, fully expecting it to be airy-fairy and useless in the practical world. But, events came together in an unforeseeable way. My income increased as I had “affirmed” and I bought the skirt and top that I had affirmed having, despite them being out of reach. Read more.
Day 8 ~ When I was a Realtor I affirmed finding the Right and Perfect buyer for each home I listed. I affirmed every night, one at a time. With one home it was particularly improbable that affirmations would work. The home was on a loudly busy street, plus I had only two weeks to sell it, or the government, which was transferring the homeowner, would put it into their relocation program. Read more.
Day 9 ~ To my surprise, after affirming, a couple who came to an Open House remarked on how quiet the house was. They said they were just moving here from Taiwan, and it was so nice to have such a lovely, quiet home with the garage they wanted, the right number of bedrooms and a big, fenced yard for the kids. Read more.
Day 10 ~ Although most of us have been taught to feel separate from one another our thoughts can connect with those of others with the same fluidity you hear in music. For a connection like that the thought has to be basically true. It has to reverberate on a level that your mind instantly recognizes as true. Read More.
Day 11 ~ The power of thought seems to include wanting something so much that it appears to come to you.
It is also possible that thoughts are almost palpable in the air around us, if we happen to be aware of them. Read more.
Day 12 ~ This morning someone from Wells Fargo’s Customer Care and Recovery Department called me about Social Media.
What that appears to mean, is that each one of you who tweeted, retweeted, and/or shared an Angel of Divine Love page, made a difference, a perceptible difference. Read more.
Days 13-15 ~ Being in an unjust situation, and powerless, is extremely stressful. Not only does stress of that nature shorten telomeres at the ends of your nerves, it actually shortens your life. Read more.
Day 16 ~ Should I give up on the Angel of Divine Love? Can Consciousness help when Wells Fargo is so powerful? I mean, Wells Fargo sent me its Draft Motion responding to the Court’s Notice of Inactivity one day before the Court filed it. Did the Court alert Wells Fargo before taking action. I’m feeling a little ganged up on.
Day 17 ~ Do we need new laws to protect American homeowners from banks?
We already have laws against fraud and the Constitution gives us a right to Due Process. But banks ignore these laws, so how can a new law be more powerful than the Constitution, so much more so in fact, that banks and courts would actually follow them.
Day 18 ~ You know how Santa is really a dad, a granddad, an uncle? The Angel of Divine Love is exactly that real.
No angel sat for an angel illustration. These aren’t portraits. We get that. Yet a few say they can’t contribute a thought because angels don’t exist.
Day 19 ~ What is an Angel?
The American Heritage Dictionary says an Angel is typically a benevolent celestial being acting as an intermediary between heaven and earth especially in Christianity, Judaism, Islam, and Zoroastrianism. one who manifests goodness, purity, and selflessness. A guiding influence.
Day 20 ~ In the Baha’i Book of Certitude the Baha’i founder describes angels as people whose human traits have been consumed with the fire of the love of God.
Once human traits and limitations are consumed, angelic people are clothed in spiritual attributes.
Day 21 ~ In Persia, 3,500 years ago, Zoroaster saw a shining being on the side of a river in which Zoroaster was purifying himself. The shining being emanated from God and came to be known as Good Mind.
Some of the other shining beings emanating from God were Truth, Love, Justice and Good Health.
Day 22 ~ In Jewish traditional texts Angels are messengers of God and are not worshiped. In fact, worship of Angels is severely condemned by rabbis as idolatry.
Some Jewish Angels, like Metatron, appear in the Talmud and medieval Jewish mystical texts. In Rabbinic tradition, Metatron is the highest of the Angels and serves as the celestial scribe.
Day 23 ~ “No, I never saw an angel, but it is irrelevant whether I saw one or not. I feel their presence around me.”
Day 24 ~ The Hebrew word for angel is “malach,” meaning messenger of God. According to the Zohar, the fundamental book of Jewish mystical thought known as Kabbalah, one of the angels’ tasks is to transport our words of prayer to God.
In addition there are other angels that we are said to create through our deeds. These angels are formed from the intellectual and emotional energy we invest in doing good deeds, in study of holy things and in prayer.
Day 25 ~ About Foreclosures
While 8.2 million foreclosures were begun 2007-2011, there were 4 million completed foreclosures. That’s about 3.4% of American homes.
During the Great Depression only 1% of homes were foreclosed.
By 2013, 5 million American homes had been foreclosed.
Day 26 ~ About Foreclosures
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Criminal Investigative Division ranked mortgage fraud as the lowest ranked criminal threat in its lowest crime category.
Inspector General slams DOJ’s prosecution of mortgage fraud ~ Read more.
Day 27 ~ The DOJ and Banks ~ If it’s appropriate to indict the foreign bank Credit Suisse for the relatively minor crime of aiding and abetting tax fraud, why isn’t it appropriate to indict America’s banks like B of A, Citicorp and Wells Fargo for massive mortgage fraud?
Eric Holder, DOJ, and Lanny Breuer, FBI Criminal Division, were lawyers for Wells Fargo and Bank of America, is that a factor?
Day 28 ~ DOJ and Wells Fargo agreed in 2012 that 4% of Wells Fargo’s earnings for a quarter was enough for people Wells Fargo targeted with a racial surtax. That’s about $15,000 per claim out of Wells Fargo’s $4.2 billion profit for the quarter. The DOJ generously allowed Wells Fargo to deny wrong doing.
The DOJ settlement was less generous to homeowners given it did not restore credit scores or homes.
Day 29 ~ People in Foreclosure
From September, 2008 when the economic collapse began until January, 2014, there have been 4.9 million completed foreclosures.
On average 2.6 people live in an American home. Thus, 12.74 million Americans lost their homes from September, 2008 to January, 2014. (More than half of Americans owned their homes.)
Day 30 ~ Childhood Foreclosed ~ Foreclosures force children from their homes ~ Education is disrupted, peer relationships crumble, social networks that support the children are fractured. Children cannot remain physically and emotionally healthy.
Studies tell us that children whose lives change like this are 50% less likely to graduate. Children changing schools several times are 20% more likely to have violent outbursts.
In 2008 alone, Cleveland had more than 2,100 homeless students.