With the 6 month mark of the Restoration declarations nearing I wish to make a statement to all Kiwi’s. This is the time to grab hold of the restoration in full. It is the time to stand in unity and together forge the new path of our future in harmony. Māori a Iwi and Pakeha must remember that the majority of people have been misled by the few and that the transition taking place in restoring truth and foundations that all can live in harmony is being founded. It is not a time to fear that change or hi jack it for self purpose but a time to celebrate leading the world into a new path of livability for all humanity, Mother earth, and her creatures. I must stress here it is not a time to be selfish thus in asking
‘what is in it for me?” the answer surely must be, giving to the future generations a world restored that they may live, giving to your nation that it may be restored and our people residing in it can live in harmony, it must be giving to your community that all can live in harmony, and lastly giving to your family that all may live in harmony. In doing this one is transformed into that harmony receiving back in kind.
It is not a time to hijack the restoration but a time to embrace it for it is a gift direct from God and to do so is to risk it being sealed. Lastly it is time to let go of past hurts, purify, and step up and into the new path forged ahead of this time, that all can become more than we are through restorative measures. Some will attempt to take over, it is your duty to stand up and refute this for now is the time for all to come together under the umbrella of the restoration which is done for all and not for a few. The restoration is a gift to all from the heart, it is upheld by God and is placed with arohanui absolute. Simply I warn those that would attempt to sink such a waka you jeopardise the world and all creation. To descend into this is to descend into creating a lesser path one filled with conflict and ongoing struggle. It is not a time to take five minutes of glory but a time to give in ongoing good for all. Bless you those that walk in the restoration surely you are the light, let this shine always. – TeManawa
God sealed this starting June 3rd 2015. All 8 seals were done at the time God was placing the seals and in synchronicity the signs were confirmed within New Zealand
1. Seal causes commotion on Auckland road 25th May 2015
A seal that has waddled onto a south Auckland road from a nearby inlet is causing a splash
First it was a part of Auckland put on ‘seal alert’. Now there is one ‘on the loose’ in Lower Hutt, north of Wellington.
The pup seal spotted at Papakura is now being watched by a group of people. – New Zealand Herald
What happened when seals invaded New Zealand
It was the synchronised invasion that no one could have prepared for.
3. Seal ‘on the loose’ in Lower Hutt 25th May 2015 Baby seal visits Wellington woman and gets a fish feed
An adorable baby seal made a welcome breakfast guest in a Kapiti Coast home on Sunday morning, after wandering in from the beach.
The seal first appeared on Raumati woman Clare Christian’s porch at about 9.30am, as she discovered when she went out to collect firewood.
There was this beautiful baby seal. I just sort of quietly backed away, then quietly sneaked forward again to take some photos.”
Christian fed the seal some tarakihi fish she had planned for her own dinner, and left the creäture to its own devices outside.
“Next thing I knew I turned around and he’d made his way into the lounge.”
The seal stayed for about 10 minutes, sat by the fire, and was completely at ease, Christian said.
“He was just so chilled, he was so relaxed.”
The seal then looked out Christian’s window towards the sea, and she helped guide him out of her house. After sitting “picturesquely” on a rock for a minute, he dived into the water, she said.
“It was pretty awesome.”
A young seal was spotted in the Lower Hutt suburb of Waiwhetu last week, and had to be forced out of a resident’s garage with a broom.
Mysterious bangs heard in Auckland
A mysterious loud explosion has stumped residents of Auckland’s central suburbs as to what it could be.
The banging was reportedly heard on Saturday around 11.30pm.
Police say they had no reports of anything that may have caused such an explosion, other than fireworks being let off.
The noise was heard in the Mt Albert, Mt Roskill and Three Kings area – as well as far away as Waterview to the west and Papakura to the south.
4. Papakura brings all the seals to the yard 3rd June 2015
It turns out Papakura is the place for seals to hang out, with the third seal to have been spotted in the area in just two weeks.
The latest culprit was spotted this morning, on Inlet Road, near the local Pak’n Save.
Seal comes ashore in Redcliffs, Christchurch 4th June 2015
The seal appeared on John Cameron-Lewis’ Redcliffs front lawn on Wednesday about 3.30pm..
5. Fifth seal in two weeks comes ashore in Auckland 5th June 2015
The fifth seal in two weeks has come to shore in South Auckland – this time in Manurewa.
Earlier this afternoon a seal had been spotted in Wattle Downs, Papakura.
6. Fur seals relax at Westshore Beach 8th June 2015
A New Zealand fur seal and her pup surfaced for a spot of swimming and sunbathing at Westshore yesterday.
Keen amateur photographer Corban Lugt, 15, jumped out of bed to snap the creatures about 8am as they lounged on the rocks and took a dip in the water at the end of Whakariri Ave.
7. Seal spotted swimming down Waikato River 30th June 2015
ullen Matthews was working in a Hamilton park when he heard what sounded like a goat. Seconds later, a seal floated pass.
Matthews was doing some work on the bank of the Waikato River in Featherstone Park, Flagstaff, about 8:30am Tuesday when he spotted the seal taking a morning swim.
3rd July 2015
A seal pup has been spotted on the Auckland Viaduct this morning. – New Zealand Herald