St.Clair Brief - Navigating The Unknown
St.Clair Brief weaves together many neccessary aspects of human existence with actual material survival suggestions for a world in chaos. Light-Seeds travels on the fringes of what society finds 'acceptable' - and now the "St.Clair Brief" goes further in challenging the 'old paradigm' thinking and behaviour of human's on planet Earth. St.Clair's message is that 'practical solutions' are fired from the 'furnaces' of the Creator ... and like some ancient Viking Saga the furnace is called imagination.
As a young man, St.Clair saw firsthand the banking and finance behaviour and practices that lead to the complete meltdown of investment, banking and paper currency throughout the world. Although highly successful, he left behind his 'future' carreer as a banker and Swiss Army Officer to research and study why human's live and behave the way they do. A gifted child and highly intelligent top grade student, St.Clair later experienced firsthand two main areas of destructive behaviour: the military and banking. Therefore he set out to understand the forces behind human existence, why we are here and where we are going.
St.Clair discovered that ultimately, where we originate (where we come from), is at the heart of deciding which paths we take in the years ahead. Human origins are not what modern society pretends.
The old-paradigm-mind is not going to understand the way the 'St.Clair Brief' is presented, because that mind lacks one key essential feature: Imagination! The reader may wonder why St.Clair includes extra-terrestrial presence on Earth as part of his 'Brief' ... because the hidden presence of extra-terrestrial influence on Earth is the biggest part of the game down here. Planet Earth has never been without an extra-terrestrial presence.
St.Clair also shares with the reader another, more important factor in human existence - a factor less obvious than UFOs and extra-terrestrial presence on Earth. This factor is an important aspect of man's survival and the key to us creating a 'future worth living': Human's are Time Travellers. St.Clair conveys this difficult subject in poetic story telling form, as the mystery is as beautiful and complex as the patterns of a butterfly's wings.
The important message conveyed in the 'St.Clair Brief' is that all aspects of human existence apply to navigating our way through our many lives on Earth (and elsewhere in the Cosmos). From the beginning St.Clair clearly saw that the dense, linear, rigid patriarchal system state of mind is creating the problem. Similar to Krishnamurti, he walked away from all of it - creating years of 'rejection' and hardship for himself. Everything he foresaw (until now) has come to pass.
The current unfolding of the economic disaster is what St.Clair calls: our failure to act. When you see that you are sailing onto the rocks you change course. However, 90 percent of people do not want to know the reality of where they are sailing - the ship is on auto-pilot and the people on board are lost in the game and trusting the system that runs the ship (ruins the ship is more accurate).
Very few people want to look at the whole picture. Society is addicted to the illusion and are now sailing too close to the rocks to avert disaster. With the 'St.Clair Brief' clues are given as to how people can leave the boat before it sinks. You need 'imagination' and contact to your own inner guide across the bridge of time. You also need to be practical and well prepared on a physical-material level.
St.Clair applies this in his own life on a daily basis. As an artist and skilled designer he brought together his 'dreams', his 'guidance' and his 'imagination' to create and produce crystal resonators and more recently Omega Artifacts. These tools are artistically crafted, but they are 'artifacts' not pieces of jewelry. Crafted by family Artisans the tools are intended to be produced in small quantities just as our Celtic ancestors did.
The mass production of material goods has led to the ugly world we see around us today. Mass production of weapons has made wars an easy option. The mass prodution of cars has standardized pollution. The mass production of food has made real food a 'luxury'. The mass production of plastics has made the oceans a garbage dump.
If the people in Greece innovated, designed, built and drove their own cars then they would not have to import cars as unemployment in the country rises. If local communities designed and built their own forms of transport then the materials and levels of pollution and sustainability would lie at the local level and not thousands of miles away across the ocean.
On every level St.Clair applies himself to finding and creating practical local solutions, as well as advising clients and universally sharing his vision with others across the world.