Alia’s Comment: My husband, Tomas, and I have been cultivating an international group of friends in virtual reality for the past three years. In October 2013, we attended an event in southern California that brought 100 of these internet friends together face to face for the first time. After an extraordinary extended weekend (during which time we mostly agreed that we were even better in person that over Skype or on Facebook) about 30 of those attendees began the OPAL (One People Absent Limits) Family Tour that crossed the southern part of the USA in RVs, forming a mobile conscious community as they went.
Yours truly made a spontaneous choice to join the tour and traveled with two ladies and a cat for the first 10 days. Two of us returned to the West Coast after that but the rest of the folks continued on, deepening the community spirit as they dealt with the joys and challenges of traveling in older, repair-intensive RVs, finding accommodations and providing meals for 30-40 community members on any given day. Oh, and broadcasting from the road four days out of seven, hosting call-in Blogtalk radio shows. No easy trick. All along the way the OPAL family did energy clearing work, sometimes with Native Elders, in order to pave the way for a new paradigm of living — absent limits, where love is the solution to any “problem.” In all honesty, it was a personal growth workshop 24/7, even though it often had the appearance of a traveling party. Let me tell you, it was not for the faint of heart. I was challenged to the hilt regarding my need to have structure, know what was coming next and trusting my heart to lead me.
When the group made it to North Carolina in mid-December there was another huge extended weekend event to wrap up what was then considered Phase I of the OPAL Family USA Tour. What emerged next was definitely unexpected: to go to Morocco and form an intentional community. Why Morocco? The core team had already visited Morocco for six weeks in May/June 2013 and a few of those team members had been living there since then. There was the possibility of developing suppressed technologies, such as free energy devices and advanced healing modalities — unrestricted by the big oil and big pharma interests that dominate the markets in most of the rest of the world. Morocco, it seems, doesn’t have much to exploit or plunder and thus, it has been pretty much ignored by the multi-national corporations.
Tomas and I “got the call” to join the group in Morocco about ten days ago. We have been living in a small coastal town in Oregon for over six years. We had a feline companion who needed a new home — not just any home, a REALLY PURRFECT HOME. Today, we moved Merlina to Kitty Paradise, only a few minutes’ drive from our house. Tomas needed to find a replacement yoga teacher for the classes he’s been teaching through the local community college. His students LOVE him; we found the perfect teacher, at least for the next quarter. In December I accepted a two-day-a-week assignment at a local doctor’s office. After three months, I’m just feeling comfortable. I’m still looking for the perfect replacement for myself; I have a strong intention for that person to show up this week and begin training.
And then there is the liquidation of our home of six years. Even though it’s only a two bedroom duplex, we still managed to accumulate a whole heck of a lot of STUFF. It’s a HUGE let-go and with each box that goes out the door, we are feeling lighter and freer and more joyous.
We land in Tangiers, Morocco on the morning of April 9th and begin the next phase of our life together with friends who are committed to the same goals and values as we are. We are leaving behind many other friends and family members who will accompany us in our hearts. It is sad to say “good-bye,” yet it is hard to stifle the excitement of moving toward our long-held dream of being part of this kind of unified endeavor.
As the motto of the OPAL Family says: “We are the ones we’ve been waiting for — and we’re DONE waiting.” We are going to Morocco to BE the change we want to see in the world for the highest good of ALL. Blessed BE!
Below you will find some information about the small village of Aouchtam that will be our new home for awhile. Enjoy, Alia
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Created by Hope Moore on March 12, 2014
We have some very exciting news to share. ! Fix the World (FTW) and the One People Community (OPC) of Aouchtam Morocco have joined efforts to help a village in need. This is an altruistic and humanitarian effort to help transform an entire village of people that need it the most. Thanks to the success of our campaign, FTW has been able to donate a Quantum Energy Generator (QEG) to the village! This free energy generator will be used to pump water from the town well and supply 300 people with running water.
In addition, The One People Community of Aouchtam is now acquiring the warehouse, the tools, the engineers, and the people necessary to create their own cottage industry community unit (CICU) for QEG manufacturing and production to supply North Africa with QEG’s. This will completely transform the economy of the entire village, who are now living in poverty. Less than 50% of the people living there have electricity.
The QEG has been paid for by the beautiful friends and supporters of FTW, and true world change agents. The teams needed in Aouchtam are assembled. Everything is ready!
Incredibly, within 21 hours, 53 contributors raised $6400 to buy plane fare for Hope Girl (Hope Moore) and two others, plus living costs for the three for their two + week stay in Morocco. This is truly an example of Power by the People for the People.
Thank you so much for you help! We can’t do this without you and a new spirit of service to humanity!
Meet the village of Aouchtam:
Aouchtam Morocco is a small village overlooking the south western Mediterranean coastline towards the southern edge of Spain. This quaint town is soon to become a nexus of consciousness, one amongst many that are emerging all over the world.
Aouchtam is home to a humble resident population of several hundred villagers whom are warm and welcoming. The Café and small market mark the village center. Economy functions mainly on tourism during the summer months and with a very simple life dominating the rest of the year. The people are traditional and down to earth. Life is very simple for some, using donkeys to pull water from the wells scattered throughout the town while others have well water pumped into grand houses over looking the sea.
Men can be seen herding goats up into the hill side or down by the beach. The sound of the sea can be heard 100 feet into land. A local baker, a women of traditional Moroccan descent, beats a simple wheat loaf out onto poly-ethylene patio tables serving as a bakers bench and revealing the industrious nature of the people here.
Five times a day the song of the Muslim call to Prayer can be heard throughout the valley. While being warm and friendly to each other in some instances, there are still cultural norms and traditions. Public affection between couples is looked down upon while friends and acquaintances can be seen walking down the street holding hands. Many of the women wear traditional Arab dress, while the men brandish western skinny jeans with bleach patches stylistically emblazoned back to front. The burka, a type of robe or shawl with a hood is a standard amongst the men; a sort of “full body hoody.”
The Local school is housed next to the Café. The children there are bright and seem eager to soak up the wisdom life has to offer. The roof of the school leaks heavily due to civil engineering issues, and the main road up to the mountain homes is a semi level creek bed.
While Aouchtam may have what the world would call “poor living conditions” — with some living in stone huts and straw shacks nestled into the hillside — nothing about the demeanor of the people speaks of unhappiness. Crime is low and the people gather to help each other in many ways. The local the inhabitants.exude a general feeling of contentment with life.
Please see the following schedule below for QEG distribution and HopeGirl availability:
-The QEG will be open sourced by March 25.
-Full sets of documents including guidelines for how to start your own Cottage Industry Community Unit (CICU) will be published on the Fix the World Website by March 25.
-HopeGirl will be presenting the QEG to the world at the Alchemy Event Conference in April.
-HopeGirl and the QEG team will be traveling for the month of April and will have limited availability during this time until our return in May.
-Pre-orders for a limited number of QEG’s will commence in the middle of May.
-Consulting services to assist CICU start up’s for QEG’s will commence in the middle of May.