Operation Compassion Program

Operation Compassion Program
Bringing Light To A Darkened World


Saturday, December 31, 2011

A directed New Year Message To Our OPC Angels

I just wish to thank all our angels for their tireless and 'unpaid' contributions. This will change shortly after the Bad Guys blockages are stopped.

I presently sit behind a stack of envelopes ready to be Fed Ex --- waiting for the Blessings to drop, so I can insert Money Orders into them.

This WILL happen and IS ABOUT to happen.

This was to happen some time ago but the Dark Cabal have been blocking, blocking and blocking.

I still stand and go forward undeterred.


GOD Bless You and Yours,

John MacHaffie  HIS humble servant

Blessed New Year Of 2012

Happy, Blessed and Prosperous New Year of 2012 to you all. 

Intel Dinar RV

Our deep intel sources and moles deep down the rabbit holes have all been 'technicians' and not accustomed to deceits and lies of the dark cabal.

We (Our confidential intel group) have been informed the Dinar RV was going to Pop a few weeks ago. Dark Cabal blocked it again, Timmie boy up to his tricks again.

It has been blocked by the dark cabal until now. Some of the methods used have compromised bankers, compromised programs managers, hidden software to misdirect the funds and etc. 

Strongly suggest Bank Of Scotland to be avoided!

Another late developing factor is the protocol directive that the banking system must be safe and honorable before the RV. The tardiness of the RV till 2012 is to ensure the Federal Reserve Bank and the IRS will not have access to your Dinar Cash-In funds. These private entities shall be going down in 2012 and there powers have already been removed. In short - no IRS for individuals.

Those dinar gurus talking about taxes and etc. --- whatever you decide in a few weeks!

Iraq already announced the RV in a mosque yesterday morning. 

THE WORLD DINAR CASH IN (Allowing for no Dark Cabal 

Blockage) WILL be Tuesday morning 9:00 am EST. Expect a HIGH INITIAL RATE!




Have gone out and are going out. 
The holdup and intel lies & deceits originate from the Dark Cabal. We including me, folks have been played big time. The messengers have also been played. Be glad when this roller coaster ride ends. 

Total PP letters is approx 330,000 and they have been going out at approx 10,000 a day. Delivery is done very carefully by bank courier. A courier from your designated private bank will be hand delivering a registered letter. When you sign for it -- you are under a very strict & tight Non-Disclosure. One word to anyone and you lose it all!

The letter is merely a bank appointment notification letter. 

An ATM card with 80K on it awaits you at the bank after you go through an intensive 2+hrs review of the Program(s). How much funds are in each participant's assignment. I drop the phone when I first heard it! 


I have been Blessed and Honored to meet some beautiful souls in this grand adventure. From Nesara, Restore America and The Lightworkers. The primary purpose of all these Blessings at this time is to reset the world, to restore your freedoms and happiness. 

As several gurus have said ---Pay it forward. Remember those in need like yourselves now.

It also interesting to note the contributions of several wonderful souls.

Poofness - Thankyou for your guidance and messages.
Fulford - Your intel is awesome - Thankyou

They have held true while the ghost has lost all credibility.

GOD Bless You And Yours,

John MacHaffie   HIS humble servant

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

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Compassion - Spiritual Practices

Spiritual Practices:Compassion

Judgment, Pain

The Basic Practice
Compassion is a feeling deep within ourselves —a "quivering of the heart" — and it is also a way of acting — being affected by the suffering of others and moving on their behalf. Buddha and Jesus are the most well known exemplars of compassion, and it is the central ethical virtue in the two religions that developed from their teachings.
The spiritual practice of compassion is often likened to opening the heart. First, allow yourself to be feel the suffering in the world, including your own. Don't turn away from pain; move toward it with caring. Go into situations where people are hurting. Identify with your neighbors in their distress. Then expand the circle of your compassion to include other creatures, nature, and the inanimate world.

To see more resources about this practice, use the links in the left column on this and the following pages.

Why This Practice May Be For You
The practice of compassion increases our capacity to care. It reinforces charity, empathy, and sympathy. It is very good exercise for your heart muscle.
But when you move toward others with compassion, you are likely to bump into some common attitudes, just waiting to close your heart again. The usual suspects are judgment and all its associated "isms": racism, sexism, ageism, classism, and nationalism.
On a personal level, your compassion is sabotaged by feelings of ill will toward others: spite and malice. These feelings, and others arising out of emotional wounds and personal pain, are actually symptoms indicating that you need to have compassion for yourself.

A Guide to Cultivating Compassion in Your Life, With 7 Practices

A Guide to Cultivating Compassion in Your Life, With 7 Practices

“If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.” - Dalai Lama
Post written by Leo Babauta. Follow me on Twitter .
I believe compassion to be one of the few things we can practice that will bring immediate and long-term happiness to our lives. I’m not talking about the short-term gratification of pleasures like sex, drugs or gambling (though I’m not knocking them), but something that will bring true and lasting happiness. The kind that sticks.
The key to developing compassion in your life is to make it a daily practice.
Meditate upon it in the morning (you can do it while checking email), think about it when you interact with others, and reflect on it at night. In this way, it becomes a part of your life. Or as the Dalai Lama also said, “This is my simple religion. There is no need for temples; no need for complicated philosophy. Our own brain, our own heart is our temple; the philosophy is kindness.”
Let’s use the Wikipedia definition of Compassion :
Compassion is an emotion that is a sense of shared suffering, most often combined with a desire to alleviate or reduce the suffering of another; to show special kindness to those who suffer. Compassion essentially arises through empathy, and is often characterized through actions, wherein a person acting with compassion will seek to aid those they feel compassionate for.
Compassionate acts are generally considered those which take into account the suffering of others and attempt to alleviate that suffering as if it were one’s own. In this sense, the various forms of the Golden Rule  are clearly based on the concept of compassion.
Compassion differs from other forms of helpful or humane behavior in that its focus is primarily on the alleviation of suffering.
Why develop compassion in your life? Well, there are scientific studies that suggest there are physical benefits to practicing compassion — people who practice it produce 100 percent more DHEA, which is a hormone that counteracts the aging process, and 23 percent less cortisol — the “stress hormone.”
But there are other benefits as well, and these are emotional and spiritual. The main benefit is that it helps you to be more happy, and brings others around you to be more happy. If we agree that it is a common aim of each of us to strive to be happy, then compassion is one of the main tools for achieving that happiness. It is therefore of utmost importance that we cultivate compassion in our lives and practice compassion every day.
How do we do that? This guide contains 7 different practices that you can try out and perhaps incorporate into your every day life.
7 Compassion Practices
  1. Morning ritual. Greet each morning with a ritual. Try this one, suggest by the Dalai Lama: “Today I am fortunate to have woken up, I am alive, I have a precious human life, I am not going to waste it. I am going to use all my energies to develop myself, to expand my heart out to others, to achieve enlightenment for the benefit of all beings, I am going to have kind thoughts towards others, I am not going to get angry or think badly about others, I am going to benefit others as much as I can.” Then, when you’ve done this, try one of the practices below.
  2. Empathy Practice. The first step in cultivating compassion is to develop empathy for your fellow human beings. Many of us believe that we have empathy, and on some level nearly all of us do. But many times we are centered on ourselves (I’m no exception) and we let our sense of empathy get rusty. Try this practice: Imagine that a loved one is suffering. Something terrible has happened to him or her. Now try to imagine the pain they are going through. Imagine the suffering in as much detail as possible. After doing this practice for a couple of weeks, you should try moving on to imagining the suffering of others you know, not just those who are close to you.
  3. Commonalities practice. Instead of recognizing the differences between yourself and others, try to recognize what you have in common. At the root of it all, we are all human beings. We need food, and shelter, and love. We crave attention, and recognition, and affection, and above all, happiness. Reflect on these commonalities you have with every other human being, and ignore the differences. One of my favorite exercises comes from a great article from Ode Magazine — it’s a five-step exercise to try when you meet friends and strangers. Do it discreetly and try to do all the steps with the same person. With your attention geared to the other person, tell yourself:
    1. Step 1: “Just like me, this person is seeking happiness in his/her life.”
    2. Step 2: “Just like me, this person is trying to avoid suffering in his/her life.”
    3. Step 3: “Just like me, this person has known sadness, loneliness and despair.”
    4. Step 4: “Just like me, this person is seeking to fill his/her needs.”
    5. Step 5: “Just like me, this person is learning about life.”
  4. Relief of suffering practice. Once you can empathize with another person, and understand his humanity and suffering, the next step is to want that person to be free from suffering. This is the heart of compassion — actually the definition of it. Try this exercise: Imagine the suffering of a human being you’ve met recently. Now imagine that you are the one going through that suffering. Reflect on how much you would like that suffering to end. Reflect on how happy you would be if another human being desired your suffering to end, and acted upon it. Open your heart to that human being and if you feel even a little that you’d want their suffering to end, reflect on that feeling. That’s the feeling that you want to develop. With constant practice, that feeling can be grown and nurtured.
  5. Act of kindness practice. Now that you’ve gotten good at the 4th practice, take the exercise a step further. Imagine again the suffering of someone you know or met recently. Imagine again that you are that person, and are going through that suffering. Now imagine that another human being would like your suffering to end — perhaps your mother or another loved one. What would you like for that person to do to end your suffering? Now reverse roles: you are the person who desires for the other person’s suffering to end. Imagine that you do something to help ease the suffering, or end it completely. Once you get good at this stage, practice doing something small each day to help end the suffering of others, even in a tiny way. Even a smile, or a kind word, or doing an errand or chore, or just talking about a problem with another person. Practice doing something kind to help ease the suffering of others. When you are good at this, find a way to make it a daily practice, and eventually a throughout-the-day practice.
  6. Those who mistreat us practice. The final stage in these compassion practices is to not only want to ease the suffering of those we love and meet, but even those who mistreat us. When we encounter someone who mistreats us, instead of acting in anger, withdraw. Later, when you are calm and more detached, reflect on that person who mistreated you. Try to imagine the background of that person. Try to imagine what that person was taught as a child. Try to imagine the day or week that person was going through, and what kind of bad things had happened to that person. Try to imagine the mood and state of mind that person was in — the suffering that person must have been going through to mistreat you that way. And understand that their action was not about you, but about what they were going through. Now think some more about the suffering of that poor person, and see if you can imagine trying to stop the suffering of that person. And then reflect that if you mistreated someone, and they acted with kindness and compassion toward you, whether that would make you less likely to mistreat that person the next time, and more likely to be kind to that person. Once you have mastered this practice of reflection, try acting with compassion and understanding the next time a person treats you. Do it in little doses, until you are good at it. Practice makes perfect.
  7. Evening routine. I highly recommend that you take a few minutes before you go to bed to reflect upon your day. Think about the people you met and talked to, and how you treated each other. Think about your goal that you stated this morning, to act with compassion towards others. How well did you do? What could you do better? What did you learn from your experiences today? And if you have time, try one of the above practices and exercises.
These compassionate practices can be done anywhere, any time. At work, at home, on the road, while traveling, while at a store, while at the home of a friend or family member. By sandwiching your day with a morning and evening ritual, you can frame your day properly, in an attitude of trying to practice compassion and develop it within yourself. And with practice, you can begin to do it throughout the day, and throughout your lifetime.
This, above all, with bring happiness to your life and to those around you.
Do you have experience in practicing compassion? Share your thoughts and ideas in the comments.
“My message is the practice of compassion, love and kindness. These things are very useful in our daily life, and also for the whole of human society these practices can be very important.” - Dalai Lama


Sunday, December 25, 2011

Galactic Message for your soul MUST LISTEN --MUST LISTEN

This is an unusual posting ---- of the spiritual kind. "We are all about Love and Family -- Christmas should be everyday"

Call this phone number 218 936 4143

For 3 hr message on 12/22 -- use pin # 929448#

Very warm messages directed towards you ---- you may be tears.

He calls himself this time 'Santa' 

The man speaking is from Out Of World -- Galactic! Known to 
be a possible spaceship commander.  LOVE IT!
The same spiritual guide 'anonymous' from the David Wilcock recording.


Hi John I was asked to get this call out to the world as fast as I can so I am asking PLEASE send this message out. 
Dial 218-936-4143 the recorded number is 929448 . 
You can listen to the whole call or if you want to go to the main message press the * button it will say skip amount set to 30 seconds, 
press the * button again it will say skip amount set to 1 minute, press the * button again it will say skip amount set to 5 minutes. 
After you do that press the number 3 key 24 times. Then start to listen you will see what we are to become. Thanks to all Tugboat Harry


Saturday, December 24, 2011


To all that visit here --- A Blessed Merry Christmas To All

John MacHaffie

Christmas Card

Christmas Card

T'was the month before Christmas
When all through our land,
Not a Christian was praying
Nor taking a stand.
See the PC Police had taken away
The reason for Christmas - no one could say.
The children were told by their schools not to sing
About Shepherds and Wise Men and Angels and things.
It might hurt people's feelings, the teachers would say
December 25th is just a ' Holiday'.
Yet the shoppers were ready with cash, checks and credit
Pushing folks down to the floor just to get it!
CDs from Madonna, an X BOX, an I-Pod
Something was changing, something quite odd!
Retailers promoted Ramadan and Kwanzaa
In hopes to sell books by Franken & Fonda.
As Targets were hanging their trees upside down
At Lowe's the word Christmas - was no where to be found.
At K-Mart and Staples and Penny's and Sears
You won't hear the word Christmas; it won't touch your ears.
Inclusive, sensitive, Di-ver-si-ty
Are words that were used to intimidate me.
Now Daschle, Now Darden, Now Sharpton, Wolf Blitzer
On Boxer, on Rather, on Kerry, on Clinton!
At the top of the Senate, there arose such a clatter
To eliminate Jesus, in all public matter.
And we spoke not a word, as they took away our faith
Forbidden to speak of salvation and grace
The true Gift of Christmas was exchanged and discarded
The reason for the season, stopped before it started.
So as you celebrate 'Winter Break' under your 'Dream Tree'
Sipping your Starbucks, listen to me.
Choose your words carefully, choose what you say
not Happy Holiday!
Please, all Christians join together and
wish everyone you meet
Christ is The Reason' for the Christ-mas Season!
If you agree please forward, if not, simply delete. 

John 3:16

John 3:16  
A little boy was selling newspapers on the corner,
the people were in and out of the cold.

The little boy was so cold that he wasn't trying to sell  many papers.

He walked up to a policeman and said,
"Mister, you wouldn't happen to know where a poor boy
could find a warm place to sleep tonight would you?

You see, I sleep in a box up around the corner there and 
down the alley and it's awful cold in there for tonight.

Sure would be nice to have a warm place to stay."

The policeman looked down at the little boy and said, "You
go down the street to that big white house and you knock
on the door. When they come out the door you just say
John 3:16, and they will let you in."

So he did. He walked up the steps and knocked on the 
door, and a lady answered. He looked up and said,
"John 3:16." The lady said, "Come on in, Son."

She took him in and she sat him down in a split bottom
rocker in front of a great big old fireplace, and she went 
off. The boy sat there for a while and thought to himself:
John  3:16  .   I don't understand   it, but it sure makes a
cold boy warm.

Later she came back and asked him "Are you hungry ? "
He said, "Well, just a little.. I haven't eaten in a couple of
days, and I guess I could stand a little bit of food,"

The lady took him in the kitchen and sat him down to a table 
full of wonderful food. He ate and ate until he couldn't eat
any more.. Then he thought to himself:
John !  3:16  ..Boy, I sure don't understand it but it sure
makes a hungry boy full.

She took him upstairs to a bathroom to a huge bathtub 
filled with warm water, and he sat there and soaked for a
while. As he soaked, he thought to himself: John 3:16 
I sure don't understand it, but it sure makes a dirty boy
clean. You know, I've not had a bath, a real bath, in my 
whole life. The only bath I ever had was when I stood in
front of that big old fire hydrant as they flushed it out.
The lady came in and got him.. She took him to a room,
tucked him into a big old feather bed , pulled the covers 
up around his neck, kissed him goodnight and turned out
the lights. As he lay in the darkness and looked out thewindow at the snow coming down on that cold night,
he thought to himself: John  3:16 ...I don't understand it but 
it sure makes a tired boy rested.

The next morning the lady came back up and took him
down again to that same big table full of food. After he
ate, she took him back to that same big old split bottom 
rocker in front of the fireplace and picked up
a big old Bible.

She sat down in front of him and looked into his young face.
"Do you understand John    3:16  ?" she asked gently... He
replied, "No, Ma'am, I don't.. The first time I ever heard it 
was last night when the policeman told me to use it,"
She opened Th e Bible to John  3:16  and began to explain
to him about Jesus. Right there, in front of that big old fireplace,
he gave his heart and life to Jesus. He sat there 
and thought: John  3:16  -- don't understand it, but it sure
makes a lost boy feel safe.

You know, I have to confess   I don't understand   it either,
how God was willing to send His Son to die for me, and how
Jesus would agree to do such a thing.   I don't understand
the agony of the Father and every angel in heaven as 
they watched Jesus suffer and die.   I don't understand   the intense
love for ME that kept Jesus on the cross till the end.
I don't understand   it, but it sure does make life worth living..

John  3:16  For God so loved the world, that he gave his only
begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should
not perish, but have everlasting life. 

If you aren't ashamed to do this, please follow the directions

Jesus said, "If you are ashamed of me, I will be ashamed
of you before my Father.  Pass this on only if you mean it.  
I do Love God. He is my source of existence.. He keeps
me functioning each and every day. Phil  4:13    If you love
God and are not ashamed of all the marvelous things he
has done for you, send this on. 

Take 60 seconds & give this a shot !
Let's just see if Satan stops this one.

All you do is:  
1) Simply say a small prayer for the person who sent you this, 
"Father, God bless this person in whatever it is that You know
he or she may be needing this day !"

2) Then send it on to ten other people.
Within hours ten people have prayed for you,
and you caused a multitude of people to pray to God.

   "God grant me serenity
to accept the things I cannot change,
the courage to change the things I can,
and the wisdom to know the difference."