The tragic attack on cartoonists of a noted French satirical magazine and the corresponding killing of innocent bystanders at a Kosher Market in Paris highlights growing religious and social tensions which one would think could completely escalate in violence. However, in spite of the growing rivalries from religious and political hatred many in France, Europe and worldwide are coming together to say this has to stop and the solidarity of humanity is of ultimate importance.

Groups are coming together not to protest with hatred, but to protest against violence. Although each group has something to blame the other for, the process of seeking to move forward towards a greater unity of understanding is the only process that can take humanity away from the old scenarios of hatred and violence. Let us work together in greater fellowship with the Divine Names in using the affirmations of the 72 Sacred Names of God in Hebrew, Aramaic, Arabic and Greek to come together as the descendants of the offspring of Abraham to firm up a middle ground of fellowship through songs, holy names and sacred expressions.  With this we can turn the hearts and minds around and raise a humanity of Light workers who can overcome acts of violence.

In a unique way, the Lady or Virgin known as Mary/Miriam/Maria in the New Testament, as well as the Qur’an can play a very important role for the future of Europe. We turn to her at this time to neutralize any social imbalances with these words of strength:

Divine Mother, hear our prayers.  Bless all the children of Abraham with
Reconciliation through peaceful ways, forgiving hearts, and watchful eyes.
Divine Mother, in all Your Names, hear our prayers and music proclaiming
Unity with the Divine Father, the Mother and their many Sons and Daughters
as we say:


Maria Sophia, Alma Ain Soph, Al Sayyida (the Virgin Lady)
Help us to be Strong Peacemakers.(144x)
Amen, Amen, Amen and AmenDrs. J.J. Hurtak and Desiree Hurtak

“Marche républicaine 2015, Chambéry 7” picture by Florian Pépellin – Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0  via Wikimedia Commons