Presumably not all Star Children incarnated as human beings are currently in a position to perform their mission for this lifetime. Even considering the Rule of Forgetfulness, with more than 1 billion Star Children and abundant opportunities to make a difference, the Zetas stated, "Most proceeding fade during the first battle." It would appear the majority of adult Star Children refuse to step up to the plate although the need is great. All Star Children are incarnated by service to other souls from a density above third, so why don't more take up the challenge? Do they think they have too much to lose (careers, homes, reputations) or are they often simply too afraid? Is there anything ZetaTalk fans can do to change this unfortunate state of affairs? [and from another] Could the reason possibly be that most of these Star Children (and others) may not even realize what their mission is due to the natural Law of Forgetfulness? I do realize the incarnated human body is on a “need to know” basis as far as the individual soul is concerned, but can the Zeta’s tell us if there’s any way to shed light on the mission (early on), or eliminate some of the darkness or “forgetfulness”, so there’s less of what seems to be aimless wandering around, or a distinct feeling of disconnect, for what could be a lifetime before “enlightenment” is achieved? Seems like so much more could be accomplished if they knew what their mission was. Is the Rule of Forgetfulness still in play in 4th D? Does the "shroud" get lighter and lighter as we move up in dimensions?
If there are a billion incarnated Star Children on Earth at present, why does it seem they are not making a difference? Where are they in N Korea, where the people are starving while war mongering dictators spend the countries treasure on weapons development? Where are they in Syria where the citizens are being murdered in the streets and the dictator even unleashes chemical weapons? Protests are not allowed, and the dictators are cruel. Where are the Star Children in these countries? We mentioned that the Arab Spring was greatly assisted by Star Children, who acted as Walk-Ins, knowing the torture and death they would likely face. Jesus was an example of a Star Child determined to make a difference, courageous in the face of crucifixion. Is courage such a rare commodity among Star Children?
We have explained that the Earth is a particularly violent world, due to having large predators so that early man had to have great courage, including blind rage, for the troop to survive. This setting is not typical, so most Star Children do not come from a background where heroism was called for. The Earth also has a history with the Annunaki, who were giants in the eyes of men, and cruel. The Aztec practice of tearing hearts from living humans stems from the Annunaki, who did this to control rebellion in their slaves. Add to this genetic and cultural heritage the increasing polarization of the spiritual orientations. The dictatorial and cruel become more so, during their last incarnation on Earth, wishing to impress their future masters on the prison planets which will perforce be their new homes.
Enter the Star Child. Where the soul is dominant during any incarnation, the soul’s mission may be a shock to the human brain and body. The Rule of Forgetfulness is imposed by nature, and most Star Children take advantage of this so the incarnated human can get educated and assume a position in human society where they can made a difference without being crippled by anxiety. When the time comes for action, it is not just the human who might feel faint. Facing retaliation for action that might include horrific torture, imprisonment while being subject to a prison culture, being maimed, being exiled so that starvation and humiliation could result – both the soul and incarnated human can hesitate. This does not mean the mission is aborted. It means the mission is amended.