Is there any substance to the belief that the rekindling of the Earth's Light Grid can be achieved, and indeed, whether such a grid exists at all? Is the axis of the Archangel Michael the real deal, or just a bunch of occultesque rambling - that is, a laundry list (as defined by Umberto Eco)?
Mention the occult, and our social conditioning immediately causes us to recoil in fear. We imagine the baddies in afore-mentioned Umberto Eco's Foucault's Pendulum, sacrificial virgins and the undead. No, no, no! Just allowing your mind to go there is a mortal sin. And yet, the call to meditation appears, on the surface at least, to have come from a real desire to heal the earth. So, even though I'm skeptical about the existence of The Grid, I nevertheless decided to turn off the lights and shut down the computer. I resisted eating or drinking, closed my eyes, and just thought deeply about our Mother Earth and all the life she supports. I imagined a better world, where all of humanity was able to climb just one rung on the consciousness ladder. In my mind I went on a journey, connecting with everyone that I've known, living or not.
I don't know whether the signs interpreted by the occult have any sway, or if they were, as Umberto revealed in his novel, simply a laundry list. Whatever the original driving force, I believe that the phenomenon of universal meditation and a huge number of people simultaneously sending out good vibes can only be good. I have no doubt that the exercise worked for Gaia, if only that we spewed less CO2 for an hour.
For me personally, it's simply that the world feels more hopeful.