David Cassani Provo, Utah david@simplelivingcenters.com

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Two separate parallel works to the Church foreseen by Joseph Smith

Two separate parallel works to the Church foreseen by Joseph Smith

Two separate parallel works to the Church foreseen by Joseph SmithTwo separate parallel works to the Church foreseen by Joseph Smith

Math of town transition

TransitionTownSept18 (pdf)


Economics of Change (pdf)


Audio of receiving fiscal model -13 min

Financial (mp3)


The power of simple cooperation

Economics of Transition: We need 1100 women and youth

For Anyone in your town.


As we learn in the New Testament in the Book of Revelation, a system of the world will have great power over many of the Saints and those in the world.  A power centered in economic gain and control, in contrast to the simple ways of God. This fiscal model was given to me - whispered to me by John the Revelator while in the temple in the summer of 2010.

Plans have been given by the spirit to launch a campaign to transition your towns to  local (primarily)  living food production. We are to run campaigns that will invite everyone to voluntarily donate 3 dollars a month per person. As Habitat for Health sets up fund raising campaigns - all may participate, whether they are directly involved in this work or not.  

This is a great "sell" to the community. A work for our time. A work that can lead to economic renewal, more jobs, and keeping wealth in our communities.  Developing local production is a way to grow our local communities economically and have more control over our local food supply. 

In addition, for times of necessity or times of disruption - living foods can be simply produced in homes and communities to help everyone and have powerful healing abilities. (I am attaching an article about Truman Madsen regarding the Churches role in this work of feeding those in need for those interested, but to review what has been given these are the key details. 

. #1  I have been given a fiscal model for seeding change. We have been asked to volunteer  $3 per person donation for supporting Simple Living Centers for all neighborhoods, and for supporting local food production- 90% managed by local neighborhood councils.  Major health issues can be managed with foods and herbs while being open to understanding our emotions and history. 

Economy of Transition


We will need between 100,000 and 200,000 grass root supporters to launch this around the world and brand with organization as Habitat for Humanity. 

Two additional aspects of the fiscal model were given to me from John. 

The next fiscal plan given was for an new educational movement. I was told we are to have a barter or fiscal trade of a dollar a day for 8 weeks for classes set up for learning. Those who can not afford the dollar a day are able to trade from work for the community or council they are working with.   

The third fiscal key I was given in a micro loan program managed by neighborhood councils.

From here and in visiting with our bishops about the law of consecration, we become clearly in a state of surrendering to God, and able to discern his guidance in our inner guidance, verse the natural  man tendencies. 

Check out other valuable resources for transition to local food economies.


Local fundraising - Local bartering


 Local councils manage micro loan programs for those in need and for supporting the educational needs of this transition.

To fund this educational movement, .. You are free to start one of these cooperative learning councils. 

For 8 weeks we learn together in Council Workshops held an hour each week. 

Miracles and Wonders can happen with this work.  In doing work like this through my career, I find everyone has something to contribute in some way and at some level.I envision elementary through high school and college age students can all develop their education with elements of these cooperative learning councils. A webpage is coming for more details. 

Councils are also to start a neighborhood micro loan program to help those in need - either with individualized education workshops, basic needs, or transition support. 

Review: Three keys

1. $3/month volunteer donation from the entire community. 90% stays local. 10% to Habitat for Health.

2. Barter system or $1/day for 8 week courses at hour a week. Group size may vary.   Develop a neighborhood economy

3. Micro loan program for those in need managed by local councils. 

International Support A New Economy


Our food choices can foster a new fair trade and healthy economy. Your votes by what you buy can change the world. 

From the three dollar donation, ten percent or a penny a day goes to this International effort to help us learn from one another - creating a local food system around the world that is connected to helping one another. This token donation will likely ignite a spirit of cooperation and invite more major donors and those that consecrate their means. 

Neighborhood Council Workshops -


 Councils start in the family, learning about intuitive eating and agency based learning. An approach to education that can change the world, your world, and connect the world. Attract all we need in life.

A Fiscal System based on more Commonweath or Secret of Oz

A heavenly music regarding the Wizard of Oz stirred in my soul for sometime in 2010. I learned Frank Baun, the writer said this book just came to him from above. When depression hit America Frank found out why. He saw problems that would  come with making what he learned public. He decided to symbolically put what he learned into a fantasy book. Proceeds from the book provided for his family getting out of poverty and inspired the film.

Reflections on Truman Madsens lectures of the Presidents.

I would hope to be corrected if I am wrong, but as I remember Truman Madsen speaking about President Lee and the beginnings of the Church's welfare program, Brother Madsen tells of President Lee feeling a great deal of anxiety, not peace, as this program unfolded, feeling the Church should be doing more. 

President Lee, went to the Lord and received something like this. When the struggles that come to mankind come, the full resources of the Church will be needed.

In my mind the full resources of the Church are not stockpiles of food. This is simply not realistic. The full resources of the Church are not the size of our food storage systems in members homes. The full resources of the Church are in members consecrating their all - talking with their Bishops and with the Lord regarding the principles of full consecration.  

I have been told, the time is now for members to talk to their bishops, and consecrate all they have to the Lord. That consecration, allows a purity or clarity of revelation to come, not because the Lord needs our money and goods, but because he has provided all we have and selfish desires can not exist at the same time as Love for others. 

Understanding the Kingdom of God within, will bring miracles - small and large ---from the token donations to Habitat for Health and Simple Living Centers .