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Visions of Esther

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posted on Nov, 9 2014 @ 01:26 PM

Well i recently had some dreams about Esther and the reason for her purification. In the vision i saw when the king came to check on her to see if she was ready he was listining to her thoughts and hearing the voice of a man cursing him and such so the purification continued till the bond was broken between her and the man. I then heard a sweet voice ask me if i was done here in this time we are in having sex with her first husband.

This struck me because i am straight. I wasthen told that he was the head of the fallen and they have taken the form of beautiful women. I wonder now if any have taken the same purification steps to break simular bonds after being divorced? I also got that somehow the king will be part of the second coming soon and i just thought some on ats may have some input.

eta i also found this retreat link here. I wonder if they have any sucess
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posted on Nov, 10 2014 @ 12:17 PM
or perhaps the words were not for me after all because i heard about some domestic violence too and i know how events happen over and over in history.

posted on Nov, 15 2014 @ 12:52 PM
a reply to: deadeyedick

Don't go all warjohn on us will you bro.

Gonna pm you a flip reverse of that living water link.

posted on Nov, 15 2014 @ 01:04 PM
a reply to: Wifibrains

lol i hope he is well these days. this was specific to certain spirits. they got it. my pm box will not let me in. cause i'm on dial up these days on old computer with old adobe so my list text is microscopic. been that way all yr. here i am posting in threads against net nutrality meanwhile im connected at 26400bps so last century. i do want the link though.
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posted on Nov, 15 2014 @ 01:28 PM
a reply to: deadeyedick

It's more a mishmash of cut and paste from various sources to make sense of something. Something ancient that has possibly been covered up by the church when Christianity was imposed.

"If Jesus was a bike rider, The church is getting people to ride the rider and not the bike."

Water deities/triple goddess and supernatural activity are Connected to sacred sites that have existed for thousands of yrs. many of these places contain water sources such as natural wells and springs.

The hillside were i live is a giant natural spring. Water dribbles out of the ground and down the dirt roads during summer months

On the otherside of the hill is a monastery with a sacred holy well supplied by the same source as the warden springs. This same source also feeds a well formation in minster at the highest point. Three wells create what is known as the minster triangle and dates back to pre Druid times.

Adomnán’s biography of Columba reports that the pagan Picts believed in powers associated with deep water. In this they would be no different from peoples throughout Britain in the first millennium AD, when many pagan holy springs were blessed and adopted by the new Christianity. Wells and springs were associated with healing, and Pictish burial grounds were often sited next to them.

It gets deeper excuse the pun. Lol

But what is the fascination with well-heads and springs that even today urges us to toss a coin into their mystical waters in some vain hope of receiving a blessing or piece of good luck? For a hint of the answer one must delve back into the prehistoric pagan days when springs were regarded as being the portal between the underground world where the spirits dwelt and that of the living. It appears that our ancestors have always sought help for cures, vengeance, repentance or improvement in fortunes by depositing votive offerings to the deities associated with water sources.

Among the earliest enthusiasts for holy wells in modern times was the Neopagan movement, for whom wells formed part of 'earth mysteries' study along with ley lines and ancient sites; the view that the Christians had ‘stolen’ holy wells from the Pagan religions fitted in well with their position.

The Chalice Well at Glastonbury (Somerset) is at the centre of a Neopagan- and New Age-orientated spirituality and retreat centre. Other wells, however, are often visited on an informal basis for religious or sightseeing reasons. New forms of holy well reverence continue to emerge now and again, notoriously the so-called Well of the Triple Goddess at Minster-in-Sheppey (Kent).

Minster Abbey stands on the site of an earlier worshipping site. The Abbey itself is built in the centre of a former Druid or pre Druid place of worship. The site is marked by the ‘Minster Triangle’, the triangle is formed by three ancient healing wells.

To confirm this Druid connection i found a article that a henge has just been uncovers by archeologists at iwade just by the bridge that leads onto the island.

Sometimes with creative inspiration you can contact the essences of well priestesses in the Celtic tradition in even the most neglected urban well shaft or pipe that may be the only sign that the sacred waters still flow.

The Isle of Sheppey in Kent where Water, Sky and Earth converge is perhaps best known for the heavy industrialisation of the surrounding River Thames or the caravan and chalet sites that provide a haven for Londoners. But local historian, author and archaeologist Brian Slade has pieced together the story of the sacred wells of Sheppey and the ancient abbey, Monasterium Sexburgha and in doing so has come across evidence of the Druidesses who once tended the sacred waters.

Other historians share his view that Sheppey may have been the last remote stronghold of the old Druidical rites in England.

This is pre history. These days churches, monastery and have been placed on or close to these sites drawing people away from the wells and springs and into churches for holy water. The wells were Christianised and a saint, usually a female was appointed as guardian of the well and it's "holy" water. The church placed itself between the people and their "living" water.

Springs and wells at the top of hills were seen as sacred for the symbolism. Earth water and sky converge. They are spirit/interdimensional doorway. In folk/feary lore these places are where contact and experience occur. And have done around the world since the dawn of time.

In Water, Stone & Legend - Rock Art of the Klein Karoo, archaeologist Renée Rust and photographer Jan van der Poll trace the relationship of San rock art to shamanistic rituals and to stories and legends that still circulate in the Little Karoo today.

The rock art images located in the Karoo, offer a glimpse of an artistic and spiritual world defined by rain and water sources. Today, stories of strange beings, told as the so-called watermeid legend, provide a link to the rock art of the past.

The mountain ravines and hills of the Klein Karoo are endowed with permanent, deep water holes in what is otherwise a semi-arid region. Rock art sites are mostly found close to these water reservoirs, where, so the elders tell us, mythical creatures - watermeide - live.

The stories told of these creatures are an expression of an ancient knowledge, probably as old as the images on the rock faces.

The /Xam, a now-extinct southern San group, told of 'strings that vibrate' that filled their landscape. These were 'thinking strings', a term used by /Xam informants to describe being part of the landscape or physical environment. The /Xam told of the ringing of these strings in the sky, enabling the shaman, the ritual specialist to communicate.

The significance of water and the choice of rock art imagery depicting these elements suggest a spiritual link to the landscape and the locations of particular rock art sites. This link to landscape is an essential feature of myth and ritual. The endurance of the watermeid legend suggests that the thinking strings are still 'alive' and conveys the significance of the places where the water maidens are 'seen' today.

"In Brittany, Germany, Ireland and Scotland a fairy path is a sacred fairy space, a route said to be walked by the fey between traditional significant sites, such as a FAIRY FORT and a Stone Age monument. These paths are almost always a straight line directly from one place to another....

Many fairy paths run on top of established ley lines."

Places with well in the name are places that have/had wells. Same with springs. Same with leylines. Rick clay pickup up on this in his work on the "ley"tonstone Olympic site work. When you add that logic to "ley"sdown the henge at iwade, sacred wells and springs at wardensprings it appears I am sitting right on top of a doorway to the otherside!

I then found this

The E-line is the widest and seemingly most powerful ley we have so far found. It crosses the country, going through the Cerne Giant in Dorset and the Devil's Punchbowl in Hindhead to pass south of Guildford and Reigate, eventually reaching the Isle of Sheppey near Leysdown

pre history(his story) heresay? This is our true inheritance/heritage. Gold that you cannot touch, but can feel.

To be cont...

posted on Nov, 15 2014 @ 01:32 PM
a reply to: deadeyedick

The Universal Religion shared by the ancients and hidden in these Secret Society Triptychs is a complex and detailed spiritual belief system. Its tenets have been known throughout recent history by philosophers, poets, theologians, astronomers, alchemists and occultist—all of whom have been initiated into its wisdom.

The Universal Religion teaches that:

- Deep down each one of us is an eternal spiritual "soul"
- This soul is our real true immortal "Self"
- This Self is actually a divine "god" or deity with overreaching powers

Ie. You are not a body that has a soul, you are a soul that has a body...

We water my freind.

Ps I am not promoting religion.... But sharing experience.

~wi-fi and various sources

posted on Nov, 15 2014 @ 01:59 PM
excellent info.
i have thought much about the soul and body connection. how the body is just a shell but i am starting to question that thought. what will we say if our soul could seperate from our body then watch as the body lives and continues to have a life? at that point the soul could be better defined as a parasite inside a being.

posted on Nov, 15 2014 @ 02:03 PM
a reply to: deadeyedick

According to Esther 2:7, Esther was originally named Hadassah. Hadassah means "myrtle" in Hebrew. It has been conjectured that the name Esther is derived from a reconstructed Median word astra meaning myrtle.

posted on Nov, 15 2014 @ 03:36 PM

originally posted by: deadeyedick
excellent info.
i have thought much about the soul and body connection. how the body is just a shell but i am starting to question that thought. what will we say if our soul could seperate from our body then watch as the body lives and continues to have a life? at that point the soul could be better defined as a parasite inside a being.

I think it would depend on weather the being left without a soul had any creative ability or becomes parasitic. mark passio explains how satanists and ruling bloodlines have done just that.


It is my understanding the eternal soul will always reside with the driving creative aspect of creation.

The soul might even have the ability to create thought forms and personalities that can leave the body and exist(ghosts,spirits ect) the nonpysical manifests in the real world(in a body) and it's "persistence to exist" remaines after the manifestation disperses(death) trapped inbetween worlds.

The soul goes nowhere as it is already everywhere.

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posted on Nov, 23 2014 @ 03:07 AM

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