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originally posted by: InMyShell
During my casual reading of Egar Cayces transcripts (the sleeping prophet) I came across a conversation regarding the state of man.
Within this reading Cayce refers to a civilisation existing roughly 200,000 years ago. This civilisation existed as one being. However they were then split into female and male. This first seperation brought about difference and thus distrust. This expanded into races,nationalism and religion.
In some of his other readings he refers to the soul as existing with man. However ones soul is submerged in the life of that being. This brings in the idea of enlightenment and wakening.
Is Cayce pointing to a time where those living in the ancient civilisation were spiritually awake and seen everyone as the same: a unique soul. By creating a physical seperation the soul has become submerged within the life of the being. This is amplified through the ages with more and more division further submerging the soul within the density of the beings life.
When we look around today we see this. People are spiritually asleep as they have created a life controlled by time and responsibilities. The soul is drowning and is unable to awaken unless one can withdraw oneself from this world.
I understand many will point to cayce as being dubious but I am using this as an example.
Would this first seperation be the first step toward our inevitable destruction? Because in my opinion nationalism is just an expanded principle of family.
Could u imagine a world where all beings were unique in there spirit and not divided in groups trying to find someone or something to relate to....to belong.
originally posted by: PsychoEmperor
a reply to: InMyShell
So in order to save society, I have to let David into the bathroom with my little girl?