posted on May, 18 2016 @ 12:20 AM
I have died at the edge of sleep a few times and brought myself back. Probably should have been a clue to my serious health problems years before they
were less ignorable. As a lifetime lucid dreamer and OBEr and a mystic I just found them fascinating though.
I have to say my overall personal experiences with meditative mysticism (whatever the heck that is. Our culture kind of lacks words for these things)
suggests a lot of mixing of things in your set of questions though OP.
First: what we experience on death appears to be literally a transition point. It's like the immigrant processing center LOL, it is symbolic distinct
to the individual but it has certain core energies that do tend to cause recurring symbols for people. It is peaceful and people are often given time
to gradually figure out what is going on without too much shock.
At the point where some part of their awareness is about to get it, a larger awareness of which they are part turns its attention to them, which may
feel like God but (I think, I'm no expert obviously, but my impression has been) is more like an angelic-higher-aspect. At this point they are
informed as to what has occurred, although by then they're usually getting the idea, and often they're brought into contact with the awarenesses that
have already transitioned such as people and pets they loved who had already died. They may have a life review where at an incredible speed yet detail
they are given a larger understanding of the experience they just left.
After that I have no idea, except that I've been led to understand that "time has no meaning" in that state and that a person who is really more like
a piece of awareness with divine light at its core at that point, does whatever -- including living out fragments of lives in what are sort of like
dreams (realistic to experience but not happening 'here' as we know it, only 'there' whatever the there is) in order to work through energies we had a
tough time with in this life and might want to ... work through. It's like that movie Groundhog Day where he actually grows up by acting out all the
BS he obviously didn't get to and needed to.
And eventually the awareness may choose, along with many other awarenesses that know each other, to go back into the holodeck (our world and its
parallels) and work through certain things in focus. We are only ABLE to go back into that because of the spark-of-the-divine, of the sun, that is at
the core of all of us -- as children of earth.
That is all one process that is between the Sun, the Earth, and the sun+earth's offspring, all of which contain a tiny spark of the divine that is,
going back far enough, a piece of the Sun, the local God, although the Sun is a mere part of something much larger as well of course.
Separate from the above come the archons, which I have only been learning the tiniest bit about the last few years but in an unfortunately up close
and personal sort of way. Which is probably required because I was completely scoffing and eye rolling about even the concept of this previously, so
there's probably no other way that it could have gotten through to me.
There are collective-awareness-creatures of all kinds but the vast majority of them in our universe do not even overlap with, let alone inhabit, our
frequency bandwidth, so it just doesn't matter and we'd never encounter any of it. What we call reality takes up a minuscule frequency span of even
what our own scientists know, let alone what they don't yet. But there are a few that do interact in some fashion. Most are not paying any attention
to us anyway.
Once, eons ago, a group of such creatures that were equal or greater than our own span of awareness were or became (not sure which) aware of us. They
overlapped the spectrum so they could be what we would call spiritual or an 'entity' but they could also become physical, because it was just
different bandwidths of frequency, some of which we perceived (through our biological filter of body) and some of which we didn't. They were bigger
than us, though, awareness-wise.
They essentially went to war with a spectrum of beings that are larger than us but which in some cases contain us -- we would call them a certain
class of angelics (and again I'm sorry our culture lacks words for this, which makes everything sound religious and ridiculous as a result but it's
not my fault our language is limited).
These foreigners wanted to live and stay in this solar system and win the war against the locals, but they could not because they were not children of
the Sun yet they did have lifespans (although quite long). So eventually they would be doomed solely through attrition -- if they were physical, they
would die off, they'd have to stay as entities, which they didn't want to do. There was a certain solar system "cycle" at which point energy balances
would much more favor their side of the war, but it was an impossibly long way off and they would never live that long, and the angelics were local
They hit upon a brilliant strategy to hijack one of the categories of composite beings which were native to this frequency bandwidth. Those beings, as
composites of energy, were actually capable of absorbing or adsorbing other energies including a complete energy (a whole awareness, an entity) into
them -- and if fully into them, this energy would remain "nested" in that awareness -- no matter what it was doing. They could literally curl up
inside a human and as long as this happened before the human died, they would then "travel with" the human's larger composite awareness. Travel --
including through what we interpret as "time." This would allow them to "ride into the future" together, basically like an army in cryo except a
little more aware, and when it was finally time for the cycle where they planned their battle, they could awaken fully. Their presence in the
creatures did take a little of their energy, and it did have a few effects, but all pretty low-level, the hosts would never notice. The humans were a
power source and, when the eventual day came, might be a larger power source to pull from, initially or ongoing.
Not all of them were able to get into the composite beings and some have been ejected in various ways and for various reasons. So, many of them are
also non-manifest but would like to get into a human. For the most part, humans have some relatively good natural defenses though. Unfortunately the
combination of poor culture, ignorance about their own nature, and poor nutrition let alone damage, causes humans to become "vulnerable" in one or
more areas of what we consider our bodies, and often archons will attempt to invade and burrow-in while we are vulnerable in that area. Whether they
succeed depends on a lot of things. But as noted, the human won't notice anyway, the archon will "curl up" (it comes across like this literally,
oddly) inside them and ride quietly from then on, although the initial invasion may have some side effects that are like or parallel with (as it
simply opens-vulnerability) illness.