posted on Aug, 14 2010 @ 01:18 AM
According to the Cayce readings, one of the souls who was with Asamee in these times was called Amilius. This soul would later become known as Jesus
of Nazareth, savior of the world. His story weaves in and out of Leila's and is a fascinating one in itself. Cayce said that in these very early
times on the planet, Amilius perceived the disastrous change that had come over his fellow souls, resulting in the terrestrial ones, and came to the
conclusion that things had gotten beyond the level of a brief flirtation with the Earth. It was now time, he felt, to develop a much more long-term
plan for dealing with the situation. On this point, many of the Children of the Law of One disagreed or had other ideas about how better to deal with
the problem. Thus, for the first time, a difference of opinion arose within the ranks of the Children. Amilius, his intentions pure and his vision
clear, was clearly attuned to the Universal Consciousness. Because of this, most of the Children supported his perceptions, some begrudgingly, others
wholeheartedly, but of course, some resisted them strongly.
Amilius perceived that if this loss of celestial consciousness could happen to one soul, it could happen to any soul; therefore, the problem needed to
be faced; the temptation needed to be overcome, not avoided. Furthermore, the root of the problem was not the Earth and its unique form of life, but
the struggle within each soul to learn to use its godliness in such a way as to be all it was meant to be and yet not destroy itself and other life in
the process. Key to this problem was the sense of separation a soul felt as it became more self-conscious and less universally conscious. This sense
of separation, which resulted in a loss of purpose and identity with anything or anyone, occurred in the celestial realms as well as in the Earth,
though more accentuated in the latter. Therefore, it was assumed the Earth was the best place to conquer it.
Amilius was making a commitment to enter the Earth and live among the lost ones to somehow overcome its destructive influences. He believed if
self-consciousness and its resulting sense of separation could be overcome, it could be overcome here as well as anywhere else. And once overcome, it
would no longer have any power over the Children, the future companions of God; they would know the truth and they would be free.
Some among Amilius' group wanted to leave these Earthlings to wallow in their own sins and delusions. Others doubted their own ability to resist the
temptations that had so possessed the lost souls. For in addition to dealing with this problem of one's own inner temptations and struggles, they
were going to have to deal with the terrestrial souls who had now become very aggressive and lawless. To attempt to live among them was not only
spiritually, mentally and emotionally dangerous, it was physically dangerous. Some of the Children also pointed out that there were many complications
involved in this Earth problem, so many complexities and complications that a real solution might well be impossible. Perhaps they would just be
throwing good souls after bad if they attempted to enter and subdue this world.
With all of these hazards in mind and in spite of much bickering among the Children, Asamee and her fellow souls, including Amilius, began to set up a
system whereby the lost ones could regain their heavenly consciousness. Living with the Children of the Law of One they would learn to overcome their
potential for evil. It was a grand endeavor, filled with that spirit that is only found in the faithful, the hopeful, the positive ones. Little did
they know just how formidable their adversary was, both the inner and outer.