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So anyone who's kept up with my posts lately will know I keep banging on about Channelings.
I only started exploring them about 8 months ago, I didn't actually realise they were real or that they made sense until I took time out to actually
I understand a lot of people are still skeptical in regards to them, that's fine. Everybody discovers their own truths at their own pace.
When I heard others talk of "faith", I didn't quite understand where they were coming from, mainly because I kept being asked to have "faith" in an
entity called God, that I could NOT feel, and to have "faith" in writings that made no sense to me.
Now I understand the word "faith" and the deeper meaning behind it, I can find no fault in the spiritual and historical teachings within these works,
and so in *faith* I trust them.
Thus far, I have been reading three different sets of books based on channelings, those are - The Law of One (The Ra Material), The Phoenix Journals
(Hantonn), and most recently, The Seth Material (Just call me Seth!).
Anyway, that's just a little back ground information, I'm not here to talk you into studying these materials (I'll save that for a rainy day) , I do
however, wish to present you with a new concept, I have just read, and would love to hear your thoughts on the matter.
Excerpt from the Seth Material. (Book 3, Atlantis)
Atlantis is the story of a future probability projected backward into an apparent past.
Your ideas of Atlantis are partially composed of future memories. They are psychic yearnings toward the ideal civilization--patterns within the
psyche. Atlantis is a land that you want to inhabit, appearing in your literature, your dreams, and your fantasies, serving as an impetus for
development. It is real and valid. In your terms it is not "yet' physical fact, but in some ways it is more real than any physical fact, for it is a
It carries also, however, the imprint of your fears, for the tales say that Atlantis was destroyed. You place it in your past while it exists in your
future. Not the destruction alone, but the entire pattern seen through the framework of your beliefs. Beside this, however, many civilizations have
come and gone in somewhat the same manner, and the "myth” [of Atlantis] is based somewhat then on physical fact in your terms.
"Atlantis. First of all, take it for granted--as you do--that your ideas about the age of the earth are erroneous. There were intelligent human beings
far earlier than is supposed; and because you assume a one-line kind of progression from an apelike creature to man, you ignore any evidence that
shows to the contrary. There were highly developed human beings with elaborate civilizations, existing simultaneously with what you might call animal
kingdoms--that is, more or less organized primeval animal tribes, possessing their own kinds of ‘primitive' cultures.
"Those animal kingdoms, some of them, utilized tools. Their senses were extremely acute, and their ‘cultures' dealt with a kind of transmission of
knowledge that made a highly complicated vocabulary unnecessary.
"Those species did not vie for domination of the earth, but simply shared the same general environment with the more sophisticated groupings beyond
their own perimeters. There were many highly technical human cultures, but in your terms not on a global scale. The legend of Atlantis is actually
based upon several such civilizations. No particular civilization is the basis, however. Apart from that, the legend as picked up, so to speak, by
Plato was a precognition of the future probability, an image of an inner civilization of the mind actually projected outward into the future, where it
would be used as a blueprint, dash-the lost grandeur, as, in other terms, Eden became the lost garden of paradise.
Ruburt has implied in [his novel] The Education of Oversoul Seven that some archaeological discoveries about the past are not discovered in your
present because they do not exist yet. Now such concepts are difficult to explain in my kind of prose, and in your language. But in certain terms, the
ruins of Atlantis have not been found because they have not been placed in your past yet, from the future.
"In far greater terms time is simultaneous, so those civilizations exist along with your own"
"Now the future is probable. However, in your terms there are ruins of the civilizations that served as the ‘concrete' basis for the one Atlantean
legend. Those civilizations were scattered. The so-called ruins would not be found in any one place as expected, therefore. There are some beneath the
Aegean Sea, and some beneath an offshoot of the Atlantic, and some beneath the Arctic, for the world had a different shape.
"In that kind of framework, how can I explain an Atlantis? It exists both in your past and future, a probable world that some of you will choose from
a model placed in the past of your future--partially based upon fact, in your terms, but with its greatest validity lying in its possibilities.”
--Seth Raghuram Alamuri
That's quite a concept, no?
If this doesn't make sense to a lot of people, I'm afraid I'll have to refer you to the books recited to comprehend time/space, space/time.
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