a reply to: MikeS80
25 No physical body, no light, no possibility for the soul to redeem itself. Hence the reference in Exegesis On The Soul which we covered earlier,
‘…Thus it is by being born again that the soul will be saved.’27 So we can appreciate how important it is to purify our soul/consciousness in
this physical incarnation, lest we get caught up in the prison of the afterlife and buy even deeper into the disease of the illusion.
When we look at the symbolic representation of balance in our energy fields we have the image to the left, as we have covered in earlier articles.
This represents the balance between implosion and explosion. However, in the physical reality we have seen that our soul and spirit are being forced
apart by illusory history and our belief in its lies. Through the inner journey we can begin to bring these two aspects of ourselves closer together.
Therefore, in the physical body, balance would be symbolically depicted as in the image right.
To have the trinity in balance and harmony while we occupy the physical body means we can be a living Christ, the light being we truly are. This,
symbolically, could be depicted as in the image to the left.
Working towards the union of the soul through the inner journey towards its baptism with the inner light – the Spirit – could be shown
symbolically in the physical reality (see left). This ultimately leads to one achieving Christ consciousness whilst in the physical body and could
also be depicted by the pyramid shape to the right, which shows the convergence of the soul and the light at the apex. This may give us a greater
understanding of why the pyramids were built. We know they were built to help with the Pharaoh’s journey in the afterlife and we know the priests
and shamans in ancient Egypt were well aware and fearful of the ‘underworld’, or the ‘middle place’ as Jesus called it.
With the knowledge of the deeper secrets of reality and life after death held by the Egyptian Priesthood at the time, it makes absolute sense from a
spiritual perspective that the pyramids were symbolic of the union of the soul with the light and were built, in part at least, to ensure the soul of
the Pharaoh returned home and escaped the darkness of the underworld.
It may also explain why the capstone was not put in place on the top of the Great Pyramid for the millennium celebrations as had been planned! It may
also explain why on a Dollar bill, the Great Seal was designed using an unfinished pyramid that we are told signifies ‘Strength and Duration’, and
that the ‘convergence of the soul and the spirit’ at the apex of the pyramid has been replaced with the ever watching eye. Use of the eye in art
forms was a natural symbol for depicting an omniscient and ubiquitous deity. In this case it is a human eye representing the false god Yaltabaoth, the
Great Architect of this Astral Reality, standing between our soul and our spirit, watching over us.
So it would appear we have a classic example of inverse symbolism here. Deliberately using an unfinished pyramid and placing the illusion, the astral
reality, between the convergence of our soul and our spirit, signifying how the Archons, through the resulting Masonic and cabalistic ego-
consciousness of our world leaders controls us, by stopping the union of our soul/consciousness with the spiritual light within.
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This is perhaps evidenced more clearly when we look at the work of Ivan Fraser the Founder and Editor of The Truth Campaign. In Issue 13, summer 1999,
Ivan published the image to the left taken from a dollar bill and highlighted the symbolism behind the design. ‘We can see that if we apply a second
downward triangle over the one created by the pyramid, we form the symbol of Judaism,’ the six pointed Star of David. Each of the