It is now very clear to me that there is a centuries old battle taking place here on Earth: the war between love and fear; truth and lies. The human mind so often remains a victim of fear while the heart fights endlessly and tirelessly at the battle lines to annihilate all lies thrown into the collective human psyche. We stand poised at a critical turning point in our human and spiritual evolution: A fissure cuts through our human reality like a fault line, prudently reminding us of an ever changing and volatile virtual landscape. We are now being challenged to turn the page on our gory human history, deciding definitively as a human family that it is time to transcend all old paradigm patterns of destructiveness and carelessness, and pave the path to a healthier, happier, more loving state of existence.
As we make this shift in consciousness we are faced with many hard questions: What is the truth of the human and spirit duality? What is really going on behind the scenes of the world stage? Are we more than just flesh and bones? Perhaps there is something that no one wants you to know about your true power and capability as a divine part of Creation. However strong the amnesia, it is now time to remember our true nature, as we take back planet Earth for God, for good.
Earth: All Systems Upgrading
Have you ever wondered where you were before you were born? Or, is there something about this life that just doesn’t seem verifiable by science alone? Is it possible that you are a soul temporarily hooked up to a human machine for purposes of growth and evolution? Spiritual mysticism reveals something completely different than what you may have been brought up to believe. Though it appears that we are merely human, there is a magnificent story beginning to unravel regarding our true spiritual origins and untapped divine potential. While we may have been taught that we are limited by physical tools such as telescopes, spiritual tools such as telepathy and astral travel are not out of reach. The more one awakens to truth, the more one opens to the possibility that the human race is likely not the only intelligent species in the cosmos. Indeed, Earth is one world among an infinite number of other worlds, all created for the development and mastery of our divine God qualities: love, strength, compassion and intelligence. In other words, this world and all other worlds in the universes are schools. The concept of Earth as a school is described in Michael Newton’s, “Journey of Souls: Case Studies of Life between Lives.” In one of many intriguing investigations, we are told of the challenges inherent to our school, Earth:
“The Earth school is insecure, still...There is so much fear to overcome here. It is a world in conflict because there is too much diversity among too many people. Other worlds have low populations with more harmony. Earth’s population has outpaced it’s mental development...We all know Earth is a difficult school"(1).
If Earth and all other worlds are in fact regarded as schools from a spiritual perspective, is it possible that we as souls may actually be inside of a virtual reality system that operates much like a computer program? Certainly movies such as “The Matrix,” have hinted at this concept, but could this possibly be science-fact and not science-fiction? If so, how do we arrive at the next level in this human game?
Furthermore, given our current world paradigm of tyranny, prejudice, corruption, greed and dis-ease, how do we plan to arrive at The Promised Land? What will it take to heal humanity as a whole and mold the minds of men into their full divine potential? A small-town hero, perhaps, or an ancient biblical archetype might be just what is needed.
The Second Coming of… Moses?
Remember hearing about Moses? In the Old Testament, Moses is said to have led the people of Israel out of Egypt and into The Promised Land. Like most Biblical stories, we have to be very careful when taking things literally. The word, “Egypt,” may not at all refer to the modern day country of Egypt, nor do we have any solid historical evidence that suggests that the events spoken of in the story of Passover actually took place (2). We often forget that the precursor languages of the Bible were Hebrew and Aramaic, yet we rarely look to these original scripts in our everyday study (3). In Hebrew, the word for Egypt is “Mizraim,” which comes from the Hebrew noun “mesar,” meaning distress (4). In the commonly told fable of Passover, the Hebrews in Egypt were forced into physical slave labor under the rule of the Pharaoh. It has been postulated that this slave labor in fact contributed to the building of the pyramids. However, this claim seems to lack any real evidence. In one investigation of what the Jews did actually build, Jonathan Lipnick states that it was not historically possible for the Hebrew slaves to have built the pyramids:
"The Giza pyramids date to roughly 2580 BCE. They were indeed built by slaves, but not by the Hebrews. The enslavement of the Israelites – the descendants of Jacob/Israel – took place at least one thousand years later, sometime in the 13th century BCE"(5).
Unfortunately, it seems that the fable of the Jews having done back-breaking labor contributing to the building of the pyramids lacks merit, and remains a mere fantasy. Interestingly, in the Law of One teachings, Ra, an advanced civilization, claims to have built the larger pyramids using the power of telekinesis (6). Ra, also called Re, was worshiped as a God in Ancient Egypt. If the pyramids were built by telekinesis, it would seem that a lesser-evolved species would indeed worship the creators of these megalithic structures.
Since much information is missing from the exact nature of the slavery in the story of Passover, we might surmise that the degree of hardship at the time deemed it necessary for a powerful leader to guide humankind on a long journey from enslavement to freedom. Let us now explore a different perspective on what the term, “Egypt,” might be referring to. Perhaps it was not a land of physical slavery, but rather mental slavery. That is, that man was chained to his own misery and suffering due to thought alone. In Morgan’s book, “Jesus and Mastership: The Gospel According to Jesus of Nazareth,” a more detailed depiction of the life and spiritual work of Jesus is described. It is told that at the completion of his mission on Earth, Jesus is met by other Ascended beings, namely Moses and Elijah. Here, a very different explanation of the “land” of Egypt is revealed through the voice of Moses:
"As you recall, the last forty years of my physical life on earth were spent in leading the Children of Israel out of the wilderness of confused thinking and acting…Once when I came down from the mountain my countenance was so bright the people could not look upon me…but it was not time for me to raise my body and leave the people, who were still lost in the wilderness of materiality"(7).
Here, Moses refers to Egypt not as a physical land, but rather a mental landscape of chaos, devoid of spiritual guidance. If this perspective is true, then what Moses accomplished here on Earth was no easy task, nor was it simply a stroll through the so-called “wilderness,” as one might think to be a desert or forest. On the contrary, perhaps Moses was not a Forest Ranger at all—rather, he was quite possibly a spiritually trained psychologist and teacher, sent to bring the human family at that time, out of the darkness of fear and suffering and into the light of love, truth and wisdom, or otherwise stated: “Out of Egypt and into The Promised Land.” Equipped with a new understanding of the Biblical Egypt as a land of distress, we are faced with a very important question: How did Moses free the Israelites or, lost children of God, from the wilderness or madness of their own minds? Is history repeating itself, as planet Earth is clearly a land of slavery to the mind? Furthermore, if we were to unravel the true story of “Egypt,” might we realize that we are once again being asked to create a miracle as we part the turbulent seas of the mind and clear the way to a higher level of thinking?