Month: November 2021
You could spend all your days reading books about the spiritual life – you could dream about it, fantasize about it, study the philosophy of the world and judge everything around you – but that won’t really get you any closer to being Spiritual – to experiencing personal growth and Enlightenment. You can’t get there by reading and studying you have to practice, but to practice you must first know what you should be practicing – you need some authoritative guidance to help you find the right path to take.
Unfortunately, the greater part of modern literature on this subject has been strongly influenced by the times – and face it, modern attitudes are hostile to real spiritual attainment. Many books and so-called teachers often pump out systems based on fear of confronting actual life and a real ignorance of what people need today and what they are capable of achieving. The modern view is warped by rules, prejudices and concepts of collectivism and fake social justice that allow only a few people the ability to hang on to spiritual power and thus maintain a rigid, decadent social system. The modern world does not want you to experience true spiritual growth which would free you from its grasp: it wants you to be dependent on an elitist, Luciferian state ideology.
What people need today is the same thing they needed a thousand, two thousand, five thousand years ago or more – a path to divine union. That doesn’t mean an absolute rejection of materialism, it means being able to embrace life IN the world without becoming part OF the world – living as close to Spirit as your physical limitations allow.
Originally, spirituality and meditation were a core part of all positive religions. This is because religion, in general, is something local while spirituality is universal. The religion of your people, culture and traditions gave you access to Spirit in a direct and wholesome environment. Separating spirituality from religion turns it into an orphan of the storm, subject to whatever debris the wind and rain throw at it. Practicing spirituality requires an established framework to make it functional.
I’m not suggesting that you must adhere to whatever religion you were born into or whatever religion is dominant in your locality – I am saying that a religious structure that has been around for thousands of years and is still thriving and growing probably has something positive to offer you and shouldn’t be rejected just for the sake of being “modern.” It might be true that many faith groups have been corrupted by modern social viewpoints so that they are almost unrecognizable from their foundations, but it is possible to look back at the origins of the religion and use the early principles for your own spiritual benefit.
Spirituality, separated from cultural tradition and authoritative sources, will likely end up attached to some modernistic, State held belief system loaded with collectivist nonsense about abandoning the past in favor of some mythical great reset. Positive spirituality is eternal and never changing. But negative spirituality also exists as a manipulative, malevolent force that seeks to corrupt and enslave the masses who reject the truth. Be on your guard.
I guess, if starseeds are a real thing, then, I am one; because, I don’t fit into the regular world and I reject and resist the authority of the invading, reptilian overlords.
Apparently, starseeds are beings from other planets, other galaxies and, even, other dimensions who have traveled to Earth thousands of years ago to incarnate in human bodies. They have the mission to assist in planetary evolution and prepare humanity for great challenges that always seem to lie just ahead of us. There are, from Earth’s perspective, benevolent and malevolent starseeds. Besides their basic mission, the benevolent starseeds also seek to protect us from the malevolent forces – particularly the reptilian races – that seek to take over the world. The malevolent starseeds want to dominate humanity; the benevolent starseeds want to free humanity so that they can become subjects of the Galactic Federation, or something.
From what I’ve read, there’s a peculiar thing about the starseeds: the malevolent ones seem to retain awareness of their origins and purpose and actively seek to infiltrate the halls of power through exploitation of wealth, imposing themselves in politics and connecting themselves to the generational ruling families of Earth. The benevolent starseeds mostly forget their origins and go through life – incarnation after incarnation – feeling insecure, out of place and unaware of their true destinies until some “teacher” explains to them who they are and from where they came. Nevertheless, even if the benevolent starseeds never discovery their true identity and purpose, they still have a positive impact on the world by the unearthly radiations of their souls.
Knowledge of the presence, identity and purpose of starseeds has come to light only recently through the efforts of “channelers” – people who are able to consciously make contact with galactic record sources and other, non-human, intelligences.
Hidden references to starseeds abound throughout history and across the world, if you know what to look for. There are stories of human representations of various god-forms known as Avatars, such as Lord Krishna; there are tales of sons of god-forms performing heroic deeds such as Hercules; there are records of messengers of god-forms bringing spiritual teaching and insights to people such as the angels and prophets of the Bible; and there are innumerable accounts of shamans, seers, sorcerers, saints and servants of Light in all cultures. Channelers and researchers tell us that many of these stories, if not all of them, are referring to starseeds.
Sumerian, Babylonian and Persian spiritual histories do seem to talk about a battle between alien forces of good and evil taking place on Earth, and many religious heroes talk of worlds beyond our own, but they don’t explicitly mention starseeds or galactic empires. This seems to be a new interpretation of cosmic events or just psychological evolution. The primary sources of the starseed mythos appear to be found in the writings of a variety of more or less recent spiritual and not so spiritual figures. Some of these figures include Helena Blavatsky, Aleister Crowley, Alice Baily, H.P. Lovecraft, L. Ron Hubbard, Doris Lessing, Erich von Daniken, Zecharia Sitchen, Riley Martin and David Icke to name a few.
It is interesting to me that many people who reject traditional, established religions seem drawn to newly formulated alternative ideologies based on ancient Gnostic, Hindu and Zoroastrian doctrines as well as science fiction and the mythologies of exploited or diminishing populations.
There’s definitely a lot of things going on in this world of which most people are not aware. I, myself, have explored many uncharted regions of hidden reality and have encountered non-human intelligences of various kinds – many benevolent, some malevolent.
One of the claims often asserted by malevolent beings is that humans, being little more than talking apes, are incapable of achieving greatness without assistance of “superior” beings. They teach that all the notable works of humanity are due to the influence of non-human leaders. I reject this. Humans may be flawed and not yet fully evolved, but we do not need alien spirits to help, guide or shape us. We are not a science experiment. We are great on our own. And, if there is a Galactic Federation out there, we humans will ultimately dominate it. And perhaps that is the reason so many of these non-human entities want to keep us feeling insecure and powerless – they know what we can do.