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The “Jesus of History” Vs the “Jesus of Faith” part 4:1 – The Kingdom of Heaven

“Jesus said: ‘The seeker should not stop until he finds. When he does find, he will be disturbed. After having been disturbed, he will be astonished. Then he will reign over everything.’ (The Gospel of Thomas)

The Gospel of Thomas, a product of Egyptian Christianity, was one of the collections of codices found at Nag Hammadi in 1945, now popularly called the “Gnostic Gospels.” Gnostic Christianity was considered heretical since the second century. Thomas, however, was not a Gnostic. Harvard Professor Helmut Koester, along with many other scholars, feel strongly that this gospel should be included in the canon of the new Testament. It isn’t for one reason only: it exposes the deception of Christianity which bought into the Egyptian tradition that heaven–the “Far-World”–was a place to visit while we live and eventually go to when you die. Thomas proclaims in his Gospel the revolutionary teaching of Jesus that “The kingdom of heaven is within you and outside of you.” In other words, it is not somewhere up there but right here on earth, and one does not need the Church with its creeds and dogmas to get there.

In his provocative book The Jesus Papers–Exposing the Greatest Cover-Up in History, Michael Baigent presents the Gospel of Thomas as the contrast to Zealot Christianity that it is.

. . . it is clear that its information comes from a hidden tradition that was passed only to a special few; as its opening sentence states, “These are the secret sayings which the living Jesus spoke and which Didymus Judas Thomas wrote down. . . . It gives fresh information about the “kingdom”–or “the Kingdom of the Father.” Jesus’ disciples ask “When will the new world come?” Jesus replies “What you look forward to has already come, but you do not recognize it. . . . The Kingdom of the Father is spread out upon the earth and men do not see it.”

In the Gospel of Mary of Magdala, another text found at Nag Hammadi, Jesus is recorded to have issued “a warning against looking for physical evidence of the kingdom of heaven. . . . The translator, Professor Karen King of the Harvard University Divinity School, has used a nonstandard expression to replace ‘Son of Man’–she uses ‘child of humanity,’ which is probably a better phrase, avoiding, as it does, the sectarian and dogmatic baggage; for similar reasons she replaces ‘kingdom’ with ‘Realm’ . . . .  ‘Be on your guard,’ says Jesus, ‘so that no one deceives you by saying “Look over here!” or “Look over there!” For the child of true Humanity exists within you. Follow it! Those who search for it will find it. Go then, preach the good news about the Realm.'”

Mary Magdalene was not liked by the apostle Peter simply because she was a woman and “unworthy of the life,” as he said of her to the other disciples, some of whom were irritated by her closeness to Jesus, who favored her over the other disciples, kissing her often on the lips. Peter is recorded by Mary Magdalene as saying “Sister, we know that the Savior loved you more than all the other women. Tell us the words of the Savior that you remember, the things which you know that we don’t because we haven’t heard them.” As it turns out, Mary Magdalene had received secrete teachings from Jesus. She replies to Peter “I will teach you about what is hidden from you.” This irritated several of the disciples who began to doubt that Jesus ever said secrete words to her and not to them, that he even spoke to a woman in private without them knowing. “Are we to turn around and listen to her? Did he choose her over us?” Peter demands to know.

The disciple Levi defends Mary: “Assuredly the Savior’s knowledge of her is completely reliable. That is why he loved her more than us.” Baigent goes on to conclude that Jesus “taught secrete doctrines that concerned the passing over to the kingdom of heaven–a metaphor, as I have noted, for the concept described by the ancient Egyptians as the Far-World, or by the Greeks variously as the land of the Blessed or the Netherworld. All depict the divine world. The disciple of Jesus who understood his teaching the best was Mary Magdalene….”

It was Mary Magdalene who anointed Jesus with precious oils days before his royal entrance into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday. She alone knew the significance of this ritual anointing, an important aspect of which is that it be performed “by someone who understands what is being done, and by one who can participate in recognizing the messiah–for the anointment is just the final act of a longer process, the details of which have not been recorded in the Gospels.” Baigent concludes this chapter with these words of appraisal of the Catholic Church:

No wonder the power brokers of Rome wanted to exclude knowledge of this sacred path as well as knowledge of these additional gospels. Unfortunately–for them–they could do nothing about the Gospels that later became the New Testament except to control the interpretation of them–to control the “spin.” The conceit, of course, is that some theologians with attitude presume to understand hundreds, perhaps a thousand or two years later, what the writers meant better than they did themselves. Why ever have we believed this for so long?

Although there were always scholars and commentators who saw through the spin, it is only in recent times that the manipulation and error have come so much to the fore in public. But so far, particularly in the ornate halls of the Vatican, nothing has changed. Power prefers spin to truth.

“Kingdom-Consciousness”

Andrew Harvey, series editor of Steven Davies’ 2002 release, The Gospel of Thomas – Annotated & Explained, writes eloquently and passionately about this Gospel.  He describes the character of Jesus and his revolutionary vision for the world with such authenticity that one might think he knew Jesus personally. I will share much of his foreword in two posts simply because it articulates so well the “alternative” I promised to offer at the start of this series–as well as the primary purpose of Jesus’ mission and ministry. He speaks of a “kingdom-consciousness.”

The Gospel of Thomas is, I believe, the clearest guide we  have to the vision of the world’s supreme mystical revolutionary, the teacher known as Jesus. To those who learn to unpack its sometimes cryptic sayings, the Gospel of Thomas offers a naked and dazzlingly subversive representation of Jesus’ defining and most radical discovery: that the living Kingdom of God burns in us and surrounds us in the glory at all moments, and the vast and passionate love-consciousness–what you might call “Kingdom­-consciousness” –can help birth it into reality. This discovery is the spiritual equivalent of Albert Einstein’s and J. Robert Oppenheimer’s uncovering of the potential of nuclear fission; it makes available to all humanity a wholly new level of sacred power. By fusing together a vision of God’s divine world with a knowledge of how this divine world could emerge into and transfigure the human one, the Gospel of Thomas makes clear that Jesus discovered the alchemical secret of transformation that could have permanently altered world history, had it been implemented with the passion and on the scale that Jesus knew was possible. Its betrayal by the churches erected in Jesus’ name has been an unmitigated disaster, one major rea­son for our contemporary catastrophe.

Unlike the Buddha, or Krishna, or any of the Eastern sages whose wis­dom of transcendent knowledge left fundamentally intact the status quo of a world often characterized as illusory, the Jesus we see in the Gospel of Thomas saw and knew this world as the constant epiphany of the divine Kingdom and knew too that a wholly new world could be created by divine beings, once they had seen this and allowed themselves to be transformed and empowered as he was, by divine wisdom, ecstasy, and energy. What Jesus woke up to and proceeded to enact with the fiercest and most gloriously imaginable intensity was this new life of “Kingdom­-consciousness,” not as a savior and not as a guru claiming unique status and truth–the Gospel of Thomas makes this very clear–but as a sign of what is possible for all human beings who dare to awaken to the potential splendor of their inner truth and the responsibilities for total transformation of the world that it then inspires within them.

Jesus’ full revolutionary vision in all its outrageousness, grandeur, and radical passion is to be discovered in a close reading of the Gospel of Thomas. The greatest of the sayings are like the equations of physicists Werner Heisenberg or Niels Bohr–complex but intensely lucid expositions in mystical and yogic terms of the laws and potential of a new reality, an endlessly dynamic and fecund reality created by our illusory perceptions and their sterile hunger for separation, division, and stasis.

What I have discovered on my own journey into the increasingly challenging understanding of “Kingdom-consciousness” is that as I continue to uncover and develop in my own depths the “fire” that Jesus speaks of in the Gospel of Thomas, reading the sayings by the brilliant light of this “fire” becomes even more astonishing. The sayings expand in radiance, significance, and reach as I expand my own awareness of divinity and of the powers available to all those who dare to risk trans­formation.

What I want to offer here is a linked reading of seven of the sayings that have most inspired me. Through this linked reading, I hope to open up to seekers everywhere the full glory, as far as I understand it now, of what Jesus is trying to communicate through the Gospel of Thomas, not just to Christians but to the whole of humanity. Let us begin with saying 2:

“Jesus said: The seeker should not stop until he finds. When he does find, he will be disturbed. After having been disturbed, he will be astonished. Then he will reign over everything.”

This saying suggests that the Jesus who is speaking in the Gospel of Thomas is not presenting himself as a Messiah with a unique realization and a unique status of mediator. This Jesus–for me, the authentic Jesus–is like the Buddha, a human being who was awakened to the full glory of his inner divinity and so knows the secret of every human being and hungers to reveal it to change the world. The life to which this Jesus is inviting everyone is not one of endless seeking, but one of finding­–finding the truth and power of human divinity by risking everything to uncover them.

From his own harrowing experience, Jesus knows that finding cannot be without suffering; to find out the truth and power of your inner divinity is to be “disturbed”: disturbed by the gap between your human shadow and its dark games, the abyss of light within; disturbed by the price that any authentic transformation cannot help but demand; disturbed by the grandeur you are beginning to glimpse of your real royal nature with all its burden of responsibility and solitude. Jesus knows too, how­ever, that if you risk this disturbance and surrender to the unfolding of your divine nature, extraordinary visions will be awoken in you–visions that will astound you and drag you into what the Sufi mystics call the “kingdom of bewilderment” that “placeless place” where everything you have imagined to be true about yourself or about humanity is rubbed by the splendor of what you discover. And from this increasingly astonishing self-discovery, tremendous powers to influence and transform reality will be born in you. Just as unprecedented energy is unleashed by the splitting of an atom, so through the “splitting” of human identity to reveal the divine identity within it, a huge new transforming power is born, a ruling power, the power that great saints and sages have displayed through gifts of healing, miracles, and undaunted stamina of sacred passion and sacrifice. The seeker that becomes a finder and ruler makes a leap in evolutionary development from human being, unconscious of the Divine hidden within him or her, to an empowered divine human being, capable in and under the Divine of flooding reality with the glory of the Kingdom. To reveal this secret, live it out, and release it in all its radical power, to make “finders” and rulers of us all, is why the Jesus of the Gospel of Thomas lived and preached and died.

I will share more of Andrew Harvey’s foreword in my next post. We are headed toward Holy Week and the Easter Season in the Christian world during which I will bring this series to its climatic conclusion with a provocative scenario of the crucifixion, death and resurrection of Jesus, a drama that forms the very foundation of the Christian Faith. Until then,

Be love. Be loved.

Anthony

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The Essenes, “Children of the Light,” part 2: Group Souls


My Chorale PicI love books that arouse in me that gut-wrenching deja vu that shouts  “I know, I was there!” Stuart Wilson & Joanna Prentis’s book The Essenes – Children of the Light is such a book.

Have you ever had a deep core feeling that you are part of a group Soul that’s been on Earth before, probably in several incarnations? I have. I’m having that gut feeling  again as I read about the Essenes, especially about how they healed with sound and practiced attunement on a daily basis. I have the feeling when singing with or listening to a choral group, like the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. To me all musicians are angels of sound, of which there are legions, most of whom dwell in the Realms of Light singing praises to the Creator of the Universe. Others comprise groupings that incarnate together to bring the music of heaven to earth to facilitate specific outworkings in human affairs and world events . . . and perhaps to make life in this “vale of tears” a bit more enjoyable. 

This is the case with the Essenes, who lived in intentional communities along the shores of the Dead Sea prior to and during the life of Jesus, whom they called “The Teacher.”   They are a group Soul that has incarnated on many occasions to prepare the way for the incarnation and mission of great ones, like the Buddha, Krishna, and Jesus, all three of which are believed to be the incarnations of the same great Being, the Lord of Love.  They are back — or perhaps I can say “we are back” — and have been for the duration of the last century, at lease since the early 1900’s. Our purpose is to bring the New Heaven into the world to provide a living foundation based on the truth of love and of life upon which the New Earth is to be created and is being created even now. 

Is Jesus Returning?

Does this mean that the Lord of Love is about to return? I don’t know. What I do know is that we have been visited by great ones in our time. I personally know of two such ones who have come and gone after bringing the same message of love that “The Teacher” brought two-thousand years ago, and more. They were my spiritual teachers and guides, and they had their group Soul around them to assist in their missions. And there are others, such as the Dalai Lama, who has his “followers,” or group Soul, around him. David Wilcock is now known in some circles to be the reincarnation of Edgar Casey, and he has his group Soul with him again in this lifetime.  He even looks like Edgar Casey, as do some of his close circle of friends look like those who where part of Edgar Casey’s entourage. His books are compelling reading.  

So, what are these great ones with their group Souls heralding if not the coming of someone or something great into the world at this time?  I’ve written in a previous post about the Archangel taking back his Body for the purpose of returning to His Father’s world to reclaim its kingdoms and make them once again the “Kingdoms of our LORD, and of his Christ,” as St. John wrote about and foretold in his Book of Revelation (11:15).  I’m not preaching here. Just citing historical evidence that something BIG is afoot.  And the Essenes are back to assist in giving it birth and full revelation in our day.  This is exciting! This is unprecedented. This IS the Day which the Lord has made, and we can rejoice and be glad in it. Now I’m preaching. But why not? Are we going to just sit around the TV and mope and whine about the dire state of our world, especially in the Middle East and with our run-away economy? Little good it does toward changing anything.  Only makes matters worse. We can change ourselves, however, and how we see what’s going down in our time.

What is Poverty, Really?

I awoke this morning at 4:30 with this thought pressing to be entertained — and I’m sure it arises out of all the fuss and bother we’ve been making over the top 1% who own 90% of the wealth (money) and the bottom 10% who live in various degrees of what is called “poverty.”  I may have my percentages wrong, but you get the idea.  The thought that came rushing into my awakening mind was this. What is poverty? Who has decided that a person’s collection of money and goods is the measure of his economic state, be it an individual or a nation of people?  The Federal Poverty Line in this country is around $23,000 in yearly income.  That’s what an average family needs to sustain itself in America.  Of course, it depends on where you live. If you live in California, for instance, you need two or three times that amount in yearly income just to stay afloat.  

But poverty is a state of mind. My yearly income is around $24,000 with my Social Security check and what little I earn as a semi-retired healthcare practitioner.  Yet, I don’t consider myself as being poor or living in poverty. Between our combined SS checks, my wife and I do alright. We eat well and probably more than we need to sustain life. We have a roof over our heads and a cat and birds to feed and keep us company. We even have a garden in our back yard and maintain two automobiles. Sure, we would like to have more money to travel and spend time with our children and grandchildren, all of whom live on the West Coast, where we can’t afford to live — or rather choose not to afford.  But we don’t consider ourselves to be living in poverty.  It’s definitely a state of mind, created by those who use money and possessions as a measure of a person’s “net worth.”  

So, why are we so bothered, or at least entertained, by the fact that 1% of the population owns 90% of the wealth in this country?  Or is that a global phenomenon? Is it the media that keeps shaping our perception of reality?  Or is it rather my own narrow-minded perception of who I am and what I am; my occasional forgetfulness of the abundance that surrounds me in the natural world, and even in the man-made world. We see new buildings and houses going up all around us.  So, there’s obviously no lack of money in the world.  It’s all a mater of perception.  And who in their sane mind wants the headache and stress that comes with worldly wealth. I buy lottery tickets and sometimes, when the pot is in the hundreds of millions, I get a little worrisome fear that I might win! 

The Simple Life for Me

I’m going to close this post with a couple of excerpts from “The Essenes – Children of the Light.” They didn’t care much about material possessions and yet they apparently lived very rich, full and meaningful lives. They also had a spiritual basis and purpose for their lives.  

The working day of the Essenes gave a balanced discipline of practical work, creative craft and art, exercise of the body, a period of study of great masterworks, a time of teaching and learning and of recreation. And through it all is the sense of working closely with the nature spirits and the angelic worlds, with all activity dedicated to the glory of God, and with joy in the heart. (Sir George Trevelyan, Summons to a High Crusade)

They lived literally in heaven on earth, and they made it so. The simple life is not a life of poverty nor of lack of what one needs to live a meaningful and creative life here on Earth. It’s rather a life lived in balance with nature and with one’s particular environment and circumstance.  A life lived with respect for the natural resources of the planet, such as water, which is rapidly becoming a precious commodity due to its scarcity in some places, like the West Coast.  Here’s what Daniel had to say about that in the interview in the book: 

The Kaloo [ancient ones from Atlantis] told us much concerning the use of water, and over time we became expert in this area. Our buildings were fashioned so that the walls were continuous, one flowing into the other. Using common walls and adjoining roofs enabled us to channel the rainwater down into great storage tanks. Where there was a nearby wadi  [a rocky watercourse which is dry except during rainy season] the waters from this were also directed down into the tanks.  So we preserve every drop of water, and this enables us to survive in arid areas that are considered too poor for any other people to farm and settle. Water is one of the most vital things, and we respect it and preserve all the water which comes from the heavens. There is a special quality about rain which has fallen through pure air in a good place. These are the essentials of life: pure air and water. Without these how can we be at ease within our bodies?

“Ease within our bodies.” Isn’t that really enough? Do we actually need more? More stuff? More luxury? More energy? To do what? Destroy our natural habitat and that of the animal kingdom? Unfortunately, we don’t have pure air nor pure rain water in most areas where human beings conglomerate in communities. But we do have filtering systems.

The point, of course, is that we can alter our perception and our perspective about so called “poverty” and  “wealth.” And we can do better than we have been doing in managing our economy and stewarding the natural resources of the Earth.

As I lay there this morning with my head comfortably on my pillow thinking on these things, I called my mind away from entertaining depressing and stressful thoughts and toward an awareness of the richness and abundance present with me in the present moment, the eternal Now.  It felt good and I felt secure in my Father’s world where peace eternally abides and love yet rules the day.  His love for His world and for us, for each and every human being on the face of the earth, is what keeps us from total annihilation.  The Father provides all that I need, has done so all of my life, and I have no reason to believe He will do less in what days I have left here.  God loves us more than we can ever imagine.  If it were not so, we would truly be living in abject poverty.  A timely thought in the wake of Fathers Day.

Until my next post in this series, 

Be love. Be loved.

Anthony 

P.S. Speaking of the scarcity of water, here’s a link to a revolutionary idea that’s taking hold in Africa. Just the music is worth the two minutes of watching. https://dana.io/roll-a-hippo

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Bill Moyers posted an up-to-date article on poverty in America at http://billmoyers.com/2014/06/28/generational-poverty-is-the-exception-not-the-rule. Just click on “poverty in America.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Body Electric, part 5: — Of Angels and Archangels

Tony Pics for SA BookHuman consciousness is slow to change. Habits of expression persist, even among those who know the truth, myself included. Just as an example, when speaking of death it is common parlance to say “When I die . . . .”  Interestingly, I just typed in a small “i” by error. Or was it a Freudian slip?  

There are two selves, a lower self and a higher Self. The lower self is mortal. The higher Self is immortal. The lower self “i” will die.  The higher Self “I” cannot die.  The lower self is our human nature and identity. The higher Self our Divine nature and identity — the angel incarnate. The first is a substitute. The second is the genuine article, the authentic Self.

Now, most are aware of this dual nature of our identity. Some have actually gone through the process of assuming identity with the Higher Self.  For them, there is no death. Except out of consideration for limited human understanding, they would never say, for instance, “When I die.” Nor would they speak of their mortality. This bring me to the topic of this blog post: “Of Angles and Archangels.”

When the genuine appears, the substitute passes away. 

My spiritual mentor spoke those words some thirty years ago. He was referring to the human ego and human nature as a substitute for divine identity and divine nature. A cycle has been on the move since the Fall when Man left the presence of the Creator in his consciousness. The Creator didn’t go anywhere.  It was Man who left the presence of the LORD God Creator and has since been looking for re-connection and reunion.

Since what is called “the Fall,” Man has been in the presence of the Creator only not conscious of the Creator’s presence, nor of his inseparable oneness with the Creator. Man is the Creator of his world. Man is an inseparable part of the Creator. We are co-creators with God. No, not the human ego but the angel incarnate. The human ego has no existence of its own. It depends entirely on the presence of the angel for its substance and existence.  The human ego arises out of flesh. The angel arises through flesh as spirit. As Human Beings we experience the union of flesh with spirit. This is so on the individual and collective levels.

Actually, there is only the Collective.  Individual humans do not exist on their own as islands in the sun. No man is an island, someone once said. Man is a collective entity, a physical Temple of the Living God.  “The Tabernacle of God is with men” says the Holy Scriptures. There is the Body of Mankind on Earth, and we each are cells in that Body.

This implies the presence of another collective, one of incarnate angels. Just as no man is an island, no angel is an isolated entity.  Each angel is a differentiated aspect of a collective body of angels. That collective Body of angels may be called an Archangel.  This Archangel’s body is the Body of Humanity, comprised of billions of cells, each cell inhabited by an angel. Each angel is a re-focalization of the One Spirit of the Archangel. 

Archangels are embodied by cosmic entities. In astronomy these entities are called “solar systems.” Our solar system is the Body of the Archangel responsible for this tiny corner of the Milky Way Galaxy. The Milky Way Galaxy with all of its millions of solar entities is the manifest Body of the Creator in this corner of the Cosmos. 

Coming back to our solar entity, let us consider what has happened and what is in the process of happening now. What has happened in the past is that the Body of Humanity, this collective Man comprised of male and female cells, lost its awareness of its purpose as the incarnating Body of the Archangel.  In a simple word, the Archangel lost control of his body, the body through which dominion over and governance of the solar entity and all its planets, including this Earth upon which we carry on our human activities we call “life,” was exercised and extended. Thus the chaos and disunity we’ve been experiencing for millennia on this planet.  

What is happening now is the resurrection and ascension of the Archangel’s Body from death orientation to orientation in eternal life.  In a word, the Archangel is taking back His Body that has been stolen and usurped by the the human ego.

Collective entities, like individual human beings, have a focus of Identity and have been given names. The Archangel’s focus and Identity is the Lord of Love who took on individual human form at various intervals in human history, the most recent incarnation being in the body of the Lord Jesus two-thousand years ago.  It is believed by some that he also incarnated as Lord Buddha and Lord Krishna. The collective human ego that has usurped human consciousness and the Body of Humanity, has been called by various names, from the “Devil” to “Lucifer” and “Satan.”   We’re talking about spiritual energy here and its distribution through patterns of focalization.  The word “Satan” describes a focalization of spiritual energy. It has sundry origins and usages. Here are some very interesting definitions I found on the internet: 

– Lucifer: Is not the Devil´s real name. It is the old term for the Morning Star (´Hillel` in Hebrew) which was used as a symbol for pride in a satyrical poem about the king of Babylon. The poem was interpreted by some Christians as referring to the Devil. 

– Beelzebub: Is not the Devil´s real name. It was originally “Baal-Zebul`, `Lord of the manor´, a deity worshipped by the people of Ekron. The jews turned him into a demon, and called him “Baal-zebub” which means `Lord of the flies´. In Hebrew theology, he is apparently the king of demons, but not identified with Satan, the accusing angel. 

– Satan: Is not the Devil´s real name, but a title. It means “Slanderer” or “Accuser” and refers to the angel who accuses mankind in the court of God, kind of like a heavenly D.A.   (Leonard)

That fairly accurately describes human ego activity of accusing and blaming . For more information–and a good laugh–go to https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090709023051AACf62E .

The Hebrews used a symbol called the “Sefirot” or the “Tree of Life” in their teachings. Here’s an excerpt from my book Sacred Anatomy that describes how it was used: (click on the picture to enlarge it for better viewing.)

sacraments_sefirot_chakrasIn the Judaic healing tradition the sacred energy system in the human anatomy is designated as the Sefiroth, or Tree of Life.  In her book and tapes,  “Anatomy of the Spirit” and “Energy Anatomy” respectively, medical intuitive Caroline Myss presents this system of distribution of spiritual energy as a parallel  to the Christian “Seven Sacraments” and the Vedic Seven Chakras:

“Just as Christianity offers us a symbolic map of human energy anatomy in the form of the sacraments, so Judaism has the Tree of Life as a representation of this same system.  The Tree of Life is a symbolic diagram, which has been used by Kabbalists (Judaism’s most ancient mystical sect) for several thousand years.  It explains how energy flows down from God into the world.  This diagram shows ten sefiroth (“numbers”), each representing a different stage or quality of this descent. For example, it begins with keter (“crown”) and ends with shekinah (“creation”).  The ten sefiroth are arranged in a way that divides them into seven levels.  Each of these levels corresponds perfectly with those of the Chakra and seven sacrament systems, and represents a quality of power that is essential for us to develop in order to maintain a healthy body—both physically and spiritually.”

One can see a close similarity between these three sacred energy generating and distribution systems in the human anatomy.   They are representing one thing:  the spiritual body of subtle energies clothing the One who stands in the midst of the seven levels of being, filling them with the substance of pneumaplasm for the transmission of divine creative power, design and governance from the invisible planes of Creator into the visible planes of creation.  We play a co-creative role in this process that clothes invisible spirit with form.

I have also seen the ten sefiroth described as a series of transformers, each level stepping down the Creator’s power so that it can be known and experienced in practical ways in the lower levels of creation.  In this sense they serve a parallel function with the seven endocrine centers of energy transformation and distribution in the body temple.  Spiritual growth toward enlightenment is a matter of leaving behind the tenth level of “Satan” (pronounced in Hebrew as sa-tan, with the accent on the last syllable ) where dark and destructive forces work to nullify the emergence of the Creator’s spirit in the physical and material planes of being.  To enter the “miracle zone” of the Light in the higher sefiroth , one needs to give up one’s “comfort zone” in the materialistic plane of darkness.

On the other end of this spectrum of spiritual energy is the light and creative forces of the Archangel differentiated by at least seven-billion angels now incarnate on Earth for this grand finale called the Restoration. We are each one a member in the Archangel’s Body, having each a unique and significant role to play in this awesome outworking.

Perhaps that is enough for this post. All this to say, we are living in exciting times, historical and Biblical days of fulfillment of Divine and Cosmic creative and re-creative end-cycles that span space and time from the Beginning in Genesis to the present day of restoration. We are here to restore Paradise to its rightful, God-given place here on our beloved planet Earth. But first we must let the Archangel have his Body back in one piece. For that to happen, the purification of the Body of Mankind that has been underway for some time now and coming to a climactic finale in our day must complete itself. So, don’t take anything you are experiencing personally. It’s the Archangel’s full incarnation that is orchestrating this purification process, bringing much violence and destruction to bear in human affairs. It is also bringing much renewal of spirit and awakening in human beings the world over. No matter your unique role or place in the Body, identify with the Archangel, the genuine Self while handling the human body you have inhabited, along with its human ego, ultimately helping it pass away to release you back to God. With the coming of the genuine, authentic Self, the substitute self is transformed and transmuted into pure angelic light. What cannot be transmuted is simply returned to dust. 

“. . . and the former things are passed away.” (Rev. 21:4).  

I hope you have enjoyed this post. Until next we meet, 

Be love. Be loved. 

Anthony

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