Whether you consider yourself “awakened”, or on a quest for the truth, or you are religious, or really haven’t bought into all this new age stuff, one key question we all at least think about. Do we really have a soul, and is there some sort of life after death? More has been written on this subject in the last 30 years than was previously written in the last 8,000 years.
We have channellers, evangelists, gurus, psychics, and a whole assortment of books on after life experiences. Yet the answer somehow seems elusive to the majority of us. The question is why is something that is so universal felt, if true, so hidden. My quest for answers has lasted nearly 45 years. The one thing that has become apparent is all knowledge known is both true and false. By that I mean within mythology, ancient writings, modern day new age information, religious texts from all faiths, and aboriginal stories there is both truth and deception.
What is universal in all of these sources is the eternal struggle between “dark forces” and the “light”. This , in essence, means the truth is contained within these sources, but has been distorted to such a degree that the power of the truth is rendered undiscernibly invisible to us.
Whether this was perpetrated by Annuaki, as Stitchin alludes from his translation of ancient Sumerian tablets, or the work of some multi-dimensional beings called Archons, or any other manner of deception, like Greys manipulating our genes is really beside the point.
The reality is our own illusions of who we are and our own lack of will that keeps the veil pulled over our eyes. So in the context that most every human believes he or she has a soul, let’s assume that is true. However, in accepting this hypothesis, we must also accept that within us is a consciousness that transcends death and survives. Oddly, most of us do not have much difficulty in accepting this hypothesis. What is strange is we seem to have great difficulty in applying that knowledge to our physical life and situations.
Historically, most scholars believe that the greatest knowledge of the true nature of who we are was destroyed in the libraries of Alexandria. The destruction of the Library of Alexandria, one of the largest and most significant libraries of the ancient world, ended most of the knowledge of really ancient histories of man. The library is famous for having been burned, resulting in the loss of many scrolls and books, and has become a symbol of “knowledge and culture destroyed”. Although there is a tradition of the burning of the Library at Alexandria, the library may have suffered several fires or acts of destruction, of varying degrees, over many years. Different cultures may have “blamed” each other throughout history, or distanced their ancestors from responsibility, and therefore leaving conflicting and inconclusive fragments from ancient sources on the exact details of the destruction.
Whether the burned books were only some stored books or books found inside the library itself, the nature of the loss was described by Roman stoic philosopher Seneca (c. 4 BC – AD 65) who refers to 40,000 books having been burnt at Alexandria. Ancient and modern sources identify four possible occasions for the partial or complete destruction of the Library of Alexandria: Julius Caesar‘s fire during his civil war in 48 BC; the attack of Aurelian in AD 270 – 275; the decree of Coptic Pope Theophilus in 391 AD; and the Muslim conquest of Egypt in (or after) AD 642. There is no doubt valuable information that pre-dates our current knowledge was lost.
However, historically, one particular tablet, The Emerald Tablets of Thoth were somehow preserved and guarded down through history until this day. Also known as the text of the Smaragdine Tablet gives its author as Hermes Trismegistus (“Hermes the Thrice-Greatest”), a legendary Hellenistic combination of the Greek god Hermes and the Egyptian god Thoth. Despite the claims of antiquity, it’s believed to be an Arabic work written between the sixth and eighth centuries. The oldest documentable source of the text is the Kitāb sirr al-ḫalīqa (Book of the Secret of Creation and the Art of Nature), itself a composite of earlier works. This volume is attributed to “Balinas” (or Pseudo-Apollonius of Tyana) who wrote sometime around the eighth century. In his book, Balinas frames the Emerald Tablet as ancient Hermetic wisdom. He tells his readers that he discovered the text in a vault below a statue of Hermes in Tyana, and that, inside the vault, an old corpse on a golden throne held the emerald tablet. Following Balinas, an early version of the Emerald Tablet appeared in Kitab Ustuqus al-Uss al-Thani (Second Book of the Elements of Foundation) attributed to Jabir ibn Hayyan. The Smaragdine Tablet was first translated into Latin in the twelfth century by Hugo von Santalla. The text is also in an enlarged thirteenth century edition of Secretum Secretorum (also known as Kitab Sirr al-Asrar). These tablets can be read in their entirety here, The Emerald Tablets of Thoth.
These tablets are significant in that Thoth clearly states he is a survivor of Atlantis who came to Khem (Egypt) to establish a civilization and he dedicated several hundred years to educating these peoples on the truth of life.
To our discussion and consideration, this excerpt from the tablets is key to understanding the duality of our nature:
Deep in Earth’s heart lies the flower,
the source of the Spirit
that binds all in its form.
know ye that the Earth is living in body
as thou art alive in thine own formed form.
The Flower of Life is as thine own place of Spirit
and streams through the Earth
as thine flows through thy form;
giving of life to the Earth and its children,
renewing the Spirit from form unto form.
This is the Spirit that is form of thy body,
shaping and moulding into its form.
Know ye, O man, that thy form is dual,
balanced in polarity while formed in its form.
Know that when fast on thee Death approaches,
it is only because thy balance is shaken.
It is only because one pole has been lost.
Emerald Tablets of Thoth – Tablet XIII –The Keys to Life and Death
Throughout history people who really seek the truth, open their minds, and dive into this reality have been demonized, ostracized and eventually slaughtered. Christians were slaughtered every day after the death of Jesus before Constantine declared Christianity the official religion in 325 AD at the council of Nicea. Were these early Christians really Gnostics? That is a very good question. St Paul’s writings were definitely of Gnostic origin and virtually all the writings of the Gnostics were destroyed, which includes the Library of Alexandria. The butchering and slaughtering continued through the dark ages and then into the Spanish Inquisition, where the Cathars were wiped out in France. The peoples who lived next to the Cathars said they were the most peaceful and righteous people they had ever met. They were still wiped off the face of the earth for being heretics, which simply means ‘a belief or opinion contrary to orthodox religious doctrine. In recent times, this type of behavior is not tolerated in so called civilized societies, so people who are looking for the truth have been growing in numbers slowly. Now, thanks to the internet, they are starting to communicate with each other.
Gnosticism simply means knowing. Again there are stories to help people understand the situation we are in. To put it simply though, Gnosticism is a journey of inner discoveries, so you can speak with authority and confidence of your knowledge because it is an experience and not conjecture or hear say. The inner journey is a fabulous journey, but enlightenment comes at a price. The price is when accumulating and recovering all of the historical knowledge, one begins to realize that there are a number of individuals who have possession of the true nature of our being and they jealously guard it and keep it from the general public in order to have power over the rest of us.
In the 80s and 90s a Dr. George Meeks conducted scientific experiments to ascertain the truth about whether we have a “soul” or some type of organized consciousness. He did in fact present irrefutable scientific proof that indeed we do. He discussed the relationship between our brain and our mind, and our physical body and our ethereal bodies. Not only did he discuss these unique relationships, but he also produced experiments where he physically documented both and photographed them. Here is a good lecture from Dr. George Meeks who also mentions the dark forces at work, but doesn’t go into it. He does talk about the levels of consciousness we need to exceed to get out of this trap Here is the link to one of his last complete lectures for your consideration. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyN0sKotk4Y
A great quote from Meeks was that when we understand the true nature of who we really are, we can live in a joyous manner in this world of sorrows and tribulations.
There is something happening to us and we are evolving into something much greater than we realize. It is time to speak up and speak your truth. It is time to stop being controlled by peer pressure. It is time to say ‘no more’ to being walked over. It is time to stop being ignored and be heard. It is time to look into the nature of our reality and understand that this is an amazing existence that should be cherished. It is time to realize we are connected to everything on a quantum level. It is time to reject the phony new age movement and the phony green movement both controlled by the globalists, and become fully conscious and environmentalists ourselves. It is time to come to the simple realization that we are all love at our source. It is time to rid ourselves of this cesspool of a control system that is trying to hold humanity in a box. It is a time for courage. It is time for love. It is a time for compassion. It is a time of information, so there is no excuse for ignorance. It is time for the rise of the Knowing.
It is really quite simple. You and I and every living thing is eternal in nature. Our destiny and our experiences cannot unfold without our permission. Sadly we give that permission through ignorance and a lack of personal effort to understand who we really are by nature. Require that true knowledge be revealed to you personally. If you have not already, begin your quest. I assure you will not regret asking daily “who am I really?”