Saturday, April 11, 2020

"The Missing Hours Between Crucifixion and Rising from the Dead with The Certainty of Reincarnation"

Dog Poet Transmitting.......

We are in that transition zone between the cruci-fiction of Jesus Christ and his rising into the Heavens as the everlasting Son of God. There have been various theories put forward about what he did during this time. Bishop Rufinus says he went to Hell. According to the Jewish calendar, Jesus was crucified at Noon and died at 3PM. I imagine there are very few of us who knew this; that he was on the cross for only 3 hours. Of course, we've no way of knowing with complete certitude that this was the actual time span. That is simply what the record states. The Jewish clock went from dawn to dusk each day and this is how scholars got their details. None of these details hold any importance for me. Details,a surfeit of details, a paucity of details, these are the tools of the trade for those who argue about them. Those who argue do not know and this brings up an amusing (for me) detail. A friend contacted me yesterday and said, “You should see what they are saying about you over at Truthseeker.”

I seldom, if ever, read the comments at that location. The people that comment there are the Grudgebots who were given their walking papers at the blogs but... I thought, 'what the heck', let's take a brief journey over to the nosebleed seats and see what the canaille has to say. There were a lot of them and some of them were very long so I only skimmed them but I saw enough to register what their complaints were and the perspective that they were complaining from. For the most part they were Fundies of the Christian and Muslim stripe, with one virulent atheist, who has been at my heels for a long time now. They're all anonymous, as fits the profile and they were jabbering away like the callers at a livestock auction.

Their main beef (as befits a livestock auction) was about REINCARNATION and they were fairly incensed about that. There was a short mention of someone or other that I had never heard of who said REINCARNATION doesn't happen. The rest was just the usual convoluted tail swallowing, snake dance of OPINION. For some reason, the complainers seemed to get the idea that I invented the reincarnation theory all by my lonesome, rather than it being a fixed tenet of several major religions, all of which predate Christianity. Reincarnation is also a main facet of the teaching of illuminated masters across the reach of recorded history and no doubt well before that. I am far more likely to credit the positions of illuminated masters than I am to credit the positions of people with no evidence one way or the other. I generally go by my own experiences in any case and I have partial recall of other lives which I have lived and that is all the evidence I need. Many another soul also has some amount of recall.

From the case of Bridey Murphy (you will want to read THE WHOLE ARTICLE to get a grasp of the actions of debunkers and the rest) to that of Edgar Casey, there are plenty of examples or reincarnation in Western Culture. As for Eastern Culture, the examples are too numerous to mention. Then we have the cases of musical prodigies and those prodigies in other fields of enterprise. The problem, as I see it, is that no matter what facts and knowledge of traditions one might have at their disposal, people just love to argue and the more uninformed they are, the more they love to argue. Factor in that a lot of these noisome critics are just really unhappy people and they hate the concept of positive thinking and the idea that there might be more to life than they are aware of. It is human nature for people to blame their unfortunate circumstances on the world and how unfair it is. Reincarnation explains all of this and lays the blame for their unfortunate circumstances squarely upon them and THIS THEY CANNOT ABIDE.

The reality of REINCARNATION is so obvious that it is foolish to even question it but it's the same thing as the idea of God. People who don't want to believe can find all kinds of specious objections to God's existence and those who do want to believe can also find numerous proofs, as I and others like me have discovered in the course of this life. One thing I can assure you of, YOU WILL FIND OUT what is and is not true. This and much more is presented to you following your departure.

I never mind people getting hot under the collar about what I have to say. They represent a tiny demographic of the readers and exist for purposes of contrast. Eventually... everyone gets a clue. How long that may take depends on their level of resistance to The Truth. The waters of the spirit will, sooner or later, reduce that resistance to nothing at all. I'm content to wait upon that to transpire, as it most certainly will. There were times in my life, earlier on, when I foolishly contended with people on these issues. It hadn't occurred to me that many people DON'T WANT TO KNOW. They have no interest in the truth. They ONLY want to impress their will upon others and that is the prevailing condition, here in this Moshpit of Ignorance that is the blindness of material life. We ONLY get so much bandwidth via the senses. Some have more than others and that applies also to Intellect, Understanding, mental clarity and the like. What is the point of arguing about the qualities and conditions of another country that the one you are arguing with has never been to? Pointless.

I feel both sorrow and pity for those caught up in the skirmish of appetites and the striving and contending against their fellows. So many people are at war with themselves and... by extension, at war with everyone else as well. There is so much unhappiness in this present world. The hunger and longing that possesses so many people is a tragedy indeed. Then... as fate would have it, over the long haul, they get whatever it is they think they want and then they no longer want it. It is a sad affair with only regret and disappointment at the end of the road. So I well understand why certain people would be very displeased with me because I FOUND WHAT I WAS LOOKING FOR. Of course, they could find it too. It is a simple matter of industry and persistence. It does help if you know what you are looking for to begin with BUT... even if you don't, by the process of elimination, YOU WILL eventually find it.

Jesus Christ, one of the best examples of reincarnation, rises every year at this time and all through the year, now and again, on rare occasions, he rises in someone's heart. He is the spiritual quintessence. He is the solar avatar that has come and gone many times, under many names and in many guises; “Whenever dharma declines and the purpose of life is forgotten, I manifest myself on earth. I am born in every age to protect the good, to destroy evil, and to reestablish dharma. As they approach me, so I receive them. All paths, Arjuna, lead to me.” Religion is like the training wheels on a bicycle. The time 'should' come when you take them off. Until that time, you need creeds and dogma, ritual and cant. You need the one you have chosen to be THE ONLY ONE but all bonafide religions are expressions of a single deity. There is ONLY ONE GOD, though he has a myriad of expressions and personas and to each culture and language he appears in the form most appropriate to the place he appears in.

“Listen up Buddy, you rotten heretic! My God is the only God and you're going to die and go to Hell.” This being said by someone who is already a resident there. One has to learn to be as wise as a serpent and harmless as a dove and not to cast precious wisdom carelessly before spiritually adolescent minds, lest they turn again and rend you.

My attitude wasn't always what it is now. I injured a number of the tender feelings of others. I spoke without thinking. I was reckless in my disregard, on occasion, but that is all foolishness to me now. I found what I was looking for, or it found me; probably a bit of both and I am content now to let this grow in me from one moment to the next. The shining face of eternity smiles at me and beckons me to continue on my way to The Kingdom. What do I care about the endless contentious arguments of this temporary world?

Jesus Christ was and is an emissary of God Almighty. He was, is, God almighty and what he said was living truth. We should take the things he said to heart and live them, rather than splitting hairs over torpid dogmas and making rules for others that we don't live by ourselves. It makes me laugh to see the pedants who have read a few books and attended a few classes and who have set themselves up as experts on the matter and whose main contribution to the discourse is to tell YOU THAT YOU ARE WRONG, cause it says it right here in Chapter 32, verse 8 that 'therefore he went unto the Jibbermacher and did frimbolense upon the Dobadad and then spoke he of these Baboozaleiums which were given him in lieu of rent, where he did make a fricassee gumbo of Lent.'

What utter nonsense! Study the beautiful simplicity of the words of Jesus Christ and LIVE THEM! Stop being a self-inflated prat, lumbering about in your own personal darkness. Live this joyous simplicity and THEN... perhaps... those teachings reserved for Disciples will be given to you, upon proof of your sincerity and humble bearing. God knows very well what is taking place in every heart. He is RIGHT THERE witnessing it. Prove yourself worthy and see what happens.

I suspect that Jesus did descend into Hell and grant salvation here and there in his passage. I suspect he communed with his angels and with The Father and then, of course, he appeared again and what passed between him and Thomas says all I need to know. He will rise again with The Sun tomorrow and perhaps in your own heart as well. It is far better to celebrate the splendor and majesty of The Risen God than it is to spend your time talking over the voices of others in a contentious display of Nimrodism. The rising of The Sun is the proof positive evidence, every day, of The Spiritual Sun that resides above it and a testimony to the light of Almighty God, as demonstrated by his primary emanation of Jesus Christ;

“Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also; and greater works than these shall he do; because I go unto my Father.”

End Transmission.......

Today's Song is;

As there is a supernal world, there is also the Middle World in which people bandy about terrestrial commentaries and concerns. You can find some great amount of that at Pocketnet.

Here is something by Swami Vivekananda about Reincarnation that just so happened to show up, in the regular sequence, as my reading matter to open my morning with. It's not the most lyrically profound among his statements but I include it because it did show up previous to this posting which was already intended to include reincarnation so... maybe it is serendipity and maybe it is coincidence but whatever the case, here it is;

“Here comes a very interesting question, that question which is generally known as the reincarnation of the soul. Sometimes people get frightened at the idea, and superstition is so strong that thinking men even believe that they are the outcome of nothing, and then, with the grandest logic, try to deduce the theory that although they have come out of zero, they will be eternal ever afterwards. Those that come out of zero will certainly have to go back to zero.

Neither you, nor I nor anyone present, has come out of zero, nor will go back to zero. We have been existing eternally, and will exist, and there is no power under the sun or above the sun which can undo your or my existence or send us back to zero. Now this idea of reincarnation is not only not a frightening idea, but is most essential for the moral well-being of the human race. It is the only logical conclusion that thoughtful men can arrive at. If you are going to exist in eternity hereafter, it must be that you have existed through eternity in the past: it cannot be otherwise. I will try to answer a few objections that are generally brought against the theory. Although many of you will think they are very silly objections, still we have to answer them, for sometimes we find that the most thoughtful men are ready to advance the silliest ideas.

Well has it been said that there never was an idea so absurd that it did not find philosophers to defend it. The first objection is, why do we not remember our past? Do we remember all our past in this life? How many of you remember what you did when you were babies? None of you remember your early childhood, and if upon memory depends your existence, then this argument proves that you did not exist as babies, because you do not remember your babyhood. It is simply unmitigated nonsense to say that our existence depends on our remembering it.

Why should we remember the past? That brain is gone, broken into pieces, and a new brain has been manufactured. What has come to this brain is the resultant, the sum total of the impressions acquired in our past, with which the mind has come to inhabit the new body. I, as I stand here, am the effect, the result, of all the infinite past which is tacked on to me. And why is it necessary for me to remember all the past? When a great ancient sage, a seer, or a prophet of old, who came face to face with the truth, says something, these modern men stand up and say, "Oh, he was a fool!" But just use another name, "Huxley says it, or Tyndall"; then it must be true, and they take it for granted. In place of ancient superstitions they have erected modern superstitions, in place of the old Popes of religion they have installed modern Popes of science.

So we see that this objection as to memory is not valid, and that is about the only serious objection that is raised against this theory. Although we have seen that it is not necessary for the theory that there shall be the memory of past lives, yet at the same time, we are in a position to assert that there are instances which show that this memory does come, and that each one of us will get back this memory in that life in which he will become free. Then alone you will find that this world is but a dream; then alone you will realise in the soul of your soul that you are but actors and the world is a stage; then alone will the idea of non-attachment come to you with the power of thunder; then all this thirst for enjoyment, this clinging on to life and this world will vanish for ever; then the mind will see dearly as daylight how many times all these existed for you, how many millions of times you had fathers and mothers, sons and daughters, husbands and wives, relatives and friends, wealth and power. They came and went.

How many times you were on the topmost crest of the wave, and how many times you were down at the bottom of despair! When memory will bring all these to you, then alone will you stand as a hero and smile when the world frowns upon you. Then alone will you stand up and say. "I care not for thee even, O Death, what terrors hast thou for me?" This will come to all. Are there any arguments, any rational proofs for this reincarnation of the soul? So far we have been giving the negative side, showing that the opposite arguments to disprove it are not valid. Are there any positive proofs? There are; and most valid ones, too.

No other theory except that of reincarnation accounts for the wide divergence that we find between man and man in their powers to acquire knowledge. First, let us consider the process by means of which knowledge is acquired. Suppose I go into the street and see a dog. How do I know it is a dog? I refer it to my mind, and in my mind are groups of all my past experiences, arranged and pigeon-holed, as it were. As soon as a new impression comes, I take it up and refer it to some of the old pigeon-holes, and as soon as I find a group of the same impressions already existing, I place it in that group, and I am satisfied. I know it is a dog, because it coincides with the impressions already there. When I do not find the cognates of this new experience inside, I become dissatisfied. When, not finding the cognates of an impression, we become dissatisfied, this state of the mind is called "ignorance"; but, when, finding the cognates of an impression already existing, we become satisfied, this is called "knowledge".

When one apple fell, men became dissatisfied. Then gradually they found out the group. What was the group they found? That all apples fell, so they called it "gravitation". Now we see that without a fund of already existing experience, any new experience would be impossible, for there would be nothing to which to refer the new impression. So, if, as some of the European philosophers think, a child came into the world with what they call tabula rasa, such a child would never attain to any degree of intellectual power, because he would have nothing to which to refer his new experiences. We see that the power of acquiring knowledge varies in each individual, and this shows that each one of us has come with his own fund of knowledge.

Knowledge can only be got in one way, the way of experience; there is no other way to know. If we have not experienced it in this life, we must have experienced it in other lives. How is it that the fear of death is everywhere? A little chicken is just out of an egg and an eagle comes, and the chicken flies in fear to its mother. There is an old explanation (I should hardly dignify it by such a name). It is called instinct. What makes that little chicken just out of the egg afraid to die? How is it that as soon as a duckling hatched by a hen comes near water, it jumps into it and swims? It never swam before, nor saw anything swim. People call it instinct. It is a big word, but it leaves us where we were before. Let us study this phenomenon of instinct. A child begins to play on the piano. At first she must pay attention to every key she is fingering, and as she goes on and on for months and years, the playing becomes almost involuntary, instinctive.

What was first done with conscious will does not require later on an effort of the will. This is not yet a complete proof. One half remains, and that is that almost all the actions which are now instinctive can be brought under the control of the will. Each muscle of the body can be brought under control. This is perfectly well known. So the proof is complete by this double method, that what we now call instinct is degeneration of voluntary actions; therefore, if the analogy applies to the whole of creation, if all nature is uniform, then what is instinct in lower animals, as well as in men, must be the degeneration of will. Applying the law we dwelt upon under macrocosm that each involution presupposes an evolution, and each evolution an involution, we see that instinct is involved reason. What we call instinct in men or animals must therefore be involved, degenerated, voluntary actions, and voluntary actions are impossible without experience.

Experience started that knowledge, and that knowledge is there. The fear of death, the duckling taking to the water and all involuntary actions in the human being which have become instinctive, are the results of past experiences. So far we have proceeded very clearly, and so far the latest science is with us. But here comes one more difficulty. The latest scientific men are coming back to the ancient sages, and as far as they have done so, there is perfect agreement. They admit that each man and each animal is born with a fund of experience, and that all these actions in the mind are the result of past experience. "But what," they ask, "is the use of saying that that experience belongs to the soul? Why not say it belongs to the body, and the body alone? Why not say it is hereditary transmission?" This is the last question. Why not say that all the experience with which I am born is the resultant effect of all the past experience of my ancestors? The sum total of the experience from the little protoplasm up to the highest human being is in me, but it has come from body to body in the course of hereditary transmission. Where will the difficulty be? This question is very nice, and we admit some part of this hereditary transmission. How far? As far as furnishing the material.

We, by our past actions, conform ourselves to a certain birth in a certain body, and the only suitable material for that body comes from the parents who have made themselves fit to have that soul as their offspring. The simple hereditary theory takes for granted the most astonishing proposition without any proof, that mental experience can be recorded in matters, that mental experience can be involved in matter. When I look at you in the lake of my mind there is a wave. That wave subsides, but it remains in fine form, as an impression. We understand a physical impression remaining in the body. But what proof is there for assuming that the mental impression can remain in the body, since the body goes to pieces? What carries it?

Even granting it were possible for each mental impression to remain in the body, that every impression, beginning from the first man down to my father, was in my father's body, how could it be transmitted to me? Through the bioplasmic cell? How could that be? Because the father's body does not come to the child in toto. The same parents may have a number of children; then, from this theory of hereditary transmission, where the impression and the impressed (that is to say, material) are one, it rigorously follows that by the birth of every child the parents must lose a part of their own impressions, or, if the parents should transmit the whole of their impressions, then, after the birth of the first child, their minds would be a vacuum.

Again, if in the bioplasmic cell the infinite amount of impressions from all time has entered, where and how is it? This is a most impossible position, and until these physiologists can prove how and where those impressions live in that cell, and what they mean by a mental impression sleeping in the physical cell, their position cannot be taken for granted. So far it is clear then, that this impression is in the mind, that the mind comes to take its birth and rebirth, and uses the material which is most proper for it, and that the mind which has made itself fit for only a particular kind of body will have to wait until it gets that material. This we understand. The theory then comes to this, that there is hereditary transmission so far as furnishing the material to the soul is concerned. But the soul migrates and manufactures body after body, and each thought we think, and each deed we do, is stored in it in fine forms, ready to spring up again and take a new shape. When I look at you a wave rises in my mind. It dives down, as it were, and becomes finer and finer, but it does not die. It is ready to start up again as a wave in the shape of memory.

So all these impressions are in my mind, and when I die the resultant force of them will be upon me. A ball is here, and each one of us takes a mallet in his hands and strikes the ball from all sides; the ball goes from point to point in the room, and when it reaches the door it flies out. What does it carry out with it? The resultant of all these blows. That will give it its direction. So, what directs the soul when the body dies? The resultant, the sum total of all the works it has done, of the thoughts it has thought. If the resultant is such that it has to manufacture a new body for further experience, it will go to those parents who are ready to supply it with suitable material for that body.

Thus, from body to body it will go, sometimes to a heaven, and back again to earth, becoming man, or some lower animal. This way it will go on until it has finished its experience, and completed the circle. It then knows its own nature, knows what it is, and ignorance vanishes, its powers become manifest, it becomes perfect; no more is there any necessity for the soul to work through physical bodies, nor is there any necessity for it to work through finer, or mental bodies. It shines in its own light, and is free, no more to be born, no more to die. We will not go now into the particulars of this. But I will bring before you one more point with regard to this theory of reincarnation. It is the theory that advances the freedom of the human soul. It is the one theory that does not lay the blame of all our weakness upon somebody else, which is a common human fallacy.

We do not look at our own faults; the eyes do not see themselves, they see the eyes of everybody else. We human beings are very slow to recognise our own weakness, our own faults, so long as we can lay the blame upon somebody else. Men in general lay all the blame of life on their fellow-men, or, failing that, on God, or they conjure up a ghost, and say it is fate. Where is fate, and who is fate? We reap what we sow. We are the makers of our own fate. None else has the blame, none has the praise. The wind is blowing; those vessels whose sails are unfurled catch it, and go forward on their way, but those which have their sails furled do not catch the wind. Is that the fault of the wind? Is it the fault of the merciful Father, whose wind of mercy is blowing without ceasing, day and night, whose mercy knows no decay, is it His fault that some of us are happy and some unhappy?

We make our own destiny. His sun shines for the weak as well as for the strong. His wind blows for saint and sinner alike. He is the Lord of all, the Father of all, merciful, and impartial. Do you mean to say that He, the Lord of creation, looks upon the petty things of our life in the same light as we do? What a degenerate idea of God that would be! We are like little puppies, making life-and-death struggles here, and foolishly thinking that even God Himself will take it as seriously as we do. He knows what the puppies' play means.

Our attempts to lay the blame on Him, making Him the punisher, and the rewarder, are only foolish. He neither punishes, nor rewards any. His infinite mercy is open to every one, at all times, in all places, under all conditions, unfailing, unswerving. Upon us depends how we use it. Upon us depends how we utilise it. Blame neither man, nor God, nor anyone in the world. When you find yourselves suffering, blame yourselves, and try to do better. This is the only solution of the problem. Those that blame others — and, alas! the number of them is increasing every day — are generally miserable with helpless brains; they have brought themselves to that pass through their own mistakes and blame others, but this does not alter their position. It does not serve them in any way. This attempt to throw the blame upon others only weakens them the more. Therefore, blame none for your own faults, stand upon your own feet, and take the whole responsibility upon yourselves. Say, "This misery that I am suffering is of my own doing, and that very thing proves that it will have to be undone by me alone." That which I created, I can demolish; that which is created by some one else I shall never be able to destroy. Therefore, stand up, be bold, be strong. Take the whole responsibility on your own shoulders, and know that you are the creator of your own destiny.

All the strength and succour you want is within yourselves. Therefore, make your own future. "Let the dead past bury its dead." The infinite future is before you, and you must always remember that each word, thought, and deed, lays up a store for you and that as the bad thoughts and bad works are ready to spring upon you like tigers, so also there is the inspiring hope that the good thoughts and good deeds are ready with the power of a hundred thousand angels to defend you always and for ever.”

les visible at pocketnet


Love To Push Those Buttons said...

This whole post resonates with me 110%! A definite NOSTRILS UP!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ray B. said...

Thanks for the inspiring blog, Vis. Appreciated.

My recall of past lives has been mostly 'triggered' by venturing to the site where the life happened. Three examples:

(For the record, it is impossible with Down Here consciousness to distinguish between true past lives, ghostly 'possession' by someone who was there, and psychic 'reading' of an individual who knew that person/place.)

Decades back, when I was traveling around Italy with a group, we were approaching Pompeii. In the bus, I got increasingly 'frantic' about what had happened to "my" House. After the bus stopped, I ran (literally) straight through the historical Pompeii site and out the other side. Just beyond the city proper was a large house, and I ran into it. It was "mine". I was glad it survived, and I relaxed. (I had lived and died before the eruption.)

Another time, I had traveled to Machu Picchu in Peru. As we approached the city, I got all excited. I said to a co-traveler, "They don't know what they have here. This is the place of the Priest-Kings!" Some part of me knew what every building and plaza was used for. The overall purpose of the place was to train folks with different psychic abilities - kind of a 'university' of psychic studies. (They knew the Spanish were coming near MP, but chose to disband rather than using their abilities to fight them.)

A third example was around the Siege of Masada in Israel. We were touristing around Israel. When I learned in a lecture that we might be visiting the site, I got an internal "Oh, No!" So, I asked inside for details. I got a clear picture of being at the close of the Siege of Masada - but as a Roman captain-equivalent! We had completed the ramp, and were at the gate. What was most unusual was the emotional content. This was not a typical siege; the troops were really pissed. This was Personal!

I did not understand this intense emotion, so later I read-up on the history of the rebellion. It turned out that the initial rebellion in Jerusalem had succeeded, and the Roman occupation troops were driven back to their fortress. When the Roman garrison saw their situation was hopeless, they tried to surrender. However, the zealots slaughtered them to the last man. Thousands. That was why the later Roman troops at Masada were angry. They were avenging the slaughter of their fellow troops. (It also explains why the zealot leaders at Masada chose to kill their own people. There would have been no mercy from the Roman troops.)

If/when you are recalling your own past lives, take note of the little, personal details. Familiarity with a place. Emotional content. How similar or different your 'sense of self' appears. Enjoy. We are much more than just one-lifetime bags of meat...

Best Wishes,
Ray B.

Anonymous said...

Hello broscy, when is your next podcast? Why not just read this stuff in podcast instead of type it out?

robert said...

Dear Visible One,

Without reference, I recall that somewhere in the rejected scriptures, perhaps the Dead Sea Scrolls? it was clear that Christ Yeshua taught and made reference to reincarnation, but the corrupt whoe of the roman church saw that that knowledge would limit their enslavement possibilities!

"they hate the concept of positive thinking and the idea that there might be more to life than they are aware of."

Yes, the responsibility to learn, to grow beyond current limited programming is what stings the slumbering mind.

The primary mind trap for the literalists with self-limited imagination?
When the Christ Yeshua stood up and let God speak through Him, saying "I AM the Way, the Truth and the Light...", the book smart idiots only understand this from their personality, their limited imagination and take ONLY THE LITERAL meaning, as if a transcendent Being was merely the ultimate egotist!

That He spoke these words with absolute certainty and authority is proof enough that the meaning went deeper than his temporal temple!

Perhaps it is the part where He was QUOTED as saying "the only way to the Father is through Me" when ME was the Higher self or Perfect Creation speaking, not the personality of the living temple speaking!

If people want to stay self-deceived, which is to really be deceived by the dark side players, then misinterpret they will, at will.

The joy which comes through your words in posts like the last two in particular, raises our hearts from their quiet desperation, holding on for the Son to break out within our own inner worlds!

Thank you, transparent brother!

Visible said...

I had that very thought of reading the posts into the podcasts today. Various new ventures are soon to appear, including more videos. Sometimes life intrudes to the extent that I am limited in my efforts.

Anonymous said...


thank you mr visible,

Thomas said...

Wait, what?! It's not you that came up with the idea of reincarnation?! ... ;)

They would be better off arguing with the sea and the sky, methinks...

Anonymous said...

Many years ago, maybe 20 or so, there was an extreme blizzard where I live in northern plains of Canada. The wind was causing snow drifts several feet deep in minutes. I think we were trying to get a car through and just couldn’t keep up with the shoveling of snow. Being somewhat exhausted and just giving up our efforts seeing we couldn’t possibly win in the situation , for some strange reason I blurted out:
‘You know what we did on Mars? We had tunnels where you could just drive through and the snow would just blow over top.’ I thought for a second and remembered an image of a half round tunnel made of some kind of plastic with hoops holding it in place and you could just go right through unaffected by the wind and snow. Right then I thought to myself, why did I say ‘what we did on Mars’? It was very strange. After that I often wondered if I had lived on Mars before this life. Well that’s my story. Somehow I don’t think we were humans on Mars, a different type of creature perhaps.
I often wonder why I’m ok with winter and live where I do, conditioning from previous experiences perhaps.
Best wishes.

Le Rocher said...

Ah - The Bandwidth of a compromised Democracy [ which we are NOT ]
It Ain't gonna make a spit worth of difference what anyone says about anything, 49% of the Sheeple are going to hate you.

Whether an indoctrination, an opinion or revelation a gift is a gift. Something to be cherished as a part from the giver. You gift us with your knowledgeable experiences put into pros - Sometimes we respond with a comment of GIFTS praising the works. A given and win, win. Although you can't be bothered with the worldly reasons, there was and is a REASON why it is said that Jesus was sent into the depths - About the time on the cross - one needs to see the glass at Rennes-le-Château, clearly depicts the full moon in the background of the crucifixion. There are things UNSEEN as well as HIDDEN and UNKNOWN because these things would destroy the narrative however, never taking one grain of truth from whom He represented.

We gift your honor by reading, commenting and understanding more than we did before the disclosures, sometimes, checking the comments of your own places may enlighten you too, as does a reflection.

We can also have been resurrected, by no means of or own.

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