True Wisdom, the Divine Plan
Published April 8, 2012 All Articles 2012 , Divine Plan , The Veil 7 Comments
Tags: 2012, Ascension, Divine Plan, Fall of Man, Great Flood, Paradise Lost, Reincarnation
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After the Fall of Man, we decided at the soul level that, when we incarnate into this world, we will forget our Divinity and the knowledge of everything in the Universe. It takes true wisdom to use knowledge. And that is something we can only attain through experience.
So we allowed a ‘veil of secrecy’ to be placed over ourselves in the form of a gap between the halves of our brains. The Time Matrix was added as an external framework, in order to reduce the speed at which our undisciplined thoughts become reality under the Law of Mind. It was better to live with the limitations of the third dimension than to risk misusing our Divine powers of intention within it.
Then we descended into dense matter, which lowered our consciousness. This descension electro-magnetically obliterated the memories of who we truly are. This was our paradise… lost.
I tell you the truth, until Heaven and Earth disappear, not the smallest letter, not the least stroke of a pen, will by any means disappear from the Law until everything is accomplished. Matthew 5:18
And so, for 13,000 years, Earth has been under quarantine. It was designated as the site of a great test. It was assigned the difficult task of integrating the polarities of Light and the Darkness – of the Evil and the Good. Those of us who made the ‘choice’ to continue playing the Earth Game, in order to re-evolve humanity, readily fell under the seven universal laws of nature and submitted ourselves to being played as pawns in the final round. And where there is pleasure, there is also pain.
Though by this time you ought to be Teachers, you need someone to teach you the elementary truths of God’s Word all over again. Hebrews 5:11-12
But this Divine plan was necessary to the development of mankind. It gave Man the opportunity to evolve in consciousness so he would be ready to ascend with the Earth at the end of all the grand cycles of Time, and then rebuild the Eden he once knew and loved.
In German folk art, a little carving of a house is hung on a wall in order to predict the weather. It’s called a ‘weatherhouse.’
Two doorways stand side-by-side at the front of the weatherhouse. Between the doorways hangs a bar that is suspended from the ceiling of the house by a piece of hair. The hair automatically shrinks and expands depending on the condition of the air.
On each of the two ends of the bar stand either a child, an adult, or even a wicked witch. These two personalities can always be seen standing just inside the two doorways of the little weatherhouse. But, every day, the condition of the air determines which personality will appear – the child, the adult or the wicked witch. Whenever the weather is sunny and dry, the hair that holds the bar shrinks, pulling the bar in such a way that the person who stands in the doorway on the left is pulled out of that doorway and into the little yard. Whenever it’s going to rain, the other person swings out of the doorway on the right.
This duality of two carved little people represents the illusion of your imperfect selves who live in a little wall carving. Your perfect angelic self has been controlling the conditions of the air, by placing different filters in front of the doorways every day of your life. Each filter is a different color – a different frequency. The combination of many, many different filters is what creates the illusion. As you awaken, your angelic self begins to remove those filters. The fewer the number of filters, the more the illusion dissolves.
As part of this Divine plan, one of the major shifts we must now make is to move out from under the seven laws of nature and begin, instead, to fulfill them. And, within the Earth Game, we automatically change our personal reality by changing our beliefs about it. It’s all a function of consciousness.
The mind is its own place, and in itself can make a Heaven of Hell or a Hell of Heaven. John Milton