Soul ages, evolution & spacefaring, part two

That previous post was somewhat disjointed, I know – for which I apologise. It was really a collection of thoughts which simply popped into my head. I will try to make this one more accessible and comprehensible.

Let’s start with the soul. What is it, in other words.

Please bear in mind here that even the word ‘soul’ is insufficient. I use it because it’s a term most people are familiar with. I hear that the Scientologists call it a ‘Thetan’ – well, if they want to give it that name that’s fine by me. I hardly know anything about Scientology, by the way (I’m not one, in case you were wondering). I’m aware they believe that the soul, or ‘Thetan’ is an evolving, reincarnating, lifeform which learns and grows through its incarnations, which can flit backwards and forwards through time and across parallel worlds and into different (some extra-terrestrial) lifeforms etc. – all of which is absolutely true – but that’s about the limit of my knowledge about them.

I’m going to stick with the word ‘soul’ though.

So, it helps if one thinks of the soul as essentially a collection, or aggregate, of particles/waves (or, in quantum physics terms, a ‘wave packet’), existing above the speed of light, and therefore not subject to (affected by) the so-called laws of classical physics which operate at and below the velocity of light. In this sense it could be seen as a collection of ‘waves’ which do not collapse into particles, and therefore cannot be ‘dis-integrated’. This, I hope you’ll gather, is an extremely reassuring thought!

As an amusing digression (I’ll try and keep these to a minimum, but I had to include this one), I was at a philosophy lecture some years back (at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, Britannia – the philosophy department there is infested with acolytes of Wittgenstein, who, with his analytical philosophy, did as much damage to philosophy as that self-promoting, plagiarist, mass-murdering charlatan Einstein did to physics), which was all about the so-called ‘immortality of the soul’. I offered something along the lines of the above explanation, to which the unfortunate, hapless lecturer replied, “I think bringing quantum physics into it is a bit below the belt!”. Well, not much you can say to that is there? Several members of the audience did tell me afterwards how that made them smile, though, so that pleased me no end.

Likewise, the most reassuring thought/insight of all is that what people call ‘evil’ – which is a ‘dis-integrating’ force, cannot exist at velocities/frequencies above the speed of light. Lightspeed is essentially a ‘ring-pass-not’ for the ‘repulsive’ force (which acts in an opposite direction to the ‘attractive’ force, which drives the time-acceleration, forward motion of all things ‘back’ towards the ‘one’ or ‘centre-point’ or ‘singularity’ or ‘God’ – or whatever you wish to call ‘it’.

The singularity can be thought of as existing at infinite velocity – it contains within itself every possible manifestation of itself – meaning, every possible position of the one particle. As you slow down, you will be able to see the illusion of duality (or multiplicity), which is the one in two or more different positions – and likewise, the manifestation of the connection between those manifestations, i.e. the fundamental forces of physics, for example. Gravity being one such. Quantum entanglement being another.

All the component parts of the soul, in other words, are quantum entangled with each by virtue of the fact that they are essentially the same particle – all manifestations of the one (God). The separation is an illusion generated by a perspective existing below infinite velocity.

So, the God-One ‘slows’ itself down, thus creating a multiplicity of manifestations of itself. It splits into ‘fragments’ of its ultimate, singular essence.

One such fragment is what we can call ‘the soul’.

So now we can trace the evolution of that fragment. Starting from being for example one single particle – a neutrino, for example – then ‘accreting’ as it accelerates and experiences and – evolves. Its elastic ‘string’ starting at the One, outwards, and into inner/linear time, then back again, like the snake eating its own tail (a nice helpful visual representation). It is the force of time itself which allows this to happen.

It can help with visualisation here to think of this evolution simply in terms of ‘getting bigger’. That’s to say the lattice-work of intersecting waves (visualise a double-helix if you like) becomes ever more complex. The interactions or connections within this lattice-work eventually providing self-awareness, as a thing which can see itself.

At this point, such a soul is ready for ‘incarnation’. We shall call this fledgling lifeform an ‘immature’ soul, or embryo, even, if you will. This soul does not need to incarnate into physical lifeforms which are aware that they are aware (the old “I think therefore I am” adage) – because this is not necessary at this stage of the evolutionary pathway. Such a soul might, for example, begin within a single-celled lifeform, and then progress through ever more complex multicellular life, then into complex lifeforms with different constituent parts (the so-called ‘characteristics of living things’), like digestion, reproduction, sensory reception of stimuli leading to action and reaction, and so on.

Then, after sufficient lifetimes have occurred, this soul is ready to incarnate into a creature which has the cerebral capacity to be aware of its own awareness, and to ‘self-reflect’. This, clearly, accelerates the evolutionary progress and process. Such a soul, or lifeform, has the cerebral capacity to comprehend the concept ‘I think therefore I am’.

This stage, we shall call the ‘young’ soul. These young souls – so long as they are in a safe environment, without fear – will be able to delight in the multiplicity of experiences available to it within inner (linear) time, the material (at and below lightspeed) universe. They know they exist, so they do not need to fear. The lifeform in which they inhabit may not, intellectually, be aware of their soul, or their soul’s immortality, but at this stage the soul does – this is perhaps the most important self-realisation, or step, on the soul’s evolutionary pathway.

These souls do not need to understand, just yet, just experience. And these are abundant in the spacefaring age. They are the adventurous, pioneering, risk-taking and courageous types (very prominent in America, as it happens). But they can also show great loyalty and self-sacrifice. Your Captain Kirk is a classic example of such a young soul. And as you have gathered, he was anything but stupid. Young souls should not be associated with stupidity.

Fears can still remain – such as ‘am I really immortal? Are there evil forces in the universe which could annihilate or dis-integrate me?’. The so-called death syndrome. Part of the soul’s journey at this point is one of discovering the answer to this question. But with more experience, in particular the conscious experience of the death of the molecular body, followed by resurrection in a new one, effectively provides epistemological evidence to the soul of its own immortality. At that point, fear no longer exists. The next stage, then, is to transmit this awareness to the conscious mind of the lifeform in which it is inhabiting. Once that happens, the soul becomes ‘medium-aged’.

Medium-aged souls, then, have self-awareness of their own nature, but not necessarily the ‘intellectual’ – that’s to say ‘descriptive’ – awareness of ‘what’ they really are, or how the universe works, or what the nature of the interrelations between other souls is, between itself and others, of soul-families (group souls), and, indeed, the true nature of outer time.

So the journey of the medium-aged soul is, quite simply, one of discovering the answers to those higher-level questions.

Once that’s done, they become an ‘older’ soul. Their journey is ‘away’ from inner time. They no longer need to journey within inner time in order to answer the questions they still have. They will start to venture into outer time (above lightspeed), and back again. They will draw down energies from outer time which, effectively, can provide them with what some people might call ‘psychic’ abilities. This, of course, requires some discipline, for reasons which should be obvious. Some – mentioning no names, Mister very dark magician, become seduced by such apparent power, and, well, you’ve seen Star Wars, you know what happened to Anakin Skywalker so you don’t need me to explain the consequences of this.

Fortunately, however, souls should be aware that the force of time energy is – by logical definition – stronger than the force of anti-time. The delusion of these dark types is that it is, indeed, anti-time – but it’s not – the forward motion of time is immutable – dragging a soul downwards into inner time is still a ‘movement’, a ‘progression’ from somewhere, to somewhere else. Furthermore, if I remember this correctly from my schooldays, the force of time is proportionate to its velocity/frequency, and its repulsive force against the decelerating ‘anti-attractive’ force is inversely proportional to the distance from it – think of like magnetic poles – the closer you push those two magnets together, the stronger the force pushing them away. It’s the same for good and evil – the closer evil gets to good, the stronger the repulsive force of good.

There is no darkness so great that a single candle flame cannot chase away.

So don’t worry about that. The soul, which exists above lightspeed, by definition, in outer time, is immortal by virtue of its immunity to the force of anti-time, or deceleration. Even if it is ‘observing’ inner time, it is not really there, subject to the same laws of physics. Its ‘molecular body’ is, sure, but the soul isn’t. This, then, is another profound awareness/realisation step in the soul’s progress towards enlightenment.

So, how does spacefaring come into all this? The simple answer to this question can be understood by considering how long a soul needs to progress from one stage to the next. How much experience of the universe, and other cultures etc., does a young soul need before it becomes a medium-age soul, and how long does a medium-age soul need to develop a full, intellectual understanding of the nature of reality?

Well, obviously there are different answers to this question depending on the soul species (genotype, so to speak), or evolutionary pathway, but the answers all fall within a relatively narrow linear-time spectrum.

Take human beings. Human beings are approximately 300,000 years old as a specific species. Some might disagree with this considering that pre-homo sapiens learned to make and control fire many hundreds of thousands of years earlier, and probably had some dim but emerging awareness of itself, but for our purposes we are going to take the generally accepted definition of the emergence of what anthropologists call ‘anatomically modern humans’. Even this, however, is not entirely accurate, because the human brain as it is today (or was by the end of the ice age), has continued to evolve over those 300,000 years within their social environment. Nevertheless, clearly it has taken this hominid species approximately that long to reach the beginning of the spacefaring age. During that time, let us say they have, for the most part, been ‘young souls’.

And now, as this species ventures into space, and becomes aware of the existence of other intelligences and so on, many souls of ‘medium-age’ suddenly discover an environment in which their stage of evolution can prosper. But likewise too, young souls will have a much larger playground to explore. And for them, understanding is not vital, only experience is.

How long does this last? In my experience the natural lifespan of an intelligent, spacefaring species lasts within a broadly defined range of between 250,000 years, and 2.5 million years. This, I believe, in linear-time terms, is how long a soul might like to remain in linear time incarnations from ‘young soul’ age to ‘older soul’ age, and thence to enlightenment.

If you think about the size of the galaxy, and how long it might take you to explore that galaxy, this might begin to make mathematical sense to you. It all depends on how fast you can travel between the stars, how many systems there are, and how much time, in years, you need to explore, learn about, and understand that system. The galaxy, as you probably know, is some 200,000 lightyears by the long axis, and about 150,000 on the shorter axis. Multiply this by Pi and you end up with an approximate figure of something like 600,000 years to get all the way round (i.e. the circumference). But this, of course, is if you do not stop along the way!

Obviously, you don’t necessarily need to explore every star system, but this description does provide a useful, illustrative aid to comprehending the basic point I’m really making here.

And this understanding forms the basis, or background, to the undergraduate class known simply as ‘Psychohistory 101’.

By way of further explanation, one needs also to think of ‘soul families’ or ‘group essences’, of which various groups of the genus known as ‘humans’, are one such. Each fragment of that group essence, whilst oftentimes going their own way, fulfils an aspect of the learning/evolutionary process of the group essence. Thus, although one particular essence-fragment will not remain in continually recycled incarnations over a period lasting a few million years (given that there will be breaks in between, as it were), the period of linear time available to the group essence does require that amount of ‘time’, meaning ‘space in which to explore the multiplicity of things’ – if I can put it that way.

Sorry if I have lost you a bit on this one! I suspect I am very much delving into the realms of Psychohistory 201, perhaps.

Suffice to say the missing (mathematical) variable you need to take into account here is ‘natural lifespan of an individual of that species’. In the case of a human being let’s say that’s about 100 years. How many lifetimes of 100 years can you fit into a few million, and how many do you think you need? These are the kinds of questions we’re talking about here with regards to the spacefaring age.

On a final note, as I indicated previously, I am still a relative baby, or adolescent. By this I mean that it has occurred to me that there are further ‘soul ages’ one goes through in outer time, and with regards to that, non-physical, non-linear-time phase of existence I may as well be a young soul. But if it helps for reassurance, I am joyously happy about where I am. The idea of being somehow resentful or jealous of souls or (group-)essences older than I, or feeling patronised by them, seems utterly ridiculous to me. Just as does the idea of patronising those younger than I. I, after all, was just a young soul once (and not as long ago, in evolutionary terms, as you might think). In other words, I know my place.

On Nebthwt, we had a rather disciplined social structure – it shouldn’t be thought of in human terms, however, in the sense of a hierarchy, or a class-structure. Everyone’s place, or role, in our society was essentially governed by the point in time in their evolutionary spiral determined by their archetype, or essence, to which they resonated. And we were all aware of that, from a very young age. I was never, for example, of what you might call the ‘ruling class’ – I never wanted to be, to be honest. Why would I want to be something I am not? I will, I am sure, write in more detail about this in due course, but for now it suffices me to say that I should not be thought of as some kind of almighty divine being issuing ridiculous and ultimately pointless commandments as it were willy-nilly. People can either choose to listen or not, each according to their sensibilities. Far be it from me, or anyone, to interfere with another’s free will, their divine right to choose.

All I can say is how joyous and ecstatic I am to be somewhere near the beginning of my long journey through the mysteries of outer time. I still have much to learn, and that excites me, it gives me a reason and a purpose to continue existing. I am, quite simply, in love with existence itself.

And once the mess on this planet has been cleared up, as it shortly will be, humanity can also experience this joy in existence and discovery for themselves, albeit at a lower frequency – namely, the linear-time frequency – and that is the essence and purpose of the spacefaring phase of an intelligent lifeform’s evolution.

And this, as I also said before, is why it must not be done with fear. Our galactic sector – you’ll be pleased to hear – is relatively peaceful. Despite what you may have heard – I strongly suspect that any apparent nefarious extra-terrestrial association with the ‘secret American deep state’ is a just a clever little honey pot, or means of getting inside their secret programmes – thus, providing us with the means to monitor them completely. The idea that, despite our interventionist policy, humanity might find itself in the midst of some intergalactic conflict, strikes me as somewhat farcical and unbelievable. We wouldn’t let it develop that far, in other words (this strikes me also as an answer to the followers of a certain Mr. David Icke, by the way – namely he doesn’t seem to consider the existence of ‘good guy aliens’, let alone what in heaven’s name they have been doing to prevent these ‘bad guy aliens’ from enslaving an entire planet; besides, the first reptilian species we met, the Capellans, were wonderfully friendly and helpful, as I hope to tell you about at a later date).

Sorry, am in danger again of rambling. It is though very important to leave fear out of it. Fear is not compatible with spacefaring, or our galactic sector’s civilisation. Fear, especially for younger souls, creates violent and threatening reactions. A frightened hominid really is a person best avoided.

Yes, there will be challenges ahead, of course – but challenges which inspire growth and evolution. And I also have a sneaky foresight that humanity really will be facing their first great spacefaring challenge rather quickly. For those fans of ‘Star Trek’, just think of another little story we helped insert into your cultural consciousness not so long ago, entitled ‘Encounter at Farpoint’.

But always know, my dearest gracious things, that you should never be ashamed to ask for help and guidance, not least from us. Invoke our names! Invoke our names!

And finally, always know that unlike us, you will always have a planetary home to come back to. A home who loves you, and will welcome you back with loving arms, wherever you have been, and whatever you have done. For despite appearances sometimes, Gaia does love you.

But it will soon be time for you to love her back. And time for you to leave the nest, my dearest fledgling humans.

Time to evolve some wings, methinks.

Time to take your next steps into a larger world, in which no one is scared anymore.

I wish you joy.

All the joy this vast and awesome galaxy has to offer.

And then…?

Maybe I will see you again, my dearest, beautiful Gaian humans…

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