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This post is a wonderful gift from Jeshua, in which he shares some insight into the context and purpose of his life on Earth, and the most important idea which he seeded, which is now coming to fruition for so many.

(Note: my words are in parentheses.)

 

Dec. 14:  This is Jeshua.  I am pleased to speak with you today.  Whatever you wish can be a topic for conversation.

(Dead Sea Scrolls?)

These were discovered to be writing of an ancient people living in a remote area near Qumran.  They were part of the library of the Essenes that was dispersed and hidden for safe-keeping to preserve the very ancient texts that were studied in the schools and religious communities of the Essenes in preparation for the great opening to the higher realms which occurred in my lifetime on Earth.   The Essenes were place-keepers, and vibration stewards, holding, to as high a degree of purity as possible, the universal truths which have been brought to you over and over through the ages.

 

The Essenes were able to maintain through many generations a line of understanding with much integrity, with minimal distortion, and so were a perfect chalice – so to speak- for the living ambassador of Truth to manifest within.  We all worked together to bring this forth, but it required a focal point, one who would embody and bring into physicality the greater vibration of Truth, the essence of creation, the purest expression of the love the Father has for all of us, and within the context of the reverence of the Mother as the life-giver – both human and planetary mothers.

 

In those times, the connection with the Mother was more intact, a natural heritage from the Goddess centered religions, and women taught their children the reverence for all aspects of  Earthly expression, the plant kingdom, the creatures, the cycles of moon and sun and stars, the planting and nurturing and harvest; thus they participated in the creation in a joyful and thankful way, as you see still maintained by indigenous peoples all over the world.

 

So you see, the people of that time were in much greater need of re-connection to the Father, to the source of life, truth, love from the energetic, universal unseen perspective, which was considered very esoteric and obscure.  The culture was a simple needs-based culture, rather than philosophical or considering of the creation of ideas, or creation with the power of thought.  This was a great marvel to those we shared with.

 

(What was the most important IDEA of your teaching?)

The kingdom of God is within, that all awareness of universal truth is to be found within each one of us – and not on the pages of a book.  This was and still is very radical.  And for this I was condemned.  Many were fearful then and are so today at the idea of such a concept of being hard-wired to God.  It means we each carry Truth within, we each bear the likeness of the Father – oh, now I must cease my competition, I must set down my stick of domination, I must even actually come to trust my neighbor, my enemy and embrace them as divine brothers and sisters.

 

Of course, then as now, many are not aware of their essential nature, so do not display or exemplify their inborn status as children of God, as source from Source.  So we encourage and plant seeds, we are patient and gentle, providing all manner of reverence for each other, to allow the environment for the seed of truth to grown into full realization.

 

Then one is able to step into conscious brotherhood, conscious co-creation as children of the Creator, within the physical matrix – the bringer of miracles through the power of thought, the mechanism of clear choice.

So it is to trust before each have fully reached trust-worthiness, so as to create the nurturing psychological/emotional environment for that awareness to blossom.

 

Is this enough for now?  (Yes, thank you. All love to you.)

My greatest blessings always.

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