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Angels and EvolutionThe Soul

The Soul is the closest dense vehicle that the spirit has, this is composed by different energies, that’s why it’s dense, because it’s not only pure light. Its body is the well known Chakras: Base, Sacral, Plexus, Heart, Throat, Third Eye and Crown. These are the energetic glands that allow the spirit to connect with the maximum density: Matter. Each chakra corresponds with each gland of the physical body. The Soul is created in the cells of what we know as God, and they are etheric accumulations which are capable of vibrating with the level of matter. This allows the pure light to go into the matter and to evolve.

All this evolution process makes the individual spirit, no matter how much it belongs to the totality, evolve and understand all the existence in the Being which we call God to be able to be another God. And this is possible through experience, the experience of living what exists in the Universe in all its aspects, in each of its dimensions. In this moment we are going through the third dimension, so we are integrating the experience of living in third dimension. We have this experience thanks to the organization that has been created in the Universe which is through matter and the decomposition of matter. The deterioration of the matter is what allows the experience in the Universe. And we call this deterioration TIME. TIME is an essence that exists to deteriorate the matter, so it only exists in the physical world. This experience can last for years or millenniums, depending on what each soul and spirit needs to learn as a whole. 

Humans Evolution and Angels

There are various steps to become what we are today.
There are different types of incarnations, we know the human one best. But actually the different incarnations begin in the energetic levels. First a spirit has to practice the energy and incarnate in what’s known as a Soul. First adapting itself to the features of a soul, and to learn and manipulate what a Soul Being is. After that it starts to practice the incarnations in the molecule and gas level.
As spirits we ust first practice the least dense to incarnate, and this is the adaption to a soul. The densification of things allows us to understand the fluidity of the physical things inside the dense worlds. The maximum density allows us to know how to matter feels and to recognize our limits in the physical world. Plants allow us to understand the channeling of divine light and anchorage into the earth. Being animals allows us to learn the movement and control of our body, decision making, instinct, interaction with the rest of beings and communication. Being rational animals allows us to practice spirituality, meditation through recreational actions, culture and the sense of family.
For a human being it’s th moment to learn, through approximately 70 lives, the unification between Earth and Sky. Taking into consideration all of what we have learned before.
This is the last physical level, together with the extraterrestrial.
In this level the evolution changes, here they work in service of the physical worlds. Using their experience to guide who is going through physical density.
After the 7th dimension starts another evolution which is more etherical, this means that the Beings who already went through the physical levels start to incarnate in etheric levels because they were able to illuminate their matter and ascend through matter. When one ascends through matter, a new evolution process begins because his body has already become light, now their process is to help who is lower down, to say it somehow, and to make them understand the process of illumination of matter like the ones we know as Jesus, Buda, Mahoma and many others that were born and are not so well known in our society. But their evolution continues going up, until they reach the 15th dimension where they incorporate all that essence in the different dimensions to understand the integration of that essence.

Livia

Will the EL Zeus, Athena and Apollo return? Some people do believe so… I am not saying that someone should always dismiss everything just because it is not the common held belief at the time. There have been many things formerly unknown and taken as mythology which have been proven real or wrong.

People back in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s believed that the human body could not withstand speeds of more than 55 miles per hour. Is that true? Of course not! People used to think that all the placed mentioned in the Illyiad and the Odyssey were nothing but mythology. Do we know better today? Yes because we have found Troy, Mycenae, and several other cities. There are many examples that can be given as well.
I also have to mention the fact that I do not believe everything of such theories but I do support some aspects of them. And in fact… all mythologies have aspects of truth in them!
I would like to write a little about the place from my ex past life, namely Macedonia. The main difference between Macedonia and the city-states of the south was that it was ruled by a king and powerful nobility. To the Athenians, a monarchy, kingdom or to be ruled by a king was something of the past and something that the people of Athens had not seen for many centuries. Demosthenes now reffering to King Philip as a “barbarian”, in no way does Demosthenes mean Philip is not Greek by blood because Demosthenes himself was not Greek 100% by blood. Never does Demosthenes challenge in any way the Greekness of Philip`s nor the purity of his blood running through his veins in “any” of his speaches.
Demosthenes was an Athenian patriot and believed in the glory of Athens,the “Democratic” city-state and the Delian league with Athens being Hegemon and leaders of the alliance.
Of course not all Athenians were anti-Macedonian at that time . The true enemy of all Greeks which was King Darius and the Persian empire in an act of revenge for the burning of the Acropolis and the city of Athens and all wrongs done in the past to all of Greece and the Greek world. Alexandros carried out the revenge and ended the war with the burning of Persepolis, a symbol that put an end to the Persian empire and to the war against Persia. Alexander the Great dreamed for glory and he achieved this. Alexander just like all other Greek boys of that time, grew up believing in the myths. Alexander claimed descent through Achilles from his mother side and through Heracles from his father side. You can`t get anymore Greek than that dude. He crossed with his men all the way to Afghanistan all the way into the Hindu Kush surpassing not only Heracles but all the gods. He and the Macedonians spread Hellenism (Greek culture) and founded many Greek cities (ex:Alexandria,Egypt) from Mt Olympus all the way to India.

Going back to the topic in hand, the Macedonian Kingdom emerged around 650 bc and the throne was held by the Argead family,which claimed an origin in Argos.This claim to Greek ancestry was apparently recognised when the future Alexander I wished to compete in the Olympic games (506 bc). Later Macedonians also competed in the games. The earliest centres of powers were around Aigai, with it`s royal royal burial ground in Vergina.

What people thought about the gods more than two thousand years ago, thus at a time when belief in them had not yet died out, is worthy of notice. Cicero (106-43 B.C.), one of the most important orators and writers
of ancient Rome, left behind an almost completely preserved work: On the Nature of the Gods (Oxford World’s Classics), in which representatives of Greek schools of philosophy speak about the gods in the
form of a dialogue. A few sentences are given here:
“. . . there are also other philosophers, important and famous ones
at that, who hold it true that the entire world is kept in order and ruled
by divine insight and reason. At the same time – so they believe – the
gods also look after the life of men in a counseling and helping way. In
their opinion fruits and other products of the soil, changes in the
weather, the seasons and the firmament, through which everything the
earth produces is made to grow and ripen, are gifts of the immortal
gods for mankind. –
“. . . Since this belief in gods has not arisen through teaching, old
custom or law, and since the universal agreement of all is firmly established,
there must also necessarily be the firm conviction that there are
gods, because we have an implanted, or rather inborn, conception of
them. Everything that harmonizes with the natural ability of all men
will of course also be true. Hence the existence of the gods must be
admitted. As this point is almost invariably given unlimited recognition,
not only by all philosophers but also by the uneducated, we must
certainly admit that there is in us the pre-comprehension of the gods,
as I have called it before; or should I call it pre-knowledge? –
Thus the often reviled and denied “gods and goddesses” are actually
men’s best helpers. Their radiations also awaken, further, and
strengthen the virtues, which man urgently needs in order again to be
worthy of true humanity. –
Above all virtues is the virtue of Divine Purity, which manifests in
the human spiritual as true faithfulness. Only in Its ray can the other
virtues unfold.

“You earthmen are in this Creation to find supreme happiness! In the Living Language which God speaks to you! And to understand this Language, to learn it, and to sense inwardly the Will of God in it, that is your goal during your journey through Creation. In Creation itself, to which you belong, lies the explanation of the
purpose of your existence, and at the same time also the recognition of your goal during your journey through Creation! In no other way can you find either.”
“This demands of you that you live Creation. But you are only able to live or experience it when you really know it.”

Livia

Angel Soul CreatorsSeeking for the Truth of Creation
Maybe all of us are seeking for the truth of creation, the truth about humanity, we may often ask ourselves who we are, and what is our purpose in this life? Is this life a game? Why do we live on this earth… just for going to work and earning money, having a family… and then we die… Why can’t we live in peace with each other, why do we let ourselves guided by money? There are many people who are living the entire lifetime placing money on the first place… and being even happy about… Is this how life should be lived…? What is the real meaning of this life, of us and perhaps who tells this, who are our creators and where are they…? The human birth brings also the human death, which are the beginning and the end of earthly life,
and no human being who has within him even a faint longing for the Truth can disregard the two important questions: how does life enter the physical body, and what becomes of it after death?

Actually the true virtues must come from “God” (if we have choosed to name him so….)
They are most noble gifts with which the Creator invested the human spirit. Hence the virtues are
eternal and do not change. They belong to the abilities of the spirit which are the “talent” entrusted to it and with which it is to “make the most of”. That is to say, the spirit is to make use of its abilities so that they will bring blessing (interest).

But man was not immediately equipped with ready-made virtues; he himself must see to it that they awaken and blossom. For this purpose he again needs corresponding radiations from the Universe, which help him to do so. The starting-points of these radiations are to be found in the highest heights of the Primordial Spiritual Realm. They are female and male ideal figures, prototypes for all humanity, each of whom personifies one virtue. They send their radiations to the parts of Creation that lie below them, where they are received by many mediators and passed on all the way down to Subsequent Creation, which is described as the World, and which consists of various kinds of matter. Our earth is also a part of this. For every virtue, for all noble qualities, indeed for absolutely everything that moves a human being inwardly, if only it is pure, these “radiating helps” give stimulus, animation, and strengthening, whether they are, for example: faithfulness, truthfulness, grace, modesty, diligence, heroism, courage, skill, fulfillment of duty, wisdom, humility, or compassion.
The ancient peoples knew the mediators, who come last in the luminous chain of helpers from above, because they were still able to see them with their inner eyes. They called them “gods and goddesses,” because they appeared to them as mighty personalities, superior to themselves in strength and vigor.

The “gods and goddesses” are still there even today, although men have banished them to the realm of the unreal, the legendary. They are, of course, not “gods,” but servants of the Most High, personalities, who in noblest perfection, immortal, young and eternally beautiful, live at the summit of Olympus (Valhalla) that lies below the human Paradise.

From thence they work in manifold ways downwards to the material Subsequent Creation, controlling and guiding the forces and elements active in Nature, and thereby having a connecting, driving, and forming influence. These servants of the Most High, and with them many others besides, stand steadfast in the Laws of Creation, knowing only one task: fulfillment of the Will of God. That rules out the arbitrary actions imputed to them by men. According to their language, the ancient peoples gave them different names.

Thus the Zeus of the Greeks is identical with the Jupiter of the Romans and the Odin (Woden or Wotan) of the ancient Germanic peoples. Gradually belief in the gods was lost, because the connection with them was disrupted through the ever more prominent materialistic intellectual thinking. The exalted figures faded, and in the course of time they were humanized and pushed aside by images produced by human fantasy. The “pagan” belief in gods is really nothing other than an intermediate stage in the natural evolution of mankind to the highest stage of the recognition of God. In the struggle for religious recognition, the
peoples of olden times had reached this stage, which corresponded to a genuine inner desire for higher development. It brought the highest recognition for the evolution of that time. The often enforced abolition of this belief in gods, which occurred in the course of Christian conversions, was a great mistake, costing much bloodshed and suffering. Moreover, it gave proof of ignorance about the Divine Laws of Evolution. In the earthly school, which is nothing other than a coarse imitation of the great school of life, the intermediate grades are not suddenly offered the knowledge of the highest grades either, nor is the hitherto-acquired knowledge put aside as useless. For one step must be built on another, not a single one can be missed; otherwise empty faith without inner conviction will result.
Among the various myths and legends that have been handed down, it is not easy to discover the essence of the true working of the gods in Creation, especially in regard to the human spirit, because the many human additions, amplifications, and embellishments hardly allow the essential factor to be discerned. Hence the following portrayals of some of the gods and goddesses are to be regarded only as approximate accounts.

Thus for example in Zeus (Jupiter), the father of the gods and ruler of the world, we find the ideal image of the kingly ruler, awe-inspiring and majestic, severe and just in the conduct of his high office. In him was seen the personification of the principle of unchangeable order and harmony. The wisdom of his counsel and the depth of his knowledge were held in special esteem.

In Hera (Juno), the female counterpart of Zeus, we recognize the ideal of faithfulness. The high nobility of exalted womanhood finds expression in her. To the female sex in particular she is a faithful and motherly protector. She was revered as the guardian of marriage and protector of women in childbirth, who instilled respect for motherhood in human beings.

Pallas Athene (Minerva) is portrayed as a valiant goddess, with helmet, shield and spear. Her working is unflinching and unshakable, distinguished by sharp-eyed vigilance, reliability, and conscientiousness.
She defends, protects, and sustains the motherland, and as “goddess of war” she accompanies the army when it has to set out to defend the motherland.

Apollon (Apollo) is the victorious fighter against all that is impure and evil, against the powers of Darkness; the gift of prophecy is one of his characteristics. For their spiritual upward striving he is said to counsel men with: “Give thyself up.” In her chaste dignity, Artemis (Diana) shines as an example of purity and propriety. She takes part in enchanting dances with her nymphs in flowery meadows. Young girls especially revered her. Ares (Mars) mediates strength, courage and the joy of battle. The planet “Mars,” which is in his care, also has a stimulating and inspiring influence, corresponding to its similar nature. Through its radiating forces – as well as through the radiations of the other planets – metals, plants, and stones were formed on earth.

Aphrodite (Astarte, Venus) is the goddess of beauty and fertility. She was sacred to all peoples, who strove for the purity of woman. They also called her goddess of the moon, because its light resembled the light of her sphere. Her radiations dispense grace and loveliness. The myrtle as the symbol of pure love is dedicated to her. Also Venus, her planet, swings in purity and beauty. In its radiations, colors and tones of wondrous beauty are formed in the Sphere of Matter.

Hermes (Mercury), the swift messenger of the gods, delivers the commands and instructions of Zeus. He escorts, protects, and negotiates.
The skill with which he carries out his instructions and his humility in serving are examples of true virtues. In his physical and spiritual skill he was portrayed as a living example to the youth of Greece.
Hestia (Vesta) was honored as tutelary goddess of home and family. The hearth fire is her symbol. The nature of this goddess is also pure and clear as the flame. Colonists, who left their native land to

found a new settlement, took with them fire from the altar of Vesta, on which burned an everlasting fire, as a symbol of the spiritual link between their homeland and the new colony. In accordance with the pure nature of this goddess, only chaste virgins were allowed to serve in her temple. What people thought about the gods more than two thousand years ago, thus at a time when belief in them had not yet died out, is worthy of notice.

[to be continued]
Source: http://grailforum.com/

Livia