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On the evolution of human, planetary consciousness and the Great work II - The later Lunar age

Updated: Jan 8

Reptilians and insectoids were the first beings to reach physical expression on Earth through the animal kingdom. These vessels were used to express the cosmic forces of darkness and light. The fish served as the reconciler of these forces, existing as both "this" and "that," while the flora remained neutral and inactive towards both. The lunar age set the foundation for future magicians to reconcile these opposing forces within themselves by following the lessons of the fish. This could be achieved through a state of deep trance or the absence of the senses, also known as Samadhi or the Duat. The realms of Hod and Netzach represent the veil of Maya, the first illusion of duality. The fish is the path to realizing and awakening to harmony within diversity. However, this process is still in its early stages, as the Sefirah of Tiferet and the higher reaches of the astral plane have yet to be formed.

It is important to note that while the ultimate goal of Tibetan Buddhists is to merge the mind with boundless light, the fusion of the mind with cosmic darkness in Chan Buddhism is considered significant. The first path is primarily associated with insectoids, while the latter is associated with reptilians. Neither reptilians nor insectoids were meant to be the dominant expression of the planetary dream or the core of human spiritual evolution. On the contrary, these races acted as planetary custodians and greatly aided human development, functioning as a spiritual exoskeleton. The real backbone of humanity's planetary spiritual evolution is the fish. The reptilian consciousness evolved through the semi-terrestrial Draconian races and founded the Mesopotamian empires, while the insectoid consciousness became through the semi-terrestrial Rishis, the founders of Hindu culture. These forms of mysticism are now largely obsolete, except for those seeking ascension.

At the end of the First Age and the beginning of the Second Age, which was marked by the emergence of Amphibians, the vast ocean covering most of the planet receded, revealing the landmass. This marked a new era in the evolution of the earth and its consciousness, known as Tarra. The Amphibians, represented by the qualities of Hod and Netzach, provided Tarra with the ability to perceive its existence through sensations such as touch and smell. The development of Amphibians also led to the creation of the lower Astral plane and the establishment of the base of the Tiferet Sefirah in Tiferet. As a result of these changes, the planet entered the solar age, and another cosmic seed was opened. Finally, during the Third Age, a semi-planetary kingdom evolved alongside the reptilian-insectoid life on the planet. This kingdom, known as the Avians, existed in the higher astral plane and was home to highly evolved extraterrestrial Avian races, such as the Garudas. The Avians brought these races to the higher Astral region of the planet, where they became the third custodians of humanity and possibly the co-founders of the first Atlantis. The Avians also fought against the reptilian Nagas and became known as "higher beings" in human consciousness. Taoist China was influenced by all three of these kingdoms.

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