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Tuesday, 18 January 2011 17:09

 

Blessings ... because Blessed you are and let me speak ...

    When someone like me, studying the Human Evolution across the planets discover the origins of the Indian people, and see that at the beginning was like is to-day ... I cannot but comment with a prayer to still Help India.

    Krishna was there. Then the Buddha. To-day Sai Baba, several years ago, Gandhi and Mother-Theresa.

    India the fountain of Spirituality ... some blessed one comment that Asia have no more to do. I say, Thanks!

    I am using calm words because my intentions are to rise the Light and never I want to be offensive but to help, still with words ...

    Yes, and of course I like very much the Indian Movie Industry ... that offer us a view of how is India to-day.

     India has over 1 Billion of people and they are Great Minds, but

"the trouble of India is the need of Healing ..."

     They are not healed yet ... What we can do? ... Well, Heal ... and Heal means offer support ...

     I never visit India ... and when I will visit ... I will not visit alone ... there are very beautiful places.

     Master Kuthumi who was Pythagoras, Balthazar in the Magi and San Francis was also Shah Jahan, who built the Taj Mahal,

    Kuthumi was also the Kashmiri Braham who lived in Shigatse, Tibet ... and then was the last time before ascension. Then, he was called K.H, Koot Hoomi Lang Singh ... Kuthumi. And so also this Sirian Master bring comfort to India and his people.

    Let me resume for you the story about the origins of Indian People ...

    Time ago, Two Galaxies collide ... and this cause a Black Hole ... In this form Black Holes are caused.

    Their Solar System was called "Sogan" ...

     Some people get entrapped there, in the Black Hole ... and in all this time ... they still have not recovered from the drama of fear ... Neither to-day.

      The Nature Flood and Natural disaster ... every year ... are old like when they hold on Maldek ... And so, it is the fear and to feel not successful ... that Stop them ...

      India attain also his "Golden Era" ... when Tantra, Enlightenment and Kamasutra ... with your Twin Flame (no the woman of others) was introduced ...

      Most Great Jobs had made, but problems remain ... and of course like Masters show ... The India trouble is a problem of Spirituality ... not of Money, or Investment or implant New Industries ... but a problem of Healing.

     So, I can contrib ... modestly ...

     In my times ... when I return to Venezuela, I comment that "A Country must be measured by the lower, not the Higher", and so like for China, or South America, or Africa ... India must heal ... It is an internal process, not external.

     But, let Ra, the Sun, speaks ...

     This is a Part ... of the Whole who you can read from ... Part III - Colonization of Maldek

Thanks,

Giovanni A. Orlando.

Discovery and Invention-Years 2012 to 3200

When the travelers returned home, they told of their cordial but detached treatment and the lack of interest in travel by the blue people. They agreed there was no need to waste further exploration time in that direction, and thus focused on improving trade and travel conditions and broadening their cultural horizons. Forms of music and primitive art were beginning to be exchanged and blended and new sounds and designs were born of the intermixing. Evolution, in general, accelerated more and more as time went on. The raft evolved into a quasi-houseboat and then into a floating bridge of sorts. This latter invention worked well for the people until water levels rose and rapids increased, washing the bridge away. The next evolutionary step was a swinging bridge that could not be affected by water levels. A site was located where two banks of similar height existed about a mile and a half downstream from the original crossing location. Over 500 people showed up for the testing of this first swinging bridge. Everyone had to try it out, of course, and when, at the end of the day, it had held strong, they celebrated the brilliant new invention. Normal technological and cultural evolutionary growth continued for the next few centuries, until the end of the first 2600 years. By that time, most of the chromosomal defects had been cleared, or were well on the way to being cleared. The built-in timing mechanism in the DNA of the people and the Sun’s encoding were activated. At first, the people simply remembered their dreams in more detail, and realized that their dreams had significance. Then, as their seventh chakras and pineal glands were activated, the people began to be aware of energy and thoughts instead of simply taking them for granted. They began to see with more perceptual depth and an awareness of subtle color variances. Subtleties of flavors, sounds, smells, shapes, and colors gradually began to awaken in their senses. Cooking methods changed to suit their more sophisticated tastes. Art took on new meaning with a trend toward realism and an emphasis on creating three-dimensional impressions and likenesses. Those who specialized in portraits were especially revered, and more lifelike art, in general, received great praise. Solid bridge construction followed, at about 2700 years of colonization, and wheels became so smooth that ox-cart travel took half the time it had originally. The three colonies that traded and mixed with one another became more and more integrated, until almost half of the population of each colony was comprised of members who had originated in one of the other colonies or who were the offspring of mixed coupling.  

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Ornamental buildings and hieroglyphic writing developed over the next 100 years. In the following 200 years, the Maldekians created clay tablets, which were the first books, and later books were written on papyrus. Written language was simplified to sixty main characters with variations on the primary themes. Schools were begun in which the children learned history, art, written language, and basic life skills. Those who showed aptitude were taught instrument making, music, bridge building, healing with medicines, and other specialties.

Second Journey to Black Hole Colony-Year 3200

Only minor arguments and jealousies clouded the lives of the Maldekians for over 3200 years of civilization. Their lives grew in variety, artistic appeal, and comfort, and they were, in general, a happy people. At that point, the Maldekians of the three intermixed colonies put together a band of explorers to travel to the Black Hole Colony again. Stories from the past told of the people with blue-gray skin and tall, strong bodies, and the people wanted to try sharing with them again. About fifty people decided to go on the journey and take gifts of the finer aspects of their culture with them. They carefully packed sample pieces of pottery, painting, scrolls of written language, small tools, spices and herbal medicines, the finest fabric, perfume, and delicate foods that would not spoil. They hoped that all of these gifts and examples of their culture would express good will and be welcomed by the formerly aloof people.

 

When the travelers arrived, they found the Black Hole Colony in turmoil and still very primitive by comparison to the other colonies, due to its fear of change. Extreme weather conditions had caused flooding, mud slides, and destruction of food sources, as well as the loss of many homes and other buildings. The arrival of outsiders at such a crucial time was a shock at first, but the colonists soon relaxed as they watched the visitors pitch in and help clean up the damage. The mixed band of travelers even cooked for the people so their time was freed for other chores that needed to be done. The visitors located food sources and shared the foods they had brought with the host colony. Tools brought on the journey were used to repair and rebuild damaged structures. When the reconstruction was completed, the rest of the gifts brought from home were shared with the Black Hole colonists. The colonists were shocked and deeply grateful for the traveler’s generosity, not only with gifts, but with time and hard work. They opened to the travelers more and more as time went by.

 

When the hard work and cleanup were done, the visitors began to share stories of the inventions, culture, and general evolution of the other three colonies. They told the Black Hole colonists that members of their colony were not only welcome but wanted in the other colonies. They expressed their love of diversity, and described the richness of shared cultural differences. The history of the other three colonies was related, including how each had benefited through contact with the others. By the time the visitors were ready to return to their homes, the Black Hole colonists had come to accept and value their friendship. The visitors were invited to leave a delegation behind to live with and teach the people about new ways. Twenty of the Black Hole colonists decided to make the trip back to the other colonies with the travelers. At last, the four colonies of Maldek were uniting.

 

The return journey was slower than the trip to the Black Hole Colony since the Black Hole colonists had never traveled long distances before and could not walk long hours like the others. At times, the explorers grew impatient and irritable due to the frequent rest breaks and short days of travel time. But they adapted reasonably well and kept their grievances to themselves. When the band finally arrived at the first of their destinations, the Young Soul Colony, they were welcomed with great celebration, feasts of the finest foods, music, and dancing. Being rather shy people, the Black Hole travelers were gracious but quiet and reserved at the celebrations. They preferred being with only a few people at a time, the fewer the better, and adapted poorly to the large crowds that had gathered for the festivities. The new journeyers were overwhelmed by the superior building structures, artistic influence, and general affluence. Their hosts seemed almost decadent to them in comparison to their own home surroundings and life style; but they were not prone to rudeness, so they kept their opinions to themselves.

 

As the band of travelers ventured on to the halfway village, which had grown into a small township of around 350 people, and then on to the Martian/Andromedan Colony, the Black Hole travelers grew more and more homesick. The more elaborate the displays of cultural and technological advancements and superiority, the more the visitors from the Black Hole Colony longed to return to the simplicity and familiarity of their own lives. However, still not wanting to be rude, they visited each colony and were shown all aspects of daily life style and creative outlets. After being at the Orion Colony for less than a moon cycle, the visitors announced their desire to return to their own home. Their various hosts found it hard to understand why they were not impressed with the beauty and advances of their colonies. The guests simply continued to repeat that they had been treated quite well and had learned much, but-preferred to return to their home colony.

 

The return journey to the Black Hole Colony, which was done in stages due to its length, required nearly a year to complete. By then, the Black Hole travelers were more than ready to be back in their little valley. When they did finally arrive at home, the reluctant travelers were so relieved that they all went through a period of releasing the shock of their long journey before they finally felt back to normal in their own homes. The members of the other three colonies who had stayed at the Black Hole Colony were reasonably content, though they had never fully adapted to the coolness of the people and their reserved approach to progress. When the band of travelers from the other three colonies prepared to leave, those who had lived at the Black Hole Colony politely, but eagerly, prepared to return home with their friends. The travelers departed feeling some tension and disquiet about the segregation of the colonies again, and yet it was the overwhelming choice of all concerned.

 

The Black Hole colonists who had remained at home during the journey of their friends had mixed feelings about the departure of their short-term resident friends from far away. They felt as if they had lost something valuable; yet at the same time the relief and security of having the outsiders’ influence removed from their homes was pervasive. As the returned travelers described the horrors of the celebrations, the elaborate decor, the fancy food, the complex buildings, and other aspects of life in the three colonies, the Black Hole colonists once again experienced mixed feelings. They felt like they were missing something very important, and at the same time, they felt gratitude that they were not part of that other world.

 

The travelers from the three colonies returned home feeling that they had failed to influence the Black Hole colonists as they should have. Yet all were relieved to be free of the tension and disquiet they had felt around the strangers. Life in the three colonies returned to normal.

 

The rest of the first 5200-year cycle was filled with inventiveness and cultural growth. The population increased slightly until the three colonies, which had begun with about 4000 inhabitants, now contained nearly 5000 people. Some of the beings were choosing to split their souls in order to experience male and female incarnations simultaneously, which accounted for the population increase. The Black Hole Colony, on the other hand, changed minimally and maintained a population of around 1000 residents at all times.

 

Solid bridges existed across the river between the Orion Colony and the Martian/Andromedan Colony, as well as across the river between the Young Soul Colony and the Black Hole Colony, even though the latter was rarely used. Carts pulled by teams of oxen now carried larger loads, and sometimes elderly people and children traveled in carts as well. Art, music, and language were highly revered areas of accomplishment for most of the people and gave them a sense of pride. Mining and metallurgy had emerged and were being developed. Jewelry making and design were new fields that brought much excitement. Although there were natural leaders of each of the colonies, no one had power over others. The leaders were honored for their natural leadership qualities; they were quick thinking, and had good decision-making abilities and communication skills. Each colony had several members of both sexes who took leadership roles without actually controlling the people.

 

The daily lives of the people were still more tribal than the lives of people in today’s modern society. Electricity was unknown; transportation still consisted of walking and ox carts, with water transportation only for the purpose of crossing rivers. Fishing was now a favored profession and added more diversity to the diet. Agricultural advances had also contributed to the quality and diversity of food choices. However, the Maldekians’ conscious world was still focused only on the physical, and that pointed to spiritual awareness as the natural next step at the end of the 5200-year cycle.

 

When the Pleiadian Emissaries of Light began to be birthed among the four colonies and in the smaller, halfway villages, it was about seventy-five years before the end of the cycle. There were about a dozen Pleiadians born into each colony, and four into each of the villages. These children were noticeably different from birth, as they chose not to accept the genetics of their parents beyond what was absolutely necessary. Blond and red-haired children were born to dark-haired and dark-skinned families. Unusual facial structures that were unknown to any of the existing races appeared. When the children began to speak, they did not carry the local dialects, but had a strangely different dialect of their own, shared only with the unique, new children in all of the colonies. They were extremely bright and much more alert than the other Maldekian babies and children, and they emanated so much love and poise that the people were not sure how to respond to them.

 

When the Pleiadian children began to speak clearly, they described tall people from the stars with bodies made of light, who took care of them and talked to them. They told the Maldekians that the star people were always there, but that the Maldekians could not see them because they were made of spirit and light, not matter. These children were very loving to their parents, other family members, and friends, so much so that the other children were jealous of the praise and attention given to these special ones. As the children got older, their ability to share their wisdom, love, and knowledge increased. They began to teach the people about soul and spirit, and about the karma and evolution of every being. They talked about the guardian Light Beings who had always protected them and who kept the world safe for them and their planet. Reincarnation and the purpose behind it was explained. They specifically described how all of the people on Maldek had lived in other places before, as well as in their own ancestors’ bodies on Maldek. The Pleiadian children even told the people the names of the planets and star systems from whence they had come, and said that their colonies should be called by those names.

 

Pleiadian Children Rename Colonies-Years 5125 to 5200

The Martian/Andromedan colonists, whose colony was now mixed, were told to call their colony Mars II, since Mars was located in the same solar ring as Maldek. The people were taught to locate Mars in the night sky, and they learned that it was really a planet like Maldek, reflecting sunlight, even though it looked like a star.

 

The Young Soul colonists were told to call their colony Solaris. This was the name of the solar ring from whence the two groups comprising the colony had come. It was explained to them that they had been brought to Maldek because they needed to interact with other beings who had experienced very different evolutionary histories from their own.

 

The Orion colonists were shown Orion in the night sky and told about the history of that star system as a galactic gateway between dimensions and galaxies. Stories were shared about the power-hungry ones who had come from Lyra and taken over one of the Orion solar systems in an attempt to control the gateway; this attempt had been only partially successful. The Lyrans had enslaved these beings, tortured them, and eventually destroyed their planet, but Divine Intervention by the Pleiadians and the hierarchies from Galactic Center had set them free. They were told to call their colony Free Orion.

 

The Free Orion colonists and Mars II colonists were also made aware of their similar histories of enslavement. The Martians had experienced the same history with the Lyran invaders as had the inhabitants of the Orion system. The Andromedans also had a similar past, but this had occurred with other Andromedans. The shared histories created strong bonds between the groups.

 

The Black Hole colonists were also told about their past and about their nature of being emotionally and spiritually cherub-like. The Pleiadian children shared stories of the collision of the two galaxies, the black hole, and why the colonists feared change and sudden unexpected events. They also explained the people’s karmic problems with addictions to constant happiness and the status quo. The Black Hole Colony was to be called Sogan, which was the name of the solar system from whence the colonists had come.

 

Maldek now officially housed four cities: Mars II, Solaris, Free Orion, and Sogan. In addition, there were two trade villages: the one between Mars II and Solaris was named Freedom Town; the one between Mars II and Free Orion was called the Town of Miracles, because the first river crossing had taken place at that location.

 

The Pleiadian children were mostly in their early teens by this time and were holding regular meetings with the colonists. The focus of these meetings was to teach the people about their own evolutionary histories; the purpose of spiritual evolution, in general; and what the upcoming times would hold. This latter information was more vague than specific, and consisted mostly of guidance about how to tune into spirit and the sacredness of all things. The Maldekians were also informed of the need to transmute karmic patterns; they were told that as their culture continued to grow, they would be presented with challenges from time to time in order to learn and transform the past. Teachings were given to all of the colonists about taking responsibility for creating their own reality, and about realizing that they had the freedom to choose their response in every situation, instead of reacting unconsciously. They were taught that these two guidelines were the keys to gracious growth and evolution. The Pleiadian children said that, without exception, the people had to transmute all ideas about victimhood and powerlessness and become co-creators with Divinity, or God/Goddess/All That Is. Transcending the illusion of limitation in the physical world would naturally occur with spiritual growth and vertical, or spiri­tual, alignment. As the Maldekians evolved spiritually and vibrationally, and realized their full intelligence, they would transcend these seeming physical limitations until they became Light itself. This would require many cycles of evolution, but it was their her­itage, and they would all eventually accomplish this enlightenment experience and become one with the Divinity in themselves and in all of existence again.

 

For the remaining sixty years, spiritual teachings and simple practices were given to all Maldekians. Temples of Melchizadek, centers for high orders of initiatic trainings, were established for those who wished to devote their entire lives to spiritual study. (These temples were not unlike the Melchizadek temples built much later on Earth during the Atlantean eras. On both planets, the teachings and initiations given in these mystery schools were those of becoming enlightened and Christed beings while still in third-dimensional reality.) If the people wanted them to, members of the Pleiadian Emissaries of Light and Andromedan hierarchies would remain in the temples as teachers, but they would impose their teachings on no one who did not request them. All of the colonies agreed that they wanted the temples and leaders to become part of their world, and so they did.

 

At the end of the first 5200 years, there was consensus among all Maldekians about the importance of the temples and spiritual leaders, as well as the desire for spiritual evolution. The Sogan people still wished to remain isolated, while the other three groups wished to merge with them. The free will of the Sogan people was respected, and the other colonists were told that if any further contact was made between the colonies it had to be initiated by the Soganites. All the Maldekians agreed to continue existing rules of order, with one new addition: the people would still be protected against invasion, unless, through their own thought processes, they requested not to be. The Pleiadian and Andromedan spiritual teachers would remain with them as long as the people in each colony or village agreed by a majority. These agreements, as well as all other rules and changes, would be reviewed at the end of the next 5200­year cycle.

 

More extreme weather conditions than the people were accustomed to followed the meetings at the turn of the time cycle. These occurrences are always necessary to accommodate the changes in orbital pattern, solar frequency, and solar encoding when even the slightest pole shifts are made. The Maldekians were forewarned and therefore well prepared when these changes began. They had stored foods as advised, moved out of flood plains, improved roofing as needed, and made other preparations. When the floods, electrical storms, ice storms, and series of quakes were completed, only minor repairs and restoration were required before they continued with life as usual.

Spiritualization of Maldek-Years 5200 to 10,400

The entire next 5200-year cycle was predominantly focused on spiritual growth and establishing spiritual practices that could be shared by all. The Melchizadek temples were well visited and immediately attracted students who wished to devote their lives to studying metaphysical law and spiritual order. The secondary focus for that time cycle was on art, music, and architecture. The creative stimulus was strong in the people now—even the Soganites—and inner and outer beauty were important to them. They were learning to experience energy states emotionally and spiritually with more depth, and their relationships with one another, as well as their artistic areas of focus, reflected this newfound depth.

 

The level they were experiencing was mainly due to their learning to be more present and to offer fuller attention to their companions and themselves. They were also learning to be more loving and nurturing to one another during sexual activity. Their experiences were similar to those of new meditators when they first experience being present in stillness and silence. There was a long way to go from there, but what they had was a crucial beginning.

 

The Solarians were still the slowest to develop on all levels, since they had begun their evolutionary process as lower-dimensional consciousnesses instead of as beings moving from the higher realms down. However, they were always eager to learn and explore, so they created little conflict because of their differences. The Soganites remained isolated from the rest of the planet, but continued to evolve in their own right. In summary: steady, slow growth was consistent throughout the planet’s population and there were only minor disturbances and conflicts along the way.

 

At the end of that 5200-year cycle, the Maldekians as a whole were becoming consciously responsible beings, respecting all forms of life, natural resources, and one another. They were chiefly involved in self-improvement and examination of their lives in every area, from basic standards of living to creativity, spirituality, transportation, and relationships with others. Spirituality was still very ritualistic and experienced by most of them on a practical, idea level, but that is the nature of evolving beings who are learning to be spiritual.

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