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Anunnaki and Nibiru
- The Return
Is life but a dream?
A PUFOIN Commentary
By John Jaeger
Merrily Merrily Merrily Merrily life is but a
Since the dawning of intelligent thinking,
humans have endeavored to understand the "meaning of life". The answer may
be more simple than our minds can allow. We look for patterns and then
need to support why these patterns exist. We create theory and establish
universal law. We say what can and can't exist. We say what is and
isn't possible. I say, who exactly do we think we are? Oh wait, that
was the very question in the first place! Anyone getting the distinct
impression that life is a big circle?
An interesting article about the Big Bang
Theory provided me with food for thought. Previous PUFOIN Perspectives
have touched upon the Universal consciousness (God) and how our understanding of
God is distorted through our need for religious beliefs. Our own
individuality has worked against us and is what brings us to war with one
another over varying religious ideology. What if the answers lies right in
front of our nose? What if life IS but a dream?
That last statement certainly demands
clarification. Obviously we can't call life a dream, at least as we
understand dreams. Peter Gersten, known in UFOlogy circles as the UFO
Lawyer for his efforts at trying to bring about disclosure through Freedom of
Information Act lawsuits, has focused his own journey to enlightenment on a
premise that life is one big computer program. Obviously, Peter is using a
reference to something we can relate to. We understand what a computer is.
We understand what a computer program does. We've seen virtual worlds
within video games. In its own way, it makes a lot of sense. You can
read more on Peter's perspective at his website:
Many people, from as far back as the time of
human origins, have struggled with this meaning of life. We have this
burning need to "understand" ourselves. What am I? Who am I?
What will I be? Where am I going? What will I see? We live the
5-Why's and How. Who among us once coming of age, hasn't asked the
questions? Not everyone will ask outwardly but most ask inwardly. We
have a desire to understand our own purpose. Thus, we turn to our gods for
those answers and wouldn't you know it, these gods left little instruction
booklets on exactly this subject - except, they left out the chapter on "why".
We're told "how" to live our lives. Where
told "who" to worship and trust. Where told "what" to do with our lives.
Where told "when" to do it. Where told "where" to do it. It is the
"why" that hasn't been explained, because not even GOD can explain it.
If the origins of everything truly are this
universal consciousness, which suddenly came into self-awareness then there can
be no answer to the question of "why". God, itself, is asking that
question and WE are Its self expression. WE are Its attempt at reaching
out and trying to learn more about Itself. As I've said previously, WE are
GOD and when we resort to this infighting we're only confusing our mission for
The question about the existence of other life
in the Universe has to be answered with a resounding YES. Of course there
is life EVERYWHERE in the Universe. If we ARE God, then we must accept
that our consciousness has manifested itself everywhere for the very same reason
we exist. To understand our self! It would also stand to reason that
every alien life would ponder the same questions and see the same answer to
This journey we're on to enlightenment is an
amazing one. We're all at different stages and we continue to grow through
our decisions. Some decide that all of this metaphysical thinking is
nonsense. Others grasp the concept and then become mindless followers of
someone claiming to have the answer. Certainly, there are many levels of
understanding in the middle.
Personally, I've always been a bit skeptical of
those who claim they can "channel" aliens. It isn't because it isn't
within the realm of possibility but simply because I can't grasp the concept
without a bit of a giggle factor. Mentally, I can sit back and accept that
anything is possible - it really is! Reality is what we make of it so
sure, I suppose the ability to channel exists. If that is true then we
must consider the channeling of deceased Souls and the idea that time truly has
I'm often brought back to a sense of awe when I
consider the profound nature of reality and the role each of us plays in that
nature. Consider this: When we dream, the life we live in that dream
is real during that dream. In our sub-conscious mind, we have no concept
that we're sleeping. We experience feelings and emotions. We
experience pain and joy. We live a lifetime in a matter of a nighttime.
What "if" our waking consciousness is merely a dream of another level?
Just like we can't understand our conscious life during our sub-conscious
existence, it would make sense that we wouldn't be able to grasp our
"super-conscious" life through our conscious existence. The mere fact that
we can even speculate on what is beyond us has to indicate that we're beginning
to shift - or better said, wake up. Consider a lucid dream and our ability
to control our dream when our conscious mind begins to recognize that it is
still within the sub-conscious reality. Now consider our super-conscious
mind waking and recognizing that it is still within the conscious mind reality.
Many have a hard time accepting this idea that
our past holds the key to our future. Yet, all we need do is look to our
past and understand the message and we'll open the door to a new existence.
One is forced to ask why 2012 is such a unique time. Yes, there are any
number of doomsday prophets talking about the "end of the world" and even I have
explored the idea of a coming Apocalypse brought about by the return of our
creators, the Anunnaki. I was careful to state that I didn't believe it
was the "end" but it certainly could be Apocalyptic. I need only look to
human nature to understand that differences create fear. Imagine the
visitation of a more advanced alien and not just 'any' alien but the alien that
created us from their own genetic make up! Heck yeah, that has the ability
to send some chills down the spine!
Again, why 2012? Why that date? It
has been written for thousands of years. What could the Galactic alignment
truly mean? Is it merely the end of a Galactic year or is it truly
something more substantial for our enlightenment? Many "new-age" religions
believe that in less than 8 years we'll be transformed. Whether it is
harmonic or dimensional, we'll experience a new density of existence; very
different from our current one. We'll know in less than 8 years.
Without doubt, it can be said plainly that we
have experienced growth in our collective understanding. Too many people
still hold tightly to individual spiritual beliefs. There are still many
gods in our religions who speak different messages to us. In the end,
maybe life really is just a dream. Below are two articles, which try to
help define the Universal consciousness.
Big Bang Theory of modern physics states that prior to the existence of
space and time, the manifestation of the universe began with a huge
explosion. Space and time came into existence and the material world
expanded in size and complexity at an exponential rate, reaching out to
create a huge universe filled with galaxies - size unimaginable, and
still expanding. The seed or source of that entire process is referred
to as the Unified Field. Einstein was the first to theorize its
existence. It is the one thing out of which all else came into
existence. It is the source of The Big Bang.
It is fascinating to note that a number
of the leading modern physicists whose focus is this Big Bang Theory
speculate that the Unified Field is, in fact, nothing more than
consciousness. The more they study the qualities, nature, and
characteristics of the Unified Field, the more they realize the Unified
Field is nothing other than consciousness itself.
Throughout history, the manifestation
of our universe has been pondered. An interesting common thread exists
between many, if not all, of the most time-honored of those theories.
That common thread is expressed in shamanism by saying, "This is all a
dream." Hindu philosophy refers to all of this as "maya," that is to
say, illusion. The ancient Vedic seers similarly claim, "This is all
just a play of consciousness." These ancient philosophies go on to say
that the entire manifest universe is born of, and sustained by,
consciousness. Consciousness, from within its own inherent nature, gives
birth to the structure of the entire universe.
Remarkably, many modern physicists are
speculating that what the ancient seers insisted, is in fact
correct-consciousness is the underlying source and basis of all
existence. Now, for a moment, let's assume they are correct and take a
moment to reflect. A question comes to mind. Quite simply, what is it
that we know about consciousness? At first glance, it may seem
self-evident to say that consciousness, by its very own nature, is
conscious. But with a little further reflection about the Big Bang
Theory and the manifestation of existence, we are prompted to ask
another question: "Before anything existed, what could consciousness
possibly have been conscious of?" Remember, we are speaking here of a
time that existed before time and of a place that existed before space.
It was a time of no "thing-ness," pure nothingness. Consciousness could
be viewed then as pure "is-ness" before anything actually was. So what
could consciousness possibly become conscious of? The only thing t! hat
existed-itself. Consciousness, by its own nature, became conscious… of
By putting all of this together, we
arrive at a compelling perspective on the Big Bang Theory. Consciousness
viewed itself as "other." Duality was born of oneness. It's a little
like when you are brushing your teeth in the bathroom and you catch your
own reflection in the mirror out of the corner of your eye. For a
moment, you have the experience that another person is there with you.
Though really, it is only your own reflection. Because consciousness by
its own nature is conscious, it becomes conscious of that duality, those
two things. Then consciousness, the observer, observed the duality that
was created. In that moment, it was as if a third thing was born.
Consciousness, in turn, became aware of those three things and gave
birth to a fourth. That process cascaded out into infinite multiplicity
in a nanosecond. It is similar to holding two mirrors up in front of one
another. Instantly, an infinite number of mirrors come into view.
So the Big Bang that gave birth to the
entire universe is nothing more than the dynamic interaction of
consciousness with itself. It has a structure of complete mathematical
precision, profoundly complex, yet totally harmonious and seamlessly
integrated within the dynamic of its own self-interaction.
Imagine visualizing this structure
geometrically. It would appear similar to the image in a kaleidoscope,
but multidimensional and far more complex. It's easy to imagine there
are a myriad of identifiable patterns within this structure. Like that,
different patterns can be identified within the structure of existence.
Each pattern describes the structure of the universe in its own terms.
Modern physics represent one example. The yin and yang theory, five
element theory, and nine graha theory represent other examples. They are
each representing a unique pattern which describes the structure of
To give a sense of the depth and
breadth of implications here, imagine we were to find a an old 33-1/3
RPM record in a time when we no longer had record players and had
forgotten that records ever even existed. Scientists could analyze and
document every etching on that piece of plastic. Formulas recording the
size and shape of every scratch on the surface could be created. And the
scientists could then conclude they had thoroughly determined the nature
of that piece of plastic. However, when the record is played, it takes
on a whole new meaning. The nature of existence embodies a similar tale.
Finding one pattern that describes its nature, though of value, does not
fully embrace its grandeur. Each identifiable pattern carries with it a
unique expression, offering new insights and understanding. As Einstein
said, you can describe a sunset in terms of pure physics, but if you do,
it loses its meaning. Each identifiable pattern gives expression to some
of the meaning, but no ! one pattern gives expression to the full depth
and breadth of all possible meanings.
The implications of this new
perspective on The Big Bang Theory are vast. The technologies available
are without limits. Each identifiable pattern carries with it a unique
technology. The key to many unopened doors is contained within this
understanding, offering commonsense insights into many age-old questions
including the meaning of life, the free will versus predetermination
paradox, and the age-old quandary, "If there's a God, why does he allow
people to suffer?"
Ignorance means to ignore. To rigidly
adhere to one paradigm and ignore the others is a state of ignorance.
Finding truth and meaning in a broad spectrum of paradigms is the portal
The 9 Dimensions
following is the origin of humanity as revealed by Cayce's
subconscious mind. It is an interesting twist and I believe that
some of it has some validity - specifically the "concept" of God
(us). Read on:
"In the beginning there was a sea of spirit, and it filled all
space. It was static, content, aware, a giant contemplating what it
was. Then it awakened and discovered its spiritual individuality.
This was God. God desired self-expression, and wanted companionship,
so the cosmos and souls were projected. Mind was the force which
propelled and perpetuated it.
"Souls were created for companionship with God. The pattern used
was that of God's own being: spirit, mind, individuality. In
creating the soul there was knowledge of its identity with God and
the ability to experience the mind separately from God.
"Souls were given the power of free will so that it would not
remain simply a part of the individuality of God. The record of free
will is the soul. Thus the soul consisted of two states of
consciousness: that of the spirit, bearing a knowledge of its
identity with God, and that of the new individual, bearing a
knowledge of everything it experienced.
"The plan for the soul was a cycle of experience, unlimited in
scope and duration, in which the new individual would come to know
creation in all its aspects, at the discretion of will. The cycle
would be completed when the desire of will became compatible with
God's thoughts. The soul consciousness of the new individual would
then merge with its conscious spiritual identity with God. This is
the soul returning to its source as the companion God intended it to
"The idea that a return to God means a loss of individuality is
paradoxical, since God is aware of everything that happens and must
therefore be aware of the consciousness of each individual. Thus the
return of the soul is the return of the thought that God imagined -
becoming aware of itself not only as a part of God, but as a part of
every other soul, and everything.
"The plan for the soul included experience of all creation. The
soul was the greatest thing that was made because it had free will.
Once free will was given, God did nothing to curb it; however it
acted, it had to act within God's reality; by whatever route, the
soul had to return to God.
"Certain souls became bemused with their own power and began to
experiment. Through the use of free will, the gradual weakening of
the link between the two states of consciousness (the soul and the
spirit) occurred. Thus, the individual became more concerned with,
and aware of, it's own creations than God's. This was the fall in
"To move into physical existence, souls had to assume a new
consciousness referred to as the "conscious mind." When a soul took
on physical consciousness, it separated itself temporarily from the
soul (the subconscious mind), and became even further removed from
the spirit (the superconscious mind).
"Each solar system in the universe represents an opportunity for
the advancement toward the ideal of complete companionship with God
- the position of co-creator in the vast system of universal mind.
"Our solar system attracted some souls and the earth came into
their path. The planets are physical representations of the solar
system's dimensions of consciousness. There are nine dimensions of
consciousness of our solar system. The earth is a physical
representation of three-dimensional consciousness.
"The earth was an expression of divine mind with its own laws, its
own plan, its own evolution. Souls, longing to feel the beauty of
the seas, the winds, the forest, the flowers, mixed with them and
expressed themselves through them. They also mingled with the
animals, and made, in imitation of them, thought forms: they played
at creating; they imitated God. But eventually, this mingling with
three-dimensional physical consciousness entangled souls in matter.
This entanglement was a probability from the beginning, but God did
not know when it would happen until the souls, of their own choice,
had caused it to happen.
"A way of escape for the souls which were entangled in matter was
prepared. A species of apes evolved that approached the necessary
pattern for the soul to escape three-dimensional consciousness.
Souls descended on these apes and influenced them to come down out
of the trees, built fires, made tools, lived in communities, and
began to communicate with each other. Then the soul descended into
the body and earth had a new inhabitant: man.
"The problem was to overcome the attractions of the earth to the
extent that the soul would be as free in the body as out of it. Only
when the body was no longer a hindrance to the free expression of
the soul would the earth cycle be finished.
"Humans became aware that sex meant something more to them than to
the animals. It was the door by which new souls entered the earth
and was the only means the trapped souls had to get out of their
predicament. The human body represented the ideal vehicle for the
soul on earth.
"The plan for the earth cycle of souls was a series of
incarnations, with periods in between of dwelling in other
dimensions of consciousness (physically represented by the planets).
When the body was no longer a hindrance to the free expression of
the soul (when the conscious mind had merged with the subconscious
mind), the earth cycle was finished and the soul could go on to new
"The race of humanity was fostered by a soul which had completed
its experience of creation and returned to God, becoming a companion
to him and a co-creator. This is the soul known as the "Christ."
Adam, the first incarnation of the Christ Consciousness (superconscious
mind) in flesh, was the first incarnation of the divine
consciousness. Jesus, the final incarnation of that same soul, was
the first human to fully manifest the Christ Consciousness in the
"The Christ soul was interested in the plight of its brother souls
trapped in earth, and after supervising the influx of human souls
into flesh, the Christ soul took form itself, from time to time, to
act as a leader for the people.
"The Christ soul helped humanity by incarnating into the flesh from
time to time, as such Biblical characters as Adam, Enoch, and
Melchizedek. The Christ soul took on flesh, to teach and lead. The
Christ soul realized after these incarnations that it was necessary
to set a pattern for humanity, to show them the way back to God. The
Christ soul assumed this task by through its final incarnation into
flesh as the humble carpenter from Galilee, Jesus of Nazareth.
Jesus, triumphant over death and the body, became the way-shower,
laying down the ego of the will, accepting the crucifixion, and
returning to God. He is a perfect pattern for people to follow. The
perfect life lead as Jesus and his unjust murder, reversed the
negative karma that came from his first incarnation as Adam.
"At present, humanity is in a state of great spiritual darkness -
the darkness which precedes dawn.
"The law of karma - which is the law of cause and effect - means
that transgressions incurred in the flesh must be met in the flesh.
This is the natural law of the earth, not the law of humanity or
God, and it demands an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.
"Every person's life is shaped to some extent by their karma, but
karma is not greater than free will because with free will, anything
is possible. Thus free will and predestination coexist within a
person. Their past experiences limit them in probability, and
incline them in certain directions, but free will can always "draw
the sword from the stone."
"The intellect is, roughly speaking, from the stars: it is the mind
force of the soul, conditioned by its previous experience in
creation outside the solar system, and dimmed or brightened by its
recent experiences within the solar system.
"So the problems of individualities, the problems of groups, the
problems of races and nations, are worked upon time and again until,
by free will, they are solved, and the souls go on to other worlds,
other solar systems, other universes."
"All souls were created in the beginning and are finding their way
back to whence they came." - Edgar Cayce
This is submitted as "food
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