The quote “Only Fear of Death is Reincarnation” is a philosophy with roots to “The Tibetan Book of the Dead” and illustrates humanity’s fear of a cycle judged by karmic deeds. How can we possibly escape from this fate? Reincarnation has been discussed at length throughout history.
(Psychiatrist Carl Jung)
“All your rebirths could ultimately make you sick. The Buddha therefore finally gave up on rebirth, for he had had enough of crawling through all human and animal forms.” – Carl Jung/The Red Book
“My only fear of death, is reincarnation
I use my last breath, to reach the whole nation
How can they call me murderer for my spoken words?
This composition be my prophecy I hope it’s heard” – Tupac Shakur
A dimensional blueprint… the dimensional blueprint; how and where will our next life take place? The simple answer might lie within soul traps and the depths of reincarnation. There are many thoughts on this elusive topic; Edgar Cayce, Val Valerian (John Grace) and Dr. Raymond Moody have all expressed their own belief-system, and we must decide for ourselves the correct path for our journey into the truth of the afterlife.
Edgar Cayce received this question once on the subject of white light.
“Why are there so many Atlantean souls who are reincarnating at this particular time?“
Frank Joesph (Author of Before Atlantis) on Edgar Cayce’s answer:
“Because of the narrowing resemblance between the western world and Atlantis is so close, that light attracts light. That is the force that is compiling or bringing these former souls at this particular time. Some of these souls want to help America succeed and not fall into the destiny that was Atlantis. Other souls have the opposite mission and reincarnate to destroy Western civilization.”
It clearly states that “light attracts light” and that the Atlantean souls are attracted to this light thus they reincarnate into this realm. If this is true; then doesn’t it lend credence that a “bright light” could be used to attract our souls to reincarnate? Edgar Cayce’s belief is carefully explained in this quote –
“After death, we may enter a region that is Void of love, life, and light, Void of everything. For some, this region is approximately their wish come true. Here they are truly alone with themselves. For some souls, this is a pain that is unbearable. In the absence of truth, love, gentleness, and kindness, some souls fill the Void with an irrational and unbelievable amount of pain and fear. It is so dark in the realm of outer darkness that the darkness hurts and panic grips them without knowing why. There are various degrees of darkness to this realm, and it is darker and denser at the center than at its outer fringes. The closer we are to the outer edges, the more interaction there is with others in the realm. The closer to the center, the darker and more painful is the solitude. Those who find themselves in outer darkness cannot travel across this dimension. They must grow through the levels of this realm. After death, one may find themselves in a particular degree of darkness that most closely corresponds to the degree of the absence of love in one’s life. Outer darkness is not a punishment. It is a region which operates lawfully for the benefit of those who are there. This region is not a realm which was created for any soul to experience, but one which came about as a consequence of the negative activity of souls in creation. So great has been the desire for self, so monumental across time and space has been the selfishness of some of God’s creatures, that this realm is the creation or manifestation of their own collective activities. Outer darkness and the reality with which it is associated were created and are held in place by collective self-interest.” – Edgar Cayce
The statement clearly presents darkness as one’s “void” and describes light as having “love” contradicting the “white light soul trap” theory. What is this is in-deed another illusion? Did Cayce subliminally release the truth with his statement about Atlantean souls being attracted to the light?
We have been taught throughout our lives that a “bright light” is one with harmony as depicted in Hollywood films, literature and mythology; a pathway of information we have developed into our psyche.
The author of the Matrix IV Val Valerian states “Many Asians and other followers of karmic style religions, fear what their next incarnational status will be, so they tend to mold their lives around this fear…Karma, like time, is artificial…Favorite ‘bad boys’ from modern history, Hitler, Stalin, etc are not being ‘punished’ for their experiences, but have moved on to other things in other incarnations they are having.” – Val Valerian
Valerian’s point-of-view derives from his theory on how the “life review” process is actually a trap for souls to be recycled by Reptilians.
Sabine Lucas of Heidelburg University and a Carl Jung expert has researched Jung’s interest into reincarnation.
“Even Jung himself had not escaped censorship when, toward the end of his life, he had found psychological evidence for the existence of reincarnation. He had even written about it in his autobiography Memories, Dreams Reflections, but family and publisher, concerned for his reputation, had prevailed on him to take it out.”
Carl Jung on the afterlife
Carl Jung on reincarnation.
John Lear, pilot, and son of American aviator inventor Bill Lear has proposed a theory of a “Moon Soul Trap” that acts as a station for our souls on this planet. The Archons (Gnostic Gods) are behind the “Moon Soul Trap” and this has also been a topic of conspiracy writer David Icke.
Each person’s theory of reincarnation or soul traps is based in terms of that person’s own timeline and we must make a similar decision when it comes to our journey into the next realm. More research is needed on the topic and the shift of Universal energy might help us understand reincarnation in the future.
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