EXIT 9 Investigations: Series 1 – 2Pac Euphanasia PART IV: (Holy Scriptures & Origins of Where Tupac Read About Faking His Death)
A lot of false information regarding Machiavelli and a reference to “Faking his death” has littered the web since Tupac’s death, starting on make-shift websites like GeoCities in the late 90’s. This isn’t true, as we demonstrated in Part I, Machiavelli only made a statement that a prince must use deception to achieve great things, there’s no evidence that he said to “fake your death”. What has been overlooked by sleuths and researchers for years is the simple connection between Tupac and the books he read in prison. Below we list 10 mystical books Tupac read in prison.
THE TRUTH ABOUT TUPAC AND FAKING HIS DEATH.
Incarcerated from February 14, 1995, until October 12, 1995, Tupac engulfed himself into a literary retreat of the senses. A list of the books he read at the Clinton Correctional Facility famously made it’s way around the internet in the early 2000’s. We’ve researched nine books that led Tupac into the white light and influenced quotes such as “Only fear of death is comin’ back reincarnated” and “Let’s go inside my astral plane.”
“Initiation” by Elisabeth Haich was probably one of the first books Tupac read on the occult. Initiation is a mystical-telling of Haich’s former lives, including her incarnation into the daughter of Pharaoh Athois. It details how the future is relayed via consciousness as dreams; this is a beginning stage of controlling/altering your fate. The book will open your eyes into the depths of reincarnation.
“Ponder on This” is a compilation of Alice Bailey’s teachings; it acts as an encyclopedia of mystical tools and prepares you for “Initiation,” a spiritual development that you enter upon birth. Astral Projection is mentioned as a concept that is vital for Initiation; one must learn to see through the fog and illusion, stabilizing their etheric bodies with the vibrations on the plane.
“The Destiny of the Nations” is another piece of Alice Bailey’s work. World dominions are at an ever-changing realm; this and the fate of each nation relies on energy masses and consciousness of its people. This book examines the inner-depths of social interaction.
“Serving Humanity” is Alice Bailey’s concept within “soul contact” and the utilization of the personality on the physical plane of existence. Telepathy, Illumination, and Control of Speech are a few of the topics covered in the literature.
“Telepathy and the Etheric Vehicle” is the last book of Alice Bailey’s that appears on the list. The essence of mental energy and communication is the key dynamic to the book. A “flow” of energy is discussed and correlates with connecting to the overall system of energy fields for the world.
“The Meaning of Masonry” by W.L. Wilmshurst describes the inner workings of Free Masonry and the symbolism that incorporates the ancient mysteries of Egypt. The book opens in one passage with this line “The papers here collected are written solely for members of the Masonic Order.”
Gershom Scholem’s book “Kabbalah” is considered one of the blueprints of Jewish mysticism. The Torah and the hidden symbology within the text are interpreted and projected into a higher understanding of GOD.
“Mysticism” written by Evelyn Underhill acts as an introduction into the manifestation of energy as it pertains to the mystic arts. This would’ve been the centerpiece for Tupac in regards to magic.
“The Tibetan Book of the Dead” is what more than likely influenced Tupac’s belief in “Only fear of death is comin’ back reincarnated” as it deals with life-after-death scenario and how we perceive this experience. The line was first used by Evil Mind Gangstas on their 1993 song “Livin On The Edge” and also featured on the OG recording “Reincarnation” along with Hussein Fatal and other Outlawz members. The quote gained mainstream status with the release of “Only Fear of Death” on the 1997 album “R U Still Down? (Remember Me)”. The three Bardo realms of the afterlife are “Bardo of Death,” “Bardo of reality,” and, the “Bardo of rebirth.”
The majority of the books listed are written by New Age writer Alice Bailey and were transmitted to her by the Tibetan Ascended Master Djwal Khul. This is significant for many reasons. Bailey’s work correlates along the line of the white magic (right-hand) path; most of her teachings deal with the evolution of karma and the final mastering of the astral plane. To master or achieve a “higher” realm you need to have an understanding of the “lower” realms and when to embrace it and when to look beyond the vibrations that you’ll encounter.
Alice Bailey’s teachings are on Theosophy (mystical and occult texts) and embrace a path to enlightenment. As you can see from the list of books Tupac read, he had no literature on Aleister Crowley and the new age religion “Thelema.” Thelema is based on “The Book of the Law,” the law is “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law. Love is the law, love under will.” This focuses more on the individual spiritual path and the use of magick in different forms.
Spirituality captures the imagination of not only your inner-self but the self that surrounds you. There exist techniques that many consider controversial or even witchcraft… the left-handed path & the right-handed path depending on usage. Two examples of this would be Madame Blavatsky’s “The Secret Doctrine” as it holds a right-hand atmosphere to the readers. The opposite of this would be Aleister Crowley’s “The Book of the Law” which deals with the aspect of the left-hand. In reality, how you perform the white or black magic and for what use determines the Good or Evil concept.
The Right-Hand Path deals with concepts of the body, spirit & mind. Karma is also present. This would be associated with ‘finding yourself’ through meditation and white light.
Tupac and Alice Bailey’s spiritual guide Master DK.
The Left-Hand Path dives into the use of Satanic imagery, sex magic & other taboo methods of rituals. Many musicians and artists have adapted to this path as it symbolizes and showcases the use of magic (in the open).
Pictured below is Jay Z with Crowley’s law “Do What Thou Wilt” next to a picture of Crowley.
Here is the famous Beatles cover “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”. Crowley is included.
According to Alice Bailey: The White Magician has the motivation that will benefit the group he surrounds himself with/has contact with. The Black Magician works alone, and if he works within a group, his/her purpose is shrouded with a selfish ego. The White Magician works for the balance of the universe. The Black Magician works for no one and represents no unity. The Left-hand path will always assume supreme power on the physical and astral realms; this is because Black Magicians crave exposure within their rituals of magick. The Right-hand path evolves, it does not believe in using magick for ‘selfish’ reasons as induced by the Left.
The connection to ‘faking one’s death’ can be located within the Right-Hand Path, and an Ascended Master named St. Germain, who has been described as an alchemist, trickster, pianist, and composer. In the writings of Alice Bailey, St. Germain is known as Master R./St. Germain and has incarnated as several individuals through-out history, but the one that stands-out is Francis Bacon. Francis Bacon was a Philosopher from England and has been associated with theories regarding Shakespeare true identity. St. Germain’s ascension into masterhood happened on April 9, 1626, during Easter Sunday – during his last incarnation (as Francis Bacon) it is said he faked his death and while disguised, attended his own funeral. St. Germain is the “resurrected form” of Francis Bacon. The Easter Sunday correlation is important to Tupac’s destiny.
HOLY SCRIPTURES DECODED
All Eyez On Me released on FEB 13TH 1996. THE START OF HIS PREDICTIONS?
Tupac’s “Holy Week” started on September 7, 1996 (Saturday)
Holy Week is the week before Easter, it’s celebrated on Palm Sunday and concludes on Easter Sunday or in some texts It ends on Black Saturday.
Palm Sunday – Commemorates Jesus’ arrival into Jerusalem
Holy Monday, Holy Tuesday, & Holy Wednesday – Some witness Jesus predict his death and other accounts.
Maundy Thursday – The Last Supper
Good Friday – Crucifixion
Black Saturday – Jesus buried
Easter Sunday – Resurrection
Tupac’s holy week was a variation of the traditional “Holy Week” and Makaveli was his resurrection.
TUPAC’S HOLY WEEK
7th – Saturday – Tupac’s arrival to Las Vegas and his shooting.
8th – Sunday – The only witness to come forward to Tupac’s shooting. (Kadafi) and Tupac’s eerie predictions of death are coming to fruition. Tupac regained consciousness for a short period.
9th – Monday – Hospital (threats had been made via telephone)
10th – Tuesday – Hospital (Tupac’s condition is the same)
11th – Wednesday – Crucifixion (he makes eye contact for the last time) this is his entry to Makaveli
12th – Thursday – The Tupac identity is now buried. Hope has faded
13th – Friday – Tupac died and was Resurrected as Makaveli
Dante Alighieri died on September 13th, 1321 (connection to Pac). Dante was an Italian poet who gained status when he released the “Divine Comedy” a poem about a journey into the afterlife. It takes place first in the Inferno which is hell and follows into Purgatorio and finally Paradiso (Heaven).
Divine Comedy starts the night before Good Friday in the year 1300 and has a history of Christian mysticism. *Remember that Good Friday represents the Crucifixion.
Simon is mentioned in the Makaveli album cover. Simon was an alias for Suge Knight. Fingerprints are also featured; is this a reference to Tupac’s fingerprints switch?
Simon helped Jesus carry the cross; in some Gnostic views, Simon is mistakenly identified as Jesus and it is Simon who suffers the horrors of the crucifixion. The outline of the story is from the Second Treatise of the Great Seth. This carries into the Gnostic belief that Jesus was not of flesh but instead took the appearance of flesh… a form of faking his death.
There’s more to look at with the Swoon Hypothesis and theories regarding that Jesus “faked” his death. The Swoon Hypothesis is a series of theories assembled from the bibical texts that state that the resurrection of Jesus was not a mystical experience, but instead was a result of falling unconscious “swooned” and later regained life in the tomb and was rescued by a secret society.
One theory from an Islamic point of view on Jesus’s death has a similar concept. This states that someone was replaced in the image of Jesus and that Jesus wasn’t crucified.
That they said (in boast), “We killed Christ Jesus the son of Mary, the Messenger of Allah“;- but they killed him not, nor crucified him, but so it was made to appear to them, and those who differ therein are full of doubts, with no (certain) knowledge, but only conjecture to follow, for of a surety they killed him not:-
Nay, Allah raised him up unto Himself; and Allah is Exalted in Power, Wise;-
Recent items of Tupac’s estate have come up for sale, including a Holy Quran. Tupac was versed in the history and scripture of Islam, Christianity, Judaism and Buddhism.
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