What is it about the Angelic Human (you) that sets your one species apart from the millions of Angelic species within the cosmos?
“Angelic” is a term, it is not in reference to “all the beings in higher dimension”, as “angels”, Angelic is a DNA TEMPLATE feature, a term carried forward from trillions of different species down through hundreds of trillions of years of creating new types of beings.
“Angelic” happened to be a really sought-after feature in a DNA template, that is why there are so many of them out there today. Human doesn’t mean just this one species on this one planet.
There are millions of “human” species out there, (you read that right) it denotes certain physical aspects of a biological Avatar, and it is only one of the many different aspects of the Angelic Human Krystos super-race.
What Angelic Humans HERE have that they DON’T have all across the cosmos, is the KRYSTOS feature. That one feature is the REASON you have been enslaved, tortured, bioformed and murdered for 550 million years.
I hadn’t checked the mail today, and when the car alarm sounded I went outside to have a look. Walking to the mailbox I saw the neighbor in the shadows of his driveway. I asked, “Was that MY car alarm?”, to which he replied, no, it was his … very sensitive alarm.
I was also greeted by his massive Pit Bull. What a beauty!! He is over 100 pounds, thick and strong. He sniffed my shoes, my pants, I could tell he smelled by dogs on me. His owner kept calling him back, and he slowly made his way home, but not before peeing on my mailbox post for what seemed like an entire minute.
Back inside, I thought of the dogs, mine and the neighbors, and how although two or more can work it out and actually live together in somewhat peace, two neighboring dogs will tear each other apart, warring for dominance.
Then I thought of the world … Are humans really no better than dogs? It seems so, the way countries try to out weaponize each other, doing everything they can to be a bigger threat. One country and one race over another, men over women, among many other examples … push back from those stepped upon, pushed down, abused, used … trying to survive.
There is a jewel that is within humanity, and it is a bright and shining jewel of kindness, compassion, joy and love. It is covered with layers, upon layers, upon layers, of absurd restriction that have been imposed upon us. We do our best to follow these guide lines that involve such restrictions in order to please others. We are never able to please them, no matter how we try.
The only way we can truly embrace the jewel that is within us is to start shedding layers. Shedding layers of absurd restriction, and let our jewel shine so bright that this world will become a beautiful rainbow.
I just had the most amazing arm and leg massage. She painted my toe and fingernails and smiled, thanking me every time I told her how nice it felt.
I sat while she did her work and listened to a client speak to her daughter in Swedish, and the lady helping me spoke to her co-workers in Vietnamese. She seemed to think an apology was needed, as though it were obvious I did not understand.
My response was this: Listening here is like listening to music, it is nice. At home I prefer songs in another language, I do not like getting caught up in the drama of a song, wrapped up in someone’s story. When I do not understand the words, the music moves me as it is meant to.
I leave the facility 2.5 hours later, this woman treated me like a queen. Yes, I paid, and yes, she earned every single portion and more. I wish I could have given more.
I come across a sign in a yard as I walk back to my car, I stop and smile.
… And I say, YES. Love does indeed win. All we need do is choose it.
Thank you young lady for making my day thus far a pleasant one, and thank you for being so kind.
There is much more to this life than we could have possibly imagined. Only when we are willing to open our eyes and mind and see the bigger picture of possibilities will we actually surpass limitations imposed.
Change can be difficult. In my experience when daily tasks follow a format for a time and then get switched up for something new (ie: a new computer program, new policy, etc.) the rattle that goes on about it is amazing. People tend to rebel, dig their heels in and fight to remain “as usual”.
Once the change is embraced, everything becomes normal once more, until the next change. Go on, look into your past experiences and see for yourself.