I would like to beg the question whatever for? It is clear to myself that we will produce a human Heaven on Earth. It is also clear that our lives as mortal beings will run on as long as we like into thousands of years..
That is our destiny for separating from the source in the first instance. Multiple lifetimes has brought us to the present. Terra forming Terra is our task and also our reward. So why return and give up the magical experience and transformation? What is so attractive about pure oblivion? This cannot be the answer at all.
Add in our suspicion that the non human initiators of this whole experiment actually ruled for thirty thousands of years at a crack and no one claimed that they really passed on either.
Then we have the rare ascended master who somehow alters his body chemistry and leaves. Why again?
My point is none of this is actually attractive at all unless you need to escape hell. Yet it is our destiny to live the first paragraph. We still will retain the capacity to pass and to return as a powerfully motivated new humans with way more capacity or as they say a newer model. Is that not what we are seeing in our alien contacts?
Return to Source – The Spirit’s Journey Home
Alex Vandenberg, Contributor
“Learned men, by imitating this harmony on stringed instruments and in song, have gained for themselves a return to the supernal heights….”
“I discovered an instructive account (of Magick) in Avicenna’s Liber Sextus Naturalium, which says that a certain power to alter things indwells in the human soul and subordinates the other things to her, particularly when she is swept into a great excess of love or hate or the like. When therefore the soul of man falls into a great excess of any passion, it can be proved by experiment that it (the excess) binds things and alters them in the way it wants.”
“I am going to tell you a story about the nagual Elias and the manifestation of the spirit. The spirit manifests itself to a sorcerer, especially to a nagual, at every turn. However, this is not the entire truth. The entire truth is that the spirit reveals itself to everyone with the same intensity and consistency, but only sorcerers, and naguals in particular, are attuned to such revelations.”
“Hence it is not such an audacious conclusion after all if we define number psychologically as an archetype of order which has become conscious. Remarkably enough, the psychic images of wholeness which are spontaneously produced by the unconscious, the symbols of the self in mandala form, also have a mathematical structure. They are as a rule quaternities. These structures not only possess order, they also create it. This is why they generally appear in times of psychic disorientation in order to compensate a chaotic state or as formulations of numinous experiences. It must be emphasized yet again that they are not inventions of the conscious mind but are spontaneous products of the unconscious, as has been sufficiently shown by experience. Naturally the conscious mind can imitate these patterns of order, but such imitations do not prove that the originals are conscious inventions. From this it follows irrefutably that the unconscious uses number as an ordering factor.”
“They who dance are thought mad by those who hear not the music.”—The Times (London) 1927
“I shall keep silent about this science, which has led most of those who work in it into confusion, because there are few indeed who find what they seek, but an infinite number who have plunged to their ruin.”
“The only true wisdom lives far from mankind, out in the great loneliness, and it can be reached only through suffering. Privation and suffering alone can open the mind of a man to all that is hidden to others.”—H. Ostermann, The Alaskan Eskimos
“Chance favors the prepared mind.”
“Everywhere God will come to meet you, everywhere he will appear to you, at places and times at which you look not for it, in your waking hours and in your sleep, when you are journeying by water and by land, in the nighttime and in the daytime, when you are speaking and when you are silent; for there is nothing which is not God.”