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Beyond The Veil

First published Jan 2, 2015

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There is a veil which separates humans from the spirit world. It is neither completely opaque nor completely transparent.

Sometimes, humans can see shapes and shadows moving behind the screen. Some catch occasional glimpses by accident. Perhaps they are looking in just the right place in the right moment. Some are able to peek behind it regularly. They know how and where to find the split in the curtain. Others don’t know where to look and cannot not see anything at all. And even those who can see do not always know what they are seeing.

An earthly event with a thousand human witnesses produces a thousand different accounts, each person experiencing and perceiving events in their own way.

And so it is when humans peer behind the veil.

Humans can only see as much as their limited senses allow. The Other Side is not comprised of substance or dimension which humans can perceive or understand. They can distinguish light within a certain spectrum, but The Other Side has colors which humans cannot even dream of. They can hear only within specific frequencies. Most of what is on the Other Side vibrates differently.

Skeptics who seek unequivocal proof of the Other Side will never find it. There must always be room for doubt. Without doubt, there can be no faith.

It does not require faith to believe in the things you can see, feel, taste, smell. Faith is believing in the intangible; in what you feel, what you think. In what your heart tells you. It follows from your perception of reality.

Faith is the path to love and love is the path to all other lessons.

Humans are given this choice —  to believe or not to believe — so they may exercise their free will and follow the path of their faith.

It doesn’t matter if that path leads to false reality. In this case, simply developing faith is the lesson.

This is not to say you shouldn’t question. It is not faith to follow blindly, obediently believing everything you’re told. Try on various beliefs until you find the ones which feel right.  It is through this process, you develop faith.

Those things in which we have faith are what we love. For some, it’s God. For others it’s money or power. For the lucky ones, it’s faith in themselves.

And we love that which we have faith in — the things and people we can count on; who and what does not disappoint us; who and what we trust. Faith is the belief that these will always be the answers to our questions.

When a belief system no longer provides answers, faith is lost. Spirits are crushed. Souls are set adrift. By instinct, humans will immediately begin searching for a new set of beliefs which will answer their questions and quiet their doubts.

Thus, our lives are about the search for love via our search for faith.
I am fortunate in that the deeper I go into the belief system which I’ve held since I was a child,  the MORE answers I discover and the clearer those answers become.

I was raised in a formal, organized religion but never had any use for it. My form of religion has always been extremely personal,  which I believe is the only valid kind of religion. The answers are different for each of us, and can be found only within each individual.

Dogma is anathema of enlightenment.


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  1. Faresalis Bookcarrier on said:

    Yet even those beings on the “other side of the veil” need also to realize that there is a void separating their reality from the higher dimensions; where there is no conditional-ism; no good-evil duality; and no freewill. For entities in the realms above this (first) great void; the past, present and future all exist as the same stream. It is surprisingly true that “no future is written in stone”, because in the dimension where things had indeed been predestined to happen in (indescribably distant) advance, there is no physical object or matter, much less being as solid as a stone:-).

    Most, if not all, of the beings who believe that they can observe human life from their supposedly-immaterial dimension naively believe that they have experienced (and therefore known) the highest possible truth. But in truth, despite living in a separate realm from us humans, the dimension(s) they inhabit still belongs to the lowest group of realms/dimensions below the (first) great void. This “wall” is impenetrable even by God alias Allah alias Maha Brahma alias Zeus alias Hesus Itself, as explained by Gautam Buddha in Brahmajala Sutta of the Abhihamma Pitaka. This explains why seers, fortune-tellers, oracles and sages (no matter how close to God they claim themselves to be) have never been able to perfectly prophesize the future; how can they when even Maha Brahma Itself cannot even peek into what the future holds as seen from dimensions above the (first) great void? Of course there’s a reason for all this; we’ll get to that shortly…

    Subsequently this is also why Maha Brahma –for not having absolute control of the future– came with some-sort of “logical” explanation that Its lack of domination in this department is due to the freewill that It is giving/allowing to us humans. But can anyone logically harmonize the belief that there is an eternally-unchanging creator of all who is the only source for everything as well as being the ultimate TERMINATION FOR EVERYTHING, yet powerless over the things that are going to happen and –there is a possibility where events can happen outside/beyond Its control and planning? The answer is simple, namely because this entity is NOT the eternally-unchanging creator of all there is and will be. Just like any of us, this Maha Brahma also has a higher self above the first void, who is standing as equals with the higher self of each of us.

    Whether or not there is a freewill, people have always known that loafing about does not put food on the table, nor does it pay the bills:-). Believing in the non-existence of freewill does not make one lose humanity in themself, and I have likewise never met a supposedly-bad person turning into supposedly-good person just because they decided to believe in the existence of freewill, LOL. So what in the name of destiny is the mighty point and purpose of making ^freewill^ even an issue to begin with?

    Because through the matrix that It creates and maintains (with the assistance from Its angelic as well as satanic minions; even the Bible provides proof that God needs Satan to do Its certain dirty jobs:-), Maha Brahma alias Yahweh/Jehovah/Hesus is “harvesting” the devotional energy of worship that It delusionally perceives to be coming from each individual’s own freewill. To acquire these worships “voluntarily” from people, this world needs to be made chaotic and destructive; full of anger, hatred, prejudice, violence, Satan, evil, men in blacks, shadow people, Nephilims, Illuminati etc so that people would see that “the loving path of God” as some sort of way out (who does not want eternity in the endlessly blissful heaven?). See why evil/darkness is equally needed by God as good/light, and why Satan is actually working for God just as the angels are?

    This is explained further in the book Our Universal Journey be George Kavassilas. While allegedly-holy scriptures, New Age and UFO-theology books can only (again) boggle in semantics and play word games in explaining freewill (even avoiding the very mention of it to save the trouble:-), this one has an answer to it that basically completes what has been previously conveyed by Gautam Buddha.

    Whatever the spirits and scriptures tell us, only reasoning will eventually lead us to the truth. Not everybody is predestined for this path in their current lifetime, but then again from the perspective of the higher dimensions, nothing and nobody at all is wrong, mistaken, lost and/or deviated from anything at all. No one is needing to be saved from anything –no matter how dire their situation is– because whatever situation we are in at the moment is the exact event(s) that our higher selves had predestined for us to be in (which is not possible to be experienced in the fullest extent if we are ALWAYS guided by and tethered to our higher selves:-). Isn’t the truth supposed to be this simple? And look at how much the matrix has been corrupting it…

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