Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness
Concluded from Part 1
Once we’re able to communicate with the consciousness of the stones, we can work with them to construct things like pyramids. Ra continues, outlining the process of connecting with the deeper, infinite consciousness of each individual stone and using that connection to request movement.
“Imagine the activity within all that is created. The energy, though finite, is quite large. This energy is intelligent. It is hierarchical. Just as you have a hierarchy of vehicles, or bodies, so does each atom of such a material as rock.
“When one can speak to that intelligence, the finite, physical energy of the physical rock body is put into contact with that infinite energy which is resident in the more well-tuned higher bodies, be they rock or human.
“With this connection made a request may be given. The intelligence of infinite rock-ness communicates to its physical vehicle or body, and that splitting and moving which is desired is then carried out.” (1)
The connection takes place on a deeper level than the rock’s surface consciousness. One doesn’t connect with the finite consciousness of the rock itself, but the infinite rock-consciousness that exists beyond it. One essentially communicates with the rock’s higher self and requests this consciousness move the rock.
The rock itself, containing limited and finite physical energy, probably couldn’t gather up the momentum to move or split, so it acts as a channel or conduit for the energy of its higher self (or whatever you want to call those higher soul-fragments).
It’s similar to how humans can achieve superhuman feats by tapping into a deeper part of ourselves and bringing forth powers and abilities that aren’t of this world. We’re finite, in that we can only store so much universal energy within, but if we open our minds and act as conduits for a greater aspect of ourselves, we’ll become infinite.
Ra then tells us that individuals don’t carry as much spiritual power as group souls.
“There is a distinction between individual power through the Law of One and the power available through the combined understanding of the Law of One by a group soul.
“One individual, purified of all flaws, could indeed move a mountain. However, in the case of mass understanding of unity, each individual may contain an acceptable amount of distortion and yet the mass mind could move mountains.
“There are those among your people at this time whose purity is already one with intelligent infinity.” (2)
I’m sure there aren’t a lot of people on earth who’s consciousness is pure enough to solely move mountains, but if we all got together and used the meditation effect to reduce the world’s negativity, we’d achieve our goals despite the distortions we each carry within.
We’re going to be filled with some distortion while we’re on earth, but as Ra said, there are the few individuals out there who are completely pure and who express that purity for the benefit of the rest of humanity. The purer our consciousness is, the more we help the collective consciousness by feeding our energy into it.
As long as we’re clear and pure within, we’ll be able to achieve miraculous feats we would’ve never thought ourselves capable of. We have to be willing to believe in ourselves and our capabilities, and if we feel like we have too much distortion within, we can call on others for assistance with whatever feat we want to achieve.
According to Ra, they didn’t construct the pyramids all at once (as opposed to manually/telepathically building them) because they didn’t want to be overly worshipped.
Q: “WHY NOT CREATE [the pyramid] AS A WHOLE INSTEAD OF WITH BLOCKS?
A: “We did not want to be worshipped as builders of a miraculous pyramid. Thus it appears to be made, not thought.” (3)
It’s already paradigm-shattering enough to make contact with another civilization and learn advanced spiritual practices and teachings, but if Ra would’ve manifested the pyramids out of thin air, they would’ve been worshipped far more than they already were.
I wonder what it was like for Ra to be on our planet and build such miraculous, higher-dimensional technology. They definitely earned a reputation on earth, and we all heard in history class about “Ra, the Sun God” and how this entity was praised and worshipped by the ancient Egyptians.
I can only imagine what it would’ve been like if they built all of the pyramids at once!
So, how exactly did the pyramids help seekers find enlightenment? Ra explains, telling us about the role the queen’s chamber played in the process.
“The concept of initiation demands the centering of the being upon the seeking of the Creator.
“The initiation in the Queen‘s chamber involved the abandoning of self to such desire to know the creator in full that the purified in-streaming light is drawn in balanced fashion through all energy centers, or chakras, meeting in the inner eye chakra and opening the gate to intelligent infinity. Then true life is experienced, or, as your people call it, resurrection.” (4)
It sounds like quite a process, and people who are too entrenched in their egos might find it difficult to undergo. We have to be willing to completely give up our identities and personalities if we want to experience full-on enlightenment, and the pyramids were a quick but intense way to do this.
Those of us who are on the enlightenment/ascension path are slowly seeing beyond our egos and their lower influence, but if any one of us were to enter a fully functional pyramid today, we might have trouble transcending the remaining vestiges of our earthly, finite selves.
Some of us might have an easier time, and it depends on how much we’ve already diminished our egos and how ready we are to see what the other side has to offer.
In our final quote, we’re told about the resonating chamber’s role in the pyramidal enlightenment process.
Q: “You said that the resonating chamber was used so the adept could meet the self. Would you explain that?
A: “One meets the self in the center or in the deeps of the being. It is analogous to the burial and resurrection of the body wherein the entity dies to self and, through this confrontation of apparent loss and realization of essential gain, is transmuted into a new and risen being.
“The chamber worked on the mind and the body. The mind was affected by sensory deprivation and the archetypical reactions to being buried alive with no possibility of extricating the self. The body was affected by both the configuration of the mind and by the electrical properties (piezoelectrical) of the materials used.” (5)
Sensory deprivation is one of the strongest routes to a diminished ego, because the ego perceives itself as dying if it doesn’t have anything physical to relate to. When we cut our egos off from the finite, earthly things that keep them going, we’re essentially born to a new aspect of ourselves and the old fades away, as long as we don’t hunger for it again when the process is complete.
I wonder if there was still any hunger for the finiteness of the ego after seekers exited the pyramids. Something tells me they left their experiences as completely new people, and they probably oriented much more to the divine and to spirit than ever before. I haven’t yet experienced ego death, so I can’t claim to know what it’s like.
We’ll pick this discussion back up soon, and I hope it was helpful for those of you who are interested in Ra, the Law of One, or the pyramids. We still have plenty to discuss, and we haven’t even made it halfway through section one.
We have a lot to learn about the spiritual nature of our existence and the ancient contacts that have been made with humanity, and hopefully, this discussion satisfied those of you who are hungry for knowledge about subjects like this. I definitely learned a thing or two, and I look forward to continuing to peel the distortion away from my and our perception.
Wes Annac – Appreciative of the information we have and continue to be given by genuine channeled sources.
- Ra via Carla Rueckert: “The Law of One” Section 1, compiled by David Wilcock, Divine Cosmos, http://divinecosmos.com/start-here/books-free-online/23-the-law-of-one-study-guide
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I am reading ‘The lives of Edgar Cayce’ a book by WH Church, which is all about his incarnations on earth. One such incarnation is as Ra Ta. Ra Ta was a Spiritual leader in Ancient Egypt at the end times of Atlantis. Ra Ta is given the description of having no earthly father and his appearance is described as White haired and white skinned with piercing blue eyes, giving the impression of being from the sun, from the skies. He was, as an infant, along with his mother, outcast from the tribe of Zu, because of his alien appearance. Later he emerged as a leading spiritual figure who was a leading light in the Law of One. He says that with the interaction with of Hermes who was ‘the master architect of the Great pyramid’ Ra Ta constructed the Great Pyramid around 10,490 – 10,390 BC,…and that he used information from the stars to decipher how to do this. I thought it may add intrigue to your study on RA. I wonder if the Ra you talk about is any connection to the Ra Ta incarnation of Edgar Cayce? Would the Ra you speak of be a ‘Walk-in’ or ‘higher dimensional aspect’ of the Ra Ta incarnation…The Ra you speak of was greatly discouraged that the technical energy used to create the pyramids was then abused by the controllers at the time and so he withdrew this connection with humanity on earth. Not sure of the timelines but the technology must also have been withdrawn as the buildings of pyramids did not continue.
I find myself coming across Egyptian references quite often now. I have had the name Ram Se RA, in my memory for some years now and can’t find explanation for it, so when I see anything that mentions ‘RA’ I look to see if there is any links with my Ra. Hope this adds intrigue.
It definitely adds intrigue, Michael. I’ve heard about Ra-Ta somewhere before, and it would make sense that Ra is Ra-Ta’s oversoul. I think David Wilcock has talked about Ra-Ta in relation to Ra and Edgar Cayce. You might be interested in his book, ‘The Reincarnation of Edward Cayce’.
Thanks for sharing. 🙂
Amazingly intriguing! Ra Ta reminds me of the Egyptian king depicted in the movie 10,000 BC, probably no coincidence. A wonderful addition to this already awesome article! Thank you Michael!
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Thank you Wes for your RA series. Parts 1-3 reblogged @ AbZu2
Oh my!!! I love the Pyramids, I love the mystery of how the rocks move, one of the best things I can think to think on! I’ve never aligned with the idea it was slaves and always knew it was something more! This explanation in the last 2 articles is what I was waiting to hear! I can’t wait to further my communications with my stones on a deeper level and really get into it! Thank you once again Wes! Cannot wait to catch up!
Glad this article helped, Brian! 🙂