The People From The Stars
Calling in once more the very high teachings of the Ek Balam — the ‘bright star jaguar’ warrior angels
IxChel, Beloved Mother and Jaguar Woman with medicine plants · Artist th02.deviantart.net
The Angels of the Maya
When the star people came, they brought very high wisdom and knowledge to all the peoples here on earth.
Most cultures have seen and lived with these wonderful sky people — incredible charismatic winged beings — and they were almost always very beloved whilst here.
If they arrived here in these times however, I feel and know in my heart and lived experience that the opposite would be true - they would be misunderstood and not seen due to the veils over the eyes of many. They would most often be resiled and reviled. As what is good and what is true is most often treated with disdain and hatred in these weird and reversed times.
The ancestors who met these beings left the memories etched in stone for their descendants to see in days yet to come.
When corruption had once again overtaken humanity, they knew the world would badly need the knowledge once more.
In those days — and time is not linear, my friends — some of the sky people stayed for a time, ruling quietly and gently over the communities they arrived and lived amongst.
All over this world, Angels in many forms with different names or ways of speaking, have arrived from the skies, always bearing very similar messages.
Caleb Hennessy · Nebula · Mayan Meditation Music
Bringing Balance Back
The Mayan had their wondrous Pakal, and the Ancient Egyptians had the enigmatic Akhnaton. They were those beings with the oblong heads and unique bodies, very different in appearance than earth people. Of great unearthly beauty and with gentle yet very strong hearts.
Priests and priestesses from the stars, these people from the sky brought their wisest teachings and laws to the people here.
And whilst they dwelt here, they re-established a beautiful balance in their communities of peaceful and harmonious lifestyles.
ATYYA · Ancestors Speak
The Sacred Teachings
The teachings they brought were of the very highest, and many have been forgotten, but are very worth remembering.
They taught that the only acceptable form of sacrifice was self-sacrifice.
That the life of another being, as a so-called sacrifice, was not anyone else’s right to take. To affect the free will of another being in such a way was to go against the highest law of the universe.
This law demands the absolute respect of the life of another, when it comes to sacrificial rites.
And this respect of the free will of others seems to be one of the hardest laws for humanity to follow.
It then follows that any culture that demands blood sacrifice to appease its gods is false and corrupt.
Blood sacrifice of innocent humans and animals, or any beings of the cosmos, goes against the highest laws of the universe.
And any gods, or people for that matter, who demand this, will ultimately, one way or another, betray you also.
In these dark times where a mostly lawless world seems to have lost its moral compass, and no longer remembers the truest ethics and integrity of the highest Godly universal teachings, we must now re-call these laws back in.
Be aware and be wise, beloved bravehearts!
Hunab Ku · Lotus Creations
The Example of Milarepa in Demon Valley
"After Padmasambhava came many great sages in the Land of the Snows, notable among them the great Milarepa, a great Mahasiddha.
There are numerous stories and songs of Milarepa ‘conversing with demons’ — trying to educate and Enlighten them even as they were talking about “eating” him.
One particular story, in Drelung Kyomo (Discontented Demon Valley) demonstrates his compassion with the “evil ones.”
He subdued the demons of these Lachi Snow Mountains.
The great sage Milarepa
“When I arrived at the foot of the mountain, violent claps of thunder and flashes of lightning struck all around. The whole sky was on fire… The Lord of Obstacle-Makers … came in the guise of a Nepalese Demon called Bhairo with a vast demonic army as retinue…”
The Demons tried everything to intimidate Milarepa, with huge boulders flying through the air, rivers diverted from their riverbeds to swamp him.
Milarepa subdued the flood with a simple gesture."
- Excerpt from Lee Kane's article in the Buddhist Weekly, "Transforming demons; “Get thee behind me Mara!”: how Buddhism exorcises demons; transformation but no destruction"
Double Dorje · Vishvavajra
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I first published this on MEDIUM on Nov 12, 2019
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