Thank you JC, EM and Patrick for a wonderful interview!
I speak for myself only; you're welcome and I'm glad to know you liked it.
Since Eric says Jesus is in Puerto Rico, I'll speak for many devout Puerto Ricans who might like to weigh in on this discussion, but can't for lack of power.
There collective comment might go like this: "BlastFEMA" or Blasphemer".
Maybe both, I'm not sure.
Great conversation for the "Wholy Season". Gracias.
De nada, y con el mayor gusto. Buenas asociaciones palabreras las suyas.
There is a theory that Jesus went to various countries / places for his "training".... Kashmir for example. But nothing is mentioned in the Bible. Is this true? If so, which countries did he visit?
Let's see ... what does The Committee say about this.
"No, the soul now called Jesus, when living as Yeshua, did not travel far beyond the region of his birth during his formative or early adult years, before he began his travels, visits and speeches. The borders were not fixed as humans have come to know today, so his crossings of border-like areas might be considered outside, but he did not venture either alone or in groups to places as far as Kashimir, or other at such distances.
He did go far from Judea after his attempted cruxifiction and eventually ended his life far to the west, in what is now France."
So he never came into contact with the Buddhist world?
If "contact" means travel to regions where Buddha's followers were principally located, such as what's now eastern India; no.
Could it mean Jesus knew nothing about Buddha, Buddhism and never met a follower? No and Jesus did meet several.
Oh gosh....I just went to a funeral yesterday of a lovely friend who died in a terrible car crash last Thursday 2 days after my sister's 2 year anniversary on the 12th. Greg died on the 14th, he was 59. I'm wondering if his soul organised it the terrible crash, He hit a truck but we all don't know the details. He was a very lovely man, always very full of life and adventure.
Well, Yeshua comes in. His birthday actually wasn't in December apparently. To me Christmas I don't celebrate any Religion or celebrating the Jesus at all. It's really about family for me..
I spoke to the Yeshua energy earlier this year through a voice channel which was really lovely, although he made it clear that I was speaking to a Collective and it wasn't really one voice. I'm guessing that many people connect to the Oversoul (Colective rather than one person)
Is that how it felt to you Patrick or would the Yeshua you spoke with comment on that. Basically we are all ONE anyway and he made it clear to me I was one and the same as his energy...
The Yeshua I spoke with? There's another one?
@Patrick.....Maybe the Yeshua essence you spoke with can comment? BUT it is my understanding that when one connects to that energy (that was known as Yeshua, Jesus, Jeshua or whatever name you want to give it) you are tapping into the Oversoul Collective, SO it's not really singular, BUT he/they will give you the singluar pro-noun because that's what humans can relate to, but that energy essence is a Collective Consciousness and the Buddha energy is from the same Oversoul Collective. Also when people connect to Yeshua different people connect to different parts of the same essence and that's where you get differing stories of the Jesus life BECAUSE there were many different timelines of experience for that story and different people cross connect to the different pasts. Basically that story can be whatever you want it to be. Does that make sense? That's what that Yeshua energy told me.
The Yeshua I spoke with? There's another one?
It depends on what vibration you are on, so yes there are many Yeshua's depending on the Vibration ( people connect to whatever one resonates with what they believe etc) It's the same with what people think of as God/Source/ Prime Creator etc.. there are many versions of Creators, (as many as there are personal reality bubbles within the Universe since we all have our own version)
Make sense? ;-)
@ Susan: It makes sense if that's what one wants to see, yes. It doesn't feel "collective" to me. It most definitely comes across the way a single person does. Unlike The Committee.
Many Yeshuas depending on vnbration? Are there many Susans or Patricks depending on vibrations? Split souls, in other words?
So far, it doesn't make sense.
Lol, i had to drop my mrs at the airport yesterday and in amongst the mayhem of people doing the same thing, i came out with the comment Jeeezus one bloke gets born around this time 2000 years ago and theres still all this pandamonia going on ! ! Holy Shite ! ! 😀😀 Apologies to any Cristians reading, please forward all unnecessary hate mail direct to me ! 😀
@Steve..... Yes, Christians are very sensitive to their Jesus LOL...
I really think Christmas should be banned it's not really about ONE man (not for me anyway) that was supposed to have been born this time around 2000 years ago, it's really about family and thinking more about being One with humanity, not about celebrating the story of 2000 years ago.
Christmas should be banned because of your personal feelings?
My personal Christmas isn't a Christian celebration. The Christians stole much of the trappings of Christmas from pagans in order to entice them into Christianity. You won't find a nativity scene in my house, but I love the symbolism of light in the darkness of Solstice, evergreens when there is no green otherwise, beauty and abundance at a time when nothing is growing. The symbolism is about Hope in spite of appearances. I celebrate Hope, Joy, and Peace at Christmas.
I love traditional Christmas carols though, and despite their emphasis on Christ, I hear the triumphant notes of Hope again . . . hope for something better.
That said, I wouldn't want to dictate everyone else's interpretation or "ban Christmas", a holiday that is still a Christian religious holiday to so many. I wouldn't want anyone dictating to me either. Let's not ban anything.
Christmas banned? OK, let's put it to a vote.
Wait.....participation is voluntary! No need for a vote, just abstain.
Susan and Lorri, I can so relate to statements in both your comments & truly NOT so divergent holiday sentiments. When one whittles away down to the heart of each posted comment, one can hear the human heartbeats nestled within words as well as see the interwoven spiritual truths winding round 'n around & gaining momentum with every ricochet. <3
I choose to sustain, create &/or share holiday-ish traditions, whether keeping a beloved one from my childhood, following through on my own personal annual traditions that are only a handful of years old, beginning anew with inspired ones or some combo of all of the above.
For example, there isn't a Thanksgiving holiday here in Mexico. So I started the 1st Annual Día de Gracias among my adopted family & new friends - not on a Thursday, never (thanks to immense city traffic) but on the last Saturday of Nov. I cooked the traditional meal of communion which I have dearly missed - turkey, gravy, cranberry jelly etc., but also my new favorite recipe: Thai Chicken/Rice Noodles w/ coconut curry peanut sauce, lime. Everyone brought something whether wine or bread or dessert or their favorite dish. We went around the tables & each of us shared a funny or surprising or touching experience/story (mine told in cringeworthy but effective spanglish.) We drank rompopé, wine, eggnog while we sang karaoke, eventually doing tributes/impressions of Cher, the BeeGees, Sinatra, Creed, Aaron Nelville, & more that had us choking on laughter & tears (& wine, choking on wine - my Cher impression will getcha every time.)
The dogs, the two resident hosts & their one canine guest had a doggy-
blast chasing & playing freeze tag & hide n seek. And lastly, I insisted upon my newly desired, early 2017-born tradition: if photographs are taken to memorialize an event, by now I have nearly everyone sold on my insistence that group/family photographs must include one goofy-facial contortions-weird posture-surprising-wild photo...
All of these details are important to me & I brought them to a foreign country, into the new life I'm navigating...& whether it's honoring our spirituality (or religion, for a few among the group here, & we do say Grace before eating ) or just our shared humanity during such holiday-ish times, my little traditions are being welcomed, accepted & adopted, here in a place I never expected to belong. Some might call that the Light of Jesus/God; others might call it good karma or manifesting energy; the house was virtually humming with Love, which has so many faces & names that hold no significance in "really real moments."
Jules, where do I sign up for your Thanksgiving?
Shite? Is that a form of hardened shit?
@Lorri.... I just think it's very stressfull for a lot of people and lonely for millions of people, but I do believe it's nice to celebrate family etc. Speaking of the Jesus Christ, he showed an image of his face to me in a pic I took last year. I've shared it with Patrick
Yes, Holidays are lonely for people who have no one.
As for Christmas stress, people create it for themselves and others by insisting on too many tasks for comfort and spending too much money.
They need to figure out what's worth it to them and discard the rest.
A British form!
Greetings my friends. Just wanted to share with you a virtual reality animation sketch put together by Jurgen Ziewe, a graphic illustrator who has authored several books on his out of body travels. It really conveys a feeling of peace and the sublime of astral journeys into the higher dimensional realms of consciousness.
Thanks Alex for the suggestion to look at Jurgen Ziewe video and mentioning Zingdad's web site.
Very funny :)
Thanks for 2017 and see you all on the other side! (2018 that is.)
It's the same number line; sides of it are our illusion creation.
2 + 0 + 1 + 8 = 11
1 + 1 = 2
It'll be a special year, the second in the cycle begun by #1 twenty seventeen. (2 + 0 + 1 + 7 = 10, 1 + 0 = 1)
Great post, I enjoy the friendship of JC, Erik and Patrick, a great way to end 2017 and look forward to 2018.
Best wishes to all.
And because of great readers and our energy contributions, especially you Denis.
Joyeux Noël !
To my Guardian Angels......
Please if I'm going to be in a fatal car accident or some other calamity can I please get a heads up.
Don't mind dying, I just don't want to be there when it happens.
(credit to Woody Allen)
Thanks as always Pat
You won't be "there". Your soul will depart the scene and observe from a safe, comfortable & peaceful distance. You'll be happy you completed your trip and satisfied at your accomplishments. No heads-up should ever be given to prevent a soul from this honor & pleasure, not to mention the pride felt by everyone there to greet and congratulate you.
I sure hope the squirrel that ran under my car today left his body and was observing from a peaceful distance while I yelled, "No! No! No!" in horror watching him kicking his legs in his death throes.
I swear, I'm beginning to feel like the Angel of Death. I am the world's slowest driver, constantly looking out for animals, yet a few years ago, a small dog made a sudden dash down a hill and ended up getting run over by me in front of his owners though I was only going 10 MPH.
I ran down a suicidal kamikaze squirrel in September, driving 30 in a 35 zone (typical for me.). That damned squirrel made it safely across, then jumped back into the road at the last second. :-(
I was crying before I even got to my front door. Even if he left his body before he could feel pain ( I hope, I hope, I hope), his nest mates will wonder why he never came home.
I used to have a big squirrel nest outside my bedroom window and it was amazing watching the squirrels refurbish it. They cut down branches and went to and fro all day.
I am sad today.
BTW Patrick, squirrels zig zag to confuse predators chasing them. Maybe that's what your squirrel was doing. That tactic doesn't work well for them when an automobile is involved.
My squirrel just made a last minute mad dash down an embankment and ran right under my car.
Is that picture what Jesus looked like on earth?
I doubt it BUT it probably wasn't too far off. I've replaced the moving illustration.
@Laura.. I actually do have a pic of the Christ/Jesus image which I captured in a pic last year 2 weeks before my Mum died. The face looks like quite a few of the pics that are around on the internet
Great post thank you. We’re the miraculous acts attributed to Jesus true?
@ Linda....The soul that was Jesus, when apparent miracles occured, it was not him himself that performed the miracles it was him tapping into the Universal LOVE that everyone is connected to, so it wasn't him himself, it was Source energy and everyone has the same ability to touch and heal as he did when they embody that energy, but it depends on the person receiving it if they believe they are healed. Not everyone that he healed were healed.
Thanks Patrick! I love to hear from Jesus! I would like for him to weigh in on the treatment of the Palestinians by Israel. Why it is that the US and other countries are not outraged by it.
That session should include treatment of Israelis by Palestinians. What are your questions?
I know I didn't ask the original question but could one of the questions include as to whether there will be peace reached within that region any time within say the next few decades? And what the future of Jerusalem looks like?
Oh I agree. Just want the facts as to what is going on. It’s difficult these days to trust the news media. I’m just bothered by the inhumane treatment of people. And if so what can we do about it. Raise awareness, protest, seize financial support? From which group?
Why has Israel taken the Palestinian land? Why can’t they reach a peaceful agreement. Are the killing of men women and children true! Is the Israeli military disregarding innocent lives. What hold does Israel have on the US that it doesn’t interfere with how they rule. Will there ever be peace there. TY
One other question. What is the purpose of and what does it mean that the US has joined Israel in recognizing Jerusalem as the capital and the UN did not? What are the interests there?
As one of my fave movie quotes so succinctly and memorably stated: "Help me Jesus! Help me Allah! Help me Jewish God! Help me Tom Cruise!" :-D
:-D, :-D, :-D, :-D, :-D
Ha ha ha ha ha. Thanks for the laugh! I needed it.
When I try to talk to my family about Pleidians, Arcturians, lightworkers, higher selves, Kryon or 101 other "woo woo" topics, they think I might be losing my mind! Sometimes even I'm not sure. As we approach year end I wonder why are we who frequent these pages drawn to this material. Why us? Are we some kind of old souls or pioneers, paving the way and shouldering the ridicule for those who will follow? So again I ask why us?
"Yes, and you've answered your questions", says The Committee.
Hi Patrick I was just wondering and not to sound selfish but am I an old soul myself I definitely don't consider myself a pioneer thanks Patrick and tc
Though I used to read spiritual stuff and believed in psychics, mediums, ghosts, etc . . . my eyes used to glaze over at talk of Pleiadians, Arcturians, etc ...
The pieces have to fall in place from someone you trust in order to make that leap. For me, it was Erik at Channeling Erik. Then from there, I found Patrick.
If I had not trusted Erik's messages both on the blog and to me personally, I would have dismissed the more "far out" stuff.
I'm very happy to have made the leap. And it's amazing having a front row seat seeing information about ETs via Patrick and The Committee corresponding now to mainstream news and not just UFO enthusiasts.
I thought it was especially interesting that the main story the gov't let out was about the military pilot seeing a UFO hovering over another one that was underwater, considering The Committee recently talked about the fact that ETs have already explored our oceans.
Erik led me here but also to Kryon and every night I enjoy listening in bed to Lee Carrol's soothing, wise tones
If any are interested, this ~40 minute video is a channeled lecture from Paul Selig and his Guides. His method of channeling involves hearing the message in snippets which he whispers to himself and then saying it again out loud. This lecture is entitled “Agreement”. I highly recommend The series of Paul’s channeled books
There is no love lost between the Palestinians and Jews. And the Jews who survived the holocaust certainly deserve our sympathy.
But if we think about the Palestinians for a moment. They had lived in Palestine for 2,000 years. Then, one day a bunch of Jews showed up and kicked them out, since this was the Jews' promised land 3,000 years ago. Following this logic, the Italians should be re-claiming France, Spain, Turkey, Egypt, Germany, and Britain, because these were parts of the Roman Empire 2,000 years ago.
Of all people, the Jews should understand the tragedy of genocide better than any other people. But what they are doing to the Palestinians today, how can they? Have they learnt nothing?
If I were a Palestinian, I would do everything possible to protect my homeland and my people against a brutal foreign invasion.
I would love to see what the GAG thinks of the Jews doing to the Palestinians.
When I consider the Israel/Palestine question I see not an intractable problem. I see an unparalleled opportunity to create a beacon of light; a towering example of how humanity can achieve unconditional forgiveness and tolerance. Can you imagine the effect if both sides declared themselves to be brothers in spirit and Jerusalem to be a shared, spiritual and global capital city. Yes I'm a dreamer but as that old Liverpudlian curmudgeon said, I'm not the only one!
A few years ago, I read a long detailed account of how modern-day Israel came to be. After WWII there were groups that wanted Jews to be able to migrate back to Israel, but there wasn't agreement on the issue for a long time.
Some Jews were already living there and more were moving to the area all the time, but they were just living among the Palestinians in PEACE.
When there started to be more noise about moving lots of Jews into the area, the Palestinians were fearful of what would develop. They were at first assured that nothing would change. They were assured that any land or farms they already owned would stay with them . . . and many farms had been owned by families for generations at that point.
Oh what a lie those promises were.
Enough people from various places got on board to re-create the State of Israel and every promise was eventually overturned. To make matters worse, the boundaries were redrawn later to include even more Palestinian land. It would be the equivalent of American citizens being forced to give their land and their farms back to the American Indians. Can you imagine the uproar?
Imagine that the citizens of each country had to find the descendants of whoever owned the land before they got there. Why are we surprised at the Palestinian reaction? The re-creation of Israel wasn't really all that long ago.
I think the U.S. is behind Israel no matter what they do because it allows us to maintain a strategic presence in the Middle East. I think if there were no oil in the Middle East, we would have very little interest. If Israel had never been re-created in the first place, it would probably still be a peaceful place.
A lot of Christians keep this going because they think it's Biblical prophecy that the Jews would return to Israel. They believe that God will only support the U.S. as long as the U.S. supports Israel. At least, there are certain branches of Christianity that believe this wholeheartedly.
These Christians that believe this don't ever seem to open their eyes to see why we are really there. They are very useful to the invisible powers that keep us there for reasons of greed and control.
I dont mind a mention on this subject, regardless of how they got to this point, unsolveable problem it is.......too many humans in too small a parcel of land who ,for varying reasons despise each other...an endless supply of fuel to keep the hatred and shit going forever, and thats before you even bring religion bullshit into the equation...
It would be amazing if Patrick could interview Michael Newton, regression hypnotherapist of 'Journey of the Soul' fame
Patrick, first I want to thank you for your work, I found a person online, Calgero Grifasi, who is a regressionist practitioner. He has more than 2000 regressions. All of his work can be seen on youtube (Spanish, Italian, English, Russian, Portguese...many). He has another technique where he goes "straight" to the problem of the person. What he found in his sessions is that we are trapped in incarnation. That entities that are supposed to be religious (or angels) are really another species camouflaged with another filter to lie to humans. In the sessions, he found that the Reptilians have a base inside Earth, close to Iraq and Iran. They need our energy to feed themselves and they feed themselves with low frequencies (pain, fear, control, etc.). They do this with our will. We give the power to them by saying "as you will" and we are co-creators with them in all of this dimension who work for them for their own purpose. The light we see at the end of our life, if we have filters, is a low frequency light but it is not the light that is going to bring us home. It is the light that will grab us in the wheel of incarnation and lies. There is another light when you die, when you don't have filters, that is the light to where you must go. I invite you to check his videos, technique, because he changed the way I think about awakening. Thank you so much, Patrick, here is the link. Let's start talking about it.
Love and Light.
@Cesar Benavides, this is entertainment.
Everything he says is outside of himself, his own creation. He says that we are all creators, so you are a creator yourself, just create your own beliefs and the hell with his. By listening to him you give him your own power and get manipulated, conditioned, convinced that he has all the answers. All the answers are inside, there is no guru or master. There is you with all the answers you need, just ask yourself and be open to any sign for answers.
@Cesar...... Yes, toally agree with Denis. The answers are always within yourself. Trust your own intuition. xx
Weird I was just thinking about that Bashas post - the ominous, everything will change in the fall of 2016. Real dramatic stuff to which TC commented - it was a greeting:).
It’s not that things aren’t as described, it’s just there’s a different view of the same. Viewing or commenting on something in a way in which it doesn’t give it your empowerment is the thing. Anything perceived by you means you are in agreement with it - meaning it is within this spectrum or level of density. How you engage - from which perspective your intent is driven - seems to me to be key in approaching whatever. Not that what is in front of you doesn’t exist. Bashar’s message was true or was thought to be true at the time the message was delivered - it’s just how you can see it in a more positive way. I have watched some of his videos when they were mentioned here some time ago. They used to be translated into English then. Why wouldn’t there be the same type of control with corporal body as the spiritual body?
And then there’s the line from Shakespeare: There are more things in heaven and earth Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy. Just my two cents worth and stream of consciousness today on a 22 day:)
Everything did change in the fall of 2016. DJ Trump was one piece of it.
Patrick, when you say "You won't be "there"", does it mean the souls leave their bodies before impact in case of plane crashes or suicide jumps?
Yes. The sensation of physical suffering - which occurs also - is also often not experienced upon the ending of the physical function of a body.
The survival of a serious, potentially life ending injury brings with it the sensation of physical pain but this is inserted after the fact, when the ending of physical life is not planned, or stopped or reversed. This insertion occurs by request and desire of the soul of the person involved.
Time can be compressed, accelerated, slowed down or put on suspense / hold. An example is the sensation of time slowing down felt during a fall or other mishap.
Awakening from a coma or period of unconsciousness after a serious event, with no memory of the incident, is another example.
Thank you Patrick.
Talk about time slowing down . . .
Several years ago when I was first living in the mountains, I took a job that involved an hour long commute over a lonesome two-lane highway that wound through higher altitudes.
One winter day I was driving home and it was already night. I wasn't as alert as I should have been and my right tire ran off the pavement a little.
In my effort to pull the car back, I started fishtailing all over the road. I was lucky that no other car was around. As I struggled to get the car back under control, I remember thinking, "What is on the other side of that guard rail?" I was aware I could plunge right off the road.
As I was fishtailing left and right, a voice came into my head saying, "Turn . . . into . . . the . . . direction . . . of . . . the . . . spin" Yes, the voice emphasized each word.
So, I immediately did the non-intuitive thing that I had forgotten in my panic, and turned in the direction of the spin. I came to an abrupt stop in the other lane and pointed in the opposite direction.
I pulled off the road and sat there a few minutes catching my breath. I have no doubt my guides spoke to me and time really did slow down. I was aware of all my thoughts the whole time.
I feel so bad for those who are said to have suffered slow, painful, agonizing deaths like drowning, burning or being stabbed many times. At what point do the souls leave the bodies in these cases? Thank you so much for replying. Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones.
They don't feel a thing unless its an experience they wish to have.
In most cases, yes, says The Committee. "The choice is made by the sufferer and all participants. This seems cruel and inhuman, and in that lies the value of the experience."
You are not alone in your thoughts, Emmanuel.
I have a friend who likes to tell me that I must have been disemboweled in another life, because as a third grader, I was unnerved by illustrations of body organs. They were only neat drawings on a page, but I had an unbelievable reaction to them.
I still don't like that stuff.
Thanks to The Commitee, Patrick, Alex and Lorri.
Thank you Patrick, TC, JC, and Erik. For some reason I had a smile on my face the whole time I was reading it, and I don't normally smile. I even got a few laughs. Thank you!