Starseeds IV: Incension

This comes snapping at the heels of Starseeds III: Ascension, which was mostly a speculative consideration of the apparent differences between Honey C Golden’s understanding of what is going on with the ascension process and the information confirmed in previous Q & As (see Starseeds I and Starseeds II). While there’s much more to be looked at, the main takeaway from this post is that there isn’t actually much in the way of contradiction. Mostly, the disparities may be addressed by perspective rather than division. A key to bridging the two is the understanding offered by the it-does-what-it-says-on-the-tin Ascension Glossary.

The Earth – Part V

When last we touched down on terra firma – in The Earth – Part IV, astonishingly enough – we established the apparently conflicting detail that, while the Earth is indeed in a crater, at the edge of a realm at the centre of the Universe, there is also a physical outer space, albeit one that deposits one, through the miracle of portals, in the realm beyond the Great Barrier Membrane. Further confounding attempts to make perfect sense of such matters, there is also an Anunnaki moon space station “up there”. On the bright side, though, it’s due to take 500

Starseeds III: Ascension

Or should that be: Appraising Ascension Dissension? I’ve been taking in Honey C Golden’s videos recently – extremely late to the party there, I know – and the area that’s perhaps most interesting, not least because it’s the focus of her message, is that of ascension. In the context of Q & As, that’s because it does, in part, suggest apparent divergence and contrast with previous answers. Obviously, the easiest interpretation is that one is right and one is wrong, but as with many things pertaining to the non-transparently 3D, the truth may be opaquer, reflecting both perspective and, in

Antimatter IV

Another brief post, with inquiries into the antimatter universe attempting to dig further into its appearance as it relates to/contrasts with our own. So far, that isn’t proving especially fruitful, as one needs to conceive the appropriate language in the question to yield a clear response. There’s also some background on AMT, such as there is available.     Q. Is AMT both artificial and natural?   Yes. Answers previously confirmed AMT as artificial beings with a soul (in March last year), but in February elicited the confirmation that AMT is natural; on the face of it, these are contradictory

Beyond the Ice Wall Part VII

Further ground is broached in relation to Nos Confunden’s publications in this Q &A, but there’s much more still to go. Beyond which, the answers received, in many instances, beg further lines of inquiry all their own. The main takeaway is that, while this source appears invaluable in a slew of areas, in certain key ones Claudio Nocelli (and/or the Morrises – father William and daughter Helen) appears to be rather wide of the mark.  Several of the points raised here are specifically clarifiers in relation to earlier, potentially conflicting answers. There is also, however, clarification of clarification arising, which

Beyond the Ice Wall Part V

Any attempts to distil the realm beyond the Ice Wall is going to be hit and miss, short of a filmed travelogue starring Michael Palin, and Q & As so far have inevitably fallen prey to assumptions based on the morsels of verification yielded by “Yes” and “No” responses. I encountered the William Morris (father) and Helen Morris (daughter) accounts of their experiences in the lands beyond a couple of years back but admittedly didn’t pay them sufficient credit, in part because they’re quite elaborate (Helen’s especially, in terms of the range of places, peoples and events) but mostly because

Beyond the Ice Wall Part IV

Given the reach of the realm beyond the Ice Wall, both geographically and conceptually – it is, after all, the source of all, in physical terms – the potential wealth of information to be gleaned on the subject is likely bordering on the limitless. With all such matters, though, it’s knowing where to start. We’ve established this realm has its own continents, oceans and different climate zones. It also has its own sun and moon and firmament(s) – although there may be some shared “ground” with the latter – and it’s surrounded by its own ice wall. The realm is,

The Seth Material II

While the Seth Material is, in many respects, more accessible than the Law of One channellings, not least because it is conversational rather than didactic and eccentric in its delivery, it can also become considerably more involved. In due course, there’ll be far more to get into with the material, not least with regard to the many and various, and often somewhat involved and nebulous, interrelationships and groupings of the soul(s) on its journey, but the most “revelatory” element of Seth’s discourses, in terms of the avenues it has inspired for Q & A fodder, is undoubtedly his take on

The Law of One 2

I’m unsure when I’ll embark on a further tranche of dedicated Law of One-related questions, but there follow a few that arose in respect of other subjects – most notably ETs – that seemed suitable for collating. If you recall, the Law of One channellings (“I am Ra”) were confirmed as 85-90 percent accurate in previous answers. A significant factor with incorrect information – although simple distortion from source through channel is also salient – appeared to be areas that could negatively impact the free will of those involved. Most consistently, this seemed to relate to the false paradigm Carla

Atlantis & Lemuria 2

A more recent, “joined-up” overview of Atlantis can be found here. The following is largely intended to convey various nuggets from the dimensionally shifted lands that have already been referenced in other Q & As, but not in the first Atlantis & Lemuria. Indeed, some answers here will now have been reproduced in triplicate – they can also found under Starseeds II and The Law of One Part 2 – so apologies if such replication proves irksome; it feels more useful to include as much relevant information to a particular subject as possible, for ease of reference’s sake. Much of