The Soul, Reincarnation and the Astral Plane
A Brief History of the Concepts of the Soul, Reincarnation and the Afterlife in Ancient Cultures
From where does our conscience originate before it is born in this physical world? What happens to the human being when its dies? Where do we go after death? These are the great questions of any philosophical man. Throughout the history of civilization renowned wisemen of all the ages have pondered these so essential questions and the great spiritual, religious, philosophical and esoteric traditions have sought to offer detailed answers thereon. Before addressing this matter we shall take a very brief look at the history of the concepts of the soul, reincarnation and the afterlife and delve a little into comparative religion.
First I would like to compare the essence of the soul and highlight the difference thereon between the Mesopotamian (Enkist) creation account and the later biblical (Anuist) version. If we compare the two versions, we soon become aware that their respective conclusions are essentially the opposite.
In the Poem of Atrahasis, the Sumero-Akkadian account of the creation of Man and the flood whose earliest manuscripts have an antiquity of almost four millennia, it is recounted that Man, the creation of Enki, was formed in the clay of the Abzu, mixed with the blood of a god and gifted a divine soul which, according to Enki, would always present him alive even after his death (Atrahasis 1:221-230).
On the other hand, the biblical Genesis, a late and highly distorted recast of the original Mesopotamian version, teaches the contrary implying that Man is kept alive only by the breath of life (soul) of Yahweh and upon death that lifesoul abandons him and he returns to the dust from which he was formed (Genesis 2:7; 3:19).
Here the difference is crystal clear. The polytheistic Enkist version teaches that Man was granted the spiritual nature of the gods and therefore the human soul is essentially immortal. In opposition to this, the monotheistic Anuist (jehovitic) version relates the rather disheartening Jewish concept of the afterlife according to which the departed returns to a state of nonexistence and his only prospect of a new life, the resurrection in theological terms, lies in the hands of the supposed great divine judge Yahweh.
What are the implications of all this?
The Enkist conception of the soul, that of the spiritual immortality of Man, is one of freedom and individual evolution which is very closely linked to the objective of life from the perspective of Enkism. Man is free to incarnate himself again in the physical world, enjoy earthly life once more, resume the development of his soul and draw increasingly nearer to the Opus Magnum: the achievement of godhood in our natural evolutionary course. Let's remember that the soul is able to grow only when it is incarnated in a physical body, since the material world is the world of action. Knowing all this, the Serpent of Eden, in reality a biblical representation of Enki the Ushumgal (Great Serpent) of the ancient sumerian religion, assured humans that Yahweh's threat (in the day that you eat from the fruit of knowledge you will surely die) was a lie and added that Yahweh had deceived them because he knew that Man would awaken and become like the gods (Elohim) upon eating from the fruit of the knowledge of heaven (Genesis 3:4-5). And that was exactly what took place according to the same biblical text. Even Yahweh himself ended up admitting that Man was now like one of the gods thanks to the divine knowledge imparted by the Serpent (Genesis 3:22) and the following chapters of Genesis demonstrate that Man didn't die in the day that he ate from the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge as Yahweh had claimed but rather he would live almost a thousand years more (Genesis 5:5).
On the other hand, the Anuist biblical doctrine of a destructible, finite and condemnable soul is one of bondage and spiritual stagnation. This conception of the human soul would later form the basis of the horrifying doctrines of the final judgment and eternal damnation. The Judeochristian current promotes the belief that Man has only one life, his soul belongs to the 'one true god' of monotheism, upon death its fate is solely in the hands of its 'divine judge' and he will have all the power to condemn it to the fire for having not followed the teachings of his 'one true religion' in life. Can you see why the doctrine of just one life and a mortal soul dependent on a supposed 'one true god' such as the biblical Yahweh has been so attractive for the elite of the tyrannical theocracies of the Judeochristian current? With such a theology the Anuist religious leaders have instilled into their victims an enormous fear and thus they have subjected them to a mentality of blind obedience to their supposed authority. The Judeochristian religion has always been a religion of fear and emotional blackmail.
In the end, the Enkist view of the soul which teaches that the human being is gifted with a spiritual component that transcends physical death presents us with a great hope of being reborn on individual terms and continuing on the path of our true spiritual evolution whereas the biblical doctrine that the soul lives only once, is subjected to complete extinction and ultimately its fate lies in the hands of a sole divine judge for all eternity is a gloomy prison that subjects us to the joke of an oppressive religion through fear and keeps us under the psychological slavery of the malevolent entities who wish to control us.
The truth is that long before the Jewish concept of the resurrection of the dead followed by the divine judgment (around the 4th century BCE) and the later church doctrines of heaven and hell (the first centuries of the Common Era) many great ancestral religions and esoteric traditions conceived that the human soul was immortal by nature and some of them taught explicitly that the vital essence of Man transcended death and was reborn once more in another body within this material world. The concept of reincarnation was very common in the pre-christian Pagan world.
In ancient Egyptian culture it was believed that in the moment of physical death the Ka, in other words the life essence and what corresponds with the soul or spirit in other religions, remains alive and travels to the world of the afterlife. For the Egyptians, the Ka was an immortal component of the human being. Some scholars have also suggested that the Egyptian religion contained vestiges of a primordial belief in the transmigration of souls. Historians of antiquity such as the Roman theologian Tertullian and the Egyptian priest Manetho mentioned in their writings that the teachings of the god Thoth in the ancient Egyptian religion included the doctrine of the reincarnation of the soul and those in turn had their origin in the even more ancient religion of Osiris which was taught to the primeval human civilizations that existed even before the great flood (Don Schorn, 2009i). Other Egyptian texts such as the Papyrus of Anana from the XIX dynasty make reference to the transmigration of souls after death claiming that "Men do not live only once and then depart, but rather they live many lives in many places, although it is not always in this world" (Don Schorn, 2009ii). Let's remember that the Egyptian god Thoth, a great divine teacher of theology, esoteric sciences and the mysteries, was identical to Ningishzidda, a son of Enki and a deity of the underworld and of wisdom, in the Sumerian religion. The doctrine of reincarnation constituted a central tenet in the pre-dynastic Egyptian religion, found itself in an almost outmoded state in the dynastic age giving way to the concept of the underworld of the dead and then regained its popularity from about the 6th century BCE (Don Schorn, 2009iii).
In the Hindu religion, the millennial spiritual current of India, it is taught that the Atman or the soul of Man is eternal and incarnates itself once more in another body after death. Eastern religions such as Hinduism are characterized by the doctrine of Saṃsāra, the continuous cycle of birth, life, death and incarnation, according to which the soul wanders in this world and passes through various states of existence until finding Moksha or liberation from the cycle. The most ancient records of the doctrine of reincarnation in the Indic religious tradition are found in the Rig Veda (Krishnan, 1997iv), a literary body composed around 1500 BCE, although the concept may have had its origin in pre-vedic ages (Laumakis, 2008v; Kaipayil, 2009vi). It is important to note that the concept of reincarnation has suffered great changes throughout the history of the Indic religion. For example, under the ancient vedic view the transmigration of souls tended to be regarded as nothing more than a cycle of nature and the soul was moved by its inherent power whereas under the later upanishadic view it was taught that the soul was trapped in the undesirable cycle of Saṃsāra and reincarnated in the world due to the accumulation of its Karma (Krishnan, 1997vii; Laumakis, 2008viii). In the end, the Hinduism of today is very different from the original Hindu spirituality and although the doctrine of reincarnation is still conserved its teachings with regards to it have became rather corrupted in the post-vedic epochs and are now alienated from their original essence.
The concepts of the immortality of the soul and reincarnation were very much present also in the esoteric religions and the metaphysical philosophy of ancient Greece. Metempsychosis, the transmigration of the soul after death, was taught by Socrates (470-399 BCE) and then popularized by Plato (428-348 BCE), the Athenian founder of Western philosophy, regarded as the 'Western Father' of the doctrine of reincarnation (Don Schorn, 2009ix). However, even before the time of Socrates and Plato the teaching of metempsychosis was already well rooted in the metaphysical thought of the Greek esoteric schools. In the 6th century BCE Pythagoras of Samos and his followers founded the Pythagorean school and taught an esoteric 'ancient knowledge' according to which the transmigration of souls was one of the natural laws of the universe (Don Schorn, 2009x). Pythagoreanism was in turn related to the even more ancient Orphic sect whose main doctrine maintained that the human soul was of divine origin and therefore immortal, but was doomed to live for a while in a painful cycle of reincarnations with the purpose of learning the lessons of life, purifying itself and rejoining its divine creator (Don Schorn, 2009xi). It is true to say that this concept resembles closely the doctrines of Saṃsāra, Karma and Moksha in the Hindu religious thought of the same epoch. In the end, metempsychosis existed in Greek esoteric and philosophical though throughout classical antiquity and certainly had its origin in an underlying primeval spirituality of pre-classical times.
Other ancient Indoeuropean peoples such as the Celts, Teutons and Nordics also included the doctrine of the transmigration of souls in their religious practices. The Druids, a priestly class of the Celtic culture, taught that the human soul survives death and comes back in order to live a series of lives in distinct bodies (Koch, 2006xii). The same concept is found in the ancient Nordic sagas and it is thought that the belief in reincarnation was common among the Nordic peoples prior to the influence of Christianity in the medieval age (Jakobsdóttir, 2002xiii). Likewise, the teaching was very widespread among many non-Indoeuropean peoples such as the Mayans, the Incas, the North American Indians and the Inuits (Mills & Slobodin, 1994xiv), indigenous cultures that emphasized the cyclic nature of this world.
However, the conception of the afterlife was very different in the ancient Mesopotamian worldview. Unlike the neighboring Egyptian culture which embraced a favorable and hopeful vision of the beyond, the Akkadians and the Babylonians held quite a bleak and disheartening conception of life after death. For the Mesopotamians, in the moment of death the souls of the departed descended to Irkalla or the underworld, ruled by the goddess Ereshkigal, where they were doomed to live a shadowy and empty existence as ghosts regardless of whether they had lived a noble life or a life of dishonor. This doctrine resembles closely the concepts of the Sheol in the later Hebrew tradition and the underworld of Hades in Greek mythology. Thus it can be considered that this ancient Mesopotamian concept was the forerunner of hell in the Christian tradition (Luke 16:19-31; 2 Peter 2:4). The Mesopotamian underworld was a place of suffering and hardships.
But one question remains: If the afterlife is nothing more than a shadowy existence in the infernal depths then for what purpose did Enki, the creator father and benefactor of Humanity, give Man a divine soul which would present him always alive even after his death? And for what purpose will he have granted to Adapa (Adam), his human son and his most faithful priest, the great knowledge of heaven but not immediate immortality? What is certain is that here something doesn't quite fit.
We must understand something very important. Until recently it was believed that the Mesopotamian view of the afterlife was constant and significantly unchanged throughout millennia; however, now we can know that such wasn't really the case and therefore it is quite unlikely that relatively late texts such as Inanna's Descent to the Underworld and the Epic of Gilgamesh present us with an accurate reflection of the nature of the beliefs of the afterlife in the early Sumerian religion (Cohen, 2005xv). Let's bear in mind that many of the texts that present a dreary vision of a dark and gloomy underworld which supposedly imprisons the souls of all the deceased regardless of their level of morality in life were composed in the 2nd millennium and therefore after the invasion of Anu-Yahweh and the destruction of the Babel civilization at the hands of his extraterrestrial henchmen around 2000 BCE (see Tower of Babel). When the evil Anuists invaded the Earth by military means, banished our Gods and destroyed the Babel civilization, they corrupted many of its religious teachings and suppressed much of Man's ancient knowledge. Anu-Yahweh and his malevolent clique erased any notion of reincarnation from the popular Mesopotamian religion and replaced the original spiritual doctrine with their concept of a hellish afterlife.
The Enkist spirituality imparted by the Serpent of Eden, that of the divine Babel civilization and of the other great primeval civilizations founded by the original Gods of the Serpent faction, has always taught the divine secrets of reincarnation, the sacred science of the Kundalini and the achievement of godhood. In fact, since ancient times the serpent has been considered a symbol of divine knowledge, the magical arts, the raising of the Kundalini and also the cycle of reincarnation, since just as the soul leaves its body behind and incarnates itself once again the serpent sheds its skin and takes a new form. When Enki gifted to Adapa the knowledge of the gods instead of the secret of immediate material immortality, he wanted us to understand the immortality of the soul which he himself gave us and know the secrets of its growth and its authentic spiritual immortality (the raising of the Kundalini).
On the other hand, the doctrinal current of the Anuists has always sought to instill into us the ideas that there is nothing after death except a somber and solitary jail in the underworld, an empty existence of little hope in an abyss of darkness, a feared judgment before a divine authority and a shocking punishment at the hands of supernatural entities. That horrifying vision of the afterlife didn't begin with the doctrine of hell in the Christian tradition nor with the concept of the Sheol in Judaism; the Anuists had already attempted to push that doctrine in several more ancient religions such as the Mesopotamian one ever since their invasion of the Earth some 4000 years ago.
The two visions of the afterlife have been great rivals for millennia and even long before the founding of the Judeochristian religion. The Enkist one has been a great message of hope and rebirth for Humanity whereas the contrary view of the Anuists has been nothing more than a disheartening and enslaving doctrine. I will let you decide which is in favor of Man and which is the adversary of our growth.
The Tower of Babel, the Anuist Invasion of the Earth, Kali Yuga and the Archontic Phenomenon
At the end of the 3rd millennium there occurred a catastrophic event which would change the course of Mankind's history forever. In that fateful time the legendary Babel civilization, the last true bastion of the authentic Enkist spiritual current located right in the heart of Mesopotamia, was destroyed by malevolent invaders of divine origin and much of the great ancient spiritual knowledge of our Gods was suppressed and condemned to the abyss of oblivion. That occurrence would affect our cycle of reincarnation in a very negative way.
In the biblical Genesis the same happening is retold as the myth of the Tower of Babel. The Bible recounts that when the sages from the east settled in the land of Sinar (Sumeria) whose king was the great hunter Nimrod, built there a city and began to edify a great tower whose top reached heaven, Yahweh of the Elohim saw that the whole world spoke one sole language, realized that the men had began the work, came down to Earth accompanied by his divine henchmen and confounded the speech of the men so that they would cease to construct the tower (Genesis 11:1-9). In this allegory, when it is interpreted esoterically, the unified language of Man refers to the perfect alignment of the chakras of the occult anatomy, the act of baking the bricks with fire in order to build the tower is an allegorical reference to the activation of the fire of the Kundalini which progressively opens the chakras, the peak which reaches heaven symbolizes the raising of the Kundalini up to the seventh chakra, the celestial one, located in the crown; and the work which the men have began means the Opus Magnum: our achievement of godhoodxvi. It is for that reason that the city was called Bab-ilani (Babel), the 'gateway of the gods'. The men of the Babel civilization practiced the authentic Enkist spirituality whose main purpose is nothing less than the deification of Man.
The Epic of Enmerkar, a very ancient Sumerian text which resembles closely the content of Genesis 11, speaks of a mythical Golden Age during the reign of king Enmerkar, the Sumerian precursor of the biblical Nimrod, in which there was no fear nor terror, Man had no rival, the language of the land of Sumer was in full harmony and the whole world praised Enlil (Yes, Enlil!) in unison and in one sole tongue. According to the same account, it is Enki who unifies the speech of Humanity so that it may be one! The Babel civilization was not a land of spiritual confusion as the later Judeochristian tradition claims; it was a civilization of spiritual harmony and of great learning under the tutelage of our authentic Gods.
However, all that harmony would come to an end with the invasion of our planet by Anu-Yahweh who came down to Earth accompanied by his heavenly legions and destroyed the original spiritual order. The Anuists made war with our Gods, banished them from the Earth, confounded the spiritual functioning of Man with their accursed extraterrestrial black magic and subjected the whole world to their dominion. Thus Anu-Yahweh and his malefic 'angels' took over the Earth. Curiously many ancient mythological records recount episodes of wars among the gods around the same epoch. The Babylonian Erra Epos relates a fierce military showdown between the gods of Anu and the gods of Marduk in which many of the Enkist cities were obliterated. The Erra Epos would later form the foundation of the biblical account of the annihilation of Sodom and Gomorra (Sitchin, 2011xvii). Likewise, a Sumerian literary body known as the Lamentations of Sumer bears witness to the desolation of the cities of Enki and the evacuation of our Gods from the Earth. In the end, the last paleo-apocalypse was a military invasion of the malevolent gods which ended up wiping out the Babel civilization and resulted in the exile of the original Gods.
Since then the whole world fell into an age of darkness characterized by the absence of the true gods and the progressive corruption of spirituality. That time is named the Iron Age in Greek mythology and Kali Yuga, the era of filth, in the Hindu tradition. This age is characterized by moral decadence, extreme violence, obscurantism, the forgetting of the authentic spirituality, political corruption, deceit and false religion. Kali Yuga is the time of the rule of the impostor god Anu-Yahweh (El-Saturn-Kronos), the evil god of this world, the one whom the ancient Gnostics called the malevolent Demiurge. That malefic entity who masquerades as the 'creator god' took over our world some 4000 years ago after banishing our original Gods and now he and his evil 'angels', called Archons in the Gnostic cosmology, rule over our planet in a surreptitious manner from the astral plane and have us subjected to their system of control. They are a demonic extraterrestrial clique who hijacked the Earth after their victory in the last apocalyptic divine war just prior to the mysterious and sudden demise of the Sumerian civilization.
This concept of the archontic phenomenon which supposes that the world has been sequestered by a faction of malevolent entities is clearly seen also in the ancient prophetic text called the Prophecy of Thoth. According to the great god Thoth, Hermes in the Greek esoteric tradition and Ningishzidda in the ancient Sumerian religion, in the endtimes the world would be overshadowed by darkness and evil, the original Gods would become absent from the Earth, authentic religion would degenerate, the belief in the soul as divine and immortal would be mocked and worst of all only EVIL ANGELS would remain! This revelation of Thoth resembles closely the situation of Kali Yuga in the Indic apocalyptic tradition according to which during Kali Yuga the world is governed by the demon Kali and the demonic powers Koka and Vikoka. Curiously the Greeks also believed that the great gods walked together with men on Earth in the golden eras of yesteryear, but then they disappeared from our world around 2000 BCE. With the absence of the Gods of Enki, Mankind is at the mercy of the archontic order of the impostor Anu-Yahweh who still has his dominion over the planet.
Why do I mention all this now? Well because this cosmic situation greatly affects the cycle of reincarnation up until the present day.
Reincarnation and the Present Situation
Many readers want to know what awaits the soul in the moment of death. Here I shall present the teachings of our Gods with regards to this matter. All the information in relation to the afterlife that I present here can be found at this Enkist website.
When the physical body dies, the soul departs from the flesh and enters the astral plane. Separated from the material world, there it wanders and comes across all kinds of entities. Some are Enkist warriors who have projected themselves onto the astral plane where they do combat against the hijackers of our planet and others are henchmen of Anu-Yahweh, the so-called 'angels', filthy Anuist Nordics, Saurians and Greys who surround our planet from the astral and work as our archontic jailers.
When the soul of the deceased leaves for the astral plane it is already at the mercy of those entities who are on the prowl out there. Some people who have lived near-death experiences testify that they felt themselves pass through a dark tunnel, at the end saw a great beautiful landscape like paradise and even found themselves with beings of light who awaited them there. Other witnesses say that they were in a dark and solitary abyss which resembled our conception of hell. However, those respective astral places are nothing more than treacherous Anuist thoughtforms and behind that famous light there awaits a terrible trap of the archons: the astral energy prisons of the evil Anu-Yahweh.
If the wandering soul is founded by a warrior of Enki on the astral, in that case it is rescued from the claws of the Anuist jailers and taken to Orion, the cosmic home of the Enkites, where it can rest and plan well its next incarnation. On the other hand, if the soul is seized by the henchmen of Anu-Yahweh first, then it finds itself trapped in the Anuist energy vortex and there it remains as a spiritual slave of the malevolent archons.
Now we can understand how the concepts of the shadowy underworld and the abyss of torment in the ancient mythologies got their form. Now we can see why in some ancient cultures the original doctrine of reincarnation began to wane and was replaced by the idea of descent to hell. At the end of the 3rd millennium the Anuists took over our world, both physical and astral, and since then they disrupt our natural metempsychotic cycle and often place our souls in their astral prisons between incarnations. It is for that reason that many of the Mesopotamian religious texts written in the 2nd millennium (after the infamous Anuist invasion) begin to describe the afterlife as a shadowy and empty existence as a ghost in a dark and infernal abyss. It is for that reason that the doctrine of reincarnation fell out of fashion for a while in the dynastic Egypt before resurfacing since the 6th century BCE.
This latter case, that of captivity at the hands of the astral goons of Anu-Yahweh, is a dreadful situation for the soul. First she will be tormented and used as an energy source by the parasitic Anuist archons. What awaits us behind that beautiful and shining paradise is nothing more and nothing less than an enormous Anuist astral gulag if you will. Then she will be 'washed', 'reformatted' and reincarnated by the Anuists by force and against her will. Often the 'angels' of Anu-Yahweh, the malevolent impostor god of this world, will erase her memories of previous incarnations, incarnate her in an adverse and hostile environment contrary to her spiritual quest and inoculate her with weaknesses such as proneness to depression, disabilities, psychological illnesses and traumas so that she reincarnates herself weaker and her suffering is greater in his next life. This is the case even more so with the rebellious souls who didn't submit to the presumed authority of Anu-Yahweh in their past lives.
Why do you think the Bible says that Yahweh, a jealous god, will punish those rebels, who despise him and bow before other gods, until the third of the fourth generation (Exodus 20:5)? Thus is the mentality of Anu; he seeks to punish all those who don't accept his one worldview and his one system.
Many souls who fell into the insidious trap of Anu-Yahweh and his archontic 'angels' are forced to incarnate in countries and regions which are not right for them, in hostile and conflictive families, in adverse communities where the Anuist spirit is very strong such as Judeochristian, Muslim, etc., in bodies with severe illnesses and profound mental afflictions, and with no concrete spiritual course. Many rebellious souls who are in this situation, myself included, feel a lot of pain, a lot of anguish, a lot of suffering and a lot of frustration in this life. We feel alone, isolated, misfits, unsatisfied and misunderstood. We sense that we don't fit in anywhere and we perceive that we are shipwrecked in an alien world from a young age. Many of us, when we are still ignorant of the cosmic situation, become involved in religions in search of answers and seek our salvation in the churches. Little do we know that in reality we are only worshiping our own adversary, abuser and executioner. Such harmful situation can go on for years until we experience an inexplicable liberating 'awakening'. Anu-Yahweh, that accursed Saturn-Kronos, is the sower of the seeds of the suffering in our lives and the reaper of sorrow. He designs our reincarnative courses and subjects us to unfavorable incarnations with the purpose of making us suffer as a punishment.
Obviously the first case, that of an Enkist rescue on the astral, is a lot better for us. In this case the fortunate soul is translated to the abode of our Gods in the constellation of Orion straight away and there she can plan her new incarnation with the help of our Enkist guides and on her own terms in a calm environment. Unlike the forced reincarnation of the victims of the Anuists, the souls rescued by the Enkites are free to incarnate themselves with a specific spiritual quest and can choose a more ideal life for themselves. What is certain is that they will never be forced to incarnate against their own desires and in an environment detrimental for their spiritual development. Thus the soul will have a greater opportunity to live a prosperous and happy life in her next incarnations.
The reincarnative situation since the ancient Anuist invasion may seem very horrible and it is, but at least I can give some good news. At present all humans who have made their commitment to Enki and have joined the great Enkist family in a formal manner are rescued by our Gods, often by their own guides, and are taken to the abode of Enki in Orion. THAT IS WITHOUT ANY EXCEPTION. When we perform the ritual of commitment, the sigil of Enki is embedded in the aura of our soul and that protects us and allows for our Gods to find us in the moment of our departure to the astral. There they can identify us immediately, fight against the Anuist archons who wish to lock us up, and get us out of no man's land on the astral in order to 'repatriate' us on the Orionite world. It is for that reason that the ritual of commitment is of utmost importance and it is a so vital must for any sincere Enkist.
Before closing this topic, I would like to say something with regards to the popular doctrine of Karma which pervades Buddhism, present day Hinduism, the New Age Movement and various other modern spiritualities. The reality is that the concept of karmic debt comes straight from Anu and this doctrine is the oriental equivalent of the perverse 'Original Sin' of the abrahamic current. Similar to the lapsarian biblical worldview, the doctrine of Karma teaches that each man is born with the burden of the Karma of the sins of his previous lives, he is the sole culprit of his suffering in this life, he needs to suffer in order to acquit himself of his accumulated moral debts and requires religious intervention, that of the Anuists of course, in order to save himself from his 'sinful state'. It could even be said that the doctrine of Karma is the twin brother of 'Original Sin'. In reality there is no Karma; that is solely an invention of Anu-Yahweh whose purpose is to enslave us in a web of guilt and subject us to the yoke of the oppressive philosophies and empty pseudo-spiritualities of the archons. Karmic punishment is no solution for the moral problems of Humanity; it is only an enslaving prison which keeps man in a state of stagnation. Knowledge and enlightenment are the real solution, things which Anu doesn't allow us.
As we saw previously the doctrine of Karma in its present day sense was a relatively late development in the Hindu religion and came about since the upanishadic age. In the earlier vedic tradition the concepts of karmic debt and the cycle of Saṃsāra were practically absent and the transmigration of souls tended to be regarded as a natural cycle and something positive driven by the vital force of the soul itself instead of an obligation with the purpose of atoning for the ties of past life sins. In the end, the Hinduism of today is not the same as the original Indic religion, harbors many Anuist corruptions since millennia ago and now at the peak of Kali Yuga it is considerably alienated from the original authentic Enkist spirituality.
Beloved readers, I hope that I have made clear how the process of reincarnation works in the present day. Now the astral plane is in a very chaotic state and the damn Anuist archons keep imprisoning the souls who are not under the protection of Enki and forcing them to incarnate against their will, but all this ordeal will come to an end after the liberation of the Earth and the metempsychotic cycle will return to its normal state with the advent of Satya Yuga.
¡GLORY TO ENKI!
¡GLORY TO ALL OUR GREAT GODS OF ORION!
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