THE MESSIANIC SOUL
THE SOUL OF THE MESSIAH
a. The Soul of the Messiahs is a vast Soul with many different aspects and dimensions.
b. All the great teachers of humankind have come from this Group Soul.
c. Different parts of the Soul may manifest in different places and times in history, but they are all working together for the benefit of humankind.
d. Whenever humanity reaches a point of dire need, a great cry goes out from the earth plane. This plea for help evokes a response from those who dwell upon the plane of the Messiahs.
THE LIFE OF A MESSIAH
a. A Messiah does not come into this world fully developed spiritually. There is much work to be done before he can draw on his Supernal Source, and bring its energy through to the earth plane.
b. A Messiah needs to go through a period of intense spiritual training where he is prepared for his work and his centers are developed and stimulated.
c. He also needs to receive a strong foundation in spiritual wisdom.
d. And He needs to understand the nature of the trials and tribulations of life in this world.
THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE MESSIAH
a. A Messiah will possess profound wisdom and compassion.
b. A powerful force of love will radiate out from him.
c. He will have the ability to heal illness and transform personality flaws.
d. A Messiah will have the gift of prophecy.
THE WORK OF THE MESSIAH
a. The work of the Messiah is to take humanity forward in its spiritual evolution.
b. He teaches us a new way of thinking.
c. He demonstrates a different approach to life.
d. He anchors new energies on the earth plane.
e. A Messiah shatters the fabric of our mundane physical reality and lifts us into higher states of awareness.
THE ONE WHO COMES
a. Like any other neshama or Group Soul, the Soul of the Messiahs has many different levels. The individual that incarnates as the Messiah can potentially come from any part of the Group Soul.
b. The actual world conditions at the moment of his incarnation will determine which part of the Soul of the Messiahs responds to humanity’s call.
c. For a Messiah to work on the physical plane there needs to be individuals who are prepared to take up his energy and mission.
d. Preparing the ground for the Messiah is the work of the prophet Elijah who comes as the forerunner of the Messiah.
e. If humanity is prepared for the Messiah’s arrival, then a high aspect of the Soul will incarnate upon earth, and the transformation that he will accomplish will be extraordinary.
f. If humanity is behind in its evolution, and unprepared for the revelation the Messiah has to offer, then a lower aspect of the Soul will incarnate, and he will have a lesser impact on the life and consciousness of humankind.
THE MANIFESTATION OF THE MESSIAH
a. The Messiah can manifest in a number of different ways.
b. He can come to a particular people and a particular place. His work will then spread out from that cultural and geographic location to other countries around the world.
c. Alternatively, there can be a Messiah that comes to each of the world religions who are awaiting the arrival of a Great One.
d. Or there can be both at once: A Messiah who comes to advance each religion, as well as another great soul, who comes to lead the whole of humanity forward onto the next stage in our collective evolution.