How will humankind react after astronomers hand over rock-solid scientific evidence for the existence of life beyond the Earth? No more speculating. No more wondering. The moment scientists announce this discovery, everything will change. Not least of all, our philosophies and religions will need to incorporate the new information.
The Source (God) continues to answer the questions of the participants in The Mystery School. In order to know our future and the energies the Earth is moving into – along with all that live upon Her – we must learn the history of Earth’s past and why older energies – such as that of the Dinosaurs – must be dispersed. The new energy is the 5th Energy, the energy that is coming from the suns aligned with the core of suns reaching back to the Creative Source of the All. It is from here that the Christ energy is flooding on the Earth. You may read more here.
The religions of the book, Judaism, Christianity and Islam trace their origins to a common Ancestor, Abraham. A question about the Kaaba at Mecca is brought up, and Ibrahim (the name given in the papers of the Islamic faith) is mentioned. New Caledonia – Scotland in modern languages – is raised, and questions to the Oracle come thick and fast about Jesus in England, Mother Mary in Scotland, and the Tomb of The Prophet at Rozabal (North Kashmir) is referenced by Jalarm.
The Kaaba is a large cube-shaped building worshipped by millions of the Islamic faithful in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. It is a black box draped with black and gold cloth around it. The group explores the origins of the nomadic peoples of that region, and how they fought wars, settled and formed cities. The group speculates that the origins of the black box could be far back in human history. The Mystery School also explores the question of the Crucifixion of Jesus. You can read more about the Kabaa and the travels of Jesus of Nazareth here.
Amma’Na’Tha is a first person narrative of Mary Magdalene, and her relationship with Yeshua, who was her husband. Mary Magdalen has been a much maligned figure in Christianity and has borne the dark side – the shadow – of the Church and its attitudes towards women.