Living Crystals of Atlantis, II

By request, some more information about the later Atlantean cultures, their technology, and what relevance this has to our own continuum. (It is very hard to go far enough back in the time streams and experience the original Atlantean emergence. The probability currents for the aggregation of beings, both subtle and gross (biological) that make up the Atlantean line diverge.

Since anyone able to understand these writings knows neither the past or the future has any inherently determinate existence without relationship to the present moment, this difficulty is visible. What is presented here about earlier Atlantean beings is derived from the last processional cycle–approx. a range limit of 25,000 BCE), and is thus already restricted to linear modalities.

The Atlanteans were very attached to their homes. This is not surprising because they originated from “heavenly” beings who projected their consciousness into this material world. Their whole “thrust” was into the establishment of “points” of focus and “rotating” their conscious awareness through the life cycle of different creatures. At first, they still had identification with their “subtle” bodies; that is that part of their consciousness that existed outside space/time continuum they were exploring.

Apparently, they did this for the pleasure of it, like some people like jumping into cold swimming pools. “It’s great once you get in.” So they took up bodies–actually, at first, they took up species. Individual lives were beyond the very earliest Atlanteans. They experienced continuities, not objects. At first, they didn’t even understand objective existence, only the rhythms of process. Intrigued, to cut the story short, they kept going deeper and deeper, until many of them (not all) lost consciousness of the process of the larger order–the whole interlinked life of the planet– and started incarnating as herds, flocks, whatever until they lost multi-dimensional consciousness altogether and individualized.

Even then, they could pass from one individual body to another. They thought this was great progress. Death was still incomprehensible to them. After assuming individual form–they had decided on a particular anthropoid for the base–they used their great mental powers and recreated the creature into a pattern they felt was “superior.” They informed the creature, and by their presence disrupted the “natural” evolution of the beings.

Some were more successful–or interested– than others at this adaptation. Some of the newly made beings were deformed; that is, the Atlantean mind in attempting to merge the energies mistook–or did it deliberately for fun–the form, and there were altered creatures with wings, hooved legs, etc.; part human, part beast. Few of these were fertile, but because they had been created with higher orders of energy they lived for very long periods of time.

The very first Atlanteans were physically very big. The so-called “giants” of the Bible, the myths of the Titans, are all reflections of these events. The greater the power of the informing corporeal, the longer the life of the individual being. Some of them lived for a thousand or more years in the same body. They got to liking it, and eventually the embodiment inside a furnace of life–which they felt intensely, and that was why they were drawn into biological forms in the first place– they got developed a preference for the SAME form.

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Psychologically, this was characteristic of everything they did. Even as they continued what we think of as a DESCENT, or “falling out of heaven,” they were thrilled with the apparently endless possibilities of temporal embedment. They were also physiologically fragile. Without the great powers of the indwelling noncorporeal, these forms could not survive in the natural biosphere.

For this reason, a special environment was created for them, a large continental landmass informed by their minds from the earth’s substance. It is this now vanished surface that we call “Atlantis.” It is interesting to note that there was already at this time a separation of the Atlanteans into two continua. There were those who “stopped” going further into the biological receptacles and kept their greater mind powers. There were those who plowed right ahead with ever-increasing fascination in sensuality.

Early on, these beings were very, very clever. They had only to look at something, so to speak, and understand its very essence, how it came into being, what its functions were, and what its destiny was. As they become more embedded, of course, they lost this power.

But notice this, they began to compensate with material devices. There were those who perceived that their effects were disruptive to the planet and who believed this was a violation of divine nature. This stream of consciousness is partly what Cayce called the Children of One. Those Atlanteans who pooh-poohed the notion that there was ANY divinity in nature beyond their own existence can be summarized with the label “Children of Belial.” They are also called the Children of Light and Darkness.

To be fair–or at least a little compassionate–the motivations of the Darkbound were to survive as physiological creatures. They did not use the concept of “colonization,” because they had no “homeland” consciousness from which to derive the idea.

But in effect, they had established a colony, and they wanted it to survive. This was actually an impulse they “picked up” from the creatures’ instinctive urges, but they did not yet see how they were becoming irreparably merged with the matter and the corresponding alterations of their own self-awareness. And then they discovered death. You have to realize the structural mechanics of these beings and their created biological matrices.

There was a root grasping of all the biological functions of the process. At least, in the beginning, they were conscious of every cell, every mitochondrion, every pulse of life. They indwelled in this, it is what attracted them, this flying, sparkling articulation of energy. But, as they spent time in their bodies–and we are talking thousands of years– they quite simply took all this for granted and forgot about it– and started drinking with external objects.

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They were fascinated with the transference of function *without* sustained concentration on their parts. Each to their own, I suppose. As their technology increased, their concentration on their bodies diminished. They were, in essence, projecting their consciousness even further into solidity. They liked playing with toys. And what wondrous toys by our standards. But the cost was to get out of touch–like being stranded on an island in the middle of a deep surging river–with the base functions of their bodies. They could no longer move from one to another “at will.”

Surprise. No problem.

They came up with a device to attain these functions. This technology–in all its permutations–is what will be recovered from the repositories now being uncovered, such as the Chamber of Records in Egypt. And these solutions served only to embed them further into their solid state. It amazes me to see that denial was in full bloom 25,000 years ago, just as it is today. But, as you may have already guessed, their technology was a dead end. Literally.

As they reproduced biologically, their physical size continued to diminish as the base anthropoid form escaped from their conscious control. So they started using enormous amounts of energy to maintain their corporeality. The upshot of this was to create a magnetic vacuole beneath their island continent. It fractured the crust, sent a shudder through the entire planet, creating the wobble in the earth’s axis we call the precession of the equinoxes.

And we are still about 80,000 years in the past when this happened. They didn’t have a clue the earth would or even could respond in that way. They had lost that global or holistic sense of understanding because they had substituted machinery for mental effort, though most of it lacked what we would call moving parts, even further fragmenting their awareness’s into physical senses. Oops. The highest accomplishment of their material creation was the “living crystals.” These were to their consciousness what transistors are to ours.

And it is in the last 20,000 years of Atlantis that these technologies came into full blossom, which is still 32,500 years BCE. Cayce has done a beautiful job of rendering what it was like as the people came to understand their dilemma. The objects in the temples were divine–they contained all the store of sensual impression collected back into the far dim mists of the Origin Time, which they now knew only second hand. But that divinity was now outside of themselves, so they now thought, and that’s what we inherited as collective archetypal consciousness when we, their slaves, were finally freed.

But that’s another story.

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