How To End All War Forever
“Even this is my vow steadily pursued, that I never give up on a person that is terrified, nor one that is devoted to me, nor one that seeks my protection, saying that he is destitute, nor one that is afflicted, nor one that has come to me, nor one that is weak in protecting oneself, nor one that is solicitous of life. I shall never give up on such a one till my own life is at an end.” – King Yudhisthira of India from the Mahabharata 3500 BC
As I’m writing my next book I have been coming across information that can absolutely transition humanity out of warfare.
Contrary to what many think and espouse, humanity is not destined to always be at war or has it always been. At one time in the distant past we were peaceful and enjoyed the earth and it’s bounty.
As we descended deeper into a dualistic vibration we began to enter into conflict.
My thoughts on December 21, 2012 are that it is a time of change. We have descended as far into the depths of duality as we could go without completely destroying each other. We experienced all that we wanted and are now ascending back towards a less dualistic world. Eventually this world will once again contain no war as it once did.
The process is already unfolding and rumors of great wars and major terrorist attacks are disinformation and fear mongering to take us off focus.
- The first step in the process that we should focus on is what is called Dharma.
I have written about Dharma in my next book. Dharma means Law or Natural Law and is a concept of central importance in Indian philosophy and religion. As well as referring to Law in the universal or abstract sense dharma designates those behaviours considered necessary for the maintenance of the natural order of things. Therefore dharma may encompass ideas such as duty, vocation, religion and everything that is considered correct, proper or decent behaviour.
The idea of dharma as duty or propriety derives from an idea found in India’s ancient legal and religious texts that there is a divinely instituted natural order of things (rta) and justice, social harmony and human happiness require that human beings discern and live in a manner appropriate to the requirements of that order. Dharma states that there are guidelines or rules that must be obeyed varying from place to place . The source of any individuals dharma lies in the nature of each individual and is part of their customs and practices. According to the various Indian religions, such as Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, and Sikhism, beings that live in accordance with dharma proceed more quickly toward dharma yukam, moksha or nirvana (personal liberation). The antonym of dharma is adharma, meaning unnatural or immoral.
In my life as Yudhisthira a huge war was fought over the setting of Dharma into reality. Here is a quote from that chapter:
As the armies faced off against each other Arjuna wheeled his chariot out between the two armies. It was at this point that he began to have a change of heart in fighting the upcoming battle in which he would be fighting against many of his relatives and friends. It was also at this point that his friend and chariot driver Krishna began a dialog with him. This dialog is what makes up perhaps the more memorable parts of the Mahabharata, the Bhagavad Gita.
I’m including what I feel is a part that relates with my own life path throughout many lifetimes as I will relate in this book. During this lifetime as Yudhisthira I also had a close friendship with Krishna and learned many truths. Krishna was an avatar or what we might term now as a Christ figure. There have been several Christ incarnations throughout history. They have arrived in many different cultures that were ready for advanced information or that needed to be reminded of their relationship with source. As I will relate throughout this book I have incarnated with several different Christ figures. I have then returned in future lives to ground their work so that it continues its teachings. And now the words of Krishna:
“The refusal to accept the flow of the world is the root of all misery. Thus it is with you Arjuna. You want to control the world; you want the world to behave as you wish; it does not hence your anger and your grief. Changes in the material world are not random; they’re essentially the reaction of past actions. No event is spontaneous; it is the result of many past events. This is karma.” (Karma is often thought of as punishment or reward for actions but it is simply a reflection of your actions for learning purposes).
“The events of your life are a result of your past deeds, performed in this lifetime or the one before. You alone are responsible for it. Such is the law of karma. Unless you experience the reactions of past actions you will continue to be reborn. If you do not wish to be reborn, you must not generate karma. Actions that generate karma are different from those that do not. In the former the ego has a territorial hold on its actions. In the later it does not. This moment Arjuna is the result of past actions, yours, of those behind you, and those before you, accept it, don’t fight it. This war is destined to happen. You cannot wish it away.”
“Your intellect can choose how to react to a particular situation. Often there is so much conditioning. There is little thought between stimulation and reaction. But the option exists. If the chosen reaction is meant to please the ego the cycle of karma continues. If the chosen reaction emerges from an awareness of the soul the cycle of karma grinds to a halt.”
“If you Arjuna fight this war in anger or righteous indignation, peace will elude you and you will be trapped in samsara (cycle of rebirth and death). If you fight this war with empathy and wisdom there will be liberation from samsara. To function with the soul as the reference point and not the ego you must first experience the soul. To experience the soul you must recognize the world for what it is and not what the measuring scale tells you. Remember the soul is watching everything, your intellect, your ego, your measuring scale and your responses to situations. It patiently awaits discovery. Suffering and rage will continue till you discover it. When will you discover it Arjuna? When will you find peace?”
Peace even while fighting a war? How Krishna, how? Asked Arjuna overwhelmed by the wisdom of Krishna’s words.
“With your head, replied Krishna. Analyze the situation and discover the roots of your emotions. Why do you feel what you feel? Are you being spurred on by your ego? Why do you wish to fight? Is it from the desire to dominate your enemies and win back your territories? Is it rage, which motivates you: the desire for vengeance or justice? Or are you detached from the outcome and at peace with the act you are about to perform?”
“With your heart have faith in the existence of the soul. Except that nothing happens without a reason. Except that all experiences have a purpose. Except that the soul does not favor either you or the Kauravas. Except that there is a reality greater than what you perceive. Except that infinite occurrences of the universe cannot be fathomed by the finite human mind. Surrender unconditionally even in the absence of evidence to the truth of the cosmos. “
“In humility there is faith. When there is faith there is no fear. Is it faith guiding your hand Arjuna? Or is it fear? With your actions engage with the world around you as a human not animal. Animals have no intellect. Their flesh is geared to its survival alone; that is why they, are fettered by the law of the jungle. Using their strength and cunning to stay alive.”
“Humans have intellect and yearn for meaning beyond survival. They have the unique ability to empathize with this need in others too. For they can sense the soul encased in all flesh. Humans alone of all living creatures can reject the law of the jungle and create a code of conduct based on empathy and directed at the discovery of the meaning of life. This is dharma.”
“To live in Dharma is to live without fear. To live in Dharma is to act in love. To live in dharma is to have others as a reference point not oneself. Function therefore in this war not like that insecure dog that barks to dominate and whines when dominated but like that secure cow that provides milk freely and follows the music of the divine. Do you fight this war to break the stranglehold of jungle law in human society Arjuna? If not you do not practice karma yoga.”
“Duryodhana does not subscribe to dharma. All his actions stem from fear. He helps those who comfort him. He rejects those who threaten him. He behaves like a beast guarding his territory. But he is not a beast he’s human, very much capable of shattering this delusion. His refusal to do so makes him demonic. Deserving of no pity. Your own refusal to fight also deserves no pity. It has its roots in fear, in a lack of empathy for the world.”
“Rather than save the world from the likes of Duryodhana you would rather comfort your ego that is terrified by the price demanded by this war. Your nobility is a delusion. It very cleverly masks your insecurities. That is not acceptable. The fight is not out there Arjuna it is inside you. Do not surrender to a situation that nurtures the ego. The war is not for you Arjuna but for civilized human conduct. Remember the point is not to win or lose the war. The point is not to kill enemies or acquire their lands. It is to establish dharma and in doing so discover the soul.”
“That is why I’m here Arjuna on earth as your charioteer, to establish dharma, to remind humans of their humanity. To show the intellect that path that leads to the soul and away from the ego. Every time humans feel purposeless and meaningless and fears succumb to the ego I descend to set things right. This has happened before, this will happen again and I will keep coming.”
“Rebirth is an affirmation that must be counted among the primordial affirmations of mankind”
– Carl Jung
So finding and knowing on a deep personal level right thinking or dharma is the first key towards ending all conflict. All major conflicts or major wars are now finished here on earth. At this point it will now be up to humanity to begin the process of exposing those that have been causing conflicts to continue. This process is currently ongoing and is beginning to accelerate.
- And now step two, which is to understand a life process that we must all go through. Once this process is understood we can recognize where we are at in the archetype of personal development. We can also more easily recognize where those who are conflicted are at in this process.
I will reveal another chapter during a life as the Nubian Head Charioteer General of Pharaoh Menes who was the unifier of Upper and Lower Egypt. This chapter will identify the different levels that must be reached by anyone on the path to higher awareness, love and peace. You first must embody these particular aspects before you can project them into your environment.
A small temple dedicated to Ptah was located within Karnak and contained an ebony statue of the Goddess Sekhmet standing in a small backroom holding a lotus to her heart in one hand and the Ankh of life in the other hand. The Ankh was the symbolic representation of both Physical and Eternal life. It was often carried by Pharaoh’s during ceremonies and almost always depicted in carvings and paintings in one of their hands along with scepters in the other hand. It is known as the original cross, and is a powerful symbol that also symbolizes the unity of male and female energies. The Nubian’s in Ancient Egypt originally created the Ankh.
By gazing into the eyes of Sekhmet you would be overcome by an intense emotion of compassion. In the past only the most fearless of warriors would dare gaze upon Sekhmet’s eyes. I have actually visited and entered a small chapel in Luxor that contains an exquisite statue of Sekhmet in this lifetime on the advice of Ahtun Re. The effect of gazing into Sekhmet’s eyes once again was quite amazing. I believe it was a key turning point of reawakening my abilities to thwart war in this life when I gazed upon Sekhmet’s statue once again after thousands of years.
In this past incarnation I would use compassion transmitted from Sekhmet to calm war. In turn the harmonics of thought learned through Ptah were utilized to transmit these compassionate thought forms to others throughout the kingdom and along our borders. I have brought forward these abilities again from that lifetime to be utilized once more to stop warfare.
I was erudite in the art of binding the lower and upper chakras of the human body. One of the skills developed by Nubian warrior priests was the communication with animals. Advanced warrior priests of the lioness Goddess Sekhmet could call whole prides of lions and or cheetahs in to battle with them. In one battle I was told that I had two lions yoked to a chariot and a pride of lions with me as we attacked. Elephant herds could also be called forth for use in battle. Nubian warriors were gifted runners and would run with lions into battle.
The Nubians would also call all the animals of an enemy’s city out during the night. The next morning the city would awaken with all of the animals having deserted them and they would realize that deity had abandoned them. As they looked out over the walls of the city they would see all of nature allied and gathered with the Pharaohs army against them. Even nature was calling them to justice. The old Tarzan movies, which were a favorite of mine as a young boy, were examples of this ancient ability to enlist the help of nature against a negative consciousness.
The training in the Nubian warrior priesthood was intended to keep balance in nature. To be a sacred warrior priest did not only mean the mastery of weapons and chariots, it also meant the mastery of the sacred cycles of nature. These were the real duties of the pharaoh priests and would begin with Mene’s.
Nubian archers were famous for their abilities and hieroglyphs often depicted the Nubian’s as a bow. Nubian warriors would be recognized for their formidable skill and courage in battle for thousands of years. The pharaohs special warfare warriors were often Nubian archers in horse drawn chariots which when combined would prove to be a great weapon, combining high speed, strength, durability and mobility that could not be matched by infantry.
King Menes (He is also known as Narmer) was the first pharaoh to unify Upper and Lower Egypt into one kingdom. He established his new capital city of Memphis on the banks of the Nile by diverting the river with dikes and thus creating a more defensible island. Menes was the founding king of the 1st Dynasty.
During the unification wars the pharaoh’s army practiced sacred warfare. Sacred warfare was the act of calling back to consciousness a city filled with people that had strayed into negativity. The idea was to bring about a change in consciousness by a vibratory resonance that was induced through drumming, trumpeting and singing while a city was surrounded. The playing of the musical instruments and singing or chanting would be marched in spiral form around the cities wall to increase the vibratory resonance. One of the gates of a city was left open so that people could leave the city freely. Warriors were also induced to leave from this gate as the people were drawn back into consciousness. So in effect we were calling back our kinfolk to consciousness.
The last stage before the occupation of the city was accomplished was pitting warrior against warrior. The remaining corrupt leadership, military commanders, priests and or merchants would go to trial and would be retrained if found guilty of corruption and manipulation. The city itself would be deconstructed or ceremonially cleansed and then rebuilt. Cities of the time were made of adobe bricks and just like the cycle of nature and the Nile there would be a death and renewal process. This deconstruction process, not to be confused with destroying the city and salting the earth, would remove old negative patterns and bring renewal.
The archetypes of mankind were known at this time and practiced as a way of understanding the greater pattern of behavior and progression towards enlightenment. An archetype is a model of a person, personality, or behavior. These archetypes were and are very important to understand because they are stepping-stones to higher spiritual consciousness, awareness and intuition. The archetypes are important to identify in yourself so that you can see where you are in the ascension process in your current lifetime. You can also see where others are at and have compassion for them because you have been through a similar process. It can also show you if you are stuck in one of the archetypes and what your next step is.
All masters, avatars, Christ incarnations or anyone with a great gift for leading humanity towards enlightenment will or has gone through these archtypes.
Eden – was considered the first archetype and where everything is considered perfect in your new world. You are considered innocent until you leave to explore your world.
Orphan – you experience pain and feel wounded from the separation from Eden. Feeling that pain you search for truth. Once you discover a truth that you believe in then you often become a warrior to protect it.
Warrior – often the same truth and wound that motivated you to become a warrior may also be motivating your enemy and this will move you to become a healer. When you realize that what you are warring against is often a reflection of what is within you then you wish to become a healer.
Healer – Healers must be cautious not to become a healer warrior. As a healer warrior we will heal the world by making war on evil. Healer warriors are always looking for something evil to heal. When you make the transition from warrior to healer you will synergize all the previous archetypes and become an alchemist.
Alchemist – An Alchemists presence begins to alter the environment. The nature of warfare will stop and a rejuvenation process can begin. Alchemists can help call people to consciousness and then the desire to share this information leads to the sage.
Sage – The communicators of the wisdom and truth of spiritual ascension.
There is a victory stela of Menes still in existence today that illustrates the idea of a deeper meaning for advanced initiates. Carved on this Stela or stone slab is a depiction of Pharaoh Menes with a club raised over his head. A bound person on his knees with the king gripping the top of his head illustrates what is often described as the king smiting his enemies in battle. This is the information that the average person would see and be told what this stela means and that would be sufficient for them.
On a deeper level for the beginning initiate it is a depiction of the death of the ego and victory of the soul over materiality. On even deeper levels of wisdom and knowledge this stela represents what Menes did in unifying Egypt and that is the binding of the negative side of our selves and the joining of the lower and upper chakras, similar to the joining of lower and Upper Egypt. Chakras are spinning wheels of energy located throughout our bodies. There are seven main chakras, starting with the lower chakras located at the base of the spine, in the sexual organs, and solar plexus. The upper chakras are located in the heart, throat, third eye and lastly the seventh or crown chakra located on at the top of the head. This is a simplistic description of the chakras because each corresponds to color, musical vibration note, glands in the body etc.
Knowledge easily acquired is that which the enduring self had in an earlier life, so that it flows back easily.
From “Theory of Reminiscence” by Plato
So in relation to the above archetypes where would you place yourself? As many of you will remember from my book The Intuitive Warrior I had a near death experience where I was visited by Archangel Michael.
It was from that point I moved from the healer warrior to the alchemist. As an alchemist I have been able to move into war torn environments and transform them from one of war to a more peaceful environment. As more of us transition out of the false healer warrior archetype and into the archetype of the healer and alchemist we will rapidly accelerate our transition out of warfare.
Step three and the final part worth doing to end warfare. This is the simplest but most affective step. Throughout your day send thoughts of love to go to any area that needs to be healed of warfare. These thoughts should come from the heart. The heart has a powerful mind of it’s own. Neurons similar to those found in the brain have also been found around the heart tissue. The electromagnetic field of the heart reaches out much farther than the brains.
Think of the love you are sending out originating from the heart.
Focus that love up to the mind where it can work in coherence and create a much stronger field. Within the brain is the Pineal Gland which is the doorway to your soul and higher consciousness.
The pine cone shaped Pineal Gland has been found to have a dusting of silica like crystals that are similar to the antennae on your cell phone.
Imagine the love from your heart beaming out through your pineal gland where it will do the utmost good in the world. Do this at random whenever it pops into your thoughts to do it throughout your day. It doesn’t have to be be a moments thought and you don’t have to be in a special location.
Everyone of us can make a difference. Don’t think that you are not worthy. You are a powerful being of love and have as much power as anyone else. Thoughts are extremely powerful and your life is what is is right now because of the thoughts you have had.
Take the power of your thoughts combined with the most powerful force in the universe, “love”, and send those thoughts out and change the world from violence to peace.
Use the thoughts of love in your own life and send love to anything that you feel is causing conflict in your life. By filling your day with thoughts of love you will attract more love into your life. Eventually we will no longer have to stop ourselves and have to focus on love anymore because that will be where, who and what we are. There will no longer be room for a dualistic world full of fear.
Only the opposite of that negative thought will exist and that is love.