Category: William LePar - The Council Written by William LePar
In this quote from William LePar’s spiritual source, The Council, they give us insight in the cloning ability of early civilizations. These civilizations in most cases predate recorded civilization. They are Mu, Lemuria and Atlantis with Mu being the earliest. Each suffered natural catastrophes which destroyed those civilizations.
The Council: To give some idea of how such things were accomplished, we would have to go back to the very beginning when there existed the ability with each individual, each being, to manipulate through the soul power, through the processes of the mind. In other words, the gifts of the soul or gifts of the spirit, would work through the process of the mind and in the very beginning then such games as controlling the development of the animals through the mental activities, actually through the soul activity, that would be funneled then through the mental activities of the semi-solid being or man. As these activities increased then the semi-solid being or man began to, shall we say, solidify to a greater degree. Now, this gives you a better understanding of the description we gave you of the beginning time, man's proper function and man's improper function in the physical plane. At that time then man was able to produce things simply through the mind. As he began to become more gross, then it was necessary to function this production or productive facet through grosser extensions of the mind, thus the need for mechanical devices came about.
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