Category: William LePar - The Council Written by William LePar
This posting is a follow-up to the previous one about man’s existence in the physical world. William LePar’s spiritual source, The Council answers the question below.
Questioner: Are you telling us not to use the 150 million years?
The Council: Use that simply as a point of reference, as far as time, but do not hold that as an absolute figure. As we are trying to say, 150 million years is a general overall appearance, especially in the very early segment, in the formulating segment of that time, the time that we refer to as the Garden of Eden and the very early days of Mu. A year was certainly not a year as you understand it because time was not all that set. The key to this is in the very first book of Holy Scripture, Genesis, referring to the first day God created this and so on and so forth, the absurd example is used so that you gain an insight that time was not near what your concept of time is now.
Q: So time was loose or hardly existed ...
C: Time did not really exist because time is a fragment or a creation of intense activity in the material manifestation. At that particular time, the material manifestation was not that material. Do you see?
Q: Did the sun still go around the earth every day like we think it does?
C: That is all part of the natural laws of nature, yes.
Q: So that happened. I always think of time as being related to the laws of nature; it is not; that is what is the hard thing for me to understand. So the laws of nature proceeded on their merry way under their rules but the time of souls was something else yet.
C: No, the laws of time or nature are directly related to the same laws that man or the soul must exist in the material manifestation under because it is you as a soul that determines the actual activity of the material manifestation, the actual time. Do you understand? There are the basic rules of nature, but you influence those rules to strict activity or loose activity. In other words the more dense a situation becomes the more restricted the activity is, the more chopped, sharp, quick, or slow the activity is, the more harsh it is. The less dense, the more even and flowing and gentle the activity becomes, the more it can be stretched way out without any negative reaction or uneven perception or the more quickly it can be moved without any negative or distracting response. Now, do you begin to understand?
Q: Yes, I think so.
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