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UR2 Appendix 23: (For Session 724) warren histories primitive elite gurus

In your terms, your histories were not written by the people who worked the earth. They were created by the priests and the elite, who made up their own histories to suit their purposes — to hold down the masses, for reasons that I will someday discuss, for they are important. Those histories never spoke of the vast, massive emotions and needs of the human beings involved, who listened, because their hearts and survival depended upon their doing so, to the voices that speak within the earth that your instruments even now cannot perceive. Those histories did not tell of the human beings who had to know what insects would crawl or fly from one end of a continent to another, so that they could be captured and roasted and eaten. They did not speak of the human beings who had to know what migrations of animals would roam through their land — and when and where, and at what phase of the moon — lest they starve….

(Jane came out of trance — briefly — and Warren began explaining what had gone on. “I wasn’t referring to regular history,” he said, “but to esoteric history —”

*(We talked about many things, as usual. When our conversation began to range over psychic phenomena, leadership, history, and language,*1 Jane went into trance; then Seth came through strongly. This unexpected kind of session rarely develops these days, but, as Jane said later, the subjects under discussion were “emotionally charged” for her — and for others present, too, I might add. [Incidentally, Seth began Volume 1 of “Unknown” Reality on February 4, 1974 — three days after this session was held.]


UR1 Section 3: Session 695 May 6, 1974 mama papa ancestors children climb

2. The “officially accepted life” mentioned here reminded me that in the last (694th) session Seth used the phrase “your officially recognized idea of physical reality” in discussing the role probable events played in our world history. In the 686th session he referred to “official data” when he considered ancient man’s selection of certain mental and biological pulses as physical reality; later in the same session, he used the self-explanatory “official history.” [...]

(Pause.) In your terms, think of those ancestors in your family history. [...]

[...] Each expedition sends “letters” back home, commenting upon the behavior, customs, environment, and history of the land in which it finds itself.


TMA Session Eleven: September 15, 1980 christ resurrection biblical ascension messiahs

(Pause.) Now in the facts of history, there was no crucifixion, resurrection, or ascension. In the terms of history there was no biblical Christ (pause), whose life followed the details given. [...]

[...] They had to flow into the events of history as he (underlined) experienced history. [...]

[...] So there were in those days some rather disconnected events that served as the focus point for great psychic activity: People wanted to believe, and their belief changed the course of history. [...]

SS Chapter 21: Session 585, May 12, 1971 drama religion truths impress interior

An internal drama is carried on by each individual, a psychic drama which is finally projected outward with great force upon the field of history. [...]

Thus you deal often with events in which men are touched by great illumination, isolated from the masses of humanity, and endowed with great powers — periods of history that appear almost unnaturally brilliant in contrast with others; prophets, geniuses, and kings shown in greater-than-human proportion.

[...] The highest of man’s aspirations, therefore, will be projected upon physical history. [...]


NotP Chapter 1: Session 752, July 28, 1975 psyche birth barest cultivated television

[...] You had a history, however, before your birth — even as it seems to you that the world had a history before you were born.

You take it for granted that the earth has a history. In those terms, your own psyche has a history also. [...]

[...] You search your experience and study official histories of the past, hoping to find there clues as to the nature of your own reality.

UR2 Section 6: Session 727 January 6, 1975 mountain rock strata tree future

You are not any of those past selves, even though they are a part of the history of your being. [...]

Like the mountain, therefore, you have a history in terms of the present that is yours, and yet not yours. [...]

[...] To discover it you look “down” through the levels of your own being, there to find the layers of selfhood that in your world represent the past history of yourself, from which you emerged. [...]


TPS6 Deleted Session December 9, 1981 approach annals magical land version

(9:10.) In those annals there is legend after legend, tale after tale, history after history describing civilizations that have come and gone, kings risen and fallen, and those stories have always represented cultures (spelled) of the psyche, and described various approaches used by man’s psyche as it explored its intersection with earthly experience.

[...] It has been during the annals of history, but many of those fashions also indisputably, and with the best of intentions, managed to give a faulty picture: you ended up with your gods and demons, unwieldy methods and cults, and often with the intellect downgraded. [...]

SS Chapter 21: Session 588, August 2, 1971 paul christ a.d righteousness baptist

(In the 586th session, earlier in this chapter, Seth stated that by the year 2075 the third Christ — Paul or Saul — would have enacted the Second Coming, exerting of course a profound effect upon religion and world history. [...]

(According to history, all three members of the Christ entity met violent ends. [...]

[...] Instead they became lost in the history of the times.


WTH Chapter 2: March 1, 1984 kingdoms crinkling glittered interruption fours

My history is filled

SS Chapter 14: Session 559, November 9, 1970 entranced evolutionary embedded multidimensional catalogue

History, as you know it, represents but one single light upon which you focus. [...]

History, as you think of it, represents but one thin line of probabilities, in which you are presently immersed. [...]

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