A Phoenix journal - 246


Author : A Phoenix journal
Title : 246
Year : 1998

Link download : A_Phoenix_journal_-_246.zip

CHAPTER 1. FALLEN ANGELS & SERPENT PEOPLE THE ADVERSARY BY ANY OTHER NAME. AN EXAMINATION OF MYTHOLOGY & HISTORY PART II: WHEN CONTINENTS SUBMERGE by Rick Martin 6/16/98. Editor’s note: Part 1 of this series began in the 6/2/98 issue of CONTACT. We continue here with Part II. Myths do not come from a concept system; they come from a life system; they come out of a deeper center. We must not confuse mythology with ideology. Myths come from where the heart is, and where the experience is, even as the mind may wonder why people believe these things. The myth does not point to a fact; the myth points beyond facts to something that informs the fact. —Joseph Campbell, An Open Life: In Conversation with Michael Toms How is it possible to jump throughout history spanning such huge pieces of time? By choice, I guess. In this instance, I’ve chosen to stick with historical sequences that have been pretty well documented by those involved in such matters or, in the alternative, to statements made by representatives of the Hosts. Symbology is something which reoccurs throughout history in a wide variety of forms, and here the focus of attention will be primarily (but not exclusively) upon the serpent and the serpent people. So, with that said, let’s take a look at some aspects of Mu, Lemuria, and Atlantis that many of you may have missed. ...

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