THE HUMAN KINGDOM
The people that appear in our dreams are our Personalities of Self” (aspects of our Self), and represent various parts of our own nature. Initially we may not recognise what they represent. As we start to improve on your own knowledge, our family begins to appear in our dreams, which signifies a movement forward in our understanding of any issue. Family members present in our dreams to offer us some form of assistance. When our work colleagues enter into our dreams that is another move forward as we are stepping up into deliverance from our own corruptive thoughts. When we have a dream of a person standing before us, that person is representing every facet of our self. In a dream, Personalities of Self, have the following meanings:
Sister represents the next emotional responsibility we have to ourselves.
Brother represents the next inner strength available to us.
Cousins are distant thoughts. They indicate an emotion or a power (depending upon whether they are female or make cousins) that will be available to us sometime in the more distant future.
Friends are personalities of self, inner traits that you can rely upon. These inner personalities are helping you prepare for your freedom.
Strangers represent the inner personalities that you still have to come to terms with. They are waiting in abeyance and have not begun to receive their own expression or gratification as yet.
For further representations, please refer to the book Decoding Dreams by O.M. Kelly (Omni)
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The Egyptians left us the tombs of mummified pharaohs, wrapped in linen cloth, with the tools of trade threaded throughout the layers. Those tools are symbolic and available for us to use for our next experience. The symbol of Ma’at with her wings outstretched and the tools of trade swathed in the robe of the mummies are also identically released through the presence of the open-hearted Bodhisattva, with each arm representing the movement of wings in motion, and with the gifts placed in each hand representing that which we have earned through our positive action.
Again, we note the figures that we have absorbed through the Mesopotamian understanding of the Sumerian philosophy, through the memory of their hieroglyphs explaining to us the worlds of our thoughts; through their winged species explaining the Metaphysical journey of walking through the underworld of the past, to reach and attain a permanent phase of enlightenment. Remember that the birds and animals are different stages of the evolution of the human brain. Their program was explained to us as the left hemisphere – which was known as “Nam Tar”, and which was changeable – and the right hemisphere, known as “Nam”, which was not changeable.
Excerpt from: Decoding the Mind of God, by O.M. Kelly (Omni).
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Over time, many people have taken an interest in searching for the tombs of the Pharaohs; as a result, many countries contributed financially to this endeavor, sending the right people who could offer their educated assistance on such excursions. None of them failed; they all applied their intuition and brought forth a reminder of the hidden language – or the Universal language – that the Egyptians had left us.
In 1922, the responsibility fell on the shoulders of Howard Carter, whose sponsor, Lord Carnarvon of England, released a tremendous amount of money in support of this endeavor; they were just about to abort the digs when a tomb was unearthed. Not just any tomb – Carter unearthed the tomb of Tutankhamen. When the world learned of their find, it created a“Tut” mania.
We note that King Tutankhamen’s sarcophagus was created in three stages; the first two were made of wood and rolled in gold leaf, and the third was made of solid gold. In addition, the design of the sarcophagus is created in the unconscious recognition of the Asian language, as St John the Divine was explaining to us in the Book of Revelations. We must release the first God “EL” in order to allow the second God “AN” to further educate us into releasing the relationship of self – that is, into becoming the third God “EA”, as explained to us through the myths.
The rich treasures were brought to the surface, catalogued, and transported to museums, where they were documented even further. Each item in those tombs was a code of emotions designed to carry the young mind of the Pharaoh through to the next step of his journey – or, as we have been taught to call it, to the “afterlife”. The findings that fascinated me the most were the “Shawabti” that were found in the tomb; these included the figurines that represented one personality for each day of the year, as wells a group of thirty-six figures that represented each of the twelve strands of the DNA in triplicate – one set for each of the three layers of God (“EL”,“AN”, and “EA”). I think that the whole tomb is the combined wisdom odour own personal toolbox, which we keep with us as we journey through the discovery of our self!
Excerpt from : O.M. Kelly, Decoding the Mind of God (O.M. Kelly is also known as Omni), Chapter 186. Published by Balboa Press. Purchase Decoding the Mind of God, Book/E-Book: click link to Balboa Press website.