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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