Friday, February 12, 2016

Allegorical stories explain emergence of an arch-villain

Albert Einstein encouraged mothers to read fairy tales to their children. I wonder if he was doing so to trigger their minds to rise to greater heights or to teach problem-solving skills and logic.

C.S. Lewis wrote the Narnia Series as an allegory of what is occurring during these times, and because the crises occur on every level, we can apply the same information on the individual and organization level to solve the problems in our lives, too.

"The Last Battle" comes last in the series, but it actually can be considered the overview story, and starts at the same time as "The Magician's Nephew."

Once we get our organization established, our Family Plan level will work within families to help end family genocides and the ripples of effects that go out from them, but until that time comes, we are caught in the same crises that Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy experienced in their alliance with Aslan, and their battles with the White Witch.

Seth, the seventh dimensional entity who was famous for his books with channel Jane Roberts is playing the role of Aslan, and he is now working with channel Karen Holmes on the books. She is Lucy. They are working together to establish the organization--the legal name of it is Seth and Suzeranda Corporation. Holmes's spiritual name is Suzeranda Melchizedek.

Rather than to name the other characters, we can speak of how the White Witch is a woman who has been diagnosed with sociopathy, and is actively getting revenge and perpetrating a hostile takeover of the organization and the plan for the international government. 

"The Last Battle" is raging now. Many people are fighting for their life, and are backed into the corner. People have been dying, and are so fearful that by being forced into the little stable that they will lose their life. On the other side of the stable door is peace and light, but they don't see it as they battle the Calormenes.

Ironically, the people who are perpetrating the battles are from Californian and Oregon, and they are really, really mean. In this area of the United States, we Oregonians have more in common with the Northern Californians than the people who live in Portland and Salem, which is the capital of our state. In many ways we are CalOr citizens in our culture.

If you are familiar with the Narnia Series, you know the White Witch sacrifices Aslan, and that has occurred with his books. Holmes's spiritual guide is Seth, and they are working together with the spiritual hierarchy and the past kings, queens and presidents to undo the damage that has been done, and the books are "channeled messages on how to overcome any crisis." 

The White Witch cannot achieve in the hostile takeover of the organization, but is kicking people through the doorway into Narnia. She cannot compete with Aslan. 

As she did with Edmund in "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe," she offers people something that they want, and that entraps the person. It is up to Aslan to free everyone, and that involves the books, the channeled insights and the government proposals.