A Phantom AI Took Over

CHAPTER TWENTY-FIVE

by David Nova

The darkness today is different from the darkness that followed the Luciferian Rebellion. When the age of darkness began it was a direct result of the fallen angelics and the actions of the galactic civilizations. Over great periods of galactic time the darkness took on a life of its own. It became conscious. It evolved into a form of artificial intelligence.

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The Luciferian Lie

CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR

by David Nova

I believed in Darwin’s theory of evolution.  On the surface, the theory certainly seems to be the logical, organic process of creation. I also believed that Creationism, that the world was created in six days or a few thousands years, was simplistic, Biblical nonsense. I was a strong proponent of a blended theory, that the process of evolution involved some form of intelligent design, that the theories were not mutually exclusive. 

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Reptilians and Mammalians

CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE

by David Nova

In some respects, the early, advanced galactic civilizations were not unlike children playing with very powerful toys, not unlike humans today. Our own technology is far in advance of our species’ emotional maturity and spiritual wisdom. The early galactic civilizations had a great deal of spiritual knowledge and maturity, highly advanced intersteller technology, yet little in the way of emotional wisdom. It’s difficult to describe advanced beings who lack emotional depth but are pure in spirit. I have this image of old fashioned Hollywood heroes who never experience failure or setbacks.

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Galactic Civilizations

CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO

By David Nova

For the record, the spiritual information I convey his its limits. What I pick up are impressions, concepts, storylines, and connections – what would be considered right brain information. What I do not pick up are specific details, names, places, or a detailed chronology – what would be considered left brain information. 

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The Fallen Universe

CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE

By David Nova

When the angelics stepped down into the manifest universe they inevitably lost some of their direct experience with Source Creator, a “mystery clad being.” Their connection with Source Creator suddenly became less experiential and more conceptual in nature. Though a direct connection was still possible, as they stepped down the octave of densities, as they became entangled within and distracted by the manifest universe, that connection inevitably became weaker. This happened in stages, over the perception of very long periods of time.

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The Cosmic Game

CHAPTER TWENTY

By David Nova

The cosmos is a singular organism made up of consciousness and conscious energy. This singular organism is basically made up of many parts, who either perceive themselves as a part of the whole or as separate from it. When the various consciousness parts work together in harmony, the cosmic organism is in unity, but when this divine order breaks down, when competing factions form, when duality enters consciousness, there is conflict within the organism. 

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The Luciferian Rebellion

CHAPTER EIGHTEEN

by David Nova

My understanding is that the Luciferian Rebellion was not a singular historical event, nor did it revolve around a singular, historical cosmic figurehead. Our mythology tends to reduce our understanding of a particular historical event or period into as simple a story as possible. Thus the narrative takes on an allegorical form.

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