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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Happiness and Our Illusions

CHAPTER EIGHT

by David Nova

We often tell our children to follow their dreams. We proclaim to ourselves and the world that we’re following our dreams. We like to dream. We like to imagine a better future for ourselves. We wrap ourselves up in our dreams. They become our expectations. We live in a world full of dreams, yet most of those dreams are simply illusions. We tend to get lost in our own illusions. So much of our temporal happiness and unhappiness is rooted in illusion, in magical thinking, which then becomes our expectations. 

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Happiness and Alignment

CHAPTER FOUR

by David Nova

The universal desire for happiness connects us, yet it doesn’t necessarily make us morally good, particularly when an aspect of competition enters human beliefs and human interactions. Do we share joy or do we compete for happiness? Is our own happiness more important than our neighbor’s happiness? Do our own needs outweigh the needs of others? This is the very foundation of the moral alignments represented in the Ra Material.

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An Exploration of Duality and the Alignment System, Part Three

by David Nova

In Part One, I discuss the The Alignment System as a tool for a more nuanced understanding of duality. If we simply view world events from a single axis of duality, Good vs Evil, Light vs Dark, Order vs Chaos, White Hat vs Black Hat, I believe we’re missing a more complete understanding of the world around us.

In Part Two, I explore the Alignment System in greater detail, using the original Star Wars trilogy as a guide to show why this system is relevant for us to understand our current world.

In Part Three, I’ll examine the Alignment System’s relationship to spiritual polarity and The Law of One.

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An Exploration of Duality and the Alignment System, Part Two

 

by David Nova

In Part One, I discuss the The Alignment System as a tool for a more nuanced understanding of duality. This system was originally developed for the fantasy role-playing game “Dungeons and Dragons” in the late 1970s as a guideline for players to create their own characters, a two-axis system that incorporates the duality of “Good vs Evil” and “Lawful vs Chaotic” (or “Order vs Chaos”).

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When Your Sense of Mission is a Phantom of a Past Life

 

by David Nova

“Following major extremity amputation a large proportion of patients will retain quite specific
impressions 
of their missing limb, persisting for months, years, or as long as they live.”
Kenneth E. Livingston MD on Phantom Limb Syndrome

Medical science is aware of the phenomenon known as Phantom Limb Syndrome, yet limited by their beliefs about the physical world, they don’t quite understand the mechanism of it. When a person loses a physical limb, such as an arm or leg, the sensation of that limb still persists because our etheric body and astral body are still completely intact.

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