Some readers find it hard to accept that there are those of higher vibrational rates than humans whose home is in and around the Sun. If you are one of those who believe in spirits and angels, ask yourself why they could not reside in the stars. Do you think it would be too hot for them or that their ethereal dwelling places would melt?
The Ancient Egyptians accepted that their forebears came to Earth from Sun (Ra) and did not call their divinities ‘gods’ but Neters (ntrw). This word is usually translated as ‘deities’ today, but was not defined that way by the ancient Egyptians. The Neters taught humanity that we not only have a soul (Ba) which originates from the Sun, but also an invisible etheric counterpart to our body (or Ha), called the Ka – this ‘self’ exists on another dimension, transparent to the physical eyes. They called that dimension the Duat.
Beings that still exist on and in the Sun and have never incarnated are known to us as angels. They are messengers between the higher planes and this world. The word ‘angel’ has come into our vocabulary from the Greek root meaning ‘messenger.’ Most of those who oversee everyday human affairs are Watchers. Stories about The Watchers come down to us from many sources: Philo of Alexandria, Flavius Josephus, Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs (Naphtali and Reuben), The Kabbalah (Book of Zohar), The Jewish Midrash, Apocryphal texts such as the Books of Enoch (1 & 2), and traditional Biblical texts such as Genesis, Daniel, the Book of Jubilees, and Psalms. One group has been identified by the name Grigori (from the Greek and Slav words, egrḗgoroi) but, for all intents and purposes, they are still ‘Watchers’ and the English name means exactly what that implies: they were assigned to watch us (humans).
To be continued…