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Akashic Records - Aether (Space)

The Akashic Records or Akasha were a series of records that some of the great philosophers and historians recorded that existed since the beginning of the creation and relate to the different species of animals, plants, rocks and ethereal beings.
The belief is that every soul has a recorded book that we can view, consult or revise if we meditate. 
These library of all events concerning consciousness in all realities can be reached and used by everyone.

In "Journey of Souls" Michael Newton, a hypnotherapist, talks about the Akashic Records
    "Souls prior to being incarnated go to a 'library' and view the pages associated with the life they are considering. The pages are not necessarily sequential. Although there may be definitive way points along the course of our lives, our free will can change paths, events and outcomes. As the soul prepares for a life with the intent of learning a particular lesson or satisfying a karmic debt (Sanskrit for 'come back'), the soul will also choose a family and a body that will help them with the lessons for this incarnation. For many, some of those images survive the "birth amnesia" and then become our intuition that serves us during our lives." 

The Books in Ancient History
The Maya, Egyptian, Tibetan, Persian, Greek, etc., together with different Sages, Shamans, Seers, Cybils, Mediums, Mystics or Prophets would channel their energy to read from those books.
The way to access this information was by meditation, breathing and quiet of the mind. Sometimes people record looking at their lives when they have a near-death experience. 
One of the most notorious writers and seers was NostraDamus, "Our Lady." It is said that he used the Akashic Records to write his famous Quatrians. In his prophetic The True Astrological and Prophetical Centurias (1555) Las Verdaderas Centurias Astrológicas y Profecías, he tells us that he used the Akashic Records to write his famous quartets.
  • Edgar Cayce and Alice Bailey were recorded saying that they consulted the Records for their readings. 
  • Tajao, a Chinese Prophet, predicted more than two thousand years of events consulting the Records.
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Ajna Chakra
In India, the Surat Shagda Yoga studies the Trikuti, or Ajna Chakra, the space between the two eyebrows which is the seat of the mind in the waking state. This point is said to be so powerful it can be used to access the records. In the Ancient Maya Civilization it was referred to as the Book of Life or Tree of Life. 
  • What if the Akashic Records are recorded in what we call the black holes? The Quantum Reality.
AKÁSHA 'ākāśa' India sánscrit ‘éther’.

The Labyrinth or Hall of Records and Atlantis
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The Labyrinth
In antiquity, the Labyrinth or Hall of Records was named the "Eighth Wonder of the World.

In 1800-82 it was re-discovered by Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie and again lost due to the proximity to water sources.  
W. M. Flinders Petrie "Kahun, Gurob, and Hawara," London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, and Co., 1890 The University of Chicago Library  

In Petrie's book he describes the way "he cut the pyramid and destroyed it." 
Now researchers are making a desperate attempt to find it.

2010 Boston University 
Robert Shoch, a geologist at Boston University has been trying to find the Hall of Records in Hawara.
    "Robert Shoch, a Geologist at Boston University, is passionate about finding the Hawara Hall of Records. The Labyrinth that not only Herodotus referred to in his writings in the 5th Century BCE, but some of the great Historians described."

Hawara, Egypt

The site of Hawara is more than 4,000 years old and has been a place named several times by differentphilosophers and historians.

The Greeks and Romans of antiquity described that "near the Pyramid of Hawara, there is a vast complex, almost a maze with several rooms, open courtyards, chapels, hidden rooms and huge spaces  containing papyrus documents with important insights and recommendations for the continuation and survival of the human civilization.

Plato - Plátōn - c. 423 BC– 348 BC 
Greek philosopher, mathematician, teacher of Aristotle and student of Socrates was the founder of the first institution of higher learning in Athens: the Academy.
In 355 BC the Great Philosopher Plato wrote about the cataclysm of Atlantis, their great knowledge that was lost when that advanced civilization collapsed and the Hall of Records.
In Plato's dialogues Timaeus and Critias (355 B.C.) he wrote about the cataclysm of Atlantis, the great knowledge of its inhabitants and the Hall of Records in in the Temple of Neith, Hawara, Egypt.
He described secret halls containing historical records which had been kept for more than 9,000 years when he was there.
Socrates was Plato's teacher.

Herodotus of Halicarnassus (Bodrum, Turkey) - Hēródotos - c. 484 – 425 BC
Considered the Father of HistoryHēródotos was born in a part of Greece that now belongs to Turkey.
In his writings, he claims he visited the Hall of Records, south of the Pyramid of Hawara in Egypt.
Herodotus describes the immense Labyrinth of Hawara, the rooms full of documents containing the history of the earth, Atlantis and the steps that future generations must continue to survive and protect the Earth. It is a warning for future generations.

He places the "Labyrinth" south of the 4,000 year old Pyramid of Hawara in Egypt. 

Greeks - Romans
The Greeks and Romans of antiquity described; "near the Pyramid of Hawara there is a vast complex, almost a maze with several rooms, open courtyards, chapels, hidden rooms and immense spaces of papyrus documents with important insights and recommendations for the continuation and survival of human civilization."

"Legend says that the survivors of Atlantis went to Egypt and the new world to spread their knowledge. They left the history of mankind and their knowledge in Egypt and in the New World."

Hermes Trismegistus - thrice-greatest Hermes - Mercurius ter Maximus 
Hermes "Hermetic," Trismegistus, "Three time great" - the three times great Hermes

Author of a series of sacred texts, the Hermetic Corpus, that is the basis of Hermeticism. Seven Cosmic Laws,Hermes; God of writing, magic, wisdom and astrology.
·      The word hermetic comes from Hermes. (Airtight)
·      The Hermetic Teachings or Seven Cosmic Laws were written in the famous Emerald Tablet which to date has not been found since Alexander the Great described it as visiting it in the tomb of Hermes, 18 miles. south of Jerusalem, in Hebron.
·    Smaragdine Table, Tabula Smaragdina or The Secret of Hermes are some of the names also used to refer to the Emerald Tablet.
Many Historians wrote about Hermes and about the tablets. There are several translations in Arab and Latin including one from Isaac Newton and Georg Beatus.
·        "Hermes guided men and souls and was credited with thousands of writings."
"Alchemy," the study of matter and existence to become perfection.
"Theurgy," the study of the Cosmos to unite with higher souls.
"Astrology," the wisdom of the Universe and the effect that has with all living creatures.

Aristotle - Aristotélēs - 384 BC–322 BC
The Greek philosopher, poet and polymath, student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great taught and wrote about physics, metaphysics, logic, politics, ethics, government, poetry, theater, music, linguistics, biology and zoology among many other subjects. 
Aristotle's is considered one of the best philosophers of all times. 
Student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great, Aristotle wrote Meta Physika - after the physical - all that is invisible in our physical senses.

Royal Library of Alexandria
Alexandria Egypt 3rd century BC
Considered One of the Seven Wonders of the Old World, the famous Library of Alexandria contained collections of works, lecture halls, meeting rooms, and gardens.

The library was part of a larger research institution called the Museum of Alexandria, where many of the most famous thinkers of the ancient world studied.

Scribes were employed to copy books from different parts of the world. Thousands of papyrus scrolls were kept in the Library and the shelves for the collection was known as bibliothekai. Above the shelves was an inscription that read; The place for the cure of the soul. 

There are different stories on how the Library was destroyed. Destroyed accidentally by Julius Caesar in 48 BC, others say that the Archbishop Theophilus called for the destruction in 391 or by the Muslim conquest of Egypt in 642.
·        Clemente of Alejandria wrote that the Library had 42 sacred writings of the Egyptian priests explaining their training and that it had thousands of writings of Hermes among records of life, humans and our universe. He was a pupil of Aristotle and the organizer and manager of collecting knowledge worldwide. The Royal Library of Alexandria was an institution of research and higher place to store knowledge for future generations.

 Kybalion
"The Kybalion" 1908 - The book on hermetic philosophy talks about the teachings of Hermes and was published anonymously under the pseudonym of the "Three Initiates." 
·        Hermes was a contemporary of Moses. In some cases he was referred to as a priest, a king, a divine trinity and the greatest philosopher.
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In The Tarot Cards you find Hermes in the card "The Magician."

"Temple of Heliopolis, Egypt "
Some of the great Philosophers in History attended the Heliopolis University.
Pythagoras, Homer and Plato frequented the Temple of Heliopolis, where Metaphysics, Astrology, Numerology, Geometry and the Cosmos were taught.

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Prophetess Cumaean Sibyl
Priestess presiding over the Apollonian Oracle at Cumae, near Naples, Italy, and one of the four sibyls painted by Raphael in Santa Maria della Pace and by Michelangelo in the Sistine Chapel ceiling.
·        Sibyl wrote about the incredible knowledge of the Atlantis Civilization and the way that it ended. She described the Labyrinth or Records Hall and the survivors that went to spread their knowledge to protect the future of mankind.
   "King Tarquin declined several times her (Sibyl) books until he finally purchased the last three, and then, 'she disappeared from among men'," Dionysius.
 
She burned some of her books and the ones purchased by King Tarquin were burned by the Christian General Stilicho in AD 405.

The entrance of the cave of Sybyl at Cumae, is very interesting; compare it to the Maya Arch at Uxmal.


Dendera Zodiac -  Dendera Egypt

Zodiac of Dendera © María O. Baum

The Zodiac of Dendera, Egypt is part of a ceiling in a chapel dedicated to Osiris, god of the Afterlife, the underworld and the dead. 
  • Osiris is depicted as a green-skinned man.  
  • The chapel was built as the ceiling of the Hathor Temple in Egypt.
  • The 50 BC relief shows the stars and planets in the positions they would have been seen at that date giving us a glance at the great knowledge that the ancient Egyptians had of the Precession of the Equinoxes. 
  • The zodiac or map is the basis on which later astronomy systems were based. 

·        The ceiling was cut and it is now at the Musée du Louvre, Paris. 
Peri Em Heru, the ancient Egyptian book known as Spells of Coming-Going now called the Book of Death, was written on a papyrus scroll and in it there is a section about the Hall of Records and the Atlantis.

Edgar Cayce's  3.18.1877 - 1.3.1945
Cayce was one of the most famous American psychics, healer and prophet. 
In his book Journeys to the Hall of Records, Cayce writes about Atlantis and the Halls of Records. He says that there are several Halls of Records around the world. One is near the Sphinx in Egypt, the second one is underwater in the Bimini area and the third one, in the Yucatán Península.
He talks about another one near the city of Piedras Negras, in the Mexican state of Coahuila.
He describes the destruction of the Atlante race more than15,000 years ago. After the destruction, he describes how all the records of that civilization were taken to Egypt and were deposited near the Sphinx.

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