PART III

COLONIZATION OF MALDEK

Ra’s story of our solar rings evolution continues:

Shortly after the destruction of Martian life, there was a great stir in another part of the galaxy. Experimentation in genetic environmental adaptability, both within plant species and mammalian animal species, had unveiled an overall genetic flaw in this galaxy’s life-forms. The flaw resulted in a predisposition to unnecessary early death. During the creation of the vast array of life-forms on third-dimensional planets, the rotation patterns and frequencies of chromosomes had been aligned with the orbital cycles of the planets and the Sun. What had not been taken into account was the fact that these cycles would change slightly every 520 years, creating an almost undetectable vibrational frequency change. This change has to do with the built-in evolutionary and cyclical shift that encourages a pause, like the blink of an eye, during which all patterns are ever so briefly halted. Every living species, at that exact millisecond break in the time-space continuum, registers a “reality check.” They readjust to present-time solar encodings and continue on their life paths appearing unchanged. However, chromosomes must have the ability to stop spinning and be receptive during that time in order to have the pattern shift affect genetics as well as consciousness.

 

The power of the relationship between chromosomes and consciousness at this level had not been realized up to that time; it had been believed that chromosomes would follow consciousness. When the discovery was made that the bodies of plants, animals, and humans were unable to respond to the pause and pattern-shift in consciousness, it was determined that this was the reason life spans were gradually getting shorter for all species. The shortening of life spans was caused by the reaction of the chromosomes to the lapse in time-space continuum, to contract rather than come to a standstill. This contraction created permanent imprinting of resistance energy in the cells, which made a minor shift in the speed of the cellular spin. It was as if the cells and chromosomes were always trying to catch up with the solar and planetary orbital patterns, creating mild stress on the nervous system. This shift was so subtle that it took hundreds of thousands of years of genetic study and experimentation by the Pleiadians and other nature specialists from several regions of the galaxy to even know there was a problem, and then discover its source.

 

The discovery was made during the transfer of plant species from one planet to another. The plants were being tested for adaptability to find out if they could “learn” from one another and adjust their cellular flow patterns automatically, without outside assistance. The transferred plants did begin to adopt the patterns of the native plants, but a “tic” was created in the cellular spin aspect of their overall flow pattern. At the end of the equivalent of every moon cycle on Earth, the newly transferred plants would experience a slight contraction. This contraction accelerated the previously existing 520-year contraction phenomenon so that the mortality rate in those species was increased. Within the first two years of life on a new planet, life spans would be reduced to approximately one half of the species’ normal life expectancy. The native plants would continue as usual. For some reason, every cyclical end and new beginning created an exaggeration of the contraction reaction from the previous 520-year cycle until the transferred plants were under great stress.

The animals eating the plants also began to show signs of stress. Their bodies rejected parts of the plants that they had formerly used for nutrition. It was, for example, like eating potatoes with the vitamin C removed; over time, such bodies would become vitamin-C deficient and develop new diseases as a result. At first, the animals’ digestive systems showed signs of sluggishness. Their bodies could not absorb the parts of the plants’ cellular structures that had contracted as a result of the mutation in the cellular spin without experiencing contraction also. It was as if the contraction itself released a death hormone in the plants that the animals could not absorb without triggering a similar death hormone in their own bodies.

 

Upon further study, it was realized that this same phenomenon occurred in the humans who ate the plants. Therefore, the animals and humans who were transferred to new planets not only retained the mutations of their own species’ chromosomes, they were also forced to adapt to the plant chromosome mutations in their food. In humans, the emotional impact of this phenomenon was a fear of change and death at the cellular level. This type of fear had been unknown at the beginning of human existence when human cells had a natural, built-in understanding about cycles and death.

 

The study was further extended to those spirits and souls who had been embodied and were now in between lives. It was dis­covered that the chromosomal contraction and resulting emotional-reaction pattern had imprinted on the souls of those who had experienced human life. This pattern took the form of resistance to life because of a fear of death and change. The Pleiadians and Devic kingdoms began working at once to solve the problem of genetic mutation and mutation transference between species. Changes were made in the DNA strands to incorporate a consciousness override of the contraction response in cells and chromosomes; therefore, when the 520-year cyclical pause took place, the etheric and physical bodies followed the response pattern of the consciousness. It took several cycles to perfect this adaptation, but finally the chromosomes and cells were able to simply “stand still” during the brief halt in the time-space continuum, and then resume their normal rotation when the consciousness returned to its familiar, albeit new, function. Another few cycles were needed to reverse the already existing mutations by birthing enough new plants and animals with the DNA corrections to “teach” the rest how to catch up with them.

 

The next problem to be solved by the Pleiadians and devas was how to correct the soul’s imprinting on the human spirits without altering their overall evolutionary patterns. It was decided that it could not be done without birthing humans into new physical bodies and having them eat plants and animals with corrected chromosomal patterns. If the plants and animals could “teach” each other’s chromosomes to correct the mutant patterns, they should be able to “teach” human chromosomes as well.

 

This is where Maldek came in. Prior to the end of civilization on Mars, the planet Maldek had been developed into a tropical paradise. Rain forests, jungles, oceanic environments, and more plant and animal species than had ever existed on any planet in your solar ring were developed on Maldek. Now there was a need for another home planet for the Martian—formerly Venusian—beings and Maldek was the most likely choice. Earth had long before been inhabited by a group of around 25,000 Andromedan slaves. They had been brought there by an angry, tyrannical fifth-dimensional overlord who had fallen from his higher-dimensional position as a Supreme Being for an entire solar ring in the Andromedan Galaxy. When the Ice Age had come, the entire population of Earth had been extinguished and their souls taken to the Pleiades for healing and new lives there.

At the time the Maldekians arrived, Earth was once again developing into an inhabitable planet near the end of the Ice Age, but it was still too unstable climatically for habitation by humans. (And, besides, Earth was being prepared for a future plan of its own—a topic that will be discussed in the next chapter.) Earth was home to giant species that were evolving, including dinosaurs and something akin to sea turtles, only much larger, that could travel on land and sea: their body-brain connections were still extremely unpredictable and erratic, and more time was needed for their evolution before new human and animal species could be introduced— even if the atmosphere had been stable enough. So Maldek was the natural—and only—planet of choice.

 

The only problem was that when the Pleiadians discovered the DNA mutation, there was not enough time to correct the patterning in the plants and animals already on Maldek. Therefore, the first human colonization was prepared for in a new way. Partly due to the lack of self-trust in those to be brought to Maldek, and partly due to the ongoing chromosome and DNA changes that must be corrected in a consistent manner over time, the Pleiadian and Sirian Archangelic Higher Council decided that a single guardian serving as Supreme Being for the planet would come to Maldek and remain in the planet’s atmosphere in the higher dimensions. The Supreme Being would personally have to blend with the higher consciousnesses of all the beings on Maldek and assume the role of translating the solar and galactic encodings to the planet. This would be done by bringing the former Martians, and other groups who were to inhabit Maldek, to the planet at a very specific time during which the Photon Band from the Galactic Center would be in alignment with Sirius, Alcyone, the Sun, and Maldek itself. This Supreme Being would function as a cosmic gateway inside the Photon Band through which the souls and spirit beings of the people would pass on their way to the planet’s surface. The human beings would be in their light body forms. While moving through the Photon Band and the Supreme Being’s consciousness, they would be down-stepped vibrationally until they were on the surface of the planet. Over a period of what on Earth would be one moon cycle, their light bodies would slow down vibrationally until they were physical again.

 

The Supreme Being would have to be a very evolved being, capable of holding individuation and Oneness simultaneously, and completely dedicated to the evolution and love of the Martians and other galactic citizens. He would have to hold the “dream” of the Divine Plan for the entire planet and every species on it, and be both totally receptive to the encodings from the local, regional, and galactic suns and able to function and decide independently what was needed at any given time. Archangel Lucifer was the one chosen for this high office.

 

Legions of angels, devas, and other guides and guardians were sent ahead to prepare Maldek after having a group blending with Lucifer and the Galactic Center. The Pleiadian Emissaries of Light as well as a group of hierarchical beings from the Andromeda galaxy were part of this preparatory assembly, since both groups would play key roles in the evolutionary guidance of the new Maldekians. The Andromedans had a strong interest in what was occurring in your solar ring since many of the Andromedans who had been damaged had been brought here, and because Andromeda and the Milky Way are what you might think of as twin-flame galaxies. They were also here because of the Divine Plan for a universal melting pot on Earth in upcoming times.

 

In the meantime, all of those who were to serve on Maldek went through the same process. After blending with and being encoded at the Galactic Center, they moved through the gateway and consciousness of Sirius, then through the gateway and consciousness of Alcyone, then through all of the suns of the Pleiades, and last of all through the Sun of your solar ring. Each sun/star that the beings passed through was a gateway to the next, until they reached your solar ring. Some of the larger guardian beings were stationed in Maldek’s atmosphere and at vortex points to maintain the planet’s “chakra system.” Others were sent to maintain and stabilize the poles to keep the planet’s orbits consistent. Yet others were sent to the center of the planet where, in the beginning, they were to receive encodings and instructions from the photon band. Later they would receive encodings from the Sun and stars and their instructions from Lucifer.

 

One of the precedents set was to have male and female beings who were divine complements to one another located at the interior core of the planet. They would hold the energy of the tantric, creative life force and male/female love, balance, and equality. These couples would receive their instructions and establish the energy patterns for the planet and its people from the inside out, based on solar encodings and Lucifer’s specific instructions to them. Their main function was to go into a state of tantric blending with one another and radiate energy waves from the union out through the planet’s layers to the surface, and then out into the atmosphere. Male/female balance and sexual healing were still major karmic themes for the former Martians as well as the other groups who had been chosen to come to Maldek for physical life.

[Author’s Note: I am quite familiar with this latter role, as this is where and when I first became active in your solar ring. I was one of the female beings at the core of the planet who held the balance with a male partner of tantric union and male/female equality and balance.]

Lucifer Brings 5000 Souls to Maldek-Year 0

At the end of the 26,000-year cycle that preceded humanoid colonization on Maldek, when the Photon Band was in its exact alignment with the solar and stellar gateways and the planet, Lucifer came straight through each of the aligned gateways into the atmosphere of Maldek. He was blended with over 5000 souls in light bodies, whom he brought with him. When he had down-stepped all the way to the sixth dimension with the 5000 soon-to-be Maldekians, a large group of solar angels, who had been previously assigned two angels to each soul, joined them and took the ensouled light bodies the rest of the way. Once on the planet’s surface, they stopped in the fourth dimension for the remainder of the process, which took one moon cycle. During that time, the incarnating beings adjusted to the planet’s atmosphere, frequency patterns, and orbital spin. When the acclimation time was completed, the final down-stepping to third-dimensional form took place. For the Maldekians, it was as if they briefly dozed off and then “woke up” on Maldek’s surface with vague memories of traveling through space and spending time with the angels—as if they had experienced a lucid dream. For about a year, they could telepathically communicate with their two guardian angels. At the end of that time, the telepathic communications were cut off and continued only in dreams. The Maldekians were prepared in advance for the change and were ready when it came.

 

At this stage of colonization, simple shelters were established, and food and basic herbal medicines were made known and avail­able to the people. They knew they could call on their guardian angels and Lucifer when they needed to through silent communion and dreams. They were also told that everything that existed was sacred and should be honored, and that males and females were equal and must discover each other’s true value and function. Sexual reproduction and death were explained, as was the purpose and need for evolution and healing the soul/spirit connection. Natural pairing had already been done prior to their arrival on the planet, so their tendency toward bonding and mating with partners was inherent by this time.

The people were not told about their previous incarnations and home planets, only about the patterns that needed to be transformed. For the first 5200 years, basic noninterference from higher-dimensional beings existed on conscious levels. However, Lucifer and all of his legions of angels, guides, devas, and other helpers maintained the orbital patterns, solar encodings, and atmospheric conditions, and protected Maldek from invasion by beings from any other planets or star systems. Changes in existing structure, especially if they involved direct contact with higher beings, could only occur via “consensus minus one person” in each individual colony. At the end of the 5200 years, Pleiadian Emissary of Light members would be incarnated into each colony to awaken the Maldekians’ consciousness to evolutionary purpose and to offer any other needed reminders or teachings. Re-evaluation of the existing order would be done at that time as well.

Martian/Andromedan Colony[1]

Besides the Martians, who numbered about 750 due to split of the souls of the original beings, there were beings who had formerly lived as slaves to a more evolved group on a planet in the Andromedan galaxy. They had left when their planet had blown up due to atomic explosions beneath its surface and in its atmosphere. This group of Andromedans numbered about 750 as well. They were placed in a colony with the former Martians.

Orion Colony[2]

A separate colony was formed with about 1500 people from a planet in the Orion system that had been enslaved for many cen­turies. Their oppressors had been from the same group of Lyrans who had invaded Mars twice during its period of inhabitation. An entire solar ring in Orion had been captured and run by those power-hungry ones. They had succeeded in destroying the planet’s atmosphere and all of its people, just as on Mars, which had left this group of 1500 in need of a new planet. Because the group as a whole had wanted to be free at the time their planet was made uninhabitable, the Pleiadians had intervened under direction from the Galactic Center and brought them, after several stages of healing and preparation, to Maldek.

Black Hole Colony[3]

A third colony consisted of 1000 beings who had been incarnate in a different galaxy. A solar implosion had created a black hole and destroyed their home. This had not been caused, as with the other groups, by human control and misuse of power and technology, but had been the result of a collision of two galaxies. Spiritually speaking, the so-called collision was actually a mating and blending of the two giant celestial beings, and not a disaster at all. The 1000 beings of this “Black Hole Colony” had been evolving for less than their equivalent of your 26,000-year cycle when the collision occurred. Their nature was cherub-like, and their basic essential qualities were innocence, curiosity, and the desire for everyone to be happy. Much of their karmic history had to do with denial of unpleasant emotions in an attempt to remain happy and make others happy all the time. They also carried guilt and shame, since they felt like failures when they or anyone around them became sick or unhappy in any way. As a result, addiction had become a problem for the race. Alcoholic beverages, hallucinogenic plants, sex, and pleasurable sensations in general had all been taken to extremes in an attempt to stay “high,” or happy. Therefore, when the galactic merger occurred, they were not ready to ascend into the higher dimensions, and their experience of the merger was a cataclysmic one.

Young Soul Colony[4]

The remaining 1000 beings consisted of two groups from a star system on the far side of the Milky Way that was similar to your solar ring. Unlike the other new Maldekians, these beings had been left on their home planet with no personal soul encodings from its local sun. This had been to see what they would do without any outside stimulus toward goal orientation and evolution. The beings themselves were souls evolved from one- and two-dimensional life-forms over a period of roughly a million years. As group consciousnesses, both groups had longed for something more to give them meaning and purpose. The members of this “Young Soul Colony” were ready to discover new options and motivations by contacting beings who had come by choice into third-dimensional reality from higher dimensions. Curiosity about the nature of existence, and how and by whom it had been created, had entered their conscious minds as well. These young souls, desirous of spirit, were on Maldek to find spirit through eventual connection with the other colonies and, for the first time, through having a relationship with a Supreme Being and the Sun.

 

The four colonies remained totally independent of one another for the first 2000 years on Maldek. This was due to traveling distances from one to the other, and also to predetermined timing. The groups needed time to acclimate to their new home planet and its environment, to heal genetically as much as possible, and to develop a conscious impetus to explore. After 2000 years, most of the plants and animals on Maldek were cleared of the chromosomal mutations and the Maldekians were beginning to respond to these healthier food sources with soul level and DNA-mutation healing.

 

In general, the Maldekians were simple and somewhat lethargic people. It had been decided in advance that certain aspects of spirit connection to the body and impulses toward creation in the seventh chakra would remain dormant until the chromosomal mutations were at least partially healed. Their pineal glands were simply not equipped to receive higher-dimensional frequencies, communications, and light until the agreed-upon activation time, which was to take place at 2600 years, halfway through the first 5200-year cycle of the longer 26,000-year evolutionary cycle.

 

When the Maldekians began to travel, they were still spiritually asleep in most ways and not prone to questioning the nature of reality. However, the impetus to travel and explore had been activated, and colonists began to go on pilgrimages. At first, these pilgrimages were taken by small groups of not more than thirty people, for not more than twenty days at a time. Travel was done with minimal food supplies, since Maldek was a planet of plenty; at that time, the inhabitants were meat eaters, and they found food along the way. At the end of their journeys, large gatherings were held at which the travelers would report what they had experienced.

Martian/Andromedan Colonists Meet Young Soul Colonists-Year 2000

Some of the people began to feel that travel to farther places was desirable. Their next goal was to go beyond a certain range of hills, or around a large body of water where other worlds might exist. Larger groups of up to sixty people prepared for and left on these extended journeys. On one of the first of these broader explorations, a group from the Martian/Andromedan Colony crossed paths with a group from the Young Soul Colony. Both groups were startled at first, but they allowed curiosity to bridge any gaps that existed. Though there were variations within each culture, and very different dialects, their languages were virtually the same. Originally, all of the colonies had been given the same fundamental language so that only cultural deviations would exist when the groups finally contacted one another.

 

This first encounter led to several days of camping together, storytelling, working out minor language barriers, sharing food, and discovering commonalities and differences. It was an exciting time for all concerned, and a major first step in the unfolding of curiosity and creative thinking. At first, the main interest of all concerned was comparison of the mundane aspects of life. Sharing of attitudes and cultural personality differences followed. At their current level of evolution and brain function, that was as far as their curiosity could go for quite some time. After about a week of camping together, they decided that a delegation from each colony would visit the colony of their newfound friends. When the groups returned to their respective homes, each consisted of approximately half original colony members and half members from the newly discovered colony. The Young Soul colonists had a natural tendency to yield to the Martian/ Andromedan colonists’ lead, even in their own home colony. The Martian/Andromedan people just seemed more decisive, mentally superior, and more creative and curious than the Young Soul group.

 

The homecoming of both groups, accompanied by their new friends, created quite a stir. In the Martian/ Andromedan Colony, there was a deep inherent distrust of, and skepticism about, the newcomers due to the colonists’ own karmic histories prior to Maldek. Both the Martians and Andromedans had been enslaved and destroyed on their home planets by invaders, so they carried deep subconscious fears and wariness toward the innocent beings from the Young Soul Colony. The Young Soul colonists, on the other hand, were very naive and trusting. They were also eager for contact with more evolved—or at least more experienced—souls, and readily gave up seniority to their hosts. This latter fact made it easier for the host colony members to accept them and share their homes with them.

 

In the Young Soul Colony, the Martian/Andromedan visitors were received with awe and wonder and great enthusiasm. Everyone wanted the new friends to stay with them in their homes. They would sit and stare at the visitors for long periods of time until the guests became uncomfortable and would try to initiate conversation or activities. When the guests would ask for things, their requests were quickly met; their hosts were even somewhat apologetic for not having anticipated their needs. The Martian/Andromedan visitors were gracious and did not take advantage of this weakness on the part of their hosts. If anything, they found it to be both annoying and whimsical.

 

After the agreed-upon passage of time—which for convenience I, Ra, will call a moon cycle—the travelers from both colonies set out for the original rendezvous location where they visited for a few days again, sharing stories from the visits to each other’s colonies. Those who had been visitors returned to their own homes, and about thirty new members from each colony traveled back to their new friends’ homes with them. This exchange program went on for over two years, with a total of about 150 people from each colony visiting their planetary neighbors. Trade of goods unique to each colony had been discussed but, for most items, seemed impractical due to travel time and difficulty. During one return trip to the Martian/Andromedan Colony, an idea for a solution developed. Witnessing a rock slide along the way, one man mentally registered the concept of rolling as an easy method of movement. Dragging bundles or carrying them was too much work, but rolling had promise. Within six months, a simple but efficient wheel had been invented, as well as a basic cart in which to haul things.

 

In the meantime, the other two colonies were also taking short journeys and pilgrimages, but they had not yet encountered other civilizations. Their evolutionary levels and cultural development were very similar to the two groups who had just interfaced.

Trade Begins-Year 2003

On the first two trade journeys, the stronger men took turns pulling the cart filled with trade goods from the Martian/ Andromedan Colony to the Young Soul Colony. A wide path had been worn between the two locations and served as a road, but it was still a very slow way to travel. The Martian/Andromedan men also pulled the wheeled cart back to their home colony, filled with goods for which they had traded. Trade added a whole new area of excitement and possibility to the Maldekians’ life styles, and after only two trips they thought up the idea of having large ox-like animals pull the carts. It took a while to work out the details of harnessing and training the animals, yet within three-and-a-half years of the first meeting of the two colonies, the use of the wheel, carts, and animals for labor had been initiated.

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It was at this stage that the next new creative idea emerged. Almost simultaneously, the two groups decided to explore in new directions together to find out if there were other Maldekian colonies and/or other environments and natural resources to be discovered. A group of thirty members from each colony came together at the Young Soul Colony and set out on a new joint adventure. They traveled for the equivalent of one-and-a-half moon cycles before coming to an ocean, which, to the Maldekians, seemed gigantic and endless. Continuing the journey a few more days along the coastline brought them to a large river inlet that was too deep to pass without boats—and boats had not been invented yet. However, the sight of logs floating on the river and out to sea planted the first seed of thought about water transportation. The travelers remained camped along the river for several days while they explored inland for narrower and shallower parts of the river, but none were to be found. However, they did discover a way to catch the large fish they had never seen before, and the explorers enjoyed their first meal of something akin to sea bass.

Three Colonies Meet-Year 2004

After they returned, the travelers decided that, overall, this journey had been exciting and stimulating for both groups. They agreed to start their next joint excursion at the Martian/ Andromedan Colony. This trip took them through an open plain that was drier and hotter than either group was accustomed to. The flat plain appeared to go on forever, until at the end of nearly two-and-a-half moon cycles, another large river was discovered. It seemed to be their destiny to end at uncrossable waters. But this time, there was another inspiration to invent water travel: while exploring up and down the banks of the river, they came across a band of humans camped on the far side. These people seemed similar to the members of the other two colonies except for one major difference—the new, and unreachable, people were extremely dark-skinned, and some of them had snow-white hair, which was also new to the other colonists.

 

Attempts at yelling across the river to one another were fruitless. The river was deep and flowed just strongly enough to block out their voices, other than undecipherable sounds. The travelers remained camped across from the new, unknown people; the magnetic pull to meet these people was so strong that it was difficult to leave. In fact, when the group did leave, ten volunteers, five from each colony chose to remain and set up camp across the river from the dark-skinned colonists, who were originally from Orion. The Orion colonists also chose to leave a small group camped at the riverside while their fellow journeyers returned home.

 

Reluctantly, and greatly in need of a means to cross rivers, the rest of the adventurers left for their respective home colonies. Their stories at home incited curiosity about, and desire for contact with, the new group. With camps on both sides of the river representing three of the Maldekian colonies, those at home were astir with excitement about the new discovery and the seemingly insurmountable river barrier.

First River Crossing—Year 2004

In all three of the colonies involved, people busied themselves in an attempt to invent a craft that would meet their current needs. Floating something that could carry their weight was the easiest part of the solution. Logs floating at the edge of the ocean had given them the idea of tying logs together to make a raft. The more challenging problem was how to steer the raft to prevent it from floating downstream beyond its destination. After the normal creative process of trial and error, they finally began to experiment with oar making and came up with a design that seemed feasible. The Martian/Andromedan Colony led the way in the invention process, and after making four pairs of oars, allowing for eight strong rowers, sent word to the Young Soul Colony that they were ready to return to the river and try out a plan.

 

It was a long journey of two-and-a-half moon cycles back to the river site. Once they arrived and shared the invention idea with the men camped by the river, the search began for trees of equal size with which to build the raft. Within two weeks of their return to the river camp, a raft had been made and was ready to test. It was decided that sixteen of the strongest people should go first, with no cargo. This would allow for eight men to row at all times, with a relief person for each one if needed. Though the river was not flooding or extraordinarily fast, the normal flow was enough to make the men work hard to keep the raft going in the right direction. On the first try, they made it all the way across, but nearly half a mile downstream. All of the people on both sides followed the progress, walking downstream along the banks of the river as the raft was carried along by the current.

 

When the raft reached the other shore, there was a great cry of celebration from both sides of the river. The black colonists ran to help pull the raft ashore, and then both groups just stood back, looking at one another unselfconsciously. They scanned each other from head to toe, and after a few minutes began to make comments about oddities of appearance and general similarities and differences. It was then noticed that everyone’s language was similar, again with only cultural and dialectic variations.

 

The Orion colonists invited the lighter-skinned arrivals to follow them back to their camp, where they began to undress the newcomers. It was customary, and considered a common courtesy, among their people to bathe and massage travelers who had just arrived. The newcomers, however, were taken aback by this strange and suspicious gesture, and tension mounted. The Orion colonists did not understand the obvious wariness being displayed by their guests, since in their minds they were honoring them. After a few minutes, the misunderstanding became clearer when one of the puzzled Orion colonists said, “We honor you. Do you not like to be honored?” One of the newcomers informed the Orion colonists that they felt invaded, not honored. At that point, one of the Orion colonists had a flash of understanding and she explained their custom thoroughly. She then asked how the newcomers honored one another when they arrived from a journey. This was the beginning of comparing cultures and ways of living.

 

Before the day was half over, the Orion colonists and the sixteen people from the other two colonies had managed to drag the raft back to the campsite. Halfway there, someone had the idea of pulling it upstream at the water’s edge, which was much easier than pulling it on dry and rocky land. By nightfall, all forty of the journeyers and the ten who had remained camped by the river had crossed the river to the camp of the Orion colonists. Food was prepared together and shared as the people talked and celebrated long into the night. The newcomers were invited to the home of the Orion colonists, which was less than one moon cycle away. They wholeheartedly agreed and set off on the next stage of their journey the following day.

 

By the time the band of sixty people arrived at the Orion Colony, they had all but mastered the minor language differences and knew much of one another’s history. They were welcomed with gasps of surprise and curiosity by all who saw them. When the stories about the raft were told, the people were in awe. Of course, the visitors were again greeted by their hosts attempting to undress them for ritual cleansing and massage. This time many of the travelers had “psyched themselves up” for this experience and, surprisingly, found it to be very pleasurable. About one-third of the new arrivals could not bring themselves to participate, and with the help of the Orion campers who had initially greeted them, they managed to explain the cultural difference in a non-offensive manner. Feasting and long hours of questions and answers followed. For several days, the newcomers were given sightseeing tours, during which they visited every neighborhood, home, garden, and shop.

The Orion people were proud of their own inventions, even the simplest of devices for grinding grains, or weaving fibers for clothing. They demonstrated their tools and devices and explain how and when they had been invented and by whom. Then the newcomers were questioned about how they performed these tasks. Most often, the Martian/Andromedan colonists described more sophisticated discoveries and methods, which led to requests for demonstrations. Items that were easy to make were made and demonstrated, and the newcomers quickly gained in reputation for being supremely intelligent and clever. That reputation had already been established with the amazing invention of the raft and oars, and it expanded as the various colonists talked and shared with one another.

After another moon cycle had passed, plans were made for the return journey. Members of the Orion Colony were invited to return with them, and it was decided that fifty of them would do so. Three families from the Martian/Andromedan Colony and three from the Young Soul Colony decided to remain at the Orion Colony. Therefore, when they began the return trip, there were only thirty-five travelers from the two colonies escorting the fifty Orion colonists. Nearly half of the Orion colonists went with the band of travelers to the river to see them off. This made for a slower journey and the need to carry food, but nonetheless, no one would have even considered dissuading them from going along. The Orion colonists were eager to witness the use of the miraculous watercraft as well as participate in some small way in the adventure of their fellow colonists.

Once the river was crossed, the remainder of the journey was another two-and-a-half moon cycles. There was much talk on the trip of the need to shorten travel time, but at that point it seemed to be futile to even discuss anything as far fetched as a means of road travel. The ox carts were as slow as or slower than people walking, especially if the carts were very full, so faster travel seemed impossible.

Arrival at the Martian/Andromedan Colony brought another round of excitement, long evenings of storytelling, question-and answer sessions, tours of the colony, and demonstrations of every tool, weaving device, and mechanistic invention the colony had. The wheels and ox carts brought another round of awe-filled exclamations from the Orion visitors, especially when they learned that both had been invented in the recent past. After a week of rest and discovery in the new colony, about half of the Orion colonists departed for the Young Soul Colony, accompanying its members who had been on the river-crossing journey and a dozen of the Martian/Andromedan colonists. Travel in these mixed groups was always fun for everyone involved. The evenings of shared food and stories and the talks about anticipated adventures to come were highlights of the trip, equaled by the scenery and the varied climates and terrains along the way. So the trip was smooth and pleasant, albeit a lengthy one of another two-and-a-half moon cycles.

Arrival at the Young Soul Colony brought more excitement, late nights of talking and storytelling, as well as the usual tours and demonstrations of tools and devices. The people were learning so much from one another that all three colonies were evolving in the area of mechanics just by meeting and sharing with one another. Again, talk about how to travel faster was prevalent, since the trip from the Young Soul Colony to the Orion Colony took nearly six moon cycles.

Some of the Orion people who had come to visit the other two groups wanted to stay and make their homes with these new people. Since everyone was in agreement, three families stayed at the Young Soul Colony, and five families remained in the Martian/ Andromedan Colony. Previously, a few families from the Young Soul Colony had relocated in the Martian/Andromedan Colony, and members of the Martian/Andromedan Colony had permanently relocated in the Young Soul Colony. So Maldek’s colonies were becoming diversified. There was also a small village that had been established about halfway between the two colonies. It had originally been created as and considered a stopover location for travelers between the two colonies, as well as a trade center where the people could go to drop off and pick up trade goods in only half the distance and time. During the one year this small village had existed, it had grown to contain about thirty people from each colony. Extra buildings were under construction that could be used to house travelers in exchange for trade goods.

The idea of establishing another small village for trade and travel accommodations halfway between the Martian/Andromedan Colony and the Orion Colony was soon acted upon. So within one-and-a-half years of the first river crossing, a village was established on the Martian/Andromedan side of the river. This site started out with a dozen or so members from each of the three colonies and within another year it had grown to 200 people, fairly evenly mixed. Mating and marriage between the different races soon followed, so that ten years after travels and exploration had begun, the three colonies were becoming quite integrated and were producing children of all possible mixes. The people were excited about the changes and new opportunities, and though many preferred to remain in their original homes, all welcomed members from other colonies and had not even a second thought about inter-mating and intermarrying.

Twelve years into the age of travel and exploration, the Young Soul colonists and the Martian/Andromedan colonists remembered their former trip to the ocean, where the river inlet spilled into the sea. Talk began about going back and building another raft at that location in order to explore the other side of the river. Maybe there were other colonies there as well, and everyone certainly wanted to find out. Travel plans were made, and members of all three colonies, totaling about sixty-five, set off on this new adventure. While their friends journeyed, the colonists at home busily tried to improve upon the design of the wheel and ox cart and find ways to quicken travel.

The explorers reached the river and, remembering how they had been swept downstream by the current even when rowing, they decided to go about a mile upstream and build the raft there. They also made larger oars for this venture, since the current was stronger and they needed to counter it both in distance upstream and strength of rowing. They built the raft and got everyone across the river, then set out on foot again along the coastline. A few days later, they divided into two groups. Far in the distance was a sharp, triangular-shaped mountain. Half of the group went inland, and half followed the oceanfront, agreeing to meet midway, at the base of the triangular mountain, in half a moon cycle.

Travelers Arrive at Black Hole Colony-Year 2012

When the time was up and the two groups rendezvoused with one another, they had little to report. So they agreed to divide again for further exploration. This time they decided to meet after one full moon cycle of exploration. Eager to cover as much territory as possible, the two groups traveled longer hours, eating whatever they found along the way that was edible, in order to waste as little time as possible. There was a pressing sense of urgency about finding another group of people; they were not disappointed. Less than halfway into the allotted time, the inland group came upon the fourth Maldekian colony. It was located in a narrow valley with a stream running through its middle, and was not visible until the band of travelers was practically upon it. As they approached the colony, they were met by gasps of surprise and wonder. People came running from all over the colony as word spread of the strange band of newcomers: some light-skinned and fair-haired, some light- to medium-skinned and dark-haired, and some with very dark skin and black or snow-white hair.

The people of the new colony, the Black Hole Colony, had unusual bluish-gray skin color, blue-black hair, and black eyes. They looked similar to the present-day pictures of Krishna, the East Indian god on Earth, although not such an extreme blue color. They were also much taller and stronger than the members of the other three colonies, which made them quite a striking group to come upon, indeed. Once again, discoveries about language similarities were made, and communication was relatively easy. The travelers were welcomed to the Black Hole Colony as if they were some sort of gods who had just descended from the heavens. The idea of the existence of other civilizations had never even occurred to the Black Hole colonists. So it was even more of a surprise to have members of other civilizations walk right into their homes. A few days of sharing stories and answering questions, however, took care of some of the mystique about the visitors being gods. Yet the sharing piqued new interests. The travelers were treated cordially, but with more detachment than there had been in previous first encounters.

Several of the explorers were sent to rendezvous at the appointed destination and time with the oceanfront travelers. They returned to the Black Hole Colony with the rest of the band. The travelers were housed separately from the members of the Black Hole Colony, and though they were not treated rudely, they remained more segregated from the host colony members than they were accustomed to. After one-and-a-half moon cycles in the Black Hole Colony, it was decided that the travelers should return home. Their hosts were invited to send people from the colony back with them, and they promised that the Black Hole colonists would be taken to all of the other colonies and introduced to the ways of life in each. The Black Hole Colony, as a whole, declined the offer readily and did not invite the travelers to leave a delegation behind. So the traveling band returned to their home colonies in full number.

 

What was not understood by the travelers was the origin of the Black Hole Colony’s members. The sudden collision of the two galaxies, accompanied by the instant death of all the people, as well as the temporary loss of themselves in the black hole, had left these people’s souls imprinted with a fear of change or anything sudden and unexpected. The arrival of the band of travelers, which was very sudden and unexpected, as well as all of the talk about oceans, rivers, watercraft, wheels, and ox carts, had left the Black Hole colonists feeling dazed and internally shaken. The subconscious reasons for their feelings of apprehension and dread were not even understood by the people of the Black Hole Colony themselves; but they had remained vaguely aloof and distant in order to allow as little impact as possible from the outsiders. It had been a relief to them when the uninvited people had gone. At the same time, doors had been opened to new worlds of possibilities. The people of the Black Hole Colony could no longer bury their heads in the sand and remain safe and happy with their status quo. There was more to life now than they had previously understood, and their psyches would never be the same because of that knowledge.

Discovery and Invention-Years 2012 to 3200

When the travelers returned home, they told of their cordial but detached treatment and the lack of interest in travel by the blue people. They agreed there was no need to waste further exploration time in that direction, and thus focused on improving trade and travel conditions and broadening their cultural horizons. Forms of music and primitive art were beginning to be exchanged and blended and new sounds and designs were born of the intermixing. Evolution, in general, accelerated more and more as time went on. The raft evolved into a quasi-houseboat and then into a floating bridge of sorts. This latter invention worked well for the people until water levels rose and rapids increased, washing the bridge away. The next evolutionary step was a swinging bridge that could not be affected by water levels. A site was located where two banks of similar height existed about a mile and a half downstream from the original crossing location. Over 500 people showed up for the testing of this first swinging bridge. Everyone had to try it out, of course, and when, at the end of the day, it had held strong, they celebrated the brilliant new invention. Normal technological and cultural evolutionary growth continued for the next few centuries, until the end of the first 2600 years. By that time, most of the chromosomal defects had been cleared, or were well on the way to being cleared. The built-in timing mechanism in the DNA of the people and the Sun’s encoding were activated. At first, the people simply remembered their dreams in more detail, and realized that their dreams had significance. Then, as their seventh chakras and pineal glands were activated, the people began to be aware of energy and thoughts instead of simply taking them for granted. They began to see with more perceptual depth and an awareness of subtle color variances. Subtleties of flavors, sounds, smells, shapes, and colors gradually began to awaken in their senses. Cooking methods changed to suit their more sophisticated tastes. Art took on new meaning with a trend toward realism and an emphasis on creating three-dimensional impressions and likenesses. Those who specialized in portraits were especially revered, and more lifelike art, in general, received great praise. Solid bridge construction followed, at about 2700 years of colonization, and wheels became so smooth that ox-cart travel took half the time it had originally. The three colonies that traded and mixed with one another became more and more integrated, until almost half of the population of each colony was comprised of members who had originated in one of the other colonies or who were the offspring of mixed coupling.

Ornamental buildings and hieroglyphic writing developed over the next 100 years. In the following 200 years, the Maldekians created clay tablets, which were the first books, and later books were written on papyrus. Written language was simplified to sixty main characters with variations on the primary themes. Schools were begun in which the children learned history, art, written language, and basic life skills. Those who showed aptitude were taught instrument making, music, bridge building, healing with medicines, and other specialties.

Second Journey to Black Hole Colony-Year 3200

Only minor arguments and jealousies clouded the lives of the Maldekians for over 3200 years of civilization. Their lives grew in variety, artistic appeal, and comfort, and they were, in general, a happy people. At that point, the Maldekians of the three intermixed colonies put together a band of explorers to travel to the Black Hole Colony again. Stories from the past told of the people with blue-gray skin and tall, strong bodies, and the people wanted to try sharing with them again. About fifty people decided to go on the journey and take gifts of the finer aspects of their culture with them. They carefully packed sample pieces of pottery, painting, scrolls of written language, small tools, spices and herbal medicines, the finest fabric, perfume, and delicate foods that would not spoil. They hoped that all of these gifts and examples of their culture would express good will and be welcomed by the formerly aloof people.

When the travelers arrived, they found the Black Hole Colony in turmoil and still very primitive by comparison to the other colonies, due to its fear of change. Extreme weather conditions had caused flooding, mud slides, and destruction of food sources, as well as the loss of many homes and other buildings. The arrival of outsiders at such a crucial time was a shock at first, but the colonists soon relaxed as they watched the visitors pitch in and help clean up the damage. The mixed band of travelers even cooked for the people so their time was freed for other chores that needed to be done. The visitors located food sources and shared the foods they had brought with the host colony. Tools brought on the journey were used to repair and rebuild damaged structures. When the reconstruction was completed, the rest of the gifts brought from home were shared with the Black Hole colonists. The colonists were shocked and deeply grateful for the traveler’s generosity, not only with gifts, but with time and hard work. They opened to the travelers more and more as time went by.

When the hard work and cleanup were done, the visitors began to share stories of the inventions, culture, and general evolution of the other three colonies. They told the Black Hole colonists that members of their colony were not only welcome but wanted in the other colonies. They expressed their love of diversity, and described the richness of shared cultural differences. The history of the other three colonies was related, including how each had benefited through contact with the others. By the time the visitors were ready to return to their homes, the Black Hole colonists had come to accept and value their friendship. The visitors were invited to leave a delegation behind to live with and teach the people about new ways. Twenty of the Black Hole colonists decided to make the trip back to the other colonies with the travelers. At last, the four colonies of Maldek were uniting.

The return journey was slower than the trip to the Black Hole Colony since the Black Hole colonists had never traveled long distances before and could not walk long hours like the others. At times, the explorers grew impatient and irritable due to the frequent rest breaks and short days of travel time. But they adapted reasonably well and kept their grievances to themselves. When the band finally arrived at the first of their destinations, the Young Soul Colony, they were welcomed with great celebration, feasts of the finest foods, music, and dancing. Being rather shy people, the Black Hole travelers were gracious but quiet and reserved at the celebrations. They preferred being with only a few people at a time, the fewer the better, and adapted poorly to the large crowds that had gathered for the festivities. The new journeyers were overwhelmed by the superior building structures, artistic influence, and general affluence. Their hosts seemed almost decadent to them in comparison to their own home surroundings and life style; but they were not prone to rudeness, so they kept their opinions to themselves.

As the band of travelers ventured on to the halfway village, which had grown into a small township of around 350 people, and then on to the Martian/Andromedan Colony, the Black Hole travelers grew more and more homesick. The more elaborate the displays of cultural and technological advancements and superiority, the more the visitors from the Black Hole Colony longed to return to the simplicity and familiarity of their own lives. However, still not wanting to be rude, they visited each colony and were shown all aspects of daily life style and creative outlets. After being at the Orion Colony for less than a moon cycle, the visitors announced their desire to return to their own home. Their various hosts found it hard to understand why they were not impressed with the beauty and advances of their colonies. The guests simply continued to repeat that they had been treated quite well and had learned much, but-preferred to return to their home colony.

The return journey to the Black Hole Colony, which was done in stages due to its length, required nearly a year to complete. By then, the Black Hole travelers were more than ready to be back in their little valley. When they did finally arrive at home, the reluctant travelers were so relieved that they all went through a period of releasing the shock of their long journey before they finally felt back to normal in their own homes. The members of the other three colonies who had stayed at the Black Hole Colony were reasonably content, though they had never fully adapted to the coolness of the people and their reserved approach to progress. When the band of travelers from the other three colonies prepared to leave, those who had lived at the Black Hole Colony politely, but eagerly, prepared to return home with their friends. The travelers departed feeling some tension and disquiet about the segregation of the colonies again, and yet it was the overwhelming choice of all concerned.

The Black Hole colonists who had remained at home during the journey of their friends had mixed feelings about the departure of their short-term resident friends from far away. They felt as if they had lost something valuable; yet at the same time the relief and security of having the outsiders’ influence removed from their homes was pervasive. As the returned travelers described the horrors of the celebrations, the elaborate decor, the fancy food, the complex buildings, and other aspects of life in the three colonies, the Black Hole colonists once again experienced mixed feelings. They felt like they were missing something very important, and at the same time, they felt gratitude that they were not part of that other world.

The travelers from the three colonies returned home feeling that they had failed to influence the Black Hole colonists as they should have. Yet all were relieved to be free of the tension and disquiet they had felt around the strangers. Life in the three colonies returned to normal.

The rest of the first 5200-year cycle was filled with inventiveness and cultural growth. The population increased slightly until the three colonies, which had begun with about 4000 inhabitants, now contained nearly 5000 people. Some of the beings were choosing to split their souls in order to experience male and female incarnations simultaneously, which accounted for the population increase. The Black Hole Colony, on the other hand, changed minimally and maintained a population of around 1000 residents at all times.

Solid bridges existed across the river between the Orion Colony and the Martian/Andromedan Colony, as well as across the river between the Young Soul Colony and the Black Hole Colony, even though the latter was rarely used. Carts pulled by teams of oxen now carried larger loads, and sometimes elderly people and children traveled in carts as well. Art, music, and language were highly revered areas of accomplishment for most of the people and gave them a sense of pride. Mining and metallurgy had emerged and were being developed. Jewelry making and design were new fields that brought much excitement. Although there were natural leaders of each of the colonies, no one had power over others. The leaders were honored for their natural leadership qualities; they were quick thinking, and had good decision-making abilities and communication skills. Each colony had several members of both sexes who took leadership roles without actually controlling the people.

The daily lives of the people were still more tribal than the lives of people in today’s modern society. Electricity was unknown; transportation still consisted of walking and ox carts, with water transportation only for the purpose of crossing rivers. Fishing was now a favored profession and added more diversity to the diet. Agricultural advances had also contributed to the quality and diversity of food choices. However, the Maldekians’ conscious world was still focused only on the physical, and that pointed to spiritual awareness as the natural next step at the end of the 5200-year cycle.

When the Pleiadian Emissaries of Light began to be birthed among the four colonies and in the smaller, halfway villages, it was about seventy-five years before the end of the cycle. There were about a dozen Pleiadians born into each colony, and four into each of the villages. These children were noticeably different from birth, as they chose not to accept the genetics of their parents beyond what was absolutely necessary. Blond and red-haired children were born to dark-haired and dark-skinned families. Unusual facial structures that were unknown to any of the existing races appeared. When the children began to speak, they did not carry the local dialects, but had a strangely different dialect of their own, shared only with the unique, new children in all of the colonies. They were extremely bright and much more alert than the other Maldekian babies and children, and they emanated so much love and poise that the people were not sure how to respond to them.

When the Pleiadian children began to speak clearly, they described tall people from the stars with bodies made of light, who took care of them and talked to them. They told the Maldekians that the star people were always there, but that the Maldekians could not see them because they were made of spirit and light, not matter. These children were very loving to their parents, other family members, and friends, so much so that the other children were jealous of the praise and attention given to these special ones. As the children got older, their ability to share their wisdom, love, and knowledge increased. They began to teach the people about soul and spirit, and about the karma and evolution of every being. They talked about the guardian Light Beings who had always protected them and who kept the world safe for them and their planet. Reincarnation and the purpose behind it was explained. They specifically described how all of the people on Maldek had lived in other places before, as well as in their own ancestors’ bodies on Maldek. The Pleiadian children even told the people the names of the planets and star systems from whence they had come, and said that their colonies should be called by those names.

Pleiadian Children Rename Colonies-Years 5125 to 5200

The Martian/Andromedan colonists, whose colony was now mixed, were told to call their colony Mars II, since Mars was located in the same solar ring as Maldek. The people were taught to locate Mars in the night sky, and they learned that it was really a planet like Maldek, reflecting sunlight, even though it looked like a star.

The Young Soul colonists were told to call their colony Solaris. This was the name of the solar ring from whence the two groups comprising the colony had come. It was explained to them that they had been brought to Maldek because they needed to interact with other beings who had experienced very different evolutionary histories from their own.

The Orion colonists were shown Orion in the night sky and told about the history of that star system as a galactic gateway between dimensions and galaxies. Stories were shared about the power-hungry ones who had come from Lyra and taken over one of the Orion solar systems in an attempt to control the gateway; this attempt had been only partially successful. The Lyrans had enslaved these beings, tortured them, and eventually destroyed their planet, but Divine Intervention by the Pleiadians and the hierarchies from Galactic Center had set them free. They were told to call their colony Free Orion.

The Free Orion colonists and Mars II colonists were also made aware of their similar histories of enslavement. The Martians had experienced the same history with the Lyran invaders as had the inhabitants of the Orion system. The Andromedans also had a similar past, but this had occurred with other Andromedans. The shared histories created strong bonds between the groups.

The Black Hole colonists were also told about their past and about their nature of being emotionally and spiritually cherub-like. The Pleiadian children shared stories of the collision of the two galaxies, the black hole, and why the colonists feared change and sudden unexpected events. They also explained the people’s karmic problems with addictions to constant happiness and the status quo. The Black Hole Colony was to be called Sogan, which was the name of the solar system from whence the colonists had come.

Maldek now officially housed four cities: Mars II, Solaris, Free Orion, and Sogan. In addition, there were two trade villages: the one between Mars II and Solaris was named Freedom Town; the one between Mars II and Free Orion was called the Town of Miracles, because the first river crossing had taken place at that location.

The Pleiadian children were mostly in their early teens by this time and were holding regular meetings with the colonists. The focus of these meetings was to teach the people about their own evolutionary histories; the purpose of spiritual evolution, in general; and what the upcoming times would hold. This latter information was more vague than specific, and consisted mostly of guidance about how to tune into spirit and the sacredness of all things. The Maldekians were also informed of the need to transmute karmic patterns; they were told that as their culture continued to grow, they would be presented with challenges from time to time in order to learn and transform the past. Teachings were given to all of the colonists about taking responsibility for creating their own reality, and about realizing that they had the freedom to choose their response in every situation, instead of reacting unconsciously. They were taught that these two guidelines were the keys to gracious growth and evolution. The Pleiadian children said that, without exception, the people had to transmute all ideas about victimhood and powerlessness and become co-creators with Divinity, or God/Goddess/All That Is. Transcending the illusion of limitation in the physical world would naturally occur with spiritual growth and vertical, or spiri­tual, alignment. As the Maldekians evolved spiritually and vibrationally, and realized their full intelligence, they would transcend these seeming physical limitations until they became Light itself. This would require many cycles of evolution, but it was their her­itage, and they would all eventually accomplish this enlightenment experience and become one with the Divinity in themselves and in all of existence again.

For the remaining sixty years, spiritual teachings and simple practices were given to all Maldekians. Temples of Melchizadek, centers for high orders of initiatic trainings, were established for those who wished to devote their entire lives to spiritual study. (These temples were not unlike the Melchizadek temples built much later on Earth during the Atlantean eras. On both planets, the teachings and initiations given in these mystery schools were those of becoming enlightened and Christed beings while still in third-dimensional reality.) If the people wanted them to, members of the Pleiadian Emissaries of Light and Andromedan hierarchies would remain in the temples as teachers, but they would impose their teachings on no one who did not request them. All of the colonies agreed that they wanted the temples and leaders to become part of their world, and so they did.

At the end of the first 5200 years, there was consensus among all Maldekians about the importance of the temples and spiritual leaders, as well as the desire for spiritual evolution. The Sogan people still wished to remain isolated, while the other three groups wished to merge with them. The free will of the Sogan people was respected, and the other colonists were told that if any further contact was made between the colonies it had to be initiated by the Soganites. All the Maldekians agreed to continue existing rules of order, with one new addition: the people would still be protected against invasion, unless, through their own thought processes, they requested not to be. The Pleiadian and Andromedan spiritual teachers would remain with them as long as the people in each colony or village agreed by a majority. These agreements, as well as all other rules and changes, would be reviewed at the end of the next 5200­year cycle.

More extreme weather conditions than the people were accustomed to followed the meetings at the turn of the time cycle. These occurrences are always necessary to accommodate the changes in orbital pattern, solar frequency, and solar encoding when even the slightest pole shifts are made. The Maldekians were forewarned and therefore well prepared when these changes began. They had stored foods as advised, moved out of flood plains, improved roofing as needed, and made other preparations. When the floods, electrical storms, ice storms, and series of quakes were completed, only minor repairs and restoration were required before they continued with life as usual.

Spiritualization of Maldek-Years 5200 to 10,400

The entire next 5200-year cycle was predominantly focused on spiritual growth and establishing spiritual practices that could be shared by all. The Melchizadek temples were well visited and immediately attracted students who wished to devote their lives to studying metaphysical law and spiritual order. The secondary focus for that time cycle was on art, music, and architecture. The creative stimulus was strong in the people now—even the Soganites—and inner and outer beauty were important to them. They were learning to experience energy states emotionally and spiritually with more depth, and their relationships with one another, as well as their artistic areas of focus, reflected this newfound depth.

The level they were experiencing was mainly due to their learning to be more present and to offer fuller attention to their companions and themselves. They were also learning to be more loving and nurturing to one another during sexual activity. Their experiences were similar to those of new meditators when they first experience being present in stillness and silence. There was a long way to go from there, but what they had was a crucial beginning.

The Solarians were still the slowest to develop on all levels, since they had begun their evolutionary process as lower-dimensional consciousnesses instead of as beings moving from the higher realms down. However, they were always eager to learn and explore, so they created little conflict because of their differences. The Soganites remained isolated from the rest of the planet, but continued to evolve in their own right. In summary: steady, slow growth was consistent throughout the planet’s population and there were only minor disturbances and conflicts along the way.

At the end of that 5200-year cycle, the Maldekians as a whole were becoming consciously responsible beings, respecting all forms of life, natural resources, and one another. They were chiefly involved in self-improvement and examination of their lives in every area, from basic standards of living to creativity, spirituality, transportation, and relationships with others. Spirituality was still very ritualistic and experienced by most of them on a practical, idea level, but that is the nature of evolving beings who are learning to be spiritual.

Karmic Patterns Reintroduced in Stages-Years 10,400 to 10,800

When it came time for the cyclical review, all was going as well as had been anticipated, with hardly any glitches. Therefore, the basic planetary laws remained the same. The next level of evolutionary soul-encoding from Galactic Center was released through the Sun in “time-released doses.” It was time for the people—who had developed consistency, morality, security, and other vital strengths—to meet their shadows from the past. In other words, the karmic patterns from each person’s and each group’s previous experiences were ready to be released into their consciousnesses and their lives. The temples would continue and the Pleiadians and Andromedans would remain on Maldek as teachers, and provide assistance, understanding, and direction as new challenges presented themselves.

The changes were so subtle and gradual at first that the people hardly noticed them. The Mars II people slowly shifted to a more patriarchal focus. Men became the only ones to study full time in the temples. Women were more commonly seen as belonging to their husbands, while men started to explore promiscuity. The Mars II men also started pushing their supposed superiority onto the other colonists in an attempt to control trade. It took three generations for these shifts to take place after the third 5200-year cycle began, but the signs were clear. Men visited the temples more than women and were more involved in decision making. Women started to feel less important and taken for granted, but they were afraid to speak out. When they did speak out, they tended to get angry quickly, and the men reacted defensively. Household squabbles and minor incidents of violence began to occur. These were experienced with shame by all involved, and usually kept hushed up. As the frequency of these outbreaks and disputes between men and women increased, the people compared notes and realized that there was a serious problem developing. A group of men and women went to the temples to present the problem and seek guidance and understanding from the priests and priestesses. They were told about the karmic patterns that had remained dormant in their memories until recently. They were further told that men and women had to find their own paths to equality again. Suggestions were given about ways of communicating with one another when emotional grievances arose, and it was suggested that they practice thinking of their partners as equal to, and the same as, themselves. This same attitude of equality and co-creation was to be brought back into their relationships with the residents of other cities as well.

Meanwhile, the Free Orions were experiencing upheavals with respect to trust. They were becoming suspicious of one another’s ulterior motives in ordinary daily activities. As a result, competitiveness and power struggles increased rapidly. When anyone showed leadership qualities or extreme generosity, or excelled artistically or inventively, the others would suspect that person of wanting to take over. Decision making for the city was becoming difficult since the people’s natural tendency was to disagree with each other and use the power of veto to prevent others from gaining control. This pattern finally erupted into a brawl during a city-wide planning meeting. Several of the usual leaders accused one another of having ulterior motives and looking out for their own advancement and not for the good of the whole. After many heated words, fistfights broke out, and the whole meeting ended in chaos and violence. The Free Orions’ distrust and fear of dominance by others spread to their attitudes and dealings with the other colonies, especially with the increasingly pushy Mars II people.

When the priests and priestesses were consulted, they told the Free Orion people that the karmic pattern of victimhood was being activated in their subconscious minds, so they were seeing oppressors in everyone around them. In order to turn the problem around, they all needed to look at their own thoughts and attitudes and learn discernment. Projections of their subconscious fears onto one another had to be stopped and replaced with conscious work on deepening their trust in those who had proven themselves trustworthy.


The Solarians, at the same time, were beginning to indulge in feelings of shame and low self-worth. They compared themselves intellectually and artistically to the other cities and felt embarrassed about their obvious lacks. Motivation diminished greatly, for they believed their efforts would be futile and never as good as their neighbors, no matter how hard they tried. The Solarians had reached the stage in evolution at which they realized how much there was to learn and experience, but they felt unworthy because they had not already learned it. It was a very dangerous turning point, and one that required extreme discipline, self-love, and true humility rather than shame-based humility. Over several generations, their productivity and general quality of life suffered. Neglect became apparent in areas such as housecleaning, adequate care of children, and repairs to homes and buildings. The lethargy and futility were eating at them from the inside. They believed they had nothing valuable to contribute to life on Maldek and therefore did not try. It was natural for them to give up seniority to the other colonies, who had become so in need of dominance. There were a few Solarians who did not succumb to this negative state, and remained determined. It was these few who finally went to the temples for help when the problem became rampant and undeniable.

The priests and priestesses explained that the nature of the Solarians’ evolutionary journey had brought up this sense of lack and low self-worth because they had not come from the same experiential background as the others on Maldek. In other words, they were working their way up to places on the evolutionary ladder where the others had already been. Therefore, they had to work harder to understand things the others took for granted. For instance, many of the Maldekians were awakening to latent creative and spiritual abilities that the Solarians were just evolving to the point of being able to learn and express for the very first time. In coming to Maldek to seek connection with higher life-forms and Light Beings, the Solarians also had to deal with the fact that they needed the example of the others in order to learn and grow. Acceptance of themselves exactly as they were was the only cure, and self-pity and shame were their worst enemies.

The Soganites, in the meantime, had come face to face with their addictions and their need to deny the very existence of any problems. They were obsessed with happiness, or the pretense of happiness, and acted as if everything was okay even when it was not. They were terrified of feeling painful emotions and found every possible means for staying “high.” Bars and casinos sprang up and became the favored source of entertainment by many. (These establishments were similar to the saloons with dance-hall girls of the American Western era on Earth.) Carousing, drinking, illicit sex, and even drugs became a way of life in Sogan. Women and men alike fell under the spell of addiction and obsession with sensation. Marriages broke up, creating deep hurt and angry feelings; children were neglected while parents ran out at night to the saloons and casinos, or were too drugged at home to function. Malnutrition and birth defects were prevalent among infants and young children. Worst of all, syphilis was born as a deadly disease. Bodies and spirits were weakened by damage to their immune systems from drugs, alcohol, poor diet, and irregular sleep patterns. Denial, illicit sexual behavior, and loveless sex in general deeply harmed their souls’ connection to their bodies and brains. This combination of effects created the perfect breeding ground for venereal disease. Newborns came into life with the disease, and adults and young ones alike became painfully ill and died. There was, however, a portion of the population that remained unaffected by the release of the karmic patterns. These people remained sober and morally upright.

The priests and priestesses were asked by some of the healthy members of the Sogan community to call a large gathering and try to talk to the people. They responded by saying that they would be glad to facilitate a gathering, but they would not force anyone to attend. The meeting was attended by about 400 people. The priests and priestesses told them stories about the karmic patterns, the underlying addiction to happiness, and the emotional denial that was the real cause of the more obvious addictions. The people were advised that, in order to heal their problems, they must: (1) work holistically on their diets, take herbal healing treatments, and include fasting; (2) start coming to the temples for emotional healing and counseling to deal with the denial; (3) take up some form of regular spiritual practice to reconnect with their souls and spirits; and (4) work on creating intimacy with themselves, God/Goddess/All That Is, and others. The priests and priestesses were willing to work with the people on all levels as much as was required, but the people needed to seek out their help; they would not impose it.

In all of the colonies, responses to these teachings and offerings of help were mixed. Some people chose to righteously justify what they were doing and continued to regress rapidly. Some sought help, with varying results, depending on their level of commitment. There were those who came to the temples wanting the healers to fix them without putting forth any effort of their own, and their results were expectedly negligible. Others came ready to do whatever was required to break free of the problems plaguing them and their families. These people began to see results and changes right away; but even they knew that the process would require long-term discipline, determination, and the seeking of help as needed.

During this time, trade became strained between the cities. The invention of a steam-powered land vehicle had made trade physically easier and faster. However, there was so much emotional and spiritual confusion and projection onto others that it was difficult for people to maintain civil relationships within individual cities, much less between diverse groups. There were even fights among the traders from the three colonies engaged in trade relationships. For the most part, the major impact was a suffering trade business, with trade and travel simply diminishing until they became nearly nonexistent. No one quite understood fully what was going on, but within each colony, the people were aware of the karmic patterns and the influences these patterns were having on their lives. Though some people chose to deny or ignore this understanding, every person, without exception, had the opportunity to hear the truth behind his or her actions at least once. How it was handled individually was a matter of free will.

The only exception to free will came when violence began to get out of hand. Within all the colonies, for their various reasons and sources of pain, fighting accelerated. Each colony was divided between those who were genuinely taking responsibility for transforming themselves and creating their own realities and those who steadily immersed themselves in their personal debaucheries, victimhood, and underlying pain. Those who remained spiritually and emotionally irresponsible became more and more out of control. They began to create civil wars with those who were evolving. There were accusations of wrongdoing, ulterior motives, superiority, and general distrust. In some communities, those who were in denial and regression became totally nonfunctional and initiated unprovoked attacks on people on the streets. It became unsafe to be on the streets alone in these areas, and curfews at dark were agreed upon.


Imprisonment Instituted for Violent Crimes-Year 10,775

Throughout the Maldekian colonies and villages, civil unrest, outbreaks of violence, and growing polarization between the people were prevalent. In each colony, those who were attempting to be responsible and grow finally organized and decided that some sort of laws and law enforcement had to be initiated. Violence was made a crime in all cases, and suitable punishments were determined. Jails were created, law enforcement officials were selected, and people began to be arrested and locked up for everything from slapping others to beating them. While in jail, prisoners were visited by people who had volunteered to serve as counselors and go-betweens for the temples. These volunteers attempted to offer understanding, compassion, and nonviolent ways of working with the problems haunting the prisoners. Some of the prisoners were affected by their efforts, but most were not. Those who were not affected grew angrier and more hostile all the time, rebelling against discipline, spiritual teachings, and positive influence from others. The people were at a major turning point within each community about how to handle these deeply disturbed troublemakers. It was such a new dilemma that they were at a loss. When they sought help in the temples, advice and understanding were given, but the priests and priestesses could not tell them what to do without usurping their learning and growth.

 

The next stage of evolution came with the idea of capital punishment for repeatedly violent offenders. At first, most of the people were in shock at the very idea of anything so horrendous, and they dismissed the option completely. To kill someone for being violent was to become that which you wished to eliminate, many argued. Others argued in favor of capital punishment, saying that the violent ones were usurping their fundamental rights to feel safe and live by free will, and therefore could no longer be allowed to live on Maldek. Debates went on and on, back and forth. There was a stalemate for several years while temporary incarceration of violent criminals continued. In the meantime, it was agreed that those who were brought in for a third offense could be held indefinitely, or until the criminals chose to change. The criminals grievously protested, calling this a violation of their free will, but their appeal met with little serious consideration.

 

When a child in the Sogan colony was brutally beaten to death after being raped repeatedly by a drunken father, capital punish­ment was administered for the first time. The man had been in jail many times prior to the passing of the third-time-lock-up law, and when this last offense occurred, he knew at his arrest that he would be permanently jailed, at the very least. Capital punishment was decided on by a two-thirds majority of those attending the lawmaking gathering. Non-rehabilitated violent offenders were not allowed at the meeting, so those who did attend were not in danger of being outvoted by them. The man was hung in an open area on the outskirts of the city where as many as wanted to could observe. It was hoped that other violent people would witness the hanging and reconsider their present alternatives. Capital punishment was not made an absolute law, but was set aside as an alternative to be decided in individual cases by majority vote.

 

The trend toward escalation of violence spread throughout the colonies, with the Solarians remaining the most minimally affected. However, addictions to alcohol and drugs were beginning to emerge in Solaris, so the rest of their accompanying problems were destined to follow unless they were checked early on.

 

Capital Punishment in All Colonies-Year 10,800

Murders leading to capital punishment took place in all of the other colonies except Solaris within a year of the hanging in Sogan. Even though the other colonies were not in communication with Sogan, the planetary impact was still felt. By this time, Maldek was only about 400 years into the third 5200-year cycle. Whereas growth and peace had prevailed in the past, havoc and unrest were prevalent now. The first case of capital punishment in each colony only incited more anger and rebellion among the violent ones, which led to more extremes of violence and murder. As capital punishment was administered again and again in each community, it grew easier to choose. Finally, a man was hanged who had beaten someone to the point of unconsciousness on a third offense. The decision to use capital punishment was made on a close vote, but the majority agreed, and that member of the Mars II colony was hanged.

More types of crimes emerged among the lower classes. Rape, theft, and destruction of private and public property erupted. These were soon added to the list of offenses for which a person could be imprisoned. Prisoners were now asked if they wished to receive emotional and/or spiritual counseling, instead of having it imposed upon them. Most refused, though occasionally someone genuinely chose to receive help and made a successful reform. The cities of Maldek were becoming more and more like the cities of present-day Earth, only on a smaller scale. The criminals developed gangs as a way to have more power and protection for their life styles. This made law enforcement increasingly difficult. However, invention of more effective weapons was in progress. Previously, the police had carried only clubs and a type of handcuffs. Then knives, small swords, and something akin to tear gas were added to their methods of persuasion. Now the development of guns was well underway, in both Free Orion and Mars II, at about 11,400 years into life on Maldek. Police had these weapons exclusively in the beginning. Of course, the gangs soon managed to steal some of the guns, and then things got really crazy. Civil war was a reality, and no one was safe on the streets anymore. Police forces were increased, and soon they were given authority to shoot to kill gang members and anyone resisting arrest. Of course, the civil war accelerated. Maldek had become a police state.

By the time the gangs were destroyed, with most members killed by the police, crime was more under control than it had been in hundreds of years. The police forces were tough and merciless in all of the cities, even in Solaris, where some gang members from the other colonies had attempted to move in and take over. This attempt was short-lived, as Mars II came to the rescue shortly after the invasion and eliminated the last of the gang members. Though life was now safer and more peaceful on Maldek, a great impact had been made on the psyches of the people. Maldekians felt shame and guilt for having been a part of killing so many criminals, even by condoning the killings. But they could not find another way that was effective. Many people became highly nervous and fearful, even when crime was once again under control. Distrust grew, and the need for protection by meeting violence with violence was deeply ingrained in the people. Delegations traveled among the colonies to discuss their problems and share methods for handling them; but all of their stories were similar. Even the Soganites sent a delegation of twelve men and women to find out what was happening in other parts of Maldek and to seek advice. They found that all of Maldek was under the same duress, with minor variations on the themes.

By 11,600 years, all of the colonies had most crime under control. They maintained jails and heavy police forces. Now their challenge was how to prevent future problems and maintain safety and balance in their cities. It was agreed that all children were to be educated in morality, emotional health, and the law. In all of the cities and towns, the Maldekians decided to impose longer jail terms for even minor crimes to discourage the criminal forces. Of course, this did not remove the psychological and spiritual prob­lems from their world, but it did make them feel safer and more in control again. The police state was still a way of life, and most of the people were glad of it. The police forces had become very attached to their power and control, but they rarely abused it with the peaceful citizens.

Unfortunately, the temples had faded into the background for most Maldekians. They considered the fact that the priests and priestesses had not been willing to solve their problems for them a sign that they must do it all themselves. A few people continued to go to the temples and work on their own karmic patterns and spiritual evolution. And there were always those who entered the temples while still very young, choosing to make spiritual growth and study their whole lives. The spiritual focus, which had at one time been such a strong influence in all of the communities, had become part of the lives of only a small minority, and yet it did continue.

By the end of the third 5200-year cycle, Maldek had become more focused on control over its individual members and their activities than on spiritual growth and evolution. The population of the planet was up to about 7000 at that time, and only about one-tenth of the population was still interacting with the temples. Actually, a few Maldekians had attained to enlightenment by then, so the patterns of evolution and attainment were set in place. Every race benefits by the enlightenment and/or ascension of even one of its members, as this creates an energetic map for others to follow. The more key individuals who reach enlightenment, the stronger the magnetism toward spiritual attainment becomes for the rest of the population. The polarization by those in resistance also intensifies. By this time, three people from Mars II had attained spiritual mastery, as well as four from Free Orion, two from Sogan, and ten from the mixed races. This was a boon for Maldek, although not visible in the Maldekian cities as yet.

As this 5200-year cycle was approaching its end, several new Pleiadians were born into Maldekian families in each city and village. Following growth patterns similar to those who had come at other cyclical change times, they began to teach the people and set an example for them of another type of consciousness. As they grew into their teen years, the Pleiadians told stories more and more directly related to the karmic histories of the people, both prior to life on Maldek, and since then. The people, as usual, responded more to their own awakened children than they would have to anyone else, and they began to hear what the children had to say. The Maldekians were not blamed for anything that had happened there, but were simply re-taught about the universal laws of co­creation, free will, evolutionary purpose, and right action. The people were reminded that every person had a soul in the process of evolution, and that until they took responsibility for that evolution on a conscious level, suffering and living in fear and denial would continue.

1000-Year Grace Period-Years 15,600 to 16,600

When the Maldekians who were willing to listen asked the Pleiadian young ones how to deal with violence and crime, they were told that a grace period would be created. During that time, anyone attempting to harm another or take away a person’s free will would experience the instant-karma effect of having the intended harm turn back on the sender. During the grace period of the next 1000 years, the Maldekians would have nothing to fear from one another, due to the instant-karma law. They could use that time to break the karmic patterns that had been played out so vividly over the past 5200 years. Healing modalities that addressed the issues of emotional denial, negative and victim thinking, control and domination, and addictions would be taught to those who were ready to work as healers. The priests and priestesses in the temples, and the temple devotees, would be available for spiritual teaching and healing practices as well. Still, disciplined spiritual focus and healing would be required on the part of the people. It was recommended that the Maldekians create gathering places for group meditation services that would be led initially by members of the temples. This would be the best way to help people align with one another with higher intentions and as co-creators.

Other planetary laws remained the same, except that the people requested the ability to call for assistance from the higher realms with a majority agreement. They felt that if this arrangement had existed during the previous 5200 years, perhaps they would have found something other than capital punishment and police forces as an answer to their problems. Their request was accepted.

With amazingly little resistance, the police forces were disbanded and the jails torn down or converted into other types of structures. A ritual ceremony of forgiveness, release of the past, and commitment to co-creating a new kind of win/win future was held in each city. The Pleiadians who had been born to the people were middle-aged adults by this time. Along with the priests and priestesses from the temples, and a delegation of Pleiadian Archangels who had arrived on lightships, the Pleiadians conducted the ceremonies. All of the Maldekians were asked to attend the ceremonies, and most did. A few who were still self-righteously holding onto the old ways refused to participate and were left to their own choices. The ceremonies took place for one full week. At the end of this time, the Pleiadians who had been born to the Maldekians made a group ascension in each community, setting an energetic example of spiritual completion and transcendence. The lightships placed new Pleiadian Archangelic delegates in each temple and then left Maldek. A deep peace and love filled the hearts of those who had witnessed the ascension event and gave them a sense of renewal, hope, and determination.

The next 1000 years was filled with great spiritual acceleration. The Maldekians learned how to deal with their emotions and karmic patterns. Meetings were held regularly for group meditation, and more and more people chose to dedicate their lives to the temples and spiritual growth. Those who did not participate were left alone, but after a few generations they died out and left Maldek a quickly evolving spiritual planet. Since the people’s life spans were around 150 Earth years by that time, those who began young could cover much spiritual growth in a single lifetime. As a result, several more Maldekians from each group became enlightened, including the first Solarian to attain spiritual mastery.

Music and art also played major roles in their culture again. Even the Soganites began to mix with the other groups, though minimally at first. When the entire city of Sogan was destroyed by a giant flood about 500 years into the fourth 5200-year cycle, most of the people evacuated prior to the critical stage, and all of the Soganite survivors arrived in Solaris for shelter. Gradually the uprooted ones migrated into the other communities, until they were completely integrated into the diverse Maldekian culture. About 300 of the Soganites chose to rebuild their own colony and remain segregated, but friendly, with the other groups. Their colony was established only two days walking distance, or about four hours by steam car, from Solaris, where the largest number of their people remained. A small temple was built in the new colony and some of the priests, priestesses, and devotees from the previous Soganite temple took up residence and teaching and healing practices there.

After the 1000-year grace period of instant karma had passed, the Maldekians were a peaceful people again, and the instant-karma ruling was lifted. This did not affect their life styles at all. In fact, most of them were not very conscious of the ruling anymore, because it so seldom had been activated for the past few hundred years.

Lucifer’s Fall-Years 16,600 to 20,800

In the higher-dimensional realms, during the whole history of Maldek colonization, Lucifer’s role as Supreme Being had been mostly to maintain and transmit the encodings and instructions from Galactic Center to the appropriate devas, angels, guides, guardians, and keepers of the magnetic and energetic grids and poles. He had, of course, dispersed helpers and personal guides as needed, and held the focus for the higher collective consciousness to develop. Now that the Maldekians were developing a stronger higher collective consciousness, Lucifer’s role was changing. The group evolutionary patterns were now being held by the Maldekians’ own higher collective consciousness as well as by those Maldekians who had become enlightened and chosen to serve in the higher realms. Therefore, Lucifer was now more of a spiritual administrator, so to speak.

Though Lucifer had witnessed the evolution of species prior to his experience with Maldek, this was the first time he had served as Supreme Being. Blending with the consciousness of the entire planet and its population while maintaining his own autonomy had been an incredible learning experience for him. What he did not realize was that he had also been imprinted with the lower-vibrational patterns of Maldek’s collective consciousness. The pattern that was affecting Lucifer’s own developing subconscious most—which he did not think he had—was the distrust of Divinity. Other patterns of violence, victimhood, addiction, shame, low self-worth, and general distrust had also made lesser imprints on his subconscious. However, until his role of holding the higher collective consciousness was lessened by the evolutionary growth of the Maldekians, he did not know he had been impacted. As Lucifer gradually separated from the group mind of the higher collective consciousness and began to commune with that consciousness instead of experiencing it directly, he felt waves of restlessness and apprehension move through his beingness. He dismissed these experiences as being merely aftermaths of the change in his connection to the Maldekians. These waves continued in infrequent, but regular, patterns and were a direct feedback from his subconscious, or shadow side.

Believing himself to be beyond temptation and error on all levels, Lucifer continued to dismiss these sensations and thought patterns until they began to come more regularly. The more he ignored and denied their validity, the stronger they grew. He soon found himself feeling a need for more control over the evolution of the people, and a vague distrust in their ability to evolve without that control. The subconscious impressions were weaving their way into his consciousness more and more, and since he believed that all of his thoughts and feelings were responses to truth, he gave validity to the urges. As his own consciousness grew cloudier, the weather of Maldek responded accordingly. Rain and overcast skies, as well as lightning and thunderstorms, increased in frequency. He did not realize that his self-absorption in control thoughts and distrust of the people were clouding his perceptions and literally creating a fog in the filtering system of the solar encodings.

When the weather and climate-control devas asked Lucifer why the solar encodings seemed less accessible, and at times vague, he thought the beings were trying to excuse lapses in their own responsibilities. He did not stop to realize that there would be no logical reason for such action; he had simply come to have a certain amount of distrust in others, and it was spreading to the devas and guides.

He asked one group of devas to observe another group as a back-up system, but the new back-up devas could find nothing wrong with what the others were doing. So Lucifer began a full-scale search among the devas, angels, guides, and other higher-dimensional servers for the problem. It never occurred to him that he could possibly be the cause of the breach; he never questioned his own effectiveness, even to the very end.

On Maldek, the people were experiencing erratic energy and emotional patterns that seemed to parallel the changes in weather. Their moods swung drastically. They became short-tempered and restless during thunderstorms. Their minds felt foggy after days of cloudy skies and fog. When the Sun came out again, they were relieved, but wary about feeling so out of control. They felt a need to be in control of their own emotions and bodies, but did not believe they could be. Lucifer’s lack of belief in their ability to evolve on their own was affecting them subconsciously and beginning to change their overall sense of self-confidence. The people tried harder to maintain self-control, and went to the temples as often as possible; they sensed a need for more help. Continuing their group meditations, healing practices, and self-observation helped to a point, but addictions also started to creep in again. As a result of their mounting underlying fear of not being capable of spiritual evolution, they reached out for stimuli that could calm them and make them feel more relaxed and confident again.

As Lucifer observed the people, he grew to believe more and more that they needed to be controlled. He lost confidence in the ability of the solar encodings and the crown-chakra, time-released evolutionary stimuli to bring about positive results. He felt that the energies being generated from the center of the planet were too subtle to make a difference. He lost confidence in the personal guides’ abilities to have any impact on the people at all, and came to believe that none of the higher-dimensional guides and servers of humanity genuinely cared about the people or even thought about their welfare. He believed that all of the guides, angels, devas, and other servers were merely robotically following orders as he, himself, had done for a long time. He believed he was just awakening to the fact that Galactic Center, the Pleiadians, and all of the others he was working with were under some kind of trance and unable to think and respond to individual situations appropriately. He truly believed that he was the only one who was capable of appropriate response and decision making.

By this point in Lucifer’s descension into the subconscious imprinting, he had lost almost all touch with Divine Truth and the purity of Light. He had fallen into a delusionary state and believed that there was some giant plot on the part of God to keep everyone asleep and under his thumb. Lucifer thought that he had to become more powerful than God and the forces of Light in order to wake up and take control over the evolution of the Maldekians, and perhaps, over existence in general. Someone had to defy God and prove that God was holding us all back and keeping us under his control in order to prevent us from knowing that we were as powerful as he was. This was how Lucifer’s thoughts were running by the end of the 5200-year cycle. Furthermore, he believed he had to keep his ideas to himself because everyone was so under God’s hypnotic spell. Lucifer believed he had to operate alone until he had taken control and broken free of the encodings from the Sun, the Pleiades, Sirius, and Galactic Center.

Meanwhile, on Maldek, the people were erratically having emotional fits; many even were going insane. Dementia, paranoia, split-personality disorders, and neuroses were rapidly increasing among the people. Outbreaks of violence were recurring. The priests and priestesses were even affected by the change in the input coming from the Sun and from the center of the planet. Lucifer’s derangement had created ever-increasing veils between the solar encodings and the planet. Without the solar encodings, the Light Beings at the core of the planet could not receive instructions and energy patterning to transmit to the planet, and they were “winging it,” so to speak. At first, when the encodings and patterning were disturbed and erratic, the Light Beings continued to transmit whatever they received; but, as the transmissions became more and more irregular and even chaotic, a decision was made to override the imbalanced input and return to the most common patterns of transmission. The Light Beings sent telepathic waves to Lucifer for direction; all they received in return were strangely garbled signals that were undecipherable. The Light Beings knew something was off, but they had no idea what the cause was or what to do about it.

On Maldek, power struggles were taking place everywhere, even in the temples. The priests and priestesses were reacting to the pollution of the higher dimensions by fighting among themselves. Arguments broke out over the appropriateness of healing practices, and over which rituals were required for which purpose. The priests and priestesses withheld information from the devotees and one another, thinking it was for the other’s own good. Each thought that only he or she was still in touch with higher purpose.

Gambling, drinking, drugs, violence, and loveless sex were becoming very common again, and with each sign of regression by the people of Maldek, Lucifer became more confident that his conclusions and decisions about taking control were correct. The people of Maldek had lost touch with any kind of sane reality and were wildly attempting to find comfort through “numbing out,” or seeking extremes of sensation. Suicide was occurring frequently among the people. Climatic conditions were totally unstable. Crops were failing. Animals and plants were dying rapidly. Very little peace or normalcy existed anywhere on Maldek.

When the Photon Band began to contact the planet from Galactic Center near the end of the fourth 5200-year cycle, Lucifer made his move. He used all of his force to come between the planet and the influence of the Photon Band. He ordered the serving angels and devas to form a great shield of reflective light around Maldek. He told the angels it was to protect Maldek, but would explain no further. Since they were supposed to follow Lucifer’s instructions exactly, they did so. The Light Beings at the core of the planet, receiving waves of hate and distrust from Lucifer, were trying to maintain the tantric transmissions, although they were doing so with some desperation—and with resulting energy pollution—by this time.

Higher-dimensional Light Beings such as the Pleiadian Archangels, Sirians, and Andromedans attempted to break through the shields created by Lucifer and all of those he had recruited to hold them in place. Finally, the internal and external pressures around Maldek grew so strong that they threw the planet completely out of its orbit. Lucifer had planned to do just that, but he had not anticipated the results. As Maldek was jerked from its orbit, the external temperature rose and spontaneous combustion occurred in the atmosphere. The internal pressure plates gave way and the entire planet exploded into small pieces.

The Light Beings at the core of Maldek, as well as many of those in the atmosphere around the planet, were fragmented and hurled through space. The Pleiadians, Sirians, and Andromedans were ready. They magnetized the damaged ones into healing, protective cocoons as they left the planet’s atmosphere. All life-forms, including humans, were, of course, destroyed instantly when the planet exploded. The human souls and soul fragmentations were also gathered into healing cocoons for transport. All of the cocooned beings and fragments were taken to Earth, and the cocoons were placed in the oceans to be tended by the thousands of dolphins who had already been living there for a few hundred years.

Author’s Note: When the cocoons containing human beings and-higher-dimensional Light Beings who had been fragmented or otherwise damaged arrived in the oceans of Earth, the dolphins were prepared to receive us. Yes, I was among them, and I have re­-experienced the entire episode vividly. All of us who were stationed at the core of Maldek at the time of the explosion were cocooned and brought here. The dolphins were foretold of our arrival and circumstances by means of their highly sophisticated communications network with the stars, the Sun, and other planets. This network operates through their electrical systems and Ka bodies. In fact, their light bodies, electrical systems, and Ka bodies are blueprints for what ours are becoming. They are our more highly evolved elder brothers and sisters, placed on Earth to set the example for what we are evolving into. Therefore, they magnetically guide us toward our own destinies as fully awakened, multidimensional Light Beings.

 

These loving ones began at once to examine the cocooned beings one by one. They sent love and reassuring telepathic messages through the walls of the cocoons to those inside. Turning the cocoons with their snouts, the dolphins swam in pods around them while transmitting high-frequency stellar and solar emanations through their sonar. They healed all of us and nurtured us back to consciousness and peace again.

Now listen again as Ra continues:

Lucifer escaped to the Orion warrior colony, deciding that perhaps they were the only others who might understand his revelations and give him asylum. He was right, of course, and glad they were to attain such a powerful ally for their ongoing war against the Light and Galactic Center. Thus began the Lucifer Rebellion, as it has become known.

Fires burned in the atmosphere where Maldek had been for the equivalent of hundreds of Earth years before the last visible signs of the catastrophe were gone. Left behind was what we now know as the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. This belt includes the Goddess asteroids: Pallas Athena, Vesta, Ceres, and Juno (Hera). The Goddesses represented are all ones who had power and sovereignty and lost it to patriarchal demigods; they are in the process of healing and being restored on Earth at this time. Coincidental or meaningful symbolism considering their origins? You decide.

Chiron is a large asteroid located between Uranus and Saturn. It is the astrological divine counterpart to this Maldekian-created belt. Chiron is the astrological aspect of the wounded healer who, in the process of serving, becomes damaged and must heal himself in order to ascend. His location in, and aspects to, your astrology chart are the major keys to unveiling your own individual wounds that, when healed, will lead to your own wholeness, enlightenment, and ascension. The key theme, once again, is in male/female balance and the right use of power and sexual energy.

Author’s Note: Though they were few in number, the enlightened and ascended Maldekians do exist. They now inhabit the fourth and fifth dimensions of Jupiter, holding the lessons of expansiveness of spiritual integrity, Light, trust, and freedom. Calling on these Maldekian Ascended Masters, as well as exploring your astrological relationships between Jupiter, the Goddess asteroids, and Chiron are ideal ways of identifying and healing your own Maldekian karmic patterns.

In the spirit of the Maldekian lessons of outside authority, trust, and spiritual exploration, I offer this poem.

ANTICLIMAX

It’s time now. A voice from behind gently pulls at me, pulling me back to here and now, to that moment where everything begins and ends all at the same time. A firm, yet soft, touch on my shoulder echoes without words, It’s time now.

Responding with only a turn of my head, I acknowledge her. I see in her eyes the message once more.

My eyes reach out and say , “Just a little longer.” Her smile replies, compassionately, It’s time now.

“Come,” says she. And I turn to look behind me one last time, as her hand upon my shoulder presses, ever so slightly, adding emphasis to her beckoning, her invitation. “Come,” is repeated by her touch and nod, like a bowing of her head.

With one deep breath I turn to face her, and away we step, together again, Spirit Woman and I, hand in hand.

“Don’t look back,” she says; and these words send a quick shiver of panic through me. I jerk and start to turn, but her hand now tightens, close around mine, repeating once more, “Don’t look back.” And we walk on, my heart loudly pounding. I look at her hard. I say to her with my eyes, “Just one last. . .” Her eyes cut me off, silently warning, “Don’t look back.” I feel her urging me on with her heart, the message repeated in love.

But I cannot stop; my impulse is strong. And quickly I turn, hoping for one last something to pull me back, to say, “Stay. This is where you belong.”

But instead, only darkness and empty silence abide.

I look to her for answers now, in hope of understanding. But her eyes, her heart, her touch, her silent words, all say, “I tried to stop you.” Her arm around me tightens, but gently, and pulls me forward once again. I do not understand, and yet deep peace moves through me now like a gentle wave.

And together, we walk on. Nothing ahead. Nothing behind. A pervading sense of presence; of here now; of anticlimax. I am not sure why I avoided this for so long.

Time passages lose their power in here now.

Whether we walked for minutes or hours, days or centuries, I cannot tell.

We’ve never stopped.

And in the silence and peace of movement days or lives could pass in a single step.

I know I’ve learned something that gives me a sense of Strength, Faith, Patience, Trust; for they are real: omnipresences, as natural to me as taking a breath, or feeling the wind in my hair, or splashing cold water in my own face from a clear stream.

The two of us move, silently, reverently, onward: a living, walking Namaste to all that has been, to All That Is, and all that shall be; and to each other. And with each step a little more of the burden of meaning with which I have laden everything and everyone in my past drops away.

Piece by piece, it dissolves as easily as the Sun into the evening sky.

Until, at last, all that is left is a Luminous Void abiding within me, and I abiding within the Luminous Void.

It’s time now. Her words take on a new meaning, but I do not understand. As the Luminous Void inside and around me grows, she squeezes my hand, and then lets it go, and somehow this gesture echoes her words. My eyes seek answers. But her eyes grow first brighter and then begin to fade away. Her image disappears into the Luminous Void.

I gasp and reach out to pull her back, but I cannot. A last, loving smile and gentle nod and she is gone.

Sounds of silence roar forgotten memories. Winds of time blow through my core. I am alone

on a path to and from Nowhere—so suddenly, like a falling star that soars through a darkening sky to who knows where. Behind me: darkness. Ahead: soft haze. And here and now: the Luminous Void.

Something inside me settles somehow. A wave of peace and acceptance spreads through me—though I do not know why. I begin to walk on. Nothing ahead. Nothing behind. Just pervading sense of presence: my own, the sacred presence that I Am, of here now, of anticlimax. I am not sure why I avoided this for so long.

Alone I walk on—minutes or hours or days, I cannot tell.

But I’ve never stopped.

And once again in the silence and peace of my own movement, one step at a time, I learn something.

I become more.

And Strength, and Faith, and Patience, and Trust deepen:

Omnipresences as real and natural to me as existence.

Walking on in silence and in reverence, I am a single,

walking, living Namaste to all that has been, and All That Is,

and all that shall be, and to myself.

And with each step the burden of meaning I gave to her,

to us, to everything, slips away: dissolving with ease as softly as a sigh.

Until, at last, all that remains is only a Luminous Void abiding within me, and I abiding as the Luminous Void. And only then, from deep inside, I hear a distant, familiar voice.

It’s time now. I hear this time—resistance gone—and with an inner glow I softly reply, “Yes!”

And closing my eyes, I hear her voice: “Just a few steps more,

and ahead there is a bridge: an arched bridge. You cannot see

to the other side until you stand at the crest, in the center. Walk slowly, and at the crest you will see a light in the distance. Follow it, and it will lead you home.”

In silence, I softly reply, “Yes!”

Deep inside what I Am, I feel a warm breeze comforting, caressing, filling me with all the love I’ve ever known—in a single moment between times.

And just as I open my eyes to step forward, I see endless horizons with endless bridges, one after another. And with quiet laugh and willing heart I step forward toward the first bridge knowing I will cross them all, eventually, without question. I am not sure why I avoided this for so long.


Just as I hit “Save” on my computer after inserting the poem at the end of this chapter, I felt eyes staring at me, and looked up with a start. There, with his nose almost touching the window in front of me, was Earnest, my deer friend. After telling him to wait for a moment, I went to the refrigerator and got out a large yellow tomato. I cut it into eighths and went outside to greet him. He would not accept the food until I sat on the ground where his nod implied I should sit. Once I was seated, he began to enjoy the tomatoes, knocking three pieces to the ground in the process.

When Earnest had finished the tomatoes in my hands, he nuzzled the ones on the ground and made light snorting sounds. The juicy fruit pieces were covered with small pebbles and dirt. While sending him pictures of what I intended, I asked him if he would like me to clean off the tomato pieces for him. I sensed his acquiescence as he moved his head aside a little to allow me access to the fruit. I picked the pieces up one at a time wiping them clean with my fingers while he patiently waited, then accepted each offering as it was free of debris. As I reached for the last one, he lowered his head and my hand brushed across his velvety antlers. He twitched slightly, then looked deeply into my eyes. As I still held the last piece of tomato in my hand I felt an opening in the deer; in response, I lifted my hand and slowly stroked from his chin, down his neck, and to his chest. He then ate the last piece of tomato after which he slowly, albeit thoroughly, licked every drop from my hands including between my fingers. Tears gently trickled down my cheeks as I felt the deepening of our bond of trust and friendship.

Then he backed up slightly and just stood there looking at me. I waited for him to walk away while maintaining eye contact continually for another minute or so. Finally I received the message, “He wants you to walk away while he watches this time.” In response, I stood slowly while Earnest remained close by. After I stood, he looked up at me and I felt a wave of love and trust from him that penetrated my heart and soul completely. We were quiet together for a few moments before I turned and walked away. As I reached the door I looked back to see him still watching me. I went inside and looked out the window as he turned and walked away.

I have never seen Earnest again since that very special afternoon during which he visited me twice. But the healing and bond between us remains even in his absence.

This last experience with my deer friend was another confirmation to me of the importance in the messages about healing trust among humans, between humans and animals, and in humans toward higher-dimensional Light Beings. In other words, unity in diversity is the path of the future.


[1] Note by Giovanni A. Orlando. The Lemurian like me join the party from the beginning, in Venus and there I was a mutant. However this new group arrived like a New Soul to wear New bodies.

[2] Note by Giovanni A. Orlando. These people are Blond Like.

[3] Note by Giovanni A. Orlando – These are the Indian-like People blue-gray skin and black hair and black eyes.

[4] Note by Giovanni A. Orlando – The Young Soul Colony is the White today.