Comments on Contact Report 469
Very well written, must have been Philia's hand in this translation... Remarkable story, the Goblet of Truth, available today for those who want to know the true teachings... of ancient history.
--R. Arena 16:51, 16 June 2010 (BST)
Judging by this contact note the epic battle between good and evil, the plejarens against the giza intelligences were ongoing since Arus 1 and hence the legends that it has forged
What did the highly developed plejarin Keridwena the triple goddess see in a lowly developed human being like merlin to fall in love with him.
Even if his spirit was extraterrestrial, unless Merlin's spirit in his past life had special meaning and significance with Keridwena, it still doesn't negate the genetic inferiority of his and thus consciousness inferiority compared with the triple goddess.
Why if she fell in love with merlin did she not convince him to undergo a technological alteration of his consciousness to match hers so that they would be more compatible.
Didn't she foresee in her high wisdom that even if Merlin was highly developed by earthly standards that he was still a genetically flawed and consciousness wise inferior earthly human being with degenerate qualities which will bear out by the deeds he'll sow from those potentialities.
Or is this another classic case where 'love is blind' even for a highly developed plejaren women.
--newinitiation 06:15, 13 July 2010 (BST)
You need to analyze not just Keridwena's emotional attachment to Merlin, but also the High Council's approval of such interaction between a Plejaren and Merlin, a close associate with King Arthur. It was an attempt to foster the creational teachings along with proper meditation to counter act the Christian degenerated attempt for world domination and conqest of any movement against its religious dogmas.
It was a part of several different attempts throughout Earth's history in order to nurture and establish the Truth of creation so that again humans can become positive instead of degenerating.
Unfortunately relying on Earthling's free will to bring about such changes were nullified by his lack of discipline and in some cases, interference with the Giza intelligences and their allies.
--John 22:27, 13 July 2010 (BST)
Well said John and I guess plejarens are humans afterall and that they can and do fall in love with an earthling.
The mission to spread the truth through a human being doesn't come with the proviso that they have to fall in love with them.
This is the mistake that Keridwena made that ultimately ended the mission a partial failure because she was too trusting of Merlin to do the right thing.
We can conjecture and assume all we like but discerning from the results Keridwena's act of giving the sword to Merlin was the genesis of the mission's failure.
Irrespective of whether the High Council have given their permission to spread the Creational teachings via a human being, being too trusting of earthly human beings always ends up with bad results especially if you give them weapons.
Poor Keridwena, it is no fault to love another human being but probably from this experience I am assuming that the high council would have advised the plejarens of a strict prohibition by any ET dealing with earth people during their mission to never fall in love with them.
--newinitiation 01:13, 16 July 2010 (BST)
The should have had a built in safety device for misuse of the thunder sword. One who uses it for treachery shall be electrocuted. I will not eat at Round Table Pizza and support there treachery. : j/k
--Mark 03:46, 16 July 2010 (BST)