Margaret Alice

Rookie - 3 Points (The Crystal Age / Pretoria - South Africa)

The Sky Being No Limit 6.29.2008

Reading about old records having been
falsified in Biblical times by Essenes and
Zealots, discovery by the wrong people
could lead to certain death - symbols
and codes were used as subterfuge and
wrong names and dates as camouflage-
just like Government information today;

Masses of people have ALWAYS been
led by misinformation and deception,
when we find those misleading records
we cannot decipher truth from direct
lies; isn’t it amazing that nothing has
changed in two thousand years – will
it change in the millennium to come?

Yes, I believe it shall; we shall keep on
progressing and evolution of thought,
accepting freedom and understanding
of meaning of life shall allow us all to
construct a new society; we have made
amazing progress in morality, from
sheer hedonism to acceptance of

Responsibility – who knows how far
we can go? – I believe in possibility
as infinite; the sky being no limit –
infinity as unending forever!

Jane Roberts “The Eternal Validity of the Soul” p 442- 447

Submitted: Sunday, June 29, 2008
Edited: Monday, June 29, 2009

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