- On May 10, 2015
- By Gavin & Yvonne Frost
Science and God-ess
There is much confusion in thinking and talking about “God/ess”–that is, god-or-goddess, meaning a deity of all/any/indeterminate gender. Here today, then, we propose a simplistic but powerful view that (we hope) helps you understand what a god or goddess really is.
Imagine a time past, so long ago that there is no record. Imagine a small group of people worshipping–that is, putting energy into–a tribal god. Fairly soon that energy nexus would contain sufficient power to make some small thing happen (gasp). It could be something as simple as turning water into wine … or it might be that prankster god Coincidence, or defeating the next tribe along the creek. Immediately, then, the whole tribe begins to worship–that is, put energy into–their specific god. They might even name it: maybe Juju or Joshua or Shiva.
Pretty soon you have a huge store of psychic energy contained in the juju. The more people worship the juju, the more energy is collected under the chosen name.
Other tribes in other areas are doing the same thing. Pretty soon you have many stores of energy with many different names. If we think of such stores as positive, then we can also think of them as potentially negative. As word of the new procedure gets around, some people store hate, as contrasted with love. These become the negative stores.
When people tap into the energy, whether positive or negative, many different things–“miracles”–can happen. People can absorb so much of the energy that they become “possessed” … and therefore not responsible for the acts performed by their possessed physical being. Thus you have the phenomenon of drawing down the god/ess into a person. All you’re doing is getting a charge as if you had received an electric shock–and indeed many of the after-effects of drawing energy down (when it works properly) are very similar to the effects reported with electrotherapy or shock treatment.
So let’s stop the BS. Let’s understand that, stripped of the gasping, gods and goddesses are nothing more than energy.
Now certain sects will also tell you that they can form elementals. Elementals are small energy stores. There is no difference except in size; or you might think of it as in voltage potential. “But we have to control elementals!” they pant. Yes, but because the energy stores are small, you can control them. But can you control an energy store that has been formed over centuries and regard it as a god/ess? You probably don’t have enough energy to do that, although some of the medieval magicians tried very hard to. As the stored energy is used for more and more earthplane tasks such as healing, so the energy store is depleted. Imagine a battery. You use it to light lights or to run an engine, and it loses its power unless it is continually recharged. The gods are just the same. We have found recently that the energy store popularly called “Jesus” is much depleted. It behooves you to use a different god/ess in your healings, maybe even one that you and your group have constructed.
There are many well-known ways to put energy into a god/ess form. Chief among them seems be loving sexual relationships.
Okay, guys and gals. So this is a different way of thinking about gods, goddesses, and elementals. We have applied it for many years and have found that it explains “psychic” phenomena. The god/esses we discuss here are not a juju-on-a-stick. The god/esses we discuss here ae not a juju-on-a-stick. They are real and can be harmful when used improperly.
This, by the way, is not a new idea. It has been extended to explain “dark” energy. Seventy percent of the energy in the universe is the so-called “dark” type, the astrophysicists tell us. Then it follows that it expands; because every living entity contributes its bit of spiritual energy to the system and the multiverse will continue to expand.
A suggestion from Yvonne: When you tell your Guide daily of your gratitude, mention gratitude for the level of understanding we’re beginning to attain. I find that gratitude and humility are not bad habits to practice. Just a personal observation …