Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Blood and Consciousness

In a recent interview on the VirtualLight Broadcast about my new book, Hardwired to Heaven, I was asked about consciousness being in the blood. I do believe that wherever light brings information through water, there is consciousness. As I say in my book, "Water is the medium through which the language of light is written." Blood, being 90 per cent water, is able to carry quite a bit of information. Light enters the heart through a special place I call the sacred coordinate and informs the water within the blood located in the heart. This blood, known as "heart-blood," is said to carry the life essence. What is it about blood that makes it so special?

Blood sacrifices were used by the Aztecs to keep the sun moving and by the Israelites to keep the covenant of God with His people. The Maya use a term called "blood lightning" to describe our connection between our physical being and our spiritual being. When we are congruent, one in spirit and body, we feel this in our heart. Perhaps blood lightning originates in that special place in the heart and permeates the heart-blood first. Blood lightning, the vital force that animates consciousness, is also used to describe intuitive knowing or insights that flow through us when we are hardwired to heaven through our heart. It's interesting that the Maya describe this connection with Source as blood lightning. Could they intuitively know that once we follow our heart, our blood is able to carry high frequency light - light that is necessary for the development of our consciousness?

There is speculation that the Holy Grail is the sacred bloodline of Jesus and Mary Magdalene. If this is true, then could this blood contain Christ consciousness? J. J. Hurtak writes in his book, The Book of Knowledge: The Keys of Enoch, that consciousness is in the blood and it is the blood that makes us sacred.

Let's look at blood. When we think of blood, we usually think of a red viscous liquid. What makes the blood red? The iron in the hemoglobin molecule within the red blood cell imparts the red color to blood. Just as the earth has an iron core, the core of our sacred red blood cell is iron. In addition, the red blood cell is shaped like a doughnut or torus, just as the unified field is shaped like a torus, since the Universe is holographic. In addition, mature red blood cells lack a nucleus, unlike the majority of the rest of the cells in our body.

Dr. Harvey Bigelsen uses photographs of the blood to assess the health of his patients. He has found images in the blood that look like the part of the body that is, or will soon be, affected. His website has photographs to show this. He believes that our thoughts are mirrored in our blood. The quote from Edgar Cayce "The day may yet arrive when one may take a drop of blood and diagnose the condition of the entire physical body" is at the top of Bigelsen's website. It seems there is an intelligence in the blood. Could it be that the torus-shaped red blood cells have a direct connection to the torus-shaped unified field? After all, it is the form that informs. 

Perhaps the reason why so many have longed to find the Holy Grail is because it holds the keys to our existence. The centuries-old quest to know ourselves as the gods that we are continues. Science, which was once separate from spiritual thought, is now leading the crusade of self-knowledge and self-realization. What was once thought of as spiritual absurdity is now quickly being explained by science. 

We are just beginning to scratch the surface of how our bodies really work and how we are hardwired to heaven. Every cell is a separate conscious being in communication with every other cell and with that which created them. We cannot separate our human physicality from our divinity. As I write in Hardwired to Heaven, "The thread of consciousness is woven into the fabric of all matter. It is through this 'internet' that divine intelligence orchestrates the cosmos." 

Leviticus 17:11 says "For the life of a creature is in the blood and I have given it to you to make atonement for yourselves on the altar, it is the blood that makes atonement for our life." The word "atonement" comes from Middle English, at onement. There is no separation. God/divine consciousness is omnipresent - especially in the blood.

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