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>The Cosmic Transmissions

>Here is a sample of some video transmissions I have made, dealing with the Cosmic Understanding materials and more. Hopefully, by speaking directly, I can bypass the limitations of the written word, something that has only recently become possible through the advances of the Internet-


>New Versions of Sayings From Above

>I- Editted on 2/24/08

(Note- These sayings are ever-edited, to improve their clarity of transmission)

Fear is gone with a smile.

Behind the history of war is a history of kindness- which exists in God’s book.

We fly in the spirit more fully than in the air.

The light within burns brightest.

Truth’s light burns away lies.

The path of light stretches to the comic core and, like an umbilical cord, from there to God Himself.

Each one of us is a tiny universe.

Truth is real when we find it for ourselves.

Open your heart and feel the kiss of the universe.

This now we have is all we ever need- live fully and in love with it.

As flower petals fall to Earth, so does heaven manifest in life’s endless beauties.

Love, God, Reality are all names for the essence of life.

When we bless each other, our own blessings multiply- grace invites greater grace.

When we feel at home, we start to heal.

>Sayings from Above

>I- Added on 4/22/07

(Note- These sayings are ever-edited, to improve their clarity of transmission)

Nothing banishes fear like a warm smile.

The secret history of kindness lives forever.

When men discovered airplanes, they forgot how to fly.

Cherish the light within you most.

Lies flee when the truth appears.

Angels guard us in constancy.

Small though we are, we’re as important as the entire universe.

The greatest truth is the one we find ourselves.

If you let it, the sun will kiss you.

Live life as if today was you last.

Heaven falls to earth as a flower-petal.

God’s very being is His love.

Whenever we bless another, we bless ourselves as well.

Let God heal you, by making you feel at home.

II- Added on 5/20/07

The darkness we really fear is that within ourselves.

The only thing we really fear is our own dark imaginings.

Yet Angels of mercy guide us on the paths of light.

In faith is a life which resurrects those parts of us trapped by sin.

Sin hurts us- that outside of us can do no lasting harm.

Faith in God is the surest protection from sin of all.

Guardian angels watch us every step of the way- that invisible footprint following ours is of them.

God to Gods to Creator-Sons to Angels to Messiahs… for we are never alone.

Eternity stretches as far above us as within us… the endless spirals of life in life.

III- Added on 5/31/07

Mysteries of existence-

Why did God make the world with so much more beauty than we can possibly comprehend?

Why do so few people find the time to relax and enjoy the beauty of the world, when it is all around them?

With imagination, man can make a heaven of hell… or a hell of heaven.

(to be continued…)

>Sailing on Cosmic Seas


Glancing at the scientific table of elements, one wonders how the Grand Universe was made from things so small. Then, one realises- even the smallest of things is infinite.

When the first life was seeded on our planet, in that wondrous explosion as the comet hit- imagine the light created! Every day, with the Dawn-breaking of our nearest star, that moment happens anew.

The Light

Sailing cosmic seas between planets, we approach the guiding spirits of the architectural worlds, most especially Edentia. Lifeline to the cosmic source and light of the ages to those great spirits who design and maintain the vast creation, acting co-creationally with The Father with their great degree of knowledge and wisdom, bringing light and truth to lesser beings than themselves to just the necessary degree.

Truth-forgers who devote their lives to purifying and cleansing themselves, to inviting the divine will to manifest itself clearly through them, such will be touched by the gentle and loving manner in which the Great Father maintains the created universes, ensuring carefully, yet utterly effortlessly that-

* Everything has the opportunity to grow into the fullest realisation of it’s inner blueprint
* Nothing that might be too overwhelming is revealed, or even experienced by an evolving being. That which comes to each individual is something that they are ready for, that which is revealed is that which they can comprehend, or at least in some way integrate with their previous experiences.
* The overall balance of the cosmos is maintained despite allowing for such disturbances that are necessitated by the providence of free will, to all of God’s creatures in the created order of the cosmos.
* The seeming contradictions inherent in this arrangement are perfectly, flawlessly and ultimately resolved by the divine intelligence, which can anticipate all possibilities through awareness of all potentialities, Needless to say, such knowledge is rationed out to evolving beings and even immortal personalities on the basis of their neccessity to know, level of curiosity and degree of comprehension. It is on a ‘need to know’ basis’. For the universe is far more than a flatland or holographic reality. In fact, it is a multi-dimentional field of evolving experiences, in which all beings find their way back to their original source.

Life’s Adventure

In all of this, life is not just the learning experiences predicated by the traditions of the academic field. It is a great, vast adventure, in which all the answers are as yet unrevealed, all the questions not yet answered and the final end- a climax of unprecedented beauty and intensity- has yet to be experienced by the evolving soul.

>The Messiah


Part I- Who Was the Messiah?


The Messiah, the anointed one, is someone whom the ancient Hebrews, amongst others, had been awaiting for centuries.

There was hope that his coming would herald victory over their worldly and national troubles, yet despite this materialistic dream, the true victory is a spiritual event- then, as now, as it ever shall be in the endless worlds of the Creation.


When Jesus did come, he offered not the usual murky spells of religion, but a crystal clear and unending steam of religious truth, which is synonymous with pure love.

His aim was not simply to establish a new religion on the foundation of the old, but to reassert the truths that Judaism had long ago been based upon. He was making the ancient mysteries public for the first time. To do so required an utterly original teaching that could unify the deeply personal experience of God with social realities.

Jesus traveled widely, far more widely than The New Testament, as it has come down to us might seem to suggest. He dwelt long in the lands of the east, in places such as Egypt and Tibet, where he learning from the children of creation the mysteries of that creation, just as we do. The famous three wise men were not the only Masters to have a role in the upbringing of this uniquely gifted child…


Even now we can see that those truest to Christ’s ideal can be Easterners as much as those of the West, from Gandhi to Mother Theresa, to the Dalai Lama. This, the greatest religious event of human history, belongs to no one religion, much less any particular group of people.

Part II- What Did the Messiah Teach?


Jesus, as a divine incarnation of The Eternal All, was utterly in tune with what this Eternal All Is and was thus uniquely qualified to reveal this knowledge. Mortal words are insufficient to portray this; yet, out of respect for our languages, so did he teach. Yet he knew, more than any, the supreme truth of action.

Jesus’ acts were not limited to the miracles, though these have long proved impressive, to minds that hunger for evidence of eternal power. His indelible fingerprint was that everyday gift of love, forgiveness, compassion, which he showed even in the smallest of ways. Those who had sinned were forgiven and sent forth to sin no more.

For the selfishness of sin brings the curse of death, by denying the very unity of life; whilst true love is life itself, freeing that great Self within us all. Such is his teaching. In his love, he gave his very life for us, despite our many sins.


By unveiling the mysteries of rebirth, in which we must lose our lives to gain them; in even giving his own self in such a way of selfless sacrifice; Jesus showed us the supreme path- of living for others without a thought for ourselves. In so doing, the old being must perish, to be born anew in unimaginable glory, just as the butterfly emerges from it’s chrysalis.

We caterpillars are all butterflies at heart, if we but enter the chrysalis of love and contemplation. As delicate, sensitive and sentient beings, our food for this is not just green leaves, but also that of the fresh spirit, which can be seen with newly opened eyes.


Messiahs come whenever they are needed, to set us free from unliftable burdons, to light the path of truth. From the great silence, in the anticipation of our darkest and most challenging epoch, will come the Teacher of Love to guide us through it, to make it through the change to the other side.

Some day; if that day has not already come; shall appear the great Lord Matreiya, to show us the way from turmoil to peace, from a merely worldly to a spiritual understanding, descending for us from heaven in the greatest, deepest, glory and with the peace that heaven knows best. He will come when we are ready to understand what he has for us, when our accumilated power reaches such proportions as to be a danger to ourselves without proper guidance and supervision. He will teach us where to go from here- yet, as ever, though his mission cannot fail, it will be up to each of us as individuals whether we listen to what he has to say.

Science needs to be balanced with a truly religious love, with morality and an awe for what we encounter. With his eternally-wise words, speaking like the voice of many waters, the voice of the ancient of Days, he will restore our balance and remind us, that we are but children, children who should obey their Heavenly Father, whose love they can ever trust.


The coming reign of God’s spirit- of a time when people see reality as it is, unstained by illusions- shall usher in the reign of the spirit, where in understanding and justice the, “lion shall lie down with the lamb and war be studied no more”. As ever, our greatest obstical; the mountain which God’s grace enables us to move; is our own selfish arrogance- and our finest hope, overcoming it to make a world in which we live for one another, just as was planned in Eden all along- in harmony with a very cosmic civilisation!

Thus may humankind and our home the Earth take it’s destined place in the celestial order, that vast family of planets, that lives as one for all and all for one, freely under The Father. Our home shall be no strange place to us- it will be filled with our deepest dreams.


>Time and Opportunity

>All things in the universe have their proper time and place. When all is in accord, we have goodness- evil is when things are out of balance. Our cultures seek to define good and evil based around patterns recognised in this- evil being harmful action, sin being ‘wilfully’ harmful. The essence of timing is a primal law which, once discovered, leads to a full understanding of what is the right thing to do at any given time. It can indeed be discovered through the divine agency of our deepest instincts, whose urgings can guide us flawlessly on this path, or back onto it if we should stray from it.

God has not left us alone. Contrary to certain popular misconceptions, our very deepest urgings are those in tune with the divine, whilst more surface imaginings tend to distract from it. In this way we can know that we truly have a divine nature and origin, even if our surface personalities often fail to reflect this accurately.

Just as a tree is distorted by ripples in a pond, so also our inherent nature is often obscured by who we appear to be. We may often feel that what we do is not the real us, that we are trapped by habits, by fears of change, that keep us ‘in check’.Yet, the difficult thing here is that, from a more direct perspective, we are what we do… fallen or risen, our actions, that which we chose, define us. It is up to us whether or not we live up to the divine blueprint, it is up to us whether we attain to the holiness for which we were designed.

The joy of victory…
The agony of defeat.

These emotional states define all of human existence, they form the very pathways of moral and spiritual progress.
The seed of man must grow in it’s fullness, it is worthless lain dormant.
It grows through efforts, through righteous, self-sacrificing efforts, guided by right understandings.
As you may have guessed by now, there is far more at stake than mere clever understandings of the workings of the universe- more than a cynical appreciation of the ways of the world.
Such adaptations may well bring some semblance of comfort, yet they can also lead to shallow pools of the spirit in which inspiration is ever harder to find.
We are defined by our highest urgings, by following the same…
We can only truly do this if we are sincere.

God sees into our hearts, he sees the impulse behind the action, the true intentions.
He is not fooled by pious words and deceptive ways.

God sees truth. God awakens truth in us.
Truth is an action, truth is a way of being and doing. Truth is what really is, shorn of attendant illusions.
Truth is that tree seen clearly,
Which of course implies that truth is in accord with a whole host of other attributes that we value-

When we appreciate just how important Truth is, and how closely related it is to our own sincerity (a point both obvious and easily overlooked)… far more so than to coldly discovered laws. For God has enough power to rescue our sincere intentions from the dark ways of the world and see them bear their intended fruit, however far in the future this may be.

For no good sincere word is ever forgotten,
No kind deed overlooked,
No heartfelt sigh unheard,
No helpful smile ignored.

So, contrary to the ways of the world, we can see that the ultimate victory is that of kindness. Kindness is not ever failing, being merely temporarily suppressed by the foolishness of the crude.

A spiritual victory may or may not translate into a material one. Yet it is an essential victory. Good comes of it, at times a good we can scarcely see. So here we come to the crux of our point… a point concerning the valuableness of sincerity, even in a world in which such sincerity might seem silly or foolish or even naive and childish…

Sincerity is always reflective of the good in us, or it is not our real sincerity at all…


Sincerity always bears good fruits, better, more luscious ones than those of merely ‘good habits’.

So let us dare to be sincere, dare to care and to show our love in appropriate, yet significant ways.

Despair not, it is possible to be good in the world, if we time our goodness to appropriate manners of expression, appropriate to our position, relative to where we are.

Happiness, that which we want most of all, comes from goodness and goodness from sincerity.
We help ourselves the most when we are true to ourselves, when we help others the most.

It’s a beautiful simplicity, one which should inspire in us hope and faith.


>Growth- The True Liberation

>Today, I’d like to speak about growth, about how growth leads not only to ever-greater levels of liberation, but also to greater responsibilities. How can this be so? How can we be freed by the seeming ‘chains’ of responsibility? Really, this question leads us into the area of examining what true liberation really is and of what it means to be liberated.

It isn’t, as some might think, mere licence to do ‘whatever we feel like doing’ It is freedom to be who we really are- beings of vast cosmic love and responsibility. A chance to throw off the shackles of false premises that actually limit such growth, binds of illusion that mask our true and glorious nature. We are not, ultimately, the limited beings we might seem to be. We are fashioned in the patterns of eternity, with access to limitless energy and endless intelligence.

This fact establishes quite clearly that in the liberation of our true selves much more is freed than the mere satisfaction of our temporal desires, however relevant they may be to our more limited ‘selves’. It is something to cherish and wonder at. Truly, the more we do, the more we can do!