This blog accompanies a book co-authored with the medium, Paul Hamden, entitled "A primer of the Zeta race". Interviews with the non-terrestrial Zeta beings are discussed, and interested readers are invited to download the book at no cost.

Wednesday, 30 September 2015

2015-7-20

Interviewer: The astral realm accumulates all human thought processes as a developing collective consciousness. Does each timeline have its own astral realm?

Zeta: Do you know what an onion is? Many layers. If the spirit realm is the onion, the timeline processes are the individual layers.

Interviewer: Each time line is separate but inside of the spirit realm, so it would be one spirit realm for all the timelines.

Zeta: Once again the question seeks to provide a difference, but of course we are talking of consciousness, and consciousness does not have barriers that are defined by structures of matter. The definition defining a point is the frequency separation.

Interviewer:  Does each timeline have its own version of the human collective consciousness?

Zeta: A similarity, yes

Interviewer: Do these many versions of the collective consciousness ultimately merge into one?

Zeta: It is not a synchronous process. When ultimately an entity is to terminate across all timelines, experiential processes will then realign themselves back with the oversoul process.

Interviewer: So on the death of one of the entities on a timeline, all other entities will have…

Zeta: No, that is a non-synchronous process. Do all layers of the onion exist? (yes) If you take one layer off the onion, do the others exist? (yes) Simply, they are creating a whole, a wholeness, but they are individuals creating the one onion, each one with its own definition.

Interviewer: On which timeline would the results of the merging exist?

Zeta: Let me give you an analogy. The universe as you know it is a big place. What is your solar system called?

Interviewer: The milky way?

Zeta: Yes, what defines your galaxy? Your solar system. Where does it start? Out there in space. There is no ending, but where does your galaxy start, and where does it finish? There are no defined beginning and end points, but you presume that you are within your galaxy. To say where does the terminating or finality of the astral realm, which part of a timeline, is to try to define where a galaxy will start and terminate. Where does your consciousness start?

Interviewer: There is no starting point.

Zeta: Where does it finish?

Interviewer: It doesn’t.

Zeta: Then if that is so on a singular human consciousness level, why is the continual definition to define consciousness. Do you see the conundrum? Do you understand what I’m saying (yes). For the other sitters, where does their consciousness begin and end? And the question once again, please?

Interviewer: On which timeline would the results of the merging exist?

Zeta: Afore I start, the timeline process is a perceptual process, a perceptual being that there is individuality, but to transition from one timeline to the next is but a leap of consciousness, and even that leap is the same leap over and over. Like a thread, at any point on the thread you have moved away from the last point.

Interviewer: Who does the merging, and how is it done?

Zeta: Consciousness.

Interviewer: How?

Zeta: How are you held in your physical state?

Interviewer: By a container.

Zeta: Do you exist in or without? Where does your consciousness start?

Interviewer: There is no starting point.

Zeta: There is a natural order to consciousness. All consciousness seeks to return to its point of origin.

Interviewer: Can the progress toward self-awareness of the collective consciousness on our timeline be influenced by the progress of the collective consciousness on other timelines?

Zeta: There is always influence because all of them are connected.

Interviewer: Does a new incarnation of a spirit start off in roughly the same physical circumstances in all timelines; that is, same parents/genetics, same socioeconomic status, same country, same language, etc?

Zeta: No, because each of the parents that exist already exist in their own circumstances. When a child entity is created into that frequency, that timeline process, they are very much associated with their current structure.

Interviewer: Can a spirit consciousness in one timeline influence the consciousness of its counterpart in another timeline?

Zeta: Of course, yes.

Interviewer: Is this possible only if the other timeline has a lower frequency and not a higher frequency?

Zeta: This is one time where the determining frequency is not based in lower or higher.

Interviewer: Do spirit facets in different timelines live independent lives or do they live through similar events? Does it depend on how similar the timeline frequencies are?

Zeta: It depends on the similarity of the frequencies.

Interviewer: Does the effect of a consciousness in one timeline on a consciousness in another timeline become weaker as the timeline frequencies grow farther apart?

Zeta: Yes, of course.

Interviewer: Is influencing a consciousness in another timeline the only way to affect what happens physically in that timeline?

Zeta: Yes, it is the same expect(?) as the other physical entity having the etheric body, the etheric body moves, the physical body moves, but remember, one conscience affecting another will find that it is trying to affect itself, so imagine you are looking into a mirror, you touch your face and see that the image also touches its face. But are they touching your face or are you touching theirs?

Interviewer: It’s an image…

Zeta: Ah, is it? Is it possible if the image was another timeline that was close to your timeline, that you are the image of them.

Interviewer: Do similar events happen to spirit facets in different timelines, perhaps at different times in their lives? For example, if I buy a car in one timeline, would I also buy that same car, perhaps years later, in another timeline?

Zeta: There is possibility that the non-synchronous consciousness may purchase the same type of vehicle, yes.

Interviewer: But it would be the timeline that you were closest to, would be more likely to purchase that car?

Zeta: Yes, because each timeline is affected by the immediate frequencies around them.

Interviewer: So it would be more likely that timeline beside you would purchase that car rather than the car that was possibly three lanes farther away.

Zeta: Yes, of course.


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