ANOTHER KNOTTY LITTLE PROBLEM about
birthing Meta-Humans is "containment." How does a
creator pick and choose which aspects of divinity go
well with certain key aspects of human nature?
How do we keep from getting too powerful, too soon -
from blowing ourselves up, like those blokes in Atlantis
or Lemuria? A lot of it dwells in the "dark/light"
balance within a person.
Reconnections put it, in their transmission titled
The Dark Forces in the Coming Transformation:
Keeping an Aspect of God in Limitation is no
easy task. There must be an elaborate and creative
configuration of mazes and diversions presented to
the mind, in sequential fashion, to provide
re-direction of focus and keep your mind busy until
the completion of a journey into Separation. To
facilitate this, there are beings whose job it is to
"stand guard" over your 3D Consciousness, deflecting
it from anything or anyone who would provide
information that could "bring you on" too soon (into
full awareness), and prematurely end your
These beings, who are oft referred to as "The Dark
Forces," are contracted by you, in advance, to serve
this purpose. The image of them as sinister demons
with flashing red eyes only serves to increase their
effectiveness. In fact, they are very light (in
terms of density) and service-oriented beings who
are are assigned to you, as Guides - even as "Light
Forces" relate to you as Guides when it is time to
bring you Home.
The scenarios and images which represent one group
as wearing dark hats and the other as wearing white
illusion, designed to increase the fun and
effectiveness of your
All beings are made from the same essential "stuff"
which is liquid, potentiated All That Is. As has
been mentioned previously - any appearance of
horror, emotional obsession, possession, and/or
demonic harassment are merely "special effects,"
interpreted through the grid of a lower-density
consciousness. Many of these effects are incredible!
They work! That is why you choose to enlist them.
Something Hidden, From Birth
Have you ever noticed how many movies there are about
people who have a heritage of greatness which has been
totally hidden from them? One of the most notable would
be Luke Skywalker, in the
Star Wars movies. He was the son of a Queen
(Amidala), and a wayward Jedi Knight (Darth Vader). He
had dark connections and extremely light ones, too.
dwelt his power. His job was to "bring balance to
the Force." At the beginning of the movie, Luke had
no idea who his parents where, nor did he fully
understand how or why he ended up being raised by a
simple farmer (Uncle Owen), when his deepest desire was
to be a Star Pilot and an Adventurer.
It seems there is benefit found in forgetfulness, at
least during the brief time a Meta-Human is growing to
adulthood. And "wunderkind" often seem to be raised by
Aunt's, Uncles, or Grand Parents. Look at
Harry Potter, for example. Or Superman. Or, how
about the plot development behind
Vinci Code? How could little Sophie Neveau ever
dream of who she really was, based on what she was told
when she was as a child? And what about Myles Falworth,
in the 1954 classic
The Black Shield of Falworth, starring Tony
Curtis and Janet Leigh? Raised as a peasant, plucky as a
young ram, Myles proves early-on the hidden power that
always lies dormant in those who are of "noble" blood.
His ultimate quest becomes to clear his father's name
and reclaim his family's lands and reputation. Indeed,
it does seem that the "cream" always rises to the top,
no matter what forces are aligned against it. Even
though we're just talking about movies here, movies have
always symbolized "Dreams
of the Mass Mind," or the unconscious patterns of
remembrance which are currently moving through our
Something Felt, Deep Inside
No matter how they are raised, or by whom, Meta-Humans seem to carry a sense, way down deep,
that they have something special to do here on Earth.
Nearly all of them move towards a "quest," no matter
what others say about them. Those who haven't built up
enough remembrance to imagine divinity in themselves
will often have complete strangers come up to them, as
children, and declare who and what they are.
One young Star Girl shared just such an experience with
me, as I was interviewing her for
Conversations With Star Kids:
I was born on Jan. 1, 1974. Both parents were
born in 1953, both highly intellectual and
spiritual. My Dad believes that all '53ers are Star
Children (I have yet to explain to him about Star
Elders) and Mom thinks she's an alien.
She had no morning sickness, stretch marks or labor
pains and was actually sleeping when I was born. I'm
her only child, and my Dad's eldest. They only
stayed together long enough to make me.
Neither parent has been very vocal about what they
know so my life has truly been a solo search for
self. I have always been unique but not so much that
I was not a popular person. Lately, I have been told
I talk to people more as a Counselor than a friend.
I have an all-knowing look and personality so people
usually come to me for support, but I actually don't
know anything. At 19, a large mole appeared on my
forehead right between the eyebrows. People call it
my third eye.
At 15, while walking with some friends a stern faced
woman I'd never seen before came up to me and said:
Don't follow your friends. I like to talk to God and
you're the chosen one. Of course, I thought she
was crazy. Based on this and other life experiences,
I believe I may be chosen by God to serve a specific
purpose but I also feel that I may be clinically
insane and that may be the cause of my delusions of
grandeur. I'm turning 30 in a few weeks and have
never been in a more confused state. I have a hard
time dealing with emotions and even the basics of
I don't know, my friends. Does this young woman appear
to have trouble with expression? I don't see any. To my
ears, she's singing like a bird. But she is talking
about things that generally have no place in our
everyday "normal" world. This is the part that makes her
feel insane. From my view, a diagnosis of "insane"
simply means: "I don't understand what is going on with
you." It has more to do with society than it has to do
with the person involved.
Jesus used to say: "I must be about my Father's
business." And so it seems to be with Meta-Humans. When
I first read those words in the Bible, I found myself
constantly looking up... trying to locate this
"Father" Jesus was always talking about. Now I find that
looking inward is where we find the Divine
Father/Mother Aspect. The "Outer World" is simply a dim
reflection of vast "Inner Worlds";
which we are. We each create our own experience, though
project some of that authority out, so we don't have
to carry it all ourselves. Imagine the confusion the
Jews felt when Jesus said one day: "I and the Father are
One" They nearly stoned him to death. No wonder
Meta-Humans tend to keep a low profile.
Something Visible, To Those With Eyes To See
One of my favorite insights from the series
Inner Genius is found in these words, which
seem quite applicable to Meta-Humans as we discuss them
No one is more fascinating to watch, and
therefore more influential, than a person who moves
from a place of absolute focus. He has no thought
about how he appears, and he is completely relaxed
in the joy of his moment. For such a person, the
rest of the world seems to go away, and all that
exists for him is the task at hand. Such purity of
interest and awareness frames itself with a corona
of honor and power, regardless of what is
transpiring within it. It is just such moments that
are a photographer's dream - expressions of natural
genius, which set the painter's brush in motion and
drive the poet's pen to the page.
Such pristine clarity goes on all around us
everyday. As many hurry to complete their list of
assigned goals and daily tasks, the world is
unfolding with such wonder and majesty that many of
us could barely contain ourselves if we actually
noticed it. I would suggest to you that a primary
essence of genius is found in one's ability to
notice what others tend to miss.
It often seems that the experience of such genius
can often be a solitary one. Being the only one who
notices can create quite an advantage. But it can
also be a burden as well. Trying to share a vision
with those who can't or won't see it can be
heartbreaking at times. Many geniuses are not
recognized until long after their death. Some go
insane, while others simply remain in poverty and
obscurity, until some historian finds their work and
makes it known.
There is a difference between "personal genius" and
"public genius." The former is a blessing
that can be the heritage of anyone who cares to
reach for it. The latter comes and goes, at the whim
of society. In truth, public genius has more to do
with society's immediate need for a hero, than with
the person who is being honored.
Many people balk when I use the term "genius,"
especially if I am applying it to them. "What? ME? A
Genius? No way!" But I am convinced that, hidden
within every person there is a Wizard, waiting to
step forth. I think of this aspect as the "Genie in
us." All we have to do is make a wish, rub the
bottle, and out he comes. But how do we do this?
It feels to me that one primary hindrance is our
tendency to look to the outside world for validation
or permission, rather than relying upon our own
feelings and bodily sense of things. Many are afraid
to be "bewitched" by something or someone. We fear
passion and power. We also fear excitement, if it
doesn't seem to conform to what's accepted as the
Folks used to capture and burn "witches." These
women (usually healers and shamans) were doing
unfamiliar things that society did not understand.
There is an old saying that goes: "You can always
tell the pioneers. They're the ones with the arrows
in their back." Being a genius can be a harsh
experience. It can also be the closest thing to
heaven. What we need today is to stop looking for
witches to burn and start paying attention to what
truly sets each of us on fire.
What You See Is What You Be
There are many who admire those who shun the approval of
the world, minding only those things which feel
important to them.
Everyone loves a hero. But actually following
through on some of those inner impulses is what
truly differentiates mere mortals from those Pearls of
Divinity who are incarnating now upon the planet. In one
of my articles I refer to them as "Children
of Oneness." When I look at them from another angle,
I call them "Neo-Shamans
of the New Millenium." Names and Labels are helpful
in some cases, but a hindrance in others. What really
matters is soul essence, and the power that is
channeled through the lives of these
who are now beginning to dwell in our midst.
here's the bottom line about Meta-Humans. It takes one
to know one. Without ties to the "divine side" of Human
Beingness, there wouldn't even be an interest in having
this conversation. The very core of "enlightenment" is
contained in a very few lines: "The
world is my mirror."
you see is what you be. Most of the quotes about
Jesus are translated "Believe IN me." I have a sense
that the early translators may have been unnecessary
biased in their interpretation. What if Jesus really
meant: "Believe AS me?" "Believe
about yourself what I believe about myself, and all
things shall be given unto you."
Can we handle that yet? Can we truly lay claim to such a
truth about ourselves? We've already waded through 2000
years of religion, trying to run away from this
truth. Are we ready now for some realization?
There are those among us who not only will come to
believe all this, but will actually embody it, through a
practice and display of various "powers" and gifts. Next
month, we'll explore that in more depth. Spring is
nearly upon us. Have a wonderful March.
© 2008, Daniel Jacob