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BLOG: THE PASSOVER OCCURRING WITHIN 3/24/16
“I am the resurrection and the life. He that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live.” (John 11:25) This is well-known quote spoken by Jesus the Christ to Martha who was mourning the passing of Lazarus. Later, Jesus resurrected Lazarus who spent four days entombed. This set the stage for the resurrection of Jesus. Now, at the Last Supper (Passover), Jesus said to his disciples, “This is the new testament in my blood, which is shed for you.” (Luke 22:20)
The “Passover” in the disciple signifies that the disciple has overcome the carnal life and that the fluids in the spine have been purified. Lazarus’ death represents the death to carnal life; his blood was no longer tainted with “unborn” karma. He had to be born again, for his first birth was a human struggling with unbridled passions, materiality, desire and worldly ambitions. In Lazarus’ second birth, he overcame earthly desires as well as overcoming the “first born.” The lower-self died so that the spirit could be reborn.
How the fluids and gases in the spine are purified is first played out in the Book of Exodus and by Moses parting the Red Sea. As the Red Sea in the spine is parted and the shackles of the physical, emotional and mental selves are left behind to be transmuted, the liberated fluids flee for the Promised Land of Milk and Honey (pituitary and pineal glands). The blood itself is transmuted when it enters the medulla oblongata and passes over into the Promised Land. As a result, this action opens up the third eye.
The resurrection of spirit into matter brings new life or new testament into the blood. As the fluids and gases “pass over” into the fourth ventricle of the brain, it stimulates the pineal gland. By stimulating the pineal gland, it creates a Christ energy which flows into the third ventricle of the brain. The pineal and pituitary glands’ orgasmic action produce a sweet milky substance which is then infused into the bloodstream carrying eternal life.
At the Last Supper Jesus was taking his disciples through the initiation of the parting of the Red Sea and the fleeing of the Israelites. It was a “blood” initiation. The chalice was passed among the disciples symbolizing the dissemination and infusion of the Christ blood into his disciples, therefore, transforming the lower realities into the higher realities. The outpouring of the Christ energy was infused into each disciple’s chakras. They were “saved” by the Grace of God. The blood of the disciples was filled with the New Testament, filled with the Christ Divine. All were embodied by the living bread or body of the Christ. The disciples could no longer live the life of followers, they were now apostles who had to demonstrate and be the Christ Light. “I AM the Resurrection and the Life.”