Differences between Higher Self incarnate and Nature Spirit paths
I sometimes talk to
people or read the works of authors who confuse nature spirits with
extraterrestrials or who confuse extraterrestrials with the Supreme
Creative Forces of this galaxy and beyond, or who confuse nature
spirits with the Supreme Creator forces. This confusion is similar to
the one generated by mixing up the term God (when it is used to refer
to the Supreme Creator Forces) and "the gods", a term which sometimes
refers to extraterrestrials and sometimes to nature spirit hierarchies.
There is a difference
between The Supreme Creator Forces and their emissaries ("Guardian"
entities) who supervise both the Higher Self incarnational path and the
Nature Spirit path. There is a difference between these emissaries and
(most often polarity-based ) Higher Self incarnations on the various
planets in this galaxy. There is a difference between (polarity-based)
extraterrestrials and the Supreme Creator Forces. There is a difference
between (polarity based) extraterrestrials and the spiritual guardian
entities. There is a difference beween (polarity-based)
extraterrestrials and the Nature Spirit hierarchies. There is a
difference between Earth humans and other (polarity-based
extraterrestrial) humans not from this planet.
Matters are made worse
when some extraterrestrial personalities posed as 'gods' in past times
either by assuming the qualities of the Supreme Creator Forces or by
assuming qualities of certain Nature Spirit entities, in order to be
The root of all this
confusion is in giving one's power away to worship one or another
being. This is what the term God/god has been applied to. It is is not
necessary to worship another being, in fact it can be detrimental to
one's spiritual progress. Even the Supreme Creator Forces must not be
worshipped in the way the term is meant. Extraterrestrials must
certainly not be
worshipped and the same goes for Nature Spirit beings and other human
beings. Very advanced spiritually oriented Earth human incarnates know
about the differences I have just outlined above, either
intuitively/spiritually, or through direct experience or both.
I was recently reading a
book where the author was vehemently denying the existence of
extraterrestrials because he fell into confusion about one of the
categories of differences outlined above:
an initiated priest who works with many deities, I decided to enhance
my understanding of cosmology and was instructed to seek this wisdom
through Nana-el, the 53rd genii of the mercurial sphere. After
invocation, I had a dream of the primordial deities that appeared as
octopuses and serpents with human bodies, and moved around on ice
because it has little friction. They were also happy, joyful and
playful. These eight primordial deities go by different names in other
traditions, Annunaki in the Babylonian, Enki in the Dogon and Kua in
the Chinese. What I find
disturbing is the misconception that these deities are aliens that
brought mankind wisdom because nothing could be further from the truth.
The eight primordial deities, referred to as the Ogdoad, are the nature
of God/consciousness in its original state of being. Additionally, they
are the energies behind all energies and are in control of everything:
they are the atoms and molecules of our universe (R. A. Waldron, "The
God Genes Decoded", p.39)."
Let me first of all say
that I find the above book fascinating in some of the material it
presents. Just because I do not agree with something in a book does not
mean that I do not find the book interesting or useful in its entirety.
The author of the above
is a vodoun priest, initiated in Haitian vodoun. It appears to me that
the author has confused the Nature spirit path with the Higher Self
incarnational path. Extraterrestrials and Earth humans who have a
Higher Self are all "Children of the Divine"! This is one main reason
why we should not worship them. I have also said that some
extraterrestrials made things more difficult for Earth humans by taking
up attributes of The Supreme Creator Forces and/or of Nature Spirits in
order to have humans worship them. The author of the quote above is
acknowledging the presence of the Nature Spirit path but is then saying
that extraterrestrials did not give Earth humans knowledge because this
knowledge came from the Nature spirit realm.
In truth, the two
streams of knowledge are not necessarily mutually exclusive. It is true
that both humans and extraterrestrials can gain knowledge from Nature
spirit entities, but humans can gain knowledge from extraterrestrials
as well. In my view, this has happened in the history of the planet,
and it continues to happen (for example the Sirian ETs gave the US
government dimensional portal technology which they used in the Montauk
If you look at different kinds of Spirituality on Earth, you will see
that the shamanic ones and the type 2 ones (like Buddhism, Taoism,
Suffism etc. those that likely had some off-world influence) both have
practices that gain knowledge from the nature spirit realm. There is
nothing strange about this. Buddhist Vajrayana and Tantric
practitioners have practices that merge them with high level devic
aspects. Hindus have this as well. Shamanic practitioners can go on a
fast, on a vision quest and directly commune with spirit. Some African
and some Asian shamanic practices involve possession with spirit. In
addition, both type1 (shamanic) and type2 forms of spirituality have
initiated people who have been handed down histories through their
lineages indicating interactions between Earth humans and
extraterrestrial beings in past times.
But to then say that
extraterrestrials do not exist because humans gain knowledge from the
'mahadeva' and its aspects is to perhaps be unaware of the distinction
between the Nature Spirit path and the Higher Self incarnational path,
and the details concerning the two groups in this distinction.
In the Akan book, I stated in section 5.16 that "The Akan know the difference between Divine Providence, ETs and Nature Spirits".
This was in reference to Akan traditions where these distinctions are
made. Section 6.1 of the Akan book goes into a high level
explanation of these distinctions.
Otherwise quite often I
come across the use of the word "God" or "god/gods" without the proper
distinctions or categorizations. Perhaps it will help to not use this
word at all, but rather use specific names to refer to specific
categories of things.