7 Responses to Reclaiming the Spiritual Symbols that Have Been Hijacked and Used Against Us

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  2. Tracy says:

    Hi Jean – I’m back with you (family in town)
    All good points Jean – you can’t “hurry” working through personal karma but it can be assisted.
    I was coming from the place where, when “one” determines they have been duped there can accompany much self guilt programs (for being gullible); which may retard “one’s” ability to heal. When we forgive ourselves, (and if we feel inclined to forgive those that have harmed us) we open our Spirit to access universal consciousness to assist in our renewal, and encourage progression of our Souls evolution. I found and am trying the following Hawaiian self healing tool – Ho’oponopono – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Qoq75-DQm4; It makes me feel “mellow” and I smile more often. 🙂

  3. Bill says:

    One of the most wrongly (if that’s a word) used symbols in the so called Star of David. David never had anything associated with that 6 pointed symbol. It’s origin seems to be from Solomon during his time of meddling with the occult – some of which brought his downfall. The true Lord God of Israel had very little to do with the numeral 6.

  4. Tracy says:

    🙂 Jean,
    This is so important, perhaps this will help many to “awaken” from the fog of embedded beliefs when they realize – that our spirits are innately good and we have been deceived by those who had access to the “knowledge” and used it against the beings of creation in their mystery schools, for self serving power, through use of symbols, words, beliefs. My hope is any loving being made aware of this information will firstly – forgive themselves to make way for “healing” of the soul which will make way for “the glory and power of CREATOR” to fill their hearts with truth & revelation for their personal evolution. Thank you so very much for sharing this important article.
    Blessings & Love

    • Jean says:

      Tracy, healing is a long process. It will not happen quickly, nor should it, I think. The wounds we have received need to be confronted and dealt with. Anger needs to be safely expressed so we don’t store it in our bodies. As we understand the ‘real’ truth, we can then also reach a point of forgiveness. Forgiveness is a gift we give our selves. (It is not, no, it cannot be a part of the Apostle’s Creed that we recite in church each Sunday.) Forgiveness is a process, and when finally bestowed it really means – to me anyway – that we our selves are free to move on with mature understanding of what happened, without suppressed anger and other emotions, which breed disease, and with grace.

      Forgiveness does not mean that it is necessary to turn the other cheek, which too often we have been taught means to be a continued doormat. If we do not want these people and their bad energy in our lives, there is no requirement that they be there. This latter has nothing to do with forgiveness!

      Maybe I got off topic, but these thoughts came to mind. . . sorry 🙂


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