I have always been a huge fan of The Lord of the Rings, the Hobbit, and practically everything to do with Middle Earth. It’s always seemed to me like there was something“more” going on than meets the eye.

There’s something about the way it’s all set up that just feels like it’s all a metaphor for the expansion and growth of consciousness happening on this planet right now… And I know that i’m not the only one who feels that way.
And though I’m speaking “as if” that “could”be true, I now have the information that demonstrates not only is it so TOTALLY true, but it’s digestible in a really easy to understand format. (Not only that, but there’s plenty of data to back this video up too). 
I’ve read the Hobbit and Lord of the Rings, but I have yet to make my way to the Silmarillion… Now, I’m thinking that it’s the next book on my list.
What you’re about to see is totally going to blow your mind.

Okay, so i’m sure at least half of you are like googly-eyed with awe right now, and It’s probably fair to say that for the other half, it might not have clicked just yet. That’s okay, I’m going to help build some connections for you now.
In the video above they describe a single all-creative entity known as “Eru Iluvatar”. Who exists by itself in the void of nothingness. Being lonely, he creates an expansion of himself in a plethora of fractals to keep him company and spend eternity together in harmony and grace.

This entity mirrors the mythos of God from the Christian Genesis and all of the creation tales from around the planet, from Egyptian, to Mayan, Indian, Sumerian, and others.
Right out of the Gate, Tolkien is literally using his storytelling ability to weave a new means of telling the story of Spirit, and how the cosmos came into being. The same story that we discussed in Spirit Science 6.
I would even go as far as saying that the Istari (wizards like Gandalf and Saruman) as “low-level angels” are a representation of the various “prophets”, “saints”, and other spiritual leaders of human history. Everyone from Jesus to Buddha to Gandhi.

On that note, perhaps it’s also fair to say that since Gandalf was the only one who actually saw the mission through to the end, it’s a solid representation about how it’s so easy to become misguided on the path of ascension.
Out of all of the people who have had tremendous power and ability to create change on this planet, how many of them saw it through to the end that the job was done well and for the good of all?  How many were corrupted? And how many wandered off never to be heard from again? 
Now, along in this story there also comes this evil dude Melkor, who was one of the most powerful Valar that was created who didn’t want to sing and play in harmony with the rest of Gods Creation. He wanted to play his own song, and so he did – creating discord and evil across the cosmos.
The story of Melkor is a perfect representation of the story of Lucifer“The Lucifer Experiment”, if you recall from the Human History Movie, was about a particular consciousness connected to the All who didn’t want to play the same boring song. He wanted to be his own rockstar, and so he split himself off from the God-Source-Consciousness-Field and did his own thing, creating chaos and destruction in his wake.
You can also read more about this in the Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life – Vol 1&2.
Along with all of the descriptions of the various archetypes of consciousness comes a beautiful telling of the power of Humanity, and why we are “different” than that of the other races in “Gods Majesty”. Although we haven’t literally met elves and dwarves in this dimension, you can see the connection between how creations in nature are so “apart of nature” that they don’t really divert away from it to explore what they are truly capable of. Tree’s don’t start building cars, and porcupines haven’t mastered time travel… at least… I don’t think they have… >__>
hobbitsandmenAll jokes aside, that’s what makes humans so special, is that we have the ability to create beyond what nature has set out for us. We can take pieces of nature and put it together in new ways that nobody had thought of before. We can build things, expand our consciousness, and grow to become higher forms of consciousness until we all become Eru-Iluvitars and create the next universe to come.
How crazy-awesome would that be?
And as for the hobbits… well, they’re just straight up the goodness in all of our hearts :)That which is required to take us to the next level. They don’t need swords, wars or any form of power over each other. They have each other, and they have love.
And at the end of the day, isn’t that what any of us really want?
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