There will be some entities who start seeking or get catalicized, you might say, into seeking because of the trauma and will then maybe hear your words through possibly telepathy or written material such as we will publish as this book. You are correct except in understanding that the inconveniences have begun. There is one harvest.
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Those able to enter fourth density through vibrational complex levels may choose the manner of their further seeking of the One Creator. It is absolutely necessary that an entity consciously realize it does not understand in order for it to be harvestable. Understanding is not of this density. I used the wrong word. What I meant to say was I believe that it was not necessary for an entity to be consciously aware of the Law of One to go from third to fourth density.
I wish to say again… consider it an honor, great honor, and also a privilege, as my [inaudible]. And I would like to reiterate [that my] questions may sometimes go a little off because I keep going on something that I had already started to work into the applications of the Law of One to better understand primarily the free-will principle and further distortions that we discover.
I got three questions just now in meditation. First, we are now in the fourth density.
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Will the effects of the fourth density increase in the next thirty years? Will we see more changes in our environment and our effect upon our environment? The fourth density is a vibrational spectrum. This will cause the planetary sphere itself to electromagnetically realign its vortices of reception of the instreaming of cosmic forces expressing themselves as vibrational webs so that the Earth will thus be fourth-density magnetized, as you might call it. This is going to occur with some inconvenience, as we have said before, due to the energies of the thought-forms of your peoples which disturb the orderly constructs of energy patterns within your Earth spirals of energy which increases entropy and unusable heat.
This will cause your planetary sphere to have some ruptures in its outer garment while making itself appropriately magnetized for fourth density. This is the planetary adjustment. Thus, there will seem to be, shall we say, a new breed. These are those incarnating for fourth-density work. Those who remain in fourth density upon this plane will be of the so-called positive orientation. People of this planet, following any religion or no religion at all, or having no intellectual knowledge of the Law of One or of anything at all, can still be harvested into the fourth density if they are of that vibration.
Is this not correct? This is correct. Thus, it is not particularly probable that an entity would be completely unknown to his immediate acquaintances as an unusually radiant personality, even were this individual not caught up in any of the distortions of your so-called religious systems. Can you tell me why the Earth will be fourth-density positive instead of fourth-density negative after the cycle is complete since it seems that there is a greater negative population?
The Earth seems to be negative. However, those oriented and harvestable in the ways of service to others greatly outnumber those whose orientation towards service to self has become that of harvestable quality. The great majority of your peoples will repeat third density. This is an approximation. Those who are not in incarnation at this time will be included in the harvest. Some are so important I try to ask some similar questions in different ways to expand on the answer.
Is this a correct statement? This is correct if the harvesting is to be for the positive fourth dimensional level. The entity who wishes to pursue the path of service to self must attain a grade of five, that is five percent service to others, ninety-five percent service to self. It must approach totality.
The negative path is quite difficult to attain harvestability upon and requires great dedication. To attain fifty-one percent dedication to the welfare of other-selves is as difficult as attaining a grade of five percent dedication to other-selves. The, shall we say, sinkhole of indifference is between those two. In our own [inaudible].
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