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Greetings, dear ones. I am the Keeper of Time.
I am going to turn this over to the group in collective, as the Keeper calls it, to tell this next story about Amor. A very interesting process is starting to take place as Amor is growing into adulthood to take his rightful place. Amor’s work is important and he finds such joy in it. We take you now to the times when Amor and Saroo had been traveling for quite some time. They’ve recently parted ways with their son, whom they found in a backup plan through different parents. He was able to make quite a change on planet Earth during those times in the beautiful days of Mu.
Now, we take you into the whole story as it tends to take a turn. Amor and Saroo had been working together and traveling. Empowering everybody that he meets, Amor’s intent is to travel around to different parts of Lemuria to plant those seeds of empowerment. In those days, of course, you had the open hearts and the connections to each other so it was a little bit easier to work with things. Empowerment found a lot less resistance then. People were more amenable to new ideas and new energies. They didn’t quite resist the same way you see that happening today, but we also tell you there was evolution. In many ways evolution meant letting go of the old and that was difficult. That’s where we catch up with Amor after one of the great communal fires that they have in Lemuria for each different gathering. You would almost call them cities today, but they always have these traditions of coming together. They would try to find a space indoors or in a protected space. Most of the time these were wonderful fires and the interesting part is that talking around a fire was very difficult. Amor would usually wait until the fire burned down to the glowing embers, as it allowed him to see and be seen by most of the people there.
We find him today talking to a group of elders, and they’re asking questions back and forth. One person says, “Amor, you speak of all these empowerment techniques and you speak of building empowered societies. My question is what proof do you have? How do you know that if we take these steps in that way, this is actually going to work?” Amor says, “It’s a whole new energy and so the new ideas can now take hold in a whole different way. That’s what we’re trying to spread throughout all of Lemuria. Yes, these are new ideas but they have worked every place where we have introduced them thus far.” The elder gentleman, some 350 years old, is giving Amor somewhat of a hard time. He says, “You know, that’s not what my parents taught me. Why shouldn’t I believe what has been handed down through so many generations? Suddenly you’re starting to teach us a new way. Truth never changes. Why should we listen and be open to some of these new ideas, when in fact the old ones have worked perfectly well?” Amor smiled. “Are they really working perfectly well or does humanity evolve? That’s the question. Okay, so you want to go back to your father and your grandfather and what they taught you and their truth. Does that still stand true for you today in every aspect? Are you the same people as then? Are you the same type of people that you were back in those days or is it time to start bringing in a new truth?”
He thought for a bit, then said, “Well, you know, it was good enough for my grandfather and my father and probably his father and grandfather too. So why shouldn’t it be good enough for me? Why shouldn’t it work the same way?” Amor simply says, “Because we evolve. That’s the game you’re playing — to evolve into a higher state. So as you evolve into a higher state, you can see new things. Your higher perspective gives you new visions and many of the things that you call the truth. Many of those truths may not be as truthful as you might have thought. As one evolves into higher states, they start to see a whole new path and a whole new way of finding their own path of least resistance. That’s truly what we’re interested in helping you work with here today, to give you the ideas that there are new openings, new possibilities. Saroo then stood up and said, “You know, there was a time even in Lemuria where women were not thought of as teachers. In the early days, they had their roles. Even if you go back into early mankind, you can see that their roles were very separate and divided. Women could do certain things that men could not. It was a truth passed down many generations. Women could have babies. What a beautiful gift of creation, so women were typically thought of as the housekeepers. They were going to watch over the babies and raise the children, and along with that came some natural abilities to be able to prepare food. Men were the hunters and women took care of the home. That doesn’t mean that it is wrong by any nature, but today, even by Lemuria standards, I am standing in front of you as a teacher offering new ideas. That probably would not have been even allowed in the times of your grandfather, dear one. Today, there are many women who can out hunt the men. We have evolved and moved into empowerment.”
And he scratched his head and said, “Well, you’re probably right about that. It was important that my grandmother kept her place but that did not work for my wife.” Everyone started laughing, realizing that as people evolve, so does truth. Amor continued, “It’s not right or wrong for all humans, everywhere, are always looking for truth. They’re looking for that one solid rock that they can put their foundation on and build from that point forward. Looking for the rock that would never move. In reality, that rock of truth changes. The rock evolves and the rock moves; as humans start evolving to different levels, they start finding a higher truth. “You know,” said the old man, kind of grumbling again, “I was always taught that the real truth never changes and that is how you can tell a truth. What do you say to that?” Amor answered “I would not say that truth changes exactly. It’s more like it evolves as you evolve. As you raise vibration you see things from a higher perspective. Do you remember the time that we sent those with contagious disease to a special place, so that they did not infect the others? Then we learned how to contain and even treat many of the infectious illnesses. We became more human as we evolved.” The elderly man walked away in silence as everybody started cheering Amor’s words.
Amor and Saroo took a few more questions, then went through the night as the embers of the beautiful fire burned down even further. And in time, people started leaving because it was time to return to their homes, time to go into rejuvenation periods. Out of the darkness the elderly man appeared again. He said, “Amor and Saroo, I wanted to thank you for your words tonight. I really wanted to see what you would say. I love what you’re bringing to these camps. I love what you’re offering people, because you’re not offering them just a new way of thinking. You’re offering them a new way of being. You’re offering them the possibilities of empowering themselves and then empowering the people around them, creating empowered societies in your wake. I’ve been trying to do that for most of my life and I found resistance at every turn. Today when I asked you those questions and tried to find your resistance to it, you handled it exceptionally well, dear Amor. I have a question for the both of you. I know that your father is very high up in the overall government of Mu and I know that he has probably offered to open doors for you whenever possible.” And Amor said, “Well, he has certainly offered, but we’ve found it best to stand a little further apart and not to take those doors.” The elderly gentlemen said, “Well, I work with your father. In fact, we’ve been watching you. Now your father is completely removed from my actions here tonight and from what I am about to ask you. It is simply that many of the elders of Mu, and many of the elders from the encampments you have visited, have seen the work that you’ve done. You walk into a small encampment of a few thousand people and as you walk, move to the next one. They grow, evolve, and become happier. They flourish in the wake of the beautiful energies that you have left behind. We’ve seen what you and Saroo have done together and now even your son is off in a different direction. He calls himself proudly the son of Saroo and Amor. Interesting. Now he’s doing the same thing, and we realize that it may not be long before others begin to take their place doing what you are doing. This is a shift of empowerment and if it continues we can see that Lemuria will turn into a greater empowered society than it currently is. We’re very interested in that happening, as it is good for all. We have a proposition for you. We would like you, Saroo and your son if he’s available, to come and listen to what we have to say.” The two men hugged and he left that night. As he walked into darkness past the burning embers of the fire, Amor thought he may have recognized him from somewhere.
Amor immediately grabbed Saroo and pulled her aside. After the talk Saroo had been surrounded by several women who wanted more from her. She was not able to hear the conversation between the two men. Amor and Saroo returned to where they were staying and talked. Amor was so excited, he found it very difficult to sleep that night. He was very hesitant because his father had opened the door to move in to the government many times, yet he was afraid too much would be expected of him or that he would be expected to be a duplicate of his father in some way. Amor prided himself on being his own person, stepping in and creating his own path. Still, he couldn’t wait to hear what they had to say. Amor envisioned the possibilities and after a while came to the conclusion that he must stay on his current path and turn them down. He practiced saying no in a very kind and graceful way. He and his father got along very well; that was not the problem. The problem was that Amor wanted to stand on his own, create his own energy. When he started writing and doing his teachings, he felt completely empowered within himself. That night as they went to sleep, Amor mostly wrestled kind of a half sleep. The next morning, of course, they made their way toward the next encampment a couple days away. They were able to talk quite a bit on their journey and Saroo asked him over and again, “What do you think of that? Is that interesting to you? Would you even be interested in taking a job with the government?”
“No,” Amor said, “I can’t think of it anymore. My head is completely swimming with all the possibilities, but it’s exciting and it’s wonderful that we were even asked to come join them at that place.” So they made it to the next encampment and they made their talk that evening. A huge crowd showed up, because now word was really starting to get around in Lemuria that these people would share words of empowerment to help change lives for the better. They would somehow give you the tools that you would need to see things from a higher perspective, to look at yourself in a different way, and to live an empowered lifestyle. Then they would challenge you to go off and empower those around you, and so it was as one heart touched another then another and another. This huge spiderweb went throughout all of Lemuria, even before they could make it to many of the encampments. They were well known by the work that they did and how they changed people’s lives. Of course, they had their opponents. They had those who did not wish to change at all or wished to change more slowly. They had many who even tried to stop them from coming to their encampments. After all, wisdom came with age. Amor and Saroo had not even reached their first hundred years of life yet. Who are they to bring all this new information in? But they handled it really well. They did what they could to empower those naysayers even a little bit more than the people that were asking for it.
It was an interesting time. Amor and Saroo had carved out a beautiful life for themselves, being treated well by all the villagers being fed when they came there and even paid them in ways. People would give freely of their wealth to support them. So they were quite abundant at that time simply by doing what they absolutely loved to do. The biggest challenge is that they never knew when their support would come. At times they had to plan their spending carefully to make it to the next encampment.
Then came the time when Amor and Saroo were to return home. They were looking forward to seeing their parents, brothers, sisters, friends, and people they knew from where they grew up. They wanted to share all the wonderful stories that they’ve gathered from their travels to all the different beautiful places of Mu. Upon returning home they were met by Amor’s mother, who of course welcomed them in and had a beautiful place for them to stay, offering to feed them and take care of whatever needs they had right away. ”Once a mother, always a mother” Amor used to say. She loved doing that, so she played that role for them and they let her. They allowed it for the very simple reason that they were empowering each other.
That night Amor’s father came home. He had just been out to a large meeting with many of the elders and he came and he said, “Amor, I know you’ve been asked to come to the meeting in a couple of days and I look forward to that. But I have to tell you I know nothing of what they’ve been talking about or why you’ve been called here. Only the fact that you had been called.” Amor was very surprised at that because his father knew pretty much everything that was going on, especially amongst the elders and groups that helped to make many of the choices. But Amor found it interesting and he also found it quite a relief that this was not a big plan of his father’s to entice him to move into the government. Amor also knew that his father absolutely loved his job and valued having the opportunity to be able to empower other people like this. It thrilled him to no end that he might be able to help his son in some small way.
So that night, Amor and Saroo slept very well. They were home. The next couple of days were spent with Saroo’s family and seeing many of the friends that they had grown up with, people that they had not seen for many years now. Amor and Saroo were surprised because although some of them did not quite completely follow their work, many had heard about it. They had become somewhat famous in the early days and later days of Mu. A few days later the time came for the meeting, so Saroo and Amor prepared themselves. Amor practiced his graceful “no.” He wanted to say no with such gratitude and prepared himself because he loved the path he was on. They were met by many friends as the went to the meeting. Inside the hall they were seated at the front of the room. The Elders of Mu from many lands were all there and many of them Amor knew. Several had taken a meal at Amor’s home as he was growing up. He was very interested to find that the family of Etu was there as well, along with a select few of Amor’s friends, his mother and Saroo’s parents.
The meeting began and the traditions of Mu were read, as was the custom, which was considered an important part of the Elders work. Then the meeting turned to the business at hand. The elderly gentlemen who had approached him that night was there and he stood to talk. Even though Amor had not recognized him, he was one of the elders that worked with his father. Amor realized that he never asked his name. The man spoke “This day we have gathered to propose a change to our formation.” Amor looked over at his father who seemed quite startled at this statement. “Amor and Saroo, we know you’re very confused as to why you’re here. And Amor I know that you’re here very hesitantly, because your father has asked you on many occasions if he could open a space for you so that you could move into doing the work that he does. That is a natural position of a father and we’ve also known your resistance to it. So we greatly appreciate you coming to hear what we have to say. We’ve been watching Amor, as you and Saroo have gone from encampment to encampment from town to town. We’ve watched the incredible effect that happens after you leave. Yes, and in some encampments, it takes weeks, while in others it takes only days. Although in some encampments it doesn’t seem to happen for months, it always happens. You have a real gift. We’ve read your book and we have talked to your friends. We have talked to those who seemed to know you the best and we have a very interesting proposition for you. We would like the two of you to be the first ambassadors of Mu, Ambassadors of Light. In many ways you’ll be doing exactly what you’ve been doing before and you don’t need to tell anyone that you work for the government if you do not wish to. But we would like to support your work and make it a little bit easier for you to do exactly what you are doing.” Amor was taken aback and he didn’t know what to think, because he had prepared himself to say no in a graceful manner. He had expected to walk on to the next piece of the offer only as a beautiful badge or a thank you. Yes, it was wonderful opportunity that he would turn down and go back to what he was doing. He was so incredibly surprised that they had offered something that not only was doable, but would fit into his work very well. So, he gratefully said that he and Saroo would need to talk about this before deciding. He asked for more details and they said very simply that they would prepare the encampments that would be visited. They would set up the travel and arrange safe passage from one encampment to the other, prepare accommodations and supply a small staff to take care of their needs. The idea was to take some of the burden off of Amor and Saroo. And furthermore, they would set special time aside each year that they could rejuvenate on their own, take time out or perhaps write another book, whatever they would like to do at this time. The offer was for a three-year period. Amor smiled broadly, then he and Saroo left the meeting. All the practicing Amor had done to say no gracefully was not used and only a couple of days later they accepted the job.
So it was, unbeknownst to his father, that Amor and Saroo became the first Ambassadors to Mu. Not to people outside of Lemuria, but to people inside of Lemuria, at all the various encampments. They were both very honored. It was a very magical time and soon they began their work. Even though they did not hear from their son Amber as they started out, he showed up very quickly soon after and joined them for some of their journeys. He was now using the name Samor, in honor of his parents, and eventually he would become the third Ambassador of Light. They were welcomed at every city and place that they went. They also started spending more time talking one-on-one to people after the presentations. The presentations themselves became shorter, while the one-on-one discussions tended to grow longer because Amor gave everyone the opportunity to be a little more personal as to how to apply these empowerment techniques. So it was in the days of Mu.
That night as they lay their heads down to be together under the beautiful stars, everything was good in Mu.
Espavo, dear ones.