VirtualLight #5 Pineal Crystals Discussion July 2009

Sandra asked Steve some very important questions. The answers to which show an overview of what is happening on Earth right now with the Re-wire. This was the first time Steve talked about the Pineal Crystals that have been discovered in the Pineal Gland of humans. The latest modality from Lightworker and the group is the Medulla Pineal activation which is designed to activate these crystals for the next stage of humans. Steve said the group will talk about more about it in the channel in Segment 6. Many other subjects were covered in this short segment of Q & A



Luiz 9th July 2009 2:02 pm

Since teleportation is in use in Neptune according to "Raising the Curtain", a planet which is a step a step more evolved than the Earth, I am enclosing the chapter entitled "Life in Neptune", which, among other things, describes how their teleporation system, or Electro-Magno, work:

On Neptune

From the very beginning of their trip through space, Tarquino had noticed musical sounds and lights whose source he did not know. Now the same phenomena reappeared. Aware of the question in his mind, his guide told him, “Your ideas would only get more mixed up if we stopped to go into t5hose things now. For today’s lesson, it’s enough that we reach Neptune.”

There could be no reply to that, and a second later they found themselves in an environment so similar to that of earth Tarquino, mush as he tried, could find no difference between one planet and the other. They were standing on a downtown street crowded with people who looked like just the human beings on earth, except for being a few inches taller.

Luiz 9th July 2009 2:03 pm

Life in Neptune - Part 2

Their clothes resembled the loose, white costume in use among Arabs. Both men and women were peculiarly good looking, having delicate features and slender bodies; and even among the old there were no rounded backs or wrinkled faces. A light smiled enlivened their expressions.
The buildings lining the street, some of them many stories high, were entirely constructed of a transparent material, like glass. The street was full of vehicles, but apart from public conveyances, all were small sized. The made no noise to speak of; there were no bell, whistles, or horns.
Tarquino, seized by overwhelming curiosity, asked, “What makes these vehicles run? You don’t see any cables in the streets and there are no exhaust fumes from internal combustion engines.”
“Electricity,” his guide replied.
“I was thinking that might be it. But how is it produced? How is it used?”
“In your world, only the ABC’s of electricity are known. Here we know at least two letters more. Would you like to go for a ride in one of these cars?”
“I sure would.”

Luiz 9th July 2009 2:04 pm

Life in Neptune - Part 3

“Together they got into what could be called a private car and sat down at a steering wheel that gave Tarquino the fleeting sensation that he was in an ordinary automobile, but the dials crowding the dashboard resembled those of an airplane. The guide explained them one at a time.

“A central station broadcasts electrical waves that are intercepted by this simple device in the same way a radio receiving set works on earth. The input and intensity of the current is shown by this crystal, indicating when the driver can start up the vehicle, which is driven by a tiny motor located where the differential would be on an automobile. You can see that this system has eliminated almost all complicated mechanisms, and by the same token, cuts down on motor failure and accidents. Watch these two glass tubes, similar to those you use to register the temperature of water in your motor, but which here indicate the passage of the electric current that feeds the entire system. This dial with three different colored lights shows approaching vehicles or obstacles.

Luiz 9th July 2009 2:04 pm

Life in Neptune - Part 4

When a vehicle is coming up from behind, the light on the corresponding side of the dial indicates whether it will pass on your right or left.”
“And the light in the center; what’s that for?”
“It shows you what’s in front of you. The brightness of the light increases according to the distance between you and the obstacle.”
“Wonderful. But in a way it seems more complicated to me than our cars.”
“It isn’t. But supposing it was. Humanity on Neptune has reached a much higher grade of mental development than the average from men on earth, so they can handle more things simultaneously with less chance of making errors. On earth most car troubles come from the motor, specifically from the internal combustion motor, because it’s the least perfect of all kinds. The hundreds of parts of which it’s made up can break or get out of adjustment for almost any reason at all. In the vehicle you are sitting in, the motor has fewer parts than any electrical motor in your world. Don’t think it all comes down to lights, though.

Luiz 9th July 2009 2:05 pm

Life in Neptune - Part 5

There’s an automatic device that makes the vehicle steer slightly right or left when an oncoming vehicle passes at closer than the minimum distance of toleration.”
“But doesn’t that put the vehicle in danger of getting out of its lane?”
“It’s taken for granted that someone is inside to control that, since if there wasn’t, the vehicle would be parked. This device I’m talking about is a warning signal and an aid, not a control. If the driver wants to crash the vehicle, nothing will stop him.”
“I guess that sounds logical. But suppose that on the highway or in a street two vehicles pass on both sides of a third. How does your device take care of that for the vehicle in the middle?”
“Very simple. One directional force balances the other and places the vehicle square in the middle of the two passing cars, out of danger on either side. Naturally, since all cars are equipped with the same device, required by law, any accident can be foreseen and forestalled except where there is sheer negligence on the driver’s part, and such cases are rare due to the

Luiz 9th July 2009 2:05 pm

Life in Neptune - Part 6

the efficiency of this indicator.”
“Let’s take an example of two vehicles, one behind the other, moving at a certain speed. The one in front breaks suddenly. What happens then?” asked Tarquino.
“The middle light on the dial of the vehicle behind lights up to full intensity and the vehicle automatically slows down to the speed of the vehicle ahead. At the same time, it changes its course slightly to get out of the danger zone.”
“Looking at it calmly, it does seem remarkable and not as complicated as I thought at first. Are there airplanes here?”
“Yes, but of different design and not nearly as big as yours. Come on; let’s go take a look at one.”
An instant later they found themselves in the cabin of a spherical machine with tiny wings.
“A number of the instruments with which Neptunian aircraft are equipped,” the guide went on explaining, “are similar to those used in your aircraft – for example, those that indicate altitude, speed, atmospheric disturbances, and so on. Besides, they’re equipped with that warning device you saw in the other vehicle.

Luiz 9th July 2009 2:06 pm

Life in Neptune - Part 7

But whereas in the ground vehicles warning is given of anything approaching laterally, from in front, or from behind, in aircraft the device also indicates obstacles approaching from above and below, such as mountain peaks.”

“Ah, now I understand. It’s something like radar.”
“Very similar, but more highly developed. Besides, television, which is in diapers in your world, is in such common use here that no aircraft is without it. Even some ground vehicles have it, but not all because ground vehicles are confined to short distance travel on Neptune, much like bicycles and the carts you see drawn by animals in rural areas on earth. We use aircraft for slightly longer journeys and the electro-magno for distances requiring the greatest speed.”
“What’s the electro-magno? You’ve mentioned it before.”
“Among us, the electro-magno is still in its infancy as a means of transportation. Just the same, it will come as quite a surprise to you. Come on and see it.”
Once more they changed place, finding themselves now in a spacious waiting room bustling with

Luiz 9th July 2009 2:06 pm

Life in Neptune - Pat 8

hundreds of travelers carrying suitcases.
“You know that Neptune is nearly five times bigger than earth,” said the Master, “so distances here are enormous. Let’s take for example someone who wants to go to the antipodes. Imagine how long that would take if he went by train, by car, or even by the kind of aircraft you use on earth. For that reason alone we were compelled to find a means of transportation much faster than a plane. All these machines are operated by electricity, because here power produced by any other means has been outmoded. Even the most remote houses, deep in the woods or far out on prairies, have electricity, since all you have to own is a receiving set.”
“This extensive system of transportation is the result of our cities being used exclusively for work and amusement. The directive offices of industry and government as well as entertainment and shopping centers are all found in cities, but about ninety percent of the people live in private homes in the country. This terminal we’re in right now isn’t a railway station or airport.

Luiz 9th July 2009 2:06 pm

Life in Neptune - Part 9

Come and take a look around.”
After making a turn of the huge waiting room, Tarquino and his guide arrived before a large sliding panel that made the apprentice spirit think of an office building elevator door. The Master asked him, “Do you see that light above this entrance? The symbols indicate passenger destinations.”
Tarquino was so bewildered by everything he said nothing.
“Let’s go in and join these people on their long trip,” said the guide.
Together they entered what looked like a smaller waiting room with twenty cushioned chairs. Tarquino thought it looked like the waiting room in a doctor’s office. After waiting for everyone to be seated, an operator closed the sliding door and the apprentice spirit felt something like a sudden shock that left him unconscious. On coming to, he saw that the door was opening. What a surprise on going out to find they were in a completely different terminal, with the sensation of having jumped from New York to China or vice-versa! “What happened,” gasped Tarquino.
“We’ve traveled by electro-magno,” the Master

Luiz 9th July 2009 2:07 pm

Life in Neptune - Part 10

told him. “Of course, you and I as spirits don’t need material means of transportation, but we’ve come along with these incarnate beings who do. The distance we’ve covered in what would be a few minutes terrestrial time is greater than that of a trip circling your globe.”
“That’s speed!” Tarquino agreed. “But I don’t yet how we did it. I saw nothing that moved, nothing you could call a means of transportation. Both cabins, the one we went into and the one we came out of, looked as solid and immovable as any building.”
“I’ll explain it as well as I can. I believe that on one occasion you saw the mediumistic phenomenon known as movement of matter, right?” “That’s right.”
“Well, while such phenomena are still in the stage of investigation, experimentation, or pure theory, few people give credence to them. And that’s the case of spiritualistic experiments in movement of matter on earth. That phenomenon is still denied belief in your world while here it’s in common use, achieved by purely physical means and providing us with a magnetic force not yet

Luiz 9th July 2009 2:07 pm

Life in Neptune - Part 11

exploited industrially on earth, though even now it’s in an experimental stage in your laboratories. And you may be surprised to know that Mexican scientists were the first to recognize the principle behind this wonder, calling it Eutrion.”
“That does surprise me, Master. I’ve heard nothing about it.”
“There are valid reasons for keeping it secret for some time to come. Powerful forces will oppose its release in every way they can because the theory on which it’s based will destroy all religious myths without exception. Besides, Mexico doesn’t have the equipment and personnel necessary for investigating and developing the idea, and if it should fall into the hands on international warmongers, it could be used by them to make the most fantastic weapon ever imagined. It would bring about the fulfillment of Jules Verne’s prophecy regarding an ambitious country that destroyed itself. But let’s leave history itself to awaken humanity.”
The Master paused and then went on. “This magnetic force has the power to increase the space between one molecule and

Luiz 9th July 2009 2:07 pm

Life in Neptune - Part 12

and another as well as that of its components. Any object acted upon is extended to the point of becoming fluid, invisible, and easily transportable by controlled electrical waves without loosing any of its characteristics in the process.” “Please, that needs some explaining,” Tarquino said.
“Atoms are very similar to planetary systems. The space between one and another is enormous in relation to their size, and the same is true of their components, following the rule of the unity of matter. These spaces, though invisible, are filled with ether, commonly called life, or the Universal Soul. The same is true on interplanetary space.” “But that’s wonderful, Master!”
“Of course, it is. But one small part of this inter-atomic interplanetary energy was unfortunately used, and will be used again, to destroy human life on earth; not only the life of soldiers armed and willing to kill, but of civilians – women, children and old people. Where do you think the scientists responsible for such perversion of the power in their hands, and those who pay them to sow

Luiz 9th July 2009 2:08 pm

Life in Neptune - Part 13

tragedy and desolation, stand before the Law of the Father? To what world will they have to regress in order to learn that man was born to build, not to destroy?”
“But let’s get back to the matter at hand. We were saying that the body’s molecules separate to such an extent that the body becomes invisible. In this condition, people, tools, clothes, or anything else can pass through walls to arrive at their destination, providing there’s a receiving station.”
“I suppose then the same holds true for heavy cargo.”
“Naturally. Every kind of material and food is transported in the same manner we were.”
“Then ships of great tonnage are unnecessary here.”
“There are few bodies of water at any rate. Ships are used for short distance travel, like aircraft and ground vehicles. We could call all such means of transportation local services. The electro-magno comes into use for service between large cities, and above all for trans-world travel, eliminating vehicular congestion in populous areas.”
“That’s great,” said the visitor, so filled with admiration for

Luiz 9th July 2009 2:08 pm

Life in Neptune - Part 14

everything he did not know exactly what to ask next. At last he ventured, “And what industries are there? What do they produce on Neptune?”
“Just about everything they do in your world: clothing and construction materials, machines of all kinds, musical instruments, sports equipment, and so on. Our industry differs from yours only in methods of production.” “How about food?” “Agricultural products, almost exclusively.”
“No meat? Aren’t there any animals?”
“Yes, there are animals, but Neptunians hardly bother about them for nourishment, trying to accustom themselves to eating only what they grow with their own hands instead of sacrificing creatures that have as much right to live as people do. However, this is still an ideal, and some animals are still slaughtered, especially for industrial use. But everybody has a small garden near his house and scarcity of food is only a fact in ancient history. There are dry periods, floods, blight, and drastic climate changes to cope with, but they’re all taken in stride. Science has eliminated them as hazards.”

Luiz 9th July 2009 2:09 pm

Life in Neptune - Part 15

“But all that requires perfect governmental administration, doesn’t it?”
“And we have it, though it might not be as perfect as we’d like.” “How about the political scene?”
“Governmental posts and offices are filled by elected candidates. I know you make the same statement on earth. The difference between our system and yours is that interest in the common good makes a man a candidate here, not personal ambition or greed.”
“That presupposes a pretty high stage of moral evolution.”
“It does, and it means that a man has to forgo the accumulation of wealth as his life’s goal. As long as that goal exists, there can be no honest politics. But here personal riches are a thing of the past. Long ago our law established that the world belongs to everyone. He who shares in the common work shares in the right to eat, to clothe himself, to enjoy life, and to study. But idlers are outlaws, deprived of citizenship and the right of free movement as well as assistance.”

Note: Although there is more to the chapter, I do not want to use more space...


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