By Wes Penre, November 13, 2021
Questions in this Session:
QUESTION 1: When we die, will we be able to “think” to ourselves about where we want to go, whether it be back down to earth to help out as spiritual guides or teachers? Or if we think of anything immediately, we just go there instantly? This is confusing. Do we just talk out loud to ourselves and focus on not to think about anything until we have our intention?
QUESTION 2: Could it be that the astral plane is at the same location as we are here on earth, except on a different frequency? Could this be the case with all the seven heavens? This would explain the phenomena of possession by evil creatures.
According to a Dutch astral traveler the aura protects us from astral intrusions. He proclaims that the aura has a glass-like shield that is very hard to penetrate when attempted from the astral plane. He goes so far as to state that we humans could not live on earth without this protective shield.
This seems to indicate that the astral plane is all around us. What do you think? Does this make sense?
QUESTION 3: Will people be able to have pets during The Singularity or will domestic animals such as cats and dogs eventually become extinct? I realize this may be a sensitive question for animal lovers such as myself. The reason I ask is I vividly remembered as a teen watching one of those “Planet of the Apes” movie sequels from the 1970s. There was a scene of a cat and dog statue that represented a time when people had pets.
QUESTION 4: My question is, in all your truth seeking, have you ever heard of Kuthumi and or Santa Kumara and if so, what were your findings and/or opinions?
QUESTION 5: At one point in time Sabaoth worshipped Sophia (Pistis) but it is my conviction that she didn’t want him to continue to do so after a certain point. Some dare say all of the G(g)ods and G(g)oddesses on Earth are requiring and even demanding worship. What about worship?
QUESTION 6: A negative thought can be about ourselves or others, but naturally spirited humans don’t like to have these thoughts, even if they come up very briefly. In your book, A Handbook for the New Era, you mentioned that our thoughts are very powerful and that some thoughts come from our environment. What’s the best way of dealing with negative thoughts?