AngelicView: Thanks ever-so-much to Laron at transients.info. This information matches up completely with the information contained in the study of NDE’s. It also aligns perfectly with Dolores Cannon’s research. I have read “Destiny of Souls”, but it’s been many years ago now, and it sits on a shelf in my basement. Thanks to Laron for giving us this overview of a portion of the information.
Masters of Design – Destiny of Souls
I am currently reading the book ‘Destiny of Souls’ by Michael Newton. It was published back in the year 2000 and is a sequel to Michael’s Newton’s book Journey of Souls from 1994. Destiny of Souls is about what happens after we die. Michael uses hypnosis to take the person back into a past life (past life regression) and from there, into the spirit world. His technique is very similar to Dolores Cannon’s from what I understand so far. The information is coming through Michael’s client’s while they are deep in a hypnotic state.
Because of the technique in use, having done past life regression myself using Dolores’s technique and based upon what I already know when comparing this summary below to other information, I consider this to be a pretty accurate description of the system behind life after death, or what I like to call, existence after life
Michael has gone into great detail with many areas of the spirit world and has created a list of specialisations that the more advanced souls get into in-between lives and during them, as it’s said we leave part of our energy in the spirit world while incarnating on Earth. This list doesn’t include spirit guides, spirit guide teachers or members of the Council of Elders as they are mentioned earlier in the book in multiple places.
There are quite a few of them such as:
- Nursery Teachers who look after newly created souls.
- Ethicists who specialise in the morality of our actions while we incarnate.
- Harmoniser Souls who’s purpose it is to decrease the impact of earth changes on earth among other things such as removing negative energy which in turn effects people.
- Masters of Design, which I am going to talk about in this entry. But a quick summary is that they are the seeders of life on planets and the creator and designers of planets.
- Explorers who not only explore the many dimensions and realms, but have a primary role of being guides for spirits needing to go various places. They are the ones that may show up when your astral traveling and you may be being lead somewhere. Navigating the dimensional universe is not an easy task and Michael does a great job going into detail on all of these different roles.
So today I wanted to touch on the Masters of Design specialisation. I find it fascinating that Michael Newton is coming from an angle that isn’t really touching on any UFO related material, however, the descriptions of this specific specialisation that we can get into in the spirit world, if we are a more advanced soul, practically answers the question of where the beings inside UFO’s come from. The UFO’s related to seeding the Earth or being a caretaker of the Earth or other planets. From connecting a few things together, it seems like they are us who are simply specialising in a specific area. Us being well developed souls in the spirit world.
Below is one of the case examples that Michael Newton goes over in his book which is part of a number of cases he talks about with regards to the specialisation of Masters of Design.
“This is a distinctive case concerning a designer soul called Kala. As our session progressed, my subject spoke to me about a recent planetary assignment involving the need to adjust a problem with the ecosystem that was not going to be corrected by evolutionary adaptation. Before this case, I had not expected that souls would return to a planetary site for modifications of an existing environment since that would mean their designs were fallible. It was revealing for me to learn Kala’s experience involved the altering of the molecular chemistry of an existing creature in a controlled experiment.
When clients describe their soul experiences with life on other worlds, I try to learn about the galactic location, the planet’s size, orbit, the distance it lies from its star, atmospheric composition, gravitation and topography. I suppose my background as an amateur astronomer gives me an additional incentive to learn these details. Nonetheless, many clients find it annoying to try and answer astronomy questions they consider distracting and irrelevant. In our physical universe we know of 100 billion galaxies. Each of these silvery islands, separated by vast distances in light years, moves within the dark sea of space and contains countless billions of suns with the likelihood of life-supporting planets.
Because my celestial references have little meaning to most subjects in hypnosis, and the worlds they talk about are so far away from Earth’s quadrant in space, I frequently just move on rather than impede the session.
Kala tried to explain to me that her creation design training class went to a planet “nowhere near Earth.” She called this world Jaspear and said it was in a double (binary) star system orbiting a “hot yellow star nearby, with a dull red larger star much farther away.” I was also told Jaspear was a little larger than Earth but had smaller oceans. She added this world was semi-tropical with four moons. After a little encouragement, Kala was willing to discuss her work involving a strange creature that has certain odd similarities to animals on Earth.
The average client with experience on an alien planet has feelings of reluctance about giving me information they consider to be privileged. I have mentioned this fact before in other areas of my spiritual research.
Subjects clam up when they feel they should not be revealing knowledge entrusted to them, or that they are not intended to uncover in their current lives. This is particularly true with alien civilizations. It is frustrating for me to hear such statements as, “Neither you nor I are supposed to know about such places.” With Kala, I explained how important it was for both of us to know her capabilities as a soul, rather than my simply being an inquisitive investigator. Another effective hypnosis technique I might use to get around client blocks toward speaking about other worlds is to ask, “Have you known any fascinating alien life forms you care a great deal about?” This approach is irresistible to many souls who travel for work or play.”
Dr. N: Kala, I would like to further explore what you have told me about your assignment to Jaspear. I think this would help me understand your specialty. Why don’t you begin with your training class and how the project on Jaspear was presented.
S: The six of us have been assigned to work with some seniors (Design Masters) to deal with this world where runaway vegetation has threatened the food supply of the small land animals.
Dr. N: So, basically the problem on Jaspear involves the ecosystem?
S: Yes, the thick vines … a voracious vine-like bush. It grows so fast it kills those plants needed for the food supply. There is little space left for the land creatures of Jaspear to graze.
Dr. N: And they can’t eat the vines?
S: No, and that’s why we went to Jaspear on this assignment.
Dr. N: (reacting too quickly) Oh, to rid the planet of these vines?
S: No, they are indigenous to the planet and its soil.
Dr. N: Well, then, what is the assignment?
S: To create a animal which will eat the vines—to control the spreading of this bush which chokes off so much other vegetation.
Dr. N: What animal?
S: (laughing) It is the Rinucula.
Dr. N: How are you going to do that with an animal that is not indigenous to Jaspear?
S: By creating a mutation from an existing small four-footed animal and accelerating its growth.
Dr. N: Kala, you can change the DNA genetic codes of one animal to create another?
S: I could not do this by myself. We have the combined energy of my training class, plus the skillful manipulation of the two seniors who have accompanied us on this field trip.
Dr. N: You use your energy to alter the molecular chemistry of an organism in order to circumvent natural selection?
S: Yes, to radiate the cells of a group of the small animals. We mutate the existing species and make it much larger so it will survive. Since we don’t have the time to wait for natural selection, we will also accelerate growth of the four-legged animal.
Dr. N: Do you accelerate the growth of the mutation so that the Rinucula appears right away, or do you accelerate the size of the creature itself?
S: Both—we want the Rinucula to be big and we want this evolutionary change to take place in one generation.
Dr. N: How many Earth years will this take?
S: (pause) Oh … fifty years or so … to us it seems like a day.
Dr. N: What did you do to the small animal who will become a Rinucula?
S: We keep the legs and hairy torso—but it all will be larger.
Dr. N: Tell me about the finished product. What does a Rinucula look like?
S: (laughing) A … large curving nose down around the mouth … big lips… huge jaws… massive forehead … walks on four legs with hooves. About the size of a horse.
Dr. N: You said you kept the hair of the original animal?
S: Yes, it’s all over the Rinucula—long reddish-brown hair.
Dr. N: What about the brain of this animal—is it greater or less than a horse?
S: The Rinucula is smarter than a horse.
Dr. N: He sounds like something out of a Dr. Seuss children’s book.
S: (grins) That’s why it’s so much fun to think about him.
Dr. N: Has the Rinucula made a difference on Jaspear?
S: Yes, because he is many times the size of the original animal, and has other alterations—such as his huge jaw and body strength— he is really eating up the vines. The Rinucula is a docile creature with no natural predators and a voracious eater, like the original animal. That’s what the seniors wanted.
Dr. N: What about his reproduction on this planet? Do the Rinucula multiply quickly?
S: No, they reproduce slowly—that is why we had to create quite a number of Rinuculas after we programmed the desired genetic characteristics.
Dr. N: Do you know how this experiment ended?
S: Jaspear is now a more balanced world of plant eaters. We wanted the other animals to thrive as well. The vines are now under control.
Dr. N: Do you plan eventually to have highly intelligent life on Jaspear—is that what this is all about?
S: (vaguely) Perhaps the seniors do … I have no way of knowing.