2008

from LeadingEdge Website

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The Essassani paradigm of perceiving reality was introduced to the planetary population through the medium of Daryl Anka, who channeled a group consciousness represented by an entity known as Bashar.

 

Apparently there are five people on the planet who have the capability to resonant with the Essassani frequency and gain information. Bashar has also come once through an individual on the East coast of the United States, although that individual usually gains information and data through another representative of the Essassani.

 

The Essassani maintain that they exist on a different frequency of reality which is coincident with a parallel reality 700 years in the future, and that they are physiologically a hybrid race which is a genetic combination of the human and the Orion Grays, otherwise called the Dow.

Through a generational cross-breeding program, which must have been somewhat successful because the Essassani exist, a new sub-species was born. Because of this, the Essassani have a vested interest in how the planetary population perceive them. As of 1996, the hybrid program is a done deal relative to the creation of the Essassani, as far as we can determine.

 

In reality, the advice they gave through many of the channeled sessions and in the book Blueprint for the Future, around 1989, was quite interesting, but not easily implemented by the population, as there was one key component missing. An understanding of Hermetic Law as it applies to the creation of reality. Trying to illustrate to 3rd density humans how to improve their lives, from a 5th density viewpoint proved problematic at best.

 

One of the side projects at Leading Edge Research is to attempt to reconcile this problem through integration of Hermetic principles with many elements of perception from the Essassani standpoint.

When the book Blueprint for the Future was released, it sparked a lot of interest. Surely the principles put forth about "creating your own reality" should be able to be tested in day-to-day life.

 

Michael Topper's response to the principles put forth by Bashar was that they were a "half truth". In his usual complex way, Topper described his viewpoint in an issue of the Thunderbird Chronicle, and the material was subsequently reprinted in Leading Edge publications.

 

I will not attempt to interpret Toppers work. It's unique approach to reality has to be seen to be believed.

At any rate, I will summarize the high points of the Essassani Perspective below:

 

On Living Life...

  • JUDGMENT:

"Judgment is invalidating everything you prefer. When you invalidate something, you become equal to it, and thus what you do not want you become."

Seen from a Hermetic standpoint, when you focus on something you bring it into your life. If you focus on what you do not want, you become resonant with the frequency of its reality and manifest it.

 

The answer to all of this lies in the apparent paradox of Hermetic Law, wherein you must see the reality you prefer as currently existing in the moment, despite the apparent contradiction of its immediate lack of presence. Hard for most people, but not impossible to do.

 

Furthermore,

"every being has their own way of exploring the idea of existence. It does not mean you must judge the way they are living as invalid. If you are busy judging that what they are doing is less than what you think they could be doing, YOU are the one maintaining those effects and those realities in YOUR reality. You are focusing upon them."

Want a real challenge?

 

Consider Reptilian Draconians eating human children and maintaining a 4 billion year history of tyrannical behavior, and attempt to attain a state of non-judgment while at the same time focusing on a reality YOU prefer to exist.

 

YOU may move to a parallel line of existence where these guys do not exist... they won't be shifting their perspective, so YOU are the one who must do so.
 

  •  "Anything that you share with someone else, any common similar experience, is because you have agreed to create your own version of it in your reality."
     

  • "When you assume that where you are is where you need to be and begin to enjoy it and live in the moment, then you will not try to be somewhere else, and that is what will let you get there."
     

  • "Allowing everyone to live the lives they choose is granting equality and validation to everything... to All That Is, which means that you, as a part of All That Is, are automatically supporting everything you do, and letting All That Is support you."
     

  • "If you believe you need to be protected... you are inviting attack."
     

  • "All situations are fundamentally neutral. You give them meaning, 'positive' or 'negative'. When you assign a 'meaning', you invite that reality."
     

  • "If you KNOW that you know, then by definition there is nothing stopping you."
     

  • "No one can 'give' you anything. You have to create your own version of it."


On Relationships...

  • "When you know you are complete within yourself and attract a relationship to share as true equals, each being in the relationship being complete, then an individual can come and go in the relationship and will feel no loss. If an individual comes and goes, it is an accurate reflection of the completeness of the relationship... and it serves a purpose in the relationship and is not an interruption in the relationship."
     

  • "People assume that you need a relationship to be complete, so what you are always going to attract to yourself is a reflection of your own (self-perceived) incompleteness. You will attract someone who will act incompletely, to remind you that it is what you believe yourself to be."
     

  • "Individuals in your society say that if they could only find their soul mate, everything would be wonderful... but understand that you only attract what you are the vibration of."


 



Essassani Philosophy

Background
The core of the Essassani philosophy, delineated by a hybrid race approximately 700 linear years in our future to five individuals in the 1980's and 1990's, involves self-responsibility as well as self-determination and creation of both subjective reality structures and collective planetary reality structures through realization of both the mechanics and perceptive factors involved.

 

In the late 1980's, the most outward expression of this paradigm was through a man named Darryl Anka; the individual representing the collective race of the Essassani was named Bashar.

 

Today, both Bashar and other members of the race interact with several individuals. The Essassani perception of reality is both thought-provoking and instructive.

The Essassani maintain that they exist on a different frequency of reality which is coincident with a parallel reality 700 years in the future, and that they are physiologically a hybrid race which is a genetic combination of the human and the Orion Grays, otherwise called the Dow.

Through a generational cross-breeding program, which must have been somewhat successful because the Essassani exist, a new sub-species was born. Because of this, the Essassani have a vested interest in how the planetary population perceive them.

 

As of 1996, the hybrid program is a done deal relative to the creation of the Essassani, as far as we can determine.

 

In reality, the advice they gave through many of the channeled sessions and in the book Blueprint for the Future, around 1989, was quite interesting, but not easily implemented by the population, as there was one key component missing. An understanding of Hermetic Law as it applies to the creation of reality.

 

Trying to illustrate to 3rd density humans how to improve their lives, from a 5th density viewpoint proved problematic at best.

One of the side projects at Leading Edge Research is to attempt to reconcile this problem through integration of Hermetic principles with many elements of perception from the Essassani standpoint.

When the book Blueprint for the Future was released, it sparked a lot of interest. Surely the principles put forth about "creating your own reality" should be able to be tested in day-to-day life. Michael Topper's response to the principles put forth by Bashar was that they were a "half truth".

 

In his usual complex way, Topper described his viewpoint in an issue of the Thunderbird Chronicle, and the material was subsequently reprinted in Leading Edge publications.

 

I will not attempt to interpret Toppers work.

 

It's unique approach to reality has to be seen to be believed.