Biography Of The Universe:
The First Pulse of Time to the Present
Why Do We Have Such A Definite Desire To Return Home To Heaven?
David Lee Williamson DD c. 2007
Why have humans, from the beginning of recorded history, waited to be returned to their home in the heavens?
Why did the ancients mummify their dead, and why do we still embalm our dead in an attempt to preserve them today?
The Ancients mummified their dead, preserving them so well that we are amazed at how they accomplished the sometimes seemingly miraculous preservations we still find in the ancient tombs we discover. Mummies in some parts of the world are so well preserved that we are able to extract DNA from nearly fresh blood still preserved in their veins.
Tradition held, that those born on the planet Nibiru would be allowed burial back on Nibiru, if and when resuscitation was not an option in the place where they died. Very few of us died while on Earth, however, if there was an accident we had powerful technologies to heal their bodies and in the event of death these thecnologies were capable of resuscitating one's body even in extreme situations.
Yearly visits to the rejuvenation chambers kept us strong and indefinitely alive. These wonderful chambers bathed us in a magnetic field matching that of our home planet and this rebalanced the magnetic grids of our bodies so that we could retain the longevity all natives of Nibiru enjoyed.
However, in the rare instance that there was a death, the remains were preserved, and upon Nibiru's return every 3600 years they were taken by ship to their home world to be honored and very often even resuscitated.
Later, when we allowed the progeny of the crossbred union of those from Nibiru and an earth human to rule on earth, they claimed godlike status and held the expectation that, since they had direct bloodline connection to Nibiru they would also be taken back to Nibiru upon it's return to our area of the solar system.
The pharaohs had themselves preserved, so that they would be prepared to make the journey home. The interpretations became common religious dogma and the priesthood made lots of money with promises to the common people that they too could be taken home if they were preserved properly and this promise extended even to their pets.
You can see the many ways that religion in all of the cultures took traditions and also health and economic concerns and made them unbreakable religious law.
The sacred cow is one example. Long ago, a very wise king proclaimed the original decree that made it illegal to kill and eat a cow in his kingdom. The ruler at that time made this decree law because he knew that one cow could feed more people by being used to pull a plow than by its being eaten.
This king knew that killing a cow was like killing the goose that laid the golden egg. His decree was a totally sensible law at the time but in this time of machines to plow the ground and prepare the earth for an abundance of crops, we are left with a senseless law that gives higher status to a cow than to a human!
It is time for us to remember who we are and to take up our own empowerment by knowing that we are divine beings and we are ready for the return of our family members to our home planet.
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Author: David Williamson