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The groom, is the Light. ..and the bride is the structured "Tree of Life" us ,The bride is working its way to become like the light God. This is not just the Earth.., but the entire Universe/s; as the Light ..creates another like its formless self.. The bride has its own memory, the cellular memory. However, the groom or formless ocean of light has it's own memory as well... So, the Bible reveals there are two memories in the being we call God; ..when you grasp the state God exists in; next to our structured forms we take on in life, when we are born.. onto a planet we have selected. The best way to see the creation all around you is to see it like an onion with many layers. All starts from the formless pure white light spirit of the creator who is also the creation. That formless state is what God calls true life: Each structured state as it manifests, starting with the state of the ethereal realm we call God's heaven down to the gross physical forms is a limiting of the light by law into such forms of expression. Only the Light is true life however, not the limited life forms in all their states inside the light. God's formless state ..is what God defines as perfection as well.


I was shown the entire Universe ..works on the basis of reincarnation.

Given the light will not violate free will, this was its only other option it could offer, in love, The light can become anything or anyone.. it wants to become and has done so in the expression of the heavens we see in the night sky as well as all that is beyond the physical with everything interlocking or interfacing with each other in the creation. The light is all things possible in its being. Just know that all you see and understand through your five senses is located in the light and made from the stuff of the light.


The other interesting thing is that the cellular memory thing is the female aspect of the light while the formless pure white light's memory is the male aspect of the light


Both memories are real. The bride is made of the formless pure white light of God, which is becoming like the light in every way and one day the whole universe.. will be heaven, which The result is the Bride or creation has its own memory, yet you learn the memory of your past lives is really in the groom side of the equation, not the cellular memory side, as far as your spirit self is concerned versus your flesh body's memory, as part of the bride. The kids that are coming back who are remembering past life journeys ,are not learning this from their cellular memory They are getting it from their spirit side or the Spirit of God. There are some amazing stories that account for this reality.

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I was shown the entire Universe ..works on the basis of reincarnation.
If you were shown something, it was not from the LORD God of Bible but by some deceiving spirit being in order to mislead you. By the way, it worked.


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