< (Next) 12 > History is one of the greatest fiction of all times, because history, well, your history, your history of your incarnations, is really not. As Kuthumi pointed out, he was really not Pythagoras. It's the lineage, perhaps, the cousin or brother of his soul, but really wasn't Kuthumi, and he wasn't Pythagoras or Balthazar or any of the others purported to be. That's a linear progression of the spirit, and true spirit doesn't progress linearly. There's an association, you could say, with those aspects of the soul - cousins, a familiarity, and indeed, some bleed-through, because they came from the same soul source - but as Ah-Kir-Rah pointed out to Kuthumi, it's really not you.
< Emergence-3 > And our dear friend, Kuthumi. I liked what he said also in his encounter with Ah-Kir-Rah, his soul. Oh, he was so mad at his soul. Could you imagine that, being mad at your soul? Yes! (laughter) A lot of good it does you! He set up his soul to be the enemy. I mean, it was truly the enemy. And there were times when he realized it was his soul, but other times he thought it was devil, a demon and he set up the soul to be his enemy. But he finally, well, he finally did some of the things we'll talk about today. He finally got to the point of being able to hear the commune from his soul saying, “Kuthumi, it is not what you believe, it is what you allow,” and there is such a being difference between the two. Such a big difference.