Greece / Greek


< Teacher 5 > I (Kuthumi) have had many, many incarnations on Earth and one of the most memorable that I had was approximately 500-600 B.C. I was known back then as the philosopher called Pythagoras, a Greek philosopher. It was a very interesting lifetime because back then in this land of Greece there was so much changing in its own consciousness. A new civilization was coming to life preparing for the Christos era of humanity.

< Teacher 5 > In Greece there were thinkers. In Greece there were creators. Greece was developing a new civilization and a new culture and I (Kuthumi) - I was right in the midst of it. I was a philosopher. I was a mathematician. I found it fascinating because I was trying to understand the world - understand nature, understand spirit - through math and through philosophy. I had a love and a passion for this philosophy. I had a love for trying to understand how the numbers worked, how the numbers made logic and sense of the universe, of the stars. I would spend my days, my years, playing with the energy of numbers.

< freedom 9 > So when the humans came back up from Earth, the ones that went to Egypt were particularly interested in spirit. It's now often called afterlife. They had the understanding that there was something more to just this reality. They learned how to visit the other dimensions. They learned how to go into what would be called the Near Earth realms and come back. They journeyed. They took some of the original astral journeys in their starboats, their solar ships. Other cultures, other civilizations, for instance, like the Greek, were more about establishing culture, social and community balance, philosophy, balanced judgment. The Romans – that culture was about being civil. Establishing civil structures – roads and cities and systems. Many, many other cultures, but the Egyptians was about Spirit.