Mysteries of Eden

Marduk or Eden was a paradise planet inhabited by highly advanced humans, until their massive technologies destroyed their world long, long ago. Edenite colonists on Earth became marooned here, beginning the saga of humanity on Earth.

I have little doubt about the validity of that basic story, because I consider the source to be impeccable. Seven ethereal beings or angels delivered a series of messages to our international research group in the late 90s, through a computer in Luxembourg. They said that they’d provided guidance and support to humanity for many thousands of years, and the legends of “man’s fall from grace” can be traced back to that ancient disaster. (At the end of this article I include excerpts from the ethereal messages received by our INIT group.)

“The Seven” didn’t tell us WHEN Eden exploded nor WHERE it was located, so I had to deduce that information from science, religion, myth, and other sources. The result is a fascinating story going back to the most ancient of times—a story involving gods and titans and the guided evolution of humankind.

What baffled my colleagues and me for some time was the fact that many of our spirit friends—late colleagues and loved ones, deceased scientists and celebrities, and others—reported to us that they were now living in a spirit world called “Marduk,” the same name as the physical world that no longer exists. Eventually it occurred to me that, just as people’s spirit bodies live on after the death of the physical bodies, planets and other material things have spirit forms that continue to exist after THEIR physical forms are destroyed or deteriorate. And THAT is why western religions promise a paradise existence to their followers when they die: Many humans, once in spirit, return home to that paradise world that still exists in spirit form.

I’ve attached to this article a set of pictures and some narrative relating to our late colleague, Friedrich Juergenson. Two TV images of Juergenson in his spirit body came through the television of German researcher Adolf Homes, while the computer image came through a computer of our colleagues in Luxembourg.

Excerpts from ethereal messages received by INIT members in Luxembourg:

“Long, long ago humans came to Earth from Eden (or Marduk)…and had to fight against nature and some of its most dangerous creatures that did not subject themselves to the intellectual superiority of humans. The creatures had to be defeated and destroyed by cunning and strength. Human civilizations prevailed. Of these times long, long ago, only legends were handed down…. The “fall of Man” is a one such legend handed down from Greek mythology. It was maintained by the “Mysteries” and found its way into the schools of philosophy during the Greek classic period. Humans were considered to be descendants of Titans who had killed the young Dionysus-Zagreus. The burden of this crime weighed heavily on them. In a writing by (early Greek scientist and philosopher) Anaximander it is said that the unity of the world was destroyed by a prehistoric crime. In reality, these legends are based on a factual incident: the downfall of the civilization you often call Atlantis (also known by other names). This downfall was brought about by the descendants of the last inhabitants of Marduk who became marooned on planet Terra. This downfall came through reliance on and blind trust in a massive technology. You see, there was a “fall of Man,” but different from what you imagined. We know that many among you will not believe us. This does not bother us. We know that this is how it was. Today you may consider it science fiction, but you too will one day, once more, recognize its validity.”

Other articles about science and the human spirit:

Science and NDEs  —  Foreign-accent syndrome  —  Measuring maya  —  Asteroids pummeled Earth for 2 billion years  —  Exoplanets and the prospect we’re not alone!  —  Mysteries of Eden  —  Combat killing and the human spirit  —  Aurora theater tragedy  —  News in perspective  —  A life and afterlife debate

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About Mark Macy

Main interests are other-worldly matters (www.macyafterlife.com) and worldly matters (www.noblesavageworld.com)
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