A SEPARATE STREAM :
Alchemy and the Religion taught by Jinn
The jinn are stunning alchemists. They are masters of Transformation, Transmutation, Transportation (in a split second), and Transmogrification (shape shifting).
Discussing religion can get slippery because it's easy to offend people. Ufology usually manages to sidestep the issue. The Jinn really press the issue, however, because many of them are on active campaigns to influence our thinking about the nature of reality, God and religion. Contactees of "Ascended Masters" and "Space Brothers", for example, have established cults and followings.
There is a separate stream of religious beliefs running down through history which is akin to alchemy and seems to be largely influenced or even generated by Jinn. It makes up much of Hinduism. It emerges in Theosophy and New Age philosophy and in the teachings of contactees. Channeled material is invariably some version of it. Much of it doesn't conform to the teachings of "The Book", or to those teachings held by the Jewish, Christian, Moslem, and Baha'i Faiths. In fact, it often opposes or undermines these teachings in subtle ways. Some have called it the "Ancient Teaching". Jinn appear to approve of this name.
Reincarnation is always a major component. Another is that the Creator and the creation are one. God is often impersonal, is sometimes identified with being the universe itself, or may be on an equal footing with the creation, as a partner or "co-creator". It may even proclaim that "we are God". It also contains aspects which could be described as forms of alchemy.
The term "Alchemy" can be so broad that it is hard to define. Usually thought of in terms of early chemistry and attempts to turn base metal into gold, alchemy is also about the very nature of transformation itself -- transformations on all levels: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. Found in many forms and in many cultures for ages, it has usually been a hidden school, an underground quest for secrets. This mystery -- this MIST-- which surrounds it, adds to its fascination and appeal. It is also the murky and confused atmosphere which the jinn create and work so well in.
ALCHEMY could be described as being the metaphysical technologies of transformation. This would include knowledge regarding the:
1. Physical science of transmuting one substance or form into another. (Typified by the ancient quest to turn base metals into gold.)
2. Mythic search for eternal youth.
3. Knowledge of human subtle anatomy
including the chakras and
layers of the aura. (Excellent information on this subject
comes from former NASA physicist Barbara Ann Brennan.)
6. Knowledge regarding the process of "individuation" as described by Carl Gustav Jung.
7. Knowledge regarding kundalini.
A modern version of this claim has aliens genetically engineering the human race. Much channeled material has produced variations on this theme, and it is also a theme in many abduction reports. It seems evident that these entities are very adept at manipulating bodies (human and otherwise) in many ways. They can create doppelgangers, for example, and they can speak through the bodies of people who are in a trance. The many observations of fetuses being taken from humans and being grown in containers, etc. could be either hallucinations induced by the entities or could be actual occurrences. I wonder if these manipulations are considered a legitimate activity in their world. They probably use their advanced technologies for both good and evil just as we do.
Even Charles Fort and John Keel seem to have been taken in by the ruse which identifies the jinn as superior overlords of the human race. This is quite understandable in light of the powerful and often threatening paranormal abilities which the jinn display.
The jinn probably exercised enormous power over humans at the dawn of history. Many primitive pagan rituals involve placating the spirits of jinn. Others involve becoming possessed by jinn spirits.
"Talking in tongues"-- although I haven't experienced this myself, I must say it does resemble a temporary jinn possession in many respects. I have great respect for the faith and upstanding lives of my Pentecostal relatives, but can't help but wonder whether this possession by "the Spirit" isn't actually a possession by a spirit.
Santeria rituals involve jinn supplication and possession as well as animal sacrifice-- an age-old favorite demand of "the spirits":
Depending on the particular orisha that they wish to please,
santeros use certain colors and certain animals and play
particular drumbeats during their rituals. The music is of great
importance because it helps to coax the orisha into
"mounting" or possessing the priest. As the particular orisha
mounts the priest, the priest's body dances the dance emblematic of
that orisha. Later in the ceremony, people's questions are
answered, the spirit decrees that a specific command will be obeyed,
or that an animal sacrifice must occur.
The Marian Apparition at Fatima (witnessed by 70,000 people,) was a huge UFO event. Many BVM (Blessed Virgin Mary) events contain psychokinetic elements which resemble poltergeist activity. Usually it is only little children who can see the Lady.
In Hinduism, God started out being ONE, and then got broken down into more and more pieces. Increasingly more representations of different parts of God were introduced and people began venerating these various personalities in the Hindu pantheon. Hinduism says that everything is God. This means that theoretically everything can be worshipped as being God or having God in it.
This shift in emphasis from One God
to many demigods is a classic form of religious corruption
encouraged by some jinn. These jinn would undoubtedly enjoy a
return to the practices of ancient history when they held immense
power over humans. Human sacrifice was one of these practices, and
demonstrates how manipulated and afraid humans were of these
In the United States during the
1930's, Guy Ballard, (who went by the name of Godfre Ray King,) Had
his followers kill their pets when he was under the direction
of St. Germain. The influence of
these Ifreets may explain much about the barbaric practices of human
and animal sacrifice.
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