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The Origin and Future of Mother Earth

The Origin and Future of Mother Earth Jeshua ben Joseph (Jesus) through Judith Coates

Where did the idea come from for a body so large that you can have little pieces of life living all over it? Truly it came from a thought — a thought in a galaxy far, far away from a time long, long ago. You had the thought to create. As you asked yourself, “What more can I create? What can I bring forth to play on and play with?” an idea came to you, shared — as you would understand it now — by many of you. It was a conscious thought to create shared by what we will call a group consciousness; words are hard to find that truly describe what you have done.

There was a coming together of energy known as Thought — capital T. You asked, “What can I create that will be most giving to me in the way of experience?” You brought forth your Sun, the energy of light, and you put it into physicality — the heat of the Sun. From that coalescence came sparks, and then those sparks coalesced into what you call planets, and you said, “I want to know what it feels like not only to look with the idea of the Creator but also to know: ‘How does it feel to be on that creation and to look from that creation? What would I see?’” It was not a verbalized desire but rather a thought to create, not with words but as an idea. First of all, you created — because of the light and energy that you are — that which you are: the Sun in another form of energy. You created that which you see even to this day and time as the bodies of energy that are in magnetism to come around that energy. You know this from your science. You begin to understand: “Okay, I’m living on Earth. There’s the Sun. And, oh, there’s the Moon.” Who created the Moon? You did. Have you been to the Moon? Yes. Will you go again? Probably. It’s the same with some of the planets, as you call them. You have lived on some of the farther out planets, and as they started to cool, you moved in closer and closer to the Sun.

There is remembrance at times when you are in meditation, prayer, or maybe just thinking about what you are going to fix for dinner. An idea comes to you: “Ha, I wonder if I have lived on Mars. Hmm, yeah, you know, when I saw that picture of the Mars Rover and what Mars looks like now, I thought, ‘Well, there’s no possibility that I would have lived there. But, you know, I can see in my mind’s eye the color green. I can see Mars when it had water and clouds. Yeah, I think I lived there, but not the way it looks now.’” Things mutate and change. You want to create. Being the extension of the one creative Principle, you create. Hear that well. That is what you are — not just who you are but what you are — the extension of the one creative Principle. You create all your experiences and all the people you interact with — the ones you like and the ones you do not like. Sometimes the ones you do not like are like sandpaper, and they polish you off a little bit.