This week’s featured Q&A comes from a Double Digits member…
Q: The word apocalypse is a Greek word meaning revelation—an unveiling or unfolding of things not previously known and could not be known apart from the unveiling. How come most people associate the word apocalypse with something dreadful rather than delightful, and when did that change?
Channeled from Adironnda through Marilyn Harper:
A: It changed with Christianity as it came in. Take a deep breath. Many of the new Christian World leaders around 2000 years ago wondered how the people could be controlled. So those people can be controlled by fear, yes?
Why not take a word that simply means new revelation and turn it into fear? That is why we say it has been canceled due to a lack of interest. So understanding that even with the number 666, if you look at it in “The Vessel,” Marilyn and “The Joy’s” book that we connected with, Double Digitology, the true meaning of 666 is infinite love.
So you see how the teachers of the Planet, of really all the World’s major religions, took a turn from what was intended and acknowledged that to instill the fear and have a better ability to control the people. That does not mean that all of those religious leaders are wrong or we’re judging them.
We’re just saying breathe forth in it for your own. Breathe forth for your own infinity, and don’t always turn to someone else for it — Adironnda & The Council of Light.