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ZetaTalk: Melchizedek Cult
Note: written Nov 15, 1996
Among the many alien groups attempting to assist in the Transformation is one speaking to a channeler known as Melchizedek. His merkaba was written with the
best of intentions, but like the Bible, the words were attacked by those in the Service-to-Self almost as soon as they were written. What developed as the so-called
devotees of this work is nothing that the original author had in mind! These alien visitors, firmly in the Service-to-Self orientation, undermine the original work of
Melchizedek as they hope to parlay a personality cult into something they can control.
- They disguise their intent by their frequent references to world peace versus war, education versus punishment, and prosperity for all. Underneath these
platitudes is the real message of strict social ordering, long and impressive titles, endless rituals, and the desire to replace independent thinking and
democratic states with a single hierarchy called the New World Order. It is by these means that those in the Service-to-Self attempt to destroy and subvert a
message given by those in the Service-to-Other. Take the original message, and discard the later interpretations by the so-called devotees.
- A key tenet of the cult is possession of the human converts by Service-to-Self entities who convince the incarnating spirit to step aside now and then,
especially during meetings and initiation rites. The humans drawn into the cult are told that this possession, a temporary walk-in by an intensely
Service-to-Self oriented spirit, is an honor, that the possessing spirit has wisdom beyond what any human can muster, purity of purpose, and a spiritual focus
that will benefit mankind.
- As the cult members are invariably weak, often abused individuals virtually taken off the streets, they revel in the strength they feel in the presence of or
during possession by the visiting Service-to-Self entities. Often the attention they receive from the other cult members surpasses any they receive elsewhere,
and being weak minded and faint hearted individuals, their loyalty is thus purchased cheaply. Humans living on the streets are those who have given up the
fight, are on the run, and by joining the Melchizedek cult and accepting occasional possession they feel they have turned the tables on the world. Now they
are strong and in control
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