(continued from IWAHE 01)
Humans know the “outer” surface of Gaia’s physical body with some familiarity, but they generally lack a deep understanding of its nature.
Inside Gaia’s “solid” vessel, Agarthae breed and live, just as humans do on the outer surface. More than one “Agarthi” may be found here, according to dimension.
(note from Leslee: In Téo’Na’s transmissions, he refers to “Agartha” as “Agarthi”, and to the inhabitants as “Agarthae”. An individual from Agarthi is called an “Agarthan”.)
Within the crust itself, Gaia also hosts a variety of beings and worlds.
These worlds have Guides and Angels, just as the human worlds do. The beings who inhabit these worlds arise with a range of abilities and inclinations, just as humans do.
Powerful surges of energy, whether from solar flares or spiritual blessings, clear stagnant energy and open new channels between people and within bodies.
This is how subtle evolution occurs.
On the surface, and within the physical crust, naturally-occurring minerals coalesce into a network of transmitters and receivers. Energy surges act like soldering irons, fusing their connections. One might say that crystals form Gaia’s nervous system.
Viscous mixtures of crystals and liquids, such as oil sands and de’avnou (referred to as “cream” in Ghost Radar), permeate regions where transmissions need to be closely regulated. Because some differing regions are quite near one another physically but distant from one another in terms of spiritual development, isolation protects both cultures for now.
This is one reason why it’s critical that the oil sands be preserved.
It may still be some time before the neighboring cultures will be ready to meet one another directly.