Atlantean and Light Societies: Barter, Money, Exchange and Cohesion

pranaavaThe Mystery School assembles with a rare guest; Jalarm (pronounced ❝Yalum❞ ) the Atlantean tells it is an important day and understanding of this will come later. The Mystery School seeks to uncover many aspects of life before the Fall of Atlantis, in order that many will understand the many stories of human life before our recorded history and the investigations of archaeologists, geneticists, scientists and anthropologists. While many have pieces of the story, the pieces are incomplete and knitting together and understandings of the mysteries of human life and its past is one of the important tasks of the Mystery School.

In this session the questions flow quickly about money and barter and how the early Atlantis communities (there were many places called Atlantis) cared for their own and supported one another and ensured all were able to obtain their needs. Jalarm reminds us that different aspects and expressions of divinity exist, and images of the divine form from time to time are expressed to suit those who need those forms – this is was (and still is) an important help for those seeking relations with the Creative Source of All within their own cultural mileau. Minds are different and divinity takes form and shape in accord with the needs of different peoples.

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