Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness
Concluded from Part 1
A man who was taken prisoner in Crete tells us about what he experienced when he made his way to the other side.
“I was put on to a stretcher and taken to hospital, but [the Germans in Crete] did nothing for me except to give me a bed to lie on and my wound got septic and very painful. I got delirious, I suppose. …
“Anyway, after ages and ages of suffering I seemed to pass into a timeless sleep, and when I woke up there was no pain and I was out of doors so I thought I had escaped and I wandered about glad to be free, but I couldn’t make sense of it all.
“I seemed unable to walk properly, I couldn’t keep on the ground, and though I didn’t fall it was extremely difficult to move along, and then the whole place would grow misty. I would see places and people one moment and the next I saw something quite different. I thought I was delirious again.” (5)
He probably was delirious, and he probably experienced a bizarre in between state where he was half ‘alive’ and half ‘dead’. Most people are eventually greeted by guides who help them understand and cope with what’s happened, but this man’s experience was painful (because of his untreated wounds) and strange to say the least.
Most people’s transitions are smoother and more orderly, but war seems to cause the most painful and traumatic deaths. It’s obvious that war needs to come to an end, and until it does, the minds, bodies, and spirits of millions of people will continue to be thrown into disarray.
This isn’t the way of the new world we’re building, and I, for one, am ready to see war (and the influence of the ‘elite’ who fund it) completely cease.
The man continues, telling us that he perceived two planes of reality at once: the physical earth and the etheric fourth dimension.
“Now I know that I was seeing two planes at once, and I hadn’t learnt to manage my spirit body, it all worried me a lot and I got quite hopeless. People would come up to help me, and just as we were beginning to understand each other I would see the outline of Crete, and be overcome by the desire to hide away from the Germans.
“It was a sort of torture, and then at last they got through to me and I was able to sleep – the real sleep of death – the putting off of one life and the taking on of another.” (6)
It’d be pretty hard to handle seeing people in spirit and enemy officers on the physical earth at the same time, and I’m sure it can cause some pretty bad psychological damage. This is what war does – it removes our perception of peace and puts us in a nervous, fidgety state of mind.
We’re trained to believe that there’s an enemy around every corner – that we should watch our backs instead of enjoying the peace and freedom we’re intended to enjoy. Personally, I hope every soldier who passes on is eventually able to regain their psychological stability, and I’d imagine they’re given plenty of help in the realms beyond.
A polish pilot named ‘S.Z.’ describes what it was like to fall out of the sky and get up with no seeming injuries.
“Yes. I am shot down and out. I have survived many flights but not this one. I am wounded, I cannot control the aircraft, it was my leg, you feel the pain, I could not move the controls and I fall, I cannot leave the aircraft, I fall quite consciously.
“I get up without any pain, I see my observer and gunner, he is hurt too but not so much. The Germans come to find us, they do not see me, I run and hide, but they do not look for me, my friend they take away. I wander about. I feel well and cannot think how I came to crash the aircraft. My leg is healed.” (7)
I think we can all guess why the German soldiers didn’t look for S.Z., and it’s the same reason his badly injured leg was healed. He immediately crossed over when his plane hit the ground, and he then underwent the process of adjusting to spirit life, which was initially difficult for him.
After a crash like his, it’d be silly to expect S.Z. to just get up and walk around without any pain or injuries, and it only makes sense that he was already in spirit when he noticed the German soldiers, who, again, didn’t look for him.
S.Z then tells us what it was like to witness the beautiful colors of the earthly/etheric realm he was in.
“I wander about. I go to the French peasants and ask for help, but they do not see me and I begin to wonder. I am neither hungry nor thirsty, nor particularly tired. I begin to see things changing. I see colours everywhere; it is sunset or sunrise and it looks as if the colours were reflected in the earth as well as in the sky.
“I lay and watched the colour take form. It was like a cinema when one picture fades out and another takes its place.” (8)
S.Z. was starting to witness some of the etheric phenomena he’d soon grow used to, and he was also given a hint that he’d passed on when the French ‘peasants’ were unable to see or hear him. A lot of people realize that they’ve passed on when they can’t communicate with people on earth, and seeing a guide or departed loved one is probably the straw that breaks the camel’s back.
It’d be pretty hard for someone to deny they’ve died if they can witness interesting, colorful, etheric phenomena, and if what S.Z. had witnessed so far didn’t wake him up, what he was soon to witness would.
S.Z. continues, telling us about the presence of an etheric guide who helped him fall asleep before taking him to the location of his body.
“I was astounded. I do not know where I am. I ask, I pray, I forget that I have no faith in religion. I pray for help and it comes to me. Someone looking very strange, and yet quite like ourselves, comes to me. He tells me not to mind the change, that it is best for all and that I shall be happy in this land.
“I am very confused. I think I am taken prisoner. Then he explains that there are no prisons or prisoners and I feel free again. He took me away and he told me to sleep. He touched my eyes and I sleep at once. When I wake he is still there and I am on Earth again in the occupied territory with Germans all round.
“I have come back to my body. I find it difficult to leave it.” (9)
S.Z. had a reason for being back in the ‘occupied territory’ around his body – his spirit guide took him to this location to help him complete his transition.
I’d want all the help I could get with this difficult phase of the transition, but you aren’t about to see me on the battlefield any time soon. Humanity’s ready for a new paradigm that embraces peace over war, and if the conscious public had a say in it, war would come to an end today.
S.Z. finishes his story, telling us that in the end, all he wanted to do was free himself from his bodily pain and finish the process.
“I see no colours, but my new friend is there too, and he talks to me, but I can’t see him well. They are doing something to my body. I am miserable so my friend tells me to think very hard of some place outside the war so I think very hard of the last time I see family life with you at H —.
“I see you all quite easily, and I wake you and you feel me near and you talk to me. I ask you to let me stay and just sit quietly in your house far from the battle until I can go on, and you say ‘Yes,’ so I stay. Now I begin to feel sleepy again. I am between the worlds. Help me to throw off this one and to go on.
“I want to go on – I want to go on – I think I can, please help me.” (10)
Clearly, S.Z. was ready to see what the world beyond had to offer him, and whatever it was, it wouldn’t feel nearly as painful or confining as the physical world, which his body was dying and suffering in.
It’s great that he was able to project his consciousness to a different location while he was still in the body, and as he did, his fourth-dimensional guides readied his body to release the silver cord and, thus, his spirit, into their realms, freeing him from the pain he was so immersed in before.
If I had a say in it, every soldier who passes on would experience a completely painless death that’s void of any fear or confusion. I’m sure plenty are able to, but others have to deal with ridiculous and potentially traumatic circumstances before they can greet the peace of the fourth dimension.
I’ll probably pick this discussion back up in another Spirit World Chronicles installment, but I’m happy with what we were able to cover so far. I’m obviously not thrilled that this subject has to come up, but it’s an interesting one and I think we’ll benefit from learning a little bit about it.
For me, the point of writing about this is to highlight the idea that even people who die in painful or traumatic ways are able to greet the peace and bliss of the realms beyond, and their pain and trauma don’t have to follow them into those realms.
They can liberate themselves from any pain or fear that would’ve otherwise kept them in a state of poor psychological and spiritual health, and they’re given all of the assistance they need with realizing what’s happened and thriving in the realms beyond, instead of falling into self-instated darkness.
There’s plenty more material out there about this subject, and we’ll examine it all in due time. Eventually, we’ll all be back in a purer state of consciousness, and when we are, we can look back on our experiences with love and appreciation for everything we went through – the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Wes Annac – Realizing that our guides are there for us when we pass on, no matter the circumstances.
- Air Chief Marshal Lord Dowding, Many Mansions. (London, etc.: Rider and Co., n.d.), 31.
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