Coronavirus: The Metaphysical Explanation

In the last few weeks, the world has experienced an epidemy of a new type of flu virus. Apart from all the scientific data and how and why that particular virus is spreading all over the world, I will suggest the reader to follow me on identifying the spiritual reasons for such a terrifying event. I will also keep myself short, as this subject would produce material for a whole book.

The planet is currently going through a major frequency shift. This shift of frequency goes along with the wobbly movement of the equinoxes, which every 2160 years causes the Earth to perceive the Sun standing before a different constellation.
In the past astrological era, Pisces, the world was too interested in patriarchal religions, hierarchies, illusion, submission, and individual needs, which have made us a society focused on greed and lies. On many times, these would emerge in the form of prejudice and the urge of one to have enemies.
The world now needs to change, and the frequency of Aquarius needs to replace that of Pisces. For that to happen, the collective-minds should adapt to a new reality. The time is of transition, we are neither in Pisces nor in Aquarius, we are on a bridge between the two eras. We can still feel Pisces, but we know Aquarius is approaching – in large strides.
But… what about the flu? We, as a society, are used to thinking “them people”. A typical separation of us from the others who suffer. We are used to seeing every other person as a distant being. Better, a distant number. How many people died in such a catastrophe in Malaysia? How many people died in the war in Syria? How many people are dying from the flu in China?

This virus emerged to demonstrate that people are not separated. That we are more linked than we were made believe.
The exodus from Syria to Europe? Maybe the locals will shift their minds when it comes to ignoring wars happening in other countries. Fires consuming the Amazon? Maybe the locals will shift their minds with regards to animal agriculture as something sustainable. Fires destroying a big chunk of Australia? Maybe the locals will shift their minds regarding global warming. Venice flooded? Maybe the locals will encourage their government to adopt environmentally friendly growth. Flu in China? Maybe the locals and the citizens of every other country where the virus spreads to will finally realize people are all connected. And if that virus can spread everywhere from one person, imagine if the same would happen with an emotion, like anger, or perhaps love.

Just so we all know, that epidemy is soon going to be curbed and the world will see itself free from it, however, a lesson which is not learned tends to come back again.
Every systemic occurrence happening in the world is coming to make our minds shift, our paradigm shift. Even if it is about a small shift. That small shift is enough to make the Earth a new planet of regeneration – ready to embrace the era of Aquarius.

How emotions go from brain patterns to physical disease?

Meridians are the channels where the ‘chi’ or ‘vital energy’ travel through. The chakras are the centre-points that puts these etheric fluids in movement. Understanding how diseases emerge in the brain (thought and emotion) may help us identify where the vital energy is lacking or maybe where it is clogged up.

Nervous system connects all teeth to the brain.

If we study our body’s nervous system we will find out that every organ, every tissue and every other of our biological systems are connected to our brain. The nervous system is like a network that relays messages back and forth from the brain to different parts of the body.

Our brains do this via the spinal cord, which spans from the brain down through our back. It contains threadlike nerves that branch out to every organ.

Well, in our brains we can also find several regions responsible for every particular emotion (not just that big territory called “limbic system”, which is a very general name. Talking about limbic system when we want to talk about a very particular emotion is like saying “Europe” when we want to emphasise “Paris”).

The limbic system deals with emotions and memory. It also reinforces behaviour.

In psychology 6 main emotions are said to be the main ones, whereas other emotions are branches or combinations of those six.

For instance, fear activates the bilateral amygdala, the hypothalamus and areas of the left frontal cortex. This involves thinking (frontal cortex), a “gut” feeling (amygdala) and a sense of urgency typically associated with survival (the hypothalamus.)

So when you feel an emotion, the specific parts of the brain responsible for that emotion are activated.

When a message comes into the brain from anywhere in the body (or from the brain itself – in the case of an physiologic emotion-response) the brain tells the body how to react. For example, if you touch a hot pan, the nerves in your skin send a message of pain to your brain. Your brain then sends a message back telling the muscles in your hand to pull away. Luckily, this neurological relay race happens in an instant.

But what happens when the pain is not physical, but emotional? What is the brain going to do to get you to make that pain stop?

The specific, microscopic region of your brain which is responding to a certain emotion is also directly connected to, say, your liver. Yes! Remember that every organ is connected to the brain? Not only the voluntary reactions are going to have an answer, the involuntary ones will also be addressed by your brain!

So… that area of our brain where a certain emotion promotes a reaction is the same area that connects directly to, say, your liver! Bang!

Similar paths are taken by vital, etheric energies – which is a current of (mostly) neutrinos and bosons.

Let’s say your liver has a problem. How can we spot the root cause of that problem? I said root, primary cause!

Let’s travel via the meridians (or nerve links if you prefer) and get to the other end of the line, that particular part of the brain. We are going to find out what types of emotions that particular part of your brain has been activated to whenever you have that particular emotion. BINGO!

Now we can trace the metaphysical reason for that disease, can’t we?

Let’s come back to the meridians now.

The meridians will definitively redirect those emotions (activated in the brain) and carry them to your liver (the other end of the line). Your liver will start behaving accordingly to what your brain is saying. Have you been too angry? Have you been too submissive? Well, your liver will know… because so does your brain – which is the other end of the line.

Meridians are “rivers” transporting etheric fluids in a current-like. So, next time you experience an illness, ask your brain what emotions caused them. And next time you have an emotion, ask your brain where is that emotion going to hit next.

Psychologist or Spiritual Therapist

The emotional hindrances we face today may be the result of traumas acquired in our childhood or simply traumatic episodes throughout a whole life.
So, why do some people seek spiritual therapies when the problem can be explained by a psychologist?
One of the keys to understanding an emotional disturbance is to verify the root – the starting point – that caused the emotional imbalance to occur.
In my book The Supernatural Science: Theory and Magic I explain that we are a combination of factors, and that all of those factors see eye to eye with one another. We are what we speak, we are what we eat, we are what we think, we are our genetic code, we are our zodiac star sign, we are life events we been through and the list goes on. And again, all of these reasons are true and they agree with each other, better! – they complement each other.


But let’s answer the question: Why do people seek spiritual therapies (or spiritual rituals) to fix emotions that might have been generated by their lifestyle, DNA or childhood traumas?
We are, in a physical way, the ultimate reflection of our spirit and everything it acquired in previous lives.
We are the physical manifestation of part of our conciousness, so it is logical that our earthly habits, genes and event patters will justify the escence of our spirit. We come into this time-space-reality to a body that matches our escence, and we will perform the emotional patterns our spirit used to in another life. We will also put ourselves in situations that mirror what a past-life trauma did, as again, we bring the same imbalanced model we experienced in previous lives.
Not all emotional problems we have today are native of a previous life, however, I need to point that we will REPEAT the patters from a previous life, so even though you might have started an arduos habit or was born with less serotonin receptors, remember that your body was the perfect match to the very escence your spirit had.
Fixing the root cause – that primary emotional incident – will reverberate in a domino effect, helping your current life find relief and more importantly, emotional balance.
Tools? Past life regression, apometry, theta healing, NLP…

The Numbers of our Names


Each spoken number (as well as each word or name) has a sound vibration and a minuscule negative mass, which when heard, triggers a type of brain activity in certain areas of the human personality.

The vibrational (and sound) principle of an emanated number or word is configured by the consciousness. The consciousness thinks and this electrical energy passes to the mind in the perispirit. This virtual body then sends the wave thought to the pineal gland, so this holographic wave resonates with the apatite crystals present in the gland, which has its distinct crystal arrangements. These crystal convert the wave to the wavelength that the brain reads through the synapses of neurons. Neural networks send the (diminished) wave to a language processor called the Wernicke Area, which computes the information, redirects it to the prefrontal lobe, brings it back to the Wernicke Core, and it shapes the word into the motor system.

The word is spoken and spreads throughout the environment. The listener absorbs that word into their auricle. It runs through the outer ear canal, shakes the eardrum, which causes the anvil to hit the stirrup and a fluid called endolymph, and then enters the labyrinth where there are cilia (which are auditory nerves). That wave, which was electric before it was spoken, is now mechanical. The wave goes to the occipital lobe, then to the processor – which is the Wernicke Core, reaches the prefrontal cortex and we assimilate the wave of words (and spoken numbers).

By listening to, reading, or remembering certain numbers or words and names, we are intrinsically activating areas in our brains responsible for various emotions and behaviors, which have previously been activated with words of the same emotional significance. This because each sound actiivates a different emotion connected to that sound. Dound – according to the brain – is an amalgamation of notes and tones, so each name or general word can be cclassified as a tiny “song” that triggers a certain emotion like a song would do.

Reicanarting again?

Reincarnation is a process where the universe expands itself through souls, whose experiences are gathered via multiple existences in the 3rd dimension.


All of the souls that exist, which includes all complex souls of bugs, bacteria (and even the etheric halos of plants, as well as the electromagnetic fields of stones) comes into a time-space reality which helps them evolve as higher consciousnesses. “Evolving” in this case means acquiring information, dominating primitive senses intellectually and more importantly – learning to love – which means treating themselves and others with compassion, care and gratitude.
Not all souls nor a complex electromagnetic field needs reaching that stage in one life-time. It usually takes millions of years, and it goes pretty much alongside the evolution of species and the metric expansion of the
universe.
Let’s understand reincarnation as a mobile sim card (or an internet cloud account) that you still keep even though you are changing the physical device.
In many kingdoms reincarnation happens spontaneously, whereas in the human one it occurs depending on self will and affinity. The souls choose to reincarnate, as they desire to expand their abilities to penetrate different parts of the universe as well as to generally “feel” better – since the hindering of the expansion of the universe causes a type natural friction in someone’s existence.
Reincarnation is not an infinite process, which means once certain degree of expansion is reached, the soul may choose to remain in the astral world minding other affairs such as learning, helping spirits and/or mentoring incarnated souls. .

Metaphysics of Pumpkins

We all know that pumpkins are used to make jack o’lanterns at Halloween. We also know that according to Irish myth, people would carve demonic faces in turnips to frighten away Stingy Jack – a man who tricked the devil and then was denied entry in to both hell and heaven, and thus was sentenced to roam the Earth forevermore.

Originally, in Ireland, where Halloween in fact has its origins and is called Samhain (sow-in) in Irish Gaelic – meaning ‘summer’s end’ – the Celtic new year; turnips were in fact used to create such aforementioned lanterns, not pumpkins. The tradition soon reached the American continent – where pumpkins are native to – and eventually became the biggest symbol of halloween that we internationally recognise today.

Now, let’s just assume these myths were based upon warding off general evil – why would the pumpkin become such a massive metaphysical protective tool?
In afro-Brazilian native myths, Oya escaped from her enemies after hiding amongst a pumpkin crop, which fooled her counterparts. Oya, then overwhelmed by gratitude, decided to never eat pumpkins again.

Behind all myths lie a real metaphysical explanation. Myths are ways of passing on knowledge.

Pumpkins are energetically associated with lack of direction and confusion. Their frequency could confuse people’s (or spirits) minds when they find themselves in a vibrational state of focusing in one single direction in order to achieve something.
Pumpkins are great for spreading thoughts of creativity too, but it may likewise have its negative powers activated when used in the wrong way or by a person in the state we have just mentioned.

Could one culture’s myth explain the other? How come two very different cultures manage to believe pumpkins are of great way of tricking bad spirits?

Do you self-sabotage?

Self sabotage is when we are about to achieve something or change for better and then a contrary thought/emotion/action drives us away from the possibility of growth.

Self-sabotage is a defence tool produced by our brains.

An example could be a worker, who is about to get a promotion (and who is aware of that) and then misconduct or suddenly quits after a petty reason.

Ultimately, self-sabotage is a protection tool generated in the brain, as the brain makes sure we don’t “move on” – which would consequently put our current comfort zone in risk. In other words, our brain is trying to defend us from danger of the “unknown” and very likely from dying (all according to neuropsychology!).

So instead of guessing that your self-sabotage is something that you have to avoid “doing”, exterminate from your life or keep on policing yourself all the time, understand why is your brain using such (protective) tool.

Why is your brain trying to keep you from moving to the next step?

If you get that job promotion, do you think you would have to work more, thus risking your ability to relax more?

Is your professional growth likely to bring in more worry on how to balance personal life and work life?

Is the destruction of an early relationship going to save you from being abandoned again?

Is loosing your mobile phone preventing you from speaking to someone you don’t want to?

Heal the cause that is activating your self-sabotage. And remember that self-sabotage is an unconscious protective tool.