💤 Deeper Messages In Dreams

After watching this I was curious about Matt LaCroix’s history. He seems to have delved deep into a lot of the ancient civilizations. He is very articulate… some of the topics he covers seem complex. Glad there are people like him pushing to expand the knowledge about early civilizations.

Here is what I found about him, might check out one of his books down the road:


Matt LaCroix’s journey as an author and researcher in the field of ancient civilizations and esoteric teachings began after college. He published his first major book, “The Illusion of Us,” at the age of 32, which reflects his extensive research into the past, human origins, the gods of antiquity, and consciousness. This book marked a significant point in his career, laying the foundation for his future work. In 2019, LaCroix released his second book, “The Stage of Time,” which delved into ancient texts, evidence for lost civilizations, spiritual wisdom, and theoretical physics. His third major book, “The Epic of Humanity,” co-written with Billy Carson, came out in 2022 and focused on the human story, the timeline of lost civilizations, and ancient catastrophes. LaCroix has appeared on shows like “Ancient Civilizations” on Gaia and “The UnXplained” on the History Channel, and hosted “Mystery School of Truth” on 4Biddenknowledge TV. He has also been a guest on numerous podcasts and radio shows [❞] [❞].


Interesting interview, thank you for sharing.

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Thats a n important point.

Maybe representing peace in the middle east? Its been achieved once before, it can happen again.

At church on Christmas the paster made note of how much dischord and disharmony had manifested in the world over the past 3 years with 2 Wars.

Perhaps this is the crucifixion of one or both of those wars in the next year or 2?

Who knows.

The fact that the cross overlooks a possible city or civilization is worth noting as well.

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@mbready
Thank you for sharing that information about Matthew Lacroix, he definitely looks to be someone to follow his future discoveries. Since i watched this video earlier i noticed a strong energy around me to do more research.

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Im currently having a lot of formless Beings clairaudient messages. Comforting to hear Andrew speak of believing in them.

0:37 “If you believe in wisdom entities and forces bigger than yourself”

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Very helpful video thank you

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“Predicting the near future is vital in guiding behavior and is a key component of theories of perception, language processing and learning, says Jeffrey M. Zacks, PhD, WUSTL associate professor of psychology in Arts & Sciences and lead author of a paper on the study in a forthcoming issue of the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.”

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uau… I love the example of “when you are putting your head on the pillow, imagine that you are putting the head on the lap of your teacher”
I’m gonna do that tonight…
thank you beloved :pray:t3:

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Very curious to hear about your results. Might take a few nights of incubation, but I think with your skill level you will be highly rewarded in the very near future

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Yes, I will do it for several nights, with no expectation… just pure delight of imagining being in the lap of Jesus and receiving his love… :heart_eyes:

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Now you got me wanting to try this with Him.

Also want to try it with his friends:
Buddha
Padmasambhava
Muhammad
Amitabha
Shiva
The Great Spirit

:star_struck:

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yesterday I received several kisses from Jesus… one of them on my third eye… what a delight… there’s a whole “band” with him:
A mermaid
Yemanja
Quan Yin
the stallions of Sintra
Solimar
Children
the Sun
the Moon
Sirius
(this is my sphere of Love and Protection being built since December 2022 - inspired by the workshop I did with Charlie Morley)
sometimes also Chrysomalus, Wonder Woman and Hator appear, but the fix ones are the above.

but Jesus is the one I chose for being on his lap…

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This is so cool. I think the symbolism is pretty self explanitory, no? Love opens the heartm and I also think the purest forms of love and compassion (Christ love) opens the 3rd eye and crown.

Cool to see ‘Solomon’ made an appearnace :star_struck:

Have not heard of them.

I was so happy when I read this! So impressive that you were able to have success so fast with the incubation techniques! Very inspirational!

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I’m not sure I was clear on the part of being kissed by Jesus… this was in my imagination in the awake state, I did not dream with him.

where attention goes… energy follows… :rose:

replying to another comment on another topic:
witch in its origin meaning is “wise woman” :dolphin: I like the word :heart_eyes: also magician and/or mage :heart_eyes:

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I’m not sure I was clear on the part of being kissed by Jesus… this was in my imagination in the awake state, I did not dream with him.
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My bad, I thought this was the dream you had.

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Sorceress and witch have some really negative connotations in the US, and understandably so, I think some peopole abuse these powers for evil, rather than using it for good.

I think Opened or Connected or Limitless woman would be very fitting too.

The ‘witches’ that use their talents to heal and help humanity I think are more enlightened than most realize, and have a deep connection to nature and the energies of the universe.

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As Dorothy in the “Wizard of Oz” asked, “Are you a good witch or a bad witch?” That is the important question. Witches and Wizards were basically just the old European version of shamanism. There are shamans all over the world who focus on healing and positive magick and those who engage in negative magick. One must ask if you are engaging with such powers and practices for the good of all? Or only for one’s own ego. If it’s the latter, then only bad karma will come of it.

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it’s so interesting that you replied to this today, when we are having this conversation:

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I think the term Shaman would fit to the good witches or Sorceresses/Sorcerers, but not so much to the bad ones.

But yes, I agree with the point you are making that the ones using their gifts for healing and good are on par with Shamans, Priests, and monks. These are deeply spiritual and holy people.

The ones using their powers for bad, or egoic desires, I would qualify as agents of the dark side, or the devil, and would not classify them as Shamans. (Like the Catholic priests that committed attrocities against children, these are not holy people)

When you manipulate the Spiritual world for evil, you are asking for some serious negative retributions.

Yes very cool synchronicity, I think you will like the convo there.

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It’s a matter of semantics re: the word “shaman.” The term was borrowed by anthropologists from a Siberian tribe to describe a type of indigenous healer that is found in traditional cultures all over the world. I would agree that most of them have positive motivation to help and heal people, but in some cultures, the same shamans who do healing work will also caste negative spells, steal souls, etc. I know folks who have spent time in the ayahuasca scene in South America. You have to be very careful about who you work with as some of the same ayahuasca shamans who do healing work will also do negative magic. Some of them get into shamanic battles and are throwing energetic darts back and forth at each other. I’ve also been around North American Natives quite a bit as well and have seen some things go on there as well. So in my experience, there can be a lot of gray area in shamanism and you have to be careful who you work with and what their motivations are. I’ve also seen some negative spell casting go on in the neo-pagan scene. Even the idea of putting a “love spell” on someone can be negative as it is trying to influence their free will.

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One of the best Twilight Zone episodes involved a man getting a “Love Spell” for free but after the experience of that slavish love had to pay through the nose for “The Antidote.”

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Fernando Namora was a Portuguese writer and doctor. In one of his books (“Retalhos da Vida de um Médico”, which in english is “Scraps of a Doctor’s Life” - published in 1949) he reveals some “shamanic” treatments that are just cruel and full of violence. This has given a really bad name to this practice, which is understandable.
What I see happening is that many people who also have good intentions, provoke damage to others, and this is part of our evolution here on earth.

The word “Shaman” in the Tungusic language from Siberia, means “The one who can see in the dark”, and I think is spot on, to be able to be in presence and seeing beyond all the illusions, masks and focus in what’s really important.

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