THE ARTISTIC PLANE
Could there be much more to describe?
We have mentioned heaven/Summerland and hell.
We have mentioned the oneness plane and the plane that has no personality.
In other works, we have mentioned the many educational areas and we have talked about spirit guides, some of which are human as you and we are and some who have become angels.
In another work we described the incredibly difficult and painful process – emotionally painful that is – that a person has to go through to become angelic.
And yet the upper 4th contains many more areas for development, for exploration and for us to describe.
We cannot, unfortunately, describe all these areas for a variety of reasons, the main obstacle being that there are areas that are so bizarre that we could not describe them and even if we could, you would not understand.
God’s Kingdom is, indeed, vast and complex.
We will admit that there are areas that even we do not know about or cannot match our frequencies to and, thus, these areas remain out of our reach.
However, there are still areas or landscapes that we can visit and, thus, can describe to you.
One such area is the next one we wish to portray to you.
It is a rather strange area or landscape because it concerns a part of the human psyche that we might or might not be aware of and that is the desire to produce works of art.
Now, this may sound strange, but if one traces humanity back to the point that they start to be aware that they have creative power – and we are referring to children here – a part of them awakens that contains the desire to create a place, a space if you wish, that satisfies their creative desire.
This may not seem at all obvious today and we are sorry to say that modern computer games are having a negative effect on this creative desire.
Before this modern era, it was common for children to sit down, draw something and proudly show their drawing to their parents who were expected to congratulate warmly the child. That is the beginning of the connection to the area we wish to describe.
We wish you to note that in this chapter and the previous one, although there are areas within the upper 4th that can also link to people incarnate because, although incarnate in the 6th dimension, nevertheless, you always retain a connection to your home in the upper 4th and thus can incorporate some of these landscapes into your “physical” life on Earth.
So, we become this mixture of the personalities that we decided to incorporate into our psyche before incarnation plus, sometimes, areas that we might have felt ourselves in harmony with during our journey around the heavenly spheres before incarnating.
There is nothing wrong with this because we are all quite complex beings and thus have multiple facets to our personality.
Therefore, many of us are born with this desire to stand out from the crowd by producing works that are directly ascribed to us and to no one else.
That is why a child proudly shows his latest drawing or model that he might have constructed or little clay statue.
It can be almost anything but it is the desire to create an individual, unique object that is behind this and that comes from an area in the higher 4th that explores this concept.
We will also mention at this point that, although virtually all people incarnate with that desire present in their personality, the family into which people are born can affect the development of this aspect.
Some lucky children are born into families in which the parents, or schools, actively encourage their children to develop their artistic talents and provide their offspring with the materials necessary to explore their artistic desires.
There are other families that the parents have no artistic desires and thus do not encourage their children.
Then there are cases, in some poor places, in which children have to work to help provide financially to the family and thus do not have the opportunity to develop any artistic desires.
This was explored in a poem by a poet, Thomas Gray (1716-1771), in which he sat in a graveyard and wondered if the people buried there, under other circumstances, would have made more of their lives. The poem is entitled ‘Elegy written in a country churchyard’. He, clearly, had a privileged upbringing in which he could develop his poetic skills and, from that vantage point, was able to appreciate that poor people had to devote their lives to working, raising their families and surviving.
It is an excellent poem and is a tribute to a great poet and also to the countless people who suppressed any artistic desires in order to feed their families.
Anyone interested in this chapter would do well to read that poem because it describes exactly the plight of talented people who, because of poverty, will never be able to express their talents.
Lastly, we mentioned modern children who, instead of exploring their artistic talents just play computer games. This has been deliberately created by evil people to stifle young people’s desire to create art. It is a brainwashing technique to keep this and future generations in a moribund state, mindless slaves, because the creative plane is vital in creating lively, thinking individuals.
The desire to create is a fundamental aspect of humanity.
It is what separates us from animals.
It is what has enabled humanity to develop to the point that it has.
Without this creative plane, humanity would still be in the Stone Age.
Thus, we strongly advise that all people, particularly parents, turn off the TV’s and create works of art in their spare time.
We are not suggesting that people should try to become great artists but we are suggesting that using creative aspects of personality will bring happiness into people’s lives more than watching TV or playing computer games.
Let us return to the upper 4th (which we will return to calling the 4th) and see what it is like to enter this important plane.
We must explain something at this point.
Some areas of the 4th are actually solid, physical areas landscapes, such as the levels of hell/Summerland/heaven and people can live in these areas, and many do.
But, due to the nature of the 4th, other areas are more just thought created places. Areas of vibration, of frequency where there is nothing physical to see but one enters by adjusting one’s frequency to the appropriate area.
There is really nothing on Earth that we can use as an example so we hope that you will just accept our word that these areas exist.
This is the third such area we have mentioned. The first being the oneness plane, the second the non-personality plane and the third, this one, the artistic plane.
Obviously, there are many others.
The rather special feature of these non-physical areas is that they also link to personalities, via DNA, and so they serve a dual purpose. They can be areas one visits out of interest or curiosity but they are also areas that can assist man in his development either in incarnation or through the non-physical dimensions.
Imagine the void in many domains that would be if people did not have the desire to create works of art: no paintings, no sculptures, no books, no architecture, no gardens etc. Life would be very primitive.
Indeed, early caveman explored art and created beautiful paintings on rock walls.
That art plane already existed all those years ago and was influencing primitive man.
People are still influenced today in many domains. We will say that there is not one aspect of life and industry that does not have, behind the scenes, skilled people linking with the art plane to produce all that we see around us.
Do not think that art does not exist in the 4th. It does. Our libraries are full of books and poetry all created by artists in the 4th.
Therefore, to visit these non-physical areas it is a question of learning the frequency of the required area.
This would not be possible on one’s own because one needs a teacher who knows of the frequency and is able to teach a student the technique for aligning to that frequency.
Who the first person was that discovered these frequencies we don’t know. His or her name is lost in the mists of time but we can say that the technique has been handed down to teachers of this day and will go on being handed down.
Therefore, it is interesting that these areas existed but, we assume, were not known about until someone, somehow, discovered them and then brought them to the attention of interested students. Then, of course, the techniques for entering these areas was handed on ever since.
It begs the question, of course, are there other areas in the 4th that have not yet been discovered?
Obviously, we cannot answer that question but it would not surprise us if there were.
But to return to the subject of this chapter about the artistic plane.
We have mentioned some things about it and have said that it is quite important in the advancement of mankind.
We wish to explore this area a little more although, due to the fact that it is a non-visible area and due to the fact that it is also connected to personality, somewhat limits what we can say about it.
However, let us try.
Now, in these other areas that we previously described, as we entered them, we instantly were filled with the subject of that area. In other words, in the oneness area we were filled with all that existed in that area. In the non-personality area, we were filled with the feeling of non-personality.
This area is slightly different.
We are not filled with every artistic creation ever thought about. But we are filled with an overwhelming desire to create something.
What that something is, is not defined.
It is just the desire to create and the area leaves to us just what we might create.
This, of course, implies that there is a part of us that deals with creating works of imagination, whatever form that creation might take.
However, we will deal with that area later.
Our interest is the area in the 4th that promotes the concept of creation.
As you can imagine, this is not going to be easy to explain as it is one of the invisible areas and thus there is nothing to see, nothing that we can describe in any meaningful fashion. But this area does exist.
We have mentioned that there are often links between the various dimensions and we have further mentioned that DNA plays a role linking parts together.
But, in the case of the artistic plane it starts in the 4th and waits patiently for people to learn to link with it.
In the case of the student of esoterism he has to learn to locate and develop the correct frequency. Then he finds that he can link with that area.
The feeling of linking with the artistic creation area is strange in that it creates almost a feeling of irritation. Anyone who has gone through the intense desire to create something; a work of literature, a painting or any other original or fairly original work will understand the feeling we are trying to describe.
If we were to try to describe it in physical terms, we might feel an itch on the body or a disturbance of the mind and this would continue until the project is clearly defined and then the mind can get on with producing the work which will be achieved with the help of the brain.
So, when we enter this area of the 4th, we are filled with this intense desire to create something, made worse by the fact that we have not decided to create anything. We just have the intense desire.
This is an uncomfortable feeling and one can feel sympathy with the lucky ones that have never had the desire to create anything. For the rest of us, that feeling is well known.
We also understand that for very creative people this feeling can become overwhelming and it is not unknown for some of them to turn to alcohol, drugs, self-mutilation or even suicide to relieve or remove the symptoms.
For those who have finished their incarnations and are now in heaven, the same emotions are felt but we receive special training to be able to create without suffering. For those of you in incarnation who are highly creative, no such training exists. Perhaps, in the future it will become available.
So, what happens is that a creative person is suddenly hit, if we may use that word, with an idea that he feels he must bring into reality – physicality.
The idea, of course, comes from his ID, which is considered to be the personal aspect of who he is: the man looking back in the mirror.
This person, being creative, will tend to be fairly expert in a subject.
This may be almost anything; art in some form or science, philosophy, architecture or any creative skill.
At that point he knows that he cannot rest until he has brought into the light of day that which he imagines in the various aspects of him that are concerned with creation.
This would include his ID, as we mentioned, his higher self, the imagination plane, his mind, his brain and a number of aspects of DNA.
All the while, part of his imagination is in connection with the aspect of the artistic section of the higher 4th which is pouring into him this desire to create.
Thus, in answer to this call, he cannot rest until he has satisfied this urging by creating something.
What area he creates in is decided by his personality so it might be almost anything, any of the multitude of objects, works of art, buildings, chemical processes and on and on that people are involved with.
Virtually everything that exists since the dawns of time have been created by this process because the higher 4th, complete with all its areas – or most of them – has been in existence since the beginning of life on Earth, pushing all life; animal, vegetable, mineral or human to create.
Without this desire to create, all life would be static.
It is true that minerals show no desire to create although you would be surprised to learn that the desire to create is available to them.
Most animals are much the same although some of the higher primates could and do invent to a limited extent.
So, it is left largely to man to make use of the creation area although it is open to all life if it becomes advanced enough to desire to create.
So it is largely thanks to humanity that we have all that we see around us including a few buildings and artifacts left over from previous epochs before the latest elimination level event (ELE) wiped the populations out and life had to start again.
It is interesting that there are quite a variety of artifacts remaining from previous epochs dating from basic work tools that often bear a remarkable similarity to basic work tools used today up to magnificent works of art that people would be hard pressed to produce today.
Of course, many of them are classed as ‘anomalies’ and are hidden in the storage areas of museums.
However, some are on display and anyone with any psychic abilities developed can link with the people of long ago who produced these anomalies and can appreciate the work of these gifted and talented people from so long ago.
So, it is interesting to note how history tends to repeat itself and the same or similar artifacts are reinvented.
We can easily discover why. In the case of primitive tools; hammers, chisels etc, these are basic tools without which almost nothing could be created.
In the case of a hammer or striking implement we can safely say that it was probably the first implement ever to be invented.
After that came cutting implements; chisels, knives etc, and then, gradually, more sophisticated tools were invented.
But look in almost any workman’s toolbox today and you will find hammers and cutting tools.
Primitive cavemen had stone hammers and stone cutting implements which gives some idea of the importance of these basic tools.
So, we can be sure that however far back in the history of mankind we trawl we will find hammers and cutting tools being manufactured.
But the original idea was and is contained in the plane of artistic invention found in the upper 4th dimension.
From these basic inventions all that exists today spring. There is virtually no creation that we can find in the civilized world that does not, at some point, need the use of striking or cutting tools.
For instance, to make a painting it is necessary to create a foundation material; paper, or whatever, on which to paint and that requires cutting and hammering fibers. Then the paint pigments must be crushed into a powder.
The brushes require the use of basic tools in order to create them.
Finally, if a frame made of wood is to be made, cutting tools are required from the moment of chopping the tree down to the manufacturer of the pieces of the frame.
So, you can see that without the basic tools we mentioned there would be no paintings, no statues either for that matter.
And it all starts in this amazing area of the 4th dimension – the artistic plane.
Having given a brief overview of that area let us see what more we can explain to you.
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