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This is a series of lessons that is intended to cover many of the aspects of Ascension.  These lessons will be taught by female Ascended Masters of various Orders.  Although all of these Masters are balanced in the male and female aspects of their personalities, these individuals have chosen to manifest female bodies during this time in the continuum of All That Is. Please join us for our weekly lessons.

The following lesson was given on September 26, 2007 by Ascended Master Lady Mary Magdalene: 


I am the one known as Mary Magdalene. 

Today I would like to talk more about Oneness, love and merging utilizing a few photos that I found on your Internet, as examples.

As I mentioned in my last lesson with you, I would like to suggest that you, in this Now, create the intent to experience merging and Oneness with All That Is while opening your heart and mind to concepts of Oneness that perhaps you haven't considered before.

As I have said many times, all things are alive;
all things have Souls or pieces of a larger Soul;
all things have consciousness of one form or level; and
the entire Universe or Cosmos is nothing more or less than

Having said that, I set before you the concept of love and merging different expressions of that love, in what one might call,
"Sex Or Intercourse Between Gods".

Let me explain.  I will keep it simple. 
My numbers and percentages have nothing to do with reality. 
They are just used as examples.

All Souls are a part of the Creator God who created the Universe,
approximately in the following manner:

First Creator God (Really Big Soul) of this Universe, gave birth to
or took pieces of ITself and created 10 Sub Gods.
(Let's say 1% each of CG's RB Soul, or 10% total.)
Creator God then instructed these Sub Gods to create 10 Galaxies each.

Next, the 10 Sub Gods, took 10% each
of their Souls and created 10 Galaxies, each Galaxy
to have 1% of the Sub God's individual Soul.
Each Galaxy was then instructed to create Solar Systems
in the same way.

Each Galaxy then takes 10% of Its Soul fragment
and gives birth to 10 Solar Systems with 1% Souls each.
Each Solar System then instructed to create Suns
in the same way.

Each Sun creates Planets;
Each Planet creates the Over-Souls of Its Inhabitants,
which each and every one of them have fragments of
Creator God's Really Big Soul at various levels of consciousness.
That is why you call Gaea/Gaia, Mother Earth.

Taking it one more obvious step, since you too have
a "spark of Creator God" within, you can create other beings, other yous
and I'm not talking about your children.  I'm talking about other yous living other lives at the same time as you are living this, your current life.

Now, as I said, this explanation is not 100& true, only about 98%,
but it is close enough for our purposes today.

Okay, we know now that Galaxies have Souls.  So, then it becomes obvious that Galaxies can interact...And, since they have a much bigger fragment of Creator God's Soul than a Solar System, for example, the amount of love that exists at that level is tremendous!

Now, let's say that one Spiral Galaxy spins clockwise and a neighboring one spins counter-clockwise, representing male and female energies.  Perhaps they converse and decide to get together.
When they collide, I prefer to say "merge", one thing Earth scientists and astrologers know for sure is that STARS ARE BORN.
Please note the Hubble photos below:

A Grazing Encounter Between two Spiral Galaxies

In the direction of the constellation Canis Major, two spiral galaxies pass by each other like majestic ships in the night. The near-collision has been caught in images taken by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope and its Wide Field Planetary Camera 2.
Credit: NASA/ESA and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI)

Next is self-explanatory.

   Photo Release - heic0615: Colliding Galaxies

Make love, Not war

17-Oct-2006: A new Hubble image of the Antennae galaxies is the sharpest yet of this merging pair of galaxies. As the two galaxies smash together, billions of stars are born, mostly in groups and clusters of stars. The brightest and most compact of these are called super star clusters.

Following along this same line, I believe the example below
proves that each Galaxy has a Soul.  The bright object on the left is a star from our Galaxy but the glowing object to its right, I believe is that Galaxy's Soul...better seen in the middle and last photo.

NICMOS finds a golden ring at the heart of a galaxy

The revived Near Infrared Camera and Multi-Object Spectrometer (NICMOS) aboard the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has penetrated the dusty disc of the 'edge-on' galaxy NGC 4013 and looked right into the galactic core. To the surprise of astronomers, NICMOS found a brilliant band-like structure, that may be a ring of newly formed stars [yellow band in middle photo] seen edge-on. In the visible-light view of the galaxy [top photo], the star-forming ring cannot be seen because it is embedded in dust. The most prominent feature in the visible-light image - taken by the Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2 (WFPC2) - is the thin, dark band of gas and dust, which is about 500 light-years thick.

NICMOS enables the Hubble telescope to see near-infrared wavelengths of light, so that it can penetrate the dust that obscures the inner hub of the galaxy. The ring-like structure seen by NICMOS encircles the core and is about 720 light-years wide, which is the typical size of most star-forming rings found in disc galaxies. The small ring is churning out stars at a rapid pace. The Milky Way Galaxy, for example, is more than 10 000 times larger than the ring. If the Milky Way produced stars at the same rate, it would be making 1000 times more stars a year. The human eye cannot see infrared light so colours have been assigned to correspond to near-infrared wavelengths. The blue light represents shorter near-infrared wavelengths and the red light corresponds to longer wavelengths. The ring-like structure is seen more clearly in the photo at bottom. This picture, taken with a filter sensitive to hydrogen, shows the glow of stars and gas. Astronomers used this information to calculate the rate of star formation in the ring-like structure.

The extremely bright star near the centre of each picture is a nearby foreground star belonging to our own Milky Way. Rings of developing stars are common in barred spiral galaxies, which have 'bars' of stars and gas slicing across their discs. The bars funnel gas to the galactic cores. However, gravitational disturbances near the cores cause gas to accumulate into a lane or a ring. The gas then condenses to form stars. Because NGC 4013 is seen edge-on, astronomers do not know whether a bar of gas or some other mechanism formed the ring-like structure. NGC 4013, which looks similar to our Milky Way Galaxy, resides in the constellation Ursa Major, 55 million light-years from Earth. The middle picture is a colour composite image that was made by combining photographs taken through J-band, H-band, and Paschen-alpha filters. The bottom picture was taken through the Paschen-alpha filter. The images were taken on 12 May 2002.

Credit: NICMOS images: NASA, ESA, the NICMOS Group (STScI, ESA) and the NICMOS Science Team (Univ. of Arizona). WFPC2 image: NASA, the Hubble Heritage Team STScI/AURA) and ESA.

As you can see from these examples, there is a great, synchronized Cosmic Dance going on which is controlled by a Cosmic Intelligence.  This Cosmic Intelligence will always go where it is needed.

May I suggest that when you next use the merging technique I gave you two weeks ago (9/12/07), that you study Hubble photos of merging Galaxies and imagine their Suns and Planets.  Notice all of the space between them, just as the cells of your own body have great space between them.  Thus you will experience the Quantum Effect of this and be reminded that we all are truly connected.  We truly are One!

After all, you are a mirror reflection of the Cosmos.

With these thoughts I leave you to ponder.  I am Mary Magdalene.

This may be shared freely as long as it remains in its entirety
and proper credit is given.  Thank you.

Dhyana Markley

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