No “Five Indigenous Nations”

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By Anna von Reitz

Once again, I am getting blow-back from “Native Groups” that claim they represent “Five Indigenous Nations” of Mankind. 
 
This is a lie. 
 
Or should I say, another lie? 
 
“Nations” are an arbitrary conceptualization that takes the truth of the individual being, and makes it part of something else, a group.  This is the First Unlawful Conversion — taking a unique being and trying to lump it in with all and any similar creations, based on external appearances such as race, language, etc. 
 
People sometimes try to accuse me of being “racist” but this is impossible, because I consider each and every one of us as a totally unique being.  I don’t see such groups or think of people in this way, so I don’t commit these mistakes — also known as sins. 
 
The whole idea of nations is illusory and incorrect.  All that exists is the individual — me and you, or as Martin Buber put it, “I and Thou”.  
 
Now that we dispensed with that silliness, let’s take on another one. 
 
Corporations. 
 
Corporations are similarly imaginary. 
 
They don’t actually exist or have any validity in Nature. 
 
Go out in the forest and find me a corporation.  Go on, I double-dog dare you to find one sprouting out of the ground.  
 
Instead, they sprout out of our imaginations and our willingness to suspend belief and accept the existence of illusory concepts as if they were real. 
 
Here’s another example: time. 
 
Time doesn’t exist, either.  I could go on and on and on and on….. but I won’t.  I have stimulated your grey cells to look around and observe what actually is, versus what people subscribe to as part of their generalized mass delusion. 
 
The take-home message for humanity?  Our imagination is a great and powerful gift, but it can be a curse, if we do not learn to closely observe it, realize when we are using it, and have sense enough to bring ourselves back into alignment with what is actually true. 
 
A daydream can give rise to beautiful things and new inventions, but we still have to have presence of mind to realize the difference between fact and fiction. 
 
There are actually five different humanoid body types that have been developed here, and each one derives from a different reptilian brain-stem: turtle, snake, fish, lizard, and amphibian. 
 
In addition to the five so-called indigenous humanoid body types, there are approximately four thousand (4,000) seraphim or dragon brain-stem bodies alive on Earth.  They are not indigenous to Earth and derive from the Sirius B Star System.  Their brain-stem derives from still other reptilian ancestors that existed billions of years ago. 
 
So, in a sense, our bodies and especially our autonomic systems and basic brain functions are all “reptilian” in origin, and the only difference is what type of reptilian we are individually derived from.  
 
Doubt me?  Take out a strong magnifying glass and look at your scaly skin cells.  Yes, your skin cells are modified scales, just like the scales on a lizard, snake, fish….. 
 
These are not five “nations”.  These are five different body types, all derived from slightly different reptilian genetic code. Why can’t we just honor this? Accept it and move on…. 
 
We have been given great blessings  and gifts of consciousness and natural health and joy and creativity.  Our only job is to take care of this planet and each other.  Our only limit is our own ability and willingness to accept the truth, and our only challenge is to learn to tell the difference between what is real and what is unreal.  
 
As Clif High says, “Hello, Humans….”  
 
Realize that you are not your bodies and you not the names and labels other people have given you. You are a living breathing consciousness robed in flesh, each one utterly unique, the end result to date of your own process of becoming—-there is not now and never shall be anyone or anything exactly like you.  So celebrate the miracle of you and be glad. 
 
When, for convenience sake, or to organize ourselves to do work (hopefully all related to our actual job — that is, taking care of the planet and each other) — we create such mental constructs as time, nations, or corporations — be aware that these are just mental tools that help us organize things. They aren’t real and they are owed no particular respect.