Who Am I? (Part Two)
I've been asked by one from Indian descent:
If we are Gods then who are all these Indian Gods?
For our answer, we return again to our analogy of the shattered mirror. If one were to divide and sort the smaller mirror fragments to one side, they would represent humans and human gods. (The slightly larger of this group of smaller fragments are the human gods that reflect slightly more of the Infinite's face than the other small fragments.) If we sort out the far fewer large pieces of mirror that reflect larger parts of the Infinite's face, those would be the Original Ones — the race of gods among men.
The Seer's Note on The Original Ones Being a Different Race Than Man
Whenever a piece of mirror tries to reflect more of the Infinite's light than what it's capable of, it shatters. For this reason, the Original Ones – the gods among men – have more evolved DNA with additional non-physical strands. In other words, they are – by definition – a different race that is capable of reflecting greater light.
Not being familiar with the Indian gods other than Krishna (who was one of several revered gods of humans who had once visited me in the previous home I had lived in) I asked the Angelgod who they were. What was their origin? He said that some were highly evolved humans, a few were in fact starseeds, and one or two were Original Ones.
To be continued...