Regarding the assemblage point, what exactly does it assemble and how does it work? Does it correspond to us, or do we correspond to it? What would it be like if we didn't have one?
The six etheric bodies of man plus the physical one add up to seven. So when we refer to the seventh body of man, it means that the physical body is number one.
The seventh body of man consists of trillions of light fibers radiating out from the navel area. Each light fiber represents, and contains, the information pertaining to a specific, unique being that belongs to a specific specie. A cluster of fibers represents a specie. For instance, a cluster of fibers represents the animal kingdom (mystics that work with shape shifting refer to this cluster as, 'the band of the beast').
The assemblage point is a brightly lit area – about the size of a grapefruit – that illuminates a specific set of fibers. In the case of humans, it would illuminate the fibers that represent the human kingdom. That means that person would be in the same reality as other humans and would behave as a human would. There may be slightly shifted positions within the cluster of humanity that is unique to each person (this accounts for different appearances and preferences and perspectives).
Mind altering substances (including some medications) push the assemblage point downwards, creating depression as an after effect. Enlightening experiences shift the assemblage point slightly upwards and to the left. The usual position for humans, of the assemblage point, is about an arm's length behind him or her, directly behind the heart.
When a human parents a child, a black spot forms in the grapefruit-sized ball of light (the assemblage point), because of hereditary traits and energy the parents bestow on the child.
Mystics can disappear from others' sight and from their presence by shifting the assemblage point and maintaining that shift (something that can only be done if the dialog of the mind has been silenced). When mystics do this, they find themselves in an entirely different reality — they "assemble" a different reality — even though they may still be in the band of man (in the human cluster of fibers).
Without the assemblage point there would be no self-awareness (which is madness).
Lynette Ruest says
This references humans. Does the explanation also include OO's or is the assemblage point different for us?
Ekaterina Kapotova says
Are the mood swings accompanied by slight shifts of the assemblage point or it only shifts from relatively strong influences?
Vanessa Power says
Thankyou for the deep explanation Almine ,
and to Rogier for posting
Okay. Thank you for this expanded explanation.