We do not have to believe in reincarnation to benefit from this post or weblog. We only have to agree that present volitional actions have effects in the future. What we call our past history was once the future that was caused by previous “present” volitional actions.
Prologue: We are told that karma is carried from one lifetime to another and from one situation to another in this present lifetime. It’s much like passing the torch in a relay race. But what does karma actually look like “on the ground” in our daily lives? Put another way, what are the consequences of our past volitional actions when certain causes and conditions meet and certain seeds ripen in the present?
Based on my weblog page called Actual face of karma,what would the life of someone who is the present (fictional) incarnation of Queen Tiye (mother of Akhenaten), Queen of Sparta (aka Helen of Troy), Queen Jezebel, Cleopatra, St. Teresa of Avila and Sigmund Freud actually look like? In other words, what is the fruition of the karma (past volitional actions) of this portrait gallery of six historical figures in areas like money, sex, friendships, career, family etc.? To try to answer this question, I use diary entries like the one below.
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I, Rainbow Desert Flower, enter this into my private diary on the 05 th day of the month of December in the year 1970 CE. May it benefit all those who are trying to understand their own karmic package.
Over the last few years, there have been reports about the possible reasons that King Tutankhamun died at the age of 19. The latest was this past Tuedsay, February 16’10, one of which is entitled King Tut Mysteries Solved: Was Disabled, Malarial, and Inbred. It says that the young pharoah died of malaria and mentions that his father and mother were brother and sister. The diary entry below tells the real story…..
I am a slave in the court of Tutankhamun. Tumult in Egypt. Akenaten has disappeared. Tutankhaten (later changed to Tutankhamun to appease the priests of the old school), a physically disabled lad of nine or ten, came to the throne in 1333 B.C. His uncle, the High Priest Ay, is the power behind the throne and is plotting to have his nephew Tutankhamun murdered so he, Ay, could ascend the throne.
It happened this way:
Tutanhkamum’s mother, under pressure from her brother, the High Priest Ay, agrees to murder her son. How to do it? She notices that when her son reads a manuscript, he licks his thumb and then turns the page with the moistened thumb. Clever, nasty woman – she puts poison on the bottom of the pages of the manuscripts.
One day the pharoah, walking with the help of his golden canes, enters his library. Moistens thumb. Turns page with moistened thumb. Gets poison on thumb. Reads a page. Moistens thumb. Turns page with moistened thumb. Gets more poison on thumb. And the cycle begins again.
This murder took place circa 1324 B.C. to the best of my recollection.
This of course does not mean that the king didn’t have diseases like malaria.
I’m just saying that he was also poisoned. I was there. I saw it. Slaves are considered to be “sub human.” Useful, but not of any consequence in the order of things. Almost invisible. I used that “invisibility” and learned the truth in the case I just described.
I also use my “invisibility” another time….the latest report states that Tutankamun’s mother and father were brother and sister. Not by my recollection! His father was the pharoah Akenaten. And his mother? Queen Tiye, mother of Akenaten, and therefore Tutankamun’s grandmother as well. During some periods in ancient Egypt, incest was practiced by the royal families. This was not such a period. And so, after Queen Tiye, mother of Akenaten and Tutankamun, murders her son Tutankhamun at the behest of her brother the High Priest Ay, she is buried alive.
Karmic Update: Today’s incarnation of Queen Tiye, called Rainbow Desert Flower, has one son. He is the incarnation of Tutankhamun, called Prince. The High Priest Ay, in this incarnation called York, is Prince’s father.
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