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Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Mysteries of the Dinosaurs, Pigeons, and Sparrows

Thousands of years ago, there were very large birds on earth, whose sizes where larger than the elephants of today.   These gigantic birds were called dinosaurs by our present day scientists. Somehow all the dinosaurs within a short period of time vanished off the face of the earth.  Scientists have speculated how they seemed to have disappeared within a short span of time. Some said, perhaps a huge meteorite fell on earth and killed all of them.  But this line of reason does not hold, since such a meteorite could not have killed all the dinosaurs at the same time.

I recently called the GOD BERASHITH( GOD OF SPIRITS OF SPIRITS), into the cowrey shells, using the Barakata Method of cowrey divination, to ask questions about what caused the dinosaurs to disappear.   The answers I obtained from Berashith were mind boggling, for the dinosaurs as we knew them are living among us daily, but we do know it. 

There are certain birds on earth, who do not lay eggs, yet they are around in thousands.  The answer to the disappearance of the dinosaurs, is the answer to the origin of these birds.  These three main birds that do not lay eggs are: EAGLES, PIGEONS, SPARROWS. These birds were never around thousands of years ago, yet as soon as the dinosaurs disappeared from earth, they were all over the place in thousands.

Here is the irony of the giant dinosaur. These little sparrows, that we see around in thousands, are the component senses of the dinosaurs that has been broken down into small birds. Berashith, explained that, it is the giant dinosaurs, that has been redesigned as a group of sparrows. Berashith, redesigned the senses and components of each dinosaur as a group of TWELVE BIRDS per dinosaur.  

We have an expression that birds of the same feathers flock together.  The reason is, each twelve group of birds are the single body of one dinosaur.   Within a group of twelve pigeons flying together, ten of them have the same color, two of them have different color feathers.   Within the group of ten, five of them are the five senses of the dinosaur.  Now observing the pigeons, you will notice that when one of them flies away, several fly and follow that one around.  The first pigeon that takes off, are the ears of the dinosaur.  The two pigeons within a group of twelve that have different colors are the eyes of the dinosaur.

Therefore, the birds that fly together are actually one single dinosaur, and as a single body are always together.  When the twelve birds are eating, they are indirectly feeding the belly of one dinosaur. Similarly, the dinosaurs were redesigned as eagles, and sparrows in groups of twelve.  Every twelve eagles are the equivalent of one dinosaur, and every twelve sparrows are the equivalent of one dinosaur.

How Bereshith transformed the giant dinosaur into small birds as eagles, sparrows and pigeons is beyond human understanding and beyond scientific terms.  The mystery of the sparrows and pigeons that do not lay eggs, is due to the fact that, they are not born, but were created into existence. They do not die natural deaths of old age.  Pigeons, sparrows and eagles can live for thousands of years, unless something physically kills it.  But they do not die of  old age like birds such as the hen. A bird such as a sparrow or a pigeon that is constantly flying around, if it were to lay eggs will not remember where it laid those eggs.

The dinosaurs became extinct, because when a creature or human being is recreated by a spirit with an angelic type body, the soul of that creature upon death returns to its star in the sky and ceases to re-incarnate.  Example, if Jane Chopra was created as an angel in the year 2011. Upon the death of Jane Chopra in this life, her soul will return to her star in the sky,  and she will no longer re-incarnate on earth. Therefore, her kind will become extinct on earth, but her body as an angel, will be the one walking on earth as an immortal being.  Similarly the dinosaurs became extinct when they were replaced by the sparrows, pigeons, and eagles.



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