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Akashic Records: The Downfall of Maldek

Maldek was a planet in our Solar System that no longer exists today. This planet harbored reincarnation cycles much like Earth does today, and Mars did in a remote past. And some of those who are incarnating on Earth have some memories in their Akashic Records of having had physical experience on Maldek.

If you look for these things, you’ll find multiple online channeled accounts of what took place, in terms of physical circumstances and events, that eventually led to the planet ceasing to exist ex: being blown up by an external force, being destroyed in a nuclear war, etc. However, the following information does not go into specifics of that nature. Instead, it delves into some of the background parameters, spiritual in nature, that resulted in a gradual descent in awareness, which eventually culminated in the physical/manifested counterpart of said descent i.e., the destruction of the planet. Since whatever takes place in the physical plane in terms of events is almost always preceded by equivalent movements and energy dynamics. Therefore, keep in mind the information in this text doesn’t necessarily contradict or oppose what’s written elsewhere about what happened to Maldek. It could instead be complementary to any such information.

In moments of difficulty and crisis, we humans tend to pay more attention to the events that are more visible, obvious, and difficult: a tragedy, an accident, a collapse, a critical decision. We tend to see the situation better when it’s at its peak, when consequences are made definite and loss occurs decisively. But it can also be important to read into the matters that may have developed and were brewing well before the more obvious events took place. Critical moments can often be the culmination of certain more subtle patterns preceding them.

As with much other information on this website – and per my own preference – this was received in the context of privately performed Akashic Records readings. You may see this information as an expansion on materials received during said readings. Further, given how planets undergo multiple cycles of reincarnation in the 3rd Density, it’s unclear whether this information applies only to the last cycle, or to the planetary experience as a whole. But for the sake of simplicity, I assume it applies to the planet and its reincarnation in a general sense.

Usually, for each new planetary experience and/or cycle, there’s a spiritual calling sent throughout the Cosmos for those Souls who are interested in participating if they so wish. The planetary experience of Maldek specifically was set up and “advertised” by Spirit as a safe haven of sorts: a carefully curated and relatively safe environment meant for those who had been worn down by past trauma and were now in an especially susceptible spiritual state, either due to their intrinsic spiritual nature or the trauma having rendered them as such.

Sometimes, on Earth, you’ll have heavily traumatic life or lives, and then afterward you have a “softer” life, meant as “rest” and recuperation. Even though you’re not actually resting in a stricter sense of the word, you nevertheless have a physical experience that’s crafted to not pose a significant challenge as a way to stabilize the psyche and offset the impact the previous incidents had. The situation of Maldek was similar in intention, except on a planetary scale: it was a whole physical setting meant for those of heightened spiritual sensitivity, and possible trauma from said sensitivity, for them to inhabit and recuperate.

Maldek wasn’t so much of a “vacation”. The planet would still technically go through the third density, which can never truly be called “easy” in earnest. But given the circumstances, it was still a relatively safe environment, with restricted amounts of strife, distress, lack, confrontation, separation, and so forth – the elements that typically create difficulty for life in 3D. Maldek was still a setting designed to not be overly challenging by having a lesser degree of spiritual lessons induced by both individual or collective hardship.

And, for roughly 2/3 of the experience – possibly cycles taking place on the planet – this went as designed. The setting was indeed peaceful and harmonious, affording a relaxed experience – as far as spiritual beings incarnating in a physical civilization go.

But there came the point when there would be some technological development in the civilization that would introduce new challenges for the society to handle. These challenges were anticipated by Spirit beforehand, as the potentials became obvious and predictable sometime before they would actually take place in the physical world.

At some point there would take place a technological development, as the progress of a civilization often and naturally brings about, which would be an early planet-wide means of communication and dispersal of information – analog to telegraph, radio, then TV, phones, etc. And this sort of technology, in a practical sense, would open up for the first time the possibility of a few individuals holding disproportionate power and influence over all others, on a scale not possible until then. This potential was less about whom precisely could have such influence; the challenge was more about opening the possibility. And there was a critical issue stemming from this.

A very long time living in a setting of relative lack of hardship – not dealing to any meaningful capacity with things such as dishonesty, confrontation, lying, lack of transparency, lack of integrity, ill-intent, and so on – had rendered the collective fairly immature and naive when it came to identifying, facing, and dealing with any such things. Further, most individuals in the collective were primed in one way or another to be sensitive to any of such challenges, with many of whom still holding significant portions of trauma in their spiritual backgrounds. As such, the collective didn’t have a great amount of experience with dealing with hardship/difficulty/challenge. And they were vastly unprepared should any significant threat, comprised of any of the energies mentioned above, come about.

But the test was spiritually designed to be relatively safe, to not have difficulty. So where would such threat come from, and how?

Power corrupts.

Or it can, easily – especially, precisely, for individuals who happen to be relatively unprepared to deal with lack of integrity, including the potential for it within themselves. It takes a certain amount of wisdom to stay in integrity, and that wisdom is often gained at the cost of past mistakes, suffering, enduring hardship, and so on. Which those in this collective greatly lacked, in a general sense.

One minute you’re in service to others, from the best of your intentions. Next, for one reason or another, you have to help others only how you know how, so you must stay in charge a little more. And next, you shouldn’t give up on your position, as it’s become part of your identity and how you keep others safe, and maybe yourself too. From here, you may quickly find yourself in a position where you’ll be compelled to say and promise what others expect to hear, say things without necessarily being obligated to act through on them; or talk your way out of situations, provided you’re adept at it. You may be tempted to say what others like to hear, promise what they desire most, and present the ideals and dreams everyone aspires to, after tapping into their highest interests, or most pressing distresses. Whatever is needed to effectively remain in power.

These situations can sometimes involve subtle and seemingly innocuous traps, that are already tricky enough to identify and avoid even with remarkable degrees of spiritual advancement and the best of intentions – let alone if you’re inexperienced in handling situations of challenge, complexity, and high responsibility/impact. Hence the inherent danger some of the new possibilities would pose.

In short, there was a strong point of vulnerability for the civilization of Maldek as a whole, which would be when advancements in technology were to create the right circumstances for those in power to hold large sway over the rest of the population. This much influence held by any individual would open the window for society to deal with something they were critically unprepared for.

So much so that the potentials, as spiritually measured from behind the veil, were dire. The more-than-likely scenario was for this vulnerability to gradually develop into a situation of degradation of the civilization’s consciousness, not just creating a self-destructive movement but doing so in an irrecoverable spiral. It was not a potential among several others, but an almost inevitable route.

Spirit – capital S, the collective spiritual entourage observing, monitoring, managing, and guiding the planetary experience from beyond the veil, including the participants’ Higher Selves – was working under a difficult proposition for Maldek’s experience.

Spirit was aware of how the absence of hardship in the experience was leading the society on the planet to a point of critical failure. However, at the same time, they still needed to uphold what had been the premise for the experience: the relative lack of hardship. Not doing so, and suddenly changing the rules mid-game, would be a critical breach of spiritual trust with the Souls who were currently incarnating.

Imagine you agree to participate in a long-term project of any type. In the middle of that project, as it’s already underway and when you have no possibility of leaving, the higher-ups decide on their own accord to change the rules they had agreed with you. It would be a literal breach of contract, and you’d feel betrayed and deceived, legitimately. It would happen the same thing if Spirit just decided to change the premise of the test, with which the incarnating Souls had agreed, which led them to be there in the first place.

The Higher Selves of those incarnating on the planet did fully understand the situation. But while reincarnating in a third-density cycle your human-level awareness will be mostly detached from its own higher self for the duration, even in-between lives – that’s why it’s called Higher self: because it’s inherently difficult to access that awareness. It is only when the cycle comes to a close and/or you spiritually graduate (whichever comes first) that you connect with your own Higher Self’s clarity. Until that point, for as long as you’re bound to the 3D experience and its level of awareness, you aren’t necessarily aware of what your Higher Self is; or, even if you are, you may not interpret the same things the same way. In other words, just because your H.S. is aware of something doesn’t mean you share the same awareness, at least not on the same level, with the same clarity.

Spirit and the collective of Higher Selves on Maldek knew that for the collapse of the experience had any chance of being averted, it would be necessary to raise the level of hardship in the experience. The idea was to allow the accumulation of enough learning and wisdom to could allow the collective to endure the challenges ahead, and come out “the other side”. And how would hardship be “introduced” exactly? There would be ways to regulate this, for instance with permission for more challenging moments in the everyday experience; by allowing a degree of individual dissonance among peers and groups; by having some entities incarnating with the role of exploring the experience of not being in integrity. However, any such measures would again be a breach of the spiritual premise with which the setting had been created.

Note that if any of such changes were to occur, those incarnating would not conceptualize them with their conscious minds i.e. they wouldn’t think “gee, I was promised a safe passage here, and now this is changing”. The perception of any such change wouldn’t be tansparent, conscious. Yet, there would still be significant risks and consequences if such changes were to occur.

Place yourself in the shoes of a spiritual entity incarnating on Maldek at this time, under these circumstances.

You’ve been severely battered and hurt from previous difficult experiences across the Cosmos, to the point of being in a purposefully built haven where you’ve been invited and granted access. You may not be fully aware of this reality during any given lifetime – yet it silently accompanies you in the background wherever you are, whenever you go, and whatever you do. You’re probably carrying an extent of deep hurt, pain, and spiritual trauma, to the point you may not function correctly in otherwise “normal” circumstances – that is to say, physical tests run with standard rules and levels of challenge.

In addition, by now you’ve spent quite some time – as in, a good portion of the reincarnation cycles on a planet – just trying to re-adjust and habituate yourself to the experience of, well, existing. Being alive and breathing. Having a relatively normal existence, and matching experiences. Trauma can be engraved in an instant, while healing can take a lot of time. You probably had to get used to the basic idea of being safe and sound, without any threats or problems waiting around the corner. You may have had to re-learn very simple and basic things such as your sense of self, operating in an independent manner, engaging with others, and so on. And, you may have had trouble just trying to trust again – as in intrinsic trust, spiritual trust: trust you’re not immediately going to suffer at the hands of [insert your karma/trauma here]; trust your reality is truly safe; trust the boogeyman is in fact not stalking you. In other words: trust you are safe.

This is the point many of these entities are at the time of these considerations. Many Souls may have already had a journey of healing, but probably still have more yet to achieve. They would still have trouble just trusting that they were in a safe experience. And their journey isn’t over: anyone still in the reincarnation cycle has not graduated, which means their cure/healing/process hasn’t concluded yet.

Do you, dear reader, understand how sensitive the prospect of re-introducing any increase of hardship and distress to this experience could be, for a setting entirely comprised of susceptible entities amid a healing process?

Let us continue with this exercise. Let us now say that, at some point, you cease to have relative peace and harmony, and you go through a sudden increase of difficulty in your experience. And, again, imagine this isn’t happening to someone with regular coping mechanisms, but to a Soul already carrying a residue of trauma, under the spiritual premise they’re supposed to trust the setting to be safe. And then, it ceases to be. Talk about a breach of confidence. Even not entirely aware of such premises, the incarnated self will most likely have an intense, adverse reaction.

You’re still not completely healed yet, and so your own ancient traumas and nightmares, still relatively alive in a spiritual sense, will come rushing right back up to the surface – because your reality is now allowing them more. You’ll suddenly lose a baseline sense of safety, which you weren’t even fully aware you were operating in. In these circumstances, you’re not likely to think from a thoughtful, discerning perspective; instead, you’re going to be prone to go right into a fight-or-flight mindset. And you may immediately forfeit any sense of trust – that it probably took you a very long time to build back up. Your intrinsic faith, in reality, in yourself, in Spirit Itself, is virtually lost instantly.

Any alterations in the parameters of Maldek’s reality, no matter how necessary, would imply breaching the spiritual trust involved in the spiritual, sacred agreements for everyone participating, potentially affecting their essential Trust in God on a very deep level, to put it in plain terms. One of the effects of any such shift would be immediately justifying and re-instating any fundamental trauma-based doubt in the existence and/or benevolent intentions of a higher power over the incarnated self. For the incarnated self, suddenly it would seem no one was in control after all; or that God could be malevolent, uncaring, detached, etc; or any perception of that nature that essentially boils down to deterioration of trust. So you lose faith/trust in any form of higher power you may conceive of at the time – God, Gods, Saints, the Universe, Creation, anything. Why? Because, consciously or unconsciously, you had been promised safety, and now that safety would be taken away, against your consent and what you had agreed with.

Such was the depth of the impact/consequences Spirit was constantly facing, whenever measuring such considerations for the experience in Maldek. It was why Spirit was working from a difficult proposition.

But at the end of the day, the consequences of not doing anything would lead to an outcome that was even worse.

The potential was for the de-evolution and collapse of the society and the planetary experience as a whole (regardless of how exactly it could/would manifest). This would be worse than the collective choosing either positive or negative polarities, which is what typically happens at the conclusion of cycles of the third density. Despite any connotations and consequences of either choice, either would still constitute a form of evolutionary progress. Either would enable future spiritual growth and create a graduation of the society to the fourth density (4D). Either would be a form of advancement. But this potential woudn’t. It was instead that of the experience collapsing critically, interrupting the experience entirely, along with any societal and spiritual progress, which would be forfeit. Further, most if not all individual and collective traumas would be revived, and possibly worsened, as a result.

Essentially, this meant Spirit still had little choice but to enact some measures to attempt to save the planetary cycle, and the evolutionary progress already achieved by those there. Not doing so would create an arguably worse consequence than not intervening would.

Spirit refrained from taking any meaningful changes for as long as they feasibly could. This was a way to respect the agreement with the Souls inhabiting Maldek thoroughly.

But past a certain point, there would have to be some form of change if there was any hope of salvaging the experience altogether. You may see it this way: past a certain stage, the priority of saving the planetary experience and the hard-earned progress of the inhabitants would start to take precedence over the one of sparing them from difficulty.

Spirit devised a plan that could accommodate all of the circumstances and directives of the setting. The intervention would consist of gradually introducing increased levels of hardship to the physical experience, but doing so roughly at a stage of progress when it was foreseen for such a change to happen anyway spontaneously (*). This change in more permission for difficulty/hardship in the setting would start being introduced around 100-200 years prior to when it would happen on its own (or an equivalent period, it’s how it feels to me). The only difference between intervening and letting it happen on its own anyway, besides taking place at a slightly earlier time, would be that the alteration could occur in a relatively more controlled manner and closely managed by Spirit.

(*)- Why/how would an increase in difficulty/hardship occur regardless? As a result, accompanying, and a parallel to, an increase in awareness that would be acting without integrity. This is spirituality 1-0-1, more or less. All suffering is experienced as a result of beliefs, words, and actions based in one’s own beliefs of separation that create the propagation and implementation of that separation, especially whe there’s impact (increase in separation) for others. You could say this is the basics of how the mechanisms of karma work. In other words, the moment you step out of integrity and away from the Light is the moment suffering is born, if you will. Hence, an increase in a collective awareness of lack of integrity, separation, dissent, etc. would directly and consequently result in a harsher, more difficult, less harmonious experience and environment. In short, going through the point of vulnerability would, by itself, increase the level of hardship for those on the planet.

In this plan, no meaningful breach of spiritual trust would be in effect, because the advent of hardship would be taking place regardless. Spirit would simply be stepping in and opting to create a controlled process, rather than passively waiting for one to develop in a spontaneous or “ad-hoc” manner.

And so, an allowance for each one’s inner fears and less-than-harmonious energies to manifest (by the intrinsic mechanisms of co-creation) begain being introduced, or re-introduced if you will. Some Souls were allowed to voluntarily come in (incarnate) with more freedom to explore separation and deceit. Some separation created through Free Will of the participants began being allowed to exist without immediate consequence.

The idea, once again, was to introduce a level of personal and collective growth through the process of handling hardship. The goal was to reach a critical mass of such growth that could allow the society to in practice endure and survive the coming stage of vulnerability; the minimum requirement would be of not entering an unrecoverable spiral. The hope was that there was enough of an “amount” of healing achieved by the inhabitants up until that point that could allow them to handle the increasing difficulty, and transform it into inner growth, maturity, wisdom, etc. to act as a natural “defense” against the advent of disharmony, lack of integrity, and so on.

Unfortunately, at no point did it work.

This planned endeavor, even as it was spiritually arranged and orchestrated, with the best of intentions and utmost focus, operated at a deficit from the start, and at no point did this change in any way. No amount of inner growth and maturity/wisdom accrued from hardship ever gained an upper hand over the negative reception of said difficulty had on the collective. It was the type of situation where you could say that “there were no wins”.

The challenging and uphill nature of the process had been anticipated, to a degree. In retrospect, the endeavor as a whole had somewhat of a “Hail Mary” feel to it, given how narrow the margins of its success were. Even so, it went as badly as it could.

As soon as an increased level of hardship began being introduced, the overall reaction by most, individually and collectively, was that something had suddenly been lost. Unbeknownst to them, that something was the baseline safe nature of the setting – that it was safe, that strife was limited, that it was a place you could trust and drop your guard – and the original promise/premise for it to be so. Spiritually, the collective felt this promise was being broken.

Most individuals had elements of acute sensitivity to challenging situations in their spiritual background, often stemming from spiritually-stored trauma that hadn’t fully cured. In such circumstances, as soon as some level of hardship, separation, and lack of integrity, was introduced (and given it took place both suddenly and relatively late into the experience, at the very last possible moment) the individual’s reaction to that change would tend to not be a careful and grounded readjustment of priorities, but instead, mostly, a reactivation of old instinctive survival mechanisms, varying coping strategies (not always healthy), and an overall fight-or-flight mindset.

The collective on Maldek had a few different and varied spiritual backgrounds, in a Cosmic sense. But it was homogenous in one specific and crucial way: sharing, in one way or the other, deep and heavy inner burdens of trauma, and an ever-present potential for stress and fright stemming from that trauma. They all had significant, ancestral memories of dealing with overpowering challenges, difficulties that could not be overcome, and the potential of quickly falling into a state of being perpetually weary and fearful of threats (a state of fear, of distrust). Most individuals had an inner trauma within that could spark a response of fear and “survival mode”. When hardship is introduced in one’s reality, one’s fears are what’s usually manifested first.

It was “scary” how fast the mindset throughout the collective changed. It happened almost overnight – virtually speaking, as far as planetary cycles go.

How can you truly continue to feel safe, if suddenly you see your neighbor (friend, relative, social partner, boss, teacher, leader, elder, etc.), whom you trusted, no longer acting friendly and open towards you? Or if they’re going through severe problems and issues you could go too, as suddenly you realize there’s nothing whatsoever shielding you from going throgh the same? Or if they can no longer be trusted to not lie, not to deceive, not to cheat, or to not sell a manufactured truth, that serves their agenda while not caring for yours? Chances are you’ll also feel highly unsafe.

As soon as a few individuals started perceiving a shift in terms of difficulty, and feeling less safe, their mindsets suddenly changed as a response. Once a few started shifting their perspective from a previous calm and relaxed state onto one of turning (reverting) to an old, panicked, inward-turned state of survival, this rapidly sparked a chain reaction, a cascade effect, where everyone around them started adopting an equivalent response. A few quickly noticed and started reacting to a change, and this promptly reverberated and spread throughout the collective like wildfire.

There was a strong socio-cultural component to this ripple effect. The previous views of the entire social substrate on the planet had been harmonious: ‘every man for his fellow men’, in an almost pure and idealized way. Everyone felt safe, and everyone helped make everyone else feel safe. You had your neighbor’s back, and they had yours. But now individuals were falling into their (ancestral, instinctive) memories and nightmares of high alert, of inner hurt and mistrust, seeking to predict and counteract any threats to their well-being and survival, maybe at the expense of the fellow person if it ever came to that.

This was not a change that was necessarily evident, obvious. No one turned on the speaker and said “life’s going to be more difficult from now on, you won’t feel as safe”. It was subtle. It was the type of thing you couldn’t quite lay a finger on, and maybe one of those things that aren’t quite right, but part of you hopes it goes away on its own. Because it was subtle as opposed to overbearing, many things stayed the same on the surface. You could still greet others with the same words, present the same smiles, exchange the same pleasantries. Many things stayed the same.

But something had indeed changed.

You’ll know or feel when your neighbor suddenly isn’t being as forthcoming as before. It’s a subtle contrast you may be able to detect, or at least suspect, especially if you’re already highly sensitive to fear and suspicion; if you’re already waiting for the next threat lurking behind the corner; if you already have deep trauma within. Plus, trauma may make you more sensitive to and more easily recognize the same energy in others.

And so, you may start adopting a hyper-vigilant mindset. A mindset of caring for your own needs, and focusing on fending off for yourself, out of necessity – since there’s no one to do it for you. No one has your back. You may become hyper-vigilant, hyper-suspicious, always minding what you hear and what you say, to whom, and with what intention. It’s the state of affairs where you’re on your own, and it’s every man for himself. No one is watching your back – and anyone and everyone may even be after you and what you have.

The collective ‘feel’ of harmony was suddenly lost, replaced by a state of mistrust, vigilance, and fear, often subtle and veiled in nature.

One aspect of this change in mindset was that individuals started feeling, or realizing if you will, each in their own way, that there was nothing in their reality to keep them safe reliably (despite that being, in a practical sense, their collective and practical experience up to that point). In other words, it’s like they were having an “awakening” of sorts, where they realized that the safety they once knew could be just an illusion, and only now were they realizing it.

Further, this perception was accompanied by a loss of trust in whichever form of higher/spiritual order they could/would have at the time.

Every individual instinctively “knew” of the shift, on some level – through their own Higher Selves, to be more precise. But on the level of the mind-based interpretation of the incarnated self, the interpretation of this could typically assume other more common forms, one of them being “If God’s supposed to keep me safe, but I’m no longer safe, is there even a God?”; “How can God allow this?”. The perception of loss of safety also led to questioning the existence of and/or trust in a higher power, especially as it touched old but sensitive karmic buttons.

After every moment of suffering and trauma almost always follows the questioning of Spirit/God: its existence, role, and protection. If you notice, behind every loss of trust is, deep down, a loss of trust in God. When you’re hurt, when you go through pain, naturally you’ll feel less safe; and you’ll wonder, to some extent, if you’re truly protected, guided, cared for, by some higher power, by some intrinsic order to existence. Doubting God is at the basis of most spiritual trauma, and that included the deep forms of trauma most individuals in Maldek brought from other planetary cycles. And with an increase in hardship in the planetary experience, these old traumas were as if being re-awakened, and with them, the sense of feeling unsafe, unprotected, uncared for, alone and vulnerable in a hostile world.

As part of the shift, one way individuals were reacting to it was by suddenly realizing that nothing was actually keeping them safe “after all”. In other words, no law, no rule, and possibly no higher power. It was like suddenly realizing they all had been living in some kind of illusion, and only now were they suddenly seeing “the truth”.

In a spiritual sense, this perception of “finally seeing the truth” deep down came from subconsciously knowing about the drop of the premise for the experience, together with a re-kindling of their own ancestral fears and pains – these were, in a manner of speaking, part of their most profound truths, and that had up until then been as if dormant, sleeping, in stasis, kept away from their awareness.

So to those on Maldek it felt like they were becoming “awakened” to something that was “real”, whereas before they were living in an “illusion”. Which, to some extent, was true.

As for the appearance of authority figures of great influence afforded by technological advancement, this was also a development that occured as anticipated.

For such societal leaders, themselves also relatively inexperienced in dealing with harsdhip, it was easy to to fall into the traps of clinging to power and veering into lack of integrity, solely on the back of their relative inexperience. On top of this, they were governing and would have sway over a social fabric going through a veritable change of times, and in some sense, crumbling. The collective, once harmonious and uneventful, was now increasingly fractured, vibrating in fear, with diminishing levels of harmony and cohesion. Society as a whole was feeling less safe, operating more and more from a state of fear and lack of trust, and gradually turning on each other.

The more you go through a problem you can’t handle and that starts overwhelming you; the more you realize you’re actually powerless facing it; and the more desperate you become, the more you’ll naturally want to go back to how things were before, and the more you want for someone to come in and take the problem away, or save you. It was the same on Maldek. The more society went through its upheaval, the more they needed and asked for something, someone, anything, that once again felt safe, to hold on to. That allowed them to recover, or feel they were recovering, the lost, idyllic times of the past, when all was well. And as the collective was growing in tension and distress, so too was the mindset of the leaders that that same collective produced.

Note some such leaders, in touch with the change of times, did indeed seek governance with the intention to serve. To try to do what they could, to try to help. But even those were themselves vibrating in fear, inner confusion, and a sense of loss, all the while attempting to govern and deal with a collective that, once harmonious, was now not.

In life, when you’re trying to salvage a serious situation that appears dire and is quickly getting out hand, it can be easy to justify measures that are more desperate and/or out of the norm; that might go against the grain, and against principles that would otherwise be essential and baseline; that might not contemplate, or contemplate less, upheld ideals and norms of the past. And maybe even measures where the sovereignty of and respect for another, or of/for a few, may be regarded as less important. That may bypass the rights and freedoms of others – or maybe of certain individuals and/or groups in particular.

In other words, if and when you’re pushed against a wall, and you’re trying to achieve something, you may be tempted to give up on your principles (integrity) to some degree. But the moment you do, it can become a slippery slope.

Much like Spirit, leaders (or some of them) were trying to salvage Maldek, to save their society – or at least have it cross the finish line still existing. Now, in order to try to save and recuperate the whole, you may have the instinct of starting to make concessions. You start calculating in your head what you can give up, what you can consider as a loss, maybe to give yourself more room to maneuver, more leeway to take measures and actions… and more space to not feel as down, to not feel everything is all lost, all was a failure. Notice how it’s now primarily a mindset of tension and survival, where things may come down to the prospect of enduring no matter the cost. And in that mindset of survival, you’re seeking to take the loss and carry on. But who exactly is that loss? If society is like a body, who’s the arm or leg that gets cut off so the rest of the body can survive? Who’s deemed more worthy, who’s more valuable, and who’s less? Who is left behind? All of this can become part of the mindset of survivial in dealing with a difficult situation.

But it’s a slippery slope. You’ll easily fall into making arbitrary decisions where some groups aren’t as worthy as others. Or that’s it’s more okay for some of them to take the fall, to draw the short straw, than others. In any such decision, as a leader you’re introducing separation. Suddenly not all are on the some boat, the opposite is true: some that are on the boat and others may or may not be. Suddenly nothing is guaranteed. It’s the advent of division: of classes, of groups, of ethnicity, of origination, of blood and past story, of reasons to exist, of the value you bring to society, and so on and so forth. You’re slipping back into a survivalist mindset.

And the division may just be fine for you – if you happen to be on the boat! But much less so if you find yourself out of it, or risk being left behind.

As you can see from the descriptions above, we’re now descending, vibrating in fear. It’s the advent of division, separation, and lack/scarcity. Things are tight, and the bedsheet won’t be able to cover all of the body. Something will have to be left out and behind. It was a broad-level shift of the collective: turning from a once harmonious/idyllic state of affairs, to one where suddenly all is unsafe and uncertain. And you may at any point find yourself on the short end of the stick.

So what you want above all else is to be safe – and if possible, to return to the good old days where everything was (indeed) completely safe, without a hint of this uncertainty. Please, leader, shield me from this fear and let me go back to being safe again.

And even then, the above mostly applied to any given leader who was able and willing to hold responsibility for their role, for as long as they did. In other words, the leader genuinely trying to help. For even for them, the line between serving others and staying in power to save yourself and your own could become thin.

It starts with, even the well-meaning leader under the above mindset, trying to sugarcoat how some individuals/groups/classes will have to endure more, so that others can remain safe and relatively safeguarded.

In the process he (male pronoun for simplicity) finds the latter will be willing to do anything for him, just as long as he keeps them safe, and he’s able to maintain the perception of knowing how to. At the same time, he also realizes he can finesse his way with (if not even swindling) the former to persuade them to endure difficult if not outright unfair propositions – with a sufficient amount of finesse in words, with choosing the right expressions and their arrangement; and with framing he’s doing and the reasons for it the right ways.

He finds how, provided he’s able to convince the classes and groups that are being dropped that these things are necessary, justifiable, and even okay, provided he can portray things in a certain way, he can get away with anything. And if the unfavored classes start to show resentment, he discovers at some point just how incredibly easy it is to have them construed as the ones causing the disharmony to begin with i.e. that they are the ones to blame because they are the ones unwilling to cooperate, justifying the less favorable treatment to begin with. In a society gripped by fear, it’s easy to place pressure on and suppress dissent, by portraying it as the cause of the problem.

And there’s yet another thing. The leader himself is as deeply fearful, doubtful, without hope and sense of safety within, just as the rest.

So what happens here? It’s the ego who’ll notice how one feels all-powerful, almost like a god, for being able to care for so many, for having so much power – a feeling that can seem to completely negate the sense of lacking, of fear, of weakness, of powerlessness. And so the ego gains power and takes hold on the leader. Now you’re the absolute, the one who truly holds power, the one who knows what they’re doing, the one who can really save the collective – and not the clueless, inexperienced, frightened helper. And so this leader is the one, out of all others, who must remain in power above other considerations. This is how he’s now holding on to this power.

This is how even a well-meaning helper slowly slips away from integrity, a process expedited by the amount of fear and vulnerability that lies both outside and within.

Where’s the difference between crossing one line, maybe saying a necessary lie to “have things done”, and deviating from an altruistic intention of service completely, aspiring to be seen as an absolute savior? On Maldek, if that difference existed, barely anyone noticed. Leaders easily crossed it almost without regard, behaving more and more in a self-serving manner – but concealing it, with the pretext of service.

The social fiber was on its own fracturing, with individuals turning their energies inward and against each other as a response to a perception of unsafety, severely affecting the overall sense of harmony and unity that once existed. This motion made it easy for influential figures to divide, to turn one against another.

It was easy to portray certain individuals or groups as threats, specific characteristics as flaws, individual will as rebelliousness, dissent as an enemy, and have the rest look upon these as the next threat lurking around the corner.

Leaders increasingly operating from the ego saw this as a perfect, acceptable opportunity to justify classifying certain groups as less worthy. It was easy to push certain boundaries of dignity, of worth, of respect, lower and lower, especially if they felt this retained the support of a majority of others not affected by such discrimination. It seemed to keep all others engaged, and with some hope – and, especially, it kept their confidence in the leader up… while turning their scrutiny away from him, onto the next threat he presented them.

In addition, the low cohesiveness of the social fabric meant it was less likely for groups to rise against any given leader, even as they were being divided and mistreated. When you’re vibrating in fear, including of your own neighbor, you’re much less likely to feel you’ll have a friendly group to support and have your back. Thus you’ll be less likely to feel encouraged to go up against your leadership, now placed on a pedestal by most others. They say you’re far easier to keep under control if you’re in a state of fear; the fears in the social structure that already existed to begin with, were now being fed, and fed off, by leaders.

By feeding the level of social separation, leaders were actively contributing to increasing that separation. In other words, as they made use of the fear, they inadvertently increased it. They were contributing to making all individuals feel less safe, less secure, more uncertain – even those supposedly part of the more “favored” or “entitled” groups.

If you’re a citizen part of a relatively privileged group, you may look to the side and see unfairness in other groups, yet assess how you’re being favored, or at least spared. And as a result, you’ll momentarily feel safe, protected, or if nothing else, indifferent. You won’t relate, it’s not you, all is well. But spiritually what happens is that you’re witnessing separation being brought forth and allowed in your reality – the suffering that is inflicted on some, even if not you. On a spiritual level, you understand you’re part of the same fabric, of the same reality (and you may be in acceptance if not approval of unfairness/unsafety to some), so you know that nothing’s really keeping you safe from experiencing that separation, at some point. Thus reinforcing the original sense of unsafety.

In short, by aiming for safety at any cost, you’re ironically exposing yourself to higher degrees of separation, and therefore suffering, in turn self-fulfilling your sense of unsafety.
Spiritually, “favored” and “unfavored” are two sides of the same coin: if you have one you also have the other in the same reality. By tolerating and becoming complicit with separation in your reality, you’re becoming less safe, rather than more.

Hypothetically speaking, what could a comparatively more experienced/hardened (and positively-aligned) leader in the same shoes do? It would be to realize the critical importance of not caving in to principles of service, unity, and integrity – especially and precisely at the precise moment things get tough. Such a leader would need to realize the moment of difficulty is exactly the moment where it’s most important to stay in integrity, as opposed to open the possibility of doing otherwise. This is because safety in unity/harmony was the core value at stake here. Unity was what would make or break the advancement of the society in the first place. It was what individuals perceived as lacking, were reacting in fear to, and what they desired to recuperate. Even when being complicit with and/or participating in acts of separation.

If you know you’ll never be left hanging out to dry no matter what; if you feel the collective has your back no matter who you are; you’ll give everything you’ve got and more. You won’t give up. And you’re highly unlikely to turn on others, because you feel they won’t turn on you. You’ll feel safe even if and when times do get tough – which can happen in the physical plane regardless, an experience that is hard enough on its own already. But if you feel that when things get tough things starts being doubted, your rights start being taken away, and your neightbor, your relative, your law enforcer, your teacher, your leader, start turning against you… then what are you living for exactly? If principles and ideals depend on things being good, then they’re only ephemeral circumstances, not common aims.

In short, in this situation, a more experienced leader would be more likely to realize the importance of holding on to their principles and idea of service, recognizing such a critical moment as being something of a trial meant for this to apply. Yet, Maldek’s collective that could not produce leaders with such characteristics. The leaders were actively contributing to divide as opposed to unite, and to protect themselves rather than do so for others.

A leader in such a situation may not realize how this modus operandi is unsustainable. Over time, perpetuating it makes any existing problems worse for everyone and themselves.

By feeding off and increasing the amount of fear, the less cohesive the social fabric, the lesser its state of unity and hope, and the more work would have to be achieved (if it was ever the goal) to rebuild cohesion. And the more this happened, the less room a leader gave themselves to operate. And so the more and more effort an unscrupulous leader has to spend to keep people divided, to justify more and more unfair and selfish measures, and continuously and believably keep attention away from them, framing their behavior as being of service.

The more you do this, the more you’re digging yourself a hole, the more you’re cornering yourself, and the more work you have to put to not appear that way. It is an unsustainable, lose-lose proposition in the long term.

At some point, you’re making unscrupulous decisions and implementing deception, not even to achieve some objective that could hypothetically be construed as beneficial, but solely for the purposes of keeping yourself in power, retaining your safety for yourself, and keeping your power base in approval, or in fear. You’re now lying, manipulating, fabricating, coercing, hiding, for the sake of it, still convincing others you’re the captain while the ship is halfway in the middle of sinking. Eventually you may find yourself having to “eat into” your own support base, dividing and tricking them, still promising them safety while operating only to keep yourself safe.

But the social fabric at this point can so easily be degraded, with so little integrity, and be so desperate for safety and salvation, that they may still be willing to believe the leader (or at least not feel strong enough to dispute his methods). The leader is still acclaimed and followed, perhaps beyond all common sense and what most cognitive checks and balances would otherwise indicate.

One wouldn’t go so far as to state Maldek was where negative/imbalanced leadership was invented in the Cosmos – that would be untrue and silly. But it was in Maldek where an early, “pure” form of a type of pattern of governance, which on Earth today we’d call fascism or fascist-like, was born.

A leader or style of leadership that uses the population’s acute sense of fear or vulnerability to promise they’ll return their safety to them – a particularly alluring proposition in Maldek given the specific circumstances of this planetary cycle. In the process of promising safety, the leader does so only for a part of the population, while turning sets of people against one another, in practice to hide his true intentions, and provide a clear scapegoat, a clear cause and reason, for the sense of difficulty the population is going through, giving the sensation measures are being taken to address the problem. But most of the time, tensions are high, and flaws, defects, and differences are exacerbated, because of underlying, precursor, systemic causes that aren’t actually addressed, and never will be. The division will only lead the society to go around in circles, in a wild goose chase, painful for some and destabilizing for the rest.

Further, the leader would explicitly or implicity promise to reinstate something that was lacking, and that something deep down had spiritual roots: the sense of lack of safety stemming from spiritual trauma, also carrying an intrinsic distrust in existence, in God, in Creation. A desire from that trauma from being spared from suffering, and to be intrinsically protected and cared for. Because of this, what the leader is actually doing is positioning himself to “take the place of God” – the God that is forfeited within each individual. So you’ll often have a leader inappropriately but passionately being placed on a pedestal by the population, who sees them as their savior, who trust them even as they start behaving out of integrity, and sometimes with the development of a cult of personality that aggrandizes him beyond all measure of scrutiny. The leader is elevated to the position of a God, as he promises to make all bad things go away i.e. replacing a fundamentally missing sense of safety. Yet it is all unsustainable, beginning with the impossible promise it makes: you can’t replace Spirit’s role. Further, you can only recuperate your essential sense of safety/trust through your own process of healing, and no one outside of you can ever give it back.

In addition, this form of leadership rests on a fear-based premise that uses (preys upon) and increases said fear, achieving ever-diminishing results while gradually producing a deterioration of the fabric of the society for as long as it remains adopted, due to self-canibalization of resources both physical and abstract – materials but also principles, ideas, integrity, honor, motivation, vitality, etc – that are never properly replenished, fixed, recovered, etc. This leadership creates a state of de-evolution and destabilization of the societal fabric. It can lead the experience itself to eventually disintegrate, or at least irrevocably stagnate in an unrecoverable manner, on the scale it applies, unless something happens that makes the population one way or another recognize the toxicity and falsehood of the premise, and halt it in time. If the walls start being corroded from within, the building can do nothing else but eventually collapse, no matter how many times you paint over, unless the process at some point is stopped.

But on Maldek there were little references of structure, order, or idealism within their society and its population, that could permit the process to at some point recover and get back to said order. The population was extremely homogeneous in beliefs and perspectives, to the point such a cycle could develop without ever having any form of interrupting it. This was in fact what had been feared and predicted on a spiritual level, and that could ultimately not be salvaged no matter the measures taken by Spirit.

The continued use of a type of distorted and/or false presentation of information (referred today as “propaganda”) coupled with a) the population’s initial eagerness to believe it and b) a strong degree of fear and trauma rendering them vulnerable to manipulation and deceit, over time deteriorated the population’s already reduced cognitive ability to discern truth from falsehood, honesty from deceit, reality from distortion.

It wasn’t only the structural fabric of the society, in an external sense, that crumbled. Years of continued exposure to a mix of half-truths and deceit, living in a constant and increasing state of fear, and a spiritual and emotional integrity that were often already compromised to begin with, led to a gradual breakdown of the individuals’ psyches, and their already reduced capacity of dealing with difficulty, deceit, and lack of integrity. Already fragile inner states were undermined, when not torn apart completely. Reality was something so difficult to live in, that it could be far easier to escape from. Premises and statements that were utterly false or without substance, could be seen as still valuable if they carried any form of hope, safety, or pleasure.

Eventually, cognitive checks and balances came to be eroded to such an extent, that many individuals were no longer able to tell apart reality from falsehood. With their capacity of discernment replaced by an otherwise unsettling openness to detach from reality – as if a desire to make a better reality of your own, within their mind.

This was how Maldek’s society was anticipated to head towards collapse. You no longer have a society – with its basic principles of order, rule of law, choice and consequence, etc. – if the individuals in it can no longer find common ground about with what’s real or not, let alone agree on common rules, priorities, boundaries, laws, etc. You can’t live next to someone if they can’t agree on what’s violent and what isn’t; for example whether it’s a punishable felony to end someone’s life. You aren’t able to live next to others if they can’t agree to not trespass on your space; if they can’t agree on basic principles of decency; or if these are conditional, or conditional to their mood. You need a certain baseline of agreement to function together, without which you risk falling into a degraded anarchical living. Even this baseline of mutual understanding was being lost on Maldek.

Maldek descended in awareness. For a time, the civilization continued to exist in a stagnant, near-defunct state, combining a few features and pockets of relative technological and societal advancement, with an otherwise splimtered social tissue.

Most of the collective had descended into the practical, lived-in experience of what each individual feared in their own way, a world full of nightmares and threats, the various nightmares and traumas that assailed each individual, now not just feared in theory but brought to the surface in practice. This was accompanied by a widespread level of cognitive instability and dissonance that made it very difficult for most individuals to experience anything other than those traumas in real life, real or imaginary. Even if you incarnated with some discernent, you’d soon be surrounded by various types of unstable and hostile energies in your reality, in one way or another placing you in the situation that reflected your fears and unsafety, in a very real way. This was not what those on Maldek needed, nor the intention for the planet – in fact it was its exact opposite.

References of cognitive and spiritual advancement could not take hold, and as such, no progress could be achieved to take the social fabric past this state. For a long while there was still an almost unfailing hope from Spirit that the situation could be salvaged, but past a certain moment the towel had to be thrown. There came the time for the concession that as a collective, the possibility to achieve progress no longer existed in Maldek.

The experience was over.

Since nothing else could being achieved other than perpetuating the experience of re-living trauma, the cycle of Maldek had even to be interrupted before its time. This will correspond to the accounts of how the planet ceased to exist physically, which are not covered here. This also resulted in the opportunity to bring over many of the Souls from Maldek to Earth, onto new cycles that were about to begin. For them, their spiritual paths would be planned so as to have a fairly catered, controlled experience, while very gradually, only if and when appropriate, introducing some hardship, to cumulatively create spiritual advancement in the long term. There would be ample time on Earth for this to occur. Unlike on Maldek, where time had run out.

In the end, an aspect of irony was how Maldek, the one planet populated by sensitive and often spiritually attuned Souls, had ended up with such a complete collapse of its collective consciousness, and of the experience as a whole.

These insights into the story of Maldek only recently came forth during my private Akashic Records readings. I realized they had parallels to various elements of our zeitgeist, and so it felt relevant to discuss them in depth.

One of the things Maldek portrays, is how in certain circumstances individuals may drop their otherwise normal cognitive checks and balances to hold adoration for a fellow human being who promises to save them in a difficult situation, placing the figure on a pedestal almost beyond scrutiny. And how sometimes they’ll continue to do so past the most essential notions of common sense, even as leaders display behavior that’s entirely toxic, destructive, and devoid of integrity.

In some aspects, the near-unconditional adoration such figure of authority is afforded can sometimes be almost like worshiping a deity, God, etc. This is because the figure’s premise, i.e. what they appear to offer, replaces/occupies the place of the baseline sense of safety and trust (in a higher power, in existence, in their reality, in themselves, etc.) that those who hold the adoration have lost, and greatly lack within. This goes beyond specific beliefs or affiliations, i.e. whether you’re a “spiritual person”, if you believe in God, if you’re a skeptic, and so on. It’s something more elementary: your baseline notions of inherent confidence and self-worth, how you carry yourself, how you function as a human being, how adjusted to and protected you feel in your reality, and so on.

The personal experience of the individual who does the adoration, namely in terms of feeling unsafe, having their notions of reality broken, and/or of seeing a part of their ways of life threatened, may even have been felt like a “spiritual awakening” of sorts. In the sense something happened that seemed to break their confidence, and had them feel like the world “got more real”. There might be a perception the world they were living in was “false”, and what they’re being told now is “true”. All the while, seemingly paradoxically, now being willing to believe anything without filter, without maintaining space and distance for their inner discernment, accepting things at face value without pondering over them, etc. There is an aspect of “truth” and “awakening” to their perception, corresponding to the fact their inner traumas and insecurities are being shown to them in a closer, deeper manner. Yet, this may not imply the “new” input the figures of authority figures are offering them are, in fact, truthful, in integrity, and/or meant for their own good.

I wouldn’t go so far as to say there’s a 1-to-1 correlation between the Souls who came from Maldek and those on Earth who hold such perspectives, either transient or enduring. In other words, I could not state ALL with such views are those Souls who originally came from Maldek. I read individuals and not groups, so this is not an analysis I can make. Above all, my view is that the experience on Maldek can be seen as a TEMPLATE for the type of circumstances that give rise to this type of mentality and movements on Earth. Where a figure appears to promise to correct all wrongs and restore justice, yet in practice is taking advantage of fear, division, and prejudice, and actively preys and expands on those energies. Whereas, in similar circumstances of difficulty, a balanced/responsible leader would seek to enhance unity and cohesion instead.

The story of Maldek is also a testament to the role hardship can play in spiritual growth.

We all want to be and feel safe. All Souls invariably wish to go back to Source (because they belong to It) or as an alternative, to experience the blissful state of complete protection and unity when within Source, in their practical, direct experience. So the Soul wants to be well and feel safe as it is always seeking the Light and its own core essence (simultaneously) at all times. And these aspirations, these dreams, are legitimate. You are entitled to want, co-create, and move to, an existence of maximum unity and safety, as far as it’s feasible and appropriate to you and your path. Further, this text will not enshrine suffering as having some sort of moral virtue. There’s no virtue in suffering for suffering’s sake, and you shouln’t seek suffering in your life, nor advertise it for yourself or other being valorous in any way.

But it is important to afford leeway for the vicissitudes of your personal experience. Because these at some point, your path can involve challenge and hardship, either by the necessities of your karma, and/or because a challenge in the current moment may prepare you for, or even save you from, an even more difficult situation in the future.

This is also why Spirit can sometimes be reluctant to over-inform, over-promise, present overly detailed or descriptive information to the human selves. You may notice how in spiritual work, from any source, Spirit may not always be completely forthcoming. Sometimes Spirit may appear evasive, repeat/insist on old messages, or not seem to say all there’s to say. This can be appropriate and not just to make you connect all of the dots, or because of the limitations of the practitioner. Spirit knows the importance of exercising your own Free Will, as well as of giving themselves space and leeway to change and adapt according to your path’s necessities, depending on your decisions and how your experience is going. Sometimes, saying too much can and will limit the exercise of each of these roles: yours, which is of living your life; and Spirit’s, which is of guiding and overseeing it.

Sometimes you can and will find yourself in such a predicament and level of distress, that you’ll just want know what’s going on. You’ll want to be told if all will be well, and if you’ll get what you want, and when. And this is when you may ask or wish for predictions and promises from God. Which, again, is valid and legitimate, to some extent. But in any such situations there may also be some need for the human self to build up their intrinsic trust – or their faith if you will.

With a little more trust held by those on Maldek (which they didn’t have due to trauma), they would have been a little less intolerant to hardship. This would have allowed them some more leeway to endure situations of challenge, in turn giving them the chance to learn from them, and maybe give the planet a different chance at survival.

With a little more trust held within by Maldek’s leaders (which they didn’t have due to trauma), they would have been less prone to enter a mindset of survival themselves. This would give them a chance at persisting in a mode of service to others, rather than focusing on the survival of their own power, becoming part of a solution rather than the problem.

With a little more trust held by Maldek’s collective (which they didn’t have due to trauma), the planetary experience and their spiritual progress would have had a better chance of enduring rather than being lost, avoiding the need to restart the process.

In spiritual service, you don’t need predictions. You don’t need to be made promises. Or rather, these are only occasionally useful, spiritually speaking, and must be dispensed in a diligent manner. Promises and predictions can be harmful if offered too frequently. For Spirit, it’s of little use to offer you overly specific promises, or create expectations in you, that then have to be changed or adjusted for your own greatest good, risking causing you the impression of breach of trust. At the end of the day what you need most is, sometimes, to be able to trust: that you’re always being protected and overseen, and your highest interests are being safeguarded, regardless of what you see happening around you. It’s often this sense of trust that needs to be cultivated, and that can keep you safe and protected even in the darkest of times.

This is a difficult topic to approach, because it was a fall. It’s challenging to portray a fall in a good light, establish positive insights that uplift at the end, and end on a positive, hopeful note. On top of being a fall, two additional factors make it difficult to discuss. The first is that it’s truly spiritually recent in an akashic sense. It can be felt as if it “happened yesterday”, especially for anyone who participated, was involved, and/or resonates with the subject today. The second is that discussing it in depth, as I did here, can bring forth matters for the audience that can easily induce a questioning of Spirit. Because one will wonder, how was it possible? Who decided on doing this? Do things not always end well? It touches on our sense of safety in the present moment. Making this matter an inherently risky one to address and explore, including for myself as a source.

Notice how any such reaction will resonate with some of the core matters of the experience on Maldek itself, which were precisely about trusting or distrusting Spirit. So too did they ask then, “how can God allow this to happen?”. “How could this fail?”. For that was a core matter of Maldek’s experience.

The truth is that experience in physical comes with inherent risk, without exceptions. No matter how easy, safe, or balanced it is designed beforehand to be. All those who venture to it know this (it’s in fact a factor that adds weight and stakes to it). Even when those overseeing the experience decide to take care and pondered measures to address/regulate/placate certain aspects or potentials, you may easily be creating new ones, perhaps completely unforeseen or unexpected. And so falls do happen. And some of them are catastrophic, like in Maldek. Maldek certainly wasn’t the first experience in the Cosmos to end in a fall, and you can be certain it won’t be the last (but who knows?). Falls happen all the time. For instance, Atlantis on Earth also kept falling, repeatedly, culminating with a descent of the planet to 3D, and here we are today. And like back in Atlantis, as it was on Maldek, Spirit operates in ways that are to a large extent immeasurable to us, yet isn’t all-powerful to the point of being able to spare incarnated selves from all possible harm.

You have to contend with the incarnating selves’ Free Will. It’s a wildcard. In all planetary experiences of Free Will, you have Spirit’s clarity and wisdom playing a role, but you also have to contemplate the Free Will cumulatively implemented by those in the physical plane, operating from their own level of consciousness. This was true in Maldek, even if the circumstances for many participants were “softer”. Another thing to contend with, is karma. You have a popular expression today, “karma’s a bitch”, which is true, because it is. Those on Maldek weren’t operating from a clean slate, they all had underlying karmic values, often deep ones. And what they were in fact doing on Maldek, was seeking to recuperate and heal from such values, under the careful supervision of Spirit. But suppose the Souls on Maldek, at some point, on some level, collectively decided there was a “right” moment to purge their karma. Perhaps they had healed enough that they could finally endure it. In that case, you can believe nothing in the Universe could ultimately impede its manifestation.

Apart from the baseline risk any experience in the physical has, Maldek had no significant potentials of failure, neither at the very start of the experience, nor for the vast majority of the total time its cycles lasted. A testament to this was that the experience was working okay up until the latest developments deep into it, when the potential for failure began to be foreseen. If anything, Spirit underestimated how much even spiritually advanced entities would willingly choose to stagnate their spiritual progress, given enough of a reference of trauma/fear. All planetary experiences create their own emergent spiritual rhythms and patterns; on Maldek this established a certain pattern that could be called “leaving most hard work to the last minute”. This pattern created one big last-minute difficulty and point of failure, which the cycles of the planetary experience up until that point happened not to have been enough to surpass.

Spirit can do a lot; but it’s not Spirit that fundamentally has the power to save us. It is ourselves: our own sense of hope, safety, and trust, that keeps us under the Light, under the metaphysical laws of the Universe. And when we deviate from them, for example creating and/or because of trauma, we’ll have to find our way back, to our own sense of trust that can protect us. This is what these Souls were doing on Maldek.

It’s easier to look in retrospect and make assessments of the past with what’s know now. But why not gather many Souls in need in a place specially designed to care for them? Specialization can create benefits not found in other circumstances. Those on Earth do so all the time in asylums, eldercare, rehab centers, and the like. Likewise, when you have an especially sensitive Soul, or one that is going through a very delicate moment, there’s nothing wrong with the principle of catering for and accelerating their recovery by taking them away from normal circumstances, and placing them in a specialized environment, for a time. Still, there was another perspective that Spirit also readjusted since this time.

Maldek was a planetary experience that still followed an at-the-time current modality or “doctrine” (to a lack of better words) of homogeneity/specialization: a planetary population of Souls with broadly similar levels of awareness; similar elements of conscious perspectives, values, and priorities; similar intended spiritual lessons; and also possibly similar shared challenges, traumas, and karma. And when this “doctrine” worked, it worked well: you’d have a planet with a collective of homogeneous awareness, that tended to reach its graduation swiftly and in an easier manner, relatively speaking.

But this also tended to create a fairly rigid, inflexible form of consciousness, that found it somewhat difficult to change and adapt to new perspectives or challenges. Further, in those situations when this didn’t work, you could have a fail of an equally impactful and deep nature, given the homogeneous nature of the collective.

This is how the “doctrine” of heterogeneity/generalization for planetary experiments gained preponderance. A planetary population with varying levels of awareness, Cosmic originations, sets of core values and priorities, intended lessons, and challenges. Instead of a smooth social fabric, you’d have individuals of different spiritual characteristics mixed together, and interspacing different levels of advancement. Instead of everyone believing in the same, you’d have a tapestry of beliefs, priorities, and sensitivities, sometimes working harmoniously, sometimes not.

In this setting you would have more contrast, and therefore a potential for a higher degree of continued friction and instability. Yet, you would also have more opportunities for personal and collective growth, and integration of spiritual lessons. Remember you can incarnate as any race, gender, bias, social and cultural background, etc. of the planet you are in, which exponentiates the types of lessons you can acquire.

This tends to lend more resilience of the collective as a whole in the long run. The fairly regular “flow” of hardship could i) ensure spiritual progress is kept in motion, ii) maintain a core of principle, ideals and integrity in the collective consciousness at all times; and iii) foster the collective’s guards against failures that could become critical, with any fall/failures tending to be more localized than systemic. Progress in this setting could be more laborious and fragmented, full of “back-and-forth” movements, but also be able to achieve substantial forward motion overall, and allow some hope for a more wide, multi-faceted, and wise future, the more the experience goes on.

This is how planet Earth was since designed and is working today.

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