March 13, 2011
Troy Tolley, Channel
Michael Speaks – Frequencies and M/F Energies
[MEntity] Hello to each of you. We are here. We will share on the requested topic of Frequency and Male/Female Energy Ratio.
First, we will point out that these two characteristics are those of Essence, and NOT of Personality, so they may or may not be obvious to those in a Body. The human body can accommodate the entire Frequency that is used to describe human sentience, and the Energy Ratio of the Body is relative to the gender.
[Excerpt from TT: 2007-07-01]
[Pathfinder] I wanted to follow up on the Nile incarnations. One of the therapies I’ve studied deeply is called Shen and I feel it comes from that same time frame in Egypt. In this life, there have been strifes with “founder” Richard Pavek and teachers veering off into Kairos etc, and it feels as if we are working through some leftovers from the Egypt and later times. Can you tell us more of this?
[Excerpt from TT: 2007-06-17]
In what time frame and location area were the most of us Michael students incarnate & interacting at the same time?
[Michael_Entity] Nearly all of our students (approximately 100,000 of you) were incarnated within the areas known as The Nile River in Egypt and Mesopotamia between the years of 2500 and 1700 BCE before the invasion by the Hyksos, which ruined what we often refer to as one of our “Golden Ages” with our students.
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[Excerpt from TT: 2005-04-03]
[faldec] What is the significance, if any, of the bodies excavated at site 117 in Jebel Sahaba in Upper Egypt? It seems an unusual burial site for Egyptians because of the fact the bodies appeared to be buried with wounds and the weapons still in the bodies.
[M Entity] The significance will be relative and subject to interpretation, but the reality of a prehistoric “holocaust” would be valid. This appears to be the result of a growing division among local communities over the use of foods and the level of responsibility required of each other to provide for all vs. the hoarding for the stronger, more privileged. Surprisingly, it was those who stood for the equality of all who were able to slaughter those who would otherwise leave those less-able without foods.