November 9, 2009
Troy Tolley, Channel
MICHAEL SPEAKS – Open Floor
[Michael Entity] Hello to each of you. We are here with you now.
[Question] Will Michael please comment on Drunvalo Melchizedek’s claims and the flower of life seminar about mass ascension into Christ Consciousness around 2012?
May 15, 2010
Troy Tolley, Channel
Michael Speaks – Open Floor
[MEntity] Hello to each of you. We are here. We will begin the queue now.
[Question] Hello Michael, my question is regarding Cadence mates. Could you please elaborate on that connection…How do they function with each other? how do they work together to accomplish their global job?
[MEntity] We would first point out that our term “Cadence” refers to any group of 7 with a relative resonance, which means that a Cadre is a Cadence of Entities, for instance. We point this out because we know that many students use the term to refer to the smallest grouping of 7 fragments of a single Role as cast within an Entity.
[Excerpt from TT: 2010-05-15]
[Question] I’ve just started recognizing the differences in intensity and extremes between different soul ages and different internal monadal experiences as an effect on how Chief Features display. Is this true for all of the various overleaves — i.e., even frequencies and energies? As a general rule, is the slide between negative and positive poles less dramatic with age and experience?
What is true humility, and what is true pride – as opposed to, respectively, self-abasement and chest-thumping?
[Troy] This is a great question, especially when a Chief Feature having a “positive pole” seems a contradiction. According to my work with Michael, they have commented on why Chief Negative Features can never, truly be “positive” and that is because the entire premise of a Chief Negative Feature is that it is based in DIVISION, or Separation. The negative pole usually describes a division that is BOTH within the self and between the self and the external world, whereas the positive pole describes a closure of the division within, but then remaining standing in division from the world.