After several years of letting my research into the Joseph Code gather dust, both literally and figuratively, I felt compelled to complete my research and write the book. At first I hesitated, not knowing where to start. There was still much about the code that was a mystery to me. It was then that I felt as though something was telling me that if I just starting writing the answers would come. Lo and behold, as I started writing, an intuitive voice guided me and helped me fill in the blanks. It was as though the book was writing itself, and I was just the channel for the recording of the information.
I have since come to understand that the Joseph Code is a portal to higher dimensions. Since completing the book, I have had numerous intuitive contacts with those on the "Other Side."
I began to see that my attraction to certain things like Faerie art was a result of being exposed to the portal opening energy contained within the geometry and numerology of the code. I also came to understand that there are numerous Guides and Ascended Masters out there waiting to lend a hand and enlighten us to our true calling. Here are the ones I have come to know best:
Melchizedek - Melchizedek was a priest-king who greeted and blessed Abram (Abraham) after he had defeated the forces of the four kings who had invaded Sodom, raided the city and taken a group of people, including his nephew Lot, as captives. Abram, in turn, gave Melchizedek a tithe of all he had. The Melchizedek tradition is also mentioned in the Psalms and the New Testament book of Hebrews.
Later branded as a heretic sect in early Christian literature, the Melchizedekites viewed Melchizedek as a great heavenly power and as a son of God, superior to Jesus. Jesus received adoption by God for his faith and obedience and became a participating member of the divine hierarchy after the order of Melchizedek. In the Qumran Melchi text, Melchizedek seems to take on the role of the messiah of David.
Traditionally, Melchizedek embodied the roles of both king and priest and served as the intermediary of a corporate revelation of the “Christ” or messiah. The kingdom of God on earth can then be viewed as a kingdom that was born into the hearts of men and then manifested on earth as a corporate expression of that kingdom.
Jesus of Nazareth - An Essene Nazarite, prophet, teacher and mystic who sought to bring peace to a troubled world. The early Jewish Christian sects did not believe that Jesus was a literal virgin born “Son of God”. It was the view of the inner circle of original followers that it was by spiritual adoption that Jesus had become a king and high priest in the order of Melchizedek. As the avatar of Melchizedek, he is the revelator of forgiveness, spiritual unity and healing for the mind, body and spirit. His core teaching was based on love and the unity of God and man.
He taught that the Kingdom of God was within the hearts of men, but that revelation had been lost and replaced with a disjointed and egocentric view of the world, and an over-emphasis on outward form and ritual. After the crucifixion he went on a spiritual journey where he met Melchizedek and was able to balance the Akashic records. As the early Thomas Christians and others interpreted it, Jesus did not come to save men from individual sins as much as he came to save men from themselves. The power of his truth was in his teaching, not in the supposed cultic blood-ritual of his sacrifice.
His message was later co-opted by the Apostle Paul who never met him but claimed knowledge of a special revelation delivered by Jesus himself. This led to the changing of Jesus' story in the New Testament, resulting in much confusion as to who Jesus really was in the context of history.
Mary Magdalene - Downgraded in the New Testament texts as a woman from whom Jesus had cast out a perfect number of seven demons, she is one of the most misunderstood and mischaracterized figures in the Bible. Her name literally means "Myrrh of the Tower". The Hebrew name Mary is likely derived from the word for myrrh. Magdalene means "of the tower". She has been characterized as everything from a converted prostitute to Jesus' lover or even his wife. I have come to believe that she was actually Jesus' beloved sister and had a special role among the women who followed him. She was at the cross and was among the first to see him after he emerged from the tomb. The exaltation of Jesus' mother Mary to a position of perpetual virginity among the Gentile followers of Paul likely led to her blood relationship with Jesus being completely obscured.
Shiva - Shiva’s many forms mean there are various identities or archetypes to identify with. Use Shiva as a guide when: When practicing yoga or trying to commit to a more meditative lifestyle. When one part of your life is destroyed—perhaps by losing a job—and a new opportunity springs out of that loss. When you need protection. You might call upon Shiva as you embark on an emotional or even physical journey.
Shakti - Shakti, one of the most important goddesses in the Hindu pantheon, is really a divine cosmic energy that represents feminine energy and the dynamic forces that move through the universe. Shakti is also called Devi or mahadevi, assuming different roles as Sati, Parvati, Durga Shakti, who is responsible for creation and can also be an agent of change. Shakti is often manifested to destroy demonic forces and restore balance.
Lakshmi - Goddess Lakshmi or Mahalakshmi is the consort of Mahavishnu, the Preserver. She is the resplendent goddess of wealth and prosperity who provides the beings with all kinds of material abundance. She is a protector as well as bestower. She bestows upon deserving people according to their past karma and degrees of devotion. She also protects from ill health and adversity.
Ganesh - Also known as Ganapati is immediately recognizable as the elephant-headed god. He is the god of wisdom and learning, as well as the remover of obstacles, and consequently the sign of auspiciousness.
Krishna - Is the original father of ourselves and everything else. He is the origin of each and every one of us. He is our father, our mother, our refuge, our support, our most dear friend. When we speak of Krishna, we are speaking of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the cause of all causes, the original person.
Airmed - Airmid, also known as Airmed or Airmeith, is the Celtic Goddess of the Healing Arts. She was a member of the Tuatha De Danaan, the most ancient race of deities in Ireland and just as they did, she had great magical powers. It is believed that Airmid still works as a Physician, spending much of her time healing Faeries, Elves and humans; bringing them all back to good health through her practical knowledge and amazing magical skills.
Brighid - In Celtic and Irish mythology, Brigit or Brighid is the daughter of the Dagda. Like Airmed, she is one of the Tuatha Dé Danann. Brigid is is a goddess of healing and is considered the patroness of poetry, useful and inspired wisdom, smithing, medicine, arts and crafts, cattle and other livestock, and spring. She is also a goddess of fertility and is said to lean over every cradle. She is also associated with the sovereignty and the protection of her isles and the sea. She also is associated with fire. Any type of fire symbolism, including light, candles, illumination, heat, warmth or sunrises also belong to this goddess. Brighid’s fire is truly the fire of creativity. It is responsible for the kindling of the earth in early Spring, the kindling of sexual passion, the kindling of the body in healing, the kindling of the heart in poetry and song, the kindling of the mind in science and craft.
Isis - Isis is an ancient Egyptian goddess, associated with the earlier goddess Hathor, who became the most popular and enduring of all the Egyptian deities. Her name comes from the Egyptian Eset, ("the seat") which referred to her stability and also the throne of Egypt as she was considered the mother of every pharaoh through the king's association with Horus, Isis' son. Her name has also been interpreted as Queen of the Throne, and her original headdress was the empty throne of her murdered husband Osiris.
She is regularly portrayed as the selfless, giving, mother, wife, and protectress, who places other's interests and well-being ahead of her own. She was also known as Weret-Kekau ("the Great Magic") for her power and Mut-Netjer, "Mother of the Gods" but was known by many names depending on which role she was fulfilling at the moment. As the goddess who brought the yearly inundation of the Nile which fertilized the land she was Sati, for example, and as the goddess who created and preserved life she was Ankhet, and so on.
In time, she became so popular that all gods were considered mere aspects of Isis and she was the only Egyptian deity worshiped by everyone in the country. She and her husband and son replaced the Theban Triad of Amon, Mut, and Khons, who had been the most popular trinity of gods in Egypt. Osiris, Isis, and Horus are referred to as the Abydos Triad. Her cult began in the Nile Delta and her most important sanctuary was there at the shrine of Behbeit El-Hagar, but worship of Isis eventually spread to all parts of Egypt. Both men and women served Isis as clergy and no doubt rituals concerning her worship were conducted along the lines of other deities: a temple was built as her earthly home which housed her statue and this image was reverently cared for by the priests and priestesses.