I’ve long had a question about whether the Astral Planes described by terrestrial spirits are somehow bounded and inhabited only by souls attached to Earth or whether, say, a Sirian would know the same Astral Planes.
In a recent message, SaLuSa, who identifies himself as a Sirian, described the higher Astral Planes as “the Summerlands,” which is a term common in terrestrial accounts.
In his July 28 message, SaLuSa turns his attention to the lower Astral Planes, the lowest of which is commonly called by terrestrial spirits the Dark Planes or the Winterlands. (1)
Unlike Matthew Ward, I’m led to believe that SaLuSa does not accept questions. So it isn’t possible just to ask outright to have a matter confirmed or denied. Therefore when he turns to a subject, it’s necessary to interpret what words he gives us.
What he says about the dark planes lines us with what terrestrial spirits say, which leads me to believe that the Astral Planes are not somehow restricted to a planet or star but extend without limit to all regions of space.
Here are his comments on the dark planes:
“The lack of Love allows the darkness to creep in, and causes separation and eventually the breakdown of matter. It reaches a point where it can no longer hold its form and disintegrates. If you have ever heard reports of what it is like in the lowest astral levels, you will know that the vibrations are so low that it is almost completely devoid of Light. More to the point matter is unable to hold its form and tends to fall apart.
“Imagine being a soul who has dropped to this level through their lack of Light. It is a miserable existence and is their Hell, because they have allowed their godsparks to become so dim. For those of you who are concerned about what happens to such souls, we can assure you that Angelic beings wait for them to express the desire to return to the Light.
“It is then that every assistance can be given to help them climb that steep hill that faces them on their journey back to it. Remember Dear Ones, no soul is left to flounder or without guidance no matter how far they have fallen.”
His description of the fate of residents of the Winterlands parallels those you’ll find, for instance, in New Maps of Heaven. I have often wondered why many of the residents of the Winterlands are represented as being somewhat grotesque in shape. SaLuSa’s explanation that”matter is unable to hold its form” makes sense.
Their existence is indeed miserable. Some of them have held high power, such as despotic kings like Henry VIII or dictators like Hitler and Mussolini, and are not only surprised but depressed and immobilized to find themselves in such forbidding circumstances after having had all power at their command.
This is the most likely destination of people who have followed Satanism, blown up the World Trade Center, caused earthquakes with HAARP, and brought deaths through pandemics, tainted vaccines, and chemtrails. No amount of deceit will assist them. Their fate is unerringly laid out.
Predominantly their environment is without heat and light. It is drab, dreary, comfortless. Their fellows are of the worst sort. On the Astral Planes, people are sorted out. If there are virtuous people in the Winterlands, it is because they have come down from the higher planes to serve.
Most people are thoroughly put off by the Dark Planes and their tours of duty are short. Occasionally one comes across a higher being who has stayed a long time to help and these beings are honored.
Angelic beings are in fact depicted as working among the denizens of the dark planes, waiting for some sign of a desire to embrace the Light. Indeed no soul is left to flounder no matter to what depth they have fallen.
Hell as religions depict it is a place of fire and brimstone to which souls are consigned forever. But the dark planes as terrestrial spirits describe them are devoid of fire and brimstone and no one remains there forever. All help is given those who wish to leave. If many remain there for long periods of time, it’s because they are stunned to find themselves in such inhospitable surroundings.
But more interesting to me than that is the fact that the dark planes for a Sirian are exactly the same as the dark planes for a terrestrial, which leads me to believe that the planes extend throughout the cosmos and are not divided into regions around planetary and stellar bodies.
(1) See the relevant chapters of New Maps of Heaven, at http://www.angelfire.com/space2/light11/nmh/nmh-index1.html.