Franklin Merrell-Wolff must be one of the least known of sages while being among the most advanced.
Archangel Michael tells me here that I can rely on his information, given while in the body, as reflecting 7th-11th dimensional insight. (1)
Since Franklin describes such things as the “High Indifference” … using terminology that no one else uses … how do we know what he’s talking about?
Along comes our guide Archangel Michael and informs us that the High Indifference refers to the 11th Dimension. Bingo. We connect two more dots to make a new map of heaven. … And, yes, I won’t forget the rivers (see below).
Archangel Michael in a personal reading with Steve Beckow through Linda Dillon, Jan. 18, 2020.
Steve: A question about Franklin Merrell-Wolff . What level of enlightenment or dimension did he achieve?
Archangel Michael: He primarily operates in the 7th to the 11th
Steve: Okay, because he speaks about the Transcendental and I don’t know if he’s pointing to [seventh-chakra enlightenment,] Brahmajnana, which was the first taste of the Transcendental, or [the Transcendental] beyond the 12th dimension?
AAM: No, he did not travel beyond.
Steve: So, when I read him, and it’s such a rich book, (2) I don’t know how to map the experiences that he talks about. The high indifference, what dimension was that?
AAM: When you think of high indifference, it is not a matter of not caring but it it is a matter of the clarity of perspective and the clarity of perspective is a trait of mastery so that is the 11th dimension.
Steve: Isn’t that interesting. When did he break through… Let me rephrase that. When did he break away from the third dimension. Which of his experiences was that?
AAM: Actually, he broke away from the restriction, shall we say it that way, of the third dimension long before he ever started to truly practice or write.
Steve: So, he was always doing it as an ascended being?
AAM: That is correct.
Steve: Oh, okay, so I can safely read his experiences as 5th to 11th dimensional?
Steve: So any other help in trying to map it?
AAM: What we want you to do is to not map it and we mean it in this way. You love, Sweet One, to be able to…
Steve: To map!
AAM: …to map and to put things in their neat little corners and niches.
AAM: … But what this experience (and it is a beautiful experience that he has shared) what you are seeing and how we want you to see it is more how the river flows – the fluidity, the movement.
When you map it, what you tend to do is input Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and say, “I will visit these places.” Rather create the rivers that join all the experiences.
Steve: Okay, thank you. That’s very helpful.
(1) I now wonder what Sri Ramana Maharshi’s true dimensionality may have been. I simply assume that he broke through to the Fifth, but perhaps not; perhaps higher.
(2) Franklin Merrell-Wolff wrote:
Pathways Through to Space. A Personal Record of Transformation in Consciousness. New York: Julian Press, 1973.
Philosophy of Consciousness without an Object. Reflections on the Nature of Transcendental Consciousness. New York: Julian Press, 1973.