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Lena Rodriguez Has A Question For Richard Burton.... And Jesus

Lena: “Assuming Jesus was an actual historical Jewish figure - has Jesus ever reincarnated as a mortal having an earth life?”

Ann: Richard, can you address this?

Richard Burton: Good morning, Madame, I apologize for waking you so early, but we have much to accomplish today.

Lena, love, it is always a pleasure to hear from you. Did you but know it, I have been by your side on various occasions over recent times. Our association, love, goes back, and with your abilities or those with whom you are in contact you may want to get some more specifics on that. I believe we have much to discuss.

Regarding your question today, I am sorry to say that it is above my pay grade. Jesus is a revelatory energy, an energy that gives light and revitalizes those of us still in bodily form so that we can continue along his way. First and foremost he is a teacher, an expanded and elevated consciousness that gives succor and learning to those on the earth, yes, and also to those in other dimensions. Suffice it to say, he is a very busy personage, but never too busy to speak with anyone who calls his name.

Which, Lena, in your own way you have done today so I will let him speak for himself.

Jesus: (Smiling) Lena, you have no need to ask for intercessory assistance when what you really want is direct connection, so it is in that spirit that I offer the following:

No, I have not reincarnated. I caused enough havoc the one time around as you may have noticed. It is said that one should not take the Lord’s name in vain, but heaven help us, that pastime seems to be rampant and has been since the beginning.

It is very hard in this world to cleave to the teachings of Spirit while making our various ways from birth to death, and it is there that I offer my assistance. We do not come here to perfect an organism. We come to craft an imperfect compromise between spirit and matter, and, in that process, to create in our own beings an extension, a unique extension, of the multiversal creative energy.

Making the world was not any easy task and was not done in the snap of heavenly fingers. The seven day analogy, along with many other creation myths, was just that, an analogy, meant to describe in story or poetic form that which could not be expressed in more concrete terms. The story recreates the energy and the energy creates life – or at least that is the concept.

Each person is asked to do the same, understanding that whatever is achieved on this planet will be rooted in humility and acceptance of the old adage that the perfect is the enemy of the good. We die if we try to be perfect, not just our bodies, but our souls inch by precious inch.

Sometimes we may think that there is no more creative energy in our pores, but that is the very time when we have hit pay dirt because then nothing stands between your soul and your Creator. That is when creation, microcosmic creation, occurs in each magnificent soul. This is when the seeds of our unique contributions become fruitful.

I, like Richard and numerous others, walk with you in the grey dawn when nothing is clear except our assurance that the sun still rises in every heart that asks for recognition and purpose.

October 11, 2021

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