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THE PRISM OF LYRA



The Whole understood that the purpose of this experience 

was to learn to reintegrate from a point of separation. But 

how? As individual souls or in groups the fragments sought 


out the universe that was just created. The Dimensional In- 

fusion not only created a consciousness fragmentation, but it 

also created the stars, planets, gases, and molecules that make 

up physical reality. However, physical reality represents only 


a few of the energy frequencies that emerged from the frag- 

mentation.


As science has discovered, matter is densified energy vibrat- 

ing at a specific rate. Every aspect of the universe is made up 

of energy. In Earth technology it has not yet been discovered 


how to measure certain portions of reality. If technology pos- 

sessed this ability, an infinite number of gateways into time, 

space and dimension would be seen. For the time being, the 


seven frequency levels that Earth's galactic family fragmented 

into by passing through the Prism of Lyra will be explored 

below. From this point forward the term ''density" will be 

used in reference to these frequency levels.



FIRST DENSITY: Awareness as a point; Physical matter.

This frequency level is the most basic. It provides the mat- 


ter and energy for the creation of atoms and molecules. The 

basic life forms of mineral and water, for example, are all 

operating from first-density frequency. Humans possess this 

frequency within themselves as well. It makes up the basic 


genetic codes.


SECOND DENSITY: Awareness as a line; Biological mat- 

ter; Development of group or species identity.


The consciousness expressed by second-density vibration 

does not possess self-awareness (or ego). Most species within 

the plant and animal kingdoms exist here; however, their 


placement in density depends upon many additional factors, 

including the presence or absence of ego.


THIRD DENSITY: Volumetric awareness; Ego; Loss of 

group identity, development of individual identity; Ability to


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