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DIMENSIONAL INFUSION



remember past and cognize the future while retaining 

present awareness.


This is the density where human beings emerge. It is a vibra- 

tion that creates the illusion of separation and thus a chal- 

lenge toward awakening. Presently humanity is going 

through a transition period into fourth-density reality which 


can account for the many rapid changes the human race is un- 

dergoing. This is the frequency that expresses the most 

separation from the Whole. It is from here that many lessons 


about integration are learned. This is the most intense of all 

levels in its cultivation of growth within the Self.


Cetaceans (dolphins and whales) presently exist simul- 

taneously in third and fourth densities and are transitioning 

out of third along with humanity. The consciousness of 

primates exists in third density as well. The evolution of 


primates is becoming increasingly apparent, as one begins to 

observe them displaying several characteristics that were 

once thought of as indigenous only to humans (such as lan- 


guage acquisition and pathological behavior).


FOURTH DENSITY: Containment of volumetric aware- 

ness; Superconsciousness; Reintegration of group identity 

without loss of ego identity; As vibration increases, percep- 

tion of past, present, and future become more fluid along with 


the ability to interface with multidimensional and multiden- 

sity realities; Negatively oriented consciousness becomes 

more difficult to maintain.


Presently on Earth, fourth-density reality is overlapping 

third. In humanity's case, this can account for the increased 


desire for unity, peace, and unconditional love as opposed to 

the illusion of separation that characterizes third density. The 

vibratory rate of one's reality is stepped up, and therefore one 


may be faced with personal issues in a much more rapid and 

intense way. It is easy to see how this is coming into play with 

the thousands of individuals upon Earth who are in therapy, 

in substance-abuse programs, and engaging in humanistic ef-




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