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In case you didn’t read the comments yesterday, I am reprinting something offered by Lauri. (Thank you Lauri!). It speaks for itself…

“The Aramaic word that Jesus used that has been translated into “evil” is “bisha.”  Bisha does not mean evil.  It means “unripe.”  This invites us into a deep reflection on that which we are tempted to judge as evil.  From the perspective of the Aramaic Jesus, there is no evil, only that which has not yet come to its own ripeness/maturity.  As in the fruit on the tree, we don’t condemn that which is unripe, we simply continue to tend to its growth and wait patiently for the moment when it comes to its full ripening, when it can then be harvested and its fruits enjoyed.”

Although I don’t speak the language, I have studied it some, and Aramaic strikes me as a very pure form of the language we use today. It is the language spoken by Yeshua and Magdalene, and so much of its root has been convoluted and turned into the current languages that reflect so much more of duality. The word ‘bisha’ is clearly a 5D word, as it takes something we have been mired in for centuries (the idea of evil), and with a slight shift of consciousness turns it into something so much more embraceable.









The word evil is found in the bible, in the story of the Garden of Eden, but we know that the word is translated from Aramaic, and so it is easy to see where the corruption of the consciousness began. Words, as I am so fond of saying, create the world. When we shift from a word like bisha to the word evil, the whole world changes with it. It’s time to start speaking a higher language again.


It’s a big part of the way we can create the new world. If we want to ascribe this process to an archetype (planet), that would be Quaoar. Quaoar delivers us new thinking. The word bisha relates to both a very new world AND an original world. This demonstrates the fact that there is no separation between these worlds, nor is there any time… not when you look at it from the higher (5D)  perspective.


We are returning to the Garden, and it is our intention (and purpose) to get it right this time. This time we are not falling into separation, we are rising back to unity. It is vital to defy gravity, which tends to pull us back into the polarized world. But as we do lift our Selves out of the duality we can See that it never really existed.


It is that focus that we must hold on to. We are here to hold the space for the new world, which is actually the original world. What we focus on becomes our world. What we speak creates the world. Diligent discipline is essential now. We have all mastered this process. There is no excuse for falling back into Self-condemnation and judgment when we already know it is the cause of the endless circle that has kept us stuck in linear time for so long.


Today the retrograde Mercury manifests with Quaoar. I chose to write this AFTER the discussion above, but they are exactly the same statements. When Mercury goes direct and manifests with (trines) Quaoar again (for the third time), this process of conscious creation of the new world out of our thoughts and words can and will become our new way of existing here on this planet.


The Sun moves into Taurus today too. Taurus is the place in our energy field where we let go of the old belief systems and plant our Selves in new ground. Ceres and Sedna are currently transiting Taurus and await the life giving energies of the Sun’s presence in a few weeks.


It’s a new chapter that is emerging out of the events that are taking place this week. Stay tuned in to your higher Self.


“You’re not the doer of action.
The life force is.

Your self-definitions are constantly
being exposed as limits, so you
may outgrow them.

Without self-definition, one remains
as immeasurable as the heavens.”

❤ ~Mooji