In the event you’re not a history nerd like me, you may not be aware of the Rosetta Stone.
Not the online company that teaches foreign languages Rosetta Stone, but the actual, original Rosetta Stone.
Bear with me for a brief explanation.
The Rosetta Stone was discovered in the ruins of an ancient Egyptian temple in 1799. Up until that time, nobody had been able to decipher the hieroglyphics that covered the walls of many ancient buildings in Egypt, because that particular written language hadn’t been used for about 2,000 years. The Stone contains a decree written by some priests in hieroglyphics, then rewritten in ancient Egyptian, then–and here is the breakthrough–rewritten in ancient Greek.
Scholars at the time could read ancient Greek, so the key to unlock the mystery of hieroglyphics was found.
I suspect that the scientists doing the translating probably had lived one or more lives in ancient Egypt as well, and had some subconscious memories to help them along, but I digress.
So what does this little history lesson have to do with spirituality, you may well be asking.
As usual, Jasper has the answer to that question, and he gets to play dress-up to enlighten us.
I won’t go into great detail about his costume this time. Let me just say that he has adopted Rosetta Stone as his new favorite drag name. Get the picture?
He says that when we’re incarnated here, we have to use a language to communicate with each other, and even to communicate with ourselves. We also use that same language to talk to our guides, and they respond in kind. It makes everything easier to understand that way.
So everything is hunky-dory in our little world as long as we don’t try to expand our minds and our concept of how the universe is structured.
When we’re at home on the other side, there is no language. All thoughts are shared by every other energy there, and unconditional love is the only emotion present, so language is completely unnecessary.
I think this may be getting a little confusing for our puny human minds, so let me get to the point.
When we’re confined to these human bodies, we need languages to communicate with each other, ourselves and our guides.The universe as a whole needs no language at all. How can we possibly hope to learn things about how the universe functions without a way to communicate with it?
Enter Rosetta Stone dressed as a Flamenco dancer, right down to the castanets.
Our guides speak our language because they are a part of us, but they are also living on the other side, so they speak the language of the universe as well! Problem solved.
Simply put, staying in close communication with your guide puts you in direct contact with the universe at large, making your learning possibilities endless.
Until next time, I wish you love and light.