Friday, March 11, 2011

Chapter 9 --- year 9

I Am Adam
Chapter 9 – year 9

This is the continuing blog about the book I Am Adam by J.T.Twerell. For a copy of the book Click here.

This is a chapter that has met a real diverse response from readers. The main struggle seems to be with those who see this approach to eternity as a reincarnation. In the true meaning of the word, which is a re entering of the soul, then this is a form of reincarnation. However, it is not as a punishment, or a trial to move up the food chain, it is a series of voluntary stops in the eternal journey of the soul.

Sun wakes in eternity, and has every sense that she is still a living being on earth.  Because she is an original creation for the earth, she has never been in the eternal prior to this time. I remember the first time I visited Paris, a city that I truly love. It was a tremendous experience that literally saturated every part of my being. Last year I returned to Paris, and once again felt a great joy. But this time I carried a remembrance of all I learned on my first visit, and I now was able to add to that experience. In a simplified example, that is the experience of our eternal journey. While we journey here on earth, we are away from all that we love and know, but when we return, the joy is overwhelming and we now carry on with the knowledge we have gained in our other experiences.

In the Christian community (of which I am a part) the resistance to this is rather acute. I find this interesting in that Jesus clearly demonstrates that he came from heaven and returns. God tells Jeremiah and David that he knew them before they were in their mother's womb. Moses and Elisha meet Jesus and Peter on the mount of transfiguration, and they are in their actual eternal forms. 

The historical church has resisted this concept of eternal life, largely because of the threat of hell and punishment if we don’t do the life journey according to the rules. This positive journey described in I Am Adam precludes the concept of hell. The unconditional love of God is not out to put us on trial; it is there to support us in our journey so we can better understand the true power of love and light.

Domatarious has Sun evaluate her journey, without fear or judgment, so she can better understand what she learned on earth. She is invited to return to earth and experience life from a different perspective so she can learn even more about the power of love. As Dom says, she cannot fail in her journey, for there is no pass or failure, just understanding.

We do see that Eve has deeper insight because she is not only an old soul; she is actually Satari in a new earth form.

The ceremony of celebration in the end of the chapter is the beginning of earth worship and spiritual understanding. I realize that a lot of this may be difficult to grasp, but I hope the reader will allow the challenge to be a place of growth and not anger. We don’t have to all agree on how God works, we simply need to respect each others journey. Let me know your thoughts in the comment section or write to me at