Are Humans being grown and harvested?

Frederick Dodson

Frederick Dodson

 

In my 2019 Book “The Pleiades and Our Secret Destiny” I wrote the following:

If these veils were not firmly ingrained in our minds, we’d be free and already part of a galactic society of peace and prosperity. Free energy, interstellar travel, teleportation, instant healing and possibly even time travel would not be mocked as “impossible” but considered normal, or at least worthy of research.

The problem with that is that then Planet Earth would no longer be a place where souls come to balance out negative karma. It would no longer be a place of harvesting a select few every couple of thousand years. So there is a positive purpose to hiding the greater truths from us, one of them being: It is our task, as individuals, to regain them.

What? Did this author just say humans are harvested? Yes, he did. And if you look at the big picture, it doesn’t sound all that crazy. Charles Darwin tells of a process of “natural selection” and “survival of the fittest”. Religion tells us that only the pure reach Heaven. Can you see how both of these stories essentially refer to a process of selection?

The idea that humans are crop to be grown and harvested can seem scary or inspiring, depending on your viewpoint. Just like the image above can appear either scary or beautiful, depending on viewpoint and context.

The concept of Harvest is scary when it’s portrayed like in the 1999 movie “The Matrix” where humans are artificially grown and their energy harvested like batteries. It is inspiring when we imagine it as a kind of game-show where we do our best to “get selected”. One is what I call the Gnostic point of view, the other is the Abrahamic point of view

So is life on Earth like a contest where you go through different tests and levels? Is that why we have such a fascination with shows like ‘American Idol’ or sports competitions? Or is it more of a conspiracy and we are caught on a prison planet? Or is it neither? It’s wise to consider every possibility. A mind that fixes itself on one answer and no longer entertains other possibilities, loses awareness.

Our most famous ancient scriptures seem to hint at the possibility that we are grown and harvested. The most famous example is the story of Noah and the Flood, which involved keeping the “best seed alive” while destroying the rest. The Bible says it’s going to happen again “at the end of the age”. Jesus kept speaking about fields and harvest until finally, in  Matthew 13:36-39 he explained:

Then he left the crowd and went into the house. His disciples came to him and said, “Explain to us the parable of the weeds in the field.” He answered, “The one who sowed the good seed is the Son of Man. The field is the world, and the good seed stands for the people of the kingdom. The weeds are the people of the evil one, and the enemy who sows them is the devil. The harvest is the end of the age, and the harvesters are angels.”

According to this, the purpose of life on earth is to grow humans and then harvest their souls. In this context it’s interesting to note that, across many cultures, “death” is often portrayed as a Being holding a sickle (such as “The Grim Reaper” in my culture).

And the idea is not limited to Abrahamic Religion. Buddhist sources say this about Enlightenment:

“Buddhism of the Harvest: The Buddhism directed toward the salvation of those who received the seeds of Buddhahood in their lives through the practice of Buddhism in their past existences. The process by which The Buddha leads people to Enlightenment may be divided into three stages called sowing, maturing, and harvesting” Source

Is that to say that if I achieve the “Enlightenment”, I’m ripe for harvesting?

And what if this has gone on over many ages? If you recall my books on Atlantis, there are accounts of many civilizations having come and gone over the last hundreds of thousands of years. Mythology tells us of many human and human-like cultures being created and destroyed. Some, such as those of the Mayans, the Egyptians and the Sumerians, speak of a few specimen being saved before the rest were discarded in global cataclysmic destruction.

So is earth merely a Laboratory for growing quality-human?

And if it’s true that we are being grown and harvested: Is it as food for an alien race? Or is it to join a heavenly realm as worthy members? Big difference.

I don’t know the answer to these questions. Because I’m a happy person, I prefer to believe that life is school and those who learn its lessons move up to the next level in the afterlife. It’s like job-training. Then, in the afterlife, you get the job. That’s pretty long job-training, isn’t it?  This Belief is true to me, based on everything I have read and experienced. I don’t believe we are food for aliens, at least not our souls.

Even if it weren’t true that life is a school, it’s a useful thing to believe, because it ensures a personal investment in growth. If I believed that my destiny is to be eaten by some alien, it all wouldn’t matter. You know that some schools of thought actually believe in this? Carlos Castaneda, a bestselling and very popular shamanic author of the 70s to 90s, believed that we are destined to be eaten up after we die, unless we achieve certain spiritual powers to avert it at the moment of death. I read the books as a teenager, but was never happy with their pessimistic outlook. Sadly, Castanedas fame ended when in the late 90s several of his companions were found dead at different places, having commit suicide. That’s a good example of how I pursuing negative belief-systems usually ends in negative results. No surprise there.

If I’ll imagine anything negative, it has to be to my benefit. I’ll imagine that my negative emotions – fear and hate – are food for negative beings. That helps me steer clear of those emotions.

Ridiculously optimistic beliefs tend to attract beneficial health, wealth and well-being into your life. So go ahead and live your life as if a harvest is coming and you;d like to be chosen, if that gives your life context and purpose. But if it doesn’t empower you, if it puts you under pressure or makes you obsess about perfection or feel guilty when you make a mistake, then drop the belief. Beliefs are not set in stone, they are vehicles to get you from one place to another.

So when is the next harvest due? That doesn’t matter. This whole thing about “end times” and “last days” seems like an Ego-Preoccupation to me. All predicted dates for the end of the world have turned out to be false and new ones made every year. What’s the point? Your true self just wants to enjoy the today with no worry of tomorrow. It doesn’t want to prepare for the worst by stocking up on supplies and reading doomsday materials. It wants to live in the trust that all is well. It’s the Ego that’s eventually going to die, so it’s naturally worried about anything. But your essence never dies. Abide in your essence and all will always be well.

Here’s another optimistic thought: Winning the game of life and moving on up to the next level is easy: Be Loving. That’s not too much asked, right?

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