The following information is from Chapter 15 of Ascension Insights, Volume 1:
Years ago, Asur’Ana looked around and said “This dance must end. It is too painful, too horrific, too sad.” Who was it that looked through Asur’Ana and said this? The Source of One had its first glimpse at the dance through the eyes of Asur’Ana only a few years ago. We have intervened to make possible a new tomorrow. However, we will not do it for humanity; each in human form must ascend themselves out of their own violence. We make possible the map, and healing temples to support human evolution. Such temples are available during dreamtime or meditation if you are having a tough ascension moment.
We take a moment now to define the 18 healing temples for ascension. These are temples that hold blueprints of records that one may assess holographically and compare their own biological records to. If one has lost records, such temples will assist each in recovering all that has been lost so that one may proceed forward in their ascension. Such temples will also assist in the revealing and clearing of karma necessary to ascend. These temples are now overseen and administered by solar counsels along with the One Source.
The following temples are available unto each mastering 1,800 to 3,000 segments in this lifetime. These temples sit within one’s own Aurora, which is created through the larger chakras that sit in the core of Earth. One follows one’s own grounding chakras under the feet to gain access to one’s temples; or one can pull one’s temples around oneself during meditation or at night by pulling them up the chakras into one’s home or hotel room. There are angels and guardians associated with Earth’s dream for ascending initiates that administer all healing in collaboration with one’s oversoul and source.
1. Temple of Interconnection
This temple assists one in connecting with their source if they have lost their connection. The temple with support of Earth and all species therein holds all connections for all Source Groups related to Earth. As one visits the temple, a more effortless connection to source shall be provided. Read more