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Kahuna - British Museum Deity Images showing the Higher spirit

Identifier

003099

Type of Spiritual Experience

Background

The Secret Science Behind Miracles – Max Freedom Long

 through the higher spirit a still higher form of mentation gave it exact knowledge of the past, the present and the  part of the future that had been determined in advance...... Information concerning the future [is] had from the Higher self ... at the moment it is crystalised and on its way to becoming a fact in the future . 

The uncrystallised future is not to be seen according to the kahuna

In the picture below...

Right:  British museum piece showing a sceptre with the double ‘god’ above the head

 Left: Another deity image; on one face zig-zags in relief between sunk triangles serrated edges - attached to it is a plaited tail of fibre bound at the end with fine cord with remains of feather plumes, now taken off as being a separate object.  The zig zags as in all shamanic cultures represents energy and spiritual experience

Bottom  - British Museum piece showing the image of a shamanic/god figure made of wood and coir with an openwork panel to the handle of which are bound two short sticks. One corner figure is missing.

A description of the experience

The source of the experience

Kahuna

Concepts, symbols and science items

Concepts

god
God
Higher spirit

Science Items

Activities and commonsteps

Activities

Commonsteps

References