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August 4, 2010



 
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Section IV

 
8.  Spiritual Messengers of the Times


     Three contemporary mystics embody the doctrine of the heart, and explore the hidden dimensions of Self and the Cosmos.   These include: two native spiritual elders,  Sequoyah Trueblood, born in the United States in 1939, and currently living on a reserve south of Montreal, Quebec; Willaru Huayta, an Incan messenger from Peru; and Adi Da, described by devotees as the Divine World Teacher, an Avatar, the promised “God-man.”  These contemporary mystics and masters provide remarkable teachings about the sacredness of life, the origin of humankind, the extra-dimensional nature of human consciousness, spirit and soul; and the Way of the Heart.

    

8a. Sequoyah Trueblood:
On the Mamos & the Sacred Law of Origin

“I define spirit as the mind of God 
in motion here on Mother Earth.”
Sequoyah Trueblood (in Mack, 1999)
      Sequoyah Trueblood was born in the USA on December 15, 1940 to a German-English mother and Native American father.   He is a blood member of the Choctaw nation, with Cherokee and Chickasaw roots. Sequoyah has lived a remarkable life, overcoming a background of abuse and cultural deprivation, combat in Vietnam as a Green beret and special intelligence forces, drug involvement and incarceration.  After a period of healing, transformation and recovery of his spiritual roots, Sequoyah has been of service in embodying the heart doctrine, while living with and learning from aboriginal peoples, in performing sacred ceremonies, and conducting healing circles with diverse groups in Canada, the United States and Japan.
    As a pipe carrier,  Sequoyah conducts healing circles and traditional ceremonies to remind us of “the one Ceremony,” which is life itself,  and of the sacredness of all things.  The pipe, composed of a stem representing the masculine and a bowl representing the feminine, embodies the ancient teachings about the male and female principles within all of creation.   The pipe reminds us that as men and women, we  need to balance and harmonize these energies and principles within ourselves, moderating aggression and negativity, and learning respect for nature and life.  Sequoyah talks of healing the pain and suffering that exist within human consciousness and the heart, so that humankind can remember themselves, their origins and the Creator.  Humans live out of harmony with nature and consequently experience great suffering and conflict.  This diminishes the quality of human life and threatens the future of society, and the larger ecology of the living earth. 
      In accord with the native tradition, the land of the Americas and material reality is Turtle Island.  The aboriginal teachings are required in order that humankind learn to live in harmony with each other and in balance with mother nature, so as to honour the sacredness of Turtle Island.  Sequoyah explains that humans have turned one hundred and eighty degrees away from the light of the creator and the original teachings, and do not know who they are or their true origins.  Humans live in fear–conditioned by suffering, anger and negative emotions–all of which arise from not knowing self and the Creator.  Humans’ minds are always in judgment of one another, rather than in being in heart relationship, with tolerance and thankfulness.  Sequoyah has been instructed in spirit to help humans experience a necessary “polar shift in consciousness and mind”–to turn around within themselves so as to once again experience the Creator.  From a psyche polarised around false ego, the individual can awaken to deeper spiritual realizations of Self.  Humans can remember who they are as “loving children of the Divine loving Creator,” who originate from a realm of spirit and higher dimensions.
    Since 1999, Sequoyah has spent periods of time with the aboriginal tribes of northern Columbia, where he was introduced to the ways and teachings of the Mamos, the spiritual elders of these original peoples.   The Mamos claim to be the “Elders Brothers”  of both “Younger Brother”-“hermanos menores,”–the tribes of the area, and of the “very little brothers”–the diminutive “hermanitos menores,” the mass of  humanity on planet earth.  The Mamos maintain that the mountains of Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta are a sacred planetary site, and, in fact, the “Heart of the World.”  The four tribes located there embody the four chambers of the heart, related to the four directions and elements of nature.  The mamos, the spiritual elders to the tribes, are said to serve to maintain and sustain the heartbeat and life activities of the larger planet.  They carry this out through continual cycles of prayer, meditation and activities within the realm of spirit.    Sequoyah’s accounts of meetings with the Mamos and native peoples attest to the mysterious powers, claims and practices of these adepts or elder brothers.
    Sequoyah explains that as guardians of humanity: “the mamos  ... are not born of this Earth.  They were transferred here from other Planets to care for the internal engine, the motor that drives the space-ship Earth.”  (1999) Through visions, teachings on the inner planes and direct experience, Sequoyah learned of the para-normal faculties of the Mamos, who are said to work directly within the world of spirit, communicate telepathically, travel out of body and through higher dimensions.  The mamas are the spiritual leaders of this sacred Earth site, the heart of the world.  The origins of this region are tied further to the dissolution of  Atlantis, and the earlier unknown history of humanity.
    The term mamos also refers to the sun, which is a realm of spiritual illumination.   The mamos work within the realm of “aluna,” the world of light,“interacting with the ocean of spirit that is all life.”  (Ereira, 1991)  The Mamos’s messages to Sequoyah concern the healing of the planet and human hearts, and the extra-dimensional origins of life and creation.
    During periods among the Kogi and Mamos, Sequoyah was instructed in the Natural Law of Origin and asked to communicate this teaching to the outside world at this critical time in human history. This is the Mamos’ ancient teaching about the origin of life and creation.  According to the sacred Law of Origin, in the beginning, a light emerged from the Womb of Creation, the mystical mother.  This light carried a heartbeat and was connected to the breath of life.  From the Womb of Creation, the light passed into the sun, and then into the earth, and then into humankind.  Thus, humans, in the innermost dimensions of their being, embody the same light and heartbeat which emerge from the Womb of Creation.
    Sequoyah explains that, by experiencing the necessary polar shift in consciousness and mind, humans, within the inner cosmos of consciousness, can pass beyond the realm of judgment and negativity and experience directly the worlds of spirit and the nature of the Creator.  Sequoyah depicts the triune nature of the Creator, as being of the spirit of niawenhko’wa (great blessings or thankfulness), konnoronhkhwako’wa (the great love), and skennen’ko’wa (the great peace). The great blessings, love and peace are connected to the light, breath and heartbeat emerging from within the Womb of Creation.   By ceremony , prayer and thankfulness, humans can turn around within themselves, face the Creator and experience the extra-dimensional nature of  their origins. 
 
Artwork by Sequoyah
     Sequoyah embodies the heart doctrine and elaborates the ancient teachings of the Mamos and native peoples.  Humankind have a far more mysterious nature and history than little brother imagines in their minds full of judgments, absorbed in sufferings, conflict and life asleep.   In this view, we are ourselves extra-terrestrials, as the light of consciousness and the heartbeat are from the Creator and the mystical Womb of Creation.   These life forces well up within us, as they similarly emerge from the Heart of the World, and pervade all of sacred life.
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