The Meaning of the Sphinx

4 Sep

The Meaning of the Sphinx

Q:        Speaking of the Native Americans, I want to share something.  Near my home town in Huber City, Utah, there is a mountain called Mount Timpanogos.  And from my perspective, on my side of the mountain, on the left-hand side there is what looks like an outline of a woman lying down.  And it made me think about the Sphinx.  You said the Sphinx was a physicalization of a collective of beings.  I’m probably messing that up.  But I wanted to ask if the Mount Timpanogos structure, the way it was designed, does that represent anything?  What can you say more about that?

Kipu:   We may say that there are two entirely different things at work.  The Sphinx was a physicalization in terms of inspiration that was required, the amount of consortium input that had to be physicalized by human beings to make that happen was enormous.  Understood?

Q:        Yes.

Kipu:   The Sphinx is only a physicalization in that sense.  There was no incarnation per se in that way.  It was literally a monument created by an enormous group.  The amount of consortium-level energy that had to be filtered down appropriately through living channels at the timeframe was extraordinary, phenomenal.  As above, so below.  That was a manifestation of an energetic creation.  You may think of it as a channeling.  It is a channeled expression of an artwork that exists on an energetic level, and serves an entirely different resonance function within its working group.  And that is all the hints you will get about that for today.

 

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