The Cosmic Christ & Understanding Our Multidimensional Universe | JJ & Desiree Hurtak
Saturday, December 11, 2021
12PM - 2PM PT / 3PM - 5PM ET
From the viewpoint of our current 21st century heavenly cosmology, we begin to understand a deeper direct connection to the Cosmic Christ. Considering the reality of quantum physics and life being nonlocal, there is no real separation between our dimension and higher dimensions, allowing us to also grasp events past, present and future. Once we do, we begin the process of discovering our very being is multidimensional and nonlocal in its experience. With this deeper understanding, our universe not only becomes larger, but at the same time, those who exist in higher dimensions, like the Christ, can be closer to us. We also begin to accept that fact, we are not alone in the universe, and so we begin to develop a greater Christ Consciousness of Love, Forgiveness, Compassion and Understanding. During this event, there will also be a guided meditation that leads us into the understanding of other dimensional realities. Come join the Wisdom and the Experience.
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JJ & Desiree Hurtak
Drs. Hurtak together have conducted extensive archeological studies in Egypt, and were two of the principal discoverers in 1997 of the “Tomb of Osiris” on the Giza Plateau. They have also worked in the pyramids of both Mexico and Egypt doing GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar) and acoustic sound tests. They are research directors also of the Great Pyramid of Giza Research Association and some of their research is reported in their book entitled Giza’s Industrial Complex, co-authored with James Brown.
Additionally, they have worked extensively to support a sustainable environment. Dr. J.J. Hurtak in the late 1980s and 1990s, was scientific consultant for LASERTECH in Brazil which developed lasers for industrial applications and for the study of rapidly changing environmental conditions, particularly deforestation and soil conditions of the Brazilian farmlands and throughout the Amazon. They have worked to promote clean water resources and environmental habitats using remote sensing, with an understanding that time is running out for many non-renewable resources. Together they have helped the indigenous people in Africa and South America through their outreach of food, clothing and education, and for this, Dr. J.J. Hurtak was made an honorary member of the Xavante Nation in Mato Grosso, Brazil.
They also spoke together at the United Nations Rio+20 (2012), the UN DPI Climate Forum, New York (2007) and the UN World Summit for Sustainable Development (Johannesburg, 2002). They have spoken at major universities in Europe, South Africa, South America and the United States, and Dr. J.J. Hurtak has spoken before the Russian Academy of Science and the Chinese Academy of Science.
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