How will the perception of a person by other people change after Initiation through Death?
First of all, we are perceived as a certain personality. Personality is the result of the work of the 2nd body of Vishuddha. Under ordinary conditions, a person grows from scratch from birth to death.
And the child is perceived as a small person, immature, and the adult is perceived as a large, mature person.
Initiation through Death has 2 processes:
- the personality is combined with personalities in past incarnations - a certain collective personality is formed, which makes the organism of a higher level, collective, from the personality.
- there is a mutual copying of experience and knowledge from past incarnations.
Often this occurs with deep clinical death.
And those around it perceive that the person has changed. He became a more mature person. It is as though we have seen a lot, a knowledgeable person.
Rituals through death
All parameters of personality change in the technologies of the Rituals of death are tied to the initial state of the personality before the application of development technologies.
When we start the launch of rituals, we focus on those parameters of personality that were before the ritual.
When a ritual takes place, we can assess how well we did it - by increasing the mentality, passing a signal, involving individuals of past incarnations, and by working programs that organize the joining of individuals.
After some time, when the rituals have already been completed, it is difficult to track changes, as the person’s personality has increased, the information has dissolved in it.
Each new development technology increases personality and reduces the burden of recording new information on a person. If several rituals are done, then we focus on the quality of the signal transmission. Tracking the increase in mentalities relative to the original personality is problematic.
A person can track indirect changes himself by increasing wisdom, internal experience and knowledge and changing the reaction to events. There is a feeling that much has been repeated thousands of times.
At the moment when we do the Rituals of Death, we try to check that they comply with the best standards and capabilities of technologies that can be done for a person.
The number of incarnations in a person, the amount of accumulated information in a person, and so on exerts this influence.
- The best mass samples of rituals in the Egyptian initiation added up to 25% of the mental.
- The best samples of rituals in the Tibetan version were added up to about 15%. On average, 7 percent.
- In Indian culture, death rituals are also found. The best samples reach 15%. At an average interest of 6.
If we find a certain type of Rituals of death that gives other qualities, we distinguish it as a separate one.
For example, Meeting with death is not a rewriting of information, but a change in the qualities of consciousness.
In addition, in our studies we focus on the opinions of the leading magicians of those times: what rituals they considered the best for changing consciousness. Because in the world of magic there are many myths and legends, some of which do not justify themselves.
But if in parallel in many cultures the same thing is said to be significant technologies, then this is a signal for us that it is worth digging and sorting it out.
We would love to describe a number of technologies, but recently we have greatly limited this, because some knowledge of technologies can be used to the detriment.
Therefore, we describe only that which is difficult to use to the detriment of man and is valuable to people.