Dear all,

Bashar recently held a seminar, this July, about "the 5th Law of Creation". I am not sure if Bashar discussed an actual "5th Law", or if he was commenting on the purported Law put forward by others, as he did in his "Beyond the Secret" seminar.

The description read:

Bashar invites us to join in and share our perspectives in an ongoing exploration by the Interstellar Alliance as to whether or not there is a Fifth Law of Creation in addition to the Four Laws Bashar has previously discussed.

Full description here:

Bashar's first Four Laws are well known to me and have been previously discussed on Inward Quest. This is the first time that I have heard about a previously undiscussed "Fifth Law of Creation."

Does anyone have additional information? Did anyone attend the seminar or listen to or view a recording of it?

If not, I'll probably end up getting it myself, but I was curious if anyone had any information or insights about this.

Thanks very much.


EDIT 1/17/2014

@releaser99 @Cory @Stingray @Nikulas -

Just wanted to let you all know that I watched the seminar. It's a good video, definitely worth watching, but regarding the 5th Law, there is really not much to add to what Cory already summarized below.

asked 31 Jul '13, 00:37

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edited 17 Jan '14, 15:39

I haven't listened or watched the new 5th Law seminar, so I can't go into detail about specifics of what Bashar talks about. I did come across an internet radio show which interviewed Darryl Anka and he gave a brief explanation of what the new 5th law is.

The 5 laws of creation:

1) You exist

2) Every thing is Here & Now

3) The One is All and the All are One

4) What you put out is what you get back

5) Everything changes, except the first 4 Laws

So it seems like Bashar added "Every thing is Here & Now" to his original 4 laws of creation. Sorry I don't have more details for you on this.

Here is the clip from the show.


answered 31 Jul '13, 14:25

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edited 07 Aug '13, 06:44

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@Cory - Thanks, very interesting and subtle addition. And thanks @lozenge123 for bringing this up.

(31 Jul '13, 15:10) Stingray

@Cory - Thanks very much for the info, and the link. @Stingray - You are most welcome. Guys, unless someone posts more details, I will likely plunk down the $55 for this in the coming weeks and will report back anything interesting.

(31 Jul '13, 21:12) lozenge123

@Cory @lozenge123 Thank you.

(31 Jul '13, 22:15) releaser99

@Stingray @releaser99 You are most welcome.

@lozenge123 You are welcome. Looking forward to hearing what new insights Bashar shares about the 5th Law if you decide to purchase it.

(31 Jul '13, 23:15) Cory

@lozenge123 @releaser99 @Cory @Stingray There is also a 6th law of creation: You boys rock

(01 Aug '13, 09:31) Nikulas
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The idea is that the additional law (2nd) is an implied subset of the 1st and 3rd, but is best expressed as its own law to increase clarity -- so it's not like a new law of creation was suddenly discovered in 2013.


answered 25 Mar '15, 14:37

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