It is guarded by an angel. Do you think God left it upon this Earth or do you think it has moved to the spiritual realm or other dimension or plane where we won't so easily stumble upon it?

asked 06 Feb '10, 14:48

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Well, I have always thought of the Tree of Life as a symbol or metaphor, like many other things in the bible. I've never considered that it might be an actual object.

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There's plenty to chew on at Wikipedia.


answered 06 Feb '10, 16:56

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I believe it is an actual place Vesuvius but you are right so many times things are use to make an example to get a point across but I believe this is real and it is in a real place even thought the place may not be physical.

(07 Feb '10, 08:00) flowingwater

Thanks for your answer though Vesuvius.

(07 Feb '10, 08:01) flowingwater

@Vesuvius - here is an article that seems to shed light on the subject ... Bentov's diagram of the universal egg

... it fits in perfectly with the findings of Bélizal in 1968 (pure magnetic and pure electric energy at the origin of all physical matter)

(01 Mar '12, 03:48) blubird two

@Vesuvius - the line dividing black/white (yin/yang) on the Bentov diagram corresponding to the 0/400 source energy negative green (planck length), that is, the point at which physical matter comes into being ... the pure "electric" as named by Bélizal corresponding to 100% time, and the pure "magnetic" corresponding to 100% space ... all this fits together with the description that Bashar gives of the space/time antenna ...

(01 Mar '12, 06:56) blubird two
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If you are refering to the Tree of Life in the Old Testament it is most likely kabbalistic symbolism. Here is food for thought. Since we think in images and many kabbalistic images have been passed down generation after generation, these symbols activate at a deep spiritual level, emotions, ideas and thoughts. A picture is worth a thousand words is an understatement when contemplating the words, ideas, and symbolism of the Tree of Life.

"The Zohar" and "Sefer Yetzirah" are two great books to explaining the Tree of Life. I would say the Tree of Life exists within each and everyone of us.


answered 03 Apr '11, 14:52

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it is in every form
we see, some solid
others liquid and yet
what we do not see

each has a footing or root
and also the life
the beingness of itself in
earth and to the heavens


answered 29 Feb '12, 18:46

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@fred 1 - one foot in the visible and one foot in the invisible :)

(01 Mar '12, 03:29) blubird two

bb2, roots and fruit, yet all one

(01 Mar '12, 21:03) fred

We might have an analogy for it physically speaking - the spinal column around which and through which it is said by some that the spiritual force/life force flows.

The spinal column is composed of 33 bones, the base is called the sacrum and in this area the 'serpent' energy (Kundalini) reposes until raised by good thoughts, words and deeds. When raised to the crown of the head - Cosmic Conscious is achieved... the All Seeing Eye is activated. We have all knowledge then of Good and Evil and we also realise that we are Life.

One could think of the Bishop's crozier as a symbol of this.

Freemasonry has it's 33 degrees and the All-Seeing Eye.

Kundalini yoga describes this process... see this link ...


answered 08 Feb '10, 00:03

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I have heard and read about kundalini but I am still trying to get a complete understanding of it for I know if not done correctly it can cause great harm to the mind and body. Thanks for the link you added. Kundalini is energy that come from where? Is it only there for enlightenment?

(08 Feb '10, 06:26) flowingwater

it is symbolic, a metaphor that shows all are connected whether roots, trunk, branches, leaves or blossoms.
our roots may be in the earth but our leaves are in the heavens, yet each nurishes each other.


answered 04 Apr '11, 00:31

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The bible speaks of the tree of life in the garden of Eden with Adam and Eve in the beginning. But of course you are entitle to your own opinion fred.

(04 Apr '11, 07:04) flowingwater

As always thanks for your answer to you and others, fred.

(05 Apr '11, 07:10) flowingwater

The tree of life is a symbol of how the visible and invisible worlds fit together ... it is what it suggests, that is, a continuous cycle always operating within the smallest spark of life, right up to huge size of life such as galaxies ... humans represent it in very many different ways ... have a great day


answered 28 Feb '12, 23:54

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blubird two

edited 01 Mar '12, 01:28

Alom vilom is the esiest way to clear the sushmna


answered 03 Apr '11, 12:49

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I am with RPuls on this one.

I stumbled upon the tree of life while educating myself about mind control starting with Cathy O'Brien's experience.

Part of that research lead to the Kabalistic symbol of the tree of life.

Here is the Wikipedia link to the Kabalistic reference.

If you are looking for information on the other reference I mentioned, you have to do your own research on the subject. (Warning, it’s not for everyone, so tread carefully)


answered 29 Feb '12, 00:12

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