Friday, July 29, 2011

Acknowledging the Law of One

Acknowledging the Law of One
by W. T. Samsel

Lately, it seems I have been concentrating my writings primarily on the present
state of our social, political and world situation. Perhaps this is due to the
sense of urgency that I am feeling, which compels me to speak out on the true
issues with which we should all be concerned at this time. I expend a lot of
energy in this pursuit. While all of these things are extremely important at
this time, perhaps I should reserve some of that energy and direct it towards
what is of the utmost importance at this time, the reintroduction of the Law of

What is the Law of One? Where does one begin to explain something as
complicated, and yet as simple, as the Law of One? Well, perhaps it is that
something, which many people spend their entire lifetimes, trying to find.
Maybe it is that something we are all looking for, without knowing what it is,
or being able to define it. We remember it somehow, somewhere deep down inside.
We have a longing for this, and search for it out there, in the physical world.

We carry within ourselves, soul memory of it. Soul memory is very different
from our brain's facility for memory, for it is at the very core of our being.
It is who we are, our talents and abilities; it is our nature and motivations.
It is a part of our spiritual and physical make-up, and can be accessed through
the practice of transcendental meditation. We do not have to keep running
around like chickens with their heads cut off, trying to find something that we
cannot identify; to fill that need in us that we cannot describe. The One Law
rings true for so many, because they have been carrying it within themselves,
all along. What happens, is that their soul memory is awakened, and what
follows is enlightenment and understanding. If there is something missing in
Life, if the world around us doesn't make sense, could it be because the Law of
One has been repressed throughout our recorded history? Could it be that the
Law of One is the missing something in our lives, in our communities, in our

"A human being is a part of the whole, called by us the universe,' limited in
time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings as something
separated from the rest - a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This
delusion is a prison, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection
for a few persons close to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from our
prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all humanity and the
whole of nature in its beauty." -Albert Einstein.

These days, there are many out there preaching their own interpretations of
spirituality, from television evangelists to new age gurus. There is the
prevalent fear-based traditional Christianity, wherein God will punish you,
sinners go to hell, it's God's will, and we all need to be saved. Then there's
the present new age extremists, who think only 'good' thoughts, send out only
'positive' vibrations, and don't let anything 'negative' intrude into their
space.' From the extreme left, to the extreme right, the entire spiritual and
religious spectrum can be daunting to the truth seekers. Trouble is, most
religions demand total adherence to their own particular dogma, through which,
people wind up directing negative emotions at others, based on difference. It
can be a vicious circle. With all these spiritual roads and no road map, how
does one spiritually navigate?

We are all Spirits who possess a body and a mind. The physical body is merely a
vehicle that the Spirit inhabits, in order to experience Life on the Earth
plane. When we believe that the body we inhabit is truly who we are, as we are
programmed to believe, then we are always searching outside of ourselves, for
that elusive 'something' which we can't describe. We look to that promotion at
the office, or that new luxury car, or a relationship with another person. We
look for answers from other people who we consider, authorities.

The church preaches that it is the work of the devil,' when an individual goes
outside of it's established parameters, to explore other spiritual avenues.
Well of course! If everyone discovered their own personal connection to God,'
to the All that Is, then they wouldn't look to the church as the intermediary
between God and man, would they? Hence, the church would be out of business; it
would no longer be able to maintain its control over the masses!

We all inherit the ability to communicate directly with Creator and the Spirit
world. We need to realize this. By meditating and going within, we are able to
tap into soul memory. We can raise individual consciousness from its entrapment
in the mundane trivia of the material world, and we can reconnect with the
Source! Therefore, each individual plays an important role in determining our
future. The Spirit is the direct link to God, because it is a part of God, just
as each drop of water is a part of the ocean. Spirit is a part of all creation,
and is the link to greater knowledge of the All that Is. We can have a better
understanding of our lives, of why we are here and what we are here to do.
Meditation is the key! As a radio tunes into various frequencies of reception,
so too does the conscious mind attune itself to various vibrational
frequencies, and other states of being. Once the inward journey has begun, what
unfolds is awakening and understanding. What unfolds is the Law of One.

The Law of One is so complex, that I could spend the rest of my Life writing
about it, trying to explain it. He also says that it's so simple, that any
little child can understand it fully. The Law of One is the Law of Love. Jesus
Christ said, "A new commandment I give unto you, that you love one another! As
I have loved you, that ye also love one another." The love that Christ
displayed was unconditional love, One Law love! Many aspects of the One Law can
still be found in Christ's words, in fact all of history's sacred messengers,
from Christ to Krishna to White Buffalo Calf Woman, spoke about the various
aspects of the Law of One. Unfortunately, as history attests, the Sons of
Belial, to meet their needs and purposes, have altered these messages!

Life, Love, Earth and Spirit are the four major elements of the Law of One.
Love is the single, most powerful force in the universe . . . a positive force
of unlimited potential! The effects of Love are cyclic in nature, in that the
Love you send out comes back to you from others. The power of Love expands
outwards and is amplified in this way, so the more love you send out, the more
you will receive and the more you will have to give. The power of Love can heal
the sick, feed the hungry, clothe the poor, shelter the homeless and put an end
to poverty. It can save the environment, save endangered species, and put an
end to war!

Our social, economic and religious structures pit us against each other in so
many ways. We need to realize that we are not contestants! We are not in
competition with each other, this is illusion! The truth is that we are all
related, and love is the power that can bring us all together in peace and in
harmony, with each other and all of creation. This One Law truth can set us

The Law of One is all about inclusion, about the true equality of all humanity,
irrespective of skin color, social class, landmass of origin or spiritual
beliefs. What dwells within the physical form is sacred and so, must be
honored. What dwells within the human form is that which we must learn to honor
in each other, and we must learn to allow each other to be free. The One Law is
about freedom, the freedom to let the Inner Light within each of us shine
through. To bring forth into the physical world, one's own unique expression of
self, while allowing others to do the same. Why conformity? Control, control,

The One Law is also about the sanctity of Life, not only in the human sense but
Life in all its forms. To live and to let live. Inflicting pain, suffering or
death upon any living thing goes against the One Law.

The One Law is about the sacredness of the Earth. We need to understand that
the Earth is a living thing, and that She is the source of all that we need for
our physical existence. We must cease attempting to reconfigure the natural
environment. We must cease denuding the planet of its natural resources. We
must cease driving untold numbers of other lifeforms into extinction, while
polluting the air, land and sea with our waste. We must change the way we
regard the land, the seas, the air and all lifeforms . . . for we are the
stewards of the Earth.

The Law of One is also about the Creator's Love of infinite variety. Everything
is unique and everything, according to the Creator's intention, is
interconnected to everything else within the cosmic scheme of things. I once
saw a bumper sticker that read . . . honor diversity. Again, we must accept and
honor this, because it is the intent of the Creator that these truths exist.
These aspects of the One Law hold true, no matter if you are a Hindu, Moslem,
Christian or Jew. It doesn't matter what religion you practice, because we are
all differing expressions, and these are merely differing avenues that lead to
the same source. Truth is truth.

We need to simply allow each other freedom, and learn to honor each other. The
Law of One is simple, actually. It is about honoring each other. Nobody should
go without food, clothing, medicine or shelter. We do not need to spend
millions and billions of dollars on weapons and war, and we don't need to
destroy the planet to feed greed!

I believe the Law of One is the ultimate truth, that your heart and soul
acknowledges deep within. By following and living the true principles of the
Law of One, you will find what you have been searching for. You will attain
peace and harmony within yourself, and with the world around you. Share with
each other the infinite diversity and variety of mankind! These "differences"
in expression and culture are there not to divide people, but to enhance their
experience and to broaden their conception of the All that Is. There is coming
a time when one will stand before another, and celebrate both the uniqueness of
each and the oneness of the two. The Law of One is the ultimate truth that can
set free all of humanity. It can raise the collective consciousness of mankind
and therefore enable it to break free from the cycles of its history.

I seem to always be saying that the Law of One is "That which can set free
humanity and save the earth." Well you might wonder, how that could be so. If
you take a good look around you, you might find that many things appear to be
rather backwards in our society.

One of the universal truths of the Law of One, is that life is the sacred gift
of the Creator and so all life forms are to be considered sacred and must be
honored. This means all living things, be they human, animal, tree, plant,
insect, all that have the Creator's gift of life within them. This is the spark
of life, that which dwells within the physical form. This is the soul, the
spirit within each of us and in all living things. That which comes into the
physical experience is sacred and must be honored.

You may argue that our judicial educational and religious systems do not
promote war and that our country stands for peace. If this ancient One Law
truth were held as such within our own society, then the concept of war and of
killing each other for political, economic or religious cause would be
unthinkable. The fact that such behavior is acceptable this day is testimony to
the hypocrisy of our religious, political and economic institutions. If our
collective societal consciousness acknowledged and accepted the One Law Truth
that life is sacred and must be honored, then religious, political, judicial
and economic structures would reflect just that. Individuals and organizations
would conduct themselves as per that One Law foundation. If our collective
reflected the fact that 'we are all related,' then people would act out of
cooperation rather than competition. The focus would be on we, together as one,
rather than on me, myself and I!

The religious institution that became the Temple of the One Law was very
central to Atlantean civilization until the appearance of the Sons of Belial
and the Temple of the Sun. These ultimately, became of greater power in
Atlantis. However, for many thousands of years did the Law of One and the Great
Temple play a central role in everyday Atlantean culture. The authority of the
One Law was that of ultimate truth, universal truth. The Temple was very
powerful. In civil matters, establishment of laws, settlements of dispute, in
political matters such as foreign affairs, regulation of trade and commerce,
the Great Temple held authority. As overseers of the public economy, they held
authority in matters of collection and distribution of public funds. The
authority they held was only to insure that all proceedings were conducted
according to the principals of the Law of One.

We are all related. Therefore, the Great Temple and the People had authority in
all public matters. Council government, representative and participatory
government was meant to keep public matters of the people, by the people and
for the people. It was also intended to insure that ALL living things, ALL our
relations, have the rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The
Great Temple stood for their rights and assured respect and protection not only
for these relations, but for the Earth Mother as well. This, in all matters.
Such was the power of the Great Temple then.

If the earth is a living thing, then people must conduct themselves, as this is
so. If the earth is sacred then men cannot own the land. They certainly cannot
simply take from the land what they want or alter it as they wish. Neither can
they disrespect the land or pollute it. Who would claim authority in such
matters? The Earth Keepers of the Great Temple. All is interconnected and must
remain in balance under the Law of One. It is not for mankind to upset that
balance. So it was and so did we conduct ourselves then.

We, today, do not conduct ourselves as though the Earth were a living thing.
Our culture's view of the earth is as water, sand, rocks and dirt. The value of
real estate keeps getting higher and higher. Land must be developed! Cities and
towns must continually expand. New housing and building starts are a leading
economic indicator. To many people in our modern society, being in touch with
the natural world, means looking outside the window to see what the weather is
like. To many people today, being in touch with, or in harmony with the source,
means being on track in financial matters and with the program in their career
goals. Human beings need to be in harmony and balance with the natural world.
We have created and live within an anti-natural society. We live apart from
nature in a system which is anti-natural. The concept of the earth as nothing
more than landmass and oceans, rocks and dirt, that and no more is definitely
unnatural! This is the mindset of the Temple of the Sun. It is the mindset of
the Sons of Belial. The earth is nothing more than a resource for mankind. It
is this mindset that has allowed the exploitation, destruction and pollution of
the earth and all of our animal relations.

"For the Lakota, there was no wilderness, because nature was not dangerous but
hospitable, not forbidding but friendly. Lakota philosophy was healthy, free
from fear and dogmatism. Indian faith sought the harmony of man with his
surroundings: the other sought dominance over nature. In sharing and in loving
all and everything, one people naturally found a portion of that which they
sought, while, in fearing, the other found need of conquest. But the old Lakota
were wise. They knew that man's heart, apart from nature, becomes hard and
cold. They knew that lack of respect for growing, living things, would lead to
lack of respect for people too." -Chief Luthor Standing Bear, Oglala Sioux.

"There is natural power, and there is spiritual power. In the old days, my
people did not separate daily Life in the world, from spiritual Life.
Everything was spiritual, our attitude was spiritual, and Wakan Tanka was
involved in everything we said and did." -Fools Crow, Teton Sioux, 1975.

"All things are connected. Whatever befalls the Earth, befalls the sons of the
Earth. Man did not weave the web of Life, he is only a strand in it. Whatever
he does to the web, he does to himself." -Chief Seattle, Nez Perce, 1854.

If our "civilization" conducted itself according to the Law of One, we would
not bring destruction to our environment and alienate ourselves from all that
is natural. We would not discharge our pollutants into the skies, the waters
and the earth. We would not use up the land for developments sake. We would not
divide up the land to be owned by human beings, for the land indeed belongs to
only the Creator, who in divine wisdom and intention, fashioned the order of
all things to be interconnected and interdependent. We would understand the
earth as the source of all nourishment and sustenance, a genuinely living
being, truly our mother.

Primitive concepts you may counter. I say truly the more advanced concepts.
Concepts which our relations from the stars surely had to come to terms with in
order for their species to advance to higher levels of technology and
civilization. Humanity is but in an adolescent state of consciousness and
development for we haven't yet acknowledged these truths, we haven't yet
learned the lessons. That is why we are under the intense surveillance of our
relations from the stars at this time. What happened to Atlantis? The big
question is what are we going to do this time around? The big question of the
new millennium is, do we acknowledge and implement the universal truths of the
Law of One? At present, we live with hypocritical institutions, in a
degenerating society that is, in all actuality, truly primitive and
"backwards." How much longer do we sacrifice the earth, all our relations and
future generations upon the alter of gold and greed, before we understand? We
will shortly find out. The truth shall reveal itself!

Thank You,

W. T. Samsel.

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