1110 Alexandrian Libraries and Telepathy

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1110 Alexandrian Libraries and Telepathy

Note from Archivist: The TLE Library is primarily an archive of sessions channeled by Troy Tolley, and all work presented here should be assumed to be channeled by Troy unless a note like this one is included. 

Babylove (aka Nick Sweeney) was mentored by Troy, and participates in the TLE Community as a student. We have elected to post sessions channeled by Nick in this library if shared within TLE because these sessions often continue conversations begun with a session channeled by Troy or vice versa. Other content channeled by Nick may be found by searching for ChannelNS.

@Delphi invited me to her lil group with @Tyrone and @Kenneth to ask questions with them last month.

These sessions are with @Nick Sweeney (Babylove), and I appreciate him for taking in and answering my questions with care and clarity. These are Nick's first questions on parallels to answer, so it's new territory and probably takes some adjustment. Whether Nick continues accepting these questions or not, I appreciate what he's received. 

The parallels our group were most interested in exploring, came to be ones where the ALEXANDRIAN LIBRARIES SURVIVED. All of us love and grieve the loss of these libraries.

Please, enjoy the read!


Channeled by Nick on November 10th 2021:

Delphi: You have previously said that our species has been playing out repetitive cycles of disruption and destruction, ever since the burning of the Alexandrian Libraries, where a lot of collective knowledge was lost. Are there parallels where this did not happen? If so, what year(s) did they branch and what do those look like now?

MEntity: Yes, of course there are. Our channel is not quite confident in delivering historical dates, but we can say that these alternative branches would have come around the same time as the Alexandrian Library event. Or more precisely, the parallels where the library was not burned continued on their trajectories, even as the "burned library" parallels began to branch off. As far as what they look like now, most of those parallels experience a much narrower gap between the haves and the have-nots. They are much closer to the ideal of "equality" than your parallel is. In these parallels, in terms of progress, there has been far less of the pattern "1 step forward, 2 steps back." This can be seen in the Western world, as well as the global community in general. This was possible because the power dynamics between leaders and communities evolved quite differently than what you have come to know. In short, leadership in these parallels is not focused in only the power of a few but is more decentralized and shared. There are other themes and patterns that could be explored, but we think these are fairly obvious ones that we can see.

Kurtis: Cool, thank you 

Delphi: A follow up q I want to ask: in our timeline, was there a connection between the burning of the Daoist books under Qin Shihuangdi and the burning of the Library of Alexandria? Why did two such devastating losses of knowledge take place in our timeline?

And, was the burning of the Library of Alexandria deliberate?

MEntity: Yes, the burning of the Alexandrian Library was deliberate. It was carried out by those who sought religious and political power. And this would be the connection between the two events: those seeking religious and political power. It has always been true in your species' evolution that the destruction of means to access knowledge has always benefited a specific group who sought advantage and power-over in some way. We refer to pre-meditated and conscious destruction of knowledge. There have been loses of knowledge that have come from accident, of course, but never on such a scale as the purposeful obliteration of knowledge that are represented by the two events we are discussing here.

Kurtis: The intentional destruction makes me sad, but I guess it's a form of growing pains.


The knowledge is stored in the species' instinctive center but is then at the mercy of specific individual's manifestation of essence and soul age for the re-propagation of that knowledge.


So, the evolution is slowed.

And yes, that does add to a particular theme of "growing pains" that could have otherwise been avoided.

Kurtis: And were avoided, in other parallels. But such is the nature of parallels.


Channeled by Nick on November 17th 2021:

Kurtis: Hello again. You've talked about parallels that branched off where the Alexandrian Libraries weren't burned, allowing for humanity to develop systems of power that are more shared and decentralized. This has moved humanity towards a more egalitarian society. Can you talk about other significant factors in those parallels? Be they economic, political, social, environmental etc.

MEntity: Environmentally, we can see that in these parallels humanity developed far less of a "disconnect" between themselves and the natural world. There has still been exploitation, of course, as the dominant soul age had still been young, but even so, there has been far more integration between your human creations and that of nature. For example, dwellings have much more of a communal "courtyard" organization with much more activity happening in outdoor spaces than indoor. Even sleeping happens in these outdoor spaces much of the time. Another way of understanding this is that many of the specific rooms that you are used to having all indoors and for one family have been moved outdoors and are shared by the community. There are still private spaces for each family, but they tend to be much smaller than what humans in your parallel have come to know, especially in Western society.

Kurtis: How interesting. I wonder what culture influenced that the most.

MEntity: We see influences from Greece, as more as further back in your history to more tribal forms of organization and community with some elements being more original to creativity of these peoples at this time in these parallels.


Channeled by Nick on December 1st 2021:

Kurtis: In the parallels where the Alexandrian Libraries survived, we have been wondering if Humanity has moved towards widespread telepathy. Michael has previously said there are parallels where technology advanced to enable telepathy as easy as a phone call. In a set of parallels so focused on shared and decentralized power, it makes sense to us this would occur. Can you validate if this is true or not? If it is, how did this reality develop said technology and what is life like, socially there?


Yes, this would be valid, but the technology part does not come until much later. Currently, this telepathy is used in such a way that simply makes communication more efficient because there is not the need to actually say and deliver every thought verbally. In fact, the dynamic has moved much closer to the way you communicate when not in a body through resonance and telepathy.

Socially, there is far less neurosis around how one is perceived by others. Social anxiety is little to none.

Kurtis: That makes sense.


Channeled by Nick on December 8th 2021:

Delphi: Hi Michael, our first question today is:

In the Alexandrian parallels, how did Telepathy come to develop? You noted last time that their world has not developed telepathy through use of technology yet, but rather through resonance. What are the differences and purposes of resonance versus verbal communication, and how were large differences between essences and essence manifestation navigated during the development of telepathy as working groups presumably became better at collaborating?


Yes, we have read your questions and are compiling our response.

Telepathy is always happening in the "background" of your processes. Resonance allows this background communication to move to the foreground of your awareness. But remember, resonance and telepathy allow for communication beyond language. This is how essence communicates. In essence, this is how we communicate with you. Then, it could be said that as societies developed at they did without some of the distractions emphasized as they are today, such as the social anxiety in your current society that we mentioned previously, this particular background process of communication was able to move forward in your species' awareness. It is no different than when you "know something" in your heart and mind and there is a specificity to the knowing but there are no words that come with the knowing. And this is accepted and trusted. Words may come later to describe this experience, but it is not the experience itself.

Telepathy is only possible in the foreground of awareness when essence is manifested. You assume correctly that there would be variation in fragments' telepathic abilities, depending on whether or not and to what extent they would manifest essence. However, even the slightest degree of manifestation can allow some of that background material to make it into consciousness, which would "grease the wheels" of communication.

Working groups navigating these fluctuations in resonance and telepathy seamlessly, as they could only build with what material they had in any given moment.

In many ways, telepathy is not necessary but chosen and brought into focus, either through necessity for survival or for preference, experiment, and creativity. It depends on what the species or community wants to bring into focus at the time and why. The "Alexandrian parallels" brought it into focus so that they could more quickly implement what was learned from the knowledge held in the library and so that communication at a social level could bypass superficiality and move right into deeper exchanges.

Kurtis: Hi Nick and Michael.

If not telepathy technology, what kind of technology did develop furthest/further in these Alexandrian parallels?

MEntity: Much further along these evolutionary lines at approximately 800 years forward from the current year, we see technology that is integrated with the physical body. These "devices" send a gentle and pleasant "current" through the body when selected people are attempting to engage each other at a distance. Once the communicators have focused their attention on each other, the "channel" between them is amplified so that the communication is "brighter" and clearer, as if they were in physical proximity. The devices are not needed when face-to-face. When face-to-face, the eyes and auras of the people communicating are the only technology needed to "amplify the channel" and brighten and clarify the messages.

Kurtis: Eyes are the "windows to the soul", yes.

MEntity: In essence, the devices act as a message "notification" or a "hello" from a friend that then allows the friends to amplify the communication space they are in and diminish receipt of data from the physical environment in which is person is located.


Channeled by Nick on December 15th 2021:

Delphi: Michael through Troy said there are parallels where Persia survived and grew towards greater medical knowledge and progress. Eventually there was a grand pandemic and their advances in healthcare technology were instrumental to our survival. Given that the Alexandrian parallels require a much weaker or no Rome for the libraries to survive, and that Persia was Rome's main rival and would have risen if it collapsed, did the Alexandrian parallels we've explored merge into these Persian parallels described?

Just a one line answer would suffice.

MEntity: Yes, most of these parallels have converged.


Channeled by Nick on February 16th 2022:

Delphi: Kurtis wants to ask about the feats of space travel in the Alexandrian parallels.

How far have they progressed there?  Did these merge with the parallels with no bronze age collapse that are 700 years ahead?


Yes, one moment.

Space travel is a bit more advanced in the Alexandrian parallels, yes, but not by much. Because there is more "balance" in relation to being more connected to the natural world, the desire to be off-world did not grow to be quite as pressing as in your parallel. The moon has been colonized, and there are regular scientific expeditions to Mars, but that is the extent of the space travel. And yes, those parallels have merged.


And there you go.

Just a few thoughts:

There are approximately four times the library was burned.

1. Accidentally by Julius Caesar around 48 BCE, when he was pursuing Pompey.

2. By the Palmyrene Invasion and Aurelian's reconquering and reuniting of Rome around 268-274 CE.

3. By the Christians around 390 CE, for religious and political control.

4. By the Muslims around 640 CE, for religious and political control. The Muslims would centuries later go on to recollect, house and translate many of the articles of knowledge that had been lost again, only to too, fall to invasions, spiritual and economic struggles that negated the collections of knowledge not mandated and valued by the Quran.

The library was already moving into decline by the 2nd point, but by the 3rd it was long gone in its popularity and power. This would put the divergence date for these parallels in the 1st Century BCE and 3rd Century CE. The only way we've found the Libraries could survive is if Rome fractured and collapsed before Christianity was established as legal.

And if Christianity isn't established, then neither is Islam.

If Rome had fallen, then it is most likely Persia would take the mantle as center of the West, invading Greece and Egypt again under the Sassanids or equivalent thereof. This lead these parallels towards the path Michael through Troy mentioned in one of my last blog posts.

A moment of silence for the Alexandrian Libraries, and all great libraries that have fallen to human folly and arrogance.

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