(Dream of Dr. Schellhammer on 3.3.2019)
The first dream:
I am in the afterlife. It seems I have the highest governmental powers. I am the primus under 12 kings (maybe 30 or 100 kings). However, I distribute governmental authority to many spiritual beings of highest spiritual level. These creatures (‘souls’), each rules an immense ‘land’, a zone in the hereafter with many ‘souls’, a kind of energetic body. According to their development, they determine who can go in which ‘land’, who must go in and where, and how to be classified.
In the dream I somehow have the impression that the universe is infinite and there are infinitely many otherworldly ‘countries’; maybe also earthly planets (like the earth) with earthly humans (with and without development).
I realize that there are otherworldly ‘countries’ from the highest level to the lowest level. I hear tremendous cursing from many souls who must go in a low-level place of a low-level ‘country’ (area). Many souls complain and say they have never had a chance for development on Earth.
I look in many directions. There are huge ‘countries’ on many levels. Everywhere people (‘souls’) work, learn and live. Everything is organized, follows rules and principles. It looks everywhere like a huge laboratory or an infinite number of ‘scientific’ workplaces, workplaces of all kinds and practice sites. Everywhere projects are being worked on. These “soul-people” are divided into life and work areas (levels) according to the state of their spiritual development. There are places with (much) sunlight and places without light. This is all incredibly interesting.
About 2 hours later the second dream follows:
I am on earth. There are about 20 people around. I hear them talking and arguing fiercely.
Someone says that it has been known for decades and centuries that politics and economics work and live on principles only for themselves and never for the collective development of the people. Many people confirm this. Many say they have turned to governmental agencies and nobody has paid any attention to them.
Comment: Personally, I think that there are certainly politicians who are there for the people.
Another person says that for millennia it has been known that in all religions on principles and practices nothing changed but submission. There is no collective inner development of the people and their souls (energetic body). Many people confirm this. Many say they have turned to the political institutions and the incumbents of religion, and no one has paid attention to them.
Comment: Personally, I think there are certainly religious incumbents doing good things for the people.
I think in this dream that I know all this from my own experience but cannot do anything. I want to tell the people that they are also to blame themselves because they are too lazy and too cowardly to learn and to live for the truth and the archetypes of the soul and generally to take responsibility for their own inner development.
Suddenly I see a picture of our planet: dark, grey, black, soulless, perverted, sadistic, cynical, cruel, bloody-martial, brutal, worldwide gruesome wars, immeasurable suffering, poisoned everywhere.
I awaken, filled with deep sorrow and speechless. There is no sun on earth anymore.
Comment: If you take all technology away from the people, then they are (almost) all as they were 3000 years ago. In other words, there is a rare and usually only slightly authentic, inner mental-spiritual development. Today is the last chance for humanity to get out of the mess and live the archetypes of the soul.
The ultimate question remains: Which place do you want in the hereafter?
What is most striking about meeting Dr. Schellhammer beyond his pleasant and polite manner; youthful disposition or passionate and sincere views on humanity and the planet, is his unshakable conviction that the world needs a new pioneering education. But exactly who is Dr. Schellhammer? Is he a Philosopher, an expert on Human Matters, a Psychologist, a prolific author of titles from psychology to politics and economics, an educator, or a visionary with a profound and beneficial insight into the human condition? The answer is that he is all that and more. In different age he would have been called a polymath, and probably kept close company with those giants of The Age of Enlightenment, like Jean Jacques Rousseau, Thomas Payne, perhaps even Thomas Jefferson.