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The phrase '''The Twelve Tribes''' is a metaphor for the separated people of Earth. What was one a common lineage, what was one a global unity, what was once a shared divinity, has been shattered by language, culture, and the diminished "faith" of modern religion. We are no longer the [[Family of Spirit]], we are now the Twelve Tribes.
  
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Separation allows specialization and the development of expertise. This is only a bad thing if we let a disconnected and arrogant [[Bodily Ego]] tell us that we're "above others" in some way. As the [[New Energy Archetype|New Energy]]
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The Twelve Tribes should not be confused with the [[Twelve Rays]]
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Latest revision as of 13:09, 2 May 2017


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The phrase The Twelve Tribes is a metaphor for the separated people of Earth. What was one a common lineage, what was one a global unity, what was once a shared divinity, has been shattered by language, culture, and the diminished "faith" of modern religion. We are no longer the Family of Spirit, we are now the Twelve Tribes.

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Separation allows specialization and the development of expertise. This is only a bad thing if we let a disconnected and arrogant Bodily Ego tell us that we're "above others" in some way. As the New Energy

The Twelve Tribes should not be confused with the Twelve Rays





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Sharp, Michael, "Twelve Tribes," SpiritWiki, http://spiritwiki.lightningpath.org/index.php/Twelve Tribes, [Accessed: November 24, 2017]