2018-06-20-Do Make It Your Legacy
Topic: Do Make It Your Legacy
Group: 11:11 Progress Group
TR: George Barnard
Ionah: “Greetings, my friends. You know who this is. We’ve both put in some effort to connect but to no avail . . . yes, here at last . . .
“It’s a rather regular event when I meet someone from my world of origin (Urantia) and on rather rare occasions, and surprisingly so, discover him or her to be distantly related to me, or perhaps have once been a friend or acquaintance. It will please you and astound you just how many will line up just as soon as one will profess to possess a modicum of interest in those to whom one may be related. Yes, we’re all brothers and sisters, of course, sure.
“I’m now referring to your interest in the widespread variation of supposed origin of siblings — that which seemingly goes back to the absolute dawn of time.
“For you it will be something of a surprise that you have actually discovered something that is not yet fully understood and even while its full realization is just marginally beyond your intellectual grasp. We know that if you are prepared to ponder the stark variation of indicated origins you will be able to fully uncover the mystery. This deals with genetics and as soon as you fully understand what you presently have merely an inkling of, you will be more than pleased, even proud. And you might make it part of your legacy.”
George: This is the part of heredity that will one day likely surprise us all. For instance, you can have a set of identical twins and research into the family’s past through DNA may well indicate that one twin heralds from Asia and the other has inherited that which is truly Scandinavian. You need to allow for the fact that someone’s DNA can be passed on but never be total. Complete, yes. Total, no. The Asian part would well be older than the Scandinavian part. I will theorize on that and hopefully bring that to some kind of conclusion. Right now there are some very important questions being asked about this, but I can’t promise anything. After all this is not even my field.
Ionah: “Do what you can and do make it your legacy. For me, it is good to be in touch with you again, especially since this is via my dear friends and helpers of some 13,000 years ago when I and others fulfilled our dreams of being, by us upstepping the races of South America. It is good that we meet again in this way. Stay with the mission, my brother.
“This is Ionah. May the trade winds strongly billow your sails.”
George: “Thank you, Ionah, Bzutu, Andrea.”