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The Teaching of Mer-Ka-Ba

Hurtak's Keys Of Enoch

In Keys Of Enoch JJ Hurtak describes the meaning of the Merkaba as "Vehicle of the Vehicles", I refere here the Key 3-0-1. He says too, that the Merkaba appears in manifold forms and colors and that it creates and controls time-shifting and the intersection of light-dimensions.

Similiar as Drunvalo Melchizedek, who points out the externalization of the Merkaba as technology, Hurtak says, we shouldn't mistake the Merkaba with spaceships of "negative" intelligences, as they might appear very similar to us with our undeveloped physical senses and lack of discernment.

He states too, that the meaning of traveling with the Merkaba isn't to move from one planet to another, but much more moving within a global energy-field which doesn't belong to time and space, but works as kind of geometry reference for outer manifestions as physical plane is part of.

The usage of the Merkaba is a sign of our spiritual development and will open us other dimensions consciously. Therefore, as Hurtak continues, only a spiritual developed individual is able to invoke and control the Merkaba and will automatically serve with higher intelligences.

J.D. Stone: The Spinning of the Double Merkabah

Excerpt of Beyond Ascension written by Joshua David Stone:

Call forth to your Mighty I Am Presence for your double merkabah. Spin the inner merkabah in a clockwise manner from left to right. Spin the outer merkabah in a counterclockwise direction from right to left. The spinning of the merkabahs in opposite directions is actually a teleportation technique as well as a technique to build your Light quotient and raise your overall frequency and vibration. It also serves to clear any unwanted debris from the chakra column. It can be helpful to ask Archangel Metatron and the Lord Maitreya to help with this particular ascension technique.

Drunvalo Melchizedek's Merkabah Meditation

Drunvalo Melchizedek, and some people he instructed, teach in workshops the Merkaba Meditation: There are 17+1 breaths, where the first six are for balancing the polarity, the next seven for proper pranic flow through the entire body. The further breaths are for shifting the consciousness from 3rd to 4th dimension and finally the last three breaths is for re-creating the rotating Merkabah within and arround the body. The last breath is not teached explicit.The entire meditation is quite detailed shared in the workshop. But the merkaba itself shouldn't be the main focus to attain such a workshop, but helping people "remember God with every breath.", as Drunvalo says, what's Spirituality Is All About Finally.

I think to add here, that the teaching of the Merkaba can't be separated from the teaching of the integration of all selves, mainly by removing the veil which the embodied entity creates by itself to deal with the separateness within physical reality. The reintegration is a "spiritual" process, and the Merkaba or the realization of the ability to focus on other realities is a insight and realization which follows as result of the integration.

The teaching and visualization of the Merkaba may be able to trigger some remembrances "before" we embodied ourselves into the denseness of physical reality, which then is part of the integration. The spiritual integration process of a being is far away to be a linear or sequential experience, it's indeed multi-dimensional.