The Treasures for Ascension from the God of All Knowing
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The Nine-Step Dance of the Divine
According to the gods, my life path number is thirty-three, and so be it. For a number to truly embody a master number, it must have been ordained so by the gods. Otherwise, the number is reduced to a single digit. The master numbers are eleven, twenty-two, and thirty-three. These numbers represent angels in human forms, and they are the divine instruments on earth for assisting and helping humanity.
The master numbers are the angels who identify themselves by how many wings they have—master number eleven is an angel with two wings, master number twenty-two is an angel with four wings, and master number thirty-three is an angel with six wings. I am not a numerologist, but I am going some with this.
The Churning of the World Ocean of Milk at Angkor Wat in Cambodia
Around the twelfth century AD, something monumental and unprecedented in the history of humanity was being religiously and meticulously carved into the stone wall of a great temple, Angkor Wat. Miraculously, the carving remains intact. It had witnessed the rise and fall of many empires. It had seen humanity in its greatness. It had suffered the inhumanity humanity willed upon itself.
This carving was different from others in that it contained hidden messages from an ancient legend about the true meanings and purposes of human progress. When humanity is ready for peace, the ancient carving will reveal itself and unleash its hidden secrets and treasures upon its people and the world. These treasures have been given to them by the gods long ago. Hindu monks decided that the gifts were too far advanced for their time and too dangerous for them to involve the ruling class in them, so they carved the messages into the stone of the great temple and enchanted it for the future.
According to Hindu legend, during creations, there were two opposing forces, the asuras (demons) and the devas (gods). They fought for control of the universe. The battles went on forever back and forth; no one had the upper hand until one side made a mistake. The devas, being all good and pure, channeled their powers from that source of goodness and purity. To maintain that connection, the devas had to stay pure and free of vice and vanity or they would lose their connections and become weak.
Indra, the king of the devas, made a mistake when he indulged in vanity. He and the other devas had to pay a hefty price. They lost their connections to the source and were weakened. The asuras took advantage of this situation; they triumphed over the devas and took control of the universe. The devas suffered humiliation and defeat and went into exile.
The asuras ran the universe; they roamed freely and displayed arrogance and complacency thinking that the weakling devas would never again be a threat to them. But the devas took advantage of this opportunity and gathered the remnants of their forces. They appealed to Vishnu, the second in the triumvirate of the gods. They told him they wanted their powers back so they could control the universe.
Vishnu told the devas to stay put and be ready. He would devise a plan that involved the participation of the asuras and the devas. The tricky part was to get the asuras to go along with it, but Vishnu was persuasive. The asuras had no choice but to agree to a temporary cease-fire, a hiatus. They went along with the plan.
Vishnu explained to the asuras that during their past conflicts with the devas, much of creation had ended up in ruins. Among these ruins were many great treasures and the most pride treasure of all, the amrita, the elixir of immortality. To retrieve these treasures, the asuras and the devas had to learn to work with each other without killing each other. Thus, an unlikely and unholy alliance was formed.
Under the flag of truce, the asuras agreed that all the treasures retrieved from the Ocean of Milk would be shared equally with the devas. But Vishnu knew that if the amrita appeared, the asuras would take it by force from the weakling devas. Unbeknown to the asuras, Vishnu was planning to turn on the asuras should that happen.
As the plan unfolded, a mountain was carved off into a giant churning rod and placed in the Ocean of Milk, the Ocean of Immortality. Vasuki, the king serpent Naga, volunteered to have his serpentine body wrapped around the giant rod and be used as a rope that could be pulled back and forth much like a tug-of-war game. The asuras claimed the head side of Vasuki while the devas had to be content with the tail.
But Vishnu informed the devas that the head of Vasuki was filled with poison and that the asuras would be weakened by it. As a result, the asuras had to work even harder.
Right from the start, the giant rod was starting to sink into the ocean. A giant tortoise, one of Vishnu’s incarnations, helped stop the giant rod from sinking by using its shell to support the rod. Vishnu managed the operation in the middle and helped both sides. He kept an eye on the giant rod and the emerging lost treasures.
This arduous labor went on for thousands of years, but many precious things were recovered and were shared equally among the asuras and devas. Tensions were high on both sides as the anticipated amrita, the elixir of immortality, made its appearance.
The asuras made their move; they took the amrita for themselves. But Vishnu took back the amrita and gave it to the devas. The devas drank it and became powerful and immortal. One asura managed to take a drink of it, but before he could swallow it, Vishnu cut off his head, so only his head became immortal.
With their power and their immortality, the devas defeated the asuras and maintained their control of the universe.
All humans have their purposes. If they serve their purposes, their souls are subject to recall and are reincarnated in new vessels with new purposes. But after thousands of years of reincarnating, some are ready for departing this plane of existence and being reborn in a different world or a different existence—the god existence.
The Treasures for Ascension from the God of All Knowing describes this path to ascension, and it can guide individuals on a virtuous path of enlightenment. Because it takes three steps to be with God, author Khamsone Limsavanh has translated his vision into three unique chapters. The first shares a narrative of a young man and his journey into his mind and soul, where he encounters two supreme beings who later reveal to him the meaning of life. The second chapter uncovers more details of this young man’s dark past and how he attains enlightenment. And the third chapter concludes by providing evidence for divine intervention in our lives, as the divine assist us and help us understand our destinies.
If you are ready for awakening, you must become ready for ascension. The gods in you will make you immortal when you ascend if you subdue the dark forces in you. This has been the goal from the beginning. If you are not ready for ascension, you must accept the path of enlightenment. Maybe the next reincarnation is the one for you. Good luck!
About the Author
Khamsone Limsavanh emigrated to the United States in 1981 as a refuge from Laos. As a way to show his appreciation for his adopted home, Limsavanh joined the US Army and served from 1992 to 1996 before pursuing a degree in electrical engineering. After moving to Florida and spending twelve years practicing meditation, he finally achieved ascension in 2006. Today Limsavanh is an ascended being, and he is a channeler with a latent human-psychic ability.