The Tree of Life appears in many world religions, philosophical traditions, and mythological stories all over the globe, including Ancient Mesopotamia, Iran, China, Europe, Mesoamerica, and North America.
The Tree of Life symbolizes the connection between every sort of creation that ever was or will be and belief in one’s ability to live forever. This goes far beyond just the Tree of Life; I could talk about it for days, but that isn’t what this is about…
The most well-known Tree of Life is the one from the Kabbalah, which our teacher introduced to us.
The hexagram is formed by ten individual points, each of which signifies a distinct divine power.
But there are actually 12 nodes on this Tree of Life in the painting!
As I mentioned earlier, the Tree of Life is an ancient archetype that appears in many ancient religions, symbolizing the connection between every form of creation in existence.
The book “The Shift” by Judy Carmichael and the documentary The Second Earth: Meetings with Experts (which is available on Netflix) Both claim that, as a result of this removal, the two spheres have formed an isolated energy system that is no longer affiliated to Source!
With 12 spheres, there is a complete link to life-generating Source energy in harmony with natural law. The Tree of Life, on the other hand, becomes a closed system that is entirely disconnected from the source.
With fewer than 12 spheres, your energy cannot link to Source, which is the key difference between a full and incomplete sphere.
How does this program work?
The method is as follows: You’ll be taken step-by-step through the 7 Laws of Alchemy over the course of 21 days. Over the course of 21 days, you’ll go through one experiment at a time guided by The Alchemist.
It is IMPORTANT that you do the investigations in chronological order and do not skip around. It’s not as though you can just skip to the end of this book to get the “good stuff.” It doesn’t work that way.
When you follow the Experiments in the exact order, you’ll get the best results according to the programs creator.