The Flower of Life in the Nakkal Pyramid of Tibet and the move of Earth's Kundalini(Serpent of Light)Drunvalo Melchizedek
Drunvalo; Since I had been teaching about this design since 1984, these men had found out about me and wanted to know what it meant.
I asked them, at this point, why they were so interested in the Flower of Life. They all sat down around me and began to tell me a long, long story of the discovery of a very unusual pyramid in Tibet that their exploration team had discovered a few months before. What they had to say was prodigious.
It's been so long that I have forgotten their names, but the one that seemed to be their leader or spokesman became excited and began to speak with authority. He pulled out maps and photographs and laid them all over the tabletop, flattened them out and looked me in my eyes.
He told me about the first exploration team that tried to reach this Tibetan pyramid, but spoke about how they just were not prepared for the trek. It took six months to reach this pyramid, which was high up in the western Himalayan mountains. There were no clear maps, as hardly anyone had ever been in that area, and they had underestimated how long it would take to reach this spot.
To further complicate matters, this pyramid was all white and was covered with snow for the entire year except for about two to three weeks, so a team would have to perfectly time their arrival in order to actually be able to fine and hopefully to enter the structure.
He said that the first team made it all the way to the edge of the mountains where they could look down at this magnificent pyramid in the valley below, but were unable to continue or the whole team would have died. They simply did not have enough supplies for the extra time and were forced to return. This was, I believe, in the early 1980s. But only a few years later these men sitting around my table had tried one more time.
This time they were better prepared and had arrived at this Tibetan pyramid just as it was completely exposed for their exploration. They were amazed to find that, unlike the Great Pyramid in Egypt, it was not sealed. It had a single opening that allowed the team to enter unobstructed.
Over the next two days, they told me their story of finding the pyramid, which they called the Great White Pyramid. They explained how it appeared and how there were no markings, writing, hieroglyphs, or anything whatsoever on the surface or walls of the pyramid, inside or outside, except a single primary image high up on a central wall inside the main room. It was the image of the Flower of Life. This was why they had searched for me and found me in the middle of an isolated desert.
They wanted me to speak about what the Flower of Life meant. They were hoping I would lead them to whoever built this pyramid, for they had no idea.
I could not explain what the Flower of Life "really meant" in an hour or two. This is why they stayed two days. It is the creation pattern for the entire universe and everything in it, including all living creatures. It's even the creation pattern for aspects of the universe that are not considered things or matter, such as emotions and feelings. But I did my best, giving them a mini Flower of Life workshop, minus all the ceremonies, prayer circles, meandering stories, and, of course, the Native American sweat lodge.
These men talked about their incredible luck of being the first human beings to actually touch this unusual pyramid. They said that no other pyramid was known to exist anywhere near this one, which was completely isolated in an inaccessible region of the Himalayan mountains. They kept talking about how strange it was for such a pyramid to be located where no civilization has ever been.
The feeling from the day before of something special occurring had not left me. I knew this information was significant, but really, I didn't know at that time how significant.
When they left the Nakkal Mystery School, filled with excitement, the photographs they had showed me of this amazing pyramid kept coming back to me over and over again. I could almost taste why this was important, but still, nothing would come to my mind.
Finally, a couple of days later, I was in meditation, and the two angels appeared in my inner vision and said, "This pyramid is called the Nakkal Pyramid. We know you don't understand now, but in time, you will. In the future, all will be revealed to you."
But why the "Nakkal Pyramid"? And why the Nakkal Mystery School? At that time all I knew was that the Nakkals were high priesthood from Atlantis. I didn't know they had anything to do with Tibet.
There was so much I didn't know. But I trusted the angels and kept them in my heart. When they would speak to me, I always felt like a little child trying to understand the world around me, sometimes bewildered, sometimes excited, but mostly amazed by life and how the angels so gently introduced knowledge to my simple understanding.
In time the Nakkal Mystery School was disbanded, as all such schools are, but the memory of this exploration team and the pyramid they found would not leave me. And in time, the angels did tell me the entire history, which I will share with you as we continue.
The Serpent of Light had now left its home, the Nakkal Pyramid, and was moving freely to find a new home and eventually a new pyramid, and the Unity Consciousness Grid above the Earth was growing close to completion. By 1989-1990, four years after I first learned of the pyramid, the grid had grown to its first level of Unity, but the Serpent of Light would still be searching for its place in the Earth, appearing out of phase with the Cosmic DNA.
But one must always remember, Life is perfect.
Source: The Serpent of Light http://books.google.nl/books?id=_WI-ocomMkAC&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_v2_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false