Primordial Kings & Incarnation

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Primordial Kings & Incarnation

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PRIMORDIAL KINGS & INCARNATION

 

Question:

 

If a man's primordial king is imparted to his wife and he dies before he can impregnate her, and she remains a widow, can that primordial king within the woman make that woman great?

 

 Answer:

 

I do not think so because, as I understand it today, the primordial king has to be born as the higher soul of a material body-personal soul (personality) unity, i.e., as a gilgul. For the primordial king to make the widow great, it would have to overthrow her existing personal soul (personality) which is rooted in the marrow of the bones of the material body. But the primordial king imparted to the widow by the late husband is not rooted in the bones of the material body of the widow, so it cannot keep her alive after it overthrows the personal soul (personality).

 

A primordial king that is born with the material body and personal soul (personality) is not rooted in the marrow of the bones of the material body, except through its piggyback attachment to the personal soul (personality). So, neither can a primordial king that is born with a material body-personal soul (personality) unity, i.e., as a gilgul. keep the material body alive after the personal soul (personality) is overthrown.

 

In the  case of Christ, the Blood of Jesus, entering into the material body-personal soul (personality) unity either BEFORE BIRTH, ie, by gilgul, or AFTER BIRTH, ie, by ibur, it can successfully swallow up the primordial king that is born with that material body-personal soul (personality) unity, and overthrow the existing personal soul (personality) without it resulting in the death of the material body-personal soul (personality) unity, because Christ, the Blood of Jesus, includes the sinless personal soul (personality) of Jesus of Nazareth, which swallows up whatever remains of the personal soul (personality) that was born with the material body and acquires its roots in the marrow of the bones of the material body.

 

Elijah did not acquire Jesus’ material body, but could have if he wanted to, by swallowing up the soul of Jesus of Nazareth. But, he did not swallow the soul of Jesus of Nazareth. He joined it to the Supernal Mother in the Kingdom of God, and they swallowed up Elijah’s personality.

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