I'm very excited to have a forum to discuss my very favorite topic related to spiritual transformation - the WingMakers. When I first came upon the WingMaker material in late 2000, I was initially very skeptical of the story of the discovery of the Ancient Arrow site and all the intrigue surrounding it. Though quite fascinating, the idea of humans from the future planting time capsules back in the eight century which were meant to be discovered only now was just way out there. But as the website was highly recommended by one of my deepest spiritual friends, I decided to give it a chance and at least take a look at the philosophical essay I saw in the links there.
After reading only a few paragraphs into this philosophical essay, I was both surprised and deeply impressed. In spite of the strange esoteric wording used, I sensed some very deep wisdom even in those first few paragraphs. I decided to print out the whole essay in order to find time to read it more carefully. Once I dove in deeper, I couldn't believe the rich depths of spiritual knowledge being shared. Tears welled up in my eyes, and I even began to tremble with excitement. I have been on a deep spiritual path my entire adult life and have studied all major religions and a variety of wisdom schools, but this for me was several levels deeper than anything I had ever encountered.
By the time I finished reading through this WingMakers essay, I was a changed man. This amazing material opened up entire new portals in my being. In less than 20 pages, I felt I gained a far more complete picture of the deep mysteries of life and the universe than ever before. The material at times summarized what I already knew to be true in a most succinct, powerful fashion. Other information was completely new to me.
The most important new realization had to do with the concept of ascension. I realized that I had been buying into an ascension agenda where I believed that paradise was somewhere in the future outside of this lifetime awaiting me. The WingMakers showed me how limiting this belief was. I saw clearly for the first time that the heaven I had been waiting for is available right here and right now.
I realized, in fact, that I came here this lifetime to help presence the divine realms right here on this planet. I saw that my deeper purpose was not about escaping from the lowly Earth planes to some higher place and leaving behind all of less evolved souls, but rather about learning to see divinity in every soul, and even to see the divine perfection in all of the apparent craziness on Earth. I knew that the more I opened to this highly transformative wisdom, the more I could play a key role in helping to bring heaven down here to Earth. The Divine does not want to contract through an ascension process for a select few, but rather to expand to encompass all beings in all realms.
After finishing this most profound, life-changing essay, I determined right then and there that I would eventually translate this amazing wisdom into everyday English. I wanted others to be able to appreciate its value without having to wrestle with the esoteric wording of the original. It took a good while, but I'm quite happy now with the translation I've made. The WingMakers essays you read in lessons 11 and 15 of the transformation course are my translation of this two-part essay.
After reading this powerful philosophical piece, I eventually went on to read literally everything on the original WingMakers website. Over the years, I gradually digested the deep wells of wisdom I found there. When I saw the website begin to change in the first half of 2001, I was immediately suspicious. I won't go into all of the changes and how I believe the original message was very subtly corrupted, as you can read what I wrote about all of this by clicking here.
Please note that I advise caution and discernment if you choose to explore the current WingMakers website at wingmakers.com. Though some wonderful, heart-based information is shared, this current website is also very subtly seductive in getting visitors to buy into hierarchical ways of thinking and to look for answers outside of themselves rather than within. To access the entire website in its original form, click here.
What I want to share with you now is some of the information I came across from following subtle leads in the original WingMakers material. In one of the ACIO memos, mention is made of the incunabula documents. A search on this term brought me to the amazing website at http://www.incunabula.org. From there I learned about Ong's Hat, unbelievable time travel programs, and so much more. If you are up for a wild ride, I invite you to explore the Incunabula website and related links. Though I am not certain, I suspect that much of what is shared there is true.
Speaking of truth and veracity, I'm not completely convinced that everything on even the original WingMakers website is true. There are three strange anomalies which raise serious questions about this. First, the original philosophical essay contains a number of grammatical and spelling errors. If this was truly the translation work of one of the most amazing linguists on the planet, how could there be obvious errors like this?
Second, mention is made in one of the ACIO memos of a secretive group called the Chakobsa. A search on this term revealed that Chakobsa was a language used by Frank Herbert in his awesome science fiction classic Dune (well worth reading). Though it is possible that the memo was referring to the book Dune, this does not seem likely. And it would be very strange if Herbert somehow knew the language used in his book related to a group of real ETs.
Third and most glaring, there is a major inconsistency in the interviews. In the first interview, at one point Dr. Anderson clearly states that 15 (the name used for the head of Dr. Anderson's top secret group) "was only 22 years old when he joined the ACIO in 1956." Yet in the second interview, Dr. Anderson states "He's about 60 years old I think -- or at least he looks about that old. I've never heard anyone say his age." Simple math would tell us that 15 was born in 1934, so Dr. Anderson with his brilliance ought to know his age.
Now do these three anomalies mean the whole WingMakers story isn't true? No, but it does raise serious questions. Having raised these three questions, I can tell you that I've combed the entire original website and everything else is very consistent and believable for me. The second interview is particularly revealing, and very much in line with everything I've discovered after years of carefully researching all of the major cover-ups going on in the world. It all makes so much sense! I do suspect that the WingMakers story is largely true as presented on the original website, and Dr. Anderson is quite an amazing, brilliant man who worked closely with the WingMakers.
In the long run, however, I've always felt that the veracity of the WingMakers story is not nearly as important as the power of the philosophical writings to open me and others to the deep wells of wisdom shared there. Nearly half of the people who have completed the transformation course have shared how deeply they were affected by the WM material. And yet very few of those "in the know" of major cover-ups around the world know much, if anything, about this most fascinating material and website.
Though I am not very psychic, I have felt a wonderful energetic connection with the WingMakers ever since first reading that powerful philosophical essay. I suspect that I am somehow energetically working with them in ways that I am not clear. I feel a profound resonance with their work. I believe their deep mission is to help all who are open and interested to transcend the dense realities of the physical realm to explore expanded realms which are accessible even here on this planet and in this lifetime. They came to give us wings to soar to new heights - thus the name WingMakers.
Yet this is not about ascension in the old usage of the word. Many lightworkers believe that in 2012 or at some other key point, the truly good people of Earth will ascend into the heavens or be beamed up on a mothership, while those who are not worthy will be left behind to fight and destroy each other. If you think about it, this story is quite similar to the belief of born again Christians who believe Jesus will take them up into the heavens at Armageddon.
Yet these belief systems of both born again Christians and many lightworkers would have us abandon all those who would be left behind. If we are all interconnected in one divine cosmic consciousness, why do we want to leave anyone behind? Why would we abandon so many of our dear brothers and sisters to a life of suffering? They are all a part of me. They are all an integral part of each one of us. Why not bring heaven down here and open portals so that anyone and everyone who wants to explore the delicious harmonies of expanded realms can join us?
I know I came here to help all who are interested find these portals to expanded consciousness. I came to help people fly to these most blissful expanded realms. I, too, in this sense am a WingMaker. Are you? Why not all of us become WingMakers together and be an invitation to all whose lives we touch to bring heaven down here right now with us? I absolutely know we can do this. And we can even have a great time while doing it! In fact, this in many ways is what the Transformation Team website is all about. Will you join me in serving as a WingMaker for all humanity? I welcome your thoughts.