As Albert and Johann clasped hands, Ezekiel uncloaked The Atlas, exposing its Light from the Holy of Holies. He touched the screen of the Crystal Lux portal to steady the Ark, and their etheric bodies were drawn into the vessel. The pickup accomplished, Ezekiel gestured over the control panel and the golden ship vanished.
The silver-haired pilot focused on manipulating the craft’s holographic controls, simply motioned for his passengers to sit behind him. Albert was trying to look everywhere at once. After a moment Johann cleared his throat. “Uh, Albert.”
“What?” said Albert, coming down to earth and turning to his friend.
With a wry look, Johann pointed to their clasped hands. “Oh, right,” Albert said, letting go. “But…look at this…whatever it is,” he said, gesturing to the glowing interior of the craft.
Completing his course settings, Ezekiel turned to the two boys. “This is an energetic vessel called an ark, Albert. It is something of a metaphor, actually, and allows us to travel through the constructs of time and space.”
“But…How…What…” Albert tried to formulate a question but was completely overwhelmed by what he was seeing.
Ezekiel held up a hand. “Easy, my friend. Let me try to make sense of things for you.”
Albert heaved a sigh, “Yeah, that might help.”
Johann nodded. While he had a fair amount of experience being in the inner realms of Light, this travel through time was new to him.
“Okay, let’s see,” Ezekiel said with an easy smile. “First off, my name is Ezekiel. Like Moses, Jesus, Akhenaten and others, I am what’s called a Traveler or Mystical Traveler. We have a specific role to play in the spiritual evolution of mankind.”
Albert’s eyes widened, “Wait, Ezekiel as in’ Ezekiel saw the wheel’ Ezekiel?”
Ezekiel’s laugh was friendly. “Yes, that would be me.”
Having become familiar with working with spiritual masters, Johann was not surprised. Albert was still working on it. “Uh, okay…” he said, trying to process it all.
Ezekiel continued, “You, Herr Einstein, also have a part to play in the unfolding evolvement of humanity, and that’s why you are here.”
“Wait a minute,” Albert said shaking his head. “I think you’ve made a mistake. I’m just a clerk in a patent office.”
“Yes, that’s what you’re doing now. Well, at the moment in your present time and space. But you have a destiny and we Travelers are assigned to assist you in realizing it.”
“Destiny? I’m not so sure I believe in that,” Albert protested.
“That’s reasonable enough,” Ezekiel responded. “But let me ask you a question. What is consuming you? I know it’s not working in a patent office.”
Albert rolled his eyes. “Of course not. I am working on proving certain theories of light, time…” Albert was suddenly struck by where he was and that he was moving in a dimension other than his own. “… and space,” he concluded haltingly.
Ezekiel smiled to see the realization dawning in Albert. “So, do you know why you have such a burning interest in these things?”
Albert could only shake his head, his mind still struggling to grasp the immensity of what he was experiencing.
“Well,” Ezekiel said, “like destiny, this may challenge your scientist’s demands for tangible proof in the material world.”
“Go on, “Albert said.
Ezekiel chuckled, “Well, suppose—just suppose—that you are getting glimpses into a past life you had.”
Albert started shaking his head, but Ezekiel continued. “And in that life, you were a scientist working with light, time and space. And you have been having memories of what you learned in that lifetime.”
“Okay, I’m going to need some time to look at that,” Albert declared, rubbing his temple to try and alleviate a headache that was developing.
Ezekiel smiled with compassion. “Take all the time you need. I know this is challenging your scientific mind. But I think you’re getting a sense that there’s a lot more going on than what the mind can readily grasp.”
Albert could only nod and retreat into his thoughts to consider what he had heard.
A short time later, the pilot beckoned Albert and Johann over to watch as millennia of time passed on the Crystal Lux portal.
Albert’s eyes grew wide, then narrowed as he was struck with a thought. “Hey, wait a minute. If things are as you say, then shouldn’t we be able to move through time instantaneously?”
Ezekiel nodded approvingly. “Very good, Herr scientist. However, as I said, this craft is a metaphor. It would be too distressing to the conscious mind to have things appear simultaneously, so it operates in conjunction with the constructs the conscious mind accepts.”
Albert nodded, satisfied for the moment, though he knew he’d have to think more about all of this before he could really accept it. He was pulled from his speculations when Ezekiel announced that they had arrived at their intended destination; Atlantis 10,400 B.C. by their reckoning.
Albert watched as the Traveler manipulated the holographic controls and their craft came to rest in a luxurious botanical garden with flowering trees, a lily pond, and water fountains. As the craft’s port opened, the smell of Jasmine permeated the air.
Ezekiel remained in the craft as Johann and Albert exited and looked around. For Johann, Atlantis was not all that different from the inner realm school environments where he had been studying. But Albert was amazed by the scene that confronted him.
In one location, tall Atlanteans walked a labyrinth in devotional reflection. In other areas, people walked and talked as they made their unhurried way to the Temples of learning and healing that dotted the landscape. An aura of peace and tranquility pervaded the environment.
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