What is meant by ‘the surface population’?
I would say: buckle up because the answer might come to you as a surprise!
The surface population refers to the humanity on the outer shell of planet Earth. That means us. (I will come back to this in a following blogpost).
The outer shell?
Yes, there are several!
Perhaps you have heard of Inner-Earth? This actually refers to the original Earth when it was still a satellite and ‘under construction’. At a certain moment, however, one saw that another shell was beginning to form. This was the outer shell that is currently considered to be the Earth’s surface and on which we live. It was agreed at the time that for security reasons the Inner Earth and the surface population would have nothing to do with each other. In other words, the passages and portals were sealed and access would only be granted in special cases.
Those who have read my books will remember that one of my personal testimonies was about the formation of this atmosphere. I even traced this incredibly beautiful process to the birthplace of the present Olympic Games! The early atmosphere that was forming was being monitored, assisted and steered by countless Wise Men who were keeping a watchful eye on it from their airships, while on the ground the young Ur-Terranians were checking, by means of long-distance and high-distance running, what capacities this atmosphere had to have if it was to support mankind sufficiently in the future.
As a matter of fact, simultaneously with the formation of this sphere, the Original Unity Energy Network or Crystalline Pyramid Network was installed. This network connected on the one hand the Inner Earth with the so-called Outer Earth or surface population; on the other hand it provided a permanent and flowing connection with the One Source.
As a member of the Galactic Federation of the United Worlds, and as an Ur-Terranate, I was simultaneously assisting in this epic undertaking on multiple levels (read: dimensions).
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