Fake governments that delay the highest good for all,this is Sparta.
The only difference is that this time we are not just 300.
Awesome Comment of Tarmaa about The Origin of Leonidas of Sparta who was no other than one of the incarnations of Serapis Bey.
Tarmaa:Nikos I am an English Native but have lived in Greece for over half this earthly incarnation here, and I feel some others too… I can really relate to the Spartans! and I LOVE SERAPIS BEY
Serapis Bey’s Previous Lifetimes:
Serapis was a high priest in the ascension temple on Atlantis. In Egypt, Serapis was the architect of the Great Pyramid. He was embodied as the Egyptian Pharaoh Amenhotep III, the son of Thutmose IV and the great grandson of Thutmose III, an incarnation of Kuthumi. He also embodied as the Spartan king Leonidas.
Serapis was the sculptor Phidias during the fifth century BC in Athens and regarded as the greatest of all the Greek sculptors. He was the architect of the Parthenon, supervising its exquisitely masterful construction. Within the Parthenon he placed his most famous work, the forty-foot high statue in gold and ivory of Pallas Athena, the representation of the Mother figure, the Goddess of Truth. His art is characterized by its exalted beauty and spirituality, and he lived as the ultimate personification of the golden age of Grecian master artists who had an enduring influence on all subsequent Western art.
The King Leonidas of Sparta—a Lifetime of Unflinching Discipline
King Leonidas is believed to have been born around 540 BC. Although little is known of his early life, the battle of Thermopylae that he waged against the Persians is one of the most famous battles of all time. In August of 480 BC, Leonidas, received a request from the Greeks to stand with them against an invasion by the Persians. Leonidas set out to meet the army of Xerxes, the Persian commander, with three hundred of his personal body guards. An army of 4,000 to 7,000 Greeks joined Leonidas. Together they battled a massive army of Persians estimated to be between 80,000 and 290,000 strong.
On the third day, the Spartans and Greeks were trapped from behind when a traitor led the Persians to a mountain track at the rear of the forces under Leonidas’ command. At that point, Leonidas sent away the Greeks and remained in the pass with only his 300 body guards and 1,600 other Spartans (Helots and Thesbians) who had joined them. The Spartans fought until every man, including Leonidas, had been slain but not until they had killed nearly 20,000 Persian soldiers. The Spartans’ sacrifice gave the Greek naval fleet time to retreat and later defeat the Persians in a battle at sea.
Our prayers go to clean our planet from all the unnessairy dark souls that tend to keep humanity’s vibration down, finish it with it once and for all so we can continue our work peacefully.Nobody needs to suffer any longer.