I then watched a video by Brohemia about how you can meet and talk to your spirit guides in just three steps. Again it involved a door surrounded by light and a garden. When I was in the garden my guardian angel walked over to me.
Her face was kinda like a Picasso painting. There was a diagonal split through her face, making one side slightly higher and closer non-symmetrical. There was also some type of wavy interference that made her face unfocused. She had black curly hair pulled back into a bun and was wearing a formal Elizabethan formal dress.
“Hi, It is a pleasure to finally meet you,” I said. She looked at me anticipatingly. I continued ”I saw myself in a past life, do you know who I was?”
“You were a Magus from the Magi.” She thought. I didn’t hear her voice but rather her thoughts in my own internal voice, repeating what she had thought.
I had studied about the Magi when I wrote about them in a screenplay I had written in 1991. The Medians had a priesthood caste called “Magi” who resided in Rhaga, modern Tehran.
They were renowned ancient practitioners of astronomy/astrology, alchemy and other forms of esoteric knowledge. It still survives in the modern-day words “magic” and “magician“.
“What was my name and where am I from?”
I’m not sure if it is wise to publicly tell people my past life name or guardian angel’s name. “Your past life name was “blank”, who was a hypothecate from Kangavar.” She thought.
I never heard of the words before but later found on the internet that the name and city were Magi.
Hypothecate means to pledge as security without delivery of title or possession, like a mortgage. Apparently, I gave people mortgages.
A Magi Temple to worship Anahita (Mother Goddess) was indeed built in Kangavar. Worship of Anahita dates back to pre-Zoroastrian times. She was a major deity in the pantheon of the Median civilization (728 to 550 BC).
The Magi eventually merged into Zoroastrianism, who practiced the first monotheistic religion.
In Zoroastrianism, the purpose in life is to “be among those who renew the world…to make the world progress towards perfection”. Its basic maxims include:
- Humata, Hukhta, Huvarshta, which mean: Good Thoughts, Good Words, Good Deeds.
- There is only one path and that is the path of Truth.
- Do the right thing because it is the right thing to do, and then all beneficial rewards will come to you also.
If you would like to read more about the Zoroastrians and how they influenced Judaism, then click Appendix I
I researched this ancient culture and found a link between Zoroastrianism and Judaism. In fact, right in Genesis, it talks about the sons to whom Keturah, Abraham’s concubine, gave birth:
Zimran, Jokshan, Medan, Midian, Ishbak, Shuah. 1:33 The sons of Midian: Ephah, Epher, Hanoch, Abida, and Eldaah. Even Moses’s father-in-law Jethro was a Midianite priest, which means he was a Magi.
The belief system I had developed on my own, or so I thought, matched that of the Magi/Zoroastrianism, Spinoza, and Einstein.
My guardian angel told me her name which translates as ‘deity’.
Looking back at my life, I saw how I had been influenced by my past life, even as a screenwriter.
I wrote my first screenplay in 1990 about The First Jewish Evangelist, (FJE). It is about a man who is bestowed with the power to heal and remove demons. I acted as the FJE for a video class and in a standup comic routine.
I also wrote a screenplay in 1991 called The Conspiracy, it is about the Magi tricking humanity into believing that heaven is the place to go. In the story, the protagonist figures out the reason for Heaven having gates. It’s not to keep souls out, but rather to imprison them. Funny thing is that the Zoroastrians were the first to describe heaven.
I have been struggling my whole life in trying to figure out if I should be a screenwriter, marketing writer, or startup entrepreneur?
Is it a coincidence that I am a Jewish Magi reincarnate and somehow they are linked together?
After seeing everything she told me was true, it made me realize that I needed to focus on being an energy healer.
I am not a Shaman/Priest/Rabbi and won’t keep any secrets from you. It’s in my nature to share knowledge. It continually gets me into trouble with people with fixed mentalities. If you love and pursue truth and try to learn something new every day with evolving viewpoints, then please contact me.
The following story is of how I became a lightworker in my present life and the obstacles I overcame. I will try to be as vulnerable as I can and hopefully this will reveal to you my nature.