Divine Teachers — about Themselves: Eaglestform

“Tell us, Eaglestform: why is there no one in Russia who needs what we do?! It should not be so!”

“Tell Me, who needs mountains? Who needs oceans?

“How many people on the Earth know that they need mountains from which rivers flow into the Ocean? Most people take water not from rivers, they just turn on a faucet in the kitchen… Nevertheless, they too drink water from My Mountains!

“Mountains are needed! Mountains are needed so that rivers may flow from them into Me!

“Be a mountain!”

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Freedom and calm reign on the expanses of My Beingness. Having not known them, a soul cannot infuse itself into My infinite Life.

“I send growing souls to the world of earthly concerns and passions, where they acquire experience and strength. By going through many life situations, by getting involved into various earthly affairs, they have to grow and to mature.

“With time every soul has to develop a desire to stop being a part of all this activity — and to become free from it, to go in search for Me.

“This aspiration of soul means that its desire of Freedom has ripened.

“Yet, striving to break away from the earthly, the soul does not know yet what the true Freedom is. The soul continues to live with earthly standards and concepts. Therefore, I guide the quest of such souls. I know the Path to the Freedom!

“This Path brings from the state of limitedness — to My boundlessness and to the infinity of beingness in Me.

“So, the soul has a difficult task: to break away from its habitual limited earthly form and to become boundless and infinite.

“When this transition happens and the soul does not separate itself from the entire infinity any longer — then it becomes truly free.”

“Eaglestform, tell us please about Yourself, we know almost nothing about You.”

“A long time ago I was embodied in India. I grew in the traditions of Krishna. In that incarnation, I cognized Nirvanic states. Only one step separated Me from Mergence with the Creator…

“I became an Avatar in the next incarnation in the north of the South American continent.

“… I lived in a mountain region near the border between Venezuela and Brasilia, in the middle of the nineteenth century. My father was a Spaniard, a descendant of the conquistadors, My mother was an American Indian. They loved each other…

“The life of a mestizo was not easy. I was not accepted by Indians: to them I was a despicable mestizo. I was not accepted by white people either: to them I was an ‘Indian bastard’, a ‘half-blood’…

“In childhood I could not understand this attitude. I could not understand why people hated Me…

“And I strove to win the respect of playmates with My qualities. I was not just brave or strong — I could risk My life for the sake of moments of glory and attention.

“Sometimes boys even made a bet that I could climb a steep cliff without ropes or cross a mountain river in a place where doing it was dangerous for life. They win money from each other, while I, in the situations of extreme risk, entered the state of deep calm. I felt every stone I could step on. I felt beforehand every movement I had to make. I felt a wonderful clarity! It was the state of clarity and calm, of special detachment. I called it the feeling of the spirit of deathduende in Spanish. It comes when you walk along an edge of a precipice without violating the Laws of the Spirit. I did not know, that in reality it was the Spirit of Life. In those moments I did not think about death or glory. I simply lived in the time of the Spirit.

“Despite being famous thanks to such ‘feats’, I remained alone… The loneliness among people depressed Me…

“Often I went to the mountains: there My loneliness did not depress Me. There I felt freedom. There I was not alone: there were the mountains, and they ‘understood’ Me. And I knew their harsh customs — and their great beauty! All who lived in the mountains knew the rules of the Spirit and respected Him. They respected also plants growing over precipices, birds hatching their young, animals hunting there. I too respected all of them, respected their freedom, their right of life, and even the right of a puma, for example, to try to take My life… And they also respected Me.

“I did not believe in the existence of ‘God of whites’: it was only painted statuettes, worshipping them did not help anyone. I also did not believe in the gods of Indians. Yet I believed in the spirit of death because he was real for everyone: neither whites nor Indians could avoid meeting with him. He had power over Spaniards, Indians, birds, beasts. I did not know at that time that it was the Spirit of Life, but I could see how His Wing touches souls sometimes and reveals their essence…

“I began to work as a guide in the mountains…

“A guide is the one who walks ahead of others and leads them, the one who finds a firm foothold and tries its security, who is responsible for the lives of people walking in the group…

“I knew all the trails. I could translate from Spanish or English into the local languages of Indians: My father was a well-educated person and taught Me many things. I guided both expeditions and single travelers in the mountains…

“From then on, when I guided people, new feelings came to My life. I had to feel not only Myself and the path but also every person in the group: an error of any one of them could result in the death of all…

“… Living on the edge, at the limit — when there is no place for doubts and wavering, when thoughts and deeds have to be in absolute unity with each other and when only this unity makes possible the accuracy of actions and quickness of the reaction, when a wrong movement could result in death — thus I lived in My last earthly incarnation…

“I was a Wayfarer and was always alone, from childhood. First I learned to be one-to-one with Myself, then — with the mountains through which I guided people. I lived one-to-one with the death, which heightened to the utmost all the strengths of the soul. I could find satisfaction only in the moments of utmost tension.

“The mountains, people, and I — all became one whole to Me. I was well self-satisfied…

“… Yet the time came when My self-satisfaction based on the human ‘I’ as the center of everything had to be replaced with ‘God-satisfaction’ where the only ‘I’ is the ‘I’ of the Creator…

“… Have you ever watched sunrise in the mountains?

“At the top of the highest mountain there was a plateau. Sometimes, I rose there. From it, there was a spectacular view — everywhere, up to the horizon, there were mountains with smooth tops, steep slopes, and bottomless precipices. And above them there was the boundless sky which as if lied on the shoulders of the mountains. When the Sun rose, then everything: the blue sky and the mountains became suffused with sunlight. Everywhere there was only light, majesty of calm, expanse, and — freedom! And in absolute quietness, one could understand the smallness of oneself in front of the infinity of the universe!

“… Once, when I was going back alone, intuition let Me down, or to put it correctly, it was time for Me to meet the spirit of death

“I fell down a precipice… My body broke… I thought that I had died… Yet it was not death, it was… — Life!

“I fell into boundless Light… In it there was no body, there were freedom and joy of Beingness, the fullness of Life, the shining of joy in the infinity of Light!

“The death of the body did not come. For a long time I was between death and life… I came back to the body for a moment, then dived again in the Light… I glided between these states through a kind of passage similar to a tunnel in a mountain filled with water… On one end of this tunnel there was an entrance to the body, on the other end — an exit to the Ocean of Light. Yet these movements were done not by Me: He did them for Me…

“I did not want to come back to the body. And I embraced with Myself the entire Light striving to remain in It forever…

“And then suddenly I rose above the Ocean of Light like a giant mountain. I felt Myself entirely: I was living, real! I had a face and arms, I could see, move, I was fully self-aware! I could also submerge into the Depths of Light from which I had risen as a Mountain

“Great Calm, Power, and Understanding filled My new being. I was in Unity with Everything.

“… My body looked tiny. I tried to pull it into Myself but did not manage. Then I understood a suggestion of the Great Primordial Light, understood it without words, as I used to understand formerly Him Whom I knew as the Great Spirit. I submerged into the Depth where there was only the Primordial Light, dissolved in It, and began to fill with It from the depth the passage to the body and then the body from within. And then a miracle happened: the body was healed!

“… I spent a lot of time in this unbreakable Unity. I cognized Higher Truths in the Primordial Source, being submerged directly into the knowledge of answers: into the knowledge of the Laws of God, the Laws of Beingness!

“Now — the Great Light was looking with My eyes. It was looking at people, including those who never liked Me, — and Love of the Great Light was flowing to them. And I understood that it was My Love, that I could not live in any other way than becoming a guide for them — a guide leading people through the precipice of death to the True Life.

“… I returned to people and began to teach them that life does not end with the death of the body: that there is the Higher Justice, which we meet beyond the threshold of death. I learned to see states of souls and bodies, causes of diseases, and many other things. I saw that anger, aggression, hatred make the energies inside the body dark — and such people could not be healed. Only deep repentance and change of the very essence of the person could help. I saw the shining of the states of love and tenderness — transforming, allowing one to submerge souls with such qualities into that Light

“For a long time I taught this — the Laws of Love, the Laws of Life!

“I keep on doing this work of Mine!

“And now here — I am so glad to give you the last steps of the Path! It is a rare fortune!”


Revelations written by Anna Zubkova, Mikhail Nikolenko, Maria Shtil, Larisa Vavulina, Svetlana Eremina, Olga Stepanets, Anton Teplyy, and Vladimir Antonov.

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