Préparations for Morocco.

Session nr.24 of 4 August 2013 – - English translation - Original French.

Place: Mezza Verde in Placencia, Belize

Present: Carole and Wivine

Visitor: Malvantra Melchizedek

Malvantra spoke after 1h10 min               Total time meditation: 1h26min.

Malvantra here: we have prepared you during several meditations for the work you will do in Belgium, Spain and Morocco.

Morocco has been for nearly 1,000 years a huge empire stretching from Niger until Spain. Marrakech has been the cultural and economic centre throughout the Arab world and West Africa for hundreds of years.

The original population was composed of Berbers from the orange, green, indigo and Andite race. There was indeed a large population with pale skin and light eye colors who settled in the mountains in a distant past before Christ.

They are mainly farmers, herders and nomads. They were converted to Islam by a spiritual leader in the 7th century A.D. It was a highly spiritual and moderate Islam, with a different accent than the Islam of the Arab countries and the Middle East.

There are still very holy places in the Sahara, South of Morocco dating back to the 6th century AD. Unfortunately all towns and villages of the Berbers who lived in the Sahara in distant times are now buried in the sand due to winds and storms. They lost many of their ancient culture but still take care of the little that remains of their holy places.

The people of Morocco is very blended following successive waves of races, cultures, religions and influences from every horizon of which Islam and Arabism are just one component, but essential and important.

We will guide you to holy places in Morocco of more than 15,000 years old and others dating from the 6th to the 12th century AD.

Some places are buried and you cannot recognize them. That is why you have to make regular meditations, just like in Turkey, to be guided and study the map. It is a good idea to start your tour of Morocco from Casablanca and the rest of your itinerary will be given later in Spain.

I thank you my children and if I no longer see you I wish you ‘bon voyage’. Good bye.



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