Echelon (era and echo)
The purpose of the occult group was to continue the spiritual traditions secretly after the persecution, a particular and specific task assigned to that group after the priesthood was dissolved.
To monitor the transmigration of the soul.
To what purpose?
To learn what we are and what life is.
The method is to identify the vessel into which a known soul is to be reincarnated, to nurture that child until such time as signs of self-awareness from the souls past life can be identified, especially as education and training to wake up past life memories, to integrate.
Egyptology is full of this. Ba, Ka, Ru-spirit, aspects of Self. To understand that better in a pure context we must explore Buddhism.
The question is:
Are we simply preparing a vessel for another soul to occupy it, or has that other soul organically and naturally come into that vessel? Is it possible that the vessel could have two souls both its own original one and the one that’s reincarnated into it?
Do these two selves compete or combine within an individual to become a whole individual?
Or is it more simply that, the individual is an animal until the soul awakens?
Following from which, once these questions have been answered, should the tradition be continued as it is simply because that is sufficient to maintain the tradition and the human awareness of what we are, or does it need to adapt to beyond that?
Different branches within the underground priesthood emerged. Some believe that specialist schools to answer each specific question which came up was necessary and those became the foundation of entire cultures supported by farmers to great food, trade, rulers over the domain while the spiritual was explored in the temple complex by those initiated into the mysteries who could see further than the simple power base of a ministry.
Those who deal with the dead, spiritists, are regarded by the non-initiated, “spiritually dead” to be necromancers by those who deal with ‘the light’, an aspiration towards spirituality and by those who deal with the practicality of governing mortal affairs.
Therefore the highest are discredited by the middle grounds as being the lowest, which is problematic. The uppermiddle of officialdom regarded as being the highest, which is problematic.