In Golden Atlantis, for fifteen hundred years, the people created Heaven on Earth. This halcyon time was 22,000 years ago, when women were fully in their power – and so were men. Male and female were considered equal but different and each knew they had incarnated to experience complementary roles.
So women stayed at home and looked after the house and children but were most certainly not treated as the little woman. They were honoured as spiritual beings, whose homemaking skills, artistic talents and creativity were admired and valued. For instance they undertook the nurturing role of cooking in order to learn about and express their feminine energy and this was deeply appreciated.
Of course they also had certain powers, which made life easier. For instance a housewife could click her fingers and levitate a utensil into her hand from the other side of the room. She could clairvoyantly watch her children playing in a local stream or telepathically send a message to her husband who was out in the fields. Because she could see auras, she knew exactly what was going on for the people in her life.
Their houses were simple, round or oblong and built in natural materials, and everything inside it was rounded or curved. Decoration was very simply. There might be an inspiring picture or mural on one wall, specially created for the householder by an artist and designed to maintain a high frequency.
The only ornaments in the early days were crystals, and the housewife would ask the elemental within them to light up the evenings, so that they would glow.
The living space was downstairs and the bedrooms were upstairs, where the sleeping rooms were partitioned areas, without doors. It was not as if the woman had to run upstairs when she forgot something. She could always teleport. But she would often prefer to do something physically because she realised she was here to experience life in a body.
Beds were made of wooden boards, slightly elevated, with a soft cover, usually woven from cotton. The Atlanteans of this period would never hurt an animal but when it died naturally, they used the skins. Soft cushions to sit on were filled with chicken feathers or wool from sheep, but only after they had asked the animal's permission to take it.
There were no bathrooms for everyone bathed together in outdoor pools and saunas, in the warm climate.
They were sociable, fun-filled, happy, people so families and friends loved to sit out under the stars, round a fire, and tell stories, play music, act, dance or sing together. Families lived together, and as the generations grew, they would extend their homes or at least live in the same area. Naturally they all ate together and blessed their food, intuitively understanding that blessed food is super charged with divine energy.
The women would sit outside in a cluster, creating pottery, weaving or sewing together. Clothing was a simple tunic of wool, cotton or silk, dyed with natural plant or shell dyes. Their only decoration would be a crystal attuned to higher consciousness.
If a couple wished to marry a priest would examine their auras to check that they were spiritually and emotionally compatible. If they were not they would not wish to wed, for a union was to provide mutual caring, learning and comfort for the responsibility of parenthood. It ensured that a baby received a balanced emotional upbringing guided by both masculine and feminine energy in its formative years. While marriage was a sacred commitment, no ring or other symbol was exchanged, for they considered no one could own or limit someone else. At that time no one had sex outside a relationship because the commitment of having children was considered sacred.
When a couple was ready to parent a child, they would communicate with its soul before conception, so every single baby was consciously chosen, invited, welcomed and loved.
Animals were considered to be important family members and every house had a cat, which watched over them and kept the frequency high. Soon after a baby was born, a dog would arrive at the house and be welcomed in! Its role was to nurture and protect the child, who in turn learnt to look after his pet, which taught him about caring for other species. The dog even went to school with his child. Every child also had a rabbit. There were on average three children, three dogs and three rabbits in each household! However the family did spend most of its time outside. It helped that people and animals communicated telepathically, so there was excellent inter species understanding.
Everyone was vegetarian and plants grew easily in the rich soil, nourished by crystals, music and advanced hydroponic technology – so there was little work to do. Food was grown and stored communally and you helped yourself to what you needed.
They all lived relaxed, contemplative lives and extended families loved to picnic, swim and play by water. Mum was always helped and supported by her husband and other members of the clan.
When the children were quite small they spent part of the day in a nursery, where they were helped to develop socially and spiritually by people chosen for their ability to teach babies and children. And by the age of three they gathered into groups, outside in nature and were encouraged to learn through, song, drama, music, art and play, in order to expand their right brain, which keeps the connection to Source open.
Wise women were much revered. At full moon they would fly above the ley to gatherings, where they would conduct ceremonies and access high frequency energy.
Not every woman was destined to marry and have children. Those who had a pre-life contract to remain single, would join the priesthood, where men and women were considered equal, and care for orphans or become spiritual healers or teachers.
All the women in Golden Atlantis were enlightened beings. It is time now for women to reclaim their role as wise ones. Then the planet will rise in consciousness again and the energy of Golden Atlantis will return.
Discover Atlantis by Diana Cooper and Shaaron Hutton published by Hodder Mobius.
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