Channeling Stephen the Martyr: UFOs and “Love that is the flood.”
Posted on 04 September 2018, 7:51
During the seven years of our conversations with the spirit of Stephen the Martyr, through trance medium Tom Ashman, we experienced numerous striking synchronicities with UFO manifestations, each of them helping us to see all of humanity at all times as participant in universal spirit. St Paul said of this Spirit, “in him we live and move and have our being.
A very persuasive book in this regards is Leslie Keen’s UFOs, Generals, Pilots and Government Officials Go on the Record.
When one of the group asked about UFO’s, Stephen responded with a beautiful Song of Hope which I named “Love that is the Flood”
This particular conversation with Stephen went as follows.
Olive: Now I have received [intuited] quite a bit on UFOs and beings from outer space coming soon to help humanity. Others in the group have received this too. So is this true or is it just something we are imagining?
Stephen: Should we be surprised that in the whole of creation, the whole of that creation that is the parched land, love is the flood that shall make the parched land fertile.
As the parching becomes more than the flood from the whole of creation which is the well of love, and the well of love should not increase, then from the depths, and from the sides of the well, Love will flow forth.
We are in danger often of minimizing our vision of many of these things, as man has always done.
These things that we see and hear in these days, in days when I would need not to use Thomas [when incarnate as Stephen 2000 years ago] They would have seemed stranger than these [present days] that cause you wonder.
There are many things yet that physical man will need to experience and will need to know; the greater the need, the greater the parching, the greater the growth, or the greater the flood of love that will come, and it will come from greater depths, from all that has been created.
We might, as a particle on the parched land, look at that one drop of water and say that this has come from a great distance to help humanity, where in truth we have only become a little moist.
The flood that will come to quench the thirst of us all is yet to come, and there will be no misconceptions at this time for we will not be in need just then for we will be moist and fertile.
It does not always need the water from a distant part of the world to moisten or dampen us, for close to us, each day of our lives, there is moisture enough that we might breathe and not crack.
Maybe we think it is that the moisture that comes from the place furthest away will dampen us better, therefore we forget what is nearestand look for that which is distant, when all we need to know is that when the well springs forth and growth has come and we are saturated, we ourselves will blossom forth.
I say this: neither deny that moisture that comes from a distance nor attach to it greater wetness than what is yours already, for both are for the same purpose and none greater than the other.
If we stop drinking what keeps us from cracking, in order that we might wait for the distant droplet, then we will shrivel and become hard.
For in the distance is the imagined sweetness which we already have in sufficient quantity.
For when the flood is come, all that love from the distant and the close will be with us; we will not lose one to gain the other, nor gain one to lose the other.
Take what we have.
Should the other droplet come to us then be glad that the well of life is the same and comes undisguised when the need for growth is the greatest.
I have said to Michael: Be a good husbandman and sow your seed. Do not be concerned that it will perish through the lack of the flood of the Saviour.
We are here now and we plant our seed for growth.
The soil is open, that it might receive the seed, and the flood of living water will come upon that seed.
If we have planted well in truth it will flourish and the growth which we came away from the Source to achieve, will be great.
For as you can see that each thing that was created, it was created in the image of what truly is.
As man is in that image, and represents what is the Father, so all things represent and are in the image of what is.
Each day, before our eyes, each month, each year, each season, unfolds the story of the order of things.
We can see when we plant our seeds, we have the sun that dries, the water that nourishes and makes to thrive. We know that to feed ourselves in order that we might grow we must care for and plant our seeds well and till that soil. This then is the order of what we must do for the Father does not leave us without a book of reference.
He does not leave us with a great mystery that is insoluble. He teaches us that wherever and whenever we rest, having everything with no effort, what is remains.
But with our so-called achieving, what we call “knowledge” has created barren land which nevertheless the Father can use to make the garden, that was indeed perfect, much larger, so in the end we have not one garden of restricted boundaries but a continuing one that will flourish.
(If you are interested to read more about Stephen and UFOs, see my book Into the Wider Dream.}
Michael Cocks edits the journal, The Ground of Faith.
Afterlife Teaching From Stephen the Martyr by Michael Cocks is published by White Crow Books and available from Amazon and other bookstores.