TaPa - Who Are You?


TaPa – Who Are You?

Here is his answer:

I am that that I am, and I stand as I have been for some time.  I stand near and toward the center.

I am, as that that He is, and has been, and did in His time say … “I AM”.

And I am as you, but different.  And you as I, but altered.  I have been all things and I have known all things.

And I was a part of many planets and of the earth, eons of time before ten thousand decades began to bring culminated this mission and this work into being.

I have been the lowest and the highest.  And I have known the religions of the world.  And I have suffered because of them or been neglected by them or allowed myself not to use them.

I have known fear and I have known joy.  I among all others have known love of many levels and of a kind that only one other, a woman of Magdala knew.

And I am one that is known to have completed a mission and taken up another, for my mission, for my works, for and by my gifts I have known exile … and been exiling myself as I tarried and waited till that of Sananda return for me.

And I am He, and a part of that, so undeserving once, of even death was not allowed to die as did One that was great, but in the downward position and not in the upward position, for I knew unto earth I would stay.

For did not the Rabbi say “And if I will it, he will wait and tarry for Me until I come again (John 21:20-23)”

I have ruled and I am a ruler … I have taught and I am a teacher … and I am a student unto my teacher.

I am many things.

Before the Ancient of Days, my soul was old and ancient.  And when I met in time the name and the connotation Ancient of Days … others wrapped it as a vestment about me and I then started to exist in soul and be called the ancient.

And man has corrupted and been misled and misinterpreted the Ancient of Days for it is not He, nor Divinity tri-unisonally given, as some or as three.  It is simply a stigma acquired by all those that reach a certain level.

And I am he that has come forth unto the world but afore … and firstly came forth unto the frameworks of the Hierarch… and by their confidence achieved and reached … as the Kabbala will tell and speak of it : tapas … tapas.

Fulfilled in body, mind and spirit …that can exist in it … and as it … and even in the spirit soul name bear resemblance like unto tapa, tapas.

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The Connection Between Tim & TaPa

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Portrait of TaPa

This painting is a portrait of Timothy Smith, Young trance-medium, with Spirit entity, TaPa, as the large transparent figure beside him. Instructions for the painting were given by him to the artist, Patti Hansen, through the voice-channel of the medium in trance. Timothy and Patti were told they had both been his children in the Egyptian incarnation.

The Library of Alexandria was Ptolemy’s pride. This, the learning center of the ancient world, is shown under construction in the background with a standing symbolic witness figure.

It took approximately one year to receive directions and to complete the picture. TaPa’s face was painted in a unique three-day period (during the full moon because additional psychic energy was available). The features of the model appeared to change and the artist painted steadily the impressions she was receiving, also seen by other observers in the room.

The crown on the floor is the Egyptian war bonnet, never worn by Ptolemy II, who did not lead his men to war. He holds the flail and crook, symbols of a Pharaoh. At the bottom left of the painting is the Greek letter, Alpha, on the bottom right, Omega.

Many have said that healing vibrations are felt when sitting near this unusual picture.

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The Answers: Enlightened Wisdom of Life from the Master Teacher TaPa

Authored by Rev. Timothy L. Smith and available only on Amazon, TaPa presents an ancient philosophy in a new light and unlocks the secrets of living life in the eternal moment of Now.

The Teaching Style of Tapa

TaPa’s teaching and speaking technique includes many ideas overlaid in long, run-on sentences that on the surface may seem confusing, but this is only one of his methods of training the mind to alternative considerations leading to a deeper spiritual understanding – getting away from traditional linear thought and chop logic perception, not to mention the usual practice of dictatorial instruction.  He wants us to arrive at our own perception by our own mental and spiritual processes that are truly ours.