Expanded Definition, Meanings and UnderstandingsThe Primordials are those aspects of the Creator who were in existence in the very early stages of creation of this Universe. Some of the Primordials were in existence in the Dimension of Oneness. Others came into existence in the dimensions created shortly thereafter. The Primordials are foundational (fundamental) to our origin, our beginning, our life and our existence. This is so because the Primordials are those things. The primary placement of the Primordials within the nature of the Creator and within the order of Creation, informs us as to the primary importance of the Primordials to our understanding of self and all else. There are many Primordials such as the Elements, Atoms, Pre-atomic particles, DNA/RNA genetics, Water, Air, Sun, Moon Earth, Spirit and more. For humans,* all creation which came before us are Primordials to us. This includes plants, insects and other animals. For humans, all Primordials are our Roots, our Ancestors, our Parents. They are in us. They are our inheritance and we are their legacy.** What has been said up to this point is that the Primordials are the metaforms of humans (the before forms of humans).
This means the Primordials, singularly and/or in formula recipe combinations, are metaphors (mirror images) of humans. This means humans and the Primordials are each other's reflection. The Primordials are reflected through humans and humans are reflected through the Primordials.
For example, when we speak of human anatomy, we are saying we are composed of Atoms, which is a Primordial. Anatomy is an+atomy. Based on the suffix “y” and the context of usage, atomy means a lot of Atoms just as juicy means a lot of juice. In other words, atomy is a collection of Atoms. Humans are “an” collection of “Atoms.” Humans are a collection of the Primordials. For the moment, our willingness to understand more about the Primordials will be guided by the Primordial Four (Water, Air, Sun, Earth), due to their familiarity even at Giri So. This allows the fundamental to have conversations with the basic in order to help us move beyond basic understandings of life and existence and get back to fundamental understandings. The more fundamental our understandings are, the more fulfilling life will be. This is true because when our understandings move towards the fundamental, our motions also move towards the fundamental. This causes us to logically fulfill our most fundamental needs. These needs exceed the basic needs of basic understanding and move towards and beyond the 64 basic needs that are spiritual.
In this manner, we evolve and are saved – by ourselves and earlier forms of ourselves.
The Primordial Four, and several other Primordials, have been discussed throughout these messages. Even when not mentioned, due to their Primordial intentions, they mention themselves.
They continuously speak on their own behalf on our behalf.
For them, there is no other way, because They are Us and We are They.
As such, the Primordials are The Way. They continue their living through us and we continue our living through them.
*Although most of what is said applies to other creations also, this discussion will tend to focus on humans because we humans must start with a more oneness conception of ourselves in order to better understand other creations. A better understanding of other creations is a non-negotiable component of becoming one with the Creator. Thus, knowing the self in all else, is essential to our salvation, thus, our next level continuation in this life and the next. So, this series not only focuses mainly on the Primordial Four, it also focuses mainly on humans. This must be kept in mind in order to maintain the flexibility necessary to contract and expand as we move through this portion of our process of becoming one with the Creator. **This begs questions of, What kind of legacy are we leaving to be inherited by the creations who come after humans? Who are we the Primordials to? Will they treat us the way we are treating our Primordials? Lastly, let us be certain to always remember, that the more we gain a fundamental understanding of anything, whether we agree with it or not, the more we will understand more about self and the more we will understand about all else. In fact, to be in balance, we must seek fundamental understanding of that which we like and don't like because those twin understandings will help us understand the nature of the same within self that we like and don't like. These dual understandings will also help us stop being fooled or fooling ourselves when something we like or don't like about self or in others or in the world, is something we already understand but is simply in another form. We will recognize more of what is for what it is and we will understand how to react within, in order to respond without. If everything in the previous paragraph is not already happening based on what we already think we know, then whatever understandings we currently have, they are not yet fundamental enough to get us to where we need to go.