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The Container Intro

The Body Container


This concept proposes there is more to the body than a simple physical container holding our blood, bones and organs. It also holds the intangible such as our soul, spirit, emotions, intelligence and memories. Consequently our health and happiness are directly linked to the state of our container.

Put simply, how we treat our bodies has a direct impact on our well being. By making the right choices and decisions, we can energise our container and improve our physical and emotional well being.

This is key because energy and vibration are the foundation of the Universe. Harmonising our container vibrations is the first step to creating a more perfect and sustainable community.

Defining the Container

The concept of the body container is not new. It has existed in various forms for thousands of years. While modern scholars see the container as the receptacle of our intelligence, self-consciousness and memories, ancient scholars and civilisations considered it as a home for our Soul, Mind and Spirit. For both the ancient and modern believers, these are not just names but atomic-level textures or ethereal bodies with their consciousness living within our containers.


There is also a belief that this consciousness can be hosted simultaneously in different containers or, at least, can be transferred from one container to another through frequencies and vibrations. In addition, many agree that not all beings, including humans, automatically possess all of those components in their containers.


To better understand the concept and its origins, we touch on different sources of knowledge, from ancient texts, yogi and ufology. This gives you different viewpoints of the subject and will help you decide whether to investigate further.


No matter how you choose to perceive the resources provided, the fact that our body is the container of something important is undeniable. Consequently this also makes our physical bodies something important and worth treasuring. Regardless of our intelligence and what our bodies include, the container itself is important simply for its existence. It’s the first gift from the universe. It’s the raw material from which you can build something close to perfection.



The Container and Diversity

All forms of life on earth possess a unique container. From single cell organisms to plants and animals. The physical aspects of our container determines our species as well as physical abilities and limitations. However, while not visible, any container may also hold consciousness, intelligence or a spirit. Plants are a perfect example, many studies and research have demonstrated that plants are as highly conscious as humans.

Scientists have estimated that there are around 8.7 million species of plants and animals in existence. However, only about 1.2 million species, most of which are insects, have been identified and described. This means that millions of other organisms remain a complete mystery.s have estimated that there are around 8.7 million species of plants and animals in existence. However, only about 1.2 million species, most of which are insects, have been identified and described. This means that millions of other organisms remain a complete mystery.

Our containers are not important just for their content but also for their biodiversity.

There are millions of containers on Earth, and despite within the same species we share the core features, every container is unique and well described by its DNA.

Regarding humans, which chromosome from each of the 23 homologous pairs of both parents is inherited is a matter of chance.

There are 8,324,608 possible combinations of 23 chromosome pairs.

As a result, two gametes virtually never have exactly the same combination of chromosomes. Each chromosome contains dozens to thousands of different genes. The total possible combination of alleles for those genes in humans is approximately 70,368,744,177,664. This is trillions of times more combinations than the number of people who have ever lived.

Every DNA sequence is unique and, therefore, every container made up of DNA is also unique. This means your container is unlike any other and is important for its unicity, otherwise known as biodiversity.

Origins and Inherent Potential

Many scholars have theorised that ancient texts (including the Bible) have been mistranslated through the ages to enable those in power to control their populations. These different translations and implementations have led to diverse models of civilisation across the planet. It is believed that Ancient Astronauts travelled to the earth Millenia ago to impart their knowledge and educate the population.

There are many different proponents of this theory but one of the most famous is Zechariea Sitchin. Born to a Jewish family in Baku and subsequently raised in Mandatory Palestine, Stichin graduated from the University of London and has published a number of different works. His expertise is recognised in three main areas: translation and interpretation of ancient texts, astronomical and scientific observations and the literalism of myth.

The main argument of Stichin’s research is that the Gods cited in ancient Sumerian texts were actually beings from other planets. These beings, known as Announaki, possessed advanced technology and knowledge and were able to edit human DNA to create workers for physical or administrative roles.

This is supported by the fact that 2016 Kazem Finjan, the Iraqi Minister of Transport, claimed at a press conference that Sumerians had built and used an airport in the Dhi Qar Governorate to launch spaceships 5000 years ago. He cited the work of Sitchin and others to support his assertion.

Another scholar active in this field is the British writer Graham Hancock. He contends that during the last Ice Age, thousands of years before the ancient civilisations of Mesopotamia, Babylonia, and Egypt, there existed an even more glorious civilisation.

This civilisation (referred to as Atlantis by Plato) was completely destroyed by a series of comet strikes around 12,000 years ago. So much so that nearly all evidence of its existence was erased, leaving only the faintest of traces behind. Hancock believes these traces include a cryptic warning that such a celestial catastrophe could happen again.

Mauro Biglino and Paul Wallis are scholars that have focused on the mistranslation of the bible and in particular the term “Elohim”. They theorise the term “Elohim” refers to advanced beings from outer space and is not the name of God. As such, the Bible is actually a collection of stories about Israel and their Elohim, and not the omnipresent God of the bible promoted by mainstream religion.


To support their theory, Biglino and Wallis suggest reading the Bible without translating 5-10 specific words (including Elohim, Kavod, and others). By not translating those words, the context of the bible becomes entirely different from what we already know. And with little effort, we develop a different understanding of the non-translated terms.

According to these scholars, the Elohim were a kind of military force who came to earth to instruct and educate us. They taught us how to be sanitary, how to interact with others and how to develop finance and commerce. Some of them also loved Human women and made significant contributions to the formation of our civilization.


Biglino and Wallis suggest these Elohim lived much longer lives than humans, much like the first Adamites (humans). The Elohim edited our DNA to cause our containers to age. This allowed us to understand the difference between Father and Son as much as Mother and Daughter.


But, according to these studies and theories, our human containers still retain the potential to last over 120 years.

It can be easy to dismiss all the studies and simply lump them together under the term “ancient astronauts”. However, it is worth noting that researchers in this area often study completely different periods of human history and yet their studies frequently draw very similar conclusions.


Some events, such as Jesus Christ and the great flood, appear repeatedly in the history of humankind and many archaeologists, researchers, and scholars endorse these concepts either wholly or partially.

As well as questioning history and biblical events, you may also be sceptical about the possibility of extraterrestrial life. There are many resources online you can explore that look at the possibility of extraterrestrial interaction on earth and examine recorded events.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNiPCV6cAP4 Congress holds hearing on UFOs after whistleblowers claim government kept information secret

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=15FoQ37js_8&pp=ygUIaGlsbCB1Zm8%3D Witnesses Frightened For Their Lives

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJqwi3-10XU – Alien Remains Come in a ‘Variety’ of Shapes and Sizes

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vwzBO3LsGSQ – UFO preventing nuclear war

In short, now that you have a better understanding of the concept of our body as a container, you should be starting to realise the enormous potential contained within each and every one of us.

However, although we have hints and clues from ancient texts and regressive hypnosis, we still don’t know the full extent of the potential held within our containers. While today’s knowledge still doesn’t allow us to fully understand our container’s potential, it does not stop us from trying to access and use that potential.

Now that we have realised what a container is and that our body is not just flesh and bones, we explore the requirements of our container. After a brief introduction, we see how we can energise it with minimal economic efforts.

This is very important because everything in the Universe is energy and vibration. Although we may have opposite perceptions of reality, harmonising our container vibrations is the first step to creating a more perfect and sustainable community.

We have demonstrated how the body is significant because it contains important physical and ethereal elements, but it’s also significant because the container has its meaning and mysteries.

Our unique containers are biodiverse and their potential is limitless thanks to the editable characteristics of our DNA and RNA.