[Excerpt from Michael Speaks: November 2009]
[Question] Would the Michaels care to comment on the channelings of Muhammad, since I feel that it’s probable he was a channel rather than what is accepted as a religious prophet. I’d also welcome the Michaels’ take on the Islamic mantra “Lakum dinnakum, wallya din” – “to you be your way, and to me be mine” in the context of the push for Islam to dominate the western lifestyle via the enforced implementation of Shariah law which, by Qur’anic implication, should simply be passively available to those who choose to follow it rather than being a requirement.
This King-Cast Priest fragment represented the totality of one reunited Entity’s perspective and was, indeed, a Transcendental Soul. We remind you that a Transcendental Soul, unlike an Infinite Soul, is still subject to Maya and Chief Features, and this fragment never rose beyond his Chief Features of Martyrdom and Greed. The imprinting from Artisans and Warriors around this fragment from their wounded views of their position relative to authority, and their lot in life, began the distortion of the teachings that were originally intended for a rise in confidence among the weak, poor, and helpless. The teachings began to attract those who resonated strongly to victimization and their fear of not having enough, turning the teachings into a path paved by resentment and defense, which continues to color the teachings to this day.
The mantra quoted might be one of the few moments of clarity from the Priest’s entity, but even this mantra was corrupted with a force that best be summed up as an addendum of “….as long as your way is also mine.”
Muhammad is one of 5 Transcendental Souls of the Common Era. One Transcendental Soul of the 5 who had any significant “positive” effect as intended was that of Gandhi.
Edited by Janet