Okay, run with me here for a minute. The first thing you probably think when you hear The Freeya company is some sort of business company with products or services for sale, right? Well, that isn’t the kind of company we mean.
We used to have the expression “a company of friends” to indicate a loose group of people who hung out together or did jobs or projects together. Or maybe a company of mountaineers got together to climb Mt. Everest. That’s what we mean here. Freeya is a group of people-partly-who have gotten together to accomplish certain spiritually-oriented tasks. This is an open group, so we’re always looking for new members. The tasks we’re interested in completing have been going on for a very long time and no end to them is yet foreseen.
But hold on: what’s that about “partly”? The group is only partly composed of people? Who are the others pray tell? The short answer is they are beings, let us say, who exist on a higher plane of reality, and who are trying to help us recover something we lost long ago. A part of our consciousness if you want to know. As you begin to visit the various locations where I explain parts of this, you’ll begin to understand what exactly we lost and when. What’s more important, though, is how we can get it back. We can’t do this alone, and that’s where the Freeya company comes in. Not only must we help each other, we also need help from certain spiritual entities that appear within our consciousness once we have quieted our minds. There are exercises and practices for this.
Mind you, these others in the Freeya company don’t write books and they don’t talk out loud through other people. What they do is give you pictures, symbols, sounds, even words, sometimes, and they’re always for your benefit. You may speak them out loud, but then it’s you speaking. What might see odd, is that these others aren’t interested in proving their existence to those predisposed to believe they don’t exist. That’s fine; you go your way, they’ll go their way. However, as an aside, how many people in the audience don’t clap when Tinkerbell is about to die? Or, if they weren’t embarrassed to clap in front of their friends and family?
Everybody who isn’t embarrassed to clap, and who wants to find out more about such things as faeries, is given the technical term Fool. These are people who aren’t afraid to perhaps look foolish before their friends to pursue their own spiritual advancement. They can join the Freeya company if they want. For others, J. K. Rowling has given a new term to those who aren’t the least bit interested in clapping. They’re called muggles.