The Law of One, Book I, Session 23
Questioner: Can you tell me what happened to Ikhnaton after his physical death?
Ra: I am Ra. This entity was then put through the series of healing and review of incarnational experiences which is appropriate for third-density experience.
This entity had been somewhat in the distortions of power ameliorated by the great devotion to the Law of One.
This entity thus resolved to enter a series of incarnations in which it had no distortions towards power.
Questioner: Can you tell me what the average life span was for the Egyptians at the time of Ikhnaton?
Ra: I am Ra. The average life span of these people was approximately thirty-five to fifty of your years.
There was much, what you would call, disease of a physical complex nature.
Questioner: Can you tell me of the reasons for the disease?
I think I already know, but I think it might be good for the book to state this at this time.
Ra: I am Ra. This is, as we have mentioned before, not particularly informative with regard to the Law of One.
However, the land you know of as Egypt at that time was highly barbarous in its living conditions, as you would call them.
The river which you call Nile was allowed to flood and to recede, thus providing the fertile grounds for the breeding of diseases which may be carried by insects.
Also, the preparation of foodstuffs allowed diseases to form.
Also, there was difficulty in many cases with sources of water and water which was taken caused disease due to the organisms therein.
Questioner: I was really questioning about the more basic cause of disease rather than the mechanism of its transmission.
I was going back to the root of thought that created the possibility of disease.
Could you briefly tell me if I am correct in assuming the general reduction of thought over the long time on planet Earth with respect to the Law of One created a condition whereby what we call disease could develop?
Is this correct?
Ra: I am Ra. This is correct and perceptive.
You, as questioner, begin now to penetrate the outer teachings.
The root cause in this particular society was not so much a bellicose action although there were, shall we say, tendencies, but rather the formation of a money system and a very active trading and development of those tendencies towards greed and power; thus, the enslaving of entities by other entities and the misapprehension of the Creator within each entity.