There is going to be a very special symposium on August 25 - 27, 2017, in Garden City, New York. This symposium will be the first step in a public disclosure initiative from the Inner Earth - the Kingdom of Agartha, to the people of Earth. All of Humanity is welcome to attend this public symposium and learn more about this ancient civilization and their timely message to Humanity. For more information please click HERE
In Telos, only when a couple is united in a sacred marriage are they allowed to have children. Since parenting in Telos is a long-term project, couples desiring to have children must first take special parenting training. Children born in Telos spend full two years in twenty-four-hour care with both mother and father. This is most crucial to the psychological make-up of the child. The father takes the first two years of the child's life off from his civil duties so that the infant can have balanced and equal time with the earthly representatives of Father/Mother God. Since the government provides all necessities for living, the two-year period is ensured for the parents.
A newborn child in Telos will receive a set of ten godparents soon after birth. In Telos, a child will never feel that he/she does not receive enough attention with an additional twenty very loving parental figures to guide them through their early years. It is usually arranged that all ten sets of godparents chosen will have newborn children of their own. As the child grows, it will spend time living with each set of godparents. This instills a subconscious acceptance that Father/Mother God will always be present since so much love from varying sources is available. Children learn early on that they will always be loved and provided for.
Children begin schooling at the age of three and their basic education continues until they reach the age of eighteen. Between three and five years, five days a week, they attend a half-day of organized play directed at learning basic social and art skills. Basics such as colors and numbers are taught in fun games. From five years on, they are in school for a full day, just like schools on the surface of the Earth. The language taught in school is Lemurian as Telos is a Lemurian culture. The Lemurian language originates from the universal language of our galaxy, known as Solara Maru. Other planetary root languages like Sanskrit, Hebrew and Egyptian also trace their origins back to Solara Maru. While the English language is not mandatory for students, it is taught as an optional second language.
All the children's desks are equipped with computers that link them to the Universal Energy and Information Grid. Since their computer network runs on amino acids, a living force, it taps into the akashic records and higher elements of the Christ Directive and cannot be corrupted. Consequently, it provides historical information that is accurate and truthful. The teachers in all the schools in Telos are trained Melchizedek priests and priestesses. When Telosian youngsters are old enough to get into some serious mischief, they enter the "Group." These groups of ten to twenty will experience all the wonders of puberty and adolescence together. Group members will experience, share, experiment with, discuss and grow through the various issues of adolescence. The "Group" is very effective in handling the classic teenage problem of resentment.
At the age of eighteen and the completion of basic education, an individual then chooses the direction he/she wants to take for the next few years of their life. One option is advanced studies in the field of their choosing. Some teens will choose to go directly into the Melchizedek Temple and begin spiritual training as a temple neophyte. Another option is to go straight into service in the Silver Fleet (Fleet of Telosian spaceships). Since all subterranean cities are active members of the Confederation, it is everyone's duty living in Telos to serve at least one six-month term in the Silver Fleet made up of beings born on planet Earth (from Telos and Posid - located under the Mato Grosso in Brazil). And another option for young adults is to participate in the daily workforce. Five days a week, four to six hours a day is dedicated to working; this is how the city keeps running. For example, if a young teen loves the earth, plants and flowers, he/she can work in the hydroponic gardens and help the city abundantly supplied with fruits and vegetables. If a young girl has a strong desire to become a dancer, she can go to the Temple to be trained by temple dancers. Other options include communications, transportation, cooking, manufacturing, household work, etc.