By Geoffrey Hoppe
I can’t think of another topic that has touched the hearts and souls of Shaumbra like the Realm Workers has. It took me by total surprise, perhaps because I was not one. I didn’t see it coming. Adamus mentioned it a few times to me at the end of 2022, and then asked me to write an article about it for the February 2023 Shaumbra Magazine. It’s been the hot topic with Shaumbra ever since.
The Crimson Circle Facebook page has been more active than usual, partly due to the new people coming in, and a lot due to the incredible postings about life as a Realm Worker. In the recent live workshops here in Kona, Hawaii in March and April, over 80% of the attendees identified as Realm Workers. We had some fascinating discussions with Adamus about their “re-entry.”
The whole idea of realm working put the pieces together for so many Shaumbra around the world. For many years, they have wondered what they were actually doing to affect consciousness on the planet. One of the attributes of a Realm Worker was leading a relatively quiet life, away from the frenzy of regular human existence. They were too pre-occupied to take on busy or demanding family or career roles. Oftentimes they felt like part of themselves was off somewhere else, but didn’t know why. Many were physically tired in their human’s lives for unexplained reasons.
Bingo. For so many, the idea of realm work put the final pieces of the puzzle together. At the recent Staying in Grace workshop, Adamus explained, “Your realm work was an important element leading up to Heaven’s Cross. Some of you were doing it for 30 years or more. Somebody took issue with me in our last gathering because I call it realm work. They said, ‘Well, no, it’s not really work. We’re doing it for a reason, and it’s all joyful and happy’. You can call it whatever you want, but it was work for the human. It took a toll for those of you that were doing it, because part of your human consciousness was literally in the other realms doing the work. There were many sacrifices by your human self.”
Can realm work just be an excuse for bad behavior or not accomplishing much in life? The question came up during the recent workshops. Surely it could be, but for the Shaumbra I’ve talked to and the posts I’ve seen in social media, it’s a deeply valid explanation rather than an excuse. Their reactions were more like, “Wow, I finally get it!” rather than “I must have been a Realm Worker because my life is a mess.” With only a few minor exceptions, I haven’t noticed any makyo related to realm work. You either get it and identify with it, or not.
Adamus posed the rhetorical question, “Why didn’t we talk about the Realm Workers five or ten years ago?” and then answered his own question: “It’s very, very challenging. It’s lonely. You’re not aware of it while you’re still here on the Earth. It wasn’t something we could talk about prior to this because it would have disrupted a balance. Let’s say we talked about this five years ago. Everybody would have claimed to be a Realm Worker. There was an agreement not to disclose it, an agreement that you would do the work quietly in the other realms and try to live a life here on this planet. The emotional stress and confusion was enormous. But you’re a hearty bunch and you said, ‘I can do it. I can take it on. It’s no problem. This is the thing I’ve been preparing for, for many lifetimes.’”
Adamus talked in more detail about what the Realm Workers have been doing all these years. “The general concept was pretty simple. It was equivalent to being a human sitting on a bench and radiating your light but the Realm Workers went into mass consciousness itself. Mass consciousness is like a big cloud surrounding the Earth. Every human thought, every human experience, everything is in mass consciousness. You went there as Realm Workers and the idea was to bench in the midst of mass consciousness. You went right into it and parked your butt and radiated your light. Pretty simple. I mean, who couldn’t do that?! Pretty simple, until you start feeling everything in mass consciousness. Mass consciousness builds and grows and gets even more dense. It’s not like there’s a machine up there that cleans it up and spits it out as nice clean energy. And you can imagine over eons of time with humans on Earth how that cloud of mass consciousness has built up.
“You started to realize just how dense it was. It was a burden. And then what did you do? Instead of just benching and radiating your light, you started to absorb those energies as your own. You felt that to effectively do this work, it was important to dive into those energies that really weren’t yours, whether it was energies of lack of abundance or health issues or just battling the demons, that you had to dive in and shine your light at the same time. This can be overwhelming. It’s different when you recognize, ‘This is an outside energy. This is not my stuff.’ But once you start getting into the game of letting yourself immerse and even believe it’s yours to even a small degree, then it’s really tough to get out because you’re taking these on as your own.”
Adamus continued: “Here we are now, just a month or so after Heaven’s Cross. Many Realm Workers are weary after their deep work. They wonder if it had any impact because they don’t see any immediate changes in the world. What they don’t see yet is the new light has activated the Christ consciousness seed that was planted over 2000 years ago. The seed has been deep within mass consciousness and will now start germinating. Then one day very soon – boom! – the seed breaks through the surface and everything changes.”
The subject of Realm Workers could make for a fascinating sci-fi fantasy movie. The main actors (Shaumbra) lead double lives, one as humans coming into Realization on Earth, and the other shining their light deep into mass consciousness and the other realms to help bring about the Apocalypse. By day, they lead relatively quiet, inward lives amongst the muggles, but by night they put on their wings and venture into the other realms. They shine their light into some of the toughest places, even pretending that it’s their own reality in order to help transmute the old energies.
The closing scene of the movie shows the character walking back into their house at sunrise one morning. They look over at their human self still sound asleep in bed. Soon the human will wake up to the new day, but the Realm Worker knows that today will be different. The work is done now. It’s only a matter of time before the new light starts changing everything on the planet. The Realm Worker smiles, knowing that the human doesn’t yet realize the impact of what has been done. The human is still very tired and disoriented from the long ordeal, but the Realm Worker knows this will soon pass. In this final scene, the Realm Worker take off her wings and instead of hanging them up on the usual hook in the entryway, the Realm Worker brushes the grit off the wings and carefully places them in a storage box and tapes it shut. Then she puts a label on the box – “Mission Accomplished” – before crawling into bed with her human self.