Fairy tale history as collective development of consciousness

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After the revision of the Grimm’s “Hansel and Gretel” to the new “Gretel and Hansel” with four more continuation fairy tales and “Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs” to “Snow White heals the Queen“, I should also look at “Little Red Riding Hood and the Bad Wolf”. About this fairy tale it is noticeable that there are several, especially three, different traditions and different interpretations that have influenced the fairy tale content. When in “Hansel and Gretel” as well as in “Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs” I assumed that consciousness contents are conveyed, in “Little Red Riding Hood and the Bad Wolf” these are overlaid by social objectives. What is the reason for this?

The fairy tale “Little Red Riding Hood and the Bad Wolf” is so old that people no longer know, what to do with the original fairy tale message. This message no longer corresponds to their state of consciousness. Therefore, the fairy tale has been superficially continued and used for social experiences. These range from ancient initiation rites to werewolf fears and a juxtaposition of the pleasure and reality principles, to moral deterrence as a warning against moral trolls and pedagogical education in obedience.[1]

In fact, “Little Red Riding Hood and the Bad Wolf” describes a fairy tale consciousness still before the reign of the karmic dominance system of the old age. It is in the middle of the struggle for its alignment, which can no longer be comprehended by people with consciousness already related to the karmic dominance system. At the same time, this struggle gives the fairy tale message an openness that leaves room for the most diverse superficial interpretations.

For example, the grandmother (the wise old woman in “Gretel and Hansel“) is first described in the original fairy tale consciousness message as so healthy that she nourishes Little Red Riding Hood with the red cap as life force; only to be continued immediately afterwards as sick and weak. Now she must be supplied in universal-earthly twist by the mother (inner woman) through Little Red Riding Hood out of the earthly consciousness part.

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Likewise, Little Red Riding Hood is not fixed in the fairy tale. For example, the wolf cannot eat her on the way to the grandmother, because she is too strong. Little Red Riding Hood still has access to joy, but at the same time is distracted by it from her path, that is, access to the wise old woman; this, again, only temporarily. In the grandmother’s house, her intuition still functions to the extent that she is warned. Nevertheless, Little Red Riding Hood can no longer follow her intuition, so that she is eaten.

Typical for a still very early consciousness is also the very strong (double with the grandmother and Little Red Riding Hood) tender female transition and the close proximity of the contents of consciousness. As usual with New Age souls, in the fairy tale character Little Red Riding Hood the soul-tender female transition and the inner child flow into each other. Also, in the collective fairy tale consciousness of that time, the hunter, as a down-to-earth inner man, is still perceived as being so close to the grandmother and Little Red Riding Hood that he can free them from the wolf’s belly.

At that time collectively clearly perceived and described in the fairy tale is only the wolf as karmic dominance system. This is in the fairy tale consciousness in the beginnings of its power takeover. Its goal is the sole domination in the consciousness by taking over (eating) the tender female transition in the form of grandmother and Little Red Riding Hood. To what extent this actually succeeds already in the original, orally transmitted “Little Red Riding Hood and the Bad Wolf” remains unknown, because especially the fairy tale ending was later overlaid by superficially motivated fairy tale versions.

At least after “Little Red Riding Hood and the Bad Wolf” the karmic dominance system has succeeded in taking over power in the collective consciousness. How this was carried out is described in the fairy tale “Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs”. Only temporarily nourished out of the original universal connection, the final consciousness of “Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs” consequently goes increasingly into the lack initial state of “Hansel and Gretel”. Even if the individual and in the different countries collective states of consciousness remain manifold, the world consciousness of the old age is meanwhile stably in the lack consciousness of “Hansel and Gretel”. Therefore, the new age picks up the people at “Hansel and Gretel”, corrects this fairy tale to “Gretel and Hansel” and conveys a healthy development of consciousness through the continuation fairy tales.

After the previous fairy tales, “Little Red Riding Hood and the Bad Wolf” and “Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs”, have conveyed the collective development of consciousness up to the state of deficiency in “Hansel and Gretel”; how does it continue from there? What solution to get out of this state of lack again does “Hansel and Gretel” offer? The fairy tale consciousness of “Hansel and Gretel” correctly recognizes that the inner wealth can only be obtained from the universal connection, that is, from the witch. At the same time, however, the karmic dominance system wants to keep its power and therefore kills the witch in order to get her treasure.

This fairy tale solution is an evil shift of guilt towards the feminine. The karmic dominance system with its separation from the Universal due to its claim to power is responsible for the lack in the earthly consciousness; i.e. for the poverty of the woodcutter family in the fairy tale “Hansel and Gretel”. But the witch is made responsible and burned for it. This shift of guilt already begins in the fairy tale “Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs” with the queen in the glowing shoes and is explained by me there. In “Hansel and Gretel” the shifting of guilt is continued and stabilized by the burning of the witch.

At the same time, the solution in the fairy tale “Hansel and Gretel” is not even possible. Without universal access there is no inner wealth in the earthly part of consciousness. This means, without the witch there is no treasure; this burns together with her. From her wealth the healed witch as wise old woman can give only voluntarily, as I correct it in the revised fairy tale “Gretel and Hansel“.

What is to be learned from the fairy tales of the old age? Mainly how not to do it and how to do it better instead. That is why I have revised “Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs” into “Snow White heals the Queen” and “Hansel and Gretel” into “Gretel and Hansel“, and have written the continuation fairy tales to “Gretel and Hansel” as a fairy tale collection “Gretel and Hansel heal the Witch” ‒ as a guide for a healthy collective development of consciousness. Musubi leads humanity into this healthy consciousness through the weibliches Spirituelles System (female Spiritual System) in the new fairy tales.

Berlin, June 24, 2022, Ayleen Lyschamaya, Musubis female creative power

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[1] https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rotk%C3%A4ppchen