Here’s an interesting take on the Jeanette MacDonald – Nelson Eddy romance in an article entitled: “Plato: Communism and “True Love”, authored by Jeff Pierce:
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Plato’s original concept of Utopia and a purely communist state can be found in his writings on “The Republic” 360 BCE. His work lays out the foundation for an idealized slave society where all property belongs to the state, and the people are assigned to their station in life by the ruling class.
Plato no doubt had his short comings, however his dear soul may have cleansed itself by now….hopefully. I admire Plato for another reason. Plato had a connection to a higher consciousness and understanding of the human soul that seems to contradict his philosophy of a perfect society.
The Split-Apart Theory
I will give credit to Plato for his split-apart theory, a topic I would rather write about, and that is “true love.” Plato was the first to reference that man is a part of one soul in which they are only half of. Plato described that the soul is “split apart” from an original ovoid. Each split apart half is a twin or “twin Flame” of the other, sharing many of the same personality traits, characteristics, and appearance. Each half is an exact duplicate of the other, they descend into form and one assumes the masculine and the other the feminine.
Every person has a unique pattern and no other soul in the universe can claim this oneness with you except your twin flame. Because you are only born once, spiritually.
America discovered twin flames in the Summer of 1941 with the cinematic and real life love story between Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald. A perfect match on screen and in real life. Seeing their love on screen and hearing it in their duets as their eyes told one another, and the whole world, the special love of twin flames. The story of twin flames can also be seen in the 1990?s film “The Butchers Wife.”
Many people spend a whole lifetime searching for their other half, as it is our intended destiny to reunite with our twin flame. When twin flames unite there is a magnification of the souls potential and power of creativity that cannot be achieved with another. Nelson and Jeanette were radiant on screen together.
The films they made singly are forgotten, but together they were able to tap their inner potential as twin flames united can, and their films broke box office records. Plato also warned of the difficulties the reunion can bring. Often the magnetism and likeness is so overwhelming the souls cannot emotionally handle the union. Unfortunately for Nelson and Jeanette her career ambitions and their strange combination of people and circumstances kept them apart for their entire lives.
It is hard to imagine how Plato could have two diametrically opposed theories of the human spirit. His theory of Utopia and a communist society diminishes the human spirit and oneness with the divine potential that is our destiny with our twin flame. Communism destroys creativity and the will to be, and fosters instead a death wish culture. Communism is anti-love, a matter golden age without spirit.
As we enter a new age and the year 2012 it is important to hold the concept of our highest potential and oneness with our other half, even if that one is not near. By doing so we can tap into our highest potential and change the course of events in the earth.