Pronounced tr-ee-bus, an Aether Creature smashing truths in your consciousness because it uses time patterns and awareness from the 6th dimension.
The three-headed oracle called the Tribus primarily manifests at the sixth-dimensional frequency. It is common for people to encounter the Tribus in unconscious dream time, in lucid dreams, in visions, during astral travel and when engaged in journey work (both medicine-assisted and meditative). Being an oracle, the Tribus acts as a medium through which the universe itself may deliver awareness, truth, advice and prophecy.
Each of Tribus’s heads is responsible for supreme vision relative to an element of time. The centre head (blue) is responsible for the now. The head to the left (dark) is responsible for the past and the head to the right (light) is responsible for the future… Unless the person encountering the oracle is Arabic, Hebrew, Pashto, Persian, Urdu or Sindhi, in which case due to their right to left orientation, the oracle’s side heads reverse position.
Perhaps the best way to comprehend the powers of the Tribus is to compare it to a well-known story, the Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. The story begins on Christmas eve with a man named Ebenezer Scrooge, who has a reputation for being mean-spirited. He is visited by the ghost of his dead business partner, Jacob Marley. Like Scrooge, in life, Marley was greedy and self-serving and as such, his spirit has been condemned to wander the Earth weighted down with heavy chains. To save Scrooge from the same fate, Marley tells Scrooge that he will be visited by 3 ghosts. These visitations occur. The first is by the Ghost of Christmas Past. The Second by The Ghost of Christmas Present. The third is by the Ghost of Christmas Future. The first takes him to review his childhood and past to review both good and bad aspects of his past, but especially to make him aware of the trauma that led him to being how mean-spirited he is now. The second takes him to see what will happen that very Christmas (the present). This spirit brings him into the reality of what Scrooge does not see about his current life and the people in it. The third takes him to see the future, where he is forced to see the circumstances surrounding his own death as well as the outcomes and consequences of his life if he changes nothing and remains the same as he is today. Pleading with the ghost and looking at the gravestone with his own name written on it, Scrooge promises to renounce his isolated, mean, self-centred ways and to honour Christmas with all his heart and celebrate those things that Christmas represents all the yearlong. Suddenly Scrooge finds himself again safely trucked in his bed. Being completely overwhelmed with joy to be alive and by the chance to redeem himself. Full of gratitude that he has been returned to Christmas Day, Scrooge is a changed man. For the rest of his life, he provides lavish gifts for the poor and treats his fellow human beings with kindness, generosity, and warmth.
Inherent in this story is the power of The Tribus. It can show you the truth of anything related to any point in time. And it can be a medium through which the universe as large can show you anything it feels you need awareness of relative to any point in time. The Tribus is a master of patterns. It is a master of cause and effect. This oracle lies dormant until someone is to use it as a gateway to awareness.