WingMakers is neither a path or teaching,
it is simply a way of living based on spiritual equality,
and in this way of living, it proposes not to judge,
but rather to distinguish carefully between the lower frequencies of separation
and the higher frequencies of unity--one and all.

James Mahu, excerpted from the Collected Works of WingMakers Volume 1


You can Resize the Text here: 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24


In November of 2005 I completed a topical arrangement of the three sessions of questions and answers between individuals interested in the WingMakers materials and James, the translator and creator of those materials.

I was quite satisfied with the final document I produced at that time. Subsequently, our local WingMakers study group began to read the arrangement in the middle of the following year (2006). As our group read the document, it soon became evident to all of us that it could be improved. As we read through it, we noted typos, organizational mixups, and subjects which needed clarification. For the most part these clarifications involved particular Theosophical and Sanskrit terms.

Through my years of working with study groups, I have learned that there is nothing better than receiving constructive criticism and questions regarding the teaching resources I have created for spiritual study. In fact, I believe it was this very need which prompted James to step forward and answer the many questions of students and enthusiasts attracted to the WingMakers and Lyricus materials.

This material is challenging on many levels. From the music to the symbology of the graphic art, from the cosmic concepts to the new and peculiar vocabulary, the WingMakers world is rich and complex. After the three sets of questions and answers were posted on the WingMakers website in 2004, I felt that the many fascinating questions and answers could be more clearly understood if they were arranged by topic. I wasn’t sure if this would be feasible, but as I delved into the material I soon found that it was not only possible, but that the answers revealed an overarching worldview. As I organized the wide-ranging questions they revealed a cosmically centered view of a universe of multiple dimensions—a multiverse.

I submitted the original document to James via Mark Hempel and it was approved for posting to the WingMakers website as an educational resource for anyone who wished to go into the material more deeply. It has been a privilege to share this information with so many.

In that same spirit, I hope this second edition is an improvement of the original arrangement. I have revised the Topical Relationships Diagram to match the revised table of contents. (This diagram is designed to illustrate the relationships between the main topics contained in the document.) I have added explanatory comments to the text wherever we (our group and myself) felt it would help the reader. I have also included a new diagram. In two or three instances I have edited a small portion of a question for clarity and privacy’s sake.

NO portion of James’ answers have been changed in anyway by myself.

It is my greatest wish that the information contained in these answers opens your mind and heart to the tremendous potential of the human species of our tiny planet. In a real and metaphorical sense, humanity today is in its ninth month of gestation, approaching ever nearer to its birth into the lighted day of the multiverse—beyond the womb of our mother Earth. In the great pain and suffering of labor, the midwives and physicians have arrived to assist in the great birthing.

Love, Light, and Life,
John Berges

Revised Edition of Topical Arrangement of WingMakers Q & A
November 5, 2005, revised February 14, 2007

By John Berges

The following sets of questions were submitted to James in three ways: by members of the original WingMakers Forum, by individual email inquiries, and a special statement by James following the tragedy of the 9-11-01 terrorist attacks. Two Q and A sessions related to the WingMakers forum were published between June 1 and July 9, 2001 and a third session was published during the summer of 2003. All three sessions, along with the other sources, were later added to the WingMakers web site under the section labeled “Creator.”

They are true to the originals except for my rearrangement of them according to topic. In a very few instances I have performed minor editing of questions to improve clarity and protect the privacy of questioners where needed. I want to reiterate that none of James’ answers have been altered or eliminated and they appear exactly as given on the WingMakers website. I have enclosed any necessary clarifying information in [brackets]. Hopefully, this will make the material easier to understand. I have done my best to keep these to a minimum.

NOTE: S1, S2, and S3 indicate the Q&A sessions to which each question belongs. S1 and S2 indicate summer of 2001. S3 indicates summer of 2003 Also, I have taken it upon myself to include a set of questions and answers (Creating the WingMakers Website) posted to the WingMakers forum by a member in June, 2001. This set is not included in the three sessions appearing in the Creator section of the WingMakers web site.

The great majority of James’ work contains the lexicon of Lyricus or terms which he himself has created (e.g. WingMakers) from his translations of the Tributary Zones. Beyond this, however, in the six years of my communication with James, along with his answers to questions from various individuals, I have observed his ability to provide answers in the vocabulary and terminology of the questioner.

In every instance of this document (except one as indicated below), “hierarchy” refers specifically to a group of Earth-based spiritual teachers who guide humanity, but never violate its freewill. This group is sometimes referred to as the “brotherhood.” When James refers to this brotherhood as the “Hierarchy” in response to a question, he is using the terminology of the questioner. (Another example of this is his use of the name “Christ.”) In this instance and several others, James is answering questions coming from individuals trained in a spiritual philosophy very close to Theosophy. More specifically these references relate to the work of Alice A. Bailey who claimed to be in telepathic rapport with a Tibetan monk named Djwhal Khul, DK, or simply the Tibetan. When James mentions DK he is referring to Djwhal Khul as member of the brotherhood or hierarchy of Earth-based teachers of humanity.

Further information can be found at Most of this material is found in the section, Earth’s SOA (Hierarchy of Masters). I would only add that the use of the word “master” refers to those individuals who have mastered the lessons taught in the third-dimensional environment of planet Earth, but who have remained on our planet to aid humanity in its spiritual evolution. See the section, James, A Master?

By contrast, in the context of the WingMakers and Lyricus materials, the term “hierarchy” refers to any objective power structure that uses knowledge and information in order to control populations. Hierarchies are not essentially “bad,” but they do become corrupted through the ignorance and fear of those individuals who maintain hierarchies. The only instance of this usage in this document is found in Question 66-S3 in the section, James— Mission and Work. Further information on the use of this term can be found in this document under “Source Organizational Alignment.”] Readers can also refer to the WingMakers glossary for a more complete definition of hierarchy as well as other terms used in this compilation. A more detailed discussion of hierarchy can also be found in the WingMakers Philosophy 2, The Shifting Models of Existence.

Diagram ©2007, John Berges

The term WingMakers is encoded:
“Wing” is derived from the term wind or blow. It is the active force of setting new states into motion.
“Makers” is the plurality of the co-creators—that being the collective essence of humanity.
Thus, WingMakers means that from the collective essence of humanity new states of consciousness come into being.
This is the meaning of the term WingMakers, and it confers to humanity a new identity.
Humanity is transitioning to become WingMakers.”

James Mahu. Excerpted from the Collected Works of the WingMakers Vol. 1.

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"These works are catalytic and intended to help individuals shift their consciousness in order to more effectively access their own spiritual purpose, particularly as it relates to the discovery of the Grand Portal.. 

"The important thing to bear in mind as you review these materials is that you are composed of a human instrument that consists of your physical body, emotions and mind. The human instrument is equipped with a portal that enables it to receive and transmit from and to the higher dimensions that supersede our three-dimensional reality —the reality of everyday life. 

These materials are designed to assist your development of this portal so as you read and experience these works, you are interacting with this portal, widening its view and receptivity."


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