Introduction to the WingMakers
What it is and why it is
“The term human derives from the Latin conjunction of “homo” (man) and “humus”
(earth).Thus a human is an earthly being—descended from earth, as opposed to God
or some heavenly abode. 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. I have posited that humanity is transitioning to
James wrote those words in his Introduction of the Collected Works of the WingMakers Vol. 1. They define the core of this website and its diverse collection of materials. WingMakers.com was launched in the fall of 1998 without any fanfare of promotion. It very quickly caught the attention of various groups who wrote articles about the website, and from there it went viral within the various enlightenment, conspiracy and spiritual communities around the globe.
What makes WingMakers different? Well for one, its creator is anonymous. James Mahu doesn’t speak to the media. He doesn’t go on the lecture circuit. He doesn’t promote himself at all. He has no ambition to be a guru or spiritual leader, and in fact, is the first to tell people that they can remodel their belief systems from within—through their own insights and intuition. James has offered the WingMakers Materials as a framework and life practice that—for some—can appeal to both the mind and heart. It is, in a sense, a collection of activation tools, and this website, is the “tool chest.”
Another difference in the WingMakers.com website is that it’s unaligned to anything else. There is no organization to join or membership dues to pay. The vast majority of the material is free. The only materials that are sold are those that require a cost to create like books and music CDs.
What’s the Purpose of the WingMakers?
As author and spiritual seeker, John Berges elegantly put it this way in his introductory comments in
Volume 1 of the Collected Works of the WingMakers:
“Although the WingMakers material is presented as a mythological story designed
to stir our imaginations, stories of this genre are not necessarily pure fantasy, but
often contain elements of truth, and this is also the case with WingMakers. Recall
George Lucas’ many hours of conversation with Joseph Campbell, probably the greatest
student and scholar of mythology in the past one hundred years, as he conceived the
Star Wars epic. In his tale, Lucas brings the forces of good and evil into clear focus,
but underlying these two exterior forces is the power of the Force. The power of the Force
is the bedrock of the mythological world of Star Wars, it being the essential
underlying foundation connecting all life. The WingMakers mythos takes the Force
concept one step further, making it more specific by placing the presence of the Force
within us as—the Force of the Sovereign Integral.
“So the success of mythical tales, both ancient and modern, lies in their ability to touch
our hearts, our feelings, and our deep intuitive sense of connection to one another and
to the universe. It’s all about how they make us feel through the information they provide.
The WingMakers materials follow this tradition. Hence, the entire WingMakers’ presentation,
with its array of artistic expressions, is designed to trigger the primal memories of our
spiritual origin and nature—long lost and forgotten—as we have journeyed through the
worlds of space and time. The material challenges us to feel and think deeply about who
we are as a species, where we came from, where we are going, and why we are here.”
The WingMakers Plan
The WingMakers Plan was conceived by James Mahu, the visionary creator of the WingMakers. We are
currently 15 years into the evolution of that plan. It’s now clear that from the time that the first website
was launched in November 1998, it was designed to expand to five websites, and then consolidate. This
new website—what is euphemistically being called WingMakers 2.0—is an “in-breath” or a consolidation
of the diverse resources that James has created (or “translated,” as he puts it).
WingMakers is a resource for those who are interested in the spiritual values of their heart and mind,
and are seeking new insights and inspirations to stimulate their growth and sense of purpose. WingMakers
is not an organization or a group of people bent on solving the issues of today. It is exquisitely personal.
It is designed to help the individual to activate or deepen their spiritual path, so they can rise to the
purpose they came to serve as both a soul and soul carrier.