The myth of the indigenous Australian as a hunter-gatherer living off the gleanings of boomerang and spear is alive and well in the 21st Century in Australia. The book Dark Emu presents compelling evidence that Aboriginal people did build houses, did build dams, did sow, irrigate and till the land. The British perceptions of an untamed, untilled land with no husbandry is plainly untrue. So also is the perception that Aboriginals were not farmers.
Each and every human is born with a little brain which grows and a mind develops with its likes and dislikes. While we are born with everything we need, there is one thing missing, a user manual for the mind and its chatterbox inner voice. How do we manage this chatterbox inner voice? Read on as Michael Singer tells his story of encounter with the inner voice and how he learned to surrender to the unfolding flow of life before him.
Companions in Spirit: A Guide to Working with Your Spirit Helpers is a most useful aid for those experiencing some of the effects of Ascension, the awakening of inner psychic skills and awareness of the spirit realm and the spirit helpers. This book goes a long way toward providing a proper foundation for the difficult task of sorting the voices in the head or the paranormal experiences of one’s spirit helpers.
Stones on the Road – a small book – narrates the experiences of Marian Larsen who heard the stones calling to her, speaking to her, guiding her to take the stones hither, thither. The stones work for a better balance on Earth and were here millennia before the genesis events that brought humanity about. Marian Larsen tells, the path of stones is a path of peace.
The Star People are here on Earth. Some have been born here. Some were born elsewhere and have come to live here. Some visit in space ships called Motherships, UFO’s, Cloudships, and in space vessels that appear and disappear, go fast, go slow, go up, go down in the skies – like this. There is a lot of evidence. Here we have one Australian author – Judy Carroll – who is a friend of Valerie Barrow and includes Valerie and the mission of the Mothership Rexegena in her new book, and is quoting Alcheringa many times. The path to knowledge and understanding includes the Indigenous Australians, also.
Extraterrestrial Presence on Earth – Lessons in History is the new book from Judy Carroll, detailing the ET Presence on Earth. This book principally addresses the work of star-people (sometimes called ET’s, Greys, aliens and ‘men in black’…) many of whom have been tasked to help the human evolve. The popular language is that of ascension, stargates, the higher dimensions such as the 5th and 6th Dimensions. All this is overshadowed by the chaotic nodes of misinformation, control, abuse of thought on the astral plane and manipulation of energy streams. Many higher planetary and inter-dimensional helpers are here to assist Earth and humankind’s shift from 4th to 5th world consciousness. The expansion of human mind/awareness is the key to this evolutionary process, albeit in the midst of massive interference and mis-information.
Arrival had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival on September 1, 2016, and was released in the United States on November 11, 2016 by Paramount Pictures. The film received positive reviews, and praise for its story, sustained intense and suspenseful atmosphere, and lead actress Amy Adams’s performance as the linguist, Louise Banks. There are star people (called heptapods), there are communication issues, there is mass panic and ultimatums from the military. There are also multiple time lines and realities in this visual narrative of human encounter with starpeople.
Marvel Comics narrative of Dr Strange transferred to the silver screen hints at so much of the astral worlds, the higher dimensions and the grasping mind locked in sensate reality: the mind, the body, the senses, the grasping ego that wants more, more, more. This movie presents something of a spiritual boot camp which bears further reflection, despite the myriad journeys into absorbing, overpowering worlds of astral projection and sorcery.
Many people today might call themselves light workers. They are people who have experience and knowledge, gnosis. What knowledge – gnosis – do they have? Is it of the astral worlds, the higher dimensions, the meaning of life? We are not talking about ’42’ here, we are talking about material that eventually got a lot of people burned at the stake, or ejected from communities of their faith. So this little book of The Gnostics comes along. Is it relevant? That is a question for you to answer, and we will give some excerpts and some thoughts that may resonate.
Apprenticed to A Himalayan Master – A Yogi’s Autobiography is a book which brings to life matters rarely touched on, the wandering Nath masters who live for hundreds of years, the existence and encounters with Mahavatar Babaji and other legendary great spirituals. It is a book which enlightens the heart and raises deep questions within about personal spiritual practice. While this is simply an autobiography, it touches the core within. This book is a well-described narrative of wanderings with a great spiritual master through the Himalayas, and accounts of the many spirituals and great teachers encountered.
The Zeta Message is the story of contact and interaction between star people and humans. It is the story of two friends, their families, their interactions with the star people, and their learnings from the star people. It is extremely useful reading for people who work with “upstairs” or call themselves “lightworkers”; there is much to learn, and much confirmation from the stories, narratives and reflections in this book.