Pleiadian Perspectives on Human Evolution

Pleiadian Perspectives on Human Evolution The Pleiadian Emissaries of Light provide this fascinating chronicle of human spiritual evolution from a galactic perspective This wider history of our solar system restores the long forgotten connect

  • Title: Pleiadian Perspectives on Human Evolution
  • Author: Amorah Quan Yin
  • ISBN: 9781879181335
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Pleiadian Emissaries of Light provide this fascinating chronicle of human spiritual evolution from a galactic perspective This wider history of our solar system restores the long forgotten connection of humankind with Venus, Mars, Maldek, and Earth The truth about our ancient past is uncovered, helping us to remember the experiences that have caused us to function duThe Pleiadian Emissaries of Light provide this fascinating chronicle of human spiritual evolution from a galactic perspective This wider history of our solar system restores the long forgotten connection of humankind with Venus, Mars, Maldek, and Earth The truth about our ancient past is uncovered, helping us to remember the experiences that have caused us to function dualistically, and guiding us toward karmic wholeness as unified and divine beings.

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    1. I use the stories in this book to reference other material I read for comparison or congruency. It is a channeled book so the Pleiadians speaking through her say the origins of humans on Earth are linked to the Maldekians who were placed into cocoons when their planet blew up and were sent into the oceans of Earth to be healed by the dolphins. then they were born unto Pleiadian-Earth parents around 145,500 BC. The Pleiadians decided to incarnate into physical form and start families centered aro [...]

    2. The stories were okay, but tended to move fairly slowly. I agreed with some of the teachings, like removing vices, greed, vanity, and all those other things that can make life on this planet rather unpleasant. Others, like the idea that the personality is an illusion that needs to be wiped out, I strongly disagreed with. I feel that part of being a soul is that we each have a unique personality which is part of our soul, just as there are varying shades of every color on the color wheel.

    3. Though I'm not usually a fan of SciFi or even fantasy, I found this book interesting in the depth the writer uses to express her thoughts.

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