Originally posted by SitCom
Hi, I am new to this site and this is my first post. I loved your last post on the Elfin, sorry, I can't remember exactly how you spelt it now, but I
do remember being totally absorbed in reading it a few weeks ago, it was one of the first threads I read on this forum that I remember totally
captivated me and left me hungary for more. I have a couple of questions that aren't related to any of the things that have been discussed so far,
but I was wondering if you had any thoughts on where the following fit into this bigger picture that seems to be emerging from your contact with the
racial subconscious. The first is what do you get about Elizabeth I? The reason I ask is that her reign and life departed radically from the "norms"
of her time. She never married and her reign is often refered to as The Golden Era. Her father on the other hand was the tyranical Henry XIII,
notorious for getting through 6 wives in his quest for a male heir. I'm just curious as to if you have any thing on them.
Hi! Thanks for the compliments about what I have written! I appreciate them very much, as I am sure you can tell, a lot of the time that isn't the
reaction I get! *lol*
Anyway, I know that the 'nobility' of europe tended to be flunkies of the NWO bunch (and still are), either as ex-Jue-sah or dracs. Some are
actually still aliens hence that whole 'need to drink blood' thing to keep their 'human' illusional appearance, and those people are not nice,
never have been and never will be. Henry XIII was one of them.
Every now and again, someone they don't own slips in. I think Elizabeth was one of those. I can see her as being an ex-elf, quite clearly. Those are
the standards and behaviors of the high elves, although I am sure it was a struggle to maintain them as a human in such a visible and high place, but
I think the elves still here running as archangels, probably protected her against the rest of the typically owned 'royalty'. Hence she lived quite
long and was able to rule well, even as a high elf would.
Also on a completely different topic altogether (I'd use paragraphs but I'm on this site via my mobile phone as I don't have a pc and it
doesn't have a return button to create paragraphs, or at least I haven't figured out how yet, so please forgive me) I'm just curious as to what
your thoughts are if any as to what Gary Renard's The Disappearance of the Universe and A Course in Miracles is about?
Blah. First of all, his 'contacts' are just local aliens (aka NWO flunkies), not 'special' entities from the future. It is just a revamping of the
whole 'sin/god/love/selflessness' christain style crap with an updated metaphysial-ish spin from what I am seeing.
In all reality, the self is the MOST important part of ths whole enlightenment thing, so I would say this is yet another attempt to divert people away
from the direction they should be going.
And no problem about the one paragraph thing. There are plenty on here that do it without any excuse, as far as I can tell. It is refreshing to meet
someone who realizes what a crappy way to write that is! *lol*
I have no idea what my own spiritual origins are but it has been really interesting to read your My Space blogs and got me really interested in
finding out. Thanks in advance for anything you come up with.
Ah.. it is very helpful (at least it was for me) to realize my spirit origins, for sure! If I get any hits on what you might have been, I will let
you know! One thing that often helps me is if you tell me something that was odd about you as a child.
One gal, when very young, kept getting into her mother's potted plants and flowers and of course spilling them as she would try to get her feet and
hands into the soil, playing with it. She was a wood nymph before, and that was how her tree, and herself, gained their power and their sustenance
and so, as a human, she was still instinctively drawn to the earth.
My sweetie tells a story that when he was only 4, he climbed a 60"+ tree in their back yard and was way up at the very top where he could get his
little hand around the trunk, happy as a clam in the mud, when his mother came out and saw him up there. To her credit, she, although dismayed,
didn't freak out or get angry; just called him down for lunch. So he happily scooted back down the tree and came in. As soon as his dad came home
though, dad went out and sawed off all the branches low enough for my sweetie to reach. End of problem.
But as a child, I know there is NO way in heck I would have climbed a tree like that! *shudder* But come to find out, his spirit origins were a
chimpanzee sized spider/monkey kind of thing with six arms/legs and all white fur who we dragon riders and dragons, called the 'hummers'. His people
also rode the dragons and were helpful in getting parasites out from under the dragons scales. His stranded group of people didn't last long enough,
even as mine didn't, to get any kind of name from humans, and so isn't remembered in myths or legends, but still yet another alien that has died
here and become human.
But it is those kinds of differences, especially when you were very small that give me clues for looking for energy paths that match. If you want to
U2U me with any such defining type behavior, I will see if it helps me connect to anything.
[edit on 27-10-2009 by DragonriderGal]