posted on Aug, 3 2009 @ 02:10 AM
Please take the time to read through this, I think it will be of great importance and in the interest of all of us.
So what this guy is saying is that there are currently four spaseships in orbit of our planet earth, and the only way he could get this into the press
and news was to pass it off as a "star like luminaries"? This could get pretty interesting!
If anyone else has spotted these "star like luminaries", please post additional info in this thread.
In the very near future, people everywhere will have the opportunity to witness an extraordinary and significant sign, the like of which has been
manifested only once before, at the birth of Jesus. Then, according to Christian teaching, a star appeared in the heavens and led three wise men from
the East to the birthplace of Jesus. Soon, once again, a star-like luminary of brilliant power will be seen around the world.” (Benjamin Creme’s
Master, ‘Maitreya’s first interview’, SI Jan/Feb 2009)
On 12 December 2008 Share International distributed a news release announcing that in the very near future a large, bright star would appear in the
sky visible throughout the world, night and day, heralding the imminent appearance of Maitreya in His first interview on a major US television
programme. Since early January 2009 sightings of the star have been reported all over the world and hundreds of sightings have been sent to Share
International. We include a selection of the latest reports from the media, Share International readers, and sightings from YouTube. All are genuine
sightings confirmed by Benjamin Creme’s Master to be the ‘star’.
Let me just put some emphisys on this..
So obviously it is not a real star. There are, in fact, four such “star-like luminaries” covering the world. They are gigantic
spacecraft (each one about the size of five football grounds put together).
This is a pic form the UK.
This ones taken from Egypt.
Those are only two pictures, To view more, go to-News source.
But first, read this....Q&A's regarding the "stars" discovery and significance.
Q. I have been following the news about the ‘star’. I am very much hoping that what people are seeing is the miracle star. But I am wondering
whether any unusual sightings have been reported by people who spend their days looking at the stars through giant telescopes, etc. Were the
scientific community to observe something new I would be reassured that it is not simply Venus being mistaken for something more unusual. Has this
A. The response from professional stargazers has been a deafening silence. Why the silence? Are they following governmental orders to keep quiet about
any unusual sightings (like UFOs)? On the other hand, reports of sightings have been flooding in from all over the world – from Norway to New
Zealand and the USA to Japan. YouTube is full of reports, many of the ‘star’ although the reporter usually has no idea what, in fact, he is
seeing. Some earlier reports were indeed about Venus, but since 28 March Venus has gone beyond our sight. So now there is no confusion. The ‘star’
is brighter even than Venus, changes colour frequently and moves position. So obviously it is not a real star. There are, in fact, four such
“star-like luminaries” covering the world. They are gigantic spacecraft (each one about the size of five football grounds put together). They all
come from planets of our own solar system. They are a sign, heralds of the first public appearance on American television of Maitreya, the World
Q. Thanks for all of the great work that you have done so gracefully for so many years. I have one question that has been gnawing at my mind for
several weeks: why have you been calling the light in the sky ‘the star’, while some of your regular readers know it is one or more UFOs?
It seems that many people would quickly become very confused by your references to ‘the star’, especially after they look at the photographs (and
accompanying text) on the Share International website that clearly indicates that it appears and disappears in a wide variety of different locations,
colours, and forms, and that it moves around randomly (unlike any other star) like a spacecraft might.
A. There is no pretence. Knowing the nature of the ‘star’, as four gigantic spaceships from several planets of our System, I had great difficulty
in deciding just how to present it to the general public and media. I decided to follow my Master’s example. He had called it a “star-like
luminary of brilliant power”, and related it to the ‘star’ which led the ‘three wise men’ to the birthplace of Jesus. Some of us know that
that ‘star’ was a spacecraft too, but is accepted by millions as a miracle star.
It was just before Christmas so I called it a ‘Christmas star’, sure that that would be more interesting and magnetic than a prediction about a
UFO. In Britain at least, people are much more sceptical of UFOs than in the USA, for example. Of course, at each lecture I make it clear that what
looks like a star is, in fact, one of four huge spacecraft. In a lecture, one has time and opportunity to enlarge on the subject and the meaning and
purpose of the phenomenon. In a press release or advertisement one is limited by space and the need to be succinct. The result from the public has
been encouraging – eager and excited and amazed by the sheer beauty of the spectacle. The response of the media has been almost nil, as if there was
an embargo on mentioning something so important as the herald of the Christ. However, it could be that media interest is starting now. Thank you for
your kind words.
For the full webpage plz visit-www.share-international.org...
Please flag so this doesnt get lost in a vortex of UFO threads!
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