Starseeds IV: Incension

This comes snapping at the heels of Starseeds III: Ascension, which was mostly a speculative consideration of the apparent differences between Honey C Golden’s understanding of what is going on with the ascension process and the information confirmed in previous Q & As (see Starseeds I and Starseeds II). While there’s much more to be looked at, the main takeaway from this post is that there isn’t actually much in the way of contradiction. Mostly, the disparities may be addressed by perspective rather than division. A key to bridging the two is the understanding offered by the it-does-what-it-says-on-the-tin Ascension Glossary.

Starseeds III: Ascension

Or should that be: Appraising Ascension Dissension? I’ve been taking in Honey C Golden’s videos recently – extremely late to the party there, I know – and the area that’s perhaps most interesting, not least because it’s the focus of her message, is that of ascension. In the context of Q & As, that’s because it does, in part, suggest apparent divergence and contrast with previous answers. Obviously, the easiest interpretation is that one is right and one is wrong, but as with many things pertaining to the non-transparently 3D, the truth may be opaquer, reflecting both perspective and, in

The Seth Material II

While the Seth Material is, in many respects, more accessible than the Law of One channellings, not least because it is conversational rather than didactic and eccentric in its delivery, it can also become considerably more involved. In due course, there’ll be far more to get into with the material, not least with regard to the many and various, and often somewhat involved and nebulous, interrelationships and groupings of the soul(s) on its journey, but the most “revelatory” element of Seth’s discourses, in terms of the avenues it has inspired for Q & A fodder, is undoubtedly his take on

The Law of One 2

I’m unsure when I’ll embark on a further tranche of dedicated Law of One-related questions, but there follow a few that arose in respect of other subjects – most notably ETs – that seemed suitable for collating. If you recall, the Law of One channellings (“I am Ra”) were confirmed as 85-90 percent accurate in previous answers. A significant factor with incorrect information – although simple distortion from source through channel is also salient – appeared to be areas that could negatively impact the free will of those involved. Most consistently, this seemed to relate to the false paradigm Carla

Atlantis & Lemuria 2

A more recent, “joined-up” overview of Atlantis can be found here. The following is largely intended to convey various nuggets from the dimensionally shifted lands that have already been referenced in other Q & As, but not in the first Atlantis & Lemuria. Indeed, some answers here will now have been reproduced in triplicate – they can also found under Starseeds II and The Law of One Part 2 – so apologies if such replication proves irksome; it feels more useful to include as much relevant information to a particular subject as possible, for ease of reference’s sake. Much of

ETs and Other Ultradimensionals Part 2

You’ll become familiar with this introductory refrain if you’re trawling through this month’s Q & As, but much of the following can be found in other Q & As; this is consequently intended to serve more as a readily locatable reference than offering all-new content. Mostly, then, the purpose here is to clarify the status of ETs.       Q. Are there other places in the Universe, besides Earth and the realm beyond the Ice Wall?   Yes.  There are other places in the Universe.  Earlier answers agreed with this, that there are other places in the Universe, created

Nikola Tesla: Part II

In the first Tesla Q & A, we considered the Trump family connection, his invention of time travel, teleportation, responsibility for the Tunguska event and status as a Pleiadean starseed (or Wanderer, per the Law of One material’s definitions). And not just a Pleiadean starseed, but one incarnated in Atlantis who travelled forwards in time 900 years to the 19th century, continued as the Tesla we know up to his 50s (so in the region of 1906-16), and from thence came to the 21st, where he is, some of the time, inhabiting a clone body of Elon Musk (that would

Starseeds II

As suggested in the first Starseeds Q &A, the subject is, in essence, an ET one, but in a “walk among us” sense, and without necessarily any conscious awareness of those incarnated as humans, the ones doing the walking, that this is the case. The subject was probably first highlighted on any scale by Dolores Cannon, who observed it with certain hypnosis subjects during the 1960s, but it received its most involved coverage, if you want to call it that, with the Law of One channellings two decades later. Some of the following is repeated material – it can be

“I am Ra” – The Law of One

“I am Ra.” And so it goes. The Law of One channellings, as the Ra Material is also known in its more approved & published form, counts as one of the foremost in the pantheon of wisdom delivered via such entranced means. A discourse from a sixth-density “social memory complex” ET intelligence (originating from Venus), the material’s baseline teaching revolves around said Law (“You are every thing, every being, every emotion, every event, every situation. You are unity. You are infinity. You are love/light, light/love. You are”). As explained by Ra, the Law of One “blinks neither at the light

The Crazy World of Corey Goode

Because everything he says IS crazy, right? Blue Avians, 20 and Back, Sphere Being Alliance, Moon colonies, Mars colonies, Inner Earth civilisations, the works. And if it isn’t craziness on his part, the only remaining option must be that, seemingly by his own admittance, it’s all express fabrication; Corey Goode’s a charlatan out to hoodwink the super gullible for personal gain.  Or is he (crazy/conman)? I followed Corey’s story initially when consummate self-evangeliser David Wilcock climbed aboard his space raft and graced him with the gift of the Wilcock seal of approval. Obviously, it didn’t seem quite right that the