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Communication (Talking) With Help Advice, From My Cosmic Friends

AuthorIvo A. Benda Entered2005-08-28 08:24:17 by rini17
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On Talks with Universe people
by Juraj Variny on 2005-08-28 08:24:17, review #464
better than 90%
better than 95%
Book contains translations of contacts of Czech/Slovak people with The Creator and positive Beings of Light ("Universe people") mostly from Ashtar Sheran's and Pleiadian fleet. Enlightening poetry is mixed with friendly advices and explanations on many topics: Spiritual growth in everyday life and how to achieve personal contact with Creator and Beings of Light. Unique informations about Dark Powers' influence on Earth and, on the other side, what is being done by Creator to help us. Personal life of Universe people both on their home planets and on space ships. Their opinions on our life on Earth. Everything in layman's terms, you don't need to have esoteric knowledge(chakras,dimensions, etc.) first.

The book is perhaps of most appeal for seekers of true Spirituality. But therein is much to consider for all open-minded people, too.

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crank literature
by Ben Crowell (crowell09 at (change 09 to current year)) on 2005-08-31 16:09:25, review #465
This is crank literature, written in bad English.

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