By Dolores Cannon
This is an engaging narrative that finds the cosmic forces which were in play over the last sixty six years. aid has come from the surface to maintain the human race.
In 1945 while the atomic bombs, our "protectors" and "watchers" in outer area observed that Earth was once on a collision path with catastrophe. The top directive of non-interference avoided them from taking any motion, yet then they got here up with a super plan to save lots of Earth and support her in her ascension. They could not intervene from the "outside," yet might be they can impact from the "inside." So the decision went out for volunteers to return and aid. "Earth is in difficulty - who desires to volunteer?"
Dolores Cannon, via her hypnosis paintings has came across 3 waves of those volunteers. a few have come direct from the "Source" and feature by no means lived in any form of actual physique prior to. Others have lived as area beings on different planets or different dimensions. simply because all reminiscence is erased upon access to the Earth size, they don't be mindful their task. therefore those attractive souls have a tough time adjusting to our chaotic international. those souls have an essential position to play as they assist the entire remainder of us ascend to the recent Earth.
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