ARCANE and ESOTERIC, COSMIC or UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDGE, submitted by Prof. Kris Thijs.
"The importance and significance of the planet Mars will soon become apparent from the remarks contained in the OONA STORY, an alien grey/human, by psychic Peter Gregory, distributed by Omar Fowler. For Oona tells that the "beings", which originally seeded the Earth with humankind by the transformation of pure spiritual energy into living matter, came from Mars."
"Recently Peter Gregory is psychically in contact with a 23 year old female Alien/Human hybrid, called Oona, who tells him " that the "beings", which originally seeded the Earth with humankind by the transformation of pure spiritual energy into living matter, came from Mars. She also informs that ancient civilisations of Earth knew all about alien cultures, and had contact with them, although much of which they learned has been forgotten with the passage of time. Modern humans have lost the ability to perceive things they cannot touch nor see; they no longer listen to the voices from within.."
"Oona tells of the importance of creating a race of enlightened beings (on Earth) whose knowledge and wisdom will bring humankind to full spiritual awareness, and that beings originally came from Mars to seed the Earth. So here is the Mars connection, known in ancient times, forgotten now."
"Orion also holds a key, for the belt at Orion's waist is comprised of THREE stars, the PRIMARY all-important THREE, a pointer to the significance of 3. For it is a "3 " that the human soul requires to increase its vibration from 4 to 7, the number of PERFECTION."
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