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MICHAEL GINTOWT has an MA in psychology, and formal
training in hypnosis, behavioural neurobiology, and clinical
psychology. His interest in the paranormal can be traced to
when he was 14 years old, and corresponded with Dr. J.B.
Rhine, the pioneering parapsychologist. For decades, he has
been involved with the divinatory arts, shamanic practices,
and martial arts. He lives on Vancouver Island with his wife.
The full story is in her book “Bluestar.”
Many abductees remember their experi-
ences with the aid of hypnosis. Ms Delicado, in
contrast, has never undergone hypnosis. Over the
years, she has had repeated contact with the ‘tall
blonds.’ The nature of those contacts and the
content of her message speak volumes to the
psychic aspect of the UFO phenomenon, and
suggest as well some possible answers to the nature
and meaning of UFOs.
Ms Delicado does not claim to have
answers. She claims to be a messenger, and that
people should not believe her, but think for them-
selves. Her fascinating story is replete with details
about the evolution of consciousness, the need to
take care of our planet and the involvement of ‘Star
People.’ Her message is the same as that of seers
and mystics, indigenous peoples, and world-class
scientists—in a nutshell, to cooperate, be nice and
stop destroying the planet. The new element is that
now, “people like myself are coming out in record
We can expect an acceleration of human
consciousness as energies are generated, concen-
trated and transmitted through groups of conscious
human beings. The indigenous peoples of this
planet are a key aspect to this work as they have
preserved much of the knowledge that must be
reclaimed if we are to avert an almost certain
Integral to her story is the extent to which
she is guided by intuition and is moved to act in
accord with an agenda that is bigger than herself.
She sees herself as playing a part in a larger process
that involves other ‘Light Workers,’ that is all those
who strive to put their egos to the side and try to
help themselves, their families and their communi-
ties. People who are doing their most significant
work, at whatever level, are people who tend to be
more attuned to other realities.
In a field filled with sensation seekers and
deluded individuals, Miriam has a different presen-
tation. She is extremely careful to always question
herself and to avoid getting carried away by imagi-
She says, “When you stop questioning
yourself at every level, and you say 'I know', instead
of 'I don't know', the ego has taken over, and you
are lost.” Such is the Zen principle of “Don't know
mind”—a suspension of discursive thinking that
quietly leads the mind to inner wells of intuition.
In summary, the UFO phenomenon is more
about Earth than it is about aliens. Are UFOs from
outer space, or are they perhaps from some other
space, challenging our conception of reality?
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his month I want to take a break from
talking about essences and vibrational medicine and
share with you a different kind of energy healing,
through song and words and images.
In 2002 I was on a flight to Sao Paulo and
saw a picture in the Globe and Mail of a young boy,
maybe 11 years old, with tears streaming down his
dirty cheeks. The caption read that this child had just
watched his older brother killed by American
military forces. I was deeply moved by the image of
this small boy and in a split second understood how
war is created and seems justified.
Last November I was in Hawaii
making the whale and dolphin essences
on the day of the U.S. election. When
I opened my laptop on November 5th
and saw the headlines, I was
overwhelmed. As I read and
listened to the coverage on the
morning Barack Obama was
elected, I literally could not
stop crying. Tears of joy!
Tears of relief! Tears of hope!
Obama’s message is
unequivocally that we are one
people. And that we are all
unequivocally responsible for
the world in which we are living.
And that there is hope for all the
things I wholeheartedly believe in.
A world without war.
A world in which the spark in
each of us is honoured and acknowledged.
A world in which each of us is
responsible for our choices and understands that
every choice we make affects the whole.
And a world in which I might never again
see the face of a young child suffering from the pain
of witnessing the senseless killing of his brother.
Remember the song “Imagine” by John
Lennon? The song “One People” by Canadian
recording artist and song writer, Morry Stearns,
carries the same energy.
When I first heard “One People” I imagined
my little boy in the Middle East singing that song
and that somehow the energy of the song would
contribute to his healing. By now he is old enough to
bear arms but perhaps the intention of this song will
The Birth of One People
by Sabina Pettitt
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