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« on: January 10, 2012, 06:52:41 »

 Hello all, I am asking this question because many times when I have made my Astral intent to be about future knowledge the same thought/question keeps coming back. What can we do to aide others with their own "Awakenings"? This time in a Phase Session the answer was pretty direct. I was to find out who we are and why we are here. I had read a book years ago named "From Elsewhere: Being E.T. in America", this book is written by a gentleman named Scott Mandelker who has a PH.D in East West Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies. In the book was a questionnaire posting the question are you a E.T. The same questionnaire can be found in a book named "The Wanderer's Handbook" written by Carla Lisbeth Rueckert. Here is a link to this questionnaire. http://www.scottmandelker.com/Articles/etquiz.html
 Why I found this questionnaire important is that it basically starts the first step for most people, which is finding out who you are. Then later in your Astral Studies you can find out why you are here. I sincerely believe that now is the time to find out who we are/why we are here. From there we can finally ask and hopefully answer questions that we have been searching for for years. "Awakenings" are occurring quite rapidly everyday, but most people I talk to that are having these are totally confused and scared. They are finding changes in their bodies, vibrations that stay days on end. Sickness, which Doctors don't seem to have a cure for. Deep Depression and psychological problems without understanding why. Even the Doctors are baffled. Knowing who we are at least will help them with the first step of understanding. I have questioned myself long and hard to find a way to help in mass. I think that we should start an entire section just on this subject. So we can see that there are thousands, possibly even millions of out there feeling the same way. At least that would help us with our own self discovery and maybe pave the way for some collective insight.
This is a couple of paragraphs from Scott concerning why we should admit finally who we are. "I imagine more people will wake up to ackowledge and validate for themselves their own cosmic roots, and find that they are part of the celestial family which has had close relations with Earth for a long time. Eventually, I think ordinary citizens will realize we are not alone, we are spiritual beings (not only body and mind), and that help is available if we only ask for it with sincerity. At the point people will search for more insight on what this whole thing about Walk-ins, Wanderers, and Star People is all about -- and more will be able to accept these ideas.
 In the long-run, I am certain that ideas of soul transfer and interplanetary travel will become widely accepted. Earth humanity will ultimately take its place in the community of planets and galactic races. What began with a minority of people claiming to be from elsewhere will end, in my opinion, with wholesale public acceptance of the reality of our cosmic neighbors, and a focused collective desire to make contact for mutual upliftment. Today's dream is often tomorrow's reality. I have no doubt we'll see a lot of these changes in our own lifetime ...."
 Thank you  smiley
 





 
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« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2014, 08:33:06 »

this is really good reflection of the wanderer, as well as walk ins: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-MbhIpcKDE..
i recommend reading the book, it will resonate with many of us?


It resonated with me back then, as well as so many levels within levels...hard to describe, but once you read it, or see movie, you will get it...I also believe it will help others out there that are experiencing walk in phases, help them 'selves' deal with things...the trailer makes its look like alien invasion, but its WAY MORE than that, deeper, important

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« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2014, 08:33:06 »

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« Reply #2 on: March 06, 2014, 10:12:59 »

This too, i think will help: helps me recognize why we are here & what we are experiencing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_Pqkbd-yj8
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« Reply #3 on: March 09, 2014, 15:21:45 »

I've asked myself the question (why do I have a sense of being here for a reason, and even having some memory of it) and have never gotten any kind of answer.  I'd love to have some help in this.  I've gone to past-life regressionists and got zilch also.  I've asked in trance, in projection, in prayer- you name it.  And get nothing.  It's actually frustrating for me.
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« Reply #4 on: March 09, 2014, 19:19:25 »

I've asked myself the question (why do I have a sense of being here for a reason, and even having some memory of it) and have never gotten any kind of answer.  I'd love to have some help in this.  I've gone to past-life regressionists and got zilch also.  I've asked in trance, in projection, in prayer- you name it.  And get nothing.  It's actually frustrating for me.
What do you feel in your heart? There lies your answer.

 Do you feel like you belong here? Like you have a mission here to fulfill?

 Did you always have a passion for the ET topic, especially as a child, before you actually knew what they were?
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« Reply #5 on: March 09, 2014, 20:24:26 »

Hey Lion, what did you score in the test?
I can guess around 98.
No surprise...lol
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« Reply #6 on: March 09, 2014, 23:33:50 »

 I had MJ do the test for me, just to make sure there was no "fudging" of the numbers, lol. I scored 100!  smiley
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« Reply #7 on: March 10, 2014, 06:29:38 »

 wink
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« Reply #8 on: March 10, 2014, 07:05:59 »

I scored an 88 but the odd thing is that I have no doubt that I am truly connected to the human struggle and never considered myself to be anything but. Regardless, I enjoyed the little questionnaire and recommend that others take it.

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« Reply #9 on: March 11, 2014, 18:51:22 »

What do you feel in your heart? There lies your answer.
I have always had the 'knowledge' that I was here for a reason.  It's almost a memory.  Sometimes I think I remember I was supposed to witness something, but I also have a memory of being told not to forget something.  That's as far as I get, which is even more frustrating.

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Do you feel like you belong here? Like you have a mission here to fulfill?
I have never felt I belonged here (or anywhere) but at the same time I feel like I'm 'of' here, which is different from most spiritual seekers.  In fact, I have often thought (in an existential way, not in a break-with reality way) that I'm not a real person, but some sort of expression of the collective.  Not a me, just 'it'.  Very hard to explain.

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Did you always have a passion for the ET topic, especially as a child, before you actually knew what they were?
Not exactly.  My dad was an ET nut so it was inculcated in me during early teens.  This made me reject the theme, and when I started having 'experiences' in my forties, I was very very ticked about it.  Like it snuck up on me or something.  Always liked 'space-themed' shows, like Star Trek, for example, and Dr. Who, but I didn't think 'alien' was anything special.  Until I got older and my dad hung out with 'the UFO community' and those type of people, who just bugged me.

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« Reply #10 on: March 11, 2014, 23:09:19 »

score: 88

or 90 because for question 3 I cannot decide if a clear yes or yes-and-no, it's a bit cruel to say that my parents were never 'felt' to be my parents, if so I do not remember, but I definitely remember that til today this place does not "feel HOME", and never did. That is why I described my only TOTAL-BLISS-experience as being "HOME" rather than love or joy or happiness (but it might be the same as I felt both of course, too!). I miss home ... "what/where"-ever it is ...

And with this I need to say that "HOME" does not necessarily have to relate to another physical place or planet, it also could be our spiritual home or "Source" or whatever rather non-physical. Who knows. After all, I've forgotten it.  angry

Also, I could not answer question 2 since I simply do not remember if or if not, but I imagine that this could be true for many children no matter if starchild or not, after all those tall adults are ALWAYS very strange and 'alien' beings for children wink

I chose a "no" for question 5, but it definitely applies to my sister: "Did you look up at the night sky with longing,  and sometimes say: "Take me home...Why am I here?" or ask "Why am I so alone?""

... yeah, it runs in the family without doubt, although my sis was never into science-fiction, not that I knew at least, but it's more of a boy's thing anyway - playing imagined laser battles with lego star ships and so on...
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« Reply #11 on: March 11, 2014, 23:30:28 »

I've just seen on the homepage that this ScottMandelker is also into the Law-of-One/RA-channelings a lot.
http://www.scottmandelker.com/

They are from between 1981 and 1984. http://www.lawofone.info/

I noted recently "Ra" talks a lot about Wanderers. It can be filtered out easily since the site has been designed very handily for searches.

http://www.lawofone.info/results.php?q=Wanderer

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Wanderers have as a general rule some form of handicap, difficulty, or feeling of alienation which is severe. The most common of these difficulties are alienation, the reaction against the planetary vibration by personality disorders, as you would call them, and body complex ailments indicating difficulty in adjustment to the planetary vibrations such as allergies, as you would call them.

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Wanderers become completely the creature of third density in mind/body complex. There is just as much chance of such influence to a Wanderer entity as to a mind/body/spirit complex of this planetary sphere. The only difference occurs in the spirit complex which, if it wishes, has an armor of light, if you will, which enables it to recognize more clearly that which is not as it would appropriately be desired by the mind/body/spirit complex. This is not more than a bias and cannot be called an understanding.

Furthermore, the Wanderer is, in its own mind/body/spirit complex, less distorted towards the, shall we say, deviousness of third-density positive/negative confusions. Thus, it often does not recognize as easily as a more negative individual the negative nature of thoughts or beings.

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Wanderers incarnated in several waves

This is EXACTLY what later D. Cannon found out about, just calling them "volunteers" and "star people" in her books:

http://www.dolorescannon.com/index.php?page=view-book&book_id=3

This Ra books are interesting stuff.  cool However, the language takes some getting used to.
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« Reply #12 on: March 11, 2014, 23:45:42 »

 Yes, it seems like they have come to the same conclusions. But throughout history there has always been those either Ancient Egyptians, Native American Groups or even Tribes such as the Dogon tribe of Africa that have come to similar conclusions.

 Coincidence? Nope, there are no coincidences!  wink
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« Reply #13 on: March 21, 2014, 00:20:22 »

Ah...a score of 98...

And as he said, I'm not all that surprised ...

Still, interesting all around.
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« Reply #14 on: March 29, 2014, 16:48:15 »

Having been led over here by Lionheart, I took the test and I scored an 88. 

I've never felt normal reality was strange or out of place as a child (that I can remember), nor did I ever look up at the sky with longing (but as a kid, there were a few times I reclined on a lawn chair at night during the summer to watch the meteor showers....)  I also have never had any sort of (identifiable) ET/UFO experiences, so those questions were answered no as well.

Do you have a strong sense of purpose and feel that your mission is to help Earth and humanity?

I answered no to this question also.  I don't have a very strong sense of purpose, nor do I necessarily feel that my mission is to help humanity.  No, most of the time, I have simply felt lost and out-of-place.  Much of this stems from sociological reasons during my childhood, stemming from changing schools when I was 10 and the social ostracization I experienced from that.  This eventually led into a deep and severe depression, requiring hospitalization and medication when I was a teen.  I was also the oldest child of six, so I had to grow up pretty fast.  I was always a very intelligent kid who asked too many questions, and to this day I continue to stuff my head with knowledge.

As far as helping humanity, I only know a few things: first, I obviously don't want anyone to suffer any more than necessary.  But I have reached a misanthropic/nihilistic phase in life where part of me really wants to watch the world burn.  I feel it's going to take a cataclysmic event to change mankind's course away from the cults of control, repression, exploitation and capitalism, and the sooner it happens, the better.  People don't like change, especially when that change threatens their self-identification and self-worth - and since we identify with our beliefs, it's going to take those beliefs being ripped into shreds before the majority of people question themselves enough and realize that the course we are taking as a society is doomed if we don't change.  Climate change is maybe the biggest possibility or source for that catastrophe right now, though global inequality and the pursuit of the almighty god of money - at the expense of everything (and everyone) else - is a close second.  Even then, I still feel we are at least a decade or two away from things getting bad enough before it spurs enough of a phase shift in people's minds to cause them to act.  Of course, how many people are going to have to suffer and die before this happens?  I don't have my hopes up...

Two, if there is one thing I feel concerning this life, if reincarnation in any form exists, I know that I absolutely DO NOT want to come back to this hell-hole!  Look, the planet is great - it's the people that suck.  And as any student of history would know, not much seems to have changed over the past few thousand years that we have on record.  No, we seem bound into repeating the same power games, the same mistakes as our ancestors have made.  I feel little sympathy for most people on this planet, and I certainly don't identify with most of the 'masses'.  Ever since I 'woke up' as an early teen, I've never felt much tying me to this planet - I just felt like I didn't belong here.  Like some spoiled child I guess, I hate being told what to do or what to believe in - I prefer creativity, and the freedom to make up my own mind, to blind obedience.  I have a strong sense of idealism and justice, which is pretty much incompatible with this world as it currently stands.

So I don't know why I'm here...I don't feel like an 'ET', though the symptoms I experience would certainly fit with that thesis.  All I do know is that I have always felt like I was searching for something - for what, I have no clue.  I know that I feel like I don't belong here.  I know that I hate repression, I hate feeling like I can't fulfill my full potential - like I feel 'solid' or restricted here - and that I do not want to come back to this planet, if I have any choice in the matter.

I hope that we can get our heads out of our behinds and come together as one people, on one planet, before it's too late.  If history is any indicator, though, I have severe reservations that I will see this in my lifetime (and I hopefully have a good 40+ years left yet!)  Of course, that's no reason to give up hope or to stop trying...  Wink
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« Reply #15 on: April 02, 2014, 04:49:53 »

I scored a 92, give or take a few points.

Since I was about eight, looking up at the night sky, wondering about the nature of reality; and my place in it.

Almost always alone, never feeling like I fit in with any group. Observing.

But also blessed with witnessing some wondrous events! And at last, forging my own way.

It's a truly incredible place we are in!

But I think I may have taken a wrong turn at the last star system...
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« Reply #16 on: April 02, 2014, 22:14:31 »

I scored a 92, give or take a few points.


Almost always alone, never feeling like I fit in with any group. Observing.

But also blessed with witnessing some wondrous events! And at last, forging my own way.



I can identify with this 100%!

I got an 80 which puts me in ET range.  But almost none of my points came from the childhood section which seems to point towards being ET the most, IMO.
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« Reply #17 on: April 05, 2014, 11:56:29 »

Tonight: a dream. I've had more dreams of this kind with this "message", but since it is so fresh on my mind and 'on-topic' I put this one in here now:

Dream:

I am jogging outside in the forest and then cross some fields, then I somehow „get lost“ by ending up in a foreign house. I seem not to find the outer door and also somehow wonder how I came here in the first place. Luckily, there is no one there and as I am an intruder by accident who might be mistaken for a burglar I want to get out again of course.
Then I seem to be in the toilet room doing my business (even in dream we seem to have our necessities), but fortunately I do not remember it explicitly. Only after I am finished I remember standing there and somehow become clumsy like a sanitary illiterate. I am standing there with my pants down and then I also accidentally drop sth that looks like an egg-shaped soap case or similar into the toilet bowl. As I try to get it out of the bowl again (still with my pants down in this awkward situation) I get startled because I hear s.o. approaching.
Then the door opens (me still pants down) and there are about 3 little children (the oldest maybe elementary school age) without their parents. To my surprise they are not alarmed at all but rather curious. To my even greater surprise comes the only question by the oldest of the 3 kids:

„Are you one of the ET beings?“

I do not remember exactly my reactions as my memory of this gets hazy and I might have faded out of this dream scene soon. I just remember answering sth more in jest along the lines of „yes, I just crash landed with my craft in your toilet room, and don't worry, I'll be off soon after a few repairs“ or so.

Analysis:

What a surprise twist by that question. Nothing before that seemed to relate to any "alien" business.

I am used to jogging a lot in the forest (1-2 per week), that's why jogging dreams would not be surprising at all to me. This question however gave the whole thing a complete new meaning by metaphor. Let me try the interpretation by translating some elements:

  • jogging = faster wandering --> the jogger (me) = a wanderer (me?)
  • the fields/forest = universe (or whatever part of larger holographic reality)
  • the house I suddenly was 'trapped' in = Earth
  • the loo = the perceived filthiness of this place, also re-inforced by my helplessness or even „alienation“ in this sanitary situation (not accustomed to such "dirt"? ... nice analogies here  grin)
  • egg-shaped soap box = (crashed) UFO? (that's a bit far out, I know)
  • the kids = Earth children (no wanderers, but the usual and better-adjusted and continously reincarnating souls).

The fact that I saw the „normal“ Earthlings as children might hint to our different stages of development with me being more advanced / evolved (yeah, I admit I might say it with a tint of arrogance, but once a guide told me directly: „You are old!“ - so I stand by it).

The kid's question itself came as a complete surprise of course. It's not what you would ask a supposed burglar caught red-handed as a kid!

Of course, my answer might not be related to the fact if it is true or not but only (as dreams often are) to the way I feel here. But what do I know really? As some say, a dream is more a question than an answer, maybe I gave the answer myself in the dream.  wink
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