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||Photos of phenomenon
at Virgin of Guadalupe statue
||Birth of “Miracle
works magic in Cashiers
||Healing energy pulsed
like a Mother’s heartbeat
||An eye-opening experience
||Our Lady of Guadeloupe
statue smiles again
statue of Our Lady of Guadeloupe
||Knee healed while
visiting blinking statue of Our Lady of Guadeloupe
blinking Virgin of Guadeloupe
|Sky ship projects
giant image of Jesus
materializes three times
of phenomenon at Virgin of Guadalupe statue
EDITOR’S NOTE: People
have seen various manifestations of spirit
at the Virgin of Guadalupe statue at Ydo
Yumart’s spring near Dillsboro, NC.
Some have seen the statue blink or slowly
open and shut her eyes; some have seen her
smile; some have seen aurora-like lights;
some have been healed. This testimony from
a woman who identifies herself as “EL”
adds two new phenomena to the list.
When we visited the Virgin of Guadalupe
statue on October 10, 2010, my mom took
several photos of the statue. The first
and third photos were clear and normal,
but the second and fourth showed a whitish
mist or haze around the statue.
My mom felt a possible reason for this was
to show us that the mist/haze was not a
simple light phenomenon but was in fact
something real manifesting. I did not see
the eyes of the statue blink as others have,
but did feel sacredness there.
My mom carried an empty bottle with her
to capture some of the spring water. The
bottle before hand, she claims, had no scent
or residue smell, but after water was put
in from the spring it smelled like
lavender. I still have it and keep
it in my refrigerator as sacred healing
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Jane SpottedBird is a walking miracle. Though
her doctors gave her absolutely no hope of
surviving stage IV cancer, she’s cancer
free. How did she do it?
Born a natural storyteller, she spills
words upon pages so fluidly that even reluctant
readers find it easy and captivating to
read her tale of victory. In her brand-new
book, Still Here - Dancing to
the Beat of My Own Drum, she
weaves together very specific healing information
with a life story worthy of a movie.
So if you’re well and want to stay
well, or fighting a life-threatening condition,
or need to be spiritually renewed, you’ll
find Jane’s eclectic approach to life
and health a perfect elixir.
You can purchase Jane’s book by contacting
her by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You also can read about
her experience when she visited the
blinking statue of Our Lady of Guadeloupe
at Ydo Yumart’s spring on the Tuckaseegee
River near Dillsboro, NC.
of “Miracle Stream”
A giant image of Jesus appeared over the source
of Miracle Stream
on April 23, 2009. The caretaker of the land,
Glynis Heenan, was beyond awestruck when she
saw it. At the time, though, Miracle
Stream didn’t exist. There
was only a trickle of water and nobody knew
there was a springhead hidden in the forest
debris directly beneath the feet of the three-dimensional
image of Jesus. Then on September 7, 2010,
shortly after the trickle was transformed
into a flowing stream, Glynis discovered the
springhead. It was beneath the very spot where
the 30 to 35-foot image of Jesus had appeared
about 16 months earlier. To learn the whole
story of Miracle Stream,
scroll down and read “Mysterious sound
works magic in Cashiers” and “Sky
Ship projects giant image of Jesus.”
sound works magic in Cashiers
|A mysterious sound seems to
be creating magic on Glynis Heenan’s
land in Cashiers, NC. It defies a phonetic
spelling. It’s soft yet high-pitched.
It pulses three times, pauses, and then repeats
the sequence for about five minutes. It sounds
like something from a sci-fi space movie and
it has happened more than a dozen times since
late May 2010.
“You can hear the sound starting
above the head of the creek,” says
Glynis, “and then it moves down the
creek to edge of my property. Friends have
heard it, too.”
The sci-fi sound seems to be helping
Glynis with her project to revive the
nearly dried up creek bed that runs
through her property.
“When I started the project,”
she explains, “the water was
no wider than the width of my hand
and not deep enough to measure, but
I felt compelled to get it flowing
again. So I’ve been digging
out debris and silt since 2008. You
see, I strongly believe we co-create
with God and if everyone just threw
out the dirt and rubble from their
own stream or pond, we’d get
more of a flow and the Earth would
be able to breathe.
“But it proved to be too much
work for just one person,” she
continues. “So I started trading
haircuts for manual labor, rocks,
little bridges and plants to go along
the creek. A few people, who understood
the ultimate goal, donated some time
and materials. For that I will always
The two year effort paid off. A long-dead
laurel stump that’s estimated
to be at least 100 years old sprouted
fresh leaves and the dry creek was
transformed into a little stream.
Then in the spring of 2010, the magical
sound started and with it the creek
began to rise. It now has little ponds
and a tiny waterfall.
Glynis Heenan’s nearly
dried up creek
Glynis in her new pool of
Just part of the
“I do a lot of physical work in the
yard and I’m also a hairdresser,”
she says, “and that’s taken
a toll on my hands. Well, one day they were
really aching and I couldn’t even
bend one finger, so I went down to the creek
to soak them in the water. By the time I
walked out of the water, the pain was gone
and I could bend my finger again.
“Nearly everyone who comes to my
house or salon likes to go down to the stream,”
she adds. “They feel the magic. They
feel energized. I think the water is healing;
I do, I really do. Labor Day weekend, we
completed a better pathway down to the stream
so disabled and hurting people can more
easily get to the creek. With God’s
help, maybe there will be greater miracles.”
HERE to read a Sky Ship Message titled
"Ancient healing spring in Cashiers
energy pulsed like a Mother’s heartbeat
For over a year, I’ve
been told I should meet Ydo and see her
land. On July 8, 2010, I met Ydo. She is
pure joy and resonates as an exceptional
healer. My experience on her land that day
was incredibly profound. Honestly, I
could take my pillow and live on that hillside
at the Virgin’s pond for the rest
of my days.
The energy pulsated strong and soft, like
a Mother’s heartbeat. That
energy was intense. I bowed my head and brought
my palms together in prayer as I continued
walking. I stopped in front of the Virgin
statue, but I did not look at her. I didn’t
need to; I knew that she was there. I was
humbled by my emotional response to the energies
I felt. Head still bowed, I saw only the water
falling into the small pond below the Virgin’s
feet. I knelt down, palms still together prayerfully.
The energy pulsated and grew, like ripples
in a pond. I said prayers of gratitude for
what I was experiencing.
Alone, I entered the archway at the top
of the stairway to the Virgin’s pond.
Gentle pinpricks of electric energy
filled my being and I knew I was entering
a sacred place. Barefooted, I descended
60 steps into the tree-shaded hillside.
Despite recent knee pain, I felt only joy.
Feeling the power of the energy grow, I
was being drawn to the source. I stopped
at the bottom of the long stairway to allow
my body to adjust to the growing energy
Still kneeling prayerfully, the sound of the
water was harmonious music to my soul. My
entire being was filled and pulsated with
love energy. I drank of the water and bathed
my eyes gently. Finally, I looked
up at the statue of the Virgin. I
noticed that her hands, and mine, were held
together exactly the same way. I looked at
her face closely and asked aloud why she did
not smile and then the answer came as the
sound of the water grew. The pulsating energy
grew. Overwhelmed, I decided to lie down on
the small wooden bridge in front of the Virgin’s
pond. My back relaxed into the warm wood.
The sun was exactly overhead, shining through
the canopy of trees. I looked up into the
sun and was inspired to thank the Sky Brothers
for their protective watchfulness.
of the aurora borealis looks like
the waves of energy Jane SpottedBird
saw when she visited Ydo Yumart’s
special spring in Sylva, NC.
Open-eyed, I watched the
sun’s rays expand and contract into
a daytime aurora borealis.
Long, vertical waves of iridescent colors
shimmered in my gaze. Colors turned
into images. I saw a long-stemmed
flowering plant with two stalks growing
from the Earth. The stalk on the right side
was healthy, tall, strong, and had vibrant
blue flowers. The stalk on the left arched
left toward the ground, touching the Earth.
Its flowers were dull gray, and dying. That
image shifted. Next I saw teardrops falling
in an arc to the left. The tears were the
color of dried blood with a darker background
Then, I closed my eyes and
saw another view of long, vertical, shimmering,
iridescent, aurora borealis colors. They
undulated, rippled in waves and then changed
direction. I felt the colorful, horizontal
waves and ripples as they washed over my
body. They washed through my body time after
time. I do not know how long I laid there
before the healing energy receded and the
images diminished. Slowly, I sat up and
opened my eyes. Breathing deeply, I again
heard the sound of the water. I stood up
slowly. The energy of sacredness was still
profound. I knelt again before the Virgin,
saying prayers of gratitude for my healing.
I thanked her for her guardianship of that
sacred place. I did not want to leave.
Slowly, I retraced my steps, stopping frequently.
My body still felt like a live wire with
electricity pulsating through me. That healing
was enormously significant to me. One
year ago, I survived a 6-12 months death
sentence. Following my intuitive
guidance, I’ve been cured of stage
IV cancer though my body is still healing
other afflictions. I am immensely grateful
to Ydo for being the loving and protective
steward of that sacred site.
Bryson City, North Carolina, USA
NOTE: We received
this testimony and title from Bob Emery of
Crossville, Tennessee after he and two friends
from Bowling Green, Kentucky saw the blinking
statute of Our Lady of Guadeloupe near Dillsboro,
On April 30, 2010,
we stopped at the residence of Mrs. Ydo
Yumart who owns the Moonlight Spa and Retreat
Center just outside the Village of Dillsboro.
She has a painted concrete statue about
3 ½ feet in height of Our Lady of
Guadeloupe located in a small rock garden
very near to a spring that was recently
discovered by accident.
I had heard from a few friends verbally
that this CONCRETE STATUE
would, at various times, be seen to “blink
its eyes” at certain people who came
to view this phenomenon. Since we were on
our way to Cashiers, NC, it was the perfect
opportunity to stop and see this for ourselves.
Once there, we walked down the 60 steps
built into the hillside and approached the
garden area where we saw the statue standing
in its beautiful chapel-like garden beside
a bubbling spring. We stood there on the
walkway and watched the statue for maybe
two minutes, when all of a sudden I jumped
backwards and loudly said, “Whoa,
did you see that?” I then
quickly realized that had it not been for
the railing along the walkway behind us,
I might have tumbled backwards down the
hillside and on to the road below.
YES, there was never any
doubt, the statue did “blink”
at least a total of three or possibly four
times during the ten minutes we stood there
watching. The couple I was with also saw
I then found myself, for some unknown reason,
concentrating on the right eye of the statue
more than on both eyes, so I received not
only a “blink” but also a “wink,”
which I had been told also can occur at
I must say that I approached the garden
with the expectation of seeing for myself
that this statue of Our Lady of Guadeloupe
does actually “blink its eyes”
-- and that it indeed did for us that day.
Lady of Guadeloupe statue smiles again
Early January 2010, I went
to visit my friend, Ydo Yumart, who lives
on a bluff overlooking the Tuckaseegee River
in Sylva, NC. After catching up on each
other, she took me down the steps to where
her statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe resides.
It’s a lovely walk down with a nice
view of the river.
Before I tell you what I experienced, I want
to say I went with no expectations whatever.
I simply kept my mind open. Also, I was not
raised in the religious belief system of the
Roman Catholic Church.
beyond normal perception
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As we approached the statue, which resides
by a tree overlooking a small fountain,
I felt the peacefulness of the Earth. As
I looked at the statue, I could see an energy
field around her -- her aura. Then she gently
smiled. It was not dramatic in nature, just
And as I write this, I realize Our Lady
of Guadeloupe is not strictly a symbol of
any one belief system. She is for everyone,
leaving aside labels or restrictions. She
supports the feminine in us all.
I did not partake of the water at that
time, but I did see the stone that Rafael,
Ydo’s husband, found from which the
Second blinking statue of Our Lady of Guadeloupe
|There is a second blinking statue
of Our Lady of Guadeloupe in Jackson County
North Carolina. The first is on a bluff overlooking
the Tuckasegee River near the town of Sylva.
The second is near the town of Whittier at
Isis Cove which is an intentional community,
retreat center and home of Venus Rising Institute
for Shamanic Healing Arts.
The two painted statues are alike in every
way. Each was purchased about two years ago.
Each was the only one displayed at Wal-Mart
when purchased. Each now watches over a natural
spring of water.
it was strange to find her at Wal-Mart and
felt compelled to bring her home instantly,”
says Star Wolf who co-founded Isis Cove with
her husband Brad Collins.
placed her as a guardian to what we refer
to as Magdalene Spring. She has a sweet presence
but she also feels like a protector of the
spring which feeds the whole cove and valley
and all the creatures and beings that live
Then one day a woman who lives across the
road from Isis Cove decided to sit and rest
by the Lady of Guadeloupe statue.
“I looked at her face and indeed her
eyes did blink,” she explains. “The
experience felt as natural as breathing –
as if all the love we need is available if
we approach the divine as our rightful inheritance.
An experience with the Lady of Guadeloupe
was for me an affirmation of the Holy which
is inside us and around us. Now when I remember
that moment, I sense a kindness at the core
of me and it has the face of Our Lady.”
Knee healed while
visiting blinking statue of
Our Lady of Guadeloupe
NOTE: Three women, wishing not to have attention
drawn to themselves only to the miracles they
experienced, hand delivered the following
testimony to us after visiting the blinking
statue of Our Lady of Guadeloupe in Sylva,
NC on December 12, 2009. They chose that day
because it is The Lady’s liturgical
holy day. To learn more about the blinking
statue and see photos, scroll down to the
November 26, 2009 article titled “Virgin
of Guadeloupe statue with the blinking eyes.”
With two friends, I
approached the long and steep stairway leading
down to the renowned statue of The Lady
of Guadalupe with an open mind and a practical
concern; climbing down the stairs with my
left knee hurting, at that moment, didn’t
seem the wise thing to be doing.
Casually, I said to myself “Dear
Lady, please bless me with your healing
love that I might come down these stairs
free of pain to celebrate your birthday
with my friends.” Coincidence
or not, the pain eased and was then gone.
I made my way down the stairs gratefully
but aware that coming back up the steep
stairs could be another test for my knee,
and The Lady.
We went to where the statue stood on a
flat rock above the spring water that pours
into a little rocky basin. It was said the
water was blessed, so being in the moment,
we lit candles we brought with us. Then
I dipped my fingers into the cold water,
and saying another silent prayer, asked
The Lady to bless me with her healing love
as I put the water on my forehead.
We each had different feelings and experiences.
One friend was joyful and celebratory; the
other was quiet and reverent. I was mellow
as time seemed to not exist. The cold wind
held no effect whatsoever. It was really
quite a cozy feeling. We said a prayer of
thanks to The Lady for our being there on
her sacred day and we asked for her blessing
on our lives.
We studied her face to see if she would
choose to open her eyes as some previous
visitors had experienced. Then slowly
her eyes opened and closed. I grabbed
one friend’s shoulder and whispered,
“Did you see that?” She replied,
Then The Lady astounded us and opened
and closed her eyes four more times. I
was amazed. I stepped to the right and The
Lady looked right into my eyes as her lovely
cheeks and lips turned up in a smile.
Even her eyes glowed with the smile. The
others did not see the smile.
I can only say, as I walked back
up the steep stairs, pain free,
that I was experiencing a quiet feeling
and didn’t want to talk. I guess peace
is what I felt. I didn’t feel surprised
and I didn’t doubt what I saw. Finally,
as we stood once again at the top of the
bluff, we all began to chatter and feel
joyful about our experience. We especially
didn’t care about what others might
think about our experience.
I saw what I saw, and felt what I felt,
and that’s all I care about. Thank
you, Lady of Guadeloupe, and happy birthday.
of Guadeloupe statue with the blinking eyes
November 26, 2009
NOTE: Just when Ydo Yumart was thinking
she should be more public about her blinking
statue of the Virgin of Guadeloupe, a Sky
Ship message came through on November 26,
2009 confirming her thought (see message
section). It then was decided we would
post her story by December 12th to commemorate
the day the original image of Our Lady of
Guadeloupe was revealed in 1531. Ydo has
a doctorate degree in naturopathy, is nationally
certified by the Board of Massage and Bodywork
and owns the Moonlight Spa and Retreat in
Sylva, North Carolina.
Virgin of Guadeloupe Statue
Ydo Yumart couldn’t have imagined what
would start the day her husband, Rafael, tumbled
down their embankment overlooking the Tuckasegee
River in Sylva, North Carolina.
“Our house shared a common well with
our neighbors,” Ydo explains, “but
the water was not clear, so we were wishing
and asking for a spring. Then one day my husband
and a friend were cutting some trees and he
fell down the hill. When he stopped rolling,
he was right on top of a pretty clear spring
with water that later proved to be extremely
pure. It was a blessing. We felt the water
was so special that we tapped the spring for
Moonlight Spa & Retreat
Later, Ydo and Rafael decided to create
a fountain for the overflow from the spring.
There were plenty of rocks for the project,
but Rafael wanted to buy a special rock
for the overflow pipe.
“The very first rock he saw looked
like a woman holding a baby,” Ydo
says. “He thought it was the perfect
rock for the overflow pipe. Then we created
the little fountain.”
In the spring of 2009 when the project
was completed, Ydo walked through Wal-Mart
and saw a statue of Our Lady of Guadeloupe.
It was the only one there.
“I have always been attracted to
the story of the Guadeloupe Virgin even
though I am not Mexican,” she says,
“so I bought it to place above the
spring. Ever since the fountain was finished,
I go almost daily to the spring to meditate
and pray and drink the water because I think
“One day, I looked up at the statue
and saw her painted eyes were opening and
closing. I thought it might be an optical
illusion. At first, I was the only one who
saw this, but eventually my husband, friends
and some of my clients began to see it,
too. She doesn’t do this for everybody
and I don’t see it every time either,
but more and more people are seeing it.
“It’s interesting that my cat
loves to be there,” Ydo adds. “She
always sits in front of the statue. That
means it’s a good energy because animals
Lady of Guadeloupe statue
Ydo and I walked down to her statue
of Our Lady of Guadeloupe. Immediately
I felt a warm and comforting sensation
as if I were being hugged by the
side of the mountain where the
statue sits. We stood together
and looked into her eyes. I knew
she was going to blink for me
even though Ydo told me that she
did not blink for everyone. We
stood solemnly, reverently, and
waited. After a few moments, I
saw a quick blink. I kept watching
to see if she would do it again.
The next few times she blinked
more slowly and I heard the words
in my head “You are blessed,
my child.” I quietly thanked
the statue and I thanked Ydo for
sharing this amazing experience
with me. Once again as I turned
to leave the area near the statue,
I felt a great peace and warmth
as if the surrounding rhododendrons
were holding me in a loving embrace.
Sylva, North Carolina
In August 2009, a friend and
I visited Jackson County, North
Carolina. Our trip included a visit
to Ydo’s place on the 15th.
While there, she took us down the
many steps from her house to the
spring and the Virgin of Guadeloupe
statue. Ydo mentioned the healing
power of the spring water and told
us about the statue blinking on
rare occasions. I then gave special
attention to the Virgin's eyes while
Ydo was explaining many unusual
things at the location. At the moment
my friend and I were ready to go
back up the stairs, we both looked
at the Virgin at the same time,
and both were pretty sure she blinked
at us. I remained below while Ydo
went up to her house to bring down
jars so we could take spring water
home with us. When she returned,
the two of us happened to simultaneously
look at the statue, and in unison
said, "Look, she just blinked!"
Retired Presbyterian minister and
Spruce Pine, North Carolina
I went to Ydo’s spa to
take her information about the Jackson
County Chamber of Commerce. She
was very gracious and showed me
her spa which is lovely and beautiful.
Then she took me down to her spring.
As she was explaining how they found
the spring and the Our Lady of Guadeloupe
statue that overlooks it, I recalled
stories I’d heard about some
Virgin Mary statues crying real
tears. With that thought, I looked
up at the statue and it blinked
and continued to blink at me. Blinking,
though, really is not the right
word. The statue’s eyes slowly
closed and opened repeatedly. I
felt chills and such a wonderful
feeling. I haven’t been the
same since. It was an experience
I’ll never forget.
Sylva, North Carolina
Sky Ship Projects
Giant Image of Jesus
By Glynis Heenan
NOTE: Ever since a sky ship hovered over
her yard on June 28, 2008, Glynis Heenan
has seen sky ships so frequently that she
takes them for granted, but that complacency
vanished nearly a year later. It was such
an extraordinary experience that we didn’t
know quite how to put it on the website.
Then three months later, we received a sky
ship message directing us to do so. You
can read that July
18, 2009 directive for yourself in the
Sky Ship Messages section.
Before I tell you about the
most extraordinary experience of my life,
I’ll set the scene for you. I live
in a two-story house in Cashiers, North
Carolina that is completely encircled with
trees. The bedrooms and television room
are on the second floor.
On April 23, 2009, I was headed
up to bed about 10:30 p.m. when I decided
to stretch out on the futon in the TV room
and look out the window at the night sky.
When I looked up, I saw a pulsating, silvery
sky ship. It was like many sky ships I’ve
seen before -- very bright, smaller than
my thumb but much bigger than any star.
Right after that, I noticed
a beam of light shining from the sky ship
to the parking area. It was like a movie
projector spotlight that was bigger than
a softball in diameter. If I leaned forward
or backward, I couldn’t see it. I
even went to my bedroom to check out the
light, but could only see it from one spot
on the futon.
Suddenly I heard an absolutely
huge banging noise on the side of the house.
Of course, I was frozen with fear but then
turned toward the sound, only to be awestruck.
There in the tall trees south of my house
was a gigantic image of Jesus. He was as
tall as the trees – at least 30 to
35 feet tall. The image looked as solid
as a rock, not transparent, and stayed in
the same place for 20 to 30 minutes.
My fear fled and I just felt
peaceful and light. I telepathically heard
“I stand at the right side of my Father.
My rod and my staff shall comfort thee.”
The words made me think of Psalm 23. I was
overwhelmed with peace. I felt total love.
I was so awed by the power and so humbled
that I didn’t know what to do. I wanted
to get down on my knees, yet I didn’t
want to move. I was blown away. I was truly
Anyone I’ve told about
this experience has asked me what Jesus
looked like, so I’ll try to describe
what I saw with as much detail as possible.
First, I saw him from his
head to his sandals. He was looking straight
at me with loving but piercing eyes. His
eyes were very light, perhaps
hazel would best describe them.
was light, sandy brown with reddish or chestnut
highlights. It wasn’t one solid color.
It was parted in the middle and flowed like
freshly washed and dried hair in a gentle
breeze. It was beautiful, I mean beautiful.
His beard was darker but
it still had the chestnut hue and was neatly
He was wearing a white flowing
muslin robe with three-quarter
length sleeves. There was a long, loosely
fitting vest jacket over the robe made of
the same muslin material. The robe was belted
at the waist with a sandy brown cord which
was a little bit darker than his hair. The
knot in the cord was on his left side. A
leather pouch on a long
leather cord hung from his neck.
In his right hand he held
a rod that came up to his
shoulder. It was shiny wood that had irregularities
you’d find on a tree branch. It was
larger at the top and tapered downward.
His brown sandals
had thick soles with a cord over the arch
of each foot and another cord wrapped around
each ankle. They looked very comfortable.
materializes three times
|After months of observing sky
ships and receiving spiritual messages from
the Sky Brothers, Glynis Heenan’s adventures
took a new turn. Small orbs of light appeared
in her nearby trees, then her yard and finally
her home. Because of the messages, she understood
the orbs of light were helping to gently prepare
her for something big.
Not long after that, a spaceman
in a maroon jumpsuit suddenly materialized
in solid form next to her breakfast bar
while she stood stunned at her kitchen sink.
“Of course it startled me,”
Glynis says, “but almost instantly
a feeling of peace came over me. He was
there just long enough to see he had the
shape and height of a human man, but
I didn’t see his face.”
The spaceman appeared on March 17, 2009
and then made a second brief appearance
two days later.
“Once again I was in the kitchen;
once again I didn’t see his
face,” Glynis says. “This
time, though, he appeared in the doorway
to my front room”
finally shows his face
After the second appearance, Glynis repeatedly
asked to be shown the spaceman’s face.
On April 7, 2009 her wish was granted. As
she relaxed and meditated on the sofa in
her living room, the spaceman returned.
This time he showed his face.
“You have to know that I
was raised Jewish,” Glynis
emphasizes, “so there’s
nothing in my background that would make
me conjure up a Jesus visitation.
But when the spaceman revealed his face,
it was Jesus or Yeshua. It was the most
loving and compassionate face.”
It is interesting to note that the spaceman
first appeared on St. Patrick’s Day
and then revealed his face during the Christian
Holy Week or just before the Jewish Passover.
“He communicated telepathically
that he was from our future or another dimension,”
Glynis explains, “and that he and
other spiritually enlightened ones periodically
come to Earth to help uplift mankind to
a higher spiritual level. They come in inter-dimensional
sky ships of light that Ezekiel of the Old
Testament tried so hard to describe.
During his life on Earth as Jesus, it was
said he was taken up in a cloud, but in
actuality it was a sky ship. This he explained
is an important clue for what is to come.”
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