The ability to hear and see things that others on the Earth Plane cannot hear or see became a curiosity to me when my psychic talents opened up in my early forties. The following is a part of a conversation I had with The Holy Spirit about these matters:
People who have psychic talents must struggle with this knowledge that they are different, especially as their talents begin to make themselves known. Can You comment on the successful ways to cope with this?
“Yes. Don’t worry about it. This is perfectly normal. The presence of these talents indicates that a person is one of the highly-spiritualized people of the Upper Kingdom, who has come to Earth for a special reason. If they take care of this trust, I will reward them with My Presence during their lifetime.”
Are these talents, in a way, alien to planet Earth? Are they lost conditions which we used to have?
“Yes, I have been trying to raise up a group of friends, down on Earth, who would spend time talking to Me and who would ask Me questions and write down My answers; and who would entertain Me by letting Me look through their eyes. I have found a few but not very many, out of all of the spiritually-talented people whom I have sent to Earth over the millennia.
Now, to answer your question. They are not actually alien talents to Earth, as I have provided many humans with these features. You could say that they are lost conditions because during other times around, there were very many of these spiritualized people on Earth at one time. Far more than now. Most of those people used My Gift in a much more responsible way than during this present cycle, when the psychics have badly-abused this talent.”
Are all humans potentially psychic?
“No, not even potentially. Though some psychics say that all people are potentially psychic, it’s just not so. Most Earth humans do not have these capacities. And that is just that. They cannot take lessons to encourage a talent if it is not naturally present. The psychics were not sent down to make everyone psychic but to connect the two worlds. The people who have become the customers of psychics do believe in this Other World but they should not have to pay such fat feels in order to learn these things.”
Then a psychic ability is a condition of the next plane of existence, chiefly, and not here? Do those who exhibit these abilities unconsciously leak them while they are here living in a material human body?
“Yes, these are all natural parts of being in the Other World. They are nothing special there, in that everyone can do these things. I don’t think that these talents “leak” so much as “stand-out,” when found on a physical plane of existence.”
Do You have any advice for people who have psychic talents which give them an extra edge of information?
“Yes. Don’t use these talents foolishly. Use them for the benefit of humanity as a whole by letting Us talk to you and to others through you.
(Excerpt from: In Secret Diffusion: The Upper Realm Answers Questions About Planet Earth, by Linda J. Brown, pg. 210)
These days, I’m hard at work preparing my new movie script, “The Candlewick Question,” for submission on a terrific new site owned by Amazon.com/Time Warner http://studios.amazon.com/. The theme of my script is a look at life in a wax universe, populated completely by candle beings who don’t know what their wick is for. It also compares two different ways of life: that which respects nature and that which exploits nature.
This story is a reference to my book: “In Secret Diffusion,” which explains that many life situations with which humans are familiar, are actually experiments set up by God to learn things about humanity. In other words, our actions are being observed by a keen scientific Creator interested in learning what works and what doesn’t work, as far as future creation goes.
The somewhat shocking reference below to “better-tasting flesh” has been explained earlier in the book. In brief: some time ago in our vast history, we humans were so low on the galactic scale of advancement that we were considered fair game for higher civilizations out in space. Earth, a mixture of many planetary people, was a farming experiment and we were the chickens, goats, and pigs. In other words, edible goods.
Humor me…. I know how this sounds; but did any of you see the movie, “The Gods Must Be Crazy” about the aborigines’ take on a glass Coke bottle tossed out of a small plane into their midst? When there’s no frame of reference in our own background, we can be completely ignorant of factors which surround us and directly affect our personal welfare. All I’m saying is, don’t slam your mind shut until you’ve considered the possibility.
Luckily, today we have clawed our way to a slightly higher status and are not being plucked up for alien tables any more. However, if we should fall into a Third World War, for instance, and slide backwards on the evolutionary scale, those old butcher space ships might just return.
The following question comes in the chapter on Aliens, pg. 257, of my book, In Secret Diffusion: The Upper Realm Answers Questions About Earth:
Then, Earth is a great space experiment, where galactic cultures have been mixed? How has it been going? What are your conclusions?
” Yes, it is a great space experiment! Earth is a giant petrie dish, where We have been experimenting for millions and millions of years, trying to establish unity among the peoples of the universe. It has not been going well, until very recently, and now you have attracted the attention of many more than those of Us who were originally involved in the experiment.
To be sure, some of Our experiments were to create a better-tasting, sweeter-meat, human being. But now, this harvesting has been discontinued because Earth’s population is suddenly becoming more and more spiritualized. It looks as if this experiment has been a good one and We see that these populations can blend, to a certain degree, but that they are very persistent, genetically, in retaining their own characteristics.”
This would give us a new perspective about UFO’s, aliens, and the like. If this planet has been a petrie dish for intergalactic cultures, then those missions would be serving a very vital purpose: that of observing and managing such experiments. Are they anything to fear by the people on Earth?
Yes! They are very dangerous when things are in a volatile state on Earth. When populations hate each other, and rise up to destroy one another, then these outer space travelers will snatch up vast numbers of the battling groups. These people are taken back to the space traveler’s planets and butchered, cooked, and eaten as delicacies.
We do not interfere when things are peaceful. The bodies of those taken in war are always found on Earth’s battlefields, but these are not their real bodies. They are dead replicas, placed there so that the Earth’s population will not suspect anything.”
This answer comes from the chapter, Consciousness and Non-Physical Existence, in the book, In Secret Diffusion: The Upper Realm Answers Questions About Earth, by Linda J. Brown:
Is there such a thing as a non-physical existence?
The Holy Spirit: “No, there isn’t. All realms appear physical to those who are in them. They appear non-physical to those realms below them, but physical to those above them. This has to do with the placement of molecules and the distance between them. To a lower level, the upper level’s molecules appear so far spread that they do not seem connected. This is simply a physics approach to matter, which becomes more tightly-compacted as size is reduced.
This is why the other planets in your solar system appear, to Earth humans, to be so hostile and uninhabitable. It is because life exists at a higher vibration there and the molecules of their reality give certain erroneous impressions to your space travelers or probes.
In reality, those planet’s surfaces do not appear to Us as they do to you and We live all over the solar system. We are in a different dimension from those on your planet. This also applies to Us when We approach the planets of higher dimensions than Ourselves. What appears to be inhospitable and empty of life is actually filled with those living in another dimension than your own.”
As far as I know, this doesn’t exist…but I’ll bet it will in the near future and I’m going to prepare for the bandwagon.
Since this is the time period that most people make New Year’s Prophecies and Predictions, I shall go on record with one which I’m sure will become a part of our lives within a year or two. It concerns the use of the electronic reader, such as Kindle, Nook, the Sony Reader, etc., which will soon be as indispensable as our cell phone. Every backpack, briefcase and purse will include a reader with limitless books and reading material already downloaded or easy to acquire. That technology will continue to add more features and go through its acquisition curve. I don’t have one yet, but am watching the price drop and the value to my life rise. Of course, I already know that I must have one. I’m just biding my time.
But all of my books will also be ebooks and will be on sale for electronic reader download and that is such a blessing for authors. Pretty soon, there will be very little distance between us and our readers…a few buttons to push and a rather small amount of money (compared to a physical book)… and instant gratification. Your reading can begin almost as soon as your interest is tweaked by the content description. Plus, there’s nothing to store and no wear and tear on the book. We are in the opening throes of a true revolution here, in the way we read and handle books!
Okay, so that’s not news. That’s so last year and the year before. But, here’s what I expect that we will be able to have on those little electronic screen readers:
COLORING BOOKS! Sophisticated, black and white illustrations embedded within the pages of the book, and built-in color graphics, so that we can sit on the airplane during a long and dull flight, and play with our virtual “color crayons” to make instant art. We can delete what we have done and start over, or save the versions we like, and have as much fun as the children do….to say nothing of entertaining the children with their own portable and recyclable coloring books.
I had this idea in the shower yesterday, because I have been diligently teaching myself to draw lately, in preparation for the children’s book I am currently preparing for publication. It’s called The Candlewick Question. It’s a very visual story and I suddenly got the idea to illustrate it with black and white line drawings so that children could color them, throughout. I don’t know how many 6×9 paperback story books are coloring books, as well, but it will fit my format perfectly and so now I am devoting days and weeks to these illustrations. They are looking pretty good.
I’ve been concentrating on art these days, trying to define my characters visually and to create attractive, easy-to-color scenes, which would be inserted as extra pages throughout the story. Naturally, in the paper version of the book, the coloration opportunity would be a one-time shot. Once done, it’s done forever. Of course, these will be attractive enough as illustrations to simply leave them in black and white. The classic edition of Alice In Wonderland is a good example of beautiful line drawings that I never heard of anyone coloring.
Anyway, in this shower, I was thinking ahead to the ebook version of my children’s book, The Candlewick Question, and that naturally led to thinking about the Kindle, the Nook, the Sony Reader and all of the portable ereaders on the market. Ahhhh, the kids can’t color on that now, can they? Hmmmm? Maybe they can in a few years. And if it would work for kids in the future, why not add illustrations to my fiction books for adults, too and get ahead of the curve!
I haven’t heard that color graphics are a feature on those ebooks yet, but that is a truly inevitable step and probably won’t take very long for some company to grab hold of and speed their version along in the competition.
Once they add that technology, there could be a real demand for ebooks with black and white illustrations intended to be colored because it would just be so much fun. It could even be serious fun….if you added them to home decorating books or fashion design or hair color or makeup illustrations, architecture, landscaping and all manner of graphics and design applications.
And then, they could add a stylus and let us draw on the blank ereader surface and we’d have a high-tech, expensive version of the old Etch-a-Sketch, where we could delete, or save, our trial and start all over again.
These good ideas just keep on recycling themselves, don’t they? And don’t let the grown-ups kid you. They will glom onto this just as fast as the kids will.
So, that’s my New Years Prediction #1 for 2011! What’s yours?