A place to discuss the Mother Ship.AA Midway Station – Arcturus/Antares Midway station, located interdimensionally above the planetary midpoint between Jupiter and Maldek (Asteroid Belt). Also known as “the Mother Ship” the AA Midway station is the location of the particular unit of the Galactic Federation assigned to monitoring the star system Velatropa 24.3, scene of the final dramas of the Free Will experiment.See More
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Radical theories on the nature of time and advanced states of human consciousness.
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We've noticed that, more often than not, it is a fascinating story when someone shares how they learned about the Law of Time/13 Moon Calendar/Dreamspell. How or when did you learn about it? :)
In 2010 my big brother (Kin 53, 1Skywalker) inform me that there is a new calendar other than the Gregorian calendar which is the Mayan calendar. Kin 53 also decode my Galactic Signature (later i realize i was in the same Wavespell with Kin 53). Back in that time I only knew about my Galactic Signature . In 2015 since the launching of the new website (lawoftime.org) I began to study about 13 Moon Synchronometer very intensively and Here I Am Now mastering the Galactic Time!
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The Arcturus Probe: Tales and Reports of an Ongoing Investigation
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The sacred River of Time continues to flow. But many can no longer hear it According to The Mayan Factor, the galactic Maya foresaw this time of darkness on the planet. The time when “the memory of the Galactic Masters … Continue reading →
“…the transition to the noosphere is the shift to an entirely new state of mind and consciousness – the mind of the Earth made whole and One.–Jose Arguelles/Valum Votan As of this New Moon, Kin 13 (7 November, 2018), there … Continue reading →