As part of our star family and another ourself we would love to know more about you. What brought you to Galactic Spacebook and what facets are you most interested in?
I'm interested in finding the kins that are related to my and my terrestrial family to observe how the relationship between us takes place.
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? :)
Two years ago I read about it and saw my kin, but since I did not understand anything about that language I put it aside.
Recently I met two people who are more involved with it: a young girl who read the kin of the day for us, everyday, and answered some of my questions, and another was a lady who 13 years ago took the course and nowadays offers free reading of the wave to anyone who wants. She read mine in a language that I could understand, so now i hope to understand it better now.
What are your favorite books/music/art/movies?
Movie: La Belle Verte
Music: Instrumental, hang drum, hymns from old religion and Santo Daime
Books: the ones that penetrate and inevitably do inner work
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