September 18, 2011 in Spirituality
Seeing an UFO shouldn’t have surprised me. After all, I believe that exploring new ideas is how I grow, especially when those ideas contradict my lifelong belief systems. I’ve explored a lot of new ideas over the past few years so it makes sense that I would have to look at UFOs since I have not done that yet.
In addition, I should have seen this coming. Last spring, I stumbled across the ZetaTalk website while researching another topic. Books by Zacharia Sitchin, Immanuel Velikovsky, and Richard Hoagland have recently come across my desk. A new client, without prompting, suddenly told me the story of her family’s encounter with an UFO that started a series of remarkable synchronicities for her.
The books by Sitchin, Velikovsky, and Hoagland were interesting and entertaining. They told about beings from another time and another place that came to Earth. They proposed theories about how these beings designed and created many of the remarkable monuments on Earth including the great pyramids and sphinxes on both hemispheres. Hoagland believes this includes the pyramidal structures on Mars while pointing out that Cairo was originally named El-Hahira, from the Arabic El-Kahir, meaning “Mars.” Sitchin uses ancient texts, including the Bible to support his claims. Velikovsky uses myths and scientific research for his support. Hoagland uses his experience as a NASA consultant and CBS News advisor.
My client has numerous college degrees including two masters and a doctorate. In addition, she was mentored by several great spiritual minds and has a wealth of experience as a therapist. Her experiences completely shocked her and changed the way she works with her clients.
I know that the cue for me to explore a new idea is when I experience a series of related events about that idea. I assume that I’ve attracted those events to benefit me at some level so I relax into them and see if I can understand the lesson.
Therefore, when the UFO appeared during dinner on the evening of September 2, I wasn’t surprised. I just added something else to my research list.
Other than evaluating the Zetas’ Earth change predictions, I had not explored the UFO ideas that much. Sitchin, Velikovsky, Hoagland, and my client told interesting stories but I wasn’t ready to consider all the ramifications.
Now, since I don’t have an explanation for the quiet, bright light that flew in from the north, hovered over our family, flew out to the east, and vanished, I know that I have to consider all of the ramifications of where my experiences are taking me.
If I had any doubts, I attended a lecture by Neale Donald Walsch Friday evening. He was talking about changes in our society and finished a list of changes by saying, “We’re going to be surprised when the aliens show up and say, ‘Hello earthlings.’”
In spite of all the indicators that say it is time to learn more about the topic, I am hesitant to start. I’ll explain more in a future article.
What would you do if you were me? Would you ignore this series of events? Would you try to learn more about this topic? If so, where would you look?