Sunday, November 18, 2012

Hopi's Blue Star Prophecy & E.T. = "End Times"

Blue Star 
E.T. = "End Times"
Published on October 20th 2012 
Ian spoke with Miriam Delicado 
about her contact with extraterrestrial beings,  their message for the world, and how it ties into the Hopi's Blue Star Prophecy and the End Times.

Delicado described a childhood abduction experience in which she was given a small rectangular object and instructed by aliens to take care of it. The object was silvery-gray in color and had markings on it, she explained, adding that she was unsure of its purpose. Delicado said the object is presently hidden.

Delicado also recounted her 1988 abduction by tall blond extraterrestrials. The beings had large blue eyes, thick wavy hair, and were angelic in appearance, she recalled. According to Delicado, they downloaded information into her telepathically and asked her to share their message with the world:

"One day a star will appear in the sky for all of man to see. Nothing or no one will be able to hide its presence from the world, and it will be sign to the people that the end is near and it is time to prepare."

Delicado noted the similarities between the aliens' End Times message and the Hopi's Blue Star Prophecy. She said the beings told her that should a great catastrophe visit the planet in the future, people will need to go to the 'safelands' -- special areas around the world (Four Corners in the United States) 
that are protected by the aliens.

Delicado also talked about the time she was approached by a mysterious man who tried to recruit her into a secret Russian psychic program, as well as her encounters with five men that looked and dressed alike, who appeared at various times in her life to inquire about alien technology.

Miriam Delicado, author of 'Blue Star,' is a middle-aged woman that has always had an array of abilities and sensitivities. She is able to heal, predict earthquakes, connect with crossed-over spirits and astral travel. She also has psychic ability and gets premonitions. Her first memory is of being a baby and feeling the frustration of not being able to communicate with others.Her life story encompasses much that is strange. She was first contacted by Aliens while a baby and was abducted for the first time at age four. These particular events were not in her consciousness until much later in her life.

The trigger that brought these occurrences back into her consciousness was an Alien abduction experience while on a road trip in 1988. Her journey leads her to The Four Corners Area of the southwestern United States. Since that time there have been many other encounters with 'Tall Blond' Aliens. The relationship that developed between Miriam and the Aliens became one of Teacher-Student and finally culminated into that of Emissary.As a direct request from the 'Tall Blonds', and to fulfill the role of Emissary, she has written 'Blue Star - Fulfilling Prophecy'. In this book Miriam recounts her experiences with the Aliens, her travels to the Alien 'Safe Lands', her meetings with Hopi elders and the connections with indigenous peoples prophecies. She also shares the Alien's history of Man's creation and their involvement with Earth and 'The End Times'.

The end time (also called end times, end of days, last days or eschaton) is a time period described in the eschatological writings in the three Abrahamic religions (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam) and in doomsday scenarios in Hinduism, Buddhism and various other non-Abrahamic religions.

In Judaism the term "end of days" is a reference to the Messianic Age and the Jewish belief in the coming of mashiach and the Olam haba, that will usher in peace and unity for all mankind, in the service of one God.

In Islam, Yawm al-Qiyāmah "the Day of Resurrection" or Yawm ad-Din "the Day of Judgement", Allah's final assessment of humanity, is preceded by the end of the world.

In Christianity, the end times are often depicted as a time of tribulation that precedes the Second Coming of the messiah, Jesus, who will usher in the Kingdom of God and bring an end to suffering and evil and all things wrong with the current world which is tainted by original sin.

Various other religions also have eschatological beliefs associated with turning and redemption.

Since the advent of modern science in the 18th century, the discovery of deep time, and the age of the Earth, the concept of an end of days has been replaced in contemporary discourse with questions about the ultimate fate of the universe. Most scientists believe that the "end of the world" will finally occur hundreds of billions of years from now with the heat death of the universe.

See also: Apocalypticism Abomination of Desolation End of the world (disambiguation) Endtime Ministries Katechon Mysticism Number of the Beast Prophecy of Seventy Weeks Revelation Summary of Christian eschatological differences The Two Witnesses Unfulfilled religious prophecies 
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