Thursday, October 30, 2014

Typical "early phase" UFO communication

The use of a "feel good" artistic light display creates a feeling of well-being in the general viewing public and it's a nice way to initiate contact between races!  It puts us all in a good mood which helps the eventual meeting to be as uplifting as possible for all involved!

The bottom two photos are of the 2009 Norwegian spiral anomaly seen in Norway and Sweden on the eve of Barack Obama's 2009 Nobel Prize speech given in Oslo, Norway.

Below, Matthew Ward discusses the Norwegian spiral and the reasons for its appearance.

Sharka Todd

From Matthew Ward:
Your next decade will be an explosion of dynamic revelations that will forever change life in your world, including the imminent recognition of other civilizations’ presence. Other long-suppressed truths that will lead to a multitude of reforms will follow like tumbleweeds blown by the wind and lead you into Earth’s Golden Age.

Our primary message today is a special kind of offering, but first we shall address the question in many minds: What was that phenomenal appearance in the skies over Norway?  I asked my mother to copy what I told her in reply to Jean Hudon’s immediate query []:

“Matthew says this is the most profound sign yet from our brothers and sisters in other civilizations that the time is nearing for their presence to be properly acknowledged—there is no way that those who do not want that to happen can explain away this dramatic sign.

"The overall spiral represents the unbroken interconnectedness of all souls from our Beginnings in the light—the intense light at the center—and the blue spiral aimed at Earth is the most forceful evidence to date of their desire for us to consciously connect with them in the same spirit they have come. The timing and location are significant, selected to mark the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to US President Obama for his vision and dedication to achieving world peace and to indicate that they are here to assist us reach this goal.”

Message from Matthew, December 17, 2009

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