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Voyagers: The Sleeping Abductees, Volume 1 (Voyagers)

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Ashayana Deane has been personally trained by the Guardian Alliance to bring to Earth the new (but ancient) science of Keylonta-the science of light, sound, subconscious symbol codes and base codes of matter. Volume I of The Voyagers series provides the background you need to understand the true nature of reality and the seriousness of the position that Earth is in at this ...more
Paperback, Second Edition, 272 pages
Published October 1st 2001 by Granite Publishing, LLC (first published May 1st 2001)
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Jun 22, 2012 Veronica rated it it was amazing
Enlightening! Highly Recommended. Having an open mind is fundamental to receiving the information as intended.
Victoria Generao
Radical, complex and yet somehow there is an element of truth ringing through it.
May 02, 2014 Jonathan rated it liked it
Interesting to say the least, as a scientist, I was intrigued by many concepts in the book but also very skeptical. I guess I'm still brainwashed to the actual truth ;-)
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Very complex, but it was interesting nonetheless.
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Jun 30, 2011 Iona Stewart rated it did not like it
I found this book to be unreadable. I could read only a couple of pages at a time. I did not feel any love emanating from it, it was all intellect and no heart. The subject-matter was potentially extremely interesting to me, but the negative vibrations put me off. Highly developed beings emanate love, this writer did not. I like to read books that help to raise my vibration not lower it, so I felt there was something not quite right with this book. It also contains pages filled with unnecessary ...more
Mar 20, 2015 Lana rated it it was amazing
The second most important book ever published...second to Voyagers 2.
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