Book Reviews - The Saviours of Earth
by Shivi Verma
The fact that Planet Earth is making a vibrational shift and ascending to a plane of higher energy has been much discussed in the year 2012. Many believe that it is a time to dispel old notions and grow spiritually along with the new knowledge coming on earth.
This book by psychic Dolores Cannon, reveals a grand plan formulated far up there on a greater realm, by souls of higher evolution to engender this planetary shift. When they saw that man with his limited awareness and high power was destined to destroy the globe, they decided to send souls which had no past experience of ever existing in a body, or as a human body on Planet Earth. These beings with no burden of karma attached to them were light enough to infect anyone in their vicinity with positivity. In her research as a Past-life Regression therapist, the author claims to have come across many such souls who had no memory of ever existing on the earthly realm. They saw themselves as strange people existing in unknown planets or simply as beams of energy. During the hypnosis, they revealed their purpose on earth, and how the grossness of this material realm made them forget it. Through her sessions, Dolores became aware of three waves of volunteers who had agreed to be the vehicle of this shift through three time slots. Their purpose was to change the energy of the earth to avoid the catastrophe, and to help raise the energy of the people to make them ascend with the Earth in the next dimension. The first wave entered Earth around the late 1940s, when the atomic bomb was dropped. The second ones came around the late ‘70s and mid ‘80s and the third waves are the new children, many of whom are in their teens. Their job is not to do...but to exist, that too inconspicuously. The entire book is an intriguing tale of life on different dimensions, the secret codes of the universe, the secret of UFO visitings, time travel and how quietly the Earth is preparing for a quantum leap. The format is in the form of documentation of live recording of such regression sessions. Though the information in the book is quite unusual, there is no way to corroborate the claims made by it. In any case it makes for a fascinating reading. A bit of good editing, however, could have reduced the bulk and made the prose more engaging.
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