Beyond the Light Barrier: The Autobiography of Elizabeth Klarer (Anglais) Broché – 1 juin 2009
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Du pouvoir de l'esprit chez les extraterrestres.
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The information Akon relayed to Elizabeth regarding space travel, etc., is highly interesting.
I recommend this book to anyone and everyone who believes that we are not alone in this universe, and have never been alone.
This story is so outrageous its hard to put down! The story is very well written and sometimes excruciating in the scientific details. The only problem is that the author sees so much romance and personality in the mountains near her home and her old car that it leads one to wonder about the validity of her story. Otherwise, its worth the read.
She stated a few times that she was living for the moment,any parent will tune into the feelings for David, as he was so left out,and by her own admission, ignored by Akon.I have read innumerable books on contact cases, I was not overly impressed with this. I found Akon's single-minded claim on her somewhat surprising in it's coldness towards all those she knew. He did not think it wise to hold his disregard in check.
As much as he gave, she lost in other ways.To have no one to come back to after 4 months away, must have been tragic.I found an under current of E.Klarer liking everything on Meton, including stones!to the emotional detrement of her life on Earth and all the people who had made her, who she was as an identity.
I am a contactee my self and have had visitations,seeing it from that perspective, it does not boad with me well that I speak of white skin, being supreme or imply asmuch, and the lineage the one to aspire to..E.Klarer's pride in Akon superseeds her relation with her then husband,and child by him. She promised her life to Akon, without any further thought, so I feel there was a notion of glory in it, of what people would think of her in an elevated state. Depending on the reader, the information about galactic living, essence, light and electrical pulse, I found basic in it's ability to educate, while in her introduction she stated this was information on an cosmic level, much about other cosmic subjects were missed. In cosmic definition, electrical frequency and it's dealings are only touched upon. I very much waited for this text, paying much more than for others, and was a disapointed on that score.
I found her innocence, strange for one who had studied at Cambridge and felt at one with all life, including the cosmos, which once it happens, the receiver cannot claim innocence at all.The intimacy between Akon and her,as well as maybe,to be reading details, reminded me more of a mills and boon romance.
There were many contradictions in text, of the extent of dangers Earth in is, only to be told that Akon,the great scientist,could change the motions of the Sun, which would effect major changes around the world. A direct statement of their own lack of interest and prejudice towards Earth, or the Milky Way's situation. If one has the means, and loves life, one will do what is necessary.
The book as much as it speaks of the electric light barrier that keeps us in our respective worlds, the book also tells women how the subtle need to control those whom you think belong to you, is done in far "advanced" places, not just on irritating Earth ;by men. A condescending man living on a verge of a patriarchial society conveyed by as many words as he spoke.