Noted astrologer and spiritual teacher Barbara Hand Clow channels the voice of Satya, a Pleiadian goddess. Satya describes the huge cosmic drama taking place simultaneously in nine dimensions, with Earth as the chosen theater. The Pleiadians are a group of enlightened beings who believe that the end of the Mayan Calendar will signal a critical leap in human evolution; the Pleiadians will be there to guide us for that leap. This shift is the coming Age of Light, and the entry of our solar system into the Photon Band and the Age of Aquarius.
Most of the book is channelled from Satya, Keeper of the records of Alcyone, the central star of the Pleiades. She is an engaging narrator, and the nature of her personality is probably the cause of my afore-said enjoyment.
Satya tells us much about the Anunnaki of the planet Niburu, who direct the World Management Team, by others termed the Illuminati. She also mentions that the famous artist Van Gogh was an incarnated Pleiadian, and as such could see the spiral form of stars, which demonstrated his faculties of multidimensional sight. She invites us to study Van Gogh’s star paintings, as this will help us to see how our own Sun is part of the Pleiades.
Satya also advises us to integrate the astrology or stellar orbits and cycles by meditating during solstices, equinoxes, and new and full moons. She tells us about the Sirians, who are “magnificent feline gods from Sirius who built the Great Pyramid and Sphinx to hold open the geometric portals of the stars while our solar system is travelling in the Photon Band”.
We are informed about the importance of creating a sacred altar, and how to do it. This is because we can then “Make Home”. In the glossary at the end of book “Making Home” is defined as “consciousness locating self in linear space and time by being so conscious of the four directions that all dimensions are totally accessible”.
There is a chapter about the alchemy of nine dimensions, which Clow later wrote a whole book about. In this chapter we are told about the value of traumas – “right in those times is where the knowledge about restructuring your whole planet exists! All your traumas and pain happen only to get you to see the worlds of others!”
We learn about the nuclear war that occurred in 2024 B.C. which was “triggered” by Abraham and which “made the Dead Sea into a lifeless body of water”. Abraham’s mission was to “deposit the power of Anu into Annunaki temples, so as to control the emotional bodies of “our ancestors”. (Anu is “the great father God of Niburu”.) Abraham deposited uranium in the temple in order to “begin a new level of Nibiruan control of Earth”.
A section of the book is dictated by Anubis – “The great Sirian/Egyptian god Anubis is the guide who holds Niburu’s orbit in form … Anubis is a being who travels the universe with the consciousness of Sirius, and he is a very, very superior being”. One gem from Anubis is - “The degree to which the World Management Team gets away with murder on your planet is in direct proportion to the degree to which you do not trust yourselves to be creative”.
Enoch also gets a word in. He is a 7D light being when he manifests in 3D and, when unmanifested, he exists eternally in the Galactic Centre. He says the most valuable part of his teachings were the techniques for ascending into the light. That was why the books about him were removed from Scripture.
There are accounts from King Lizard and Dr. Lizard. Yes, it gets curiouser and curiouser. King Lizard instructs us about kundalini. Dr. Lizard, who is a collective entity, wonders why we spend so much time worshipping God when our planet is going to hell. They wonder why we think God is superior to ourselves. This is impossible, they say, since nothing is superior to us.
We also hear from the Moon and Lucifer. It is all fascinating. You don’t have to believe it all, if you don’t want to, but you should read the book.
All this should have given you an idea of the content of this amazing book. I strongly recommend that you read it. As stated above, I found it to be the most enjoyable read of those of Clow’s books I have read so far (though I have many still to read).