God bless Steve Beckow for translating my morning walk into something truly worth sharing!
Linda Dillon was walking her pet dog, Eliza, when she looked up and saw the mothership, the Neptune, on the horizon. She whipped out her iPhone and took a picture.
She says she could not get it all in her camera. It’s 28 miles long.
I asked her how it is that she knew it was the Neptune and she replied: “I looked up and said to Eliza, that looks like the Neptune. And they replied ‘Yes, it’s us.'” It’s taking the shape of a UFO for this arrival because that’s a shape people will recognize. The dome on top is the command deck.
“It certainly made my day,” she confided.
I recently spoke to Archangel Michael about the Neptune trip and he reported that:
“There was a very aggressive plan underway to intervene both in the unveiling of the mothership [Oct. 14, 2008] and with anyone who would try to visit the Neptune.”
“The term would be ‘national security’ only we would use the term ‘global security.’ So it was decided by the Intergalactic Council, that the danger [was too great] and the one commitment that they adhered to, which was ‘no fear’ had too strong a potential to proceed [with either event].
“So the individual, both known and unknown, visitations to various ships actually have been taking place and again we would encourage people to share their experiences and their knowing of that. [via “Contact Us.”]
“The communication with your star brothers and sisters has increased tremendously over the last few months especially.” (1)
Some people wonder how a spaceship could bear a Latin name. The answer is that the Latin and Greek languages are themselves based on galactic languages. So it isn’t that the Neptune is a Latin word. It’s a galactic word. And what it refers to is not our planet Neptune, but a planet Neptune in a distant constellation.
Spaceships often mask their presence with clouds as in this photo. These cloud formations are called lenticular clouds.
(1) Personal Reading between Steve Beckow and Archangel Michael through Linda Dillon.