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The Blue Star

The Blue Star

In Gordon-Michael Scallion's book Notes from the Cosmos(1), he shares his vision about the coming of a "Blue Star" which has appeared in the heavens at regular cycles. Unlike typical stars, this object is composed of "pure spiritual energy" or "light-beings," and serves as a sign- it arrived 12,000 years ago to warn of a great flood and the sinking of Atlantis, he details. When it returns, from a scientific point of view, it will seem to reach our system quite suddenly, and as its light permeates Earth, people's intuitive abilities will be enhanced. The Blue Star will eventually be visible during daylight, and cast a bluish tint on people's skin, he added.

1. http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0961970901/ctoc

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