Barbara Hand Clow
This book never been written without the incredible support that you gave Gerry Clow. Gerry was the chief editor andhis extraordinary skill and dedication were the ingredients needed to disclose a material as diverse and difficult.Thanks to Brian Swimme to present this book. As we move from mind to mind heliocentric galactic've always beenwith me for the radical changes of consciousness.
Channel this book to Gerry Clow, John Kaminski and Audrey Peterson. Thanks John for transcribing the tapes and for assisting in the editing. Thanks for being a guardian with respect to any half-truth or inappropriate emphasis. Audrey,thanks for your openness, your love and your vision of light. I appreciate your availability to all three and your courageto dare with another tour `mad 'with the Pleiadians.
I express my gratitude to the people who most helped me clarify my voice Pleiadian. They are Barbara Marciniak, KenCarey, Lyssa Royal, Wendy Munro, Tom Crisley and Tobi and Teri Weiss Power Place Tours. Thanks to JeanneScoville and film producer David Drewry for your unfailing ability to recognize the importance of the work in time to filmin Egypt in 1994.
I would like to thank the assistance so he could understand the Grand Mayan Calendar. These people are HunbatzMen, Alberto Ruz Buenfil and Lloydine Jose Arguelles, Tony Shearer, John Major Jenkins, Terence McKenna,Stephen McFadden, Hugh Harleston and Jose Diaz-Bolio.
I would like to express my gratitude also to the "Bears" by the support I received for this project. I am deeply gratefulto Mindy Belter for the excellent design and illustrations, Sonya Moor for his careful correction Lightbourne and Imagefor a great photo.
Thanks to Carol White, Audrey Peterson and Nicki Scully for helping see the elementary Wingard Erhart Dawn for keeping inside my body while I was working too and Barbara Morgan for lending their gardens. Maybe I had not beenso conscious about the equality of animals, insects, rocks, humans, and stars had it not been for the kindness, full of truth, my four children, Tom, Matthew, Christopher and Elizabeth, thank you for share the Earth with me.
ENTERING THE UNIVERSE
The best way to approach the new book by Barbara Hand Clow, The Pleiadian Cosmology, is to see encompassedwithin the traditional cosmological task of learning how to "get into the Universe." For most modern people this mightappear to be a little odd, even trivial. After all, what could be easier than entering it? However, the fact is that thechallenge of entering the universe is very old. And we, humans in particular, we are uniquely challenged as a speciesbecause we do not only with our genetic inheritance. In other animals are spared all this. At least, in most situations,instructions on how to behave are at hand.
Our challenge is totally different. We have accumulated a wealth of information about the universe and how it worksand all this information must be taken into account to learn how to act wisely in the universe. Enter it simply meanslearning the ways of a wider world and how one should relate to this. The first humans felt this was a deep and urgentchallenge. Possibly, from 300,000 years ago, but surely over the past 40,000, the humans gathered at night anddiscussed the ways of the universe to find their way through the Great World. No matter which continent they lived,what culture, in which area, they met the night around a campfire on the plains of Africa, in caves in the forests of Eurasia, under the brilliant night sky of the masses land of Australia and the longhouses of North America and had thesacred stories of the universe and what it took to live a noble life.