Copyright 1999 by
Alloya N. Huckfield.
First Edition 1999
All Rights Reserved.
First and foremost, I would like to thank Greg, my partner, for his kind and supportive energy. I want to express my appreciation to him for his patience and tolerance as I ventured into the unknown. He created a space that was safe and peaceful, allowing me freedom and love to do my work. I want to thank Madame Zu from the bottom of my heart for her inspiration through her music. Without her calling, I do not think I would have ever remembered who 'I AM'.
Thank you to my special friend, Alex, whose dolphin love warmed me when I felt alone and cold. Thank you to Dan who was the first to recognize who I was becoming. Much love to Verity who held me in a space warm and true. Respect and honour to Beau who had the key, who opened up the world of the internet for me and allowed me, access to the mass consciousness.
And finally, all the love and thanks from my heart for Denyse and Judy for having the dedication and the drive of purpose to carry out what I just could not do. They were the final ingredients in the creating of The Mission of the One Star and I want them to know that I honour them for their part in this amazing journey.
The book creates a unique 'map of consciousness' for the reader and uses that map to adroitly navigate the aspects of the multi-self. One may ask, "What is the difference between an angel and an alien?" When we ask the question, "what is this book about?" we could ask the same question of Richard Feynman\u2019s landmark Quantum Electrodynamics (QED) and get the same answer that Feynman did: "The strange theory of light and matter". In the same manner that Feynman eases the reader through sophisticated theories about quantum physics, Alloya guides the reader through the more foreign world of the spirit. One may ask next, "how do I know the material is authentic?" and again we may ask the question of Feynman's work. "Because it checks in with your intuition,\u201d comes the answer. Certainly there is no way to check the accuracy of the information in either case, so both authors use instances and observations from daily life to illustrate their point.
"The Mission of the One Star" conveys more of a process than an idea. The reader is invited on a journey that begins with a concise description of the levels of consciousness in a 12 dimensional universe. For most people, it is difficult to imagine anything beyond 3 dimensions, but the book emphasizes how people must learn to become aware of the 4th and 5th dimensions. Once aware, the people of this day and age must learn to integrate those multi-dimensional aspects of themselves.
Part of that understanding is knowing how extraterrestrials (ETs) fit into the scheme of the universe. Simply put, they are higher dimensional energies interacting with out plane. In this sense, we may put ghosts in the category of ETs as well as angels. So, how does Alloya's message differ from the many other books on the subject? She encourages the reader to abandon the belief that the ETs
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