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The Star People Will Return

A Native American Indian Legend


This poem was presented in a slide presentation Vision
Quest by Fisheye with music by the Three Key Sound on 15th July
1997, at the Woodlands Art Gallery, Blackheath, London, England. The
story was passed on to George C. Andrews in 1995, by a Native
American Indian woman who claimed she was a UFO abductee. This
poem had been passed down from her Grandfather:
Very long ago in the distant past, Mother Earth was whole and
healthy, everyone lived in harmony with each other. There was an
abundance of food and essentials. There were other beings who
regularly exchanged knowledge with those who lived on and in our
Mother Earth. These beings were the Star People
There are many other civilizations out in the vast universe. They all
came and traded with us in those far distant times of long ago. One
thing that they were able to do besides soaring among the stars, was
to see what is to be - much like when we have a vision during a vision
quest. What they saw and shared with us was the coming of this age
of ignorance that is upon us now.
Knowing that the ancient wisdom would be misused and exploited
and perverted to destructive ways, the people gathered the sacred
power objects and concealed them in the womb of our Mother - in
caverns and hidden places. This was done the whole world over . . .
The star people withdrew for a time, but only after making sure the
power objects had been concealed. They appointed watchers to guard
the entrances to the sacred sites. All of the secrets will be
completely protected. Now as has happened in the past, earth
changes are about to occur. Our Mother is greatly burdened. She is
heavy as a woman long due with child. She will give birth and soon
too. It will be within your season - that means within our lifetime. Of
course as with all deliveries, there is pain:
When mother earth has contractions - We will perceive it as
earthquakes . . .
When the waters break - We will perceive it as floods . . .
When the blood gushes - We will perceive it as lava from volcanoes . .

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There will also be energy changes, maybe a shifting of the poles.
However when the new life comes into being all that will be
forgotten by the Mother. There must always be destruction of the old
to bring forth the new. Young life feeds off old life, that is the way of
the circle of life.
Afterwards comes a time of healing. The Mother and new child are
cleaned and cared for. All rests easy. They young one grows from day
to day. That is when the secret places will be opened. And the
ancient wisdom renewed for the benefit of all. The Star People will
return to our Mother and the times will be as in the long distant
past. There will be celebrations in abundance throughout the
universe. Choose not to harm, our mother is carrying us all. However
one day she will shake herself and lessen this load. Many will not
survive the changes. Be a helper. Do what you can to ease our
mother's labour. It is fine to feel and share her pain. But you will also
find ways to heal her wounds.

Ophiuchus, The 13th Zodiac Sign


The constellation Ophiuchus is Greek for serpent-bearer and is depicted as a man grasping a snake, represented by
the nearby constellation of Serpens. Ophiuchus is the 13th zodiac constellation and takes up around 19 degrees
worth of the ecliptic between Scorpius and Sagittarius.
Despite the fact that between November 30 to December 17, the Sun spends around nineteen days of the year in
Ophiuchus, astrologers havent formerly accepted the constellation in the wheel of zodiacal signs. A possible
explanation for his omission is that the idea of 12 zodiac signs ruling over 12 months was much more appealing for
early astrologers. When the zodiacal signs were introduced over 2,000 years ago, the full 360 degrees around the
sky was divided up neatly into 12 equal parts of 30 degrees width each, which astrologers still use today.
Ophiuchus contains a number of notable stars, five of which have known planets. The brightest star in Ophiuchus is
called Rasalhague (2.08 magnitude), while Barnards Star at six light-years distant, is the 4th nearest star to our
ownsolar systemwith only the Alpha Centauri binary star system and Proxima Centauri lying closer. The well
documented supernova explosion of 1604 was observed by Johannes Kepler in the constellation of Ophiuchus, and
was later used by Galileo to counter the Aristotelian dogma of the changeless nature of the heavens.

The Mythology
The 13th constellation on the zodiac belt Ophiuchus, honours the ancient medical
healer known by the Ancient Greeks as Aesclepius and Egyptians as Imhotep.
Aesclepius was the son of Apollo and the mortal princess Coronis, and was raised
and mentored by the centaur Chiron, who instructed him in the art of medicine.
Aesclepius later became famous as a medicine man with miraculous healing
abilities, and was given by Athena a magic potion made from the blood of the
snake-haired Gorgon. However, Aesclepius offended Zeus by using the potion to
raise the dead for money and upsetting the natural order of the universe. He was
subsequently killed by a thunderbolt from Zeus who later acknowledged the good
Asclepius had achieved in his life, and so placed him among the stars as the
constellation Ophiuchus.
Today, the symbol for the field of medicine is depicted by Aesclepius snakeentwined staff although a staff with two snakes known as a caduceus, is
sometimes mistakenly used instead. The origin of the ancient serpent and rod
symbol probably relates to the practice used at the time by physicians, for curing
infection by guinea worm, or Dracunculus medinensis. The filarial worm would
crawl around under the skin of the victims body, but could be removed by the
physician cutting a slit in its path and then carefully winding the worm around a

stick until the pest had been removed. It is believed that a sign with the worm on a stick is how physicians advertised
their services at the time. Ophiophobia is the name used to describe the fear of snakes or other reptiles.