The Unbelievable Story of the Secret Society Set Up by a London Cab Driver After Extraterrestrial Experience

Article by Ellie McKinnell                               May 13, 2020                             (mylondon.news)

• In the early 1950s, taxi driver George King would sit in his cab at Caxton Hall in the Westminster section of London and psychically channel and record messages from ‘Cosmic Masters’. After practicing yoga extensively, King developed psychic powers of his own. In 1954, a voice told him he was to be the Earthly representative of an inter-planetary parliament.

• A week after this experience, a world famous yoga master passed through a locked door into King’s West London apartment and instructed him to form a group dedicated to helping the planet. The swami went on to teach him yoga, prayer, and meditation which enabled him to receive telepathic messages from ‘Aetherius’ beings on Venus. Based on his experiences and these messages, King founded The Aetherius Society. Today, Aetherius Society members number in the thousands with 58 churches worldwide. The majority of those churches are in the UK, with the headquarters in Fulham, in Southwest London.

• The Aetherius Society believes Jesus was an extraterrestrial being from the planet Venus, and that all of the various religious leaders have come to Earth from different planets to teach mankind the proper way of living. These extraterrestrial religious leaders operate on a different “frequency of vibration” from humans on Earth, which is why we are unable to see them or their civilizations on other planets, and why reports of UFO sightings often include details of the spacecraft blinking in and out of view.

• The society predicts the coming of the next ‘Master’ from space once Earth humans have spiritually advanced themselves and balanced their collective karma. A key teaching is that humanity has an immensely promising future if they choose the ‘right’ way of living. This Master will arrive in a spacecraft with great power, and present his credentials to the leaders of Earth. Those who continue to engage in war will be removed from the Earth, to be reborn on another planet where they will continue their spiritual progress; while those who understand the spiritual law will remain on Earth to enjoy the new millennium.

 

On a quiet street in Westminster sits a Grade II listed, red brick townhouse that most people walking past would expect to be home to a high end

             George King

business.

However, Caxton Hall is actually the place where a London taxi driver sat and channelled Cosmic Masters, recording their messages. Based on his experiences and these messages, he founded The Aetherius Society.

George King, after practising yoga so much he developed psychic powers, claimed that in 1954 a voice told him he was to be the earthly representative of an inter-planetary parliament.

A week after this experience a supposedly world famous yoga master managed to get in to George’s Maida Vale apartment, passing through the locked door, and instructed him to form a group dedicated to helping the planet.

The swami went on to teach him yoga, prayer, and meditation, training which enabled him to receive telepathic messages from Venus, the first coming from Aetherius.

The Aetherius Society believes Jesus was an extraterrestrial being from the planet Venus, and more generally that all the various religious leaders each come from a different planet and have come to earth to teach mankind the right way of living.

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Pentagon UFO Videos Marking Return of Biblical Extraterrestrials

Article by Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz                              May 3, 2020                            (breakingisraelnews.com)

• The Pentagon recently released and confirmed the three unidentified aerial phenomenon videos taken by US Navy fighter jets in 2005 and in 2015 of wingless aircraft traveling at hypersonic speeds with no visible means of propulsion. One Navy pilot, Retired Cmdr. David Fravor told ABC News, “I can tell you, I think it was not from this world.” “I have never seen anything in my life, in my history of flying that has the performance, the acceleration — keep in mind this thing had no wings.”

• Unidentified aircraft with ‘other-worldly’ technology should not come as a surprise to Biblical scholars familiar with Jewish tradition. The appearance of ‘aliens’ may be a harbinger to the coming of the Messiah.

• The sixth chapter of Genesis describes interactions between strange creatures called ‘Nephilim’ (literally ‘the fallen’) and men. “It was then, and later too, that the Nephilim appeared on earth—when the divine beings cohabited with the daughters of men, who bore them offspring. They were the heroes of old, the men of renown.” Genesis 6:4

• In the pre-flood era of Noah, the Bible says that the “Sons of Elohim” cohabited with the daughters of men, and God immediately decided to limit man’s lifespan to one-hundred and twenty years. The offspring of these unions were called ‘Nephillim’.

• The nephillim are mentioned again in the Book of Numbers as some of the giant residents of Israel present after the Exodus. “We saw the Nephilim there—the ‘Anakites’ are part of the Nephilim—and we looked like grasshoppers to ourselves, and so we must have looked to them.” Numbers 13:33

• Some Biblical scholars also point to Judges as proof of extraterrestrials. “The stars fought from heaven, From their courses they fought against Sisera… “Curse Meroz!” said the angel of Hashem. “Bitterly curse its inhabitants, Because they came not to the aid of Hashem, To the aid of Hashem among the warriors.” Judges 5:20-23 According to the Talmud, Meroz is a certain planet in the stellar sphere whose inhabitants were cursed for refusing to do God’s will.

• The Talmud (Sanhedrin 97a) describes how the ‘nephillim’ will return as a part of the Messianic process. In the Talmud, Rabbi Yitzchak asks Rabbi Nachman, “Do you know when Bar Naphli (the son of the fallen Nephilim) will come?” Rav Nachman replies, “It is Messiah”. In the language of the Talmud, ‘Naphli’ means “giant”. This is based on a verse from Amos which connects ‘nophelet’ (the fallen) with the return of the House of David. So “Bar Naphli” refers to specific ‘giants’ who are connected with the coming of the Messiah.

 

The Pentagon released three videos taken from U.S. Navy fighter jets, confirming the videos showed “unexplained aerial phenomenon”, seeming to admit for the first time that the Earth has been visited by alien species with advanced technology. This should not come as a surprise to Biblical scholars and according to Jewish tradition, the appearance of aliens may be a harbinger to the Messiah.

VIDEOS OF WINGLESS AIRCRAFT AT HYPERSONIC SPEEDS

Last Monday, Susan Gough, a Defense Department spokesperson, released a statement confirming that the videos, which had appeared on the internet, were authentic. The footage seems to show wingless aircraft traveling at hypersonic speeds with no visible means of propulsion.

The official confirmation was intended “to clear up any misconceptions by the public on whether or not the footage that has been circulating was real or whether or not there is more to the videos.”

“The aerial phenomena observed in the videos remain characterized as ‘unidentified’”, the statement said. The Department of Defense has authorized the release of three unclassified Navy videos. One video taken in November 2004 and another in January 2015 were recorded by F/A-18 Hornet fighter pilots during military training exercises in restricted airspace. Another was also recorded in January 2015. The videos have been circulating in the public domain after unauthorized releases in 2007 and 2017.

“After a thorough review, the department has determined that the authorized release of these unclassified videos does not reveal any sensitive capabilities or systems, and does not impinge on any subsequent investigations of military air space incursions by unidentified aerial phenomena.”

Two of the videos were included in a December 2017 New York Times article that explained how the U.S. government ran a program for investigating reports of unidentified flying objects until 2012. The third video was released in March 2018 by To the Stars Academy of Arts and Science, a private scientific research and media group.

PILOTS REACT

Retired Cmdr. David Fravor spoke to ABC News in 2017 about the video he filmed during a routine training flight approximately 100 miles out over the Pacific, in November 2004.

“I can tell you, I think it was not from this world,” Fravor said to ABC. “I’m not crazy, haven’t been drinking. It was — after 18 years of flying, I’ve seen pretty much about everything that I can see in that realm, and this was nothing close.”

“I have never seen anything in my life, in my history of flying that has the performance, the acceleration — keep in mind this thing had no wings.”
Navy pilot Lt. Danny Accoin said in the 2019 History Channel documentary series Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation that unlike fighter jets, the airborne objects in the videos had “no distinct wing, no distinct tail, no distinct exhaust plume.”

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Brazilian Mystics Sent by Aliens to ‘Jump-Start Human Evolution’ For a More Just Society

Article by Kelly E. Hayes                       April 29, 2020                       (theconversation.com)

• Adherents to the religious organization known as the ‘Valley of the Dawn’, who are called the ‘Jaguars’, believe they are the reincarnated descendants of highly advanced extraterrestrials sent by God 32,000 years ago to jump-start human evolution. Valley of the Dawn members “manipulate” cosmic energies to heal themselves and others.

• Every May 1st before sunrise, several thousand Valley of the Dawn Jaguars come from around the world to gather in silence at a temple outside the Brazilian capital of Brasília to “synchronize their spiritual energies.” Attired in fairy-tale-like garments, the members perform a ritual chant that fills the air with a collective drone to invoke cosmic forces. This year, the ceremony was postponed due to the coronavirus – dismaying Valley of the Dawn members who believe their spiritual force-field could really help in this global crisis.

• Valley of the Dawn is a recognized religion in Brazil with over 700 affiliated temples worldwide and nearly 139,000 registered members. According to Valley of the Dawn doctrine, the Jaguars have inspired some of humanity’s greatest achievements, including the great pyramids of ancient Egypt and Mesoamerica. Their spiritual tribe was reunited in Brazil in 1964 by a woman called Aunt Neiva, who foresaw the world as we know ending within decades.

• To redeem their bad karma, Valley of the Dawn members offer spirit-healing to the public at the Mother Temple, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. In Brazil, such healing is widely accepted. Each month, thousands of Brazilians who have had unsuccessful experiences with Western medicine and other religions visit the Valley of the Dawn to remove negative spiritual influences and channel healing forces. Rejecting capitalist values, members refuse to work for money. Healings are offered freely as an expression of unconditional love.

• With the passing of its founder, Aunt Neiva, in 1985, The Valley of the Dawn has grown steadily, spreading from Brazil to Portugal, the United States and England. Some dismiss it as a cult. But to others, it offers a more progressive, egalitarian version of modernity. In Brazil, and across much of the West, the promise that modernity would bring higher living standards, greater personal freedoms and a more just society remains largely unfulfilled. Instead, the advancements of the modern age has only benefitted the rich and powerful. The majority are increasingly isolated and lonely. The Valley of the Dawn offers a collective life that members find gratifying. They are free to join or leave the Valley of the Dawn at any time, and the community provides food and housing for Jaguars who cannot afford training.

• The Valley of the Dawn has its own educational system premised on merit, not privilege. It offers free “courses” on personal development, moral conduct and mediumship taught by trained instructors. Educational advancement earns members a title, like “Master” or “Commander,” and the right to wear specific clothing, participate in new rituals and take on leadership duties.

• In the Valley of the Dawn, justice means reconciliation for past harms – not punishment and incarceration. According to Valley of the Dawn doctrine, much human suffering and wrongdoing is the work of spirits – usually a family member or friend who was harmed by a Jaguar in a past life and is now ‘collecting a debt’. When this spirit attaches itself to its living “debtor”, it results in depression or aggression. A Jaguar will spend a week gathering signatures from fellow Valley members who wish them positive energy to pay off their spiritual debt. The week-long ‘prison ritual’ culminates in a courtroom ‘trial’ where the channeled afflicted spirit explains the wrongdoing that caused the karmic debt. After the prisoner expresses regret, balance is restored and the Jaguar is released from the spiritual debt.

• By all indications, members find real meaning in the Valley of the Dawn’s egalitarian work, education and legal systems, all structured on the principles of equality and justice. Despite their mystical nature, the social practices of the Valley of the Dawn is a reaction to the very real deficiencies of modern secular society – with some flamboyant costuming on the side.

 

Every May 1, before sunrise, several thousand members of the religion known as the Valley of the Dawn gather in silence at a temple outside the Brazilian capital of Brasília. They come from around the world to “synchronize their spiritual energies.”

As the Sun’s first rays appear over the horizon, the members, in fairy-tale-like garments, chant their personal “emissions” – a ritual invocation of cosmic forces that fills the air with a collective drone.

Valley of the Dawn adherents “manipulate” cosmic energies to heal themselves and others. They describe themselves as members of a spiritual tribe called the Jaguars, who are the reincarnated descendants of highly advanced extraterrestrials sent by God some 32,000 years ago to jump-start human evolution.

Normally, the May 1 Day of the Indoctrinator ceremony attracts Jaguars from across the globe, as well as spectators and journalists.

This year, the ceremony has been postponed because of the coronavirus – dismaying Valley of the Dawn members, who believe their spiritual force field could really help in this global crisis.

The Valley of the Dawn’s beliefs are fantastical, but their practices may be less otherworldly than bemused journalists have often suggested. My scholarship on Brazilian religions and research at the Valley of the Dawn finds that some of the group’s rituals speak directly to the harsh realities of the modern world.

Jaguars past and present

Valley of the Dawn, called Vale do Amanhecer in Portuguese, is a recognized religion in Brazil. It has over 700 affiliated temples worldwide and nearly 139,000 registered members.

According to Valley of the Dawn doctrine, the Jaguars inspired some of humanity’s greatest achievements, including the great pyramids of ancient Egypt and Mesoamerica, before eventually straying from their mission.

Their spiritual tribe was reunited in Brazil in 1964 by a woman called Aunt Neiva, who foresaw the world as we know it ending within decades.

My research indicates that Valley of the Dawn members are mostly middle- and working-class Brazilians, of all races. Many live in the town that has grown up around the Mother Temple; others travel there for ceremonies.

To redeem the bad karma they believe they have accrued over the millennia, Valley of the Dawn members perform spirit-healing rituals called “trabalhos,” or works. These are offered to the public at the Mother Temple nearly 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

In Brazil, which has hundreds of spirit-based religions, such healing is widely accepted.

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