Ellie Miser is currently in hospital with internal bleeding.
Prior to going in she wrote that she was hit with a knot in her stomach last night: “I felt as if I were being pulled apart at the cellular level.” She says: “I thought SURE I was going to get clone #2 last night but I think the ‘grand finale’ and ‘final curtain’ are so close I won’t need it.”
Ellie is, I believe, at least 80 and has lived in a cloned body since last November. She told me that cloned bodies in the Third Dimension have a lifespan of only a few months and it has been up in the air whether she would cycle into a second cloned body or return to the Pleiadian ships and join her mate, Plen. She now believes that there will be no second clone.
For those readers who don’t know her, Ellie is a Pleiadian starseed whose partner, Plenenitar, is on board the Pleiaidan ships cloaked above us. Her father Haitan is what we would normally consider a royal figure, but in Fifth-Dimensional Pleiadian society such a figure is more like a counsellor than a ruler.
Ellie’s purpose in being here was to assist those Pleiadians who had no experience of terrestrials to understand our society and its ways. I’ve told this story before but when I first joined her email list in 2008 I couldn’t figure out what she was about. She was continually sending along things which reflected the fads and foibles of Earth people, mixed in with material on the galactics.
It wasn’t until years later that she explained her mission, which was to report on us. And so all the jokes and stories of the Darwin Awards and funny photos that she was sending along were in effect her reports back home on what made terrestrials tick. Once I saw that she was the equivalent of a Pleiadian anthropologist who had “gone native,” the intent of her posts was clear and I sat back and enjoyed them.
Ellie’s husband would momentarily enter the body of a cabbie or a grocery clerk and wink at her. She could converse with him through a psychic who lived nearby (whom I only recently discovered I already knew. In fact he designed our banner here).
We had over the years become very close and though I know she will be back in her Fifth-Dimensional body, which is in stasis on the ships, and be a young woman again after a long spell in an aging body, and though I know she’ll be happily reunited with her mate, Father and Mother, I’ll sorely miss her.
Ellie chose in this lifetime to live in voluntary simplicity, relying on God for her needs. I know that she would want me to thank the many friends she made among readers who assisted her from time to time with her modest lifestyle. I don’t need her to tell me that she would want me to convey to you her heartfelt thanks for the care you took of her in this last year of her life, in the event that it is her “grand finale.” (And I’m sorry to say that I think it probably will prove to be.) She considers readers here her family. I’m bracing myself for news I don’t want to hear.