Over the past week or so, The 2012 Scenario editorial team has been discussing an idea that arose out of a conversation Steve Beckow had with fellow editor Andrew Eardley.
The end result is that we thought it would be interesting to invite all of you who’d like to tell your personal “awakening” story” to write in and share it with the rest of the site’s readers.
Many of us have a personal story as to how we have ‘awakened’ in this lifetime. Yours may help other readers understand or recall what they have experienced themselves; or maybe theirs will help you – whether it is amazingly unique; or coincidentally similar.
This is a special journey we are all taking together at this incredible time; the more we can reach out to one another the better. So, if you are up to sharing your story with all of us, I’m sure we’d all love to read it!
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And so, drum roll…to our first Awakening Story!
Andrew Eardley has kindly agreed to start the ball rolling and share how he began to ‘awaken’ during the beginning of 2011.
Andrew lives in the UK in the town of Harpenden in the County of Hertfordshire, about 25 miles north of London, with his partner of nearly 18 years, Judith. A former physician, he retired from medical practice a couple of years ago and will be turning 70 later this year. Like many of us, Andrew’s ‘awakening’ includes some significant, earlier, life-changing moments: one, when he was a teenager sitting at a railway station in England; and another, an inexplicable three-night phenomenon he captured on film while living in Germany in 2007… Enjoy.
I have always instinctively been aware of life in the galaxy/universe and of reincarnation.
From an early age, it seemed to me to be incomprehensible that with millions of stars in our own galaxy and many other galaxies in the universe (info from the 1960’s) this little planet alone harboured life.
Nowadays, with more accurate figures confirming that there are at least 100 billion stars in our galaxy (some sources put it at 200 billion or more) and with at least 100 billion galaxies in this universe – and mainstream ‘science’ acknowledging that there are many other universes (also confirmed by Galactic and Celestial sources) – it is inconceivable to me that every galaxy is not teeming with life.
Michio Kaku, Professor of Theoretical Physics at New York State University and co-founder of String Theory, once stated that, given the above figures in relation to the Milky Way galaxy, anyone who thought that Earth was the only planet in our galaxy to sustain life must be extremely arrogant. Personally, I would amend that statement that such a person must be extremely arrogant – or extremely stupid – or both!
My first sighting of an ET craft took place in my late teens in the early 1960s when I was on a vacation with my parents, sister and younger brother in the Lake District in Cumbria, north-west England.
I have always had a passion for steam railways (I am old enough to recall them being in regular service in the 1950’s when I was packed off to boarding school by steam train) and on this particular day we visited the Ravenglass and Eskdale narrow-gauge steam railway. The station is situated some way above sea level and there was a good view north-west over the coastal area below, including the Windscale nuclear facility (near Seascale). I remember it was a fine day, with a blustery wind and a mix of blue sky and cumulus clouds.
We had about half an hour to wait for the next train departure and I had a pair of Japanese 8 x 40 binoculars with me. I was scanning the view from the station when I became aware of an unusual craft, stationary directly above the Windscale nuclear plant.
It was at some 5000 to 8000 ft altitude, silver-gray metallic in appearance, seemed ‘cigar-shaped’ and had no wings, tailplane, rotors or propellers or any sign of ‘engine pods’. I would estimate its size to have been somewhere between 30 and 60 feet in length. Even though the wind was coming from its direction it was silent and, despite the wind, it remained absolutely stationary, directly over the nuclear plant. It had no navigation lights as such, but did periodically exhibit what appeared like strobing coloured lights along the side of the craft.
I pointed it out to my mother who had taken us to the railway and she casually remarked – if I remember correctly – that “it must be a UFO”!
It was still clearly visible in the same spot as we departed the station on the train about half an hour later.
Then, in August 2007, I witnessed an unusual sight on three separate nights. This was also inexplicable and, in my opinion, could only have been of ‘extraterrestrial’ origin…
I was living in Gütersloh, Germany in an apartment on the south side of the town, from March 2005 to March 2010, while I was working as a civilian medical practitioner at a UK Army base located about 3 km to the north-west of the town. Gütersloh’s main ‘claim to fame’ is that it is ‘Miele town’ – the headquarters of the Miele domestic appliance company, which has a massive industrial manufacturing complex on the outskirts of the town, to the north-east.
My apartment was located a couple of kilometres to the south of the town centre. My bedroom was on the first floor of the apartment block and had a view to the north, towards the town centre.
At night, one could always see a ‘glow’ in the sky due to the streetlights in the town centre area; more obvious if there was low cloud to reflect back the streetlight.
The night of Tuesday 21st/Wednesday 22nd August 2007 was stormy, wild, wet and windy. At about 3:00 am, I got out of bed to close the bedroom window as the wind was billowing in the curtains and blowing rain in on the window ledge.
As I was closing the window, I became aware of something not only unusual but – the more I looked at it and thought about it – quite inexplicable. I could clearly see, about 500 metres or so to the north, what appeared to be a ‘dark beam’.
So, imagine for a moment, seeing a searchlight beam directed up in to the sky from the ground – but in this case it wasn’t a beam of light but a beam of ‘darkness’!
As far as I was – and still am – aware, there is no such thing as a ‘dark beam. It remained clearly visible, unmoving and unchanging. I was so intrigued, that I didn’t go back to sleep that night and, instead, observed it with my Leica binoculars on and off for the rest of the night. It only disappeared, gradually, as dawn broke and the sky began to lighten.
Observing it, I realised that this dark beam was only actually visible because it had the strange property of absorbing light passing laterally through the energy beam – this light being from the glow in the sky of Gütersloh’s street lighting system as mentioned above.
No electromagnetic energy beam that I am aware of will attenuate/absorb light passing laterally through the beam. After mulling it over, I realised that certain other forms of energy beam could perhaps attenuate/absorb visible light passing through the beam, but that it would have to be an ‘exotic’ form of energy, such as a particle beam or strong gravity beam.
Such forms of energy, perhaps, exist in places like Area 51 or the Livermore physics laboratories – but surely they would have no place in a suburban area of a town such as Gütersloh!
On inspecting the beam closely with my Leicas, I also became aware that it actually had an ‘annular’ construct – i.e. if one could imagine a cross-section across the beam it would appear annular, rather like a doughnut. This was apparent because the edges of the beam were darker than the centre.
I did look out again the following night but nothing unusual was visible.
The next night, Thursday 23rd/Friday 24th August 2007, I awoke around midnight and got out of bed to look outside. And there was the dark beam again exactly as before and in the same place. It was a calm and dry night but overcast, and the streetlight glow was clear to the north with the dark beam starkly outlined against it.
I was fully awake by now and dug out my camera, a Canon EOS 10D digital SLR. I set it up in the bedroom on a tripod for stability and opened the window wide for an unobstructed view. I took a series of time exposures varying from 1 second to three minutes. The one, two and three minute exposures yielded acceptable results which I downloaded to my computer.
At work later that day, one of my patients was the Base Met Officer. I showed him the pictures on my laptop. “Oh yes” he said “it’s clearly a tornado weather phenomenon”.
However, when I explained that I had observed it stationary and unchanging for three hours on the first occasion and for six hours the second time he had to agree that he was baffled and had no explanation.
It was not present the next night, 24th/25th. But on the evening of Saturday 25th August it appeared for the third time. This time it was a fine clear evening and at about 9:00 pm, was just beginning to get dark. I went into my bedroom to take a look on the off-chance that the phenomenon might appear, and was surprised to see that it was just visible.
As darkness fell over the next half hour or so, it became more visibly obvious. This time it was also observed clearly by a couple of fellow apartment residents who had visited me at the time. It remained visible all night and only faded away as dawn came and the sky got light.
It never ‘switched off’ and, on each of the three nights it appeared, it gradually faded out with the increasing light after dawn.
I never saw it again – though I frequently looked out for it until I left the area in 2010.
One factor that I worked out from my observations of this dark beam was that, although it looked like a dark energy beam directed up from the ground, it was more likely to have been originating from emitters around the rim of a circular craft in the sky and being beamed down towards the ground – hence the annular construct of the beam. There was no sign of any visible craft at any time and this would suggest to me, with what I now know, that it was ‘cloaked’.
Following on from these sightings, I began to trawl the internet for anything that might explain it, but with no success. However, it did trigger off my interest in researching ET matters and I learned a lot about Area 51, DUMB’s, suppressed technology obtained from the ‘Greys’, Project Looking Glass, Project Solar Warden, the reality of Stargates and other related matters.
It was not until I retired in 2010, that I really had time to do more intensive internet research and get into matters concerning Disclosure, the Galactic Federation of Light, Ascension and the Dark Cabal etc.
Over a period of a few short months I bought and read all the Matthew Ward books and a couple of Sheldan Nidle’s books, Your First Contact and Your Galactic Neighbours.
In early 2011, I discovered David Icke’s website. After reading a number of posts – especially those about shape-shifting reptilians and the involvement of many prominent persons in satanic sacrificial ceremonies – I came to the conclusion that, perhaps, he was not of sound mind!
It was not until about three months later when I read a post by Steve Beckow on the 2012 Scenario, originally dated June 2010, where he issued a public apology to David Icke for having held much the same opinion as I had originally formed, that I went back to David’s website and got into it in more detail.
By then, my knowledge of the Illuminati/Dark Cabal and their horrific agenda for the planet and the human race had increased considerably and David Icke was making a lot more sense! I have since been a regular follower of his website and read a number of his books.
I also discovered David Wilcock’s website last year and read his new book, The Source Field Investigations, when it was released in August last.
The fact is that, at the age of 69 ½ years, I have spent 68 of those years ‘asleep’ before awakening to the real world and to the reality of Galactic/Celestial matters and the forthcoming 2012 Ascension.
Having spent 44 years of my life working in the medical profession, I have to say that I am heartily glad that I retired some months before awakening and becoming ‘enlightened’.
Why? Because I’ve been appalled, shocked and deeply saddened to discover the depth of complicity by the medical profession (upper echelons at any rate) and the pharmaceutical industry in causing and aggravating disease and ill-health in the global population with the intention of reducing said population.
I am at least thankful that my own medical career was truly devoted to the service of others and to caring about my patients, which perhaps explains why I frequently had difficulty working with colleagues and authority over those 44 years, some of whose agendas were probably very different to my own.
In recent months, I have regularly sighted GFL scout craft passing over our home area here in Harpenden; the last time being on three consecutive evenings a few weeks ago in mid-April.
Our house is located about five miles due south of Luton airport and we have commercial aircraft passing over at various altitudes all day long. If the skies are clear, I would expect to see anything from 2-3 to 8-10 aircraft visible in the sky at any time of the day or evening.
Those planes en-route to and from Luton follow a regular flight path, passing over or near Harpenden, typically at about 5000 to 8000 ft altitude, and are clearly visible with the naked eye and clearly audible. Additionally, there are many other aircraft at greater altitude on regular flight paths to/from Europe – usually accompanied by contrails indicating altitudes over 30,000 ft. Even these are clearly visible with the naked eye and are usually audible.
Those inbound or outbound from Luton often have their landing lights on, clearly visible, usually as a pair of ‘headlights’ in the aircraft nose or under the fuselage – though only visible when the aircraft is coming towards our location for obvious reasons. Red port and green starboard navigation lights are also easily visible when it is dark, as are flashing strobe anti-collision lights.
What I’ve seen, on a number of occasions since I started looking last summer, are bright lights (appearing larger and brighter than Venus which is clearly visible to the west on any clear evening) slowly tracking across the sky at roughly 5000 to 8000 ft altitude, often slightly varying in speed and direction.
These craft have no visible wings or tailplane; no navigation or anti-collision lights; are absolutely silent; and the bright ‘light orb’ remains clearly visible no matter which direction the craft is heading – including, significantly, when it has passed us and is heading away. Additionally, on many occasions, these craft have just ‘blinked off’ and disappeared from view, without any nearby clouds to obscure them. Observing these craft with my binoculars shows absolutely no indication that they are any form of conventional aircraft.
During the last sightings in April, when one appeared in the early evening, three days running, I showed them to my partner Judith and explained the difference between them and aircraft. However, she still remains unconvinced as she is of the opinion that the whole 2012 and Galactic Federation scenario is complete rubbish. We remain good-natured and make a joke about it, but I suspect that she will not ‘awaken’ until our Galactic Family actually land some of their scout craft on Harpenden Common!
Since my initial awakening early last year I have also increasingly felt that I am probably a ‘Starseed’. I had never previously come across this expression, but reading about the subject, together with the experiences of others, and some of the signs and indications that an individual might be a Starseed, led me to believe that this might be the case.
One of my earliest memories as a small child, perhaps about the age of 3, was of being intensely frustrated by my inability to manifest what I wanted – I felt that it should be perfectly natural to produce items out of ‘thin air’!
Later, at about 9 years of age, I went through a phase lasting over a year when I felt that the world around me was an illusion – I had the feeling that if I exited a room or turned my back on a scene that it would cease to exist. At that time (1951/1952), laser holograms were not known about (at least, not to the general public). But looking back on it with present-day knowledge, I would have suspected that the world around me was all a holographic illusion.
I never mentioned this to anyone at the time – or since – as I felt I would have been ridiculed, but I have read of others’ similar experiences. I have always been something of a ‘loner’ and a ‘misfit’ in many ways and, as mentioned earlier, reincarnation and the existence of life throughout the galaxy and the universe is, and always has been, completely natural and logical to me.
I have an overall sense that I ‘don’t belong’ here and am in this incarnation for a specific purpose – which I now realise was to awaken when programmed and to be of assistance in some way with the Ascension process.
I have an intense longing to ‘go home’, wherever in the galaxy that might be! However, I resonate strongly with the Pleiades and also feel an identification with starships which, in this lifetime, has quite possibly manifested as an attraction to seagoing ships. I served at sea with the Navy on HMS Ark Royal for a couple of years in the early 1970’s, then the fleet’s largest vessel, and subsequently in the 1990’s as Principal Medical Officer on the Cunard Line’s flagship RMS QE2. Both perhaps the nearest vessels the UK had to ‘motherships’!
Like most Lightworkers, I look eagerly forward to the Event of the mass arrests and – once the Dark Cabal are safely and securely removed from further influence – to the financial reforms, Disclosure, Contact, release of advanced technology, planetary cleansing and the general run-up to our beloved Gaia’s Ascension in December of this year.
Along with these expectations, I hope that with the return to ‘full consciousness’ and the lifting of the ‘veil of forgetfulness’ I will remember who I really am and where I come from.
Now it’s over to all of you. If you wish to take Andrew’s lead, simply post your story as Comment below.