This week will mark a slight departure from our usual format. A guest who would generally be considered non-celestial and non-galactic has apparently expressed a desire to communicate some information.
The channel for the Council of Love, Linda Dillon had indicated previously that this type of channelling is not what she considers ‘normal’ for her. Several weeks ago, AHWAA welcomed back to the show Serenia, a galactic entity working as a science officer currently working on board one of the ships around Gaia at this time. A number of listeners commented on this show with Serenia, indicating that they would like to hear more.
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Linda Dillon has apparently also been receiving messages from either the Council of Love or specific entities in the form of science equations and/or formulas. This has been very different for her. This entity may be able to help. Linda has indicated that both Serenia and another formerly Earth-bound entity would like to share some information for this week’s show. The Earth-bound entity is Albert Einstein.
Although Einstein was arguably considered ahead his time during his incarnation, he has indicated a desire to Linda to share a message and information relating to clarifying aspects of his incompleted mission. Included in this will be some elaboration into the expansion of his theory of relativity which he now knows is incomplete from his higher perspective now. Geoffrey West will be hosting this program, and even he is unsure exactly what will happen during the show.
He is the first to admit that he is not a ‘science whiz’, and admits that it is hard enough to ask science-related questions when it is related to the 3rd dimension, let alone anything relating to science from dimensions of which we have no conscious knowledge or memory. Join Geoffrey, Linda, The Council of Love, Serenia and our guest Albert Einstein for what may very well be a ‘mind-numbing’, if not mind-blowing exploration of science beyond the known and into the unknown.