(Continued from Part 2.)
Sierra Roberts in New Zealand has interviewed GAoG editor Andrew Eardley in Great Britain on Andrew’s background as Commander of the science and exploration Starship Pi.
Archangel Michael has verified to me that Andrew is in fact a Commander and Andrew has been brave enough to come forward and discuss what he’s discovered through AAM’s further revelations and his own spiritual explorations and understandings.
Sierra Roberts: Now Andrew you and I both have regular sightings of scout ships. I’m pretty sure that’s what I see. I thought it would be a great opportunity to describe a little of what I often see here in New Zealand…
At night here in my little home town it’s usually clear weather and dark skies at night. I regularly see flashes of brilliant white light coming from space. The hardest part about these sightings is describing the distance so that people can understand – is it airplane height, satellite height or star distance?
The flashes of white light are about the height of a large jetliner that would go between continents. These big jets don’t fly over my house. It’s about that level and it’s a flash of brilliant white light. Sometimes it will signal – I sense it’s a signal.
The light feels connected to a loving energy and it’s not just a random flash of light. There is purpose to it. It’s there to reassure and confirm that, “Yes, indeed, we are here to watch over you and help you”. So that’s one thing I see is a flash of white light.
I also see golden orbs that move across the sky, sometimes slowly, sometimes very fast. They are lower than a satellite but higher than a plane. What they do is slip in and out of dimensions. I love watching them because it’s so smooth, the way they disappear. I see the orbs fairly regularly.
My best friend lives in Wellington and she had an astonishing sighting a couple of years ago. Wellington is the capital city of New Zealand (our leader is one who might need some love and light) and she saw this huge grey ship quite clearly over the city. It was oval-shaped, a massive ship, and it did several circuits over the city area. So we have had these experiences here…
I know that you shared with me you have seen a scout ship, possibly from your own Starship Pi, over your own home Andrew. Is that right?
Andrew Eardley: Yes, I first began to see this in late 2011 and quite often in the early evening I might just be looking out of the window of the house or perhaps gone out the back door and looking. It would always appear to the west.
Quite often if it was a starlit night it would appear more are less where my own home, the Pleiadian star constellation, is and it would appear just as a bright disc of light, totally silent. It would always move across the sky at, I would estimate at about 8,000 to 10,000 feet altitude, from west to east.
Then it would either just disappear, blink off or it might change colour to a reddish tinge and then fade out. In fact, at one stage it was so regular at about 7:10 p.m. that I named it the “7:10 Lightship”. This was over the house where I lived formerly in Harpenden, which is about 25 miles north of London.
Harpenden is about 4 miles south of Luton Airport which is one of the main London airports and at any time of the day or night you will be able to see three or four aircraft in the sky at around the same sort of height, 8,000 to 10,000 ft, in the circuit either from takeoff or coming in for landing.
So I’m very familiar with what an aircraft looks like with its anti-collision lights, its navigation lights, the red port green starboard etc. and of course with a decent pair of binoculars even at night you can make out the fuselage, the wings, the tail plane.
But looking at the Lightship, it would always be just a perfectly circular disc of light, no sound unlike the aircraft, no fuselage parts visible as with an aircraft, no anti-collision beacons, no navigation lights so no doubt at all as to what it was.
Sierra: I agree with you. There’s a small aviation college in the town where I live so there’s a lot of night aircraft traffic above my house. As you say, it’s very clear when it’s a plane. They’re much lower in the sky, have flashing navigation lights, and of course are noisy.
There is never any noise with the Starships. It is completely quiet in my neighbourhood at night so the sound of a plane echoes across the whole sky.
That is the biggest difference between planes and Starships – the lack of sound. And the shape, of course. As you say, the ones I see are also perfectly round and clearly don’t have wings.
Andrew: In fact, the last time I saw it would have been probably early 2013. When I was out in Sedona in October 2012 for the 2012 Scenario conference, I saw what I think was almost certainly the same Lightship at the end of the three-day conference.
I stayed on in Sedona a few more days. About the end of the conference at 7 p.m. on Sunday, the third day, I came out and I was standing just outside the conference hall and it was dark.
I suddenly saw the Lightship coming from the west to the east and it crossed right over at exactly the same sort of altitude and in the same manner that I had seen them so often come over the home in Harpenden.
So the following evening (although the conference had finished I was still staying on for a few days), I came out about 6:55 and sat on the back of a parked golf cart and looked. Sure enough, exactly the same time 7 p.m. on the dot, this Lightship appeared and started to track across from west to east.
At that stage I sent a mental greeting to these guys and instantly it did a ‘power-up’ – I think that’s the expression. It flared several times brighter and appeared larger in size for a couple of seconds and then the light went back to its normal level and the craft continued west to east. So it was a nice sighting.
Sierra: That’s fabulous. I don’t know if you see ‘rainbow’ Starships, Andrew. They are slightly different. I went to the 2013 conference with Linda Dillon at Joshua Tree and she talked about the rainbow Starships.
I had already been seeing them and I wasn’t sure what they were until the conference. We saw rainbow Starships during the conference – the sky is so clear in the desert. I also asked our Galactic friends to send a flash of white light because no one at the conference had seen one. They obliged with a flash of light, which was hugely exciting!
The rainbow Starships tend to stay quite stationary in the sky, low on the horizon. What they do is ride within a star so they don’t move much, maybe slightly. They flash red or green lights. They will even sometimes flash the colours in sequence if you ask…
Friends have watched rainbow Starships with me and they say, “It’s clearly not a star. Stars don’t flash green and red colour.” Have you seen rainbow Starships?
Andrew: I haven’t seen them, but I’ve heard about them and they certainly appeared over Sedona. When I attended the Conference I ended up sitting next to somebody who I got to know quite well and we still correspond via email. She lives in Sedona and she tells me she sees the rainbow ships frequently but they are not a sight that I personally have seen.
Sierra: They are lovely. They have a comforting presence because they stay in the same position all night. They feel like guardians of energy, a calm reassuring energy, and I find them delightful.
I’ve had experiences like you when you were woken in the night Andrew, with your window in the rain. I have woken and sat bolt upright at say 2 o’clock in the morning. No reason at all and I’m wide awake.
My Galactic friends will say to me, “Go outside.” It might be the middle of winter and freezing cold but I will put on my jacket, hat, gloves, shoes, at 2 o’clock in the morning to go outside. When I do, there is always a ship out there.
So I always listen. I know Linda Dillon is also called and awoken in the early hours. I always pay attention and the rewards are so great. It’s wonderful to have that connection with my Galactic friends, especially when I’m struggling with isolation and loneliness on the Earth plane.
They just want to say hello. They want us to know that we are not alone. It’s so important that we have the sightings to reassure us that we are not alone, and it’s important to pass that message on to as many people as possible. “We are here” is what they want us to realize, wouldn’t you say?
Andrew: Absolutely, yes; but I also had the strong feeling that this scout craft that I used to see in Harpenden and which appeared for those two nights in Sedona, after the conference, is actually my personal scout craft, probably from the Pi or the Neptune. I’m sure that it appeared really just as reassurance, as you say to let us know that they’re there.
Earlier last year, May 19, I was locked out of my home in Harpenden by my now ex-partner and I’ve literally been homeless since. I’ve been living with my eldest daughter in her one room bedsit in Maida Vale in London.
So I haven’t seen, or had the opportunity to see, any Lightships because really here in Central London it’s too bright with streetlights, etc. We haven’t seen anything. But, I don’t need to see them anymore because, I know…
Sierra: I know, I know. You know in your heart, don’t you?
I find it hard though because I’ve got used to regular sightings, so when a few days pass and there hasn’t been a flash of white light or a rainbow ship or anything, I get quite miffy.
It’s like, “Humph, have you forgotten about me down here?” And then I’ll say to myself, “That’s crazy! Look at the countless evenings you’ve been out here and you’ve seen so much evidence. Why do you need to see something every single night?” Then I have a wee laugh and send lots of love and light and thanks up to them.
That’s the other thing too, they appreciate our gratitude. I try to remember to say thank you, thank you, thank you every time I’m out there because they are working so very hard to help us ground crew down here.
So I say to myself, “If they aren’t able to say hello to me tonight, they’re busy doing important things for humanity.” I really don’t need that validation. It’s in my heart and soul now. I know deep within that what is happening is real.”
It’s gathering pace; very soon everything in our lives will change. It’s interesting, Andrew, that ten months ago you tipped your whole life upside down and moved. I’m about to do the same thing. I feel like I’m being put in position for whatever needs to come.
It’s interesting that you are now in your country’s capital city and I will be very shortly living in my country’s capital city. I’m wondering if we are being put in place to hold some powerful energy to help stabilize what may be coming around the corner.
Andrew: Indeed, yes. You mentioned about our Star family and all the work they’re doing with cleansing the atmosphere and they’ve certainly done a lot I believe to limit the damage of depleted uranium that’s been used in ammunition – quite deliberately to cause awful problems.
One of the “downloads” if you like, that I’ve had – I’ve always had a horror of nuclear weapons. In fact, going way back, the first part of my medical career was with the British Navy. I was one of the very few doctors who qualified as a Navy diver. On the strength of this I was offered a position to serve on a Polaris nuclear missile submarine.
Now the submarine service in the British Navy is entirely a volunteer service. It is extremely rare for anybody to be invited to serve and that would’ve been considered a great honour, but I had no wish to serve on a vessel that was carrying nuclear warheads. The Polaris missile carried three warheads, each of 200 kilotons, which is pretty horrific. So I declined and in doing so I almost certainly completely sabotaged or ‘torpedoed’ my future Navy career!
Sierra: It’s interesting they named a missile after a star!
Andrew: But to come back to our Star brothers and sisters doing so much, particularly in the Fukushima area to limit the spread of radiation.
One download I’ve had – and a great wish of mine – is to commence our World Cruise with Starship Pi over Japan and kick it off by placing the ship over Fukushima and actually getting rid of – dematerialising – the whole thing.
Obviously with scout ships or small ‘science’ ships up to 100 meters or so in size, our Star brothers and sisters are able to limit the damage, but we’ve got to put a much larger vessel with far greater capabilities directly over the site to be able to literally dematerialize it – transmute it – completely.
My wish is to start off by going directly over Fukushima and dematerializing – transmuting – it completely and replacing it with, what I like to think of, as a Peace Memorial Park.
Because going back again to very early in my Navy days, to my first Navy ship, we visited Japan. I paid a visit to the Peace Memorial Park at Hiroshima and that had an immense effect on me. I couldn’t explain why at the time but now I know exactly why.
In fact, I was talking about this particular wish to Archangel Michael on February 27 and I said to him – because he’d already confirmed that, yes, there would be a World Cruise with Starship Pi, “I would dearly love to be able to use the power of the Pi to clean up that Fukushima mess. Any chance of that?” And he said, “Yes, that is exactly the type of clean-up we are talking about”.
I then said, “I would dearly love to do that particular job. I once visited the Peace Memorial Park at Hiroshima and that left an indelible memory on me. I would love to be able to replace the Fukushima mess with a similar Memorial Park.”
What he said to me next was significant, but I will tell you in a minute about other memories I have, going way back.
He said, “For you – for any Being who is sensitive but particularly for you who has seen the Intergalactic Wars and who is Pleiadian through and through – the idea of war of that magnitude (Hiroshima) is so abhorrent that it is beyond measure, so that is part of it.
“It reminded you – and does remind you – of the annihilation that took place during the Intergalactic Wars and the devastation of whole planets and civilizations. So it is an issue, this nuclear issue, and is something that is very near and dear to your heart.”
Indeed, when I first started to really awaken in 2011, my first knowing was that I’d been involved in the Galactic Wars as, what I would term, an armed scout craft pilot with the Ashtar Command.
The nearest equivalent I would say one could relate to on this planet would be a Navy carrier-based fighter pilot. Indeed I spent two years in the Navy aboard our then largest aircraft carrier, the Ark Royal. My greatest friends on board were the Phantom pilots, the fighter jet pilots. I could relate to them so much.
I do have a vague sort of memory of zipping my craft along this huge reptilian mothership. I think there was a similar scene in Star Wars where Luke Skywalker flew his craft down, almost like canyons, like flying in amongst the skyscrapers of New York. I have that sort of memory – I was probably going to place a mine or something there and then get the hell out of it!
I know that I had a buddy, a ‘wingman’ you would call it – if you ever watch the movie Top Gun – and we always went out together on these missions. We did in fact, have a certain reputation of being the Top Guns of that time.
We would always go out on a mission together and we had this pact that one of us would never come back without the other.
So there were times when one of us would be injured or our craft would be damaged and the other would stand by him – as indeed a wingman would do – and escort the damaged craft back. We always actually made it back and lived to tell the tale.
And our Galactic friends sometimes go to extraordinary lengths to give one some information. Indeed while I was out in Germany an event took place which made no sense at the time but confirmed my ‘Top Gun’ status, as it were. But certainly these memories I have of being a pilot in the Galactic Wars are there.
Sierra: Are they conscious memories, Andrew, something that will sometimes come into your conscious awareness?
Andrew: Oh yes, it will come back. Whereas the subsequent career, if you like, as a Starship Commander, I don’t have a lot a memory of, although I did have a download that I was actually in charge of a Starship that did the Sirian Migration trips.
(Concluded in Part 4.)