Linda Dillon: What’s It Like to Live on a Spaceship? – Part 1/2

Linda Dillon’s discussion with Graham Dewyea on Our Galactic Family is now in. In it Linda discusses living part-time on the Neptune for the last twenty years.  Her practice of bilocation has allowed her to reside at nights on the Neptune. Many starseeds also work on the starships or travel to distant lands to assist the Company of Light at night but I’m not aware that many of us reside on the ships as Linda does.

In this part of her talk, Linda describes how the ship operates, the fact that whatever she needs to make her stay enjoyable is waiting for her when she arrives, what people do on the ships, how families live, her twin flame, and so on. In the next part she describes her contact with spaceships generally during her life here on the Terra Firma. Thanks to Ellen for our transcript.

Our Galactic Family, 27 May 2012, with Linda Dillon

Graham Dewyea: Hello, and welcome to Our Galactic Family. My guest today is Linda Dillon. Linda is an internationally acclaimed channel, teacher and author, and is the channel for the Council of Love, since 1984. Linda is also the channel for our sister shows, An Hour with an Angel as well as Heavenly Blessings.

She recently completed her book, A Great Awakening, and Linda, welcome to the show.

Linda Dillon: Thanks, Graham. It’s great to be here.

GD: It’s terrific to have you on. It’s really a pleasure, because you come to the show with such a wealth of experience and knowledge about our star brothers and sisters. You have direct personal experience, you have relationships, personal relationships with many of our star brothers and sisters that we reference and talk about, you have a perspective that I think is unique and is important, particularly during these times, and you have a really deep connection, and a conscious connection, to our star family, because you go home at night, back to the ship.

LD: I do. I go home most nights. I go home to, I guess what most of us would think of as my apartment on board the Neptune. So, there’s been so much controversy, actually, in the past about the Neptune, but, yeah, it’s been home for me for, oh, gosh, about 20 years.

GD: Now, is this astral travel or conscious physical travel? Or both? How does that…?

LD: It’s bi-location.

GD: Okay.

LD: It’s conscious. And I’m sure if somebody came into my room and — well, my husband, he would see me lying on the bed, sound asleep and resting. But he also has learned that when I’m in a certain state — funny — lots of funny stories to tell you, to share with the listeners, but he knows to just leave me be. Because none of us want to slam back into our bodies, right?

GD: What’s the difference between what you’re describing as bi-location and astral travel?

LD: I’ll preface what I’m going to say by saying that I am not a specialist in either, except the Council has taught me how to do bi-location. So when you are doing bi-location, you have very much of a physical presence and a physical experience. So, for all intents and purposes, you feel you’re there, and all your five senses are activated, but also the people who are encountering you also perceive you in full physicality.

GD: But your physical form, maybe an alternate physical form, is also back here on Earth?

LD: Yes, that’s true, but let me tell you: I look the same. I’m the same height, same color eyes, same weight. Yes.

GD: So do you have consciousness of both experiences concurrently?

LD: Yes, I do.

GD: Like how do you go back from being conscious and experiencing your form at your Earth home, and then how do you go back to experiencing it on the ship? Can you switch back and forth at will?

LD: I never looked at it that way, to tell you the truth. When I need to come back and be basically in my Earth body or in my Earth presence, I wake up. So, whether it’s time to wake up, or the dog needs to go out, I do wake up. And I can drift back and forth. So, it’s just not a problem.

GD: So, you’ve been doing this for 20 years. What can you tell us? I mean, what can you tell us about the Neptune, your personal relationships with Grener and Ashira? What do you think is important to hear?

LD: Oh, my. Where to start?

GD: Well, maybe the layout of the ship? I understand it’s huge.

LD: The ship, the Neptune is massive, by any standard — miles and miles and miles long. And there are … I want to say layers — floors I guess would be the best term, where there are different assignments, so that you would have, for example, you would have several floors that are simply accommodations or apartments; you would have labs; you would have a place where the scientists are, the science labs, the healing chambers; you would have the portals where the ships come and go. You have —

GD: Ships?

LD: Yes. The scout ships, the explorer ships, the science ships, the smaller two-man or four-man ships, so there’s very many of those portals. There’s the command centers, there are communication centers, there’s lots of meeting rooms, depending on what’s taking place, because the Neptune is also a meeting place for a lot of the inter-galactics.

GD: Because of Grener’s role in the Inter-Galactic Council?

LD: Yes. Exactly. And then there are places like – cafeterias is too sterile a word, but – there are places where you go to eat, where you go to lounge, where you go to hang out with your friends or play various games. There are also more, mmm, in our terminology, we would think of much more upscale dining. You know, if you really want to just relax and just have a meal with some friends or your family.

Of course, in your own own apartment, you also have the capacity to call up. We don’t cook, but you basically call up what you want to eat.

GD: Through the replicators?

LD: It’s like a dumbwaiter system.

GD: And do you just through thought order it up? Or do you punch in a code? How does that work?

LD: Oh, I punch in a code.

Actually, I’m really lucky. There’s usually food and everything waiting for me. The ships — essentially — let me talk a little bit about the apartments. The apartments — it sounds like such a sterile word, or the quarters that you have. But think of it really as your on-ship home. And so, depending on what kind of day you’ve had, what kind of mood you’re in, or what you need in terms of your replenishment or your healing or adjustment — you know, as you come back from a long day on Earth?

You come into your apartment and the light, but not just the light, like everything, the fabrics, the what we would think of as a sofa or a bed or the duvet, like if you need lavender that day or a deep rose that day, everything becomes sort of into that spectrum of light.

And if you need … you know, there are times, and we’ve all experienced this, when you really need a cozy woolen blanket to curl up with, but then there’s other days when you really want to have just the softness or cotton or silk…

GD: Do you order that up, or does the — I mean, the ship is alive, right? So does it pick up on what you need?

LD: Yes, exactly. It’s there waiting for me. And similarly if I need food, which I don’t normally need, but if I do, or if you feel like something to eat or drink, it’s there, it’s available. Mostly it’s waiting.

GD: Just so I’m clear, before you go up on ship, are you putting out intention of what you desire, or is the ship anticipating it?

LD: No. It’s being anticipated.

GD: Interesting! And what would you … how would you describe the energy of the ship? What does it feel like?

LD: Ohhh! It’s wonderful. It’s soothing, it’s relaxing, it’s peaceful. My favorite part of my quarters, or our quarters, which is quite cool, is the windows. So I have this huge, much bigger than anything we would think of as picture windows, but I have this huge window that just looks out into deep space, out to a million stars. And that alone just revives me.

It’s that sense like when you’ve had — when you’ve been through something really — when we’ve had a hard day or a really traumatic experience, and you get home and you just go, “Oh, thank God!” And you just put your feet up and you relax.

So, I don’t tend to use the Neptune for a lot of socializing, not that I don’t socialize, because a lot of the people that I love and that I think of as my soul family are there, but my primary use of the going home to the Neptune is to R&R, to relax, to really, really, on a whole other level — gives it new meaning — to regenerate.

GD: So you’re not assuming a role there such as working in the labs or the healing center or the command central? You’re going to rejuvenate?

LD: I’m going to rejuvenate. I’m going to spend time with my family.

GD: And when you speak to your soul family, I assume you’re referring to people or beings that have incarnated on Earth. So they’re going back up to the ship with you at night?

LD: There are some people from Earth that I recognize and run into. I’ll tell you a funny story. I have a really good friend, a best friend, actually, that I would see and spend time with all the time here on Earth. And she is one of those people who feels very much connected.

Her twin is the first science officer aboard the Neptune. And she is very anxious to, not to leave her mission on Earth, because she’s very committed to completing that, but really to spend time on board ship and with him. And she, on a conscious level, has been very disappointed and frustrated.

Now, I’m sharing this because I think a lot of our listeners can really relate to this. So the other night I’m up there, I’m on board ship, I’m on board the Neptune, and you don’t find me wandering the halls all that much. But for some reason I was. I was on my way actually to one of the restaurants, for lack of a better word, and… I see her! I see her, she’s heading towards me, she’s in a UFOG uniform, Unified Forces of the Outer Galaxy, she’s got her head down and she’s just walking, and I can tell she’s deep in thought.

And then, I run into her, and I’m thinking, what are you doing here? And so, this happened several times over the next few nights. And so of course I automatically called her and said, “Hey! Guess what!” And so her response was, “Well, I wondered about that, because I’ve been waking up and knowing I am not on Earth, I am not at home, I’m off doing something, but I didn’t know what.

So, and I think that probably happens to a lot of us. And I’m just lucky to be more aware than some about what I’m up to. Because one of the things that — an agreement, which we can all do, by the way, that I struck with the Council of Love when they started teaching me bi-location was that I really wanted to be aware and aware of what was going on.

I went through a period, hmm, probably close to 20 years ago, when, like many of our listeners, all I wanted to do was to go home. That was it. All I wanted to do was either to go on ship or go back to my, my … what I think of as my home planet is Elektra, which is a Pleiadian planet, and I wanted to go home. I’d look at the stars at night — and this was before I’d had what we call first contact — but I would just look, and I would just cry, and I thought, what the heck am I doing here?

Now, I finally made peace with that. I went through one of those dark nights of the soul and decided that, not only was I going to stay on Earth and complete why I came in the first place, and why I lived after three near-death experiences, but I was not only just going to stay here, but that I was going to do so in joy, that I was going to do so and really embrace being on Gaia — because she’s so beautiful, and this is really an incredible planet — but that I also needed to have that clearer, stronger connection with my star brothers and sisters and my full family. And so this was part of how that deal was struck, how it turned out, actually.

One last thing about bi-location, which is a little off topic, but I want to share it with our listeners, is that a lot of us who are listening to this are thinking, yeah, that’s what I want, that’s the deal I want to strike.

Now, the other part of bi-location is that most of us are also doing work with one of the ascended ones or the archangels. And during the first Iraqi war, I volunteered to do a lot of work around Bin Laden and Saddam Hussein. And what I did was I bi-located myself into the household of Saddam Hussein.

GD: Wow.

LD: Uh-hunh. And I was doing I was holding light, I was — particularly to the women in the household and to — my belief is that if things are really good at home, if love is present in the home, then of course it emanates out, and that it would reach him.

So — plus I wanted to keep an eye on things. But this was what I agreed to do with Archangel Michael.

GD: Were they experiencing you there?

LD: Yes. Fully. And that’s the point of my little story here, my anecdote, is that one day I was walking down the hall. Now, I was in full burka, and I ran into him. And he came up to me, like, face to face, and he took the veil off and he looked at me. And Graham, it was the most terrifying experience. It was worse than anything I’ve ever experienced. Terrifying. Because I knew, not only did he see me, but he really saw me.

And boy, did I snap out of there fast.

GD: He saw you as an American in your current form?

LD: Exactly.

GD: And how did he respond?

LD: Fury. Absolute fury. It was like looking into the eyes of the devil, and I don’t even believe in the devil. So it was like looking into a black hole, and I knew that he really intended to deal with me.

GD: Well, how did you get out of there? [laugh]

LD: I don’t know to this day. I think Archangel Michael lifted me up out of there, because all of a sudden I just snapped out of there. And I’m sure it blew him away. And I went back, thereafter, and continued to do the work, but I made sure that I was never anywhere, I didn’t even let my presence be known in the residence when he was home. But it was terrifying.

So, the thing is, is that if you’re going to ask for the gift of bi-location, [laugh] be clear what you’re asking for!

GD: Hunh.

LD: Yeah.

GD: Let’s go back to the ship. Can you give us a visual of — or a sense of how many beings are there, and the diversity of them? And — what does that look like?

LD: The diversity — now, don’t forget that our star brothers and sisters have the ability to shape-shift and to make themselves look like us and appeal to us. The diversity, though, of different kinds of races, albeit mostly humanoid, emphasis on “mostly,” is remarkable. I would — oh, I would say there’s probably about, hmm, eight thousand of us as permanent residents? And then there’s everybody else who’s coming and going, who are attached — think of it as people who are attached to a battalion in the Navy, but they’re not always on ship.

GD: Are there family units there?

LD: Yes.

GD: So you’ll see younger star beings and older star beings?

LD: Yes. Yes, and their schools, albeit they’re exactly like our schools, there are schools, and there’s care for the little ones, and there’s care — it’s funny, I’m glad you brought this up because it’s actually not something I really think of very often, either! — there’s care for beings who… I wouldn’t say they’re elderly, because that’s sort of outside the realm of that reality or dimension, but there are beings who simply have decided that they’re taking an extended break, let me put it that way. What we might think of semi-retirement.

And there’s also sabbaticals. When people need to have a break, or to take it easy, then there are things for them to do as well.

GD: Are you going into the healing chambers every night? Or do you need to?

LD: No. No, I don’t — yes, I probably could use it every night. But no, I don’t. Just, let me tell you, going into my quarters, my apartment….

GD: Oh, it’s a healing chamber?

LD: But, but, the healing chambers are so intense — I don’t know if they’ve been described or not, but they — what you do is you go in and you lie on a crystal bed, and there are obviously practitioners, what we would think of as physicians, that are present and are very aware, because of their own intuition and because of technology as well, about what we need at any given point in time. And what they do is they infuse us.

So not only the crystal beds are amazingly soft, but they’re crystal! And then we are penetrated with light, depending on what we need, and inside the light is sound and vibration and attunements. And so you can, you know … and the thing is about the healing chambers is that it doesn’t have to take long. You can go — you can check in if you’ve been having a rough time, for 20 minutes, half an hour, and you’ll come out completely regenerated.

GD: What are the various dimensions reflected on the ship? Or what’s the dimension of the ship?

LD: The dimension of the ship is the seventh dimension. The dimension that you can experience on the ship is probably five through eight.

GD: But you still need food at that dimension? Or is that just by choice?

LD: It’s by choice. It’s part of the delight. You see, the whole idea of having physicality is viewed very differently. So could I go and never eat, or could they go without food? It wouldn’t be an issue, because they would simply live on energy.

GD: On light.

LD: And that’s why, when I talk about the more upscale restaurants, as it were, the issue isn’t the food or the sustenance, what’s going to keep us going. It’s the ceremony. It’s the social. It’s the time together. It’s wonderful experiencing, wonderful tastes.

GD: Give me an example of what you might eat in the upscale restaurant.

LD: You can order what we would think of as Earth food, in which, my case, it would probably be some kind of fish, or seafood. But there are other foods that are available, a lot of vegetables or greens or fruits — and I’m not even a fruit eater — but things from other planetary sources, or things that are grown on ship.

GD: Now, the fish and the meat, it isn’t actually harvested from live animals, right?

LD: No. No.

GD: It’s something that’s manifested, but it’s an exact replica?

LD: Manifested. That’s exactly right.

GD: Where is the Neptune now?

LD: The Neptune right now is over San Diego through, about the border of Arizona.

GD: How far up? Do you know?

LD: Oh, it’s outside our atmosphere. I don’t know.

GD: So if we were to see it, and if it were to come down, let’s say at airplane height — which is what, I think about 30,000 feet? — you said it’s miles across. Are we talking several miles, hundred miles?

LD: No, we’re not talking hundred miles. I think sometimes these things get exaggerated. I would say probably about, hmm, 20 miles.

GD: Still, huge.

LD: Oh, yes.

GD: So is is the Neptune considered a mothership?

LD: It is a mothership.

GD: Okay, so a mothership is really —

LD: It is mothership for the Unified Forces of the Outer Galaxies.

GD: Are you excited to go back to Earth? Because I’m thinking about the 3D energy vibrational state. And — right? You know where I’m going with this, right?

LD: [laughs]

(Continued tomorrow.)

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