Saturday, 11 December 2010
Sirian Star seeds-Welcome Home
Those from Sirius make faithful, dependable friends, but require the aforementioned in return. They get hurt and disenchanted when these expectations are not matched. Sirian Starseeds don't share the internal personal self with other people easily, and may have trouble sharing emotions and conveying feelings and needs. To be fully admitted and intrusted as a close personal friend of a Sirian Starseed implies that you've been carefully sized up. Sirian Starseeds might have trouble in relationships and friendships when they demand to be treated in a particular way, but don't share their expectations with the other people affected. It's crucial to work with sharing expectations, ideals, conveying wants and hopes to head off being wounded and disenchanted. This often happens as a consequence of want of communicating or lack of common understanding and clearness in relationships.
Those from Sirius incline to be future orientated, and don't love centering on the past. They might turn defensive if coerced to center on the past by other people. This flows from to the fact that past pain and emotion is bound within, refused and pent-up instead of being coped with at the time of happening. Attributable to this there might be deep amounts of old emotion in need of being coped with and released. Sirian Starseeds don't enjoy face-offs or open expressions of hostility but if pressured into an controversy will defend themselves and their feelings ferociously. This is especially true if honor of themselves or beloveds is involved. One of the lessons many Sirian Starseeds have opted to work with in this life is the importance of giving up old pain, forgiving self and other people, and going on.
Sirians have a very unequalled and solid sense of wit, which often times is only seen once they're with those they confide and feel at ease with. Sirians may be regarded idealists by a few. This flows from to their active, intense inner life. This can induce forgetfulness and a propensity to not notice trivial third dimensional matters in the present. They might from time to time seem to be indifferent, or unobservant, but in actuality they're simply someplace else. They might not recognize that others are unsuspecting of their internal activity. Though they seem very serene, restrained and distant on the surface, there's a great deal of activity inside. As kids, Sirian Starseeds may often be thought to have learning handicaps or thought to have troubles with their attention span. This flows from to the attraction of the inner existence, which is often more fascinating than that which is learned in Earth schools. They do best in learning when visual techniques of instruction are utilized, and they're permitted hands on types of discovering with freedom to move around and research. These are children who profit greatly from unconventional schools, the are very bright but firm enough within to feel that if something doesn't interest them, they shouldn't be required to learn about it.
Those from Sirius have a rich link to the Earth and energies of nature. Many Sirian Starseeds have had many lives as Native Americans and preserve close ties and memories of those lives. They're extremely visual, both in their power to envision things which others don't, and in their manner of learning.
Area 51-Fact or Fiction?
Area 51 is a military base, and a remote detachment of Edwards Air Force Base. It is located in the southern portion of Nevada in the western United States, 83 miles (133 km) north-northwest of downtown Las Vegas. Situated at its center, on the southern shore of Groom Lake, is a large secretive military airfield. The base's primary purpose is to support development and testing of experimental aircraft and weapons systems.
The base lies within the United States Air Force's vast Nevada Test and Training Range. Although the facilities at the range are managed by the 99th Air Base Wing at Nellis Air Force Base, the Groom facility appears to be run as an adjunct of the Air Force Flight Test Center (AFFTC) at Edwards Air Force Base in the Mojave Desert, around 186 miles (300 km) southwest of Groom, and as such the base is known as Air Force Flight Test Center (Detachment 3).
Though the name Area 51 is used in official CIA documentation, other names used for the facility include Dreamland, Paradise Ranch, Home Base, Watertown Strip, Groom Lake, and most recently Homey Airport. The area is part of the Nellis Military Operations Area, and the restricted airspace around the field is referred to as (R-4808N), known by the military pilots in the area as "The Box" or "the Container".
The intense secrecy surrounding the base, the very existence of which the U.S. government barely acknowledges, has made it the frequent subject of conspiracy theories and a central component to unidentified flying object (UFO) folklore.