Steve Beckow, June 29, 2017 – Linda is on vacation this week and so we’ve invited the Arcturians through Sue Lie to come aboard and tell us about Arcturian life and society.
I could just list all the things I learned but that would be like telling you how the movie ended.
I can tell you that Arcturians do not have a form like a horse as some accounts say (as an Arcturian, I’m so relieved) but their openness, lovingness, and their sense of unity are very similar.
Moreover, they take a form understandable to the contactee. There goes the theory that they have a form that can be represented. Whatever we see represented reflects the ides and comprehension range of the contactee.
They themselves have no form, except light, but adopt whatever form the situation requires.
They have spaceships? Formless individuals have spaceships? Why?
Because they serve other civilizations who have spaceships and need for the Arcturians to have them to interact.
What does the spaceship’s bridge look like? No one there?
No, they don forms suitable to the dimension and people they’re interacting with. So there would be folks on the bridge.
There are those Arcturians for whom it’s their mission to go into as much density as the Third and Fourth Dimensions.
And that’s how the conversation went, from one amazing topic to another. I told them that my own views of things were so much in flux that I didn’t know what I knew or believed any more. They said: “Congratulations.”
We also had a wonderful discussion of universal love.
PS. I referred to “Rosebud” in discussing Hearst’s Castle. Rosebud was a mysterious reference in Orson Welles’ Citizen Kane, a film based on the life of William Randolph Hearst. Audiences were led to believe it referred to a person; in the end it turned out to be a sleigh with the name “Rosebud” inscribed on it. It was seen burning in the fireplace. Nothing was as it seemed in Hearst’s Castle.