Barbara Marciniak Channels Pleiadians – What You Are Not Noticing – Our Human Transformation


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These videos are recorded from one of Barbara Marciniak’s trance channeling sessions which seems to have been taped around 1988. The information and wisdom presented in this compilation is just as relevant today as it was back then, if not more so.

Barbara Marciniak channels the Pleiadians which are a collective of multidimensional spirit beings from the Pleiades star system, and have been speaking through Barbara Marciniak since May of 1988. The Pleiadians are here to assist humanity with the process of spiritual transformation in the years leading up to December 2012. Their distinctive style blends wit and wisdom, common sense, and cosmic knowledge in teachings that encourage expansive thinking and personal empowerment, and which have been compared to native shamanism.

Author: Higher Density Blog

My Spiritual Path and quest for Ascension led me to begin Higher Density Blog in late 2012. Sharing discoveries, exploring 5D Abilities, Universe within, Unity Consciousness, New Science, Galactics, Awakening Humanity and Arts of Creation weave the fabric of Higher Density Blog.

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