You are invited to join the next Galactic Lightship Dreamflight this Saturday night (26 December 2015) during dreamtime.
All who have expressed their intent to join us will be teleported on board our fleet of Galactic Lightships.You may express your intent to join a specific ship (all are welcome!). We will be meeting during dreamtime on Saturday night, but you do not need to “schedule” the time you are asleep, since you will be timeshifted to the appropriate “place” in time in order to join us. Passwords provided are intended to enhance intent, not to limit access.
Our Fleet includes the following ships
GLS Mothership OcaTAwa (Password “Center Spiral Wings Unity”)
GLS Mothership mu
GLS Aeterna (Password “Wings“)
GLS Algiz (Password “Center“)
GLS Blaze (Password “Helix“)
GLS Chimera (Password “Emanate”)
GLS Space Wave (Password “Unity”)
GLS Athabantian (Password “Radiate”; website: Up2the5th, Cosmic Paradigm)
GLS Aurora (Password “Mocham”; website: Multidimensionalocean, Auroradreamflight2)
Our fleet has also been joined by the GLS Tulya, GLS Neptune, GLS Athena, GLS Olympia, GLS Ceilidh, GLS Balthazar, GLS Phoenix, GLS Enterprise, and GLS Eui.
Standard equipment includes rejuvenation pods, translation modules, navigation equipment, and healing platforms. Materials are crystalline in nature, and may be variable in size and shape.
Collective dream experiences (shared dreams) have been successfully established.
You may wish to read about background information on our process, or more about our Galactic Fleet.
Your Astral travel / Dreamflight experiences may be shared in the comments of this post, or in any way you feel comfortable sharing your experience.
Please note that dreamflights are always free and do not require membership for your participation. Only your intent to join the dreamflights is required.
I was working with Tauno building models of each lightship. There were no instructions. We would discuss where each piece went. She would hand me a piece and then I would fit it into place. The ship we were building was a hollow octahedron. There would be more pieces to complete the model. It was built out of a lightweight material, like balsa wood or plastic.
The model was about the size of a melon, which is about the size of the ship I encountered when I was 8. In that experience, I was somehow taken on board the small ship and met children who were around 200 years old. They knew me and were excited to meet me. They expected me to remember them but I didn’t know who they were, but they were very nice.