The Legend of Starcrash

The Legend of Starcrash

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- - - -'It was a multi-generational ship'- - - - As a hypotherapist specializing in past-life therapy and regression I have come across some strange cases when the client relives their other lives. This was such a case. A young woman relived the lifetime of Tuin, a hunter living in a Canadian-Alaskan area in an undetermined time period before the coming of the Eskimo. Tuin belonged to a group of people who thougt they were the only people on Earth, because they had never seen any others during the entire time their tribe had lived there. Tuin reported the story of the history of his people, as told by the Shaman during long narratives around the campfire. - - They were descendants of the Old Ones who had traveled across the void of space, and had crashed in the area many years before. As he reported the history it became apparent that the ancestors were from another planet. A group of five spaceships were traveling through our solor system thousands of years ago headed for the colonization of another planet. One of them malfunctioned and crashed into Earth, and was unable to continue the journey. It was a multi-generational ship that had been traveling for many years, so some of the occupants had never been outside the craft. At first they lived within the craft to escape the harsh rays of the sun. They soon discovered that the radiation of the sun (which they were unused to) was causing their children to be born dead or deformed. Necessity and the desire for preservation of their race eventually caused them to interbreed with a group of aborigines who were also living in the valley. This was so far back in time that it was before the coming of the Eskimos to the region. - - The strange story of Tuin's people shows that some of the American Indian races can trace their origin to this group of mixed extraterrestrial and aborigine people. - - It also brings up a strange parallel: Tuin's people thought they were the only people in the world, and our people today think they are the only people in the universe! - - This was a fascinating case that opened up a new way of thinking for me. I researched North American Indian legends for three years trying to find parallels with Tuin's story. I found that EVERY tribe had a legend of a "culture-bringer", and this mystical figure always came from across the sea or from the sky! This case was an interesting new way to look at the origin of native people on the North American continent.

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  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 13mm | 400g
  • Ozark Mountain Publishing
  • Lower Lake, CAUnited States
  • English
  • illustrations
  • 0963277677
  • 9780963277671
  • 82,487

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