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This week we will be re-broadcasting The Natalie Woods story from Lavandar's journal, as it seems to be one of the most popular shows from our archives. Although this show will not be live, we will be live again at 7 PM EDT next Tuesday, September 20th. Our show that aired last week, Sept. 6, "Crystal Implants" also seems to also be a favorite, as we have hit record numbers with that show. We appreciate your comments that you sent, and will be continuing with that information in the coming shows. Just a reminder, discernment is a must as we all choose the directions of our star assignments and missions on the planet. Two things to think about:(1) What is real and what is Memorex? (2) What is the most important thing in your life right now? Arielle, Lavandar, Sierra, Tammie, Purple Sage,and Belva will be back live with you next week. Continuing her story “Crack Between The Worlds,” Lavandar will tell how her life became connected to starseed celebrities, with compelling details of the day Natalie Wood died on Catalina Island, Nov. 29, 1981. This event dove-tailed with her next starseed assignment, which has been a major secret until this show. She’s releasing, from the bank vault, the truth about her galactic assignment to a famous actress. In this episode, she’ll describe the events of Pleiadean Line Up of 1981, along with nightly visits to Cairo, Egypt aboard The Starship Bethlehem, where she received master crystal training concerning the feminine codes to be activated among starseed on the planet through Goddess frequency. Revealed for the first time: the actual name of one of her major starseed assignments, who affected millions of people on the planet through authorship of metaphysical information through books and movies. This is a milestone episode, so make sure you don't miss it, and share it with your starseed friends!
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