Walking Between Worlds: Belonging to None
This is the story of Jason, my Indigo child... Alien abduction typically runs in families - and Ann Andrews came from a long line of abductees. Although it wasn't until her son's experiences accelerated that she began having dreams and was given back long hidden memories, which enabled her to accept and cope with what was going on with her youngest son Jason. What sets Jason apart from the many other young children who are now being born with exceptional multi-dimensional abilities is that Jason is not only an abductee, but is himself of extraterrestrial origin and he explains that "Technically we are all extraterrestrials, because there is no one amongst you who 'comes' from here." After years of uncertainty, Jason progressed from an initial standpoint of fear and terror to the point in his teens when he began accepting "their" teachings and to acknowledge who he is - one of many Indigo or Star Children here on Earth helping humanity to evolve to the next step. Jason says he came to our planet with two purposes: "I wanted to experience what it was like to be human, and as a human, i would be in a better position to help the rest of you when the time comes." Now that Jason has "awakened" to who he truly is, he welcomes their interaction and works with the ETs. He has developed into a powerful psychic with amazing healing abilities. Walking Between Worlds - Belonging to None raises the bar when it comes to alien abduction books. Like many, Walking offers a fascinating account of strange and unusual events; yet it also takes us into new realms of possibilities where humanity takes its place as Cosmic Citizens; realizing our divine destiny where the Earth becomes a station of light, a point of great radiance and vitality, beaming out into the Universe.
Contributor Bio: Andrews, Ann
An accomplished teacher and popular televison documentary researcher and producer.