Star Beacon publisher Annie Miller

Saturday, July 20, 2013

What's in the June 2013 Star Beacon?

Orbs! Who isn't fascinated by these photographic marvels?
Photo by Ann Ulrich Miller

In the June 2013 issue of The Star Beacon, Tom T. Moore writes about "Understanding Orbs" in our lead article. He says "Orbs are spirits in many different forms. They are energy with consciousness."Because orbs' energy is just above the human eye spectrum, that is why they normally are seen only in photographs. You'll see lots of photographs of Orbs in the June issue!

Sad news ... James Parsons, author of the new release, Into the Wild Blue and Beyond (Earth Star Publications, July 2013), passed away on May 5 ... before he got a chance to see his book on UFOs in print. Jim wrote many book reviews and articles about UFOs in the pages of The Star Beacon and was an art dealer and gallery owner from the Taos area. He is missed.

Are you "Awake in a Sleeping World"? Jennifer Hoffman writes about Indigos and Crystals, and what it means to wake people up or let them sleep till they're ready to discover enlightenment.

In an article titled "Genetic Suicide," John Dermus writes about genetically modified foods and the danger we face on this profiteers' bandwagon.

"Could Patrick Flanagan be the reincarnation of Nikola Tesla?" An interesting question posed by Sterling D. Allan, CEO of Pure Energy Systems, Inc. He gives his reasons why he thinks Gillis Patrick Flanagan is the most likely candidate for Tesla's reincarnation. Fascinating!

Mo Xinhai's article, "Physicist proposes new theory that gravity does not exist" is something new to consider. He discusses Professor Eric Verlinde, a respected string theorist and professor of physics at the Institute of Theoretical Physics in Amsterdam.

"Contact is Now, 5D is Here" by James Gilliland talks about the great transformation that is happening and how it is time now to release the past, be kind to ourselves and others, and get with the program.

Consultant palmist T. Stokes in England has written an article, "Check your fingernails," which can provide important information in the health field with regard to palmistry.

DISC-ussion, edited by yours truly, has several topics in the June issue. Filer's Files (#19-2013) was the source of these mini-reports on UFOs: "Citizens hearings on disclosure," "Congresswoman Kilpatrick praises testimony," "Sen. Mike Gravel says White House is hiding UFO evidence," and "Visitors from Outer Space - Real or Not - are focus of discussion in Hearing Testimony."

Our Cosmic Book Review of the month is "Contact from Sirius-B," on the newly released revised edition of Permutation, A True UFO Story by Shirle Klein-Carsh and Ann Carol Ulrich. Shirle is a surrealist artist from Canada and has an intriguing story to tell about her contact with an alien named Frank, whom she knew as a friend, and from whom she learned a lot over the course of two years.

"Your Horoscope & Your Health" is an interesting astrological perspective written by Joanna Martine Woolfolk, who wrote The Only Astrology Book You'll Ever Need, plus horoscope columns and more.

In "Conversations with Spirit and John Cali" this month, he discusses "What's wrong with me?" and relates what to do when you are constantly greeted with disappointment after you try so hard to attract something good into your life.

"Springtime in the Rockies" is the subhead of my column, "The Meaning of It All," in which I talk about the changing of the seasons, the birds of the Rockies, and embracing change in these troubling times. By speaking our truth, we can begin to bring about change and improvement.

Commander Sanni's "Star Base" Q & A column has only one question this time, but I promise she'll be back with more answers for those who want to "Ask ET" in the August issue.

In "The Ships of Truth," Willy Whitefeather, of Cherokee descent, talks about his vision and the symbology of it all.

The June issue includes classifieds and the final UFO crossword puzzle. There probably aren't going to be any more. Things are always changing, and you never know what new feature will be coming to The Star Beacon. One thing is for sure... The Star Beacon will have a new address in the fall. We are leaving Colorado and moving to Washington state! More about this next time...

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