1888 Alien Species on display at the Museum of Alien Studies
Lately, my days are filled to the brim. Usually with mystical subjects laid upon real life action and experience. A few weeks ago, the World Public Welfare Association opened yet another new branch, this one housing 1888 alien species: the Museum of Alien Studies. My soul immediately bid for and attained the Museum’s Assistant Director position. And my body was excited, because the subject of aliens has captivated my interest and research and hopes for harmonious contact for a good measure of time.
Many magical occurrences and synchronicities have appeared since the Museum’s opening. First, we’ve had newspaper, web and TV reporters come to cover the museum almost everyday since the opening, through no marketing/PR effort of our own. Somehow, a leading Taipei newspaper reporter found out about our opening, attended the Opening Ceremony, and quickly wrote an article covering the Museum. The morning after it was published, we received hundreds of phone calls inquiring about the museum, and close to that many visitors in the coming 2 or 3 days. Since that time, we’ve had reporters from Singapore and Hong Kong travel to cover the museum as well.
So now when you type “Alien Museum” in Chinese in the Yahoo! search engine in Taiwan, the first few entries feature articles on the museum. It’s been a media sensation that is spreading to the international scene.
The Museum’s existence allows the public to be exposed to and learn about alien cultures, wisdom and existence. It provides a view and information that is not found elsewhere in the world. And above all, it provides the platform for interested parties–scholars, researchers, scientists, etc.–to come share and exchange ideas and research among each other, in cooperation with our own research teams. The ultimate goal being to understand and apply knowledge on how alien intelligence, wisdom, and energy technology can be applied to assist human development, evolution and survival.
Last Sunday, the existence of the museum allowed for a French philosopher and humanitarian to find his way to understanding his mission and purpose in life.
The circumstances of his arrival were predicated on destiny, spiritual alignment and mystical synchronicity. And even right now, in this very moment, the curious synchronicities continue… This morning he departed back to China, where he is Director of a French government-sponsored school of French language and cultural exchange, yet today, my soul led me to a cafe that is reminiscent of a French sidewalk cafe, and as I sit and write, there are 3 young French ladies speaking their mother tongue next to me. It is quite an unusual occurrence to hear French spoken in Taipei, and here I have unwittingly encountered 3 French ladies in a relatively hidden cafe in the alleyways of Taipei. (It should be noted too, that one young lady had been sitting here with her Chinese-American friend for a couple of hours before the 2 others arrived, on a separate social occasion from the first.) So the French philosopher’s spirit and presence are still here, accompanying me as I journal the story of his trip here.
And it must be shared and saved in the binary code of our virtually connected world, because it marks the beginning of one courageous, committed soul’s journey to fulfill his life mission that will affect people of influence in China and abroad.
For the purposes of confidentiality and personal security, we’ll call him X. It was his first trip to Taiwan. His original purpose for coming was for a marketing training for his French school in China. Shortly after he touched down in Taipei, somehow, he found his way to the Museum’s front door. By a matter of great synchronicity and alignment, his hotel and Taipei-based French school were located just across the street from the museum. Still, the museum is not so easily found if not specifically looking for it. Later, he shared that his soul led him there, as it had been doing a lot recently, leading him to meetings with strangers who gave him help or information that he needed at the moment.
From our perspective, it was cosmic alignment as well. We were just beginning to practice and train our museum guide staff to give museum tours. This practice was indeed hard for me to do in Chinese, since it involves a great deal of advanced vocabulary in science, philosophy, history and the like, in addition to knowledge about alien research in the world. However, I was committed to slowly learning the language around this topic, and joined in the training.
We had just begun, perhaps only 5 minutes into the role play of giving the tour, when I noticed him outside the entrance, peering curiously at the Chinese sign “外星人博物館“ (Museum of Alien Studies). I wasn’t sure he could read Chinese, and even more unsure of his stance on aliens. For the average person, especially for Westerners, a Museum of Alien Studies may likely be regarded as fru fru or a hoax. Nevertheless, I invited him to come in and check it out, and he, to my gentle surprise, accepted.
Still, not knowing yet his outlook on the subject, I treaded carefully with my language in describing our museum and its research and information available. The Museum Research Team, based upon historic mystical knowledge and present day esoteric studies, has determined that aliens are humans’ ancestors and protectors. This view is not commonly acceptable to the average Westerner, and quite possibly ridiculed. Yet, as a representative of the museum and someone who has corroborated this view with my own research, I presented the information fully.
During the tour, we found out a little more about his background. His soul, quite powerful we found out later, sent electrical impulses to our Master, who immediately called the museum to find out more about his background. It is not everybody who can and will contact the Master this way, and the first time I had seen that occurrence with someone who was not already studying with the Master.
Of course we didn’t immediately share this information with him, since we weren’t entirely sure of his spiritual background and viewpoint. As the tour progressed, though, he shared more and more of his own research and study on aliens and spiritual-philosophic wisdom, and we realized he was of like mind and spirit.
After the tour, we offered him a Xian Tian I Ching consulation that comes complimentary with museum admission. The reading described X’s special qualities and attributes, as well as central life focuses. He affirmed the reading’s accuracy, and spoke more about how lately he has been feeling more and more aligned with the cosmic flow of his life events. He said that he felt like he has a mission, to help people. I asked him if he knew what it was, and he said no.
I too had come across the Xian Tian I Ching in a similar situation. At the time I encountered the I Ching, I was facing the same central life question: What is my purpose on Earth? It was a question I had been asking for several years, and for which I had seriously pursued the answer in the last couple of years before asking the I Ching.
So I knew his sincere desire and need to know, as many of us who question life’s purpose have. I suggested he receive a consultation from one of our Masters, who can see what missions our souls came to Earth to complete. He quite easily agreed, for he was open to the possibility of finding the answer to this most important life question.
The association’s Buddha Master was present at the time, but had the intuition that our highest Master, Master Wu, should do the reading for him. She felt he was not her “yuan fen” or predestined affinity or relationship. [Yuan fen is a deep-rooted cultural and philosophical concept in Chinese cosmology. The idea relates that we encounter, have relationships with, and meaningful (positive and negative) exchanges with those our souls have yuan fen with. If you don’t have yuan fen with someone, your connection will not proceed far into the future, or you will not encounter each other at all. People, things, pursuits we have yuan with are ones that we have a karmic relationship with from past lives. If you feel you automatically have a deep connection with someone, likely you have deep yuan fen with that person, rooted in past life relationships.)
So outside of ordinary procedure, Master Wu decided to come to the museum to personally do the reading for X. It should be noted that Master Wu will only do this if he has the intuition, or a directive from Tian Di (Heaven and Earth/God/the Universe) to do it. Even if the President requests a meeting, if doesn’t have the intuition or a directive to do it, he will not come. And in addition, because the type of matters Master Wu addresses daily, which are of national and international
significance, he is extremely busy, often only sleeping 3 or 4 hours a night; he is actively fulfilling Tian Di’s missions and directives for the remaining 20 hours, rarely stopping to rest. So in short, it was a special occasion that Master Wu came specifically to do the reading for X.
The reading revealed that X’s mission included education and research regarding alien intelligences, so it was no coincidence that his soul led him directly to the Museum right after he arrived in Taipei. And indeed, just before leaving the museum that evening, X shared that he was so surprised and excited to find everything that he was interested in–aliens, spiritual & philosophical wisdom and a Master that could guide him–in one building, and that he had dreamed of doing the very work the I Ching said he was here do to, but didn’t know how to do it. He had finally found what he had been looking for.
To be continued…