Star Sister Story
Once upon a time,
in a world far far away, there lives a beautiful maiden whose true name is not easily translated into our
language so that she has agreed to be called Star Sister in this story.
Star Sister comes into the consciousness of incarnation in what is not
so much a body as we know it but an individual conscious bit of light shining at the rate of her intention
and purpose. Her long time mentor, Xenos, is assembling a team for an exciting project. Star Sister is well
rested and ready for a challenge in manifest reality.
“It will be a challenge” Xenos tells his crew who have come together to
find out what is happening. “Is everyone ready?” Xenos pauses a moment to make sure that everyone is linked
to his mind before presenting to them the scene they are engaging with.
Star Sister gasps as she sees the Being of their attention. She is
struck by the incredible beauty of it and the intensity of its distress. Her heart goes out to it immediately
and she probes the image for details. It is an orb, a planetary being, with a soft atmospheric wrapping that
is pulsing with erratic surges of wild energy interspersed with what appear as dark cancerous intrusions. As
she activates her x ray vision to look for more details, Xenos starts his commentary.
Star Sister learns that the name of this being is Urth. It's body is
made up of the elements of air and water, fire and rock. These elements combine in myriads of ways to
manifest an infinite variety of different energies, organs, systems, structures and their various component
parts. It is truly awesome.
Star Sister is just noticing the beautiful shining large water beings
and all their smaller pools and arteries and veins with their bright laughing spirits when Xenos starts
talking about the oceans and the beings and organisms that are part of the water element. He points out the
interaction between water and air, how clouds and storms and rains happen. Star Sister sees that there are
areas of darkness interfering with what would seem to be the normal patterns.
Xenos points out the rocks, the mountain ranges both in and out of the
bodies of water. He points out the interaction of fire and rock, the formidable power in the molten core.
Star Sister gets her first glimpse of the consciousness that is centered there, the spirit essence of the
Xenos talks about the special relationships between the four elements
that have allowed earth and soil, plants and animals to develop. Again, Star Sister's view of these processes
is distracted by various bits of darkness, that seem to permeate sometimes more, other times less
obtrusively, all aspects of this planetary body. She is beginning to get a sense of what this mission is all
about when Xenos continues with his commentary.