A Song for the Pleiadian Raiders … by Alice B. Clagett

Well, I have a song for you. But not a tune. So, forgive the tune! … It’s a song about the raiders from the Pleiades, that have been here for a while. They came flying in. And they’ve been harvesting what they can from Earth, through the fourth dimensional demonic world, and through the mental mind of man, for a heck of a long time. And guess what? The tide has turned!

So! They have a couple of options right now. One is to find themselves … if they have no human ‘sponsorship’ … to find themselves in a two-dimensional world, which is pretty unfortunate. … But, they’ll be in charge. That’s good! But they’re not going to get very far with it …

And the other possibility is, they might make it to another 4D-3D world, where they can do what they’ve been doing now. And that’s if they have help from the Divine, in the form of human, or Ascended Master, or any cosmic spirit helping them to participate in the inflow of grace here.
So, here’s a song. The tune is somewhat reminiscent of Samuel Augustus Ward’s 1882 tune “Materna”, which was first published in 1910. Since the author died at least 100 years ago, this tune is in the public domain, as I understand it. Hope you like it. Here I go …

 

LYRICS

Pleiadian, Pleiadian! We’re out to win this world!
We’d rather take, than participate. And then fly off in hordes.
Across the great, swirling cosmic sea
To another come-and-get-her reality

Pleiadian, Pleiadian! How did I get that shine?
But what the who! … Looks good on you!
My special, offworld, 4D – 3D conquering mentality
Will trick you, from what’s Ever so rightfully mine. 

— 23 October 2013

 


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