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The Prism of Lyra is a book that examines the idea of creation in a different light. In contrast to the notion that humans are the result of creation, it explores the idea that the collective humanoid consciousness (or soul) created our universe for specific purposes. What are those purposes? Who is involved? These questions and many more are addressed, resulting in startling possibilities. The Prism of Lyra then traces various off-planet races (Lyra, Vega, the Pleiades, Orion, Zeta Reticuli, and more) through their own evolution and ties them into the developing Earth. Highlighted is the realization of our galactic interconnectedness and our shared desire to return home.
Lyssa Royal Holt holds a B.A. in psychology and is an internationally known channel and lecturer trout Arizona. In 1979 she had a clear UFO sighting with her family that triggered a profound interest in extraterrestrial phenomenon. Lyssa studied channeling in depth in Los Angeles and developed her natural talents before beginning to channel publicly in 1985. She is the co-author at a number of books. She has been seen on numerous national and international including the Discovery Channel. Currently, she lives in Arizona with her husband Ronald Holt.
Table of Contents
|Dimensional Infusion||p. 1|
|Creation of the Galactic Family||p. 9|
|The Womb of Lyra||p. 17|
|The Sirius Factor||p. 23|
|The Winds of Orion||p. 31|
|Earth's Pleiadian Cousins||p. 39|
|The Gateway of Arcturus||p. 47|
|Earth Inception||p. 55|
|Zeta Reticuli: Transformation and Awakening||p. 63|
|Integration: Coming Home to Ourselves||p. 71|
|A Galactic Creation Story||p. 77|
|Glossary of Terms||p. 123|
|Selected Bibliography||p. 139|
|About the Authors||p. 142|
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