Telos - Dianne Robbins

Telos

By Dianne Robbins

  • Release Date - Published: 2011-12-05
  • Book Genre: Spirituality
  • Author: Dianne Robbins
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Explore the rich family life of the people from the Lost Continent of Lemuria, who have been living in Telos, a Subterranean City beneath Mt. Shasta in California, USA, for the past 12,000 years; and who, due to their isolation from the surface population have experienced great leaps in consciousness resulting in the creation of a civilization of peace and abundance with no sickness, aging or death. They can live hundreds of years in the same body. 

This book contains telepathically received messages dictated by Adama, the High Priest of Telos. It is a masterpiece of channeled information about life inside our Earth. The information is in the form of Spiritual messages that tell about the culture and life style of its inhabitants, our purpose for being here on Earth and Universal Laws. 

The Lemurians went underground before a thermonuclear war destroyed the Earth's surface. They are contacting us now to make their existence known. For in order for Earth and humanity to ascend in consciousness, the whole planet must be united. This book is written to surface humans in hopes we will receive them when they emerge from their homes beneath the ground and unite with us as One Humanity. The channeled messages in this boo contain Spiritual Truths for the elevation of human consciousness.

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  • Beautifully written!

    5
    By JIDRobbins
    I can't wait to read the others!!
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    By 33ews
    An excellent book to explore the realms of other life styles and teachers that are available. This is a five start book for me.

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