Vancouver Chapter of the Canadian Society of Questers

7 PM Tuesday -
13 May 2008   
(Doors open at 6:30 pm please arrive early)

Miriam Delicado

A Lifetime of Extra Terrestrial Contact

Miriam, author of  ‘Blue Star-Fulfilling Prophecy’, is a middle-aged woman that has always had an array of abilities and sensitivities. She is able to heal, predict earthquakes, connect with crossed-over spirits and astral travel. She also has psychic ability and gets premonitions. Her first memory is of being a baby and feeling the frustration of not being able to communicate with others.

Her life story encompasses much that is strange. She was first contacted by Aliens while a baby and was abducted for the first time at age four. These particular events were not in her consciousness until much later in her life.

The trigger that brought these occurrences back into her consciousness was an Alien abduction experience while on a road trip in 1988. Her journey leads her to The Four Corners Area of the southwestern United States. Since that time there have been many other encounters with ‘Tall Blond’ Aliens. The relationship that developed between Miriam and the Aliens became one of  Teacher-Student and finally culminated into that of Emissary.

As a direct request from the ‘Tall Blonds’, and to fulfill the role of Emissary, she has written ‘Blue Star – Fulfilling Prophecy’. In this book Miriam recounts her experiences with the Aliens, her travels to the Alien ‘Safe Lands’, her meetings with Hopi elders and the connections with indigenous peoples prophecies. She also shares the Alien’s history of Man’s creation and their involvement with Earth and ‘The End Times’.

  May 13th 2008
  7:00 pm
  Talk & Book Signing
  Miriam will present at The Canadian Society of Questers - Vancouver Chapter meeting at the MARITIME MUSEUM 1905 Ogden Avenue, Vancouver. Doors open at 6:30 pm, meeting starts at 7:00 pm. The museum is located at the north end of Chestnut Street, just west of the Planetarium, on the water in the  Kitsilano area. Parking passes provided for the evening at the Museum’s desk on request. Please enter using the south-side door of the Museum.
  Need directions?   http://www.mapquest.com/ $5 for CSQ members / $10 non-member and guests.
  More info John ccss@aebc.com
  May 14th 2008
  Talk & Book Signing
  Elks Hall in Cloverdale
  412–17665-66A Ave, Surrey
Plenty of free parking
$10 at the door please
Need directions ?   http://www.mapquest.com/

More info John ccss@aebc.com

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