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South Africa’s First Lady of Space and environmentalist Elizabeth Klarer’s testimony of extraterrestrial contactee events remains the most trusted version of its sort to date.

The prophetic message that she brought back from the planet Meton, via her supposed lover Akon and his people seem more valid now than it could ever be then.

Never before were our current environmental dilemmas raised with such conviction...from another planet.

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GOOD PLANETS ARE HARD TO FIND.

‘Not afraid this time?’ Potentially a chilling question, not least when asked by an extra-terrestrial standing beside his hovering flying saucer when you and he are the only beings at the top of a deserted hill in the beautiful Natal Midlands. Never mind the fact that he had chosen you to bring a make or break environmental and humanitarian message to the people of your planet. Never before have our environmental issues been raised with some possible proof, from another planet...

Cambridge Diploma meteorologist and South African Elizabeth Klarer’s acclaimed book ‘Beyond the Light Barrier’, currently in its third print and translated into many languages abroad, has reached cult status. Apart from the scientific knowledge that she often shared from international podiums, impossible for an earthling of that time to know, she claims she also became pregnant after her encounters with her extra-terrestrial named Akon at the age of 47. Her love story of interstellar romance that spanned space, time and credibility, was also a bona fide mystery story, sprinkled with verifiable facts, close associations with top brass military personnel, vanishings, claimed government protection programs and international conferences.

She stood behind her story with its strong environmental message until she died in February 1994, at the age of 83. She believed that her work was here, to educate, witness and share what she had experienced and her all important message for mankind has suddenly become more necessary now, than she could ever have imagined then.

For more information visit this website: theincrediblelightnessofbeings.co.za

 

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