There are ETs who live and work among us and care about us The Artist and the Alien is a true story. It begins with a "teacher" from the planet Sirius who has lessons for us all. In 1970, while living and working on Earth, he selects an artist to paint past civilizations that have destroyed themselves, and offers an antidote: compassion. His message warns us, even as it conveys hope-as Earth and its inhabitants go through the "shift." The vehicle of this message is Shirl, a Canadian woman who grew up feeling "different." ...
There are ETs who live and work among us and care about us The Artist and the Alien is a true story. It begins with a "teacher" from the planet Sirius who has lessons for us all. In 1970, while living and working on Earth, he selects an artist to paint past civilizations that have destroyed themselves, and offers an antidote: compassion. His message warns us, even as it conveys hope-as Earth and its inhabitants go through the "shift." The vehicle of this message is Shirl, a Canadian woman who grew up feeling "different." Looking like us, and using the cover of electronics repairman in a second-hand shop, the alien called Frank, prepares his student for her future mission (should calamities befall the Earth). For two years he personally guides her in her psychological, spiritual and artistic development, and gives her on leaving, various artifacts including eight copper plates inscribed with his alien writing. Afterwards, she and her art are forever changed. The author delves into the metaphysical/UFO relationship; the connection of guidance with synchronicities; the "Indigo, wanderer, star-child" traits of the artist Shirl; and our inevitable spiritual evolution as we go through the "shift." The true story of Shirl Klein-Carsh poses universal questions regarding exterior forces and the cataclysmic direction the world is taking. Can it be reversedè or is it inevitable? "Following the remarkable story of Shirl Klein, alien experiencer, artist and messenger for humanity, the author gives a concise review of UFO literature, presenting the reader not only with the apparent metaphysical-alien connection, but with some important psychological, political and spiritual implications of the phenomenon that concern us personally." - R. Leo Sprinkle, PhD., Professor Emeritus, Counseling Services, University of Wyoming, author of Soul Samples "The Artist and the Alien is a broad encompassing tale of human spiritual awakening, bringing the reader a wide range of important metaphysics. Keeping the practical and the personal always in mind, the author seeks to entrance and share the gems of understanding she's encountered throughout her own life and that of contactee and artist Shirl Klein. There is much of interest in her offering." - Scott Mandelker, PhD. author of From Elsewhere: Being ET in America, and Universal Vision "For far too long 'abductions' have abducted the UFO scene and have let most of us forget that there are many alien races visiting Earth and sometimes living among us. The Artist and the Alien is one woman's captivating true experiences with an alien looking like us, living and working on Earth." - Warren Aston, Australian (now Californian) UFO researcher and writer "This is a fascinating study of someone with sensitivities hardly dreamed of by most persons. Other books present the carefully presented and reasoned case for the existence of inter-dimensional aliens interacting with humans. This book goes straight into the mystery and wonder of the human-alien contact." - Timothy Conway, PhD., author of Women of Power and Grace
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In the immensity of creation our planet is just a tiny speck. Although most of us have not seen UFO's or met aliens we may well assume that there is life outside our planet. However some are deterred from reading about UFO's and aliens by the 'bad press' given to them. Dena Blatt's book "The artist and the alien" contains a literature review that cites evidence of abductions and other scary things. But the main impact of this book is through its description of the positive influence of an alien, Frank, on an artist, Shirle Klein-Carsh Frank's message applies to all of us: the earth is in danger due to our selfishness, lack of compassion, ingratitude and cynicism. Essentially, this is the same approach to the world's problems as that of 'deep ecology', of Isaiah, other biblical prophets and mystics. Those who see life as a spiritual journey will be fascinated by this book.
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