A. I do see it came here via a comet that landed here on earth. It looks like when it came into or atmosphere it was in a liquid form (?) and it crashed into a desert or beach (I see lots of sand). When it connected, the sand bonded with the liquid, and when it cooled it created this stone. I get it you were to test it, you would see a lot of unique properties to it because of the way it was formed.
When I focus on the origin, I cannot confirm Sirius, but I can say I'm drawn to Orion's belt. It looks as though it came from a system from that constellation.
I see it has similar vibrational properties to crystals. It also works in similar ways. It is the intent you put in it that determines if the effects are in the light or the dark. If you wish ill will, or work against the greater good, bad thing around you can happen. If you put positive intent into the stone, it will amplify positive effects. The stone itself is not good or bad, it is a tool to direct your intent. The stone can't make you ascend, but if you work toward increasing your vibration and ascension, I see it being beneficial.
Q. Hello Lynn, Supposedly, several flashes of light, perhaps even a laser beam was seen emanating from Saturn on September 11th. Is this a legitimate video or is it CGI? If it is real, what are the light beams and why are there two colors, red and blue? Was Saturn celebrating a planetary holiday and broadcasting their colors?
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A. I get this is legit, but I see it being a different cause. There are ET bases all over our solar system. Saturn has a base (looks underground due to the hostile environment and atmosphere). The base looks like a temporary home to some very tall, dark skinned Greys. These beams were really frequency beacons that were sent out, and our eyes took those frequencies and converted them to colors. The frequencies feels like some kind of binary communication, and the two pulses came through as being "red" and "blue."
Q. Our asteroid belt... Why is it there? What happened? What did it used to be?
A. I get there was a collision with earth on the Pacific Ocean side. It looks like it happened when our moon was being brought here. At the time of the collision, earth "exploded" and the shrapnel from earth flew into the atmosphere and created the asteroid belt. That is why our Pacific Ocean is so large, and the land masses are relatively close together.
Q. Hi Lynn, Can you individually take a look at a list of 10 Earth-like planets and see if there is alien life (ranging from microbial to advanced humanoid alien or non-humanoid alien) on those planets? Also, which one out of the ten is the most suitable for humans to settle on in the future?
Here are is the list of the ten planets (and a bonus one). Thank you very much.
Here is a YouTube video that talks about these Earth-like planets:
A. Let me look this over, and give a brief response to each..
1. Gliese 581d: Cannot see life
2. HD 85512 b: Cannot see life
3. Kepler-69c: Humanoid (Not as advanced, but fleshy skin, walk on two legs and has two arms).
4. Tau Ceti e: Cannot see life
5. Gliese 667 Cf: Non-humanoid (I see aquatic life such as water snakes and lizards).
6. Kepler-62f: Non-humanoid (I see small insects. I get a visual of something similar to a cockroach.)
7. Gliese 667 Cc: Cannot see life
8. Kepler-62e: Humanoid (These look like very small humans. They have light colored, pinkish skin, light hair, very dark eyes- I cannot see any white. They have two arms, two legs, webbed fingers, and big, adult sized feet). This looks like the most habitable place for human life.)
9. Gliese 581g: Cannot see life
10. Kepler-22b: Microbial life
Bonus: Ross 128 b: Cannot see life
And that is all I have for this reading. Thank you. Love and light-