Jean currently channels a variety of star beings living on a starship, writes about their travels to other worlds, planetoids, stars and dimensions along with their interviews of the beings on the various worlds they explore. This material is being developed into a book.
Jean has been attending spirit fairs throughout the Midwest for the past 4 years providing past life readings for interested clients and conducting past life regressions in her home. Knowledge of past lives can assist clients to release old baggage allowing us to move further along our path and to open up to all that we are.
Jean is a seminar facilitator currently offering: Adventures to Other Worlds - UFOs & ETs, Creating Your Life - Eight Rooms of Creation and Relationships.
Jean and a partner have worked together for the past 16 years with clients to access situations in need of healing, using past lives and a forgiveness proces assisting the client to release all levels of those situations. Together they co-authored, Healing Through Forgiveness available at fairs or on www.lightjewels.com.
In addition, Jean is an ordained Lightworker Metaphysician having completed all four levels of Overlight training and certification through Lightworker.
Turqwa means Home of Trees and is a densely forested world. It is a small to medium-sized planet on the edge of its universe. It has thick, dense forests with trees over 100 ft. tall that form a canopy so thick it remains cool and dark on the ground. There are also rivers and a few grassy knolls. It is very hilly with a lot of rocky terrain and is difficult to see any distance due to the hills and trees. There are many small and medium sized animals similar to roe deer, antelope, rodents, and many birds of all colors, shapes and sizes. There are also many types of fish and crustaceans in the rivers. The temperature is mild, like a warm fall day, with a gentle breeze. This is a planet rich in resources of all kinds. Turqwa has one sun and two moons. The moons are on opposite sides and appear to be chasing each other around the sun. The trees also produce many brightly colored fruits, almost neon-like colors but the fruit are slightly bitter compared to earth’s but is edible.
Everyone in our team has felt that there were beings around us but we could not see them. The captain tells us they have discovered that the beings who live here are invisible. Indicating a short distance away, he points out the shimmer, similar to the shimmer on a hot summer day and says those are the beings who live here. Next morning as I am sitting on a rock, I notice the shimmer out of the corner of my eye and begin saying my name and why we are here. Slowly the person next to me becomes visible. He is a young male named Turg. He has very pale skin with tannish spots with a darker outline around each spot all over his body. He is 3 1/2 to 4 ft. tall with short, dark, spiky hair, deep set black eyes, a somewhat elongated nose, thick busy eyebrows and slightly pointed ears. He has somewhat of a canine look.
The next morning I begin learning about this world. They are extremely male oriented and tribal. There are three primary groups – the tree, river and hill people. Turg’s people live in the trees. They have rope ladders to get up to the trees and ladders strung along the tops of the trees. They are extremely agile. The men are hunters and supply the majority of the food and protection for the tribe. The women gather fruits, nuts and berries, care for the children and generally take care of the men and the home.
Young males must complete a special ritual to become a man of the tribe. They are given several tasks such as: climbing the tallest hills, swimming across the river, going without food or water and all must find their sacred symbol. Once their tasks are accomplished, the women cleanse and prepare them, then the shaman gives them their adult man name and they are no longer called by the name given them by their mother. Their holy man contacts the Others to determine which tasks each boy must complete and what his new name will be. In their cosmology, the Others are of the trees, started all life from a seed and supply them with life and home.
All three tribes meet once or twice a year to exchange goods, have contests of skills and to find wives. Women move with their husband to his camp and people. Most of the people marry for life as the holy man has a vision which identifies their suitability and blesses their union but if it isn’t working for the couple, the holy breaks a stick dissolving their binding.
When Turg’s people die, each tribe has their own practice in accordance with their locale. The river people place the dead on a raft in the great river which leads over a fall and into the great sea. While the raft is floating the river people sing the sacred words to lead the one who has died to the spirit of the Others.
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