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#1 2009-05-25 20:00:53

Registered: 2005-12-09
Posts: 998

Communication with Helena, Commander of Starship Capricorn 05/25/09

Communication with Helena, Commander of Starship Capricorn.
Welcoming Helena.  I am a couple of minutes early but I am ready
when you are.

Helena:  Good morning.  This is your holiday to honor your
deceased friends and relatives.  What are you doing to honor your
deceased relatives?

Lavar:  I have grown flowers in my garden and will be picking
flowers and taking to the cemetery to place on the graves of
several of my family.

Helena:  Good.  That is a nice thing to do.  While you are doing
that, also say a prayer to honor their presence in your life.  I
assume that you have patterned your life after some of those who
are now gone on ahead of you.  Let them know that you care for
them more than just to place flowers on their graves.  Many of
them will receive your message and perhaps some of them may be
able to send you a telepathic message of thanks.

There is much good that will be done today by many folks honoring
their deceased.  It is good to remember those who have gone
before, especially to remember the good things that they have
done to make you a better person.  I know that you have good
memories of your upbringing.  You were a great part of the lives
of your parents, grandparents, and other relatives.  You were
expected to become a great person, which you have done (to some
extent).  However, the greatest work that you are scheduled to do
is still before you, so promise those who you are honoring with
your flowers today and let them know that you are still expecting
to complete the work that you are destined to accomplish.  That
is our message for you today.  Any questions or comments?

Lavar:  Thank you dear Helena.  You are a wonderful part of my
life.  No questions.  Just thanks for your presence in helping
and teaching me.



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