Overview

Just as the Cetaceans are the Earth’s Record Keepers living in the Oceans, do you know that the TREES are the Record Keepers living on Land?

The Trees comprise a “vast underground communication network” system that transmits information so that all Trees, everywhere on Earth, know instantly all that occurs. They are Living Libraries embodied in bark that we, as humans, can easily “tap” into (note the term “tap root” — we can tap into their ...
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Tree Talk

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Overview

Just as the Cetaceans are the Earth’s Record Keepers living in the Oceans, do you know that the TREES are the Record Keepers living on Land?

The Trees comprise a “vast underground communication network” system that transmits information so that all Trees, everywhere on Earth, know instantly all that occurs. They are Living Libraries embodied in bark that we, as humans, can easily “tap” into (note the term “tap root” — we can tap into their vast library). Their “line” is always open to us, so tap into it — they are eagerly awaiting our call. They are waiting for us to acknowledge them as the TREE PEOPLE.

For uncensored worldwide news and answers to any question, Hug a Tree — it not only saves paper, but their lives as well.

We Trees Are Record Keepers

We are the Trees. We, too, are Record Keepers. Our branches are layered with information. Our leaves are recording plates that capture your words and actions as you walk by.

You can talk to us and we will record your words, even your nuances of speech. It is like turning a dial on a recording device and you talk into it. We are better than that, since we don’t run on technology — it is built into us.

Our leaves look thin to your eyes, yet hold volumes of information that appears automatically to you in vision and sound when you “switch on” to us. We are self-contained books holding the records of the Earth. As our leaves sway to and fro in the wind we are sweeping the ethers and picking up pertinent information that is necessary to sustain life. It is all encoded, and you can easily break the code. We can answer any question you ask, if you just learn to hear us. We speak loud and clear to your heart — not your ear.

We Trees comprise a vast underground communications network that records all events and is privy to all that is about to occur. If you want to know what is going to happen anywhere on Earth, just stand next to one of us, put your hand on our trunk, and ask your question. We will answer.

We trees are guardians — sentinels stationed on Earth to serve here along with you in partnership as caretakers. We are encoded with cosmic intelligence and graced by the Divine just as you are — only we are aware of our gifts and use them to create only harmony.

You can read us as we read you — you are a Living Library and can turn the pages within your soul to access all there is to know. It is built into you…it is you. This is why your DNA is so sought after and you have been so tampered with. You are a prize worth capturing, but no one can duplicate you. With all their technology they still cannot figure you out. Only the Creator knows the code.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780984925452
  • Publisher: Dianne Robbins
  • Publication date: 7/7/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 118
  • File size: 46 MB
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Meet the Author

As a child, I used to stand outside and look up at the night sky, and wonder where, in the starry heavens above, was my home. In 1990, when I was listening to music of the Moody Blues and heard their song "I Know You're Out There Somewhere," it suddenly flooded me with memories and I instantly knew there was a whole other world out there, just waiting to communicate with me. I began a process of meditation that reawakened me to the remembrance that I am a telepathic receiver and transmitter for the Inner-Earth terrestrials, Cetaceans, Crystal Kingdom, Tree People and Nature Kingdoms. I also awakened to my divine mission and role for this lifetime.

I tapped into the cosmos and connected to the Cetaceans (Whales and Dolphins), Adama in the Subterranean City of Telos, Mikos in the Hollow Earth, the Ascended Masters, the Ashtar Command of the Confederation of Planets, Nature Spirits and Trees. I no longer felt alone, but suddenly connected to Beings everywhere through the telepathic phone lines that exist throughout the cosmos. My communication with Mikos has reconnected me to who I am, and why I am here, and I discovered that I am connected to all life - everywhere - not just on Earth but all life throughout our Milky Way Galaxy.

With this new sense of purpose, I have dedicated my life to receiving and publishing my telepathic transmissions from Beings residing in Higher Realms of consciousness. My goal is to spread these messages around the globe in hopes of awakening surface humans to the existence of those that inhabit the Oceans, Subterranean Realms, Hollow Earth and Surface Nature Kingdoms through the publication of my books.

The earliest messages came from the Cetaceans and are in my first book: The Call Goes Out from the Cetacean Nation. My second book is: Telos. My third book is: Messages from the Hollow Earth. My fourth book is: Tree Talk.

Much of my inspiration comes from communing with Nature through long walks in the woods, sitting under my favorite tree in my backyard, walking along the ocean when I'm in Florida, and being on the Mountain among the Trees on Mt. Shasta, California, my home.

I Am All of Creation, and so are you ~
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