If you happen to have read Brad Steiger’s 1987 sci-fi novel The Star People or heard of his earlier, somewhat-renowned list of the traits of so-called “starseeds,” those who believe they, unlike most Earthumans, somehow have an origin in the stars; then you will already have a notion of the story being revealed in these pages by Julie Loar and Ted Denmark. They are both old enough to have been aware of the publicity surrounding Steiger’s “seminal” research and promotion of his “novel,” if inevitable idea—given all the UFO/ET themes circulating in public awareness in the latter half of the Twentieth Century and beyond. But even though they were also previously aware of themselves as “contactees,” having had some fairly unusual experiences—and with nearly all the traits of Steiger’s Starseeds—Julie and Ted have found themselves, more than thirty years later in their seventh decade, being given nearly full access to the depth of detail of their own secret lives as extraterrestrial hybrids … by members of their own star families. They have made efforts to acknowledge this offer and recorded the resulting trance-session dialogues, as conducted and now published by Ted in book form. It took them several years to become sufficiently acquainted with each other and their unexpected project to be able to present such extraordinary accounts of their purported true identities as well as many other amazing circumstances … to have become convinced that many of their unusual life experiences and various other ideas consistently presented to them by the more than thirty ET and Celestial Guide figures, appearing in full multimedia awareness to Julie in trance as a “seer” … could actually be true. The first fourteen of these “Telepresence Conferences” are contained in this initial Star Table Trance Missions volume (in a series of five books being called the Five Star Series for the remaining sessions now being completed). Discovery of their common ancestry as “Pleiadian Irish,” as Ted sometimes jokes to help relieve the tension of making so extraordinary a claim (they have Sirian heritage as well), is also part of a moving love story of major proportions for themselves, which they also wish to share as part of their growth, integration and “apotheosis.” So they have gone from being aware that they were a bit unusual—but not yet sure of being perhaps premature “wanabe starseeds”—to finally making a series of breakthroughs in which their veiled ET star families have revealed a lot more detail about their real nativities beginning as childhood trainees with somewhat hastily arranged surrogate families, to this culminating mission together in maturity, revealing more of the nature of these arranged genitures with real, physical, extraterrestrial people than has probably ever been made public before (with the possible exception of the Eduard “Billy” Meier contacts—having a central role with the same extraordinary Pleiadian star-woman Semjase). Julie and Ted both genuinely believe, given sustained prompting by these conferences at the Star Table, that this is a story—which also happens to contain some of their personal history—whose time has come to be told openly. It goes far beyond anything they, as writers and editors, believe could have been made up by themselves (!). Those most interested initially might be other starseeds, real or imagined. J&T were told they are among a group of about one hundred other Earthuman hybrids in this particular genetic seeding experiment being carried out by Pleiadians from the star system of Taygeta, but they believe nearly anyone will find it quite an interesting—if not a totally amazing—story … whether they believe it or not. The first installment of a movie waiting to be made.