LISA RENEE: “Breeding Programs”

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“During the Eieyani Massacare the female high council members and females that had higher DNA codes were taken to Nibiru by Thoth and Annunaki for forced breeding. This was the time Thoth broke the Emerald Covenant agreement with the Guardians and stole one of the CD plates; he translated the CD plate and wrote the well known (distorted) emerald tablet. These females were blackmailed in to believing that if they willingly go with them their partners would be saved. When they arrived in Nibiru they realized that they were tricked and their male partners were already killed. When they learnt of this they rebelled and some killed themselves and others were captured and forced to have children with Annunaki so they could harness the Eiyani or Essene DNA.In Calgary Canada there are particular circulatory systems that are feeding these main grid systems all the way back in the horizontal grid…

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LISA RENEE (Time Shift Blog): “Imagining ‘Life Culture'”

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“This is a clear example of how other advanced races beyond our solar system co-exist and live together that are actively participating with the intergalactic community and inter-dimensional free worlds. At this time the inhabitants of this Earth are fully excluded until these global problems of destructive violence and world suffering are directly acknowledged and steps are taken for disclosure which will begin the process of world healing. Disclosure is what is required to end wars, to stop directing the covert and overt military weaponry that is being used to mind control the population as well as perform senseless killing. It is true that based upon the clear evidence of continued violent warring, weaponry and destructive behaviours on this planet some in the intergalactic community believe the people of the Earth are criminals and alien hybrids from the Refugee Races that should remain sequestered in this system of consciousness imprisonment…

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