Let us do a practice drill...Planet Earth is being cleansed and while this is happening all ACC Members will be beamed up inside a Giant Mothership and Members are allowed minimum luggage which should include JUST ONE BOOK OF YOUR CHOICE that is your favourite book that has inspired you the most ...THE BOOK THAT YOU LIKE THE MOST...NOW PLEASE TELL US WHICH BOOK WOULD YOU TAKE WITH YOU
Examples of some most read Books by humans on this Planet
KEYS OF ENOCH
THE SEVEN SACRED FLAMES
Remember you are allowed to take ONLY ONE BOOK OF YOUR CHOICE and tell us what is so special about the Book you choose.
The whole idea of this drill is to find out which book you like from millions of books on this Planet.
When you are beamed up a Gaint Mothership you will be put in healing chambers to remove all earthly contamination and all luggage will be taken from you and your light body activated then you will be to let in into the main parts of Mothership but while you are put in an outer cabin waiting for your turn to be put into the healing chambers you are allowed to read the book of your choice. After treatment in the healing chambers your light body is activated and then you will not need any book as you will communicate telepathically with your 3rd eye fully activated.
NEAR EXAMPLE: One Indian Lady Astronaut on a Nasa mission took THE BHAGAVAD GITA with her.
Sunita Williams (born September 19, 1965) is a United States Naval officer and a NASA astronaut. She was assigned to the International Space Station as a member of Expedition 14 and then joined Expedition 15. She holds the record of the longest spaceflight (195 days) for female space travelers. Her father, Dr. Deepak Pandya, is a Hindu and her mother, Bonnie Pandya, is a Catholic. Williams has an affinity for both faiths and is known to be a Ganesh devotee.
When setting off toward the International Space Station, Williams had taken with her a copy of the Bhagavad Gita and a small statue of Lord Ganesha, and following her return to earth on June 22, 2007, she showed no signs of stress. In fact, she claimed Lord Ganesha was looking after her.
Good choice John Anderson
It is good to note that the Sikh Gurus on departure to the heavenly realms left the holy book THE SRI GURU GRANTH SAHIB and the last Guru stated that there will be no more Gurus but if you wish to communicate with us then just read THE SRI GURU GRANTH SAHIB as we are in the book so to speak and SAME for those who wish to communicate with Krishna can read THE BHAGAVAD GITA for KRISHNA and THE BHAGAVED GITA are non different
Simple....the biggest "note / sketch book" i could pack / carry......nothing but empty pages waiting to transcribe visions of reality.....from an entirely new perspective......free.
No book would be necessary so I would not bring any... :-)
Which also means that while you were Planet Earth there is no book that was your favourite.
The exercise here is to find out the best book that each members liked from millions of books on Planet Earth...taking just one book into a Mothership is just to find out your favourite book from all the books you have read so far
I know Krishna Kalki ~
I have found most of my answers by looking within and observing ~ not reading books ~ but I respect what you are asking here... :-)
Another intelligent being. I want to be allowed on your ship when we go.
There would be no book I would want. The knowledge we will receive will be like trying to take a drink from a fire hydrant fully opened.
Well I wouldn't.....I would want to be present and focused all the time and feel and experience everything, not be distracted by a book ;-) Sry...but thats just me ;-)
There are members that have choose to take a holy book with them so it may in some way protect and inspire them...a prayer book you can read before can get you prepared for the healing chambers with more confidence
I think it's great we're even having this drill. But many others like myself will choose a blank one they can create in. Whatever we choose it will be a wise one for us all as a whole. Thanks for asking Krishna Kalki. :)
Good choice Rajnish but tell us the name of the author of The Bhagavad Gita you would take with you as it would make a difference if it is not translated properly... maybe by an armature author