Star Light Reflections: Cygnus-Lyra

*Star Light Reflections* is the final Volume 5 of the *J&T Five Star Series*, beginning with Telepresence Conference 57 (12-20-2014) and concluding with TC 70 (10-11-2015).  It is dedicated to the unknown civilizations of the Cygnus-Lyra region of sky and their “ancient astronauts” who first came to Earth more than a million years ago … and were captivated by its potentials even though the Earth was in a far more primitive condition then than now–including the early Earthumans of that era whom they did not intermingle with to create a new hybrid race.  The book concludes with a conference on a starship where fruit drinks are served for the first time with attendance of many of the star family regulars, including Julie’s exo-father Lysinder and his wife and Ted’s “great sister” Lysah and her partner.  The double lives that J&T lead as hybrids on Earth while monitored and occasionally supervised by the their Pleiadian alter egos Rhi & Phindar is highlighted and rather touching (they are Their “children”) … and it is a celebration and fitting conclusion for these books, whose conferences are said to become noted historical documents of our era when ETs began their return to Earth … and a step deeper into a still vaster cosmos than cannot yet be fully imagined by Earthumans of our time (but they are helping us try …).  [updated 5-3-2024]

Book covers of *Star Light Reflections: Cygnus-Lyra* (available in Kindle e-book edition by clicking on image to go to Ted Denmark Amazon Author Page)

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